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MONDAY, JULY 16, 191?.
OITAWA
3 TTt ADETt-.TOUHN ATI
PAGE MVf
Professional Cards
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS
It would be hard for Mother to Ueep all that In
feca' lVVHAT t0 NOW MUAN tfV
I I . - i.lc I . -- , a k. .. r- . . I ji 1" T ' I '"V ' 1 J V- .V r . T v A il nil t I I S . W I I ' . "V VJJN. I
THEY MAK
Civilization Follows In Wake of
United States Marines.
CALMED WEST INDIAN ISLAND
Haiti and Santo Domingo, Turbi'icnt
Neighbors, Brought to Reason by
"Soldiera of the Sea" Big Work Dons
; That Is Known Too Little Deurves
. Praise of Nation.
By Q t ' A UT I'. R M A ST K H SERGEANT C.
B. I'KOCTUIt, L'. S. M.irlne Coi;3.
rrcfl9tlisjatrlu's of tho iro!--eiit (l.i.v itc
tlvltics of military men have :i tciMicm',v
to sot thoin f th more lis ioKtriiuiui!
of deslructi'jH tlian ns rfeoiistnu'ttir.-f
and ellli ieut Kimrilinns uf peace. T!i.
i-noto Dy u. 8. Marine Corps Publicity
liu.cau. "
MABISES IX ACTION I.N SANTO DOMINGO.
Tn!, ,d St"?a t ir-lm's brxo hvvn great
I aet rs in t!ii;:a ;if pei-jc !
pea . mi!- n;i Cx c . if
Ual mil ( .-. e
wom out by yeurg of iiutiuu: sn..c.
These ndvntiee atjeiils of Ar.iorl nn i lv.
llizatiim nr.iited pence so bntlly that
- they were wllllns to tipht for it.'
"The liiniines have literally taivrht
the Haitians how to live decently,"
aid the Klht Ilev. Charles l'.layney
C'olnmre. I is hop of 1'oito Kleo and
Haiti, during a ret'ent visit to tho
United States. "Before their et'l'.iiir;
piinitatiou save in the erudesf and
most nnsfitlsfacturv forms wan un
known, fevers and epidemic s wore n
plentiful its revolutions, n pres .toiii;
was In vogue and the country was t!h
victim of continuous upi iriuvs cngl
neereil Ly political si'oundrel each of
whom ravaged the customs money
drawer ns each In turn c;i:.:'.. Into eliort
lived power.
"The entry of the United States ma
rines ended, this sorry story. With the
wonderful facility and adaptability for
which the murines are noteil these ad
vance agents of American civilization
bo changed Haiti that after they h '
ho'.-n there four months when I itir.de
my annual visitation to tUe 1iund I
I'lioto by L'. S. Marina turps Publicity
Uureuu.
UAniN-ic conrs fikld autiu.eiiy in ac
tion NEAR POitT AU I'BINCK, HAITI.
hnrdly knew It to be (ho same spot. It
had been Improved beyond my wildest
hopes. Sanitary ti.vsletus had been In
stalled, the towns had been cleaned
up, former idlers and revolutionists
were working happily for living wages,
and a now spirit was animating the
people. , '
: "I want the American people to real,
izo what a big work Is being done. It
Isn't a pleasant task to teach a people
how-to 'govern straight,' nml the ma
rine, officers and men realize this and
yet go at it with stout hcatts and high
.courage. They laugh nt the hardships
ui me. u is tneir utity, nnu tueir
motto Is 'Semper Fldells.' "
SUBSCIUBE NOW FOR THE FREE
TRADER-JOURNAL.
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TABLES OF DIGESTIBLE NUTRI
ENTS AND ENERGY VALUES
Compiled From Henry & Morrison,
1915 Edition, Massachusetts 1911
Annual Report, Pennsylvania
Bulletin 114.
fXatimm! Cmp Imiinircment Srrvit'e.J
d Arnisliy Corrections,
k Kellner.
Digestible Total
I'ro- Kutri- Therms
Kind of Peed
Corn Meal (dry) .
Corn & Cob Meal
Hominy Meal. . . .
Gluten Food. . . .
fein ment Energy
(.! 83.8 (17G.6,
C.l
6.3
21.6
78.1
83.
d65.2!
(187. C!
80.7 (k68.2i
( 73.
Gluten Meal.,
31.
80.
73.1
80.1
79.2
78.2
69.3
60.9
67.
70.4
79.4
74.9:
Corn Kran 5.8
Wheat 0.2
Keil Dor Flour. . 14.8
Flour Mid 15.7
Standard Mid... 13.4
Wheat 13 ran 12.5
Wheat Mix. Feed 12.9
Oats 9.7
Barley 9.
62.6
77.6
67.6 1
d52.5j
60.2,
(k72.0
( 80.7!
4C.3
CO. I
75.9 !
73.7
13. j
78.9
Malt Sprouts 0.3 70. C
Growers' Grains. al8. 7 C3.6
Buckwheat 8.1 63.4
Buckwheat Mid.. 24.6 76.6
Cottonseed Meal. 33.9 75.6
Cottonseed Hulls .3 37.
Lin.-eed Oil Meal 30.2 77.9
Beet Pulp dried 4.6 71.6
Corn Dist. Grains 16.2 67.6
Rye 9.9 81.
Rye Dist. Grains. 8.4 48. 1
CO UN FODDER
Fod., mod. dry. 3.1 53.7
60.
57.5
43.2
d30 3
24
O f
i J il
24 18
dU 9
(130 4
"il39 93
40 C
Fodder, wet., . .
Stover, nicd. dry
Stover, wet. . . .
2.2
2.1
39.9
46.1
33.9
. 1.4
HAYS
. 3.
, 10.6
. 7.6
Timothy Hay.
Alfalfa .....
Red Clover..
48.5
51.6
5.9
Clov.& Tim.,Mxd. 4. 4 0. 2
GRKE.V GRASSES
Alfalfa 3. 14.6 12.43
Red Clover.... 2.7 17.1 16.17
Mixed Hay .... 2.2 17.7
Timothy 1.5 22.2 19.08
ROOTS AND SILAGE
Sugar Beet .... 1.2 14. h 16.
Potatoes 1.1 17.1 18.03
Rutabaga 1. 9.4 8.
Mangels 8 7.4 4. -32
Silage 1.1 17.7 1G.36
STRAW SHOULD EE SPREAD.
in!iu!i:il Crop Iinprorrmptil Scrvlci.
The feeding value of straw being j
comparatively low, and the fertilizing j
value being hl;h, all straw should be!
spread upon the fields and not burned
or wasted. The use of straw to pre
vent wln'j r-killlng of wheat Is now
well established.
THE DAIRY RATION
Feeding Tables Hard to Follow on
Account of Variation of
Ingredients.
National Crop ImpruvnnHiit SiTvi"c
For many years feeders have en
deavored to use so-called standard
tables showing the theoretical num
ber of pounds each of so-called di
gestible protein, fats and carbohy
drates. . These methods are fatally
defective for the following reasons:
First, the tables call for so much
digestible food. If there was such a
thing as digestible food It might fur
nish a basis to go by, but digestible
food Is really apparently digestible
food, In that It disappears In the body.
Just what use Is made of it Is not al
ways clear. Some of it turns Into gas,
pome 13 converted Into heat, and much
of it Is used in the labor of digesting
and handling the food. In the case
of straw and similar material, nearly
all of its energy is used up in the
labor of digesting it, leaving little or
no net gain. Straw should be re
turned to the soil. Take two samples
of dried barley grains, each contain
ing the same amount of digestible
food, and one will give twenty moiv
therms or heat units than the other.
One hundred pounds of digestible
food derived from roughage la about
equal to eighty pounds derived from
grain, so if we add together things
which are unlike, we get no tangible
results. It Is like adding so many
pounds to so many gallons. So, the
digestible basis of figuring rations Is
very inaccurate. The correct way is,
first, to ascertain how much protein
and energy a cow needs to sustain
life and keep weight. You can get
this from your experiment station,
and ascertain how much is necessary
to make one pound of milk of a cer
tain fat test, and then feed her ns
much protein and energy ns Is needed
to maintain her and supply food for
as many pounds of milk as she can
make.
This is a very difficult problem
and few can do it, and we challenge
any two men to tackle the same prob
leni under, the. Bamo conditions ant
arrive at the satno result.
Wo cr.nnot tell unless we try to fin (
out. that a cow will not give mcrt
riTik on rore feed, or maybe as mucl
milk on less feed. So feeding is largo
ly experimental, as no two cows art
alike.
However, the law of averages will
hold, f.nd the feeder can save all this
trouble .end much loss by feeding a
ration which his experiment r.tatlon
lias in most cases made, say three to
four pounds cf milk for each pound
of mixed feed.
Then Is one thing certain. The
moo solids and fat In the milk, the
more feed needed pfr pound of miik.
So, a good mixed feed which In prop
erly combined and ill the roughago
she will eat will greatly simplify your
feeding problem and a very littlo pv
perlmenting will soon show you how
much concentrates each cow needs to
produce a maximum yield.
THE AVERAGE REFORMED.
National Crup Imiinivi-iiu'iit Sor.ii',-.
The average reformer having so
little at stake himself, plunges about
like a bull in a china shop, regard
less of the results of his ardor.
An amusing incident is told of the
Secretary of Commerce. The can
manufacturers put up a howl that
unless they could get tlu-plate to
make up, no canning of fruits end
vegetables could bo done, eo without
looking over the field it Is said that
an order was made that steel was to
be diverted by the manufacturers
from other projects and put at the
disposal of the can manufacturers.
It looked all right on the face of It,
but when t ho manufacturers of liar
vesting machinery demanded steel
which they contracted fur, and found
that thcTe was not K'eel for aprons,
it having been diverted to cans, a
hurry-up call modifying the order
was issued, so that our harvesting
machines could be made in time for
the growing crop.
This illustrates how many plans
oro ignorantly made robbing Peter
to pay Paul. Every enthusiast
who has a pet reform which ia
always hitting some other business
instead of his own, never looks
around to see what the effect will be
before ho plunges. The manufac
I
turers of feed and the most success
ful feeders in the country have a
right to demand that that delicate
machine the dairy cow shall not
be wrecked by hasty legislation.
Revolutionary reforms are seldom
efficacious. Anything which disturbs
the food equilibrium should be
hrnrilod gradually. Experience has
ehown that the most efficient way to
handle cereal products Is to remove
the human food first and feed the
residue to stock. Any other system
Is sheer extravagance.
Unfortunately, as the majority have
discovered In every age, the tree o;'
fame is tin inconveniently tall tree; tho
trunk of it w abominably smooth, too,
affording very little fool hold to the
climber.
THE NEWEST
DISCOVERY IN CHEMISTRY
This is a recent discovery of Doctor
Tierce, who is head of the Invalids'
Hotel nr.d Surgical Institute nt Buffalo,
N. Y. Experiments nt Doctor Pierce's
Hospital for several years proved that
there is no other eliminator of uric acid
that can be compared to it. For those
easily recognized symptoms of inflam
mationas backache, scalding urino
and frequent urination, as well as sedi
ment in the urine, or if uric acid in tho
blood Las caused rheumatism, it is
simply wonderful how surely "Anuric"
nets. The best of results are always
obtained in cases of ncute rheumatism
in the joints, in prnvel and gout, and
invariably the painB and stiffness which
so frequently and persistently accom
pany the disease rapidly disappear.
Go to your nearest drug store and
simply ask for a 50-ceht package o
"Anuric," manufactured by Dr. 1'iorco,
or send W cents to Dr. Tierce for a
large trial package. If you Btispect
kidney or bladder trouble, send him a
sample of your water and describe
symptoms. Doctor Tierce's chemist
will examine it, then Dr. Tierce will
report to you, without fotir charge.
Note : French scientrits affirm that
"Anuric" is thirty-sewn times more
active than lithia in eliminating urio
acid, and is a hairless but reliable
chomical compound that may ho safely
given to children, but should be used
only by crown-tips who actually wish to
restore their kidneys to perfect health,
by conscientiously using ono box or
more in extreme cases as "Anuria"
( thanks to Doctor Tierce's achievement)
is bv far the most perfect kiduey and
gladder corrector obtainable.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets are tho original
little Liver Tills. One little Tellot for
laxative three fur a cathartic.
LOCAL LEADERSHIP
Somebody Vu-t Trke te Initiative
Ar- You Willing to Ccrvc?
IN.ltlonal Crop Innriivament Sf,rlco.l
Many apricultural plans are like a
ky rocket. T':ey make a ftiKS pcing
up and blow up a few Ftars and
deseed like the stick. The reason of
this is because few non ran m-ike a
eortinucd effort.'' They will get up a
little scheme but at the fir.t discour
ngement, the'r energy wares and
there is nothing to show for their ac
tivity. Yet R carnet be said thp.t this sort
of erergv is wasted. Like the over
lapping waves of a tide, public op'n
!on is being formed. Thincs which
were Ignored when crop Improvement
began Its propaonda, are now adopt
ed as a matter of course.
Loral leaeVrxhip is the weakest
spot in this work. Somebody must
tnlte the initiative but it I not neces
sary that one man should undertake
the whole .thln'r. In every community
there are banker?, commercial clubs,
farmers clubs, granges, institutes, mill
ers, grain dealers and public lead
ers of various kinds who ran units
their efforts on a few specific thirds
and after successfully tneklins: on
problem be strengthened to tackle
others.
Notice to Bidders.
Bids will be received by the under
signed until Friday, July 20, 1917, at
9 o'clock a. m.. for excavating and
back filling trench for water mains as
per specifications on file In city office.
V.'. W. CURTIS,
City Clerk.
Alkali Makes Soap
Bad For Washing Hair
J Most soaps and prepared shampoos
t contain too much alkali, which is very
; injurious, as it dries the scalp and makes
: the hair brittle.
: The best thing to tise is Just plain mul
; lined cocoanut oil, for this is pure and
entirely greaseless. It's very cheap, and
Heats me most expensive soaps or any
, thing else ail to pieces. You can get
! this at any drug store, and a few ounces
iwill last the whole family for months.
Simply moisten the hair with water
i and rub it in, about a tcaspoonful is all
that is required. It makes an abundance
of rich, creamy lather, cleanses thor
cughly, and rinses out easily. The hair
dries quickly and evenly, and is soft,
: fresh looking, bright, fluffy, wavy and
: easy to handle. Besides, it loosens and
takes out every particle of dust, dirt and
uwiui ua,
State of Ol!o, City of folejo, Lucas
County, ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business In the
City of Toledo, Couty aud State afore
said, and that said firm will pay the
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for each and fjvery case of Cattarh
that cannot be cured by the use of
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this Clh day of De
cember, A. I). 1SS8.
! A. W. fi LEA SON.
(Seal.) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally, and acts directly on the hlond
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY Sr CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 7."c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
pation. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed bids will be received for tho
ron-itruction of tho improvement of
parts of Cornell street pavement, etc.,
or the City of Ottawa, by the Bourd
of Local Improvements of the City of
Ottawa, until the 2t:th day or July,
A. I). 1917. tit the hour of 10 o'clock
h. in., at the city ofllees in fho Cen
tral Life building, In said City of Ot
tawa, Illinois, at which time pud
place said bids will be publically
opened.
It Is 'estimated that there wilt be
about the following amounts of work
to bo done und materials to be fur
nished: ,'iSl cu. yds. of excavation,
960 lin. ft. ('(unbilled concrete curb
and gutter, 12a cu. yds. conerolc foun
dation, 78 cu. yds. or nand, 1,102 m,
yds. of brick pavement, grout, filler
for 1,162 q. yds. of brick pavement,
1 ton or asphalt.
Said Improvement tihall be. con
structed and tuivdo In nccordatire with
jihe ordinance providing for tho same
' ,,,,t 11,.. ,...,-,,. i.lnlu ,.1..... .....1 ..t
dim lilt- HUlJ'n. j'lukn, jiiaiip nnu njiei e
fleatlon.i for :he same on file In the
olllie ol' the Public Engineer of said
board.
Proposal!! must bo maOe on blntik.",
furnished by tald board and in cum-
IT TVjfcJHFN
VVHV DON'T
bOKfh yOKj
IN' W " lilBN T 1JJ
lassified Advertising j
C
Advertisements will be inserted in
this column not exceeding live lines,
three times, 2.e; one week r.iie. Each
line over live, luc per week addition
al. All advertisements in ''this col
umn UiUot be paid in adance.. No
advertisement will be inserted in this
column for less than 2"e.
For Rent
ROOMS FOR RENT Inquire at C23
Illinois avenue.
FOR RUNT Garage storeage, at 907
Walnut street. Apply to Joseph
Metr.ger or 'phono 434-R.
FOR RENT A modern 7-room apart
ment entirely refinhdied and redec
orated thruout. Will rent unfurni:'h
or four months to party with no
.small children. Apply to Walter 15.
Palmer.
FOR RENT A six room house. Mod
ern conveniences, Thono M. N. Arm
strong, Moloney Bldg.
For Sale
POR SALE-Rythmotlick Mu:;ic Rolls,
song rolls, patriotic, popular, bril
liant light classics and opera selec
tions. Tho rolls that cannot sound
mechanical, but are sweeter than the
human touch. Come and hear thorn at
j Smith's Music Co., S23 La Salle St..,
'next to Gayety.
FOR SALE A good driving team. G.
A. Meckinstock. Phone C5S-K.
FOR SALE $1800 Staver Auto, 40 h.
p., tires 11 x37, about one-third
worn. The car Is In good shape, and
can bo run without any repairing.
Terms to suit the buyer. Geo. W.
i Reed & Co., Ottawa.
FOR SALE Second-handed S-1G Mo
sul tractor. Has been used about
one year by nn experienced man. We
have overhauled the engine and Is now
i In good shape. We traded it in on a
1 10-20 Mogul. Terms to suit buyer.
Geo. W. Reed & Co., Ottawa.
FOIL SALE A good garage and .hc
local agency for three medium
priced makes of automobiles, at a bar
ialn. Located in a good livery town
in La Salle Co., 111. For further par
ticulars call on or address Win. Jam
ison, 720 La Salle St., Ottawa, 111.
FOR SALE A small building, suitable
for a chicken coop. Size about 6 by
10 feet. Call 294-X.
FOR SALEA bargem eight room
eotiato with improvements; 2 largo
lots. Price. $2,000 if sold at once.
Inquire 910 Douglas street, or phone
398-X.
FOR SALE OR RENT A strictly
modern eight-room house on Illinois
avenue. Also three furnished rooms,
well located. For further particulars
call on or address Wm. Jamison, 720
La Salle street, Ottawa, III.
Wanted
WANTED Whit- liihnrors for foun
dry work; $2.(10 per day. Can earn
$3.i( to ?3.n per day piece work.
Sternly work for steely men. No
transportation furnished. Apply Mis
souri Malleable Iron Co., East St.
Louis, 111,
pllaneo with the instructions there
to atlaclHd, wliith can lie bad on np
ldi'atio'i to the Public M : l-,eer, and
riu,"' bo accompanied by ca: : or by
a cheek payable to the order o.' the
President or said Board of Local Ln
pavements in his omcl.il . apnclty,
certified by a responsible b:mk for
an amount of not less than ten per
cent (1i 'f) of the aggregate of tiio
proposal.
The contractor shall be paid in
bonds, bearing the rale of live per
cent (r,) per milium.
No bid will he received unless the
party oflerhig It. shall furnish evi
dence satisfactory to the Board of
Local Improvements that he has the
lietessary facilities, ability and pecu
niary resources to fulfill the condi
tions of the contract and execute the
work, should the contract be awarded
to llilll.
Bidders will examine the ordinances
maps, pluls, plans and specifications
and also the locality In which said
work Is to be done and judge for
-IVfi HIjUNU
"0i vVAt I r
BKIMS IT
WANTED An experienced chamber
maid at Starved Rock hotel.
WANTED An experienced kitchen
helper at Starved Rock Hotel.
WANTED An experienced
at Strrved Reck hotel.
waiti ess
WANTED An elevator boy at the
Moloney building. Call at the oilice
of building.
WANTED Girls for waitresses; good
wages. Apply at the Colonial Choco
late Shop.
WANTED l(l-. for general factory
work, all departments. J. E. Pcr
ter Co.
OLD FALSE TEETH WANTED
Don't matter if broken. I pay ?2
to f 13 per full set. Single and partial
plates In proportion. Send by par
cel post and recelvo check by return
mail. L. Mazer, 2007 S. 5th St.
Philadelphia, Pa.
MEN WANTED-For both inside and
outside work. Steady work and
good pay. Apply in person at the
Chicago Retort and Fire Brick Co..
MEN TO LEARN BARBER TRADE
Prepare for lighter work, better pay,
more jobs. Few weeks' completes,
l);iy or evening. Nearly three years
.saved. See how. Catalogue mailed
free. MOl.LER BARBER COLLEGE.
105 3. Fifth Ave., Chicago.
HELP WANTED at Starved Rock
refreshment parlor. I cook to work
steady, I cook to work extra, I soda
fountain man to work extra. I soda
dispenser to work extra. Call Utlca
1123 R. or apply in person to W. E.
Grosier at Starvod Rock State Park.
Miscellaneous
BEST EQUIPPED FISHING CLUB in
heart of Luke Region Northern Wis
consin will take few new members,
business and professional men. Club
Lodge open year round. Adjacent
Flambeau Reservation. Full particu
lars, address Grant, GS West Wash
ington St., Chicago.
WILL MAKE SILK SKIRTS from $3
to $5; satisfaclion guaranteed. M.
Morris, 221 W. Main street, phono
1004-X.
SEND YOUR lace, scrim and muslin
curtains to bo laundered early.
Washed by hand, dried in the open
air. All goola handled carefully.
Lace curtains, full length and width
M cents per pair; narrow and short,
4u cents per pair. Muslin and scrim
curtains, 33 cents iter pair. Fancy
and handwork, a specialty. Work
guaranteed. Call IKJS-Y. for particul
ars. FOR SECRET SERVICE WORK, and
collecting evidence, call phone 383-L
or address Box 79. Ottawa, 111.
PIANO AND PLAYER PIANO Tuning
and repairing. All work guaranteed.
August Jeliiy, tOl Norris street.
Phone 804-'.
PR. E. A. KELLY, OTTAWA, ILL.
1125 Columbus St. Phone 225-Y.
Silver fills 7,1c to $1. Pore!, crowns,
$fi Gold crowns $3 to $8. Plates $ to
$10. All work guaranteed first class.
Office hours 8 a. m. to 7:30 p. m.
'''(H'.ND Automobile license No.
-S'Jt'lS. Owner can have same by
calling at this ohVc and paying for
this ad.
themselves nil of the conditions arid
circumstances affecting tho cost and
nature of the work.
The Board of Local Improvements
reserves the right to reject any and
all bids, us authorized by law.
Dated at. Ottawa, Illinois, this 9th
day of July, 1017.
E. F. BRADFORD,
Mayor und President of the Board of
Local Improvements.
W. W. CURTIS,
City Clerk, j
GEORGE L. FA RNS WORTH,
Public Engineer und Secretary of the
Board of Local Improvements.
M. N. ARMSTRONG, '
Attorney at law, 210-211 Moloney
Bldg., Ottawa, llltnots. Tekplionat:
ORlce, 375-W. Resldenca, 312-Y.
L.W. BREWER, !
Attornry and counxellor at taw and
solicitor In chancery. Will prattle
law in the several courti and In
tbo federal courti. Special atten
tion given to all real estate cases
of La Salle and adjoining counties.
Including drainage questions.
B. F. LINCOLN,
Attorney at law, cilice. La Salle 8L,
west of court house.
DR. W. 8. BLUE,
Sphcip list eye, ear, nose and throat.
Third floor Central Life Building.
'Phones: Office 1010-W. Res., Malm Mi
M'DOUGALL & CHAPMAN,
Attorneys at law, National Bank Bldj
Ottawa, 111.
W. H. JAMIESON, 8. B., M. D
Physician and Surgeon: 'phone office,
322-W., residence, Main C43. Of.
flee In Armory block. Professional
calls in city or country will receive
faithful attention. Ottawa, III.
JAMES J. CONWAY,
Attorney and counselor at law, office,
rooms 408 and 407 Molone Bids,
Ottawa, Illinois.
WILLIAM I. HIBB3,
Attorney at law. office wosl of court
house. "Phone, Main 161.
LADIES, REAP THIS:
MaRnetic Healer treatments given by
one of your own Bex for these tired
out nerves. Headache, Rheumatism
and all nervous troubles. Prices
reascnable. ELLA WESTCOTT, 821
La f-alle street, after 3 o'clock
'phone. 556-K., Ottawa, Illinois. ,
T. W. BURROWS, M. IV
Physician and Surgeon, office, al resl
dem o, 810 Columbus street. Office
houra, 1 to 3 p. m.
DOCTOR CARTER.
Osteopathic physician, 402 &4 Molon
ey Bldg., Ottawa, III. 'Phone: Of
fice, 3S5-R.; residence, 367-K.
DR. J. J. MORIARTY,
Osteopathic Physician. Hours: i to
12 a. m.; 2 to 5 p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m.
'Phones, office, Main 215-R.; resi
dence, 8S2-X. Moloney Bldg., Otta
wa, Illinois.
CHICAGO, OTTAWA & PEORIA
RAILWAY
3
(Effective May 27, 1917.) ;
EASTBOUND.
East bound cars for Marseilles, Sen
eca, Morris, Minooka, Rockdale, Jo
liet, 111., leave Ottawa station ln
A. M. 5:45, 6:50, 7:50, 8:50, 0:50,
10:5o, 11:50.
P. M. 12:50, 1:50, 2:50, 3:50, 4:60,
6:05, 6:50, 7:50, 9:50, all: 00.
Sundays and holidays only,
a Morris.
WESTBOUND.
Westbound cars for Starved Rock
Utlca. La Salle, Peru, Spring Valley
Ladd, DePue, Bureau and Princeton
leave Ottawa station in
A. M. b5:20, c5:50, b6:50, c8:05
bS:50, da :.-)(), el0:35.
P. M.-dl2:05, el2:50, dl:50, b2:50,
c3:50, b4:5l), c5:5(), b6:50, c7:50,
bS:50, d9:50, HI: 00.
b Ladd and intermediate points.
c Princeton and intermediate
points.
d Princeton-Ladd and Intermediate
points.
e Do Pue, ; Ladd and intermediate
points. "
f La Salle and intermediate points.
SOUTHBOUND.
Southbound cats for McKlnlcy
Park, Grand Ridge and Strcator, lit,,
leave Ottawa station In
A. M. 5:50, 6:50, 8:50, 10:50.
P. M. 12:50, ' 1 : 50, 2:50, 3:50, 4:50,
5:50, 6:50, 7:30, 8:50, 9:50, 11:35.
Sunday and holidays only.
Always buy tickets and save money.
FARES TO CHICAGO, ILL
$1.50 Week-End Excursions
every Saturday and Sunday, also on
Decoration Day, Fourth of July and
Labor Day- t l.GO.
Every Day Fares.
Round Trip ( .75. One Way $1.00.
Round trip .iekets limited to ton
days via Joliet, 111., Chicago & Joilet
Electric Ry.
QUICK DELIVERY ON FREIGHT
Low Rstef.
WELLS FARGO E"UtS,

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