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"MUR3DAY, CECEMSCr! 23, 1921.
WW Let Us Have Peace on Earth. People arc i 1 1 w . i expect I nu ( get priM in iMtawni i mt you knew vvlitit over pi'mr ri ihIj nuidc penes 1 1 n - mi i lie eorl m thorn lever if blest for -Ruakln. Will be waking IIIUSI 1)0 wim 'II 1 1 he here.- This is the glad season of the year when the plumber geti square with the iceman. Tuilol'H UKlke WC: lawyers make divor deling Hiiiin, M SIlltH. but The woman who weds a bag egg need not expect to enjoy the matri monial yolk. Family heads who shut their roll on Cbristmai thlnga will be unable to got iii on th.. January clearing HIllOH. That critic who asserts that twelve women cannot be found to agree on a verdict in a jury trial doubtless can Tina iu.ouj women who will that he Is wrono. agree 4 Happy though! tor today Ineom tax achadulea are getting rtne. Ottawa s newer clothes pressing industry, the Bell Pantatorium, has a good "ring" to It. Fred Fullon s-ays he is entitled to another Dght with .Jack Deiiip ev Otherwise Fred i.s resting eat) and Ottght to be around afiain in a few dayB. Cable dispatches tell us there is rioting in India. Let's hope they don't Bombay. True to the Suli-liPad "Shot ti to clve name of aOM no doubt, being thai tell no talea, Boati Proverb. death, he refusea tVtn." Ills excuse, dead lueii should n Transcript. It takes ; mighty mart man to pretend that hi that way, when anca, craty life' is and to act in the bal- his Oi course, a man does not know that he Is "cuckoo" until his lawyer hills him he is. - Life's Oivieions. Tn nn avc.ae life of seventy years, fif.t Donating the first :en, o,- r'twenty fme years are spent in sleejt, over six ..tftpn ;vork. eleven months in dress nod undrtwln?, and seven months Ul cTitirch wbiytt, -uuuh - When business is dead it, moans more work for the undertakers. Remember, Away Back, When- Philip Schoch Sr. conducted a har 'fless shop on Columbus street, in one of the wood frame buildings north of Godfrey's store? The Real Big Ben. IliK Men, Ihe famous clock in tho tower of the house of parliament, London, automatically sends a signal each day to Urecuwlcb. it rarely varies so much as a second. But our Big Ben doen't behave as well. Come on, you old your memory today? some of the old hoy when Ottawa was timers. How is 1-ot's hear from b who lived here in tier prime. What have you got? $ Slim pickings today. This is all tne dope we can scare up. "WAT? FARM RIDGE Wilfred Abtram was a guest Men uay night of Arthur Hayward. Mian Bertha Hoftmun has reachec her destination. Long Beach, C'ai.. where she has gone to visit her broth er and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. William Hoffmann. Lewis Yocum has returned to hit homo in Chicago after a brief visit with his brother Arthur, mother and sinter. Mm M. J. Yocum and SttBS Winifred of Grand Ridge. Mrs. M. C. Hodgson and Mrs. Ever ett Hodgson motored to Ottawa Tues day, where they did Christmas shop ping. Another wolf lias been shot on the E. B. Williams farm, occupied by Toney Weher. Date Rowe shut one which weighed over eighty pounds, and others have been seen. The entertainment at tho fSapt Maekey school house on Friday even ing proved a success, The teachet. Miss St. hire of Streator. is to I) congratulated on the way the program was prt so&ted bv the, scholars. Mi 1. W. Antram is ill with ton Several members of the fattl tt had a siege of this affliction. e better. Albert F Mills avd daughter d in Streator on Tuesday. silitis. ilv ha but ar Mr:-. shoppc TIk s attoading the shower In hon or of Miss i.aveia Maekey report a splendid time. Refreshments www served. Mr. Grettencord motored to Ottawa recently. Mrs. John Read shopped in Ottawa recently. Mrs. Battle Patterson Of West Ot tawa spent Christmas with her daugh tcr and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Antram. Mr. and Mrs. Howard M Glarirr Of Grend Ridge entertained relatives a; dinner on Christmas day Miss Virginia Peek i visiting it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kennedies in Streatoi. The Cbristmas tree ,inil entertaln pient at St. Andrew's Episcopal church pa Friday night Uat proved a success. Mist alulli n Ii ipendlni the ChrUl in, I? holidays with homo folks. Mm, .ley Naaghton was Btreatoi caller on i i iti r'n v . Mrs. Itowo celt ilalnod company re cently, .Urn. Henry M ilieu was a Streator shopper recent! Mr, arid Mrs. Ray Atwood and fam iiy were KtieaM of the latter! parents, Mr anil Utf, Qeorga Crawford, In Booth oit.iwa. Mr. and pW. William Hacon un 1 son were rwenl Grand uii1k callers Mi a. ii mih w mian fiieini motor' aid to Btreati r vooi tttljr, MIhm Belle '.oclco was dinner gimp' lit le (ieurt' Hearth home. .mi s Muarrn tocae was a recant caller In the Ridge Mlsa Maude c rum tine of the RJdfi wn:i on tin sick IN lust week. Mrs. Levis V nt ram entertained Mrs Williamson one afternoon laat week. Mrs. Williamson ai oaHad to the Ridge by the Malta r bar mother, Mrs. Head, she djtfprted the Ural of the w ieK tor i:r ;i-..i.!ui.. after a llv a week:,' stay her air, imii mis, AJfn i GdW had as their Kuaats Mr und ! ter of Ohio. Mr. and Mr-. Thomas motored Ottawa Wednesday. Mrs. Emma Calkins of iow Oi taw, i u.'n h recent visitor at t iv W II Wattl home. A few davs aircnslH I de panted for Sun Diego, CM., aiars ' he expects to make her future hanie, William Smith w.is a business call I or In Ottawa recently. The Wergen family, former real- 1 uenio oi tula pai lah, bul for tne pas year ol two of Deei Pari township Fred Olelm Br tBwniblp, Mr I farm now DC I "' move onto i h i farm in Ottl r Creak ! Thomas, w ho owns t cuiiled hy Mr. Her hack from Vlckebofg, Q, has moved 1 Va. Miss Ada Atwood coca, who have bl University of llllo and brother Clar a attending the Is. have arrived home to ipdnd tl Mrs. Mahel II .'ililKe was a Strc Christmas holidays. C rawford of irand tor ihopper on Tues- day afternoon. Mftx Llrtnla smith did Cbrlatnuu ) i 1 . 1 1 1 , 1 1 ; :.' In Ottawa last week Miss Weil) en was a recent Streatoi r. wllllan caller ret Frank called on Shut. ently. Moore. Streati Jr. was an Ottawa wife and daughters r relatives last a oak Miss Ida ESlcab i'ark toWBahlD wa: t!i Kleth of Deer married to Henri ('. Thloe of Elgin in Ottawa Wadnee- uay, Die zi. nt. th" Methodist parson- age, by Rov, h. F. Lawler. The eouplo w. re unattended and alter the cere mony departed fcr a honeymoon, aftei which they will maKe their home in Kit in. MISS Keith was at one time o' this parish, living here with her par ents before moving to I)eor Hark. diss Mae Harris has returned home from .Mrs. Kowe's, where she has been assisting with the housework. Mr. and Mrs. John Read and fam Hy vwlted at the Byron Head home in tli Kidce recently, Mr. and Mi ,. Walter Hotter of Ohio have bet n visiting In this locality They were former residents (if the omniunity. Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Voeutn i nter tu'tied a few relatives at dinner the first a: (h wi tiiefuner'aT'fThe hit 0. Horn, which look, place at the Evangelical church In Ottawa last week. Sr, and Mrs. Fred Gleim Jr. mo tored to Streator last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bverett Hodgson and (iaughter, Miss Arlonc, were visitim; Ottawa n lativoa recently. Iewls Ant rain transacted buelness in Ottawa Hoe later part Of the week, William Bacon transacted business in Streator on Saturday. IDYL GLEN William Haver is burn hospital. His home from Hy foot is healing and he is feeling fine. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Osmunson tcrtained several relatives at en a Christmas dinner Monday. Alice Brlckson of Chicago Is spending the holidays with relatives here. Mrs. O. T. Haver is quite sick with the measles. Bernlce Hole was an Ottawa visit tor 'Monday. Mrs. Bertha Anderson spent Mon day night with her sister, Mrs. Sallle Williamson. Marcus Nelson cdjlledat Clarence Classen's Monday. The Jacob Sebby of near Newark I visited at Luther Sebby'S on Mon day. Several from here went to Norway Saturday evening, to the Christmas tree. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Varland gave a Christmas dinner to a number of relatives Sunday. Old Pennsylvania County. Chester county is the oldest In Pennsylvania, it was organised of the three original counties (Chester, Phila delphia and Bucks) of the Province of Pennsylvania, granted W William Petln hja royal charter, dated Mnrch 4. 1081, These three counties were along the right margin Of the Delaware river mid extended Indefinitely Into the in terior. SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE, j Application for Hearing and Confirma tion on Certificate of Completion. I State of Illinois, La Salle County, ss. In the County Court of La Salle Co. Notice is hereby given to all per sons interested that the City Council 1 of the City of Ottawa. Illinois, has j filed In the County Court of La Salle j County Illinois, a Certificate of com pletion and acceptance of a local im- j provement of parts of Van Buren j Street and other streets and avenues I In tho southeast part of the City of I Ottawa. Illinois, by the construction Of an asphaltic concrete pavement j thereon, said proc eeding In said Court ! being docketed as General No. 1114 8, tlmt the final hearing on said certifi- ; cete of c ompletion will he heard at I the County Court Room in the County Court House in the City of Ottawa. Illinois., on the 13th day of January. A. D. IWS, at the hour of ten o'clock a. ai. or as soon thereafter as the j business of the Court will permit. All person.1 desiring, may file Ob jections in said Court before said day, ' anci may appear on the hearing and make their defense. Dated at Ottawa, Illinois, this 2S(h day of December, A. D. mi. DOINGS OF THE I DON'T KHOW WHY YOU got him that drum fop christmas- he pounds on it all DAY LONG ! WHY PAY MORE- When you t I.er article I ( an he dOOC iet th up- plies and accessories at Sanders Auto Pnrts Co. 229 West Main St. Phone 169. FARM LANDS S m CllrAfUL h lH':, .si.f JBM '- " if t i Kc I i Al. ' E ; - Vi-- - 1 Kv'rtViti '.i , V b t i-JifKI IK7, ! Vr-?. 1 TT h-M M 1 i " I. 1 -- : TSffo ; I to ''iten'- -nam i m . trJaT: ' SSU -8c2, . .. .LrS dl H JT ttM Jf . W FOR SALE FOR SALE lPIIRI.ir sai.f rAi rwn ap unnur,,Trr, 1 ntLr wahilu l WANTED AUTO SUPPLIES. ETC. riOUSES I ' " 1 I (Mt SAI.F A small faim: part tim ber; not far from Ottawa: at a lov price. W. B. 1'1'bKV. Central UfQ Bldg. FOR SALB bmiil) farms mar On wa. ha fallows: f acres, well Improved 10 acres, garden lar.U. S4 acres, onehalf cultivated... ?5 acres, one-half tillable, bal. timber 40 acres, fairly well Improved. JO acres, three-fourtha timber, small olagi p H.rnt JO,M)0 10,S0f) 6. OK l'J.00" 2.50 US acres, mostly Diiclt, .m proved I3.00U Ami others. Term caa be si ranged . W. U. PUSEY, I FOR SALE -in acres, good house, etc.; 10 acre tract, garden very fine; also 14 acre, 40 acre, 35 acre and 34 acres. All near Ottawa. Lib eral terms JWJB. PUJIEY. Central Life Bldg PERSONAL ADDRESS WANTED fan anyone give mo the address of 15. Frank Chandler? I will he thankful. T. B. FARHELL, Tel. G48-W. SEVEN PER CENT During ten years in Sherwood's bank I was taught to the general effect, that "you cannot beat six per cent and securi ty." I believe it is a good doctrine, but there is an unusual condition to day; you can get a good seven per cent first mortgage note, ten years, Ottawa security worth many times the mortgage, a fine security, and be ing taken rapidly. Come in and ask FOR RENT water and Good S room house, city gas. Poplar St. W. 13. PUSEY, Central Life Bldg. FOR RENT Small cottage on helps street; B rooms; city water. $12.00. Prospective tenants who owe rent to any Ottawa landlord or agent, don't waste your time calling me. T. B. FARRELL. LOR IvENT Side; gas, lights; 12 851-X. -Six-room ho city water per month. on North Call phun MISCELLANEOUS McCAFFBRY shoeing and First door south WOH5HLER -Horse-acetylene welding, of poatoffico. Professional Cards I THERON LENA M Wvrick & Warrick CHIROPRACTORS. Palmer School Onates Room 212-14 Central Life lulldlng Ottawn ni Office Phone 1008, Res Phone 1110 L Honrs: lu-12. 2-5 7-8 Dr. C. A. Blears CHIROPRACTOR. Honrs; 9-n a. ui i4 r m. Licensed hy iPtnoi Health 8tnts Pord M Nicholson's Special Delivery Phone 705 Any kind, any time, anywhere "Let Nicholson's Deliver It," J Tm OTTAWA FREE TRADER DUFFS THAT DRUM IS i TOR HALF A s $l(i a mouth !u lot: Went Ride; j and .as ail paid; , house, Pt $100 down and st a good house and I' liig, sewer, water hard pine Boors in W. Ii. PUSEY, Central Life Bldg. FINE HOMH bouse, hath, conveniences. Hot water h quick aale. C FOR SALE 7 room pantry, etc. Modern In good condition. ating. Bargains for ill 578-B. FOIt RAXtBS 4 room house, small lot, C blocks of business district, Ottawa. No modern Improvements, $050 cash. Also 6 room house, city water, west sale, a bargain at $1,000. i!-ads rash, balance $15 per month. W. B. PUSEY, Central Ufa HIiIk., Ottawa. roi : kali: icond a have a ue for d v;iluf danily h ic on Modern, u will need fivi rootnai goo only $1100.00 o h, balance $25.00 per dudes Interest. Fine couple. T. B. FAHREI.L. month, which i for some youui FOR SALE Two very fine one-story brick veneered strictly modern dwellings on West Lafayette street; one Just, finished; one couple years old. New one 1(690.00; or will rent LL.tfO'u..X"V'Wft-M; oDa. r ono about 1 . n. ra:n..-. FOR SALE- 7 room hou'so, bath room, furnace, laundry, barn and garage. In first class condition, $5,-j .S0O. Also, 7 room, two story house, i furnace, bath, very large lot, $4,500. a room house, but water heat, all hard wood floor, laOBdry, 'barn, $7,200. Al) 1 In South Ottawa. Have many mora, better bargains than these. Miss Ger- trade Harris. FOR SALE -7 room cottage, batb. i gas, electric lights, 12,800; also B room cottage, hardwood QoorB, fur-1 nacg, bath, gas, laundry, $6,000; and 7 room house, hot water heat, coal used In 1920 for heating an d cooking cost $56.00; bath, fine electric fix tures, gas. laundry, 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 0 room house, fur nuce, bath, gas, laundry, (3,600; and! 7 room house, oak and enatne! wood Work, hardwood floors, very large front porch, ne.vlv painted and dec-' orated, $5,000; all in West Ottawa. Miss Gertrude Harris. , 1 FOR SALE 7 room bungalow with large front porch, hot water heat, fine bath room, large barn; two lota, i $4,500.00; an S room modern house, with glassed sun parlor, in Center Ot tawa; large lot, $8,000.00. Miss Ger trude Harris. FINE HOME house, bath, conveniences, water heating sale. Phone E FOR SALE 7 room pantry, etc. Modern ' in good condition. Hot Bargain for quick 78-L. FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS CANARIES FOR SALE Have sever-! al more of those excellent singers' left which I will sell at bargain prices j during the holidays. Every bird guaranteed satisfactory. MRS. IIRXRY SCHUMACHER. ! 524 Third St., phone 0,)!l-L. 'OR VLE- Cai or.a typewriter, ns to right par! at. this office. s new. Ter: Ired, Inquire it tf de: FOR SALE- Oray mare. A good driv er, and top buggy and harness all in good condition. ALBERT H. KOEPPE Phone 227-K. 'OR SAL "White Ri Pear! white, stay White, Wyandottea, Cocks, cock- erels, h"ns and pullets for bMeden. Regal-Dorcas, from direct Matrin stock. Hatching eggs. Ye Quill and Apple Yards. Ottawa. Ill LOST LOST -Saturday evening, hotwoei pOttoffice and More on South SW a green plush robe. I'itasc leave or call White's garage, . ALLR1GHT-IIES Hj( 0(4 HIM FOR A , ( w J HE OOESIlS" IrprP HHP ' - JOURNAL Wes mi smhmmmmbmhsm mwmmwh " Danny's Musical Career Is Ended BY ALLMAN tT. T I Civ.- I LL HIDE THAT Dpi IM - I I SBBBHEn FT BEN L. DIMMIG 8 miles west of Grand Ridge Stock, Machinery, etc. JANUARY 3, 1922. BARNEY FRICHOEFER 2 Miles Northrast of Cherry Stock and Machinery JANUARY 3, 1922 C. T. FATLAND i mles west of Sheridan Stock, Machinery, Furniture, etc. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 4 DAVID BURKE 4 miles north of Utlca JANUARY 4, 1922. ED VVIDEMAN West Otlawa Dairy Cattle JANUARY o, 1922 OoCAR PALMER Miles North of La Salle Stock and Machinery JANUARY 10. 1922 FRED J. BETTHNDORF Sublette, III. Farm, Stock, Machinery, Grain JAN. 10, 1922. JULIUS VALLET 4'2 fvPles Wes" Ottawa Stock and Machinery JANUARY 11, 192? LOUIS H AGLZNBUCH "Stock and lYtrchinery JANUARY 11, 1922 CHARLES KINNEGAR 10 Miles Northwest of Ottawa Stock JANUARY 12, 1922 FRED TW AIT 3 miles south of Cheridan Stock, Machinery and Household Goods. JANUARY 16, 1922 WILLIAM DOUGHERTY 5 Miles South Earlville Stock and Machinery JANUARY 17, 1922 LOUIE Kl. 6 miles south of Stock, Machinery, JANUARY i.NE Marseilles Tools, Etc. 17th NORA TH ORSON and CHARLES O. THORSON, Admr. 2' 2 Miles North of Sheridan Stock and Machinery JANUARY 19, 1922 NORA THORSON 2 miles north of Sheridan Stock, Machiyiery, etc. JANUARY 19, 1922. RUDOLPH NE.LSON 2 Miles North La Salle Stock and Machinery JANUARY 21, 1922 WILLIAM STONE Vz Mile South Htenanvllla Stock and Machinery JANUARY Jl, 1922 MRS. MARY AKINS 2 Miles Southeast Troy Grove Stock ,-.na Machinery FEBRUARY 2. 1922 MRS. LILY M. PEARSON & SON 1 mile cast of Utica Entire Personal Propsrty FEBRUARY 2nd, 1922 DOMINIC MADDEN 4 Milos East Triumph Stock and Machinery FEBRUARY 8. 1922 SAM SCHWARTZ 5 Miles South Mendota Stock a-.d Machinery FEBRUARY 9, 1922 MRS. JOSEPHINE NAGLE & SON 4 miles east and 1 mile south of Grand Ridge 2nd Annual Hog Sale THURSDAY. FEB. 15 Send us your sale dates men Send us your order for sale bills. The best ser vice, two color bills and the lowest in prices. Free Trader-Journal Ottawa Phone 118 If. M ANTED -him ni"ii. Apply at l'ub lien Service compai: Alain St. AOBNT8 WANTED for every town Jl lookilf for bargain. My cus and OTory eoSinnX. b2i tK S"?' 0 bf "'a,rrlet1' aB tho DOS l and most hnproTOd winter tops for Fords. Retails MR r' th i,9t 1 and newest Osborne Co III. on the uarki 406 Elm St., t. W. II. Rockford, tf WANTED Many young business hustlers In every county in Illinois to earn splendid sure income by help ing me to Increase private Florida orange trade. Write quick and will have northern representative call. Ueo. Andrews, Palm Beach, Fla. WE PAI spare iin teed wear ready. Pre to working necessary. Darby, Pa. 186.00 weekly. 75c hour le selling hosiery guaran- four months. Fall line war prices. Free samples agents. Experience un- Perfectwear Hosiery, MF.V wanted for detective work. Ex perience unnecessary. Write J. Qanor, former Gov't Detective, St. Louis, Mo. ATTENTION, Agents and Mail Ohfri Men. You can build up a good enstaeas which -will mean an income-! for life. Send for free booklet of uu solicited testimonials like this: Toft Dodjre, Iowa, Sept. 23, 1919. Rheuma tism Herb Company. Dear Sir" TI", tmi' ,ifti'i n-r.., .ift'.rs and '!tJ walked downtown two miles to sec ma last Siuiday, and now hiji ytje !-: also taking the Herb food baths, so yoi: see I girt re mits the first time. Respectfully. ' A. D. Hall. Price f , Pound. IB Pounds $5, RHEUMATISM HERB CO,, K 997. Ocean Park. Cal. I FOR RENT I OK SALE OR RENT Large, modern house; built about fifteen years; with garage; easy terms. Owner, AUG. KRlENKK, Ninth St., Peru, 111. NO" ICE OF PUBLICATION CHANCERY. State of Illinois, La In the Circuit ( Term, A. D. 1922. Uda Trnnkel vs. .1 Chancery. Hill f No. 25712. Salic kmrt, Cnuntv- tinlu :rce. in Dli Affidavit of non-i Trunk el having b Clerk's office of tin said county, notice by given to th ssi esid en CI; nee of Joan filed in the ;uit Court of therefore heu n on-resident d' ndant that the complainant Sled her Of complaint m said Court, in the hi de tl on the 90th (lay rid that there- of November. Upon a surnmo Court, wherein iiiK, returnable !1 issued d suit ir the sect of paid w pond Monday D. WB2, II itb of required. Now. unless non-resident defendant shall personally be and said Circuit Court, on if the next term thereof t Ottawa, in and for tie1 n the second Monday In 1922, and plead, answe" Raid complainant's bill ( the same and the mat-1 you, aboi i the said named. appear before the first dav I to be holden i said county, o March, A. 1). or demur to Of complaint. and Ml v things therein charged ;;nl! ii bo taken as confessed, and entered against you accord e prayer of said bill. JOHN L WTTZEMAN, Clerk. I iti to tl Otta wa, ETBR ti Illinois, December I. 1921. 1 MACARTHCR. Compt's Sol. RENOVATING Mattresses, Featherljeds and Plllowt renovated ard made over. Box Springs, Sofa and chair seat Springs reset and repaired at reason' able prices. Phone 837-X or 8end to GEORGE BAUCHLE 1519-1523 Main St West Side JAS. DARLING Auctioneer Phone 838-K Ottawa PADt nvi. UlllgVa iJtffwKIMKW liiBBBBnnrai WANTED The best flat or email house In Ottawa which Is for ront. means and wants nice place. It must be close to business center. T. B. FAR REEL. THE FREE TRADER - JOURNAL AND FAIR DEALEK 115 West Main Strait FREE IRADEB-JOURSAL PTL CO. Fubllshere. NEW 70RK REPRESENTATIVES 9. C. Thels Company. 355 Fifth Ato, CHICAGO RJCPRLS ENTA1IVEH 3. C. Thais Company, iA Moaadnoo Block. MINNEAPOLIS REPRESENTATITl d. C. Theis Company, 706 Lincoln Bid. The Free Trader-Journal may ba found at the new? depots of Wheeler & Malo, Kneuasl Brothers and Pyle'f CUCkf 8tor 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, Morrla, Mlnooka, Rockdale and Jollet, 111., In a. m. t!:00, 7:55, 9:55, 11:55. In p. m., 1:55, 3:55, c4;55, 5:55, 8:05, 10:00. WESTBOUND Westbound cars leave Ottawa sta tion for Utlca, La Salle, Peru, Spring Valley, Ladd. DePue, Bureau, Prince ton in a. m. ao:55, k6:52, fS:50, a9:5B, (110:55, fll:55. In p. m., al:55, f3:B5, a5:55, 17:55. (110:00. SOUTHBOUND. Soulhbound cars leave Ottawa sta tion for Grand Ridge, McKinley Park and Streator In a. m, 5:55, 7:55, 11:55 In p. in., 1:55, 3:55, 5:55, 10. a La Salle. c Morris, dally except Sunday! and holidays, d -Ladd. f Princeton. g Ladd, daily except Sundays and holidays. ALWAYS BUY TICKETS AND 8AVH MONEY. TICKET OFFICE! OPEN A. M. TO 11:36 P FROid M. TO 6:10 TICKET FARES CHICAGO Via Jollet, III., and Chicago & Jollet Electric Railway. 3 Aft Round One ff O- VV Trip Way 91.03 (Return trip limited to ten days.) Round One Trip Way FAST FREIGHT SERVICE. Phone agents for full Information. FINAL SETTLEMENT Lester J. Horan, Attorney-at-Law Estate of -Catherine Sheehy, Notice Is hereby given to all persona '' d In said Estate, that the un dersigned. Executor of the last Will and ther Testament of said Katherine hy deceased, will annear heforA the Probate Court of the County of La Balls mid State of Illinois, at tho County Court House, in Ottawa, in raid County, on Monday, the 13th day of February, ,. D., 1922, for the pur pose of rendering an account of Its proceedings in the administration of said Estate for the Rnal settlement, when and where and all persons in teresjtod may appear and show cause, It any there be. why such account should not be approved by the Court. Dated at Ottawa, this 15th day oi December, 132 1 . THE FIRST TRCST COMPANY of Ottawa, llllnohj Executor. Attest: WHJLtAM C FLICK, Cl-uk Prohate Court, La Sale CQtfc I