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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1921.
FEDERAL JURISTS! EREES OIL ASSN. OF: OTTAWA FREE TRADER - JOURNAL page mm DOINGS OF THE DUFFS ONE REEL COMEDIAN BY ALLMAN WHV DIDbl'T VOU ring &efoevou came in ? Here's a pair of my ' keep The SVMPATHV AMD HANO ME TROUSERS AMD ACLEAKl SHlk'T! i. G. COURT HOLDS THAT FORM ,,ING ASSOCIATION DOES NOT CONSTITUTE VIOLATION Of flERMAN LAW. ; -7 u T i fr . lnT IT'LL ALL COME OUT AT UTT7 J SOME MAM DREisSEu HA THE ClEAmER'S - HERE I OH.MOTHtR. WWfi TO, Jha!J l' mKE-rhlPB lU'VJ rrtAQL,F.CHAPtlM'JLuKE Py ! IIP TRUST ALLEGATIONS ' 1 -r-. . rtA . IT f I I lit. ! -7 AN I o 1 1 government's trade aaaocia nanufact urors "i I. mill ' "I In Judge federal cmrt yes terday COT w ;. : qui y. Tho i a,t Lut t'' ku decide the question associations may be purpose of exchange oruuvun.1 was to whether trade I formed for the i price list and was regarded as a ptt'tcdcnt . ilir nil iiiK ol which would effect thi lame jug of 1,000 oilier such associations (hruoUit the country. Suit was brought as a part of the governments anti-trust prosecutions ' Logic which assumed thai becatl ie there is an epportanlty to ti prices, therefore prices are fixed is to tne genius and logic oi our law uie opinion oi juuge t urpenter null 'Everf man 1h presumed to be in nocent until h Is proved guilty, if the Armstrong bureau is to be die solvedjtmerelj because It afforded the members an opportunity to fix prices then this court, with eiiuiil propriety, could he asked to dissolve any lunch club where business men meet. This theory hardly Warrant! discussion " The manufacturers listed its defetl-j danta arc: Herst and Bagley Linseed C Chicago. impany, Archer Daniel Linseed Company ivunoea polls, wiiiiiuu o. Goodrich Company, Mil- wauiee. Midland Linseed Products Com pany, Miuntapolis Minnesota Linseed Oil Company, Minneapolis. Northern Linseed Oil 'ompany. Minneapolis lied Wing Linseed Oil Company, Rod W'im.-, Ml as Ankony Linseed Manufacturing Company, lien Moines. SUtrwin Williams Company, Cleve land. loledo Seed and Oil Toledo. ' ompany, Mann Brothers Company, Buffalo. National Lead Company, New York. American Linseed Oil Company, New York. Judge Carpenter stated the question Involved iu,JJiis case is whether "Uieie is anything inherently wrong in an agreement between producers in u certain line ro furnish each other their prices and not to make any sale .deviating from the price list without immediately notifying; all the others. . Judge Carpenter also pointed out that business was no longer a ' game but that it is HOW so complex that business men must have more infor mation than. before. Be said that this was no evidence that there was price fixtttg. "Busineaf is no longer a game hut a matter of scientific calculation" the opinion said. ."A merchant cannot Ipmnete with another merchant un leajflfc knov what he has to compete ngpjli'Bt. The day is past when the busIrSMs men of the community meet ati upon ip the village blacksmith .sborVor m the evening at the grocery and discuss prices. The government cannot seriously contend that it is the duty of every merchant to guard against bis competitor finding out what he is charging. It would he ini- Best Fed Family Jfl F".af Yea cf ml. .r f . . - iy Best fed tamily in America, whose head is now in Ottawa, eat yeastolp nt every meal. I "riuster" John ami Yiruinia, "the 'million dollar children" of Dr. Thomas J. and Lille Suehr Allen, formerly i of ( ii taws... fiave their heaping tea- spnonfif kh ' yeastole. the original health yeast, at each meal, while daddy has two. YcastYiTe Is' the original special health yeast. The Lindlahr Sanitar ium, Chicago, and many physicians uive found it besl by test, Mrs. S., .Mrs. Allen's sister of Ottawa, has long used hak cVjj yeasts with benolit for all the tumlly, but finds yeastole bet ter, so says everybody who gives yeastole a fair trial. Yeastole will now Be, furnished regularly to Ottawa dealers,., . tDr. Allen admits that, his demonstra tions of physical and mental capacity on an ideal diet are largely duo to yeastole, recommended by physicians geonrSsb for old ami young, sick and ; well. & v ! Pc-atole costfi les and does mot' ... m. . .. ma, eimapest as well as tne nest, a cent anneal. Follow directions inside thdj I'Sipe rarro-.,, -Yeastole." Feed the chihiron better, add to daddy's pep and reduce mother's fatigue. Don't look upon yeastole merely as a sure cure for boils and relief of most ail !mcM HeeP '4 carton always on the 'dining room table. Adopt the Allen slogan, "Higher living at lower cost." Aitvway. try the yeastole. BOYS AND GIRLS! We have arranged to take the en tire output of a manufacturer of a high, grade lino of Sporting goods our prices are rock bottom, no middle men or retail profit. Foot Balls Rugby regulation size, with guaranteed hand made blad der; l. Soccer Balls and Punchlngs Bags with guaranteed har.d made bladder, $2 each. ' H. NICHOLSON CO. RUBBER SUNDRIES 224 Akron Savings & Loan Bldg. AKRON. OHIO AOENT8 WANTED These balls will i retail foMlO each, sell your friends. (,'IiIcVku, Nov. C. it fof dissolution n involving t'alr MnsMd oil was i Qoorge Cnrpent ir'a possibility, Nor is it wrong for a merchant to find out what his rivals are charging, it he cannot gel it directly ami easily be will necessarily get jt penai Indirectly and at a great ex ind slowly." I DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. To Wh un It May Concern: On and after November I. MSI, the partnership of Prafcke ft Weles, 112 Last Main street, Ottawa, Illinois, is dlSOlvOd l) mutual consent. Mr. F. C. Prafoke continuing In the business at the above address as an Individual, us-.-timing all out landing Obligations of the partnership to date and all ac counts due the Brm to date being pay abb to him at once at the above ad dress. FRED C. PRAFCKE. MILTON E. WEISS. Ottawa, Illinois. November l, 19X1. Vigor 01 Youth In A New Discovery Science Produces a Vitalizer Superior to Famous Gland Treatment Magic Power of a Bark From Africa. Have you lost your youth, vigor and "pep"? ikies lif seem dull and work a grind? Don't WOtTy. Science has discovered a new vitalizer superior even to the much discussed "goat gland" and "monkey gland" treat ment. The principal ingredient is an ex tract from the hark of an African tree. It is said to be the most amazing in violator ever discovered. Combined with it are oilier tonic and vitalizing elements of proved merit. In most cui'es, the compound produces marked Improvement in a day or two, and in a short time the vitality is raised, the circulation improved and the glpw of health is felt in every part. The new vitalizer contains expen sive chemicals, hut manufacturing in enormous quantities has brought the COat within reach of all. Furthermore, the laboratories producing the new vitalizer. which is called Ite'Nu-Tabs, are so confident of its power that they offer it on the basis of "no results, no pay." Any render of this paper may test the new discovery without risk. Send .... M..k.n I..., ........ ....... .....t ...I IUUUD , UUI ju.-l enu ii.iue- .iiiii u- dross, to the Re-Nu Laboratories, 20G-L Gateway Station. Kansas City, Mo., and a full treatment of Ke-Nu-Tahs will be mailed. Deposit $J and postage w ith the postman on delivery. If not delighted by the results at the end of a week, notify the laboratories anil your money will he refunded in full. Do not hesitate about accepting this test offer, as it is fully guaran teed. Do You Want Health? The question of health is solved through Chiropractic adjustments. Chiropractic goes direct to the source of the trouble, removing the cause. It releases the pressure from the nerves, permitting them to nourish and stimu- ,' , late the diseased tissues and organs of the body Health results. No matter what your ailments may be or how dis couraged you may be, Chiropractic can help you. Spinal analysis free. Charles A. Blean, D. C Phone 620 R 211-12 Moloney Bldg. OTTAWA. ILL. SOFTttt downtef. more velvety than anv vr-u have evet used. Made ol tl.e purest imported tatc n,! perfumed with lire, al.nble Mivi, th gjk lime fragrence that lasts mm illSSSlBl BUSINESS NOTICES F.A. KOSSOW ROOFING CO. Tar and Gravel Roofers All Work Guaranteed 505 Second St. Telephone La Salle, ILL 130 RENOVATING Mattresses, Featherbed and Pillows renovated and made over. Box Springs, Sofa and chllr seat Springs reset and repaired at reason able prices. Pione 8J,'-X or send to GEORGE BAUCHLE 1519-1523 Main St. West Side LEGAL. NOTICE. Stab of Illinois, i ounty of Lfl Salle in the Probate Court thereof, the December Term, A. D. 1991. the Matter of tin La.-t Will and itament of Louis HeSS, Deceased. To In Ti Probate of win. Notice Is hereby given that an in itrumi ni purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Louis Hess, de ceased, baa been hied In the office of the t lerfc of the Probate Court of Li Salle County. n the State of Illinois, together with the petition of the First Trust Company of Ottawa, Illinois, representing, among other things that the names ot all (he heirs at law and the legatees of said dceascd, arc .is follows, to-wit: Henry Hess, George Hess, Victoria Walter, Clara Cole, Jcssi'- Kept, Mayine Kopf, Kath eriae Kopf, William Long, George long. Fred Long, Emma Long. F-nim i Long Morrison, Louis Glenn. F'red Olelm, Henry G-lelm, John Gletm, Wil liam Qlelm, Christina Bchroeder, Tina Schroeder, Mary Bband, Annie Wakey, Lillian Bcharfeuoerg, ( William Duder. Doroth DiO Chains. Victor small. William Schrnahl gorge Dud Dude.-, r, Fan- ilter, William Qertru le Al- band. St. May's Hospital Hospitals of tne Sisters of St. Mary's st. Erancii Rtreator, Illinois; Minnie Scott, ElSTB Fuller, Irene Gebhardt O'Connor. Anie 'in 1 '. tihe rdt , Carrie Midnight. Rev. II. H. Hartman. Evangelical Luthern hiireli of Ottawa, Illinois; Frank Me- Bwing, the Ottawa Avenue Cemetery Arscciationi the John Stuart Ryburn Memorial Hospital, fie trustees of thr John Stuart Ryburn Memorial Hos pital, City Of Ottawa; the First Trust Company Of Ottawa. Illinois; Emil Walter, Bi rtha Walter. Virginia Wal ter, Albert Walter, and William Geb bnrdt. who." several addresses arA shown by said petition, and the heirs tit law of Emil A alter. Albert Waltei. Bertha Waiter and Virginia Walter, surviving at the date ot the death of the last survivor of said Fmil Walter, Albert Waller. Bertha Walter and Virginia Walter, determined under the laws of the State of Iowa, whes? B( vi ral names and addresses are un known to petitioner, and prayni: tie ( probate Of laid alleged will be granted and the same ordered for record, and that letters testamentary thereon ma? be granted to the First Trust Com pany of Ottawa, Illinois, which said pi tltion and the proofs of said instal ment will be heard by the Court on. the 8th day of December, A. 1). 1921, at 10 a. m. of said day, at the Probate Court Room In Ottawa in said county. Dated at Ottawa, th-is -Itli day of Novi mht-r, A. D. 1821. WILLIAM C FLICK, Clerk of the Probate Court. LKSTKR J. 11 (IRAN, Attorney lor Petitioner. AND FAIR DEALfcH 115 West Main S'reet FREE TRADEH -JOURNAL PTG. CO. Publishers. ' NEW YORK REPRKHKNTAT1VMS S. C. Thels Company. 355 Fifth Avs CHICAGO REPRESENTATIVES S. C. Thels Company, 864 Monadnoca. Block. MINNEAPOLIS REPRESENTATIVE S. C. Thels Company, 706 Lincoln Bid The Free Trader-Journal may Oe found at tho news depots of Wheelei Malo, Kneussl Brothers and Pyle't ClCaV Stnr 1 Wki TALCUM POWDER HOl J ,.,.-..'. mil Classified Advertising j HELP WANTED DISTRICT MANAGERS WANTED I Men experienced in selling real estate, insurance, bends and stK'k , preferred. An old established oorpor atlon is about to engage a district manager for Ottawa and surrounding I I territory. Consideration will only be given to parties who are capable of creating a sales organization and lo one who is a thorough salesman himself. Applicants must be thor oughly acquainted in this territory and Command trie respect of the commun ity. Kxcellent proposition will 1)8 made to party that can qualify. For further particulars, write Mark Gra ham, Financial Dept. WEBER'S DKI'T. STORKS CO., Clark & Van Huron Sts , Chicago, III.! WE 'PAY $:ifi.0ti weekly, 7ac hour spare time selling hosiery. Guar anteed wear four months. Fall line read1'. I'rewari pricjba. Free sam ple:', to working agents. Experience unnecessa ry. Perfectwe Hosiery Darhv. I' WANTED Organiser, reliable man; who la confident he can organise sab force that can book orders for : fruit and ornamental trees, shrubs, roses, etc.; unrestricted territory, commissions paid weekly; complete' co-operation; references required KNIGHT : BOSTWICK. Nurseryman, Newark, New York State. , ATTENTION, Agents and Mail Ord : ; Men. You can build up a good i business which will mean an income; for life. Send for free booklet of tin-1 solicited testimonials like this: Port Dodge. Iowa. Sept. 23, 1919. Rheuma tism Herb Company. Dear Sirs: The j man 1 treated with your Rheumatism Herbs only used it live days and he walked downtown two miles to see me last Sunday, and now his wife is I also taking the Herb food baths, 80 ' yOU see I got results the first time. I Respectfully, A. D. Hall. Price 5i j Pound, 16 Pounds RHEUMATISM HERB co.. K 997, Ocean Park, Cal. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. START BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF Earn $40-$l.r)ii week in own home. Proven plan for men and women. No canvassing. Booklets EREE, Mexi can Pecan Candy Co., Gunter Bldg., San Antonio, Tex. WANTED WANTED By Salvation Army, cloth ing and vegetables for winter relief. Call 988-K. WANTED Clean ras, any color, a' the Free Trader-Journal oflW FOR RENT FOR RENT Furniaued rooms for light housekeeping. Call 215-217 Main St. for RENT -Claussen borne at till Second Ave., $18 per month, or will sell at $2,500; either proposal Is a bargain; Immediate possession; the place has toilet, electric lights, city water and is in good order. T I!. FARRELL. FOR RENT Nov. od Sat, 4 rooms veniences. 112 St. 68S-K. 1. modern and bath; .lames St. furnish all con Phon PUBLISHED NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING TO INCREASE CAP! TAL STOCK AND DECLARE STOCK DIVIDEND. Urtnns ! wince or tne central Life in ' Company of Illinois. Ottawa lib- j Mis, Novembers, 1921. I Public notice is hereby given that special meeting of the stockholders of the Central Life insurance Com- jot the Central Life Ini pany or Illinois will be held in the Di rectors' room of th home office build ing of said company, in the City of Ottawa, Illinois, on the 21st day of December. A D. 1021. at one o'clock p. m . for the purpose of considering the question of increasing the capital stock oi said company, and declaring a ftock dividend, and for the trans action of sucb other business as may legally come before said meeting. come J s. T. N. G. W H. () A. BOWMAN. I! BRADFORD. W BURROWS, I CART, O DROVER. H HINKDAI OH, W JOHNSON. A JOHNSON. ( HARLEB NADLEK. A. C. W A. W I) rs of H. NBUREUTHKR PLUE8S, PRIOHARD, E .1 ROBERTS, U WEESE. M YATES. Din yi the Central Life Insu lace Company of niino! FOR SALE HOUSES FOR SALK I offer for B very llm st one-story lows in Oltawa. You "the best laid plans of in etc. It is n w; It Is a h lie one brick know -n and ant v ; of Um bungs- about mice, " lovely location; $16,0t 0, and a T. 11 orth it. EARAELL FOR SALK 6 room bouse, east side, $1',40U. Also 8 room house with modern conveniences, and garage, So. Ottawa $;l,:'UU. If not sold soon will rent lor $J8 per month. W. B. PU8EY, Central Life Itldg . Ottawa. FOR SALK Five room four lots, fruit trees, good cellar. Tel. 209 K. house with city water. FOR SALE Fivo room bouse, two blocks south of stand pipe, two lots, good water, fruit, garage and barn. i Tel. liu!l K. FOR SALK House and good lot on west side; 7 rooms; hard wood Boon; price $2. son. Central Life Bldg. W. B. PUSEY, POR SALK ti room house, small lot, 6 blocks of business district, Ottawa. No modern improvements, $650 cash. Also 6 room house, city water, west side, a bargain at 1.0O0. 2-3d;s Cash, balance $15 per month. W. D. PFSKY. Central Life Itldg., Ottawa. FOR SALE A cozy weel built cot tage, V'i stone, 7 rooms, hot water boating, near St. Columba, sewer and paving all paid: nice corner, lot 40 x GO feet; vary desirable. 14,500.08. T. D FARRELL. FOR SALK One story frame shingle roof dwelling at 1517 West Madison. Lot 50 x 150; cement walks, inside and out; gas, electric lights, city water in kitchen sink; hardwood floor In kitchen, other floors painted; four room house, all in good order, $1, 400.00; worth more. Come on, you newly weds, own your own property. T. B. FARRELL. FOR SALE A good property at GU3 Christie street; will sell It to you for very little more than the property is worth. It is now unoccupied; own er would like to sell it before accept ing a new tenant, ti rooms, electric light, toilet, city water, good cellar, House in neat order, $2,000.00 and ' terms. Unusual opportunity. T. B. FARRELL. ' FOR SALK -The one story frame j dwelling at 917 Mulbury street. Furnace, bath, six large rooms all in I good order; paving and sewer in and ! paid. Will sell for less than i,s mar ket value, possession in 30 days from sale; terms if desired. T. II. FARRELL. FOR BALE If there is in Ottawa a believer in permanent values of property on De Sota, De Leon, Fourth and Fast streets and the neighbor hood 1 want to talk to him and offer him the Rett property at Fourth and East st rets for a fraction of its value, it is a very large property and a snap. T. II. FARRELL. FOR SALE 7 room house, bath room, furnace, laundry, barn and garage. In first class condition, $5, 500. Also, 7 room, two story bouse, furnace, hath, very large lot, 14,500. 8 room house, hot water heat, all hard wood Door, laundry, barn, $7,200. All in South Ottawa. Have many moro, better bargains than these. Miss Ger trude Harris. FOR SALE! 7 room cottage, bath, gas. electric lights, $2,800; also 5 room cottage, haul wood floors, fur nace, hath, gas. laundry, $5,000; and 7 room bouse, hot water heat, coal used in 1920 for heating an dcooking cost $56.00; bath, fine electric fii- tures, gas, laundrv, large barn; will' be sold at a bargain. All in East Ot tawa. Miss Gertrude Harris. FOR SALE New brick 6 room bunga low, modern, in first class condi tion, $5,300; also 6 room house, fur nace, bath, gas, laundry, $ao00; and 7 room bouse, oak and enamel wood work, hardwood Boom, very large front porch, newly painted and dec orated. $5,000; all in West Ottawa. Mi s Gertrude Harris. FOR SALE 7 room bungalow with Uirue front porch, hot water heat, fine bath room, large barn; two lots, $4,500.00; an 8 room modem house, with glassed sun parlor, in Center Ot tawa; large ct, $S,Oo0 no. Miss Ger trude Harris. FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES HOW CAN THEY sell Hon their goods often a-ked so Chi about ap? A Sanders (pies Auto irt: Co.'a habit of selling standard parts below list prlci It is surpris ing: ux3' cord tires, while the sup ply lasts 8.75 Oldticld 3IX3H cord tires. Huy one it list price. fSMS, and get one free. First quality, guaranteed tires. Ford radiator covers $ LIS Ford hood covers IM Army Jacks, now l.6u Tire testers IM $25 itaviieid carburetor for Fords 12.0.1 Side CUrtalna pistons, wheels, bubs. fenders, etc . at pikes that please tic Btralned purse. ;'.x::u red tub' guaranu id ..$2.: Edison, for Boost Ottawa. Trade at SANDERS AUTO PARTS CO., Hi W. Main St., On the Corner Phone 169. THE AUTO OWNER both fanner and city man, should ap- pri t date the savings incurred when having their auto parts at SANDERS AUTO PARTS CO. We sell to retail trade at wholesale prices. Phone 169. 229 W. Main St.. On the Corner. USED CAiHS Some real bargains in used cars. We want room and have priced them very low to move rpiii k ly. Ford, Buick roadster,' Studobaker roadster and touring car, at prices that will move them quickly. DOLDER'S GARAGE. FOR SALE dltlonj -i C20-W, or B4VI Buick roadster; Al con new tires; $450. Call X alter 0 p. ni. FURNITURE FOR SALE Parlor suite, in very best of condition. Apply 122 West Superior St. Phone 584-L. HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE-Household furniture and house for rent. Inquire 712 Clintou St MISCELLANEOUS TRUNKS. BAGS. SUITCASES- Whv pay two middlemen profits? Huy froui factory direct. Send for FREE catalogue. ACME TRUNK AND HAG FACTORY. Spring Valley, III. FOR SALK leap, a gas stove. Phone li '22-V FOR SALK-One car of Red River early OhiOS at $1.25 per bu. on C. 11. v Z. tracks. Phone 9029. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Mrs. Gray's lot, north of Joe Pearson's home, corner Orleans and Chapel. A fine building spot. There are but few building lots on the Kast side that are for sale, and this is one of the best, nicely graded, cement walks, sewer paid; paving is ion the way. Will sett it tor, well let's Bee come in and le.t me tell you how cheap. T. B. FARRELL. Professional Cards Dr. C. F. Van Atta Successor to Dr. Herioj Eye. Ear, Nose and Tbront Office 404 Central Life. Phcue 1016-W THERON L. LENA M. Warrick & Warrick CHIROPRACTORS. Palmer Schooi Graduates Room 212-14 Central Life Building Ottawa. III. Office Phone 1008, Res. Phono 1110 L Hours: 10-12. 2-5. 7 8. Dr. C. A. Blean i HIROPRACTOR. Hours; 9-12 a. m.. 1-4 p. m. Licensed by Illinois State Board of Health. 111-UI Moloney Bldg. Phone 6IC-R These Want Ads Go Into Thous ands of Homes: Rood them and profit. V FARM LANDS FOR SALE Small farms near Otta wa, as follows: 5 acres, well improved I 4,500 10 acres, garden land 10,000 M acres, one-half cultivated... 10,500, 35 acres, one-half tillable, bal. timber 6.000 40 acres, fairly well improved. 13,00 J 10 acres, three-fourths timber, small bldgs 2.60t 115 acres, mostly black. Im proved J3.00Q And others. Terms cam be ar ranged . W. B. PUSEY, Central Life Bldg. Ottawa. Illinois. FOR SALE 133 acres of fairly well Improved land adjoining tho village of Troy Grove. Anyone wishing to pUTOhase a good farm and home, ideal' Fy located, had better como and aee me at once. WM. JAMrSON, Room 306 Armory 111k, Ottawa, 111. FOR SALK Die acre", well Improved and fine location oa hard road be tween Ottawa and Utica; price right, w. B. PUSEY, Central Life Bldg. FOR SALE 27 acres, just outside city limits, in La Salle county. Fourteen acres un der cultivation. Five dcres that can be cultivated. Orchard. Some tim ber. An ideal place for grapes, fruit and chickens. Good 2-story home, barns, etc. Part cash. 122 acres, fine rich soil, as level as a floor. Brick home and large barn and other improvements. The house is practically in city limits. 160 acres, just a half mile from th above farm, on hard road. Same soil. Good Improvements, level. An idea farm. Present corn crop will show what land will do. Pre-war prices on both these farms. Will consider trade on small plac.i. city property or stock of goods. George A. Crowden Ottawa, Illinois Phone 1058. 613 First Ave. CHICAGO, OTTAWA, & PEORIA RAILWAY OTTAWA, ILL. Effective Oct. 9th, 1921. EXPRESS HANDLED ON ALL CARS AT LOW RATES. EASTBOUND Eastbound cars leave Ottawa sta tion for Marseilles, Seneca, Morris, Minooka, Rockdale and Joliet, 111., in a. m. 6:00, 7:55, 9:55, 11:65. In p. m., 1:55, 3:55, c4:55, 5:55, 8:05, 10:00. WESTBOUND Westbound cars leave Ottawa sta tion for Utica, Ui Salle, Peru, Spring Valley, Ladd, DePue, Bureau. Prince ton in a. m. a5:55, g6:52, f8:50, a9:55, d 10:55, fll:55. In p. m., al:55, f 3 : 55, 5:56. 17: 55, dl0:00. SOUTHBOUND. Southbound cars leave Ottawa sta tion for Grand Ridge, MeKinley Park and Streator in a. rn., 5:55, 7:55, 11:55. In p. m., 1:55, 3:55. 5:55, 10. a d f g La Salle. Morris, daily except Sundays: holidays. -Ladd. -Princeton. -Ladd. daily except Sundays and holidays. ALWAYS BUY TICKETS AND SAVE MONEY. TICKET OFFICE OPEN FRO.-d 6 A. M. TO U:M P. M. 10 TICKET FARES TO CHICAGO Via Joliet. III., and Chicago A Joliet Electric Railway. $3.00 Round One Trip Way $1.85 (Return trip limited to ten days.) a FAST FREIGHT SFRVICE. Phone agents far full information.