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SATURDAY, MAY 11. 1I8.
OTTAWA FJREH TftAUKR-JOURNAL."" AE 'iVO 00 YOU KNOW WHY You Sometimes firi.Ynr Overceat fd of "Build Holes" Wta Winter tas? D:m to iteiwrDf Frank Lest WUWVY TAKE CAKE ' V V flg af fX ,a f-''t , ge-J 5TT THE STAR. "Marsf Rate. Marse Rufe"! Whar yob ten?" Auut Nancy peered out of (he ialtchen door. 'Diggln': Wal. ef dat toy ain't de terribolle.Ht yntuiitf un fr diggln!.. Douii't yea ee der groan dere 1 damp an' de Uiup is er soakju' u-u dose nice lil shoes an' sawkinj? Come in dis mlonlt an' Jet Nancy change yer rtoes an' nawkins." "put. oh. Aunt Nancy! I m'ght le near It." pleaded the sweet young tre ble. "And .tomorrow U Christmas" "Chile, chile!' exclaimed Nancy. littinK her great black hands; "Koteli me tellln' yoh storic agin." Nancy pulled oft the khoc s and Blocking and, taking tbe boy on her knee, he rub ied bis feet and toes until ihey glowed ro?y red; then slie culled to Dinah to fetch dry boots and hose. "Wilt. Aunt Nancy," remonstrated little Raphael, poking out his red up per lip and wrinkling the white brow iu perpltxiiy, "you said ih.it if a pood child would dig in i tie dark of the moon, he would lind the wonderful nor dust. And if he scat tered iho star dust over the earth there would never be cold or darkness iu this world. Anil tomorrow ticing Christmas, wouldn't it be line for till ihe poor childien who mi. for from cold and have only tallow candles lo burn?" Nancy put the hoy down and her ample bosom heaved with a big ih She was at' a loss to know what to jay to him. "Go lone, Marse Rate. Who's hen atellin' yoli 'bout pore lil chillun?" "Oh, I've beard about tbun' often. I've lieen mighty good, and 1 could find ihe 8i.Hr dust if 1 dug Ions enoimh." "Maybe I'll lei yoh, b'ym by." "(Sure, sure'."' "Shoali, shoah." Raphael ran away to' his mo'lvr, who was encased in tying the Christ mas presents into neat panels. In the old days the mist i ess took pleasure in bestow-iii upe.i each .slave the gift mod dc.ircd. Raphael bel ied h t "Let l ie sec if 1 h,; ru I lorf.- tten anyone," she id. 'There are the kerchiels for ibe women and the pipes for the men, ibe bead necklaces for Hie girl, the muf flers for the bnyo, and the wrist wurnieiH and idiawls for the old folk. Then the babies have balls and tattles and wagons, and father ha nuts unit apples to till their aprons and pockets to ovei flowing." "Hut what Ik this, mamma?" asked Hsphael, touching an oblong package with his tlender forefinger. "That, dear, is a violin for t'nc.le Luke-" "Just what he wanted he'll be m hippy, mamma!" "And now he can teach you io phi), dearie." "Iteally, mamma?' "Yen, you will be eveu next week, and I promittcd that you tuiht learn your Ural lemons liom him. And af terwardb " "Yeo, afterwards, mamma?" "Well," the mother seated herself In the big rocker and drew her boy to wards her, "then mother will take you io the great city, away off, and you will learn from nomtj great, maaier." "Hut, mamma, I don't want any mas ter. Father la a ma.ster, and 1 am a master. I couldn't bear to have a mas ter oyer me like Luke and Jake has," The mother untiled down into the startled eyes, wiying: "Isn't our dear Lord master? He Is mtiHter over all men, Raphael. And o when th time comes you will sub mit to the lenciins.s of a .great music master. And when ynu have learned your lesson well, iben you will, in your turn, become a master. Such was your grandfather befoie you, not a master of servants merely, but a master of music, and he wrought mir acles with his violin." "1 suppose thai I will to to the city and learn my lesson. Hut I want to be the best in the end. ynu know." Ilia mother laughed. They boy look ed like one, of Michael Angelo'g cher ubs. His great love of music had led her to build dreams Hhoul ihe fuiuie. .She bad wisjued to uame him Israel, hut his father frowned, and the name of ltitphael whs a cotn;iiomlse. Never Iheless, like Israel, t!ie child's heart strings were a lute, and , either, his voice would some day lake the world by storm or Ihey would speak Ihrough some stringed Instiutuent. A blaze of light fell upon the up turned lace of a young girl; Ihe eyes were full of light and the Hps hinted of laughter. And llapbae) looked with a heart tespnnsive to the girlish na ture. He wielded his how with a mas (oily hand, playing the old, rtci-new love songs composed by the great ones of till lime. ehe is the daughter of the mar quis," he was told afterwards, "hut they are very poor. The worst mutch in the woild for a young musician." Raphuel smiled. Ills father was ac counted a man of wealth. His home gf p tie. broad plaultuons, and hj V -1 the only Ceir." So fie paiJcouitTiTliie fair damsel,' and won her heurl, ;uid the heart ol her faiher. too. Oilc evening when ihey Kit tofeiliei In I lit Utile ahm tvltb Us faded lup fsiries, Aurore quoted a fanciful lit tie ponjn about the stair, and the gold tn pollen dropped trout their flower like hearts to (he cold eutih. And Ka phuel told her about his childish belief about, the star dust; how he had dreamed of hanlshiii;; cold and dark ness from tho wot Id. That same evening, later, when Ra phael sat in his room smoking and dreaming how he would scatier star dust in the path of Aurore - she should be robed like a princess, instead of in Ihe faded old fashioned garments of a past generation; she should have slaves to wait upon her feeble faiher; bis mot her would welcome with pride th? noble girl who was to reign In her stead in the mansion by ihe gieat river there, in the midst of his rev erie, came a message from old Luke. "With trembling fingers Raphael tore open the envelope and read with tfe spaii that bis mother had died, and bis faiher had been shot down in bat tle. It was the first buttle of the Civil war, and the enemy had soon taken possession of the home and demolish ed nearly all of the surrounding prop erty. "Stay in France," wrote tbe devoted slave. "Your aunts and cousins ate iioing the'-e ss soon as possible." The aunis ajid cousins earn'. 11a -phae heard from their lips the sad story. His mother bad purposely kept him in iMtoranee of his father' active part in the war; she was afraid that ber son might, .come home to enlist on the eve of bis brilliant career, ijis debut belore Critical Paris had le-en phenomenal. liapbael was (rushed. His two dear est ones weto beyond tbe borders, and be was quiie alone in the world. No not alone! in his great grief ho had quite fo! got ten Aurore. I!ut, alas! the wealth lhat he was to lay at. her feet wiii lust , foolish dreamer of dreams! How could e allow) lo marry her? He was penniless, it would take many years before he eould build up a for tune, and Aurore nni.-t not be asked io ."hare a poor man's lot. There was naught to do now but lo sii down and write her of the alteied position. This done, he took the next vessel for America. He must visit his moi Iter's grave in tbe family cemetery and their seaich for his father's leniain.-, and, if possible, have lliem taken home. Home! How would he find it afier Ihe iil-.enee of ihiee years - -alter ihe hand of ihe vandal had wreaked iis worst upon' I. lid reached the old plantation on 'htistmas eve. Tin house was a ruin and the plan tation was untitled. He had beard from the man who rowed him acnut the river that the enemy had confis cated the properly. One of ibelr gen erals made his headquurU rs in the vil lage haul by. So the first place he wenl was not to the bouse, but to the graveyard, just behind It. and there he stayed un til dusk deepened. He stood and looked around at the eager faces so dear and familiar in the days of his childhood. Then, in spite of the anguish in big heart, he lifted the isttunient, and, drawing the bow ccross the strings with a long, swiff stroke, he struck up one of the old plantation melodies. Smiles came to the lips of the young and tears lo the eyes of the aged. The youth played on, forgetting self, forgetting the pres ent, and the future that bad been dark before him - played on, in the spirit Of his lost childhood, and his music brought, Ihe old scenes vividly before Ihe freed negroes. Hut belore they were aware the melody had chauged to one that Ihey had sunt! on Christinas eve so many,-many times. The beauliful young mistress had played the accompaniment on Ibe or gan In the big parlor, and master had led them on wllh his rich baritone. Not a heart among them but leaped nnd'tretnbled at those beloved strains, and some - well- some of ibe younger ones who had lost their heads and thir good morals had drifted in the WHys of the wicked broke down and wept aloud, ( This show of grief was more than Raphael had expected, He slipped away from the huddled fotms and en tered Aunt Nancy's cabin. Here he knew be would be givin a hot supper, and then he would fare forth into ihe World again, whither he knew not. Soon there was a shuflliug without trte door. Aunt Nancy had been Iho first to come out of Ihe tiam e wrought by the little master's music, tier heart was yearning over the lad as II had yearned when he dug into Ihe damp earih for the star dust, Her old head shook thought fully from side to side a though she were pondeiing s weighty matter. And when she pushed opeu the cabin daor she sunk upon the blj rush bottomed chair aa il over- I m fine Arotcrtr .ast SflliMqi-- , Cut - irmwAnwMi oiw wHeimed with " years " but" Raphael knew by instinct that it was some oth er burden weighing heavily upon Aunt Nancy's broad shoulders. For the space of tea minutes she sut there breathing heavily, rolling her shining eyes until the whites showed in their coiners. Then she gasped out : "Marse Rate, does y or 'member when yer digged so fnteverla.stin'ly for the star dust?" Raphael thought. It was very, very Ion;; ago. Yes, after a while he re membered the time. So he nodded back to ber. "What wud yer say ef yu'd find U to day?" Haphael looked at his old nurse pity ingly. So ber reason had gone, poor soul; perhaps she was living over the past, and considered him a child in knickerbockers! "Look yere, honey doan't you 'sped me of bein' loony, l'se as sonn' in min' as you is. Now, would you like to fin' some of dat star dest?" "I would have no objection. Aunt Nancy," laughed Raphael, glancing down ai his torn shoes and ragged jacket. "Hat's right, Marse Rafe; laf!, luff, laff ! He yer ole self again'. Lord know s my lil' marster was alius too serus like. Now jes' come eihuig with Aunt Nancy; she'll show dat she nebber fooled you erhout de dust, no chile. Hit all come true-true as Hospel." Raphael followed the poor soul out of the cabin and across ihe corn field. Then they went over the cane field, along the big road, until they reached the dtainage machine. "Hoes yer 'member de day when dat ole wa'er moccasin skeered ye, a' floppin' inter de water here?'' Aunt Nancy paused to point out the very spot where it had oe lined. "Now look, Marse Rafe, here is de berry stones yer kjarted from de big house iu yer lii' wagon.' Sure enough, there were four big. flat stones, imbedded in the earth and overcrow n with thiendent and crub grase. "Wail, honey, till I git a stick." Aunt Nancy hunted about in the tall weeds and presently appealed with a stout stick, sharpened at one end. She busied herself prodding up the oil about the si ones; then, handing lite slick (o her wondeiing observer, said: "Now, honey, jes' yer gil ie ,-t:ir dust. Hits youni." She thrust the stick into his hand, and as ihere was no alternative hut that of offending the kind old woman, Raphael took it and lifted one, two, three of Ihe stones at her bidding. I'nder a (bin layer of grael lay a big iron hoi. The gravel and Ihe atones Raphael lemenibered having carted there in his little red wagon, but the box looked mysterious. "Lit it. honey," whispered Nancy, giving a fu ri live look about to make sure tbiit no one ohseived ilieir paiion. Raphael lifted the box with trouble, for beside being heavy occu some in it. self, a great deal or (he damp, heavy clay adhered to its sides. Nance whipped off her checked apron and wrapped it about (lie mystt Hons box. "Now put hit on my hack, honey. I'll tote bit to de cabin.'' "It is too heavy for you, Aunt Nancy," responded the young man. "Suiipo.se we call one of the hoys." "Sh h-b! JVwant none o' those peert rascals heali! Grab hole de handle. We can git along oursels." Thus they trudged back to the cnbin, and, were very glad to drop the bur den to the floor. Aunt Nancy brought an ax and the lock was soon broken. "Now dig, honey, dig!" she cried, and she drew back while Raphael thrust his hands into the coffer, bring ing up glistening coins of gold, which fell from between ' his slim fingers tinkling back into the box. again. He was thinking of Aurore. "Why, Aunt Nancy, where did hU this come from?" hp asked in amaze ment. "Humph! "When yer poor mammy died, and we, lieered how Ihe marster had been shot in bid lie, Luke en tun toted dis hfiih. Twits all wuz lef, nf. ter de Yanks passed fru. Kn' hit war under tin, hack doalisleps, case o' fire. Spies 1 let detn new folks get yer pa's money ? No, sab!" , 'Hut Ibe slaves. Mid ihey not know About it?" "Humph ! Hues not. Jey has nil dey wanV Ilui young Marse, w hy yer needs ter keep up de style yoh was raised in, sab. LV now yer know, certain sun , dat Aunt Nancy ain't looncy, chile, He slai dust i nine Hue." Unntceiry Noiiet Barred. The liiuil wilh the new c of slot fungi un alternately ciHltur fresh eel fry Hint dry tmiM. Finally it wnlfet Mcpped up and ttippi-d bllli oir tb shoulder, aitying: "1'iinlon, Mr, ,ut luiist call your attention to Hi rad thst this betel U he utd Iu tbe hospital ium." Farm Life, WANTED YVANTKM A boy Hi years of age or over to work iu printing; olfiee. 1 Apply Free Trader Journal. WANTF.I Roy at Sana nla Sptings. Apply at Sanicula Springs. VAN T F.I ) T wo W';i it res se ittl Chocolate Shop at Colon- FOR RENT FOR RE. NT East and right. J. (). -Modern houses In South! West Ottawa. I'rices ' Harris & Son. FOR RENT The west halt of the double house on Congress street, No. 422. Will be available in short time Eight rooms; furnace; bath; large, airy rooms; a fine home; $27. "0. T. R. : Farrell. 100 . Madison street. Phono G4S-W. I FOR RENT Fight, room flat. Steam I heated; all modern conveniences. FOR RENT X room modern dwell ing. East Ottawa Possession about May lljth, Frank R Craham, Mo- lloney Hldg. Tel. ;:S.VW. j FOIl RKNT-Nertney $2;V" per month. I nish'.'d. Inquire room ! Phone fu;:i-W. Harbor Shop. Kvcrthing fur 2 Nertney hldg. .FOR RENT - Stoic, corner of Main and Columbus, formerly occupied 'by the late Win. Schmidt. Rent .f:l". FOR lUvVT rM.!Tii 2-siory resi Uorn land, well improved, located one deuce, IK blocks fioin bluff. V- j mile from I'll, a. 111. - I leceiitly traded from street car line. Will rent I'm-i for this farm ami vvi: h to sell if with nisbed or unfurnished. Inquire 421 ! in Ihe next leu days. I also have I! IU First Ave. Tel. 02ft- V. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT --Four furnished rooms j and bath. , Ccntrajly loeuled. Hood J neiuhborhooii. In- information call Frank It. Craliam, Moloney Hldg., lei ; 28 1-W. i NOTICE OF PUBLICATION CHANCERY. Stalt of Illinois, La Salle Cmitity, ss. In the Circuit Court. To June Term. A. 1). Hi I v. Jn Chancery Divorce !en. No. 22IH7. J. V. Kelly vs. Marl ha Kelly. AffhTuvit of lion-residence of Martha Kelly, having een tiled in the dork's Circuit Court of said office of the Circuit Court County, notice is therefore hereby giv en to the said non-resident, defendant ! that the complainant tiled his hill i iiui'uuiiv in ru in v wui t, in tin- V'liuiF eery side thereof, on the 21sl day of February 1 9 1 S, and that thereupon a summons issued out of said Court, wherein said suit is now pending, re turnable on the second Monday Mi the month of March next, as is by law re quired. Nov , unless you, the said nou-residenl defendant above named. Martha Kelly, shall personally be and appear beforeSahl Circuit Court, on the lirsl day of the next term thereof to he hidden at Ottawa, in I tinu nir mo sain roomy on the s ond Monday !n June next, and plead, answer or demur to said complain-. I ant's bill of complaint, the same and the matters and tilings therein charged and stilted will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered against yon ac cording to the prayer of said bill. JOHN L. WIITZEM AN, Clerk. Ottawa, Illinois, April 2nth, P.HS. ELM Kit E. ROBERTS. Complainant's, Solicitor. Fine Japaneie Paper. Japnnpc iiiitie-tiuide paper is not iiirpled Mtiywheie Iu the world. L is lived for Ihe finest books. The tuiiicr ilih of Annul, from which durable , clothing is made, itidictitcs net l-iy ,lhe wii-pusHi. bin ibe vmicl, of uses j to w hlcb the native paper of Jiipnn can be put. None of Ihe Aland pancr doth l sell' out of tbe country, owiio In 'the larue home c.iiisiunptio!i. urowing Aruutus in'.oors. TlMbeno It bs no! been found prtie. tlcnble to tiilne Ihe Wild tiia.WloWel or trailing nibuiiis. Inn discovery bus re cently been minle of the fad il.nl It ll! Klo llUlllllllitl Iu pots if sup plied with soil composed (lf IHir rutted otik leaven mixed with Hi per cent of sand ntid h liberal quantity of small, Irokeu tuts uf old nuwerpott for drain- eu y ahQ of cwst stiwfv.T tM' au. Ta'k, v-Arr?' Classified Advertising I Advertisements will be inserted in J this column not exceeding five lines, three times. 20c; one week 50c. Each line over five, 10c per week addition j al. All advertisements in this col j uiun must be raid in advance.. No ! advertisement will be Inserted in this colui in for less than 25c. FOR SALE j LOTS FOR SAI.K Wa huva eovernl into tnr i sale that will average ahont one acre of land; can be had now for JGOO.OO. Easy payments; would be ! especially desirable for poultry or mar ket garden. Tel. 957-W. J O. Harris & Son. i 129 W. Main St. FOR SALETwo lots, hungalow and barn on Poplarstreet. Modern im provements except furnace; 7 rm. house, cistern, well, cellar and 3 lots Glover street. W. II. Pusey, Real Est. Ins. Claus hldg FOR SALE West 70 feet of lot block 74, State's addition; Hantia ghan home; number D2S Y. Jackson street; eight rooms. Price $1300, sub ject, to unpaid paving. T. R. Farrll, College libig. FARMS. iFOR SALE AT A CftFAT HARCAIN I - If taken at onre, l.'.O acres of good acres 12 miles east, of Oliawa for sab or rent, and I Hu acre,; in I ieijAOod county, Minn, For furilier particulars call on or address Win. Jamison, J'.u'.l Armory Blk., Ottawa, 111 FOR SAIlv Twelve ncren within easy walking distance of business center; very best quality of soil. Es pecially desirable for market, garden ing and poultry raising. Can he bad at. a imrg.'un. ion I. watt, loo bum you want it. .1. o. Harris & Son. Teh phono !.r,7 -W. FOR SALE - We have two small! tracts within the cily limits of ! Ottawa, consisting of about. 1 aero on North side without improvements equal to about 7 bit's suitable for HMlr an" vegetatile raising; can ' 'al for fion.uo per lot. The owne, is a non-resident and wants to sell. The other tract consists of 10 to 12 r,i,r,'P8 wi,h S"IH house on West side. Roth of, these would sell as lots for double the price we are asking. Bet- ter look into this! J. Son. Telephone '.C7-W (). Harris & FOR SALE - Several 14U, 2u0 and 240 Farms, So, K,o, acres, close or within easy distance I'l'Mltl Of I !1 U"l W. H. Pusey, Real Est. Ins. Clans hldg: FOR SALE --Within one mile of the Cotiri Mouse, u well improved j country place, about fj acres, build- j ings practically new, neat and nice1 price $5,1)00. I W. R. Pusey, Real Est. Ins. Claus bldg! MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SAI.E-Old papers, clean and j folded. Tied un In pip, packages. Call! at Free Trailer Journal office. j , FOR SALE- A IHOO-I P'O-lb. gi.i, ! also wtifroii, harness, fly nets, I hob runners. Cheap if taken a: I J.M. IVumheriy. Telephone 7' FOR SALE PICK Fine Chester white lii'.-s, il weeks old, $Vue. On tanti 2 miles west of Marseilles, iiI.mj Ihiroc and Poland sows am! plus. II. I.. IIOSSACK. i I Bids For Ballots, Bids lor the print of the ballots , lor Ihe Judicial election on June .Ird. j PHs will be reciuved up until May I illi. at 12 o'clock imoti by Ihe under- liL'licil ai cording lo speeilii .iin.li:, on -lib' in my otlice in the Court House at lOMitttlt, III. I A. E. ItV'll, I Count v Clerk j Dated Ottawa, ill., Liy 7. I'll". I FOR SALE HOUSES FOR SALE Three houses in East Ottawa; all modern imprevements; garages. Prices reasonable Miss Oertrude Harris. FOR SALE New 8-room houu in West Ottawa; hot water heat, bath room, laundry, Jot and cold soft water on three floors; J3.000. Miss Gertrude Harris. FOR SALE 8-room bouse in Center Ottawa; modern improvements; hardwood floors In nil rooms and closets; new garage. Miss Certrude Harris. FOR SALE I have a customer who would sell the residence, 415 Leland street at something less than its full value. One story frame cottage, five rooms, fine location. Call for particu lars at above address or at office of T. II. Farrell. Tel. 61S-W. FOR SALE Bargain in Center Ot tawa dv.elling. 8 rooms all modern conveniences, garage. All assess ments paid. Frank 15. (irahatn, Mo- 14,(loney Hldg., Tel. ;18.1-W. For Sale. Bargain in North O'.tawa residence properly, with garage, large lot, house, contains lo, rooms, hardwood floors, gas. electric light, Avate.-. Thoroughly modern. Sale price less than one-half nf cost today. ' FRANK II. OR A HAM, Tel. nX'.-W. Moloney Hldg. FOR SALE -Hi story rrame dwelling, s rooms. 412 E. Van Htiren Si. Rath downstairs, hot nil' furnace, toilet up stairs; concrete door in cellar; laun- . a 1-1 I,, 1 1 -i ii i "' - " . .:: ees, KJrage: Darn; cement walks; screened porch; a line home al proper price, T. j. Farrell. FuR SALE - The c mirable Liepold 1, Ave. Lot (ie2l, upstairs and down, iiiipiele and ad nine, HIS (II law a ! rooms, li.iili hot Wilier -flea l, plant, th three years new, electric, lights line fixtures, eas. cenionl w;ill;-i d'lwiih inside lot, barn could be used as ga rage, every Ih jug- spick and span. Price $,',fiiiiii, subject lo paving assess ments not yet due. Tel. H4.VW. T, H. FARRELL. FOR SALE One of the finest resi dences in .South Oitawat nine rooms, bath, gas, water and furnace also a good burn on the lot. Price $i;,oiio. W. II Pusey, Chius bldg, 122. Main FOR SALE Fine residence m Center j Ottawa. Also two residences on j Congress street, three .on K. Main and .) rm. notise ami two lots on west side. Tel. i;:i.",-r. MISCELLANEOUS OR E. A. KELLY, OTTAWA. ILL 1125 Columbus St. Phone 225-Y. Silver fills 73c to $1. Porcl. crowns, J5 Gold crowns 5 to $8. Plates $5 to $10, All work guaranteed first class. Office hours S . m. to 7:. '10 p. m. FINAL SETTLEMENT Elmer E, Rob. Estate of Victor I Notice is hereby .mis interested in ris, Attorney ' Tisb'i', deceased, given to all per said estate, thai ; lite undersigned. Administrator with Will annexed, of the Ks'ute of j Vic-' or I !. Tisler. deceased, w ill ati,- before the Probate Cifltrt of 'the ( oiiiily of La Salle ami Slate of , Illinois, at the Ciniuiy Court House, In l ni'iiwa. in said County, on Monday Huh day of June, ,.. . j ; i s 0r the I purpose of rendering an account of I his proceeding, in the administrn j lion of said Estate for Un; linal settle iiicn', wheti and where an, and ail j persons Inierested may appear and 1 show cause, any (here be, whv such aicoiini should not Hie Court approved by Haled al (Mawa Ibis L'lith dav of April. IU IX. ii t; iirpp. Al lest Ail in i m.'it liilor Eihi, H. Zilm. Clerk I'ri'b.ile Court, La Salle County lllitun.-. Professional Card M. N. ARMSTRONG, Attorney at law, 210-211 Molunej Bldg., Ottawa, Illinois. Telenhoie Office. 375-W. Residence. HIT. L. W. BREWER, Attorney and counsellor at law aad solicitor in chancery. Will practice law Id the several courts aud In tm federal courts Special a'te.v Hon given to all real estate earnr of La Salle and adjoining enmil" liu'luditi? raifiace ij'jtMtiona, W. H, JAMIESON, 8. 6, M. D Physician and Surgeon: 'ilone offiit, 322-W., residence, Main t4S. Of Oce In Armory slock Professional calls in city or country will Mcolrs faithful attention. Ottawa, Ml. T, W. BURROWS. M. O, Physician and Surgeon, office, at res dence, 810 folumbui street OBet hours, 1 to 3 p. m. DOCTOR CARTER. Osteopathic physician, 402-3-4 Ifoloa ey Bldg., Ottawa, 111. 'Phone: Of flee, 385-R.; residence, S67-K. CHICAGO, OTTAWA &PE0MI RAILWAY (Effective Sept. 9, 1917.) OTTAWA, ILL , Eastbound. Eastbound ears leave Ottawa sta tion for Marseilles, Seneca, Morris, Minooka, Rockdale and Jollet, 111. In A. M. 5:45, 6:10a, 7:50, 9:50, 11:50. P. M. 1:50, 3;50, 4:D0b, 5:80, :00, 11:00. Cars arrive from the west at 1:00 a. in., 8:45 a. m., 12:50 p, tn., 6:60 p. m., 11:35 p. m. Westbound. Westbound cars leave Ottawa sta Hon for Chautauqua Park, Starved Rock, Utica, La Salle, Peru. Spring Valley, Ladd, De Pue, Bureau. Prince ton. In A. M. 5:10d, 5:50c, :50d, 8:S0c 9:50c, 10:50d, 11:50c. P. M, 1:50c, 3:60c, 4:50d. 5:50c 7:50c, 9:50e, ll:00f. Cars arrive from east at 6:50g p in., 12:42 a. m. Southbound. Southbound cars leave Ottawa sta Hon for McKinley Park, Grand Rldg and Streator, In A. M. 5:50, 6:50h, 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. Motris, Seneca nud Iu tertnediate points. Princeton and Intermediate point! d Ladd and Intermediate points, o Princeton-Ladd and intermedial points. f La Salle and intermediate points g Sundays and holidays osly. h Daily except Sunday. ALWAYS BUY TICKETS AND SAVE MONEY. Fares to Chicago, II!.. A Johet, III., and Chicago &. Jollet Electric Rail way. WEEK END EXCURSION Every Saturday and Sunday. t1 Rfl roun(1 trln' Tickets limited ulLjU until Munilav. 1" (Ml noon. J following date of sale for return tr'p. EVERY DAY FARES. $1.75 round trip, Jl.ou one wa, R I turn trip limited to ten days. WELLS FARGO EXPRESS TO ALL POINTS. Phone g(nts for full Id formation FOR QFICK RESULTS TRY THi "Vv'ANT'' ADS. IN TUB THVV I KAnFH-.TOT'R.VA'..