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ARomatice of Adventure
SYNOPSIS.
Chapter 1. At tho beginning of the
world war Capt, Athclstan King of
the British Indian army and of Its
Beeret service, is ordered to Delhi to
meet Yasmini,'a dancer, and go with
her to Khlnjan to quiet the outlaws
there who are said by spies to be pre
paring for a Jihand or holy war.
CHAPTER II. On his way to Dolhi
King quietly foils a plan to assassinate
him and gets evidence that Yasimlni
is after him.
Chapter III. In Delhi he Is met by far away from nie now s possible,
Itewa Gunga, Yasmini's man, who , supposing he's here."
tells him that she has already gone Reasoning along that line, he tried
North and that he, the Rangar, has to see the faces on the far side, but the
been left to escore King. I problem was to see over the dancers'
j hends. He succeeded presently, for
Chapter IV. In Yasmini's house the Orakjii Pathan saw what he wuut-
the Rangar attempts to outwit King, led, find In his anxiety to be agreeable,
but fails. Ismail, an Afridi belonging j reached forward to pull back a box
to Yasmini, Is given to King for a ser-j from between tha ranks In front. U
vant. ' r owners offered Instant fight, but niaile
. -, no further objection When they saw
Chapter V.-K.ng rescues some ot!w0 WQnte(, ,t am, why Kinjf V(m.
Yasmini's men and takes them North dcrpd t th(lp SU((1(n chnn(?e of mlml
with him, tricking the Hangar into, ne found a man soon who was not
going ahead of him. j interested in the dancing, but who had
... , . 1 eyes nnd ears apparently for every
Chapter Vl.-Rejoined by the "n-: thing and everybody else. lie watched
gar at the mouth of the Khyber pass, ,.,, foP ton miriIlfPS. unm nt at th.,if
King t nd pcrty start through the pass1
for Khln.'an.
i
Chapter Vll The Raurr deai-ULi
King and Ismail, witli throe others, n
the pass.
Chapter VIII King sends to his
brother at All Masjid foit. meets htm
ulono In ihe pass, and with his iid
.ransforms himself into a native ha-i
kim, or man of medicine.
Chapter IX.-Calling Ismail and the;
men back he at first puzzles and then
;stonlshes and delights them by hs
transformation. Ismail grows friend
'y and seenm appalled at the thought
that Yasmini may love King.
Chapter X.-In Khlnjan King is! striking a linger on the palm of his
taken into the mosiquo and Ismail and ! hand to check himself. -another
faliely witnessing for him! "P.ull-with-a-beiird !" he announced
that he has slain an Englishman, he i ot last, dropping back into place beside
Is admitted thru the mosquo wall Into
the celebrated caves.
Chapter XI Ite holds a clinic for
the cage's inhabitants, and hears of r.
lashkar by Bull-Witr a-Beard's men.
Chapter. ' XII Next night lumall
takes him to a vast cave through
which an underground river pours
"Earth's Drink" and finds gathered
there thousand:! of men, among whom
he has pointed out to his the mullah
Muhammad Anim, or Bulllla-i
Muhammad Anim, or Bull-Witha
Board.
Ismail seemed obsessed by the spirit
of hades let loose drawn by It, as by a
proved him not to have been altogether
without a plan. He got up, with his
eyes fixed on the dance, and thrust
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i in mm hiiii n nir wiitvr rn hiiii u ir'ii ir.
sal Pathans, elbowing savagely to right
and left to make room. And patience
proved scarce. The nearest man
reached for the ever-reudy Pathan
knife, but paused In the Instant that
his knife licked clear. From n swift
side glance nt King's face he changed
to a full stare, his scowl slowly giv
ing place to a grin as he recognized
him.
"Allah!" He drove the long blade
back again.
; "Well met, hakim I See the wound
heals finely!"
Baring his shoulder under the smelly
sheepskin coat, he lifted a bandage
gingerly to show the clean opening out
of which King had coaxed a bullet the
day before. It looked wholesome nnd
ready to heal. ..
"Nnme thy reward, hakim! We
. Orakznl Pathans forget no favors !"
(Now that bonst was a true one.)
King nodded more to himself than to
the other man. He needed, for In
stance, very much to know who was
planning a Jihad, and who "Bull-wlth-a-beard"
might be ; but It was not safe
to confide Jtist yet In n chanee-mnde no
qtmtntnn(. A very fitlrjicqtinlntiinee
KNOW WHY You Don't Weed
Glad
JaVF quo SnoK! "THERE.
fc lots or iuSTCNAKce
QUO LEATHER
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I torrlHtmtr
i nrnoeti-
with some phases of the East had
ritught him that ntimos such us Rull-wlth-H-beurd
are often utmost photo
Krnphlcnliy descriptive. He rose to hl
feet to look. Alrtrhd nuin cim talk, but
it takes trained ryes to gather informa
tion. The din had Increased, and It was
safe to stand up and stare, because alt
eyes were on the marines In the mid
dle. There were plenty besides him
self who stonjf to net a better view,
nnd lie had to dodge from side to side
to see between them.
"I'm not to doctor liW' men
There-
fore it's a fair guess that be and I are
to be kept apart. Therefore he'll be as
eyes met. Then he sat down and I
kicked the bos back to its owners. He
touched the Pnthan's brond shoulder.
i The man smiled nnd bent his turbnned
bead to listen.
"Opposite," said King, "nearly ex
actly opposite three rows from the
front, counting the front row as one
there sits a man with a black beard,
whose shoulders ure like a bull's. As
be sits he hangs his head between
them. Look! See! Tell me truly
w,,ilt his n,,me ,s!
I The Pathan got tin nnd strode for
ward to stand on the box, kicking aside j
the elbows that leaned on it and laugh- j
Ing when the owners cursed him. He j
stood on It and stared for live minutes, :
counting deliberately three times over,
King. "Muhammad Anim. The mullah
Muhammad Anim."
"An Afghan?" King asked,
"lie says he is an Afghan. P.ut'iin
!r.u he lies he Is from Ishtnmhoul
(Constantinople-)."
Itching to ask more questions, King
the hakim Kurruni Khan blinked
mildly behind his spectacles nnd looked
like one to whom a savage might safe
ly ease his mind.
"He bade me go to Sikuram where
my village Is nnd brlug him a hundred
men for his lashkar. He says he has
her special favor. Walt nnd watch, I
say!"
"Has he money?" asked King, appar
ently drawing a bow at u venture for
conversation's sake. But there Is an
! art in asking artless questions.
'Aye! The liur says the Germans
jenve U to him. He swears they will
tend mor Who are the Germans?
Who is u man who talks of a Jihad that
Is to be, thnt he should hnve gold coin
given him by unbelievers? I saw a
German once, tit Nuklno. He ate pig
meat and washed it down with wine.
Are such men sons of the Prohphet?
Wnlt nnd watch, say I!" .
"Money?" wild King. "And should
no more money come?"
This was courteous conversation and
received ns such many a long league
removed from curiosity.
"Who nm I to foretell a man's kis
met? I know what I know, and I think
what I think ! I know thee, hakim, for
a gentle fellow, who hurt me ulivost
not tit nil In the drawing of n bullet
nit of my flesh. What knowest thou
about me?"
"Thnt I will dress the wound for
thee ngaln !"
Artless statements are as useful In
their way as artless questions. Let
the guile lie deep, that Is nil.
"Nay, nay! For she said nay! Shall
I fall foul of her, for the sake of a new
bandnge?"
The temptutlon was terrific to ask
why she had given that order, but King
resisted It; nnd presently it occurred
to the Palhan thnt his own theories oh
the subject might be of Interest,
J'Shtwm use thee for, a reward," lie
to Worry About the War Prices?
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AOIUNG MATER. -
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Tow ujohi'T HAVE
VouR. VNirE, LET
salt. "! t shiiil win and keep her !
favor limy have liis hurts dressed and !
his belly dosed. Her enemies may rot."
"Hoes she calt the mullah Muhr-m-nind
Anim enemy?" King asked him.
"Nay, she never mentions him by
name."
CHAPTER XIII.
ClMMP
j n new man!" the mullah howled. "The
The dance went on for fifteetj min-1 other two were his witnesses! Ail
tires yet. but then finite unexpectedly , three swore that the first man came
nil the arena gtiai-.'.s together fired u ' from staying an unbeliever In the teeth
volley tit the roof, nnd the dance j of written law. They said he rnu from
stopped as If every dancer had been the law. So, us the custom Is, I let nil
hit. I'anting foaming nt the mouth, three enter !"
some of them Hie dancers ran to their I "Good!" said the crowd, "flood !"
sents nnd set the crowd surging again, j They might have been five thousand
leaving the arena empty of all but the ; judges, judging In equity, so grave they
guards.- : j were. Yet they licked their lips.
Now n man stood up near the edge! it jnter wor(j C(ime to ,ne finying
of the crowd whom King recognized;' they are linrs. So ngaln as the cus
nnd recognition brought no joy with It. torn Is I ordered them hound and
Tle mullah without hnlr or eyelashes,; held ! Does any spenk for them?"
who had admitted him and his party j "Speuk for them?" said the roof,
through the -mosque Into the caves, I There was silence. Then there was
strode out to the middle of the arena i n ruurmnr of astonishment. Over op-
nll alone, strutting and swaggering. He !
recalled the man's last words and drew
no consolation from them, either.
"Many have entered! Some went
oul n '""ereiit road r
Cold chills went down his back. All
at onre Ismail's manner became nnen-
cfturaging. He ceased to make n fussj
over the dancer and began to eye King ,
sldewise, until nt last he seemed un
able to contain the malice that would
well forth.
"At the gate there were only words!"
be whispered. "Here in this cavern,
men wait for proof !" ;
He licked his teeth suggestively, ns
a wfilf does when he contemplates a
"meal. Then, n an afterthought, ns
though ashamed, "I love thee! Thou
art a man after my own heart! But 1
nm her'nian! Wait and see!" .
The mullah In the arena, ,)iliukUig
with his lasliiess eyes, held both arms
up for silence in the attitude of a
Christian priest blessing a congrega-
tlon. The great cavern grew still, and
y the river could be heard suckini:
bungrijy between the smooth stone
banks.
"God Is great!" the mullah howled.;
The crowd thundered in echo to hiih;j
nnd then the vault took up the echoes, j
"Ami Muliiiiiitiiiiil is his prophet!";
howled the mullah. Instantly they an
swered him ngaln. "His prophet is:
bis prophet Is til.-, prophet!" said tlx
stalactites, in loud barks then in niur-:
mors then In awe-struck whispers. ;
That seemed to be all the religious
ritual Khlnjan remembered or could,
tolerate. Considering that the mullah.
too, must have killed his man in cold
blood before earning the right to be
there, pel haps it was enough too
much. There were men not far from
King who shuddered.
"There are strangers!" announced 1
the niulluh, ns n man might say, "I (
smell a rat!" Hut he did not look nt;
anybody in particular; he blinked nt !
the crowd. !
"Bring tbeml" he shouted, and King;
suppressed a shudderfor what proof j
had he of right to be there, beyond Is-1
AN
A Wretched-Looking Beluchi Was
Thrust Forward at a Run, With
Arms Lashed to His Sides.
mall's verbul corroboration of a lie?
Would Ismail lie for him again? he
wondered. And If so, would the lie be
any use?
Not far from where King sal there
whs an Immediate disturbance In the
crowd, and a wretched-looking Baluchi
wns thrust forward at a run, with arms
f j jn (wUiNVAiif-
lashed to his Rides nnd n pitiful look ! s,i,u,ionnl remedy. Is taken internally
of terror on bis face. Two more P.n- 11,1,1 lH' thni ,llf? 1,1(10,1 0,1 lllB Mtis
liicbls were hustled along after .him, j Hrf:ieeB of the Syatetn. One Hundred
protesting a little, but looking almost j Dollurs reward Is ofTerod for any case
ns hopeless. th.-kt Hall's Catarrh Medicine falls to
Once in thu arena, the guards took j '"'ire. Send for circulars and test!
charge of ull three of them nnd lined monials.
tbein tip faelnif Ihe mullah, clubl.'.iiir j Sold by nrugrild. Tw.
them with their rifle-butts to get quick -
I eP obedience, .The crowd began to be
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noisy again, but the mullah signed for
Klletipp.
"These are traitors !" he howled, nnd
bis voire was like n wolf's nt hunting
time. "Hear, and lie warned!"
The crowd grew very still, but King
saw that some men licked their lips,
as if they well knew what was coining.
"These three men came, and one was
posite to where King sat the mullah
stood up, who the I'atlian had said
was "Bull-wlth-a-beard" Muhammad
Anim.
"The men are mine!" he growled.
His voice was like a bear's at bay; It
was low, but it carried strangely. And
ns be spoke he swung his great head
between his shoulders, like a bear that
means to charge. "The proof they
brought has been stolen ! They had
good proof! I speak for them! The
men ure mine!"
The Pathan nndged King In the ribs
with an elbow like a club and tickled
his ear with hot breath.
"Pull-with-a-beard speaks truth !" he
grinned. "Truth and a lie together!
flood may It do him and them! They
die, they three Baluchls I"
"Proof!" howled the mullah who had
i no liulr or eyelashes.
"Proof! Shew us proof!" yelled the
crowd.
The Pathan next King leaned over to I
whisper to him again, but stiffened ir
the act. There was u great gasp the I
same instant, ns the whole crowd
caught its breath all together. The'
mullah in the middle froze Into tin-j
mobility. Uull-wltli-a-benrd stood
mumbling, swaying his great head from
side to side, no longer suggestive of a
bear about to charge, but of one who
hesitates.
The crowd was staring at the end of
the bridge. King stared, too, and
caught his own breath. For Yasininl
stood there, smiling on them nil as the
new moon smiles down on the Khyber!
She bad come among them like n spirit,
all unheralded.
So much more beautiful than the one
likeness King had seen of her that for
it second he doubted who she was, she
stood I here, human and warm and real,
who had begun to seem a myth, clad
... simu, sniv uauspareiir sum tnni
oume no ecrei ot s.vipilMKP snapeil
ness ami looking nearly light enough to;
blow away. Her feet and they were!
the most niarveloiisly molded things;
he bad ever seen were naked and :
played restlessly on the naked stone.;
Not one part of her was still for at
fraction of a second; yet the whole of-1
feet was of Insolently luzy ease.
Her eyes blazed brighter than the lit-;
lie jewels stitched to her gossamer
dress, and when a mnn once looked at
t hem he did not find it easy to look
away again. Even mullah Muhammad j
Anim seemed transfixed, like u great j
foolish animal.
(TO UK roNTINCKD.)
Prefer Irregular Lines.
The straight line Is an almmlna-;
tlon to tho Chinese. They endeavor I
to nvold It In their streets nn l build-
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lugs, and have banished It completely , and State of Illinois, at the County
where country field paths are con-j Court House, in Ottawa, in said conn
corned. They will always substitute ty, on Monday, the loth day of De
a curve wherever possible or they j comber, A. D. 1917, for the purpose of
will tort ere It with n zigzag. To the
Chinese mind the straight line Is sug
gestive of denth and (lemons.
There Is more Catarrh in this sec-1
tion of tho country than all other tils- j
eases put together, and for years It
was supposed to bo Incurable. Doc-!
tors prescribed local remedies, and !
by constantly falling to cute with In-;
'al tieatment, pronounced It Incur
able. Catarrh Is h local disease,
gieatly influenced by c onstltutloinl
conditions and thernforo requires con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
I Medicine, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a con-1
' Hall's Family Pills for ronstlpn
, tlon.
oro fcr its pajr By Frank Leet
NOTEi) SOtHTlST
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line over five, 10c per week addition
al. All advertisements In this col
umn must be ( i.ald in advance.. No
advertisement will he inserted in this
column for less than 25c.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE A young horse, driver
or for delivery wagon; also light
delivery wagon. Phone 4!).W.
FOR SALE Fine bungalow, eight
rooms and bath, rebuilt three years
ago, front porch 22x8, rear porch 9x9,
cellar under all. hot air furnace, three
rooms in cellar, cellar floor and walls
cemented, floor drains, electric lights,
gas for cooking, barn, cement walks
inside, hardwood floors., real fireplace.
John S. Stephen place, wV4 lots 1 and
2, Day's add., opposite town hall, lot
72x120. If you want a house, that is
want one, come in quick. It Is not
my business if Mr. Stevens wants to
sacrifice his property. You won't of
ten lind a snap like this. ,.T. B. Far
re.ll. College bldg., phone 648-W.
. ' i
FOR SALE We have several lots for
.sale that will average abonc one
acre of land; can i be had now for
f R00.00. Kasv navnlents; would be
especially desirable for poultry or mar
ket garden. Tel. 957-W.
J. 0. Harris & Son.
129 W. Main St.
LOST
LOST
,V KEEPSAKE Broken watch
chain and swivel seal. Marked
Annie." Reward for return to Mrs.
'Frank Sanders.
NOTICE TO PROVE CLAIMS.
James J. Conway, Attorney. !
Estate ol BRIDGET DOCGIIEUTY,
deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, administratrix of the estate
of Bridget Dougherty, late of the
county of La Salle and state of ini
tio!.:, deceased, will appear before the
Probate Court of said county, on tho
lirst Monday (being the
Till day) of
January, HH8, at the Probate Court
room, in Ottawa, in said county, when
and where all persons having claims
or' demands against said estate are
notified to attend and present the
same in writing for adjustment.'
Dated the ."th day of November, A.
I'. 1917.
ELIZABETH PELLOL'CIIOUD,
Administratrix,
FINAL SETTLEMENT.
George P. Hills, Attorney,
Estate or WILLIAM R. MAXWELL,
deceased.
Notice is hereby given to all per
rons interested in said estate, that
tiie undersigned, administrator of the
estate of said William it. Maxwell,
deceasnd, will appear before the Pro-
j bate Court of the County of La Salle j
rendering an account of his "proceed
ings in the administration of said es
tate for the final settlement, when
and where any and ull rev i :i Inter
ested n;ny appear and show i:" If
any there be, why such aocoi n'
should not be approved by the Court.
Dated at Ottawa, this 20th day of
Octcbe..', 1917.
CHARLES E. HOOK,
in, A A t I i i' 1 1" t rf
Tho Busy Gaza.
Li almost every particular the mod
ern Guza Is an Egyptian rather than
n Syrian town. If Is full of rich vege
tal hu, inul lis many glistening mina
rets show it(i against the dull green of
Innuiuornlil" olive trees, Gaza Is still
ns of old, a place of trade, of camels
and caravans, and Its bnzaars are loud
with traffic and filled with merchan
dise. TOR QUICK RESCLTS TRY THIS
"WANT" AIM, IN THE Kit ICE
TRADER JOURNAL,
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livery. Call in person, do not tel
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WANTED at Detention Honre, first
class housemaid. Call 781.
WANTED Woman for general work.
No washing. Apply at Ryburn Me
morial Hospital.
SALESMAN WANTED To represent
Engineer & Factory Supply House
!n this and surrounding territory. A
stationary engineer or one with en
gineering experience preferred; ref
erences. Barrett-Christie Co., Ii7 So.
Clinton St., Chicago.
WANTED A man for general work
about the place; one who can milk.
Apply Mrs. C. S. French ( 326 E. Pearl
street, phone 626 R.
WANTED Hood man for janitor and
caretaker; salary includes home.
Only replies giving age, exeiepencr
Only replies giving age. experience
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MEN WANTED Insiflo factory work
at VVedron. Good wages. Steady
work.' -Apply Wedron Silica Co. Ot
tawa office First and Chestnut streets
Tel. 787. .
WANTED Competent girl for general
housework. Call phone 4.6 X or
50n Pearl street.
MEN WANTED To work loading
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224-Y;:':
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Electricity and Drafting taught by
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I'oRlthms secured. Earn K00 daily
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13 E. Illinois, Chicago.
WANTED Old false teeth. Don't
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2007 S. Fifth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
MEN WANTED By Ottawa Washed
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Call at,' this olllce, or phone 118.
MEN -TO LEARN BARBER TRADE
Prepare for lighter work, better pay,
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Day orAvenlng. Nearly three years
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free. MOLLER BARBER COLLEGE,
lor, 3. Fifth Ave., Chicago.
PARCEL DELIVERY Parcels aro
promptly called for and delivered to
all p.irts of city. Prices 10c, Vc and
Phone 4SLW.
THE PRESBYTERIAN GUILD EX
CHANGE will open DeC. 1st at
Dwyer' furniture store. Anyone in
city wishing to enter articles can do
so. Articles valued under $10 will i)e
charged ".'enframe foe of Tic on he
dollar. Articles valued over $lo will
be entered free; if sold, 10$ of sale
price will he charged.
SHOj tSHOI' New stock men's, wom
en's and children's shoes, rubbers
of all kinds; quick sales, small profits.
Electric repair shop, new machines;
old shoes made new. S. Haddad. 108
East Main street.
PR. Hi A KELLY, OTTAWA. ILL.
1125 Columbus St. Thone 225-Y.
Silver fills 75c to 81. F'rrcl. crowns,
$5 Cold v rouns 85 to 88. Plates $1 to
8lo. ATI work guaranteed first claBS,
OiTlce hour t a. m. to 7 :!il p. m.
FOUND
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Owner may hnve same by calling at
this office and paying for this nd.
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PIANO TUNING
H. GULBRANSEN
Residence, Corner State and Van
Buren Streets
OTTAWA, ILLINOIS
Phone, 231-Y
PROF. JOSEPH A. REAROON,
Pianist and Teacher.
Studio. 123 Colwcll Apartments, opp
Kite Washington park. Phone 884-L.
M. N. ARMSTRONGS "
Attorney at law, 210 211 Molonej
Bldg., Ottawa, Illinois. Telephones:
Office. 375-W. Residence, 312-Y.
L. W. BREWER,
Attorney and counsellor at law and
solicitor in chancerr. Will practice
law in the several courts and la
the federal courts. Special atten
tion given to all real estate met
of La Salle and adjoining counties.
Including drainage questions.
B. F. LINCOLN,
Attorney at law, office. La Salle 8U
west of court bouse.
DR. W. 8. BLUE,
Specialist eye, ear, nose and throat
Third floor Central Life Building
Phones: Office 1019-W. Res., Main 4J
M'OO'JGALL A CHAPMAN.
Attorneys at law. National Bank Bldg.
Ottawa, 111.
W. H. JAMIESON, 8. B., M. O.,
Physician and Surgeon: 'phone office,
322-W., residence, Main ,643. Ot
flee in Armory block. Profesiloaal
calls in city or country. will receive
faithful attention. Ottawallt
1, ' ! ' . ' "V.-
JAMES j. conwv;
Attorney and counselor at la, office.
rooms 408 and 407 Molone Bide,
Ottawa, Illinois.
WILLIAM I. HI8BS,
Attorney at law, office west of conn
house. 'Phone, Main 181.
LADIES, READ THI8:
Magnetic Healer treatments given by
one of your own sex (or those tired
out nerves. Headache, Rheumatism
and all nervous troubles. Prices
reasonable. ELLA WESTCOTT, 821
. La Salle street, after 2 : o'clock
'phone, 656-K., Ottawa, Illinois.
T. W. BURROWS, M. D
Physician and Surgeon, office, at resi
dence, 810 Columbus street Office
hours, 1 to 8 p. ro,
DOCTOR CARTER.
Osteopathic physician, 402 3-4 Molon
ey Bldg., Ottawa, III. 'Phone: Of
fice, 383-R ; residence, 367-K.
DR. J. J. MORIARTY,
Osteopathic Physician. Hours: to
12 a. m.; 2 to 5 p. m.r 7 to 8 p. m.
'Phones, office, Main 215-R.; resi
dence. 882-X. Moloney Bldg., Otta
wa, Illinois.
CHICAGO, OTTAWA & PEORIA
(Effective Sept. 9. 1917.)
OTTAWA, ILL
Eastbound.
Eastbound cars leave Ottawa sta
tion for Marseilles, Seneca, M arris,
Minooka, Rockdale and Joljiett 111. In
A. M.-.-.:4.1, 6:10a. 7:50, 9:50, -'11:50.
P. M. 1:50, 3:50, 4:50b, 5:50, 9:00.
11:00.
Cars arrive from the west at 1:00
a. m., 8:45 a. m., 12:50 p. m., 6:60 p.
m.. 11:35 p. m.
Westbound.
Westbound cars leave Ottawa sta
tion for Chautauqua Park, Starved
Rock, Utica, La Salle, Peru, Spring
Valley, Ladd, De Pue, Bureau, Prince
ton, In
A. M. 5:10d, 5:50c. 6:50d, 8:30c,
9:50c, I0:50d, 11:50c.
P. M. 1 :50c, 3:50c, 4;50d. 5:5()c.
7:50c, 9:50e, ll:00f.
Cars arrive from east at 6:50g p.
m., 12:42 a. m.
Southbound.
Southbound cars leave Ottawa sta
tion for MoKiuley Park, Grand Rldge
and S'reator, In
A. M. 5:50, 6:5oh, 7:50, 9:50, 11:50.
P. M. 1:50,' 3:50, 5:50, 9:00, 11:35.
a Marseilles and Intermediate points.
b Marseilles, Morris, Seneca and In
termediate points.
o Princeton and Intermediate points
d Ladd and Intermediate points.
e Princeton Ladd and intermediate
points.
f La Salle and Intermediate points,
g Sundays and holidays only,
h Dally except Sunday.
ALWAYS BUY TICKETS AND SAVE
MONEY.
Fares to Chicago, 111., v Jolier, I !.,
and Chicago & Joliet Electric Rail
way. WEEK END EXCURSION
Every Saturday and Sunday and
also on National Holidays,
rn round trip. Tickets limited
OliOU until Monday. 12:10 noon,
following date of sale for return trip.
EVERY DAY FAKES,
f I V round trip. 81 00 one way. ,'Re-
Wut n trip limited to ten days.
WEL1.8 FRQO EXPRESS TO ALL
POINTS.
Phone 'stuu tor lull luforualloA
RAILWAY

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