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the ottah a vim: timduiwoi unxu ' PAGE FIVB gj n i it t m : 1 1 1 1 1 n i m 1 1 li L' M ' 11 'M 1 1 'i-' L JlllLi' HARRIET and the PIPER Kathleen Norris IHuttraiium if Irwin Myers aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiillllllllllllllii; c tpyflQtil tv KiinijLT, Nurru SYNOPSIS. CIIAT'TKR I Harriet Plttd. twentl 1(1. 1 psar! nld itii'! bsaUUfut, !x tin' to rial ssjerstary of thu lUrtatloua Mrs 1st balls carter, at "Crowntands." Richard CsrtsT'i bonis, and governess if 17-year- Id Nil! I'ait'i ulU. iw ruui yuan old uuu ItinirTssloas Wlr. fancies hunsvll in lu itii bis niottiar'a attractive sccr tury tor. L'arUf'l In tout "offsjr" ! with ynuiiK Anthony Pops atul the youth lit taking it vwy isrtously, CHAPTER tl. Prsaldlni nvr th tsa caps tiiifi sumresr afternoon, KarrisI i. profoundly disturbed by the arrival of a vlaltor, Royal Blondln. n.-m day. at a ten party in t tt - i ity, Blondln makes h m- Hflf HKi'rteabU to Nina, and leaves a de p iiuiirt'Miun on ih unsophisticated slrl CIIAfTFIl lit - Harriet ' bk'.i St on over lh at'pi-arano of Blondln ai "CroarubMitls" I explain'! by tin- fact tluit ha bail been a disturbing element in lier life ten yearn before, and nbe fears hiin. na man la an uvo.vcd adventurer, living on t tin gullibility of the Idle rich He frankly arinoum e to Harriet tils In ten lull uf inurylng Nina. who. its thi daughter of the wealthy Rli hard Carter, in a iugi.lv desirable "catch, " and urges her to aid lilni Slio In In a . m i" nil power, and after pleading alth hint to abandon his heme SI"SSS to ioliow a policy of neutrality. CHAPTER I Harr'et visits her mar ried sister. Unda Davenport, with whom he dad had bar home during her unfor tunate acquaintance with Blondln, and telle her of iug reappearance, lie two women, realising the unscrupulous nature of lh man, view the future with appro hfliml. n CHAPTER V - Knowing the lender felling she 1, is I'l'j ir.'d ;'i oil i'.ii .r, Harriet I tempted to marry hlBl for tlje position Had wealth he ran five her, though realizing ehe rlois not hue h!m Hiondin baa Ingratiated himself with Madame Carter. Klehard's mother, and aha Is whole -heart lly I" :.i"r of Lis marriage with Nina. Ward urges liar i iet to man y him at on e she procras ItnatM ('HAI'Tf:n vi Angered at his wife's too open flirtation with young Anthony rope. Richard I'.irler markedly allows his lehentn.e'it Isnhelle, ardently returning her fouthful lover's attachment, el i with film on Ids ya ht, and pun :.t If useless. The nee s of tie sensational af fair, exaggerated, of course, by gossip, Is kept as much as possible from being public prop- rty rr was (7 the old lady's Jienutlflwl silling otn that Iliirrii'i ..-is sum nmnod U few uiluutes bitw. She knew nt hv ti nt l.c I ad told his mother All hi know nnd feaveM Mnilaiiio Carter was shockingly ni tstea) Sin- had a deep sense of the drcituajAi 'oil sl'f was n t i'!ii!il a. t Ing now. Ber face whs pale under Its roiiep. ami the painful tears of age stood In her eyes. "Miss Field!" said Winluuu' Carter, "we have Just had a most terrlble-a ninst QMBpectod blow I" Bnrrii i simulated expectancy. "There is every reason to lelleve," purstjed Madame Carter, majestically, "thai my unfortunate daughter-in-law, Wr. Carter's wife, isnbelle, lias yield ell to tlio passion of lur lover! No, let me tali;. Klelinrd," si,.. Interrupted herself, as the man rais.-d haggard e.M'S to WMll'l heller to face Sou tells in, wellAtgh Iner forgiiting tin her Impel many. "Tar My ie facts, my dear Miss Field the 1 1 Honor of w.imanh.iod, claims of maternity " Richard did not have Interruption, hut his ami tin' tender c "MISs Field," the mnniier of quiet voice domli nmie the less M I the oilier voice ic Carter fell si- lent, and watched him with mournful pride. "Miss Field," he said, "we Want your help. The tacts are these: Williams had all the roads watched; they did not ro by motor. Mrs. Car ter reHched New London at five o'clock yesterday ; pope's hoot, the fleislia, pulled out at half i i -t si-. From what Williams' nun picked up. nt the dock. Pope lihl not expect her. was to have sailed this morning. She ar rlvedi ntul evidently lie thoughl it wise to hurry their start. The pier had n dozed boxes for the Belsl reries and whnl net. Mi heliind: They will proba coast for a few (1.1JS, a on It. irro II they left ily skirt Ihe and jmt in somewhere for sujipl'es. Bui lliat" he pajneed his luind wear! I across bis I forehead "that doe':i)'l concern ns now..' ,We am there nt '.en last iiIkIiI - i hours too late, of course." His vdee j fell, Ue tnused, with a knitted brow, . "Wcl)!" he -aid. suddenly reofllllrtg j blTiiself. "Now Mi-s pioid, l want you t ;et hold of Ward, I want Hi j hoy fivino at once! He must hnovr, Bui there is of course a chance that Mrs, Carter i---ts planning to return. Tin it may be a woman friend with her di's mil probable, btX i s nssi. ble. I don'l wanl any one in the house, or mil of it. to suspect, and if you Bp'iik li is possible, I should !!!; Nina prote. led !" I nnnei-siali ly. lie crossc flrsl lime in I larriei said. we i the hail, and for the j four years entered lsa j helle's sn:ii exiiulHte oi iinaiinouneed, it was M" ; streams of late aft II noun litiit were falling on the gay walls and the bright ehintaes. The novels I.-ahelle had lieen skimniiny. Hip gold service of her dressing 'uMe the great four-poster with its deeps nl transparent while embroideries, over white, all spoke of the beautiful wom an who had spent so many hours here. Or the dressing table, with iis splen did length doubled In the mirror, was the jrreat fan lhat her hand had Idly wielded, only n few days ago, in an hour of domestic felicity and happi ness What to tell Nina? she wondered, K"lnu downstairs. But Nina proved pleasantly indifferent to the mate;'! absence when she and Amy came Up jfriiUiUiie tejiuis court for tea, Tu tilt- luoal or inn who cfitno riilllni TTtir- iii i. LiMtallad quite naturally now be lilntl Hie cupi nini suueora, explained S Unit Mrs. Carter mis visiting wlrb s frlon'li bavins n beautiful ttauei ton, r1 Rparontly, Si rVrhnv Nina suepeefed Mint enme- s thlmi v' 1 unusual, Hue looked (row 2 I'M' (taluer Harriet, ntul nf ler n :! moment's IIiimi RgkH nWraftlyi "Wlioii !m MiiiIht coming back?" "i tlon'l know " bar father in gvvorotl, quickly, "Bay, listen ; hm e tolng in dreMt" nsked Amy. Mnn, Injtnntl) fllvertetl, auitgeetetl Dmi Ibej bo Iii. Klna'i twkwurd blgneaa and Amy's iiiouhj moil rni tones v.i'io rs wi ii displayed in i in1 garment us aiiothet', imi liotli Blrla debnted over plpks and bltteg prepen and mulls, every evening, ;'s If the world wan a'atddng them alone Harrlei lingered f ir oifly a word, "Mr. Carter, h occurred t" me thai i.M Mm, Singleton la going in Call forn!a. in her hum cur, tomorrow. I was tvondertng if we might com Ode in Mi'-. Ulngletop-ehe was al ways very fond of Mrs. Carter- and irlva "in the Impression thai Mrs. Car ter bad suddenly derided to make the trip wiili her." illif c m "The Ccisha, Pidled Out at Half Past Six." "Ti.ai's aii idea." Richard said, thoughtfully. "I could see Mrs. Sin- "it might serve for only a few days," Harriet submitted, "Yes I see," lie ngreed, slowly, "Well, I can give Nina a hint now!" Harriet said, going. Bui it was tin late for any soothing deception of Nina. A scene was in full progress in Nina's bedroom, and Harriet's eye had mdv to to frmii the prone form on the bed to the ! crushed newspaper that had drifted to i the floor, to know that the secret was i out. I-alielle's face, radiant and hart ' py, looked out from the iuf.'p. it was 1 flanked by two smaller pictures, Rich" ard's and Anthony Pope's. Harriet ' could sen the hi;; letters: "Young Millionaire Wife of Richard Carter." The deluge was upon them. "fill -It's a lie It's a lie! My beau- i tifui little motherl" Nina was sob bing. "Oh, no, it's not true! It's a i lie ! Oh. how shall I ever hold up my bend againto he disgraced now Just when I'm so young- ami hn-h- i happy I" j Nina, my child, control yourself!" ; Harriet. Ignoring the staring and pale- I faced Amy. sat down on the edge of ; the bed, ami shook the girl Slightly, I "You mustn't j.dve way! Come now, i my dear, you must face this li;e a ' woman. Think how your father anil j Ward will look to you" Acting, all uf it, saiil Harriet in her ! soul. But despite the youthful appe- ' tit" for heroics, there were real tears i in Nina's eyes, as there had been in her grandmother's a few hours ago. i "Yes. that's true!" she said, wiping I n swollen" face on the handkerchief j Harriet supplied. "But "h 1 don'l be lieve it, and my father will sue Ihem I for libel, you see if he doesn't I My mother's the purest and sweetest and i best woman alive and I'll kill any one i who says any different I" "Oo-OO, to see it in ihe paper there light on the bod." said Amy, in her reedy, colorless little voice, as Nina stopped suddenly. "Oo-oo, l thought Won would die!" Nina began to cry ftgnln, lui! more quietly. "I cucss I had better go" Amy finished, plaintively, "Cli, ho!1 said Nina, in a choked Voice, as she Clung to her frilled. "o. nniiing! yen stay With me. Oh, I mttsl go see niy father, and my poor! grandmother! Oh, Amy, perhaps you had belter go, for my family will need the tonight. My mother" .said Nina crying again, she ami Amy parted solemnly, with many kisses, "It's a thine that mild happen to: me, or to any girl," said Amy gravely. Harriet had an Upsetting vision of Btotit, high-busted Mrs. Ilawkes, pantj Ing us she dIsettSSed Ihe details uf the lied Cross drive, but she was very sympathetic with the young elrls, anil von li greed with Ninn. when Amy was gone, Hint it would be much more sen sible t take her bath, and put on her while organdie, and then en find her t:ii her. They dined almost silently, nml were j aboui to disperse quietly far the night. I after an Inmr of half-hearted Con versa- j Hon in the drawing room, obvienjalj endured by Richard simply fof his! mothers sake, when Ward burst in.! He had traveled almost four hundred miles by motor that day. bis faro was streaked with dirt and oil. and ghastly with fattgaa, went straight to his father. 'T. t TIF, CONTlNUtTD.) Try Free Trader-Journal Want Ads J for quick results. "... ; .. '. vs i iStS i : Ss. DOINGS OF THE HIV, DA.MNV, DON'T THOSE MOTS WITH TEETH - WAIT, I'LL A MOT CRACK px JBtanawjuvtas'i.- . TOR EALE AUTOMOBILES. Foil SALE -Rao speed wagon, new two toll box and convrrtlbbi top, good rubber and good mechanical con dltion, nlsu ford ton truck with cab ami dump box. Good rubber. .; CROWE 60t niinots St. aphone 936.K AUTO SUPPLIES. ETC. . " vr k . f You, mr. Auto Uwner- '.loin iln- crowd of wise buyers who .have found that "better goods at low- er prices" exist at Banders. Tires as low as o.tt. ureal savings on trora parts. Sanders Aulo ?r,:s Co. 'i HOUSES. Foil SAltKJ 'Fine residence property, modern, at ball valuation; also a. small farm, 10 to in acres. W n. PUSEY, Central Bite Bldg. m u i . r- ' " v -i p n . m&t mM i bh m . k o zjk m t i UMaV .e r ' V Is nT isaaysa. ITJT ,. - A .Ts, aasW RW BU r - - ,' riv laV'TWi T A m I i; rn en is is i i i u iniinn i in nmnaiii i T-rrr ii. ;ssjiMa-" iirrj . misT..i i ;,c jmi,, . wrw,.iv ratii'Musssa A i . FOR SALE Dwelling at TJl K. Ca nal avenue, with three bus, $1000. Just north of old Franklin public school. Tel. 648-W T. H. FARRELL, FINE HOME FOU SALE 7 room n T7Z " ,t r house, hath, pantry, vm: Modern I FJL?AL,?7:pearl 5vTtte,Sfa A lute, 1 conveniences. In good condition. Hot Uhlt0 wyandottes. Ccok?. ccck water heath? e;. Bargain lor ijttick ete' '"'ns anfl l"illfits for breeders, pale. Phone 578-L. Kegul-Dorcas. fruni direct Matrin stock. Hatching ecea. FOlt SALE Reardon dwelling, 1021 j 'e Quill ami Apple Yards. Walnut streak .Complete house, Ottawa, 111. lurnace, bath, atg rooms, one Hoor large lot, barn, chicken house. $!;, L'liO.Oi). I sold it a year aen for $:!, 700. Bargain. T. B. FARRELL. roil SAl.K A snan. 1 00 down and $40 a month buys a t-ood house and lot; West J-'hi"; paving, sewer. Wate and gas all paid; hard pine floors in house. W. B, PUSEY, Central Lit.' BldK. FINE HOME FOR BALE 7 room bouse, bath, pantry, etc. Modern conveniences, in pood condition. Hot water heating. Bargains, for quick sale. Call B78L. FOR SALE 8 room house, small lot, i blocks of business district, Ottawa. N'o modern improvements, $660 cash. Also 6 room house, city water, west s.'de, a bargain at. $1,000 2-ftda cjab, balance $16 per month. W. I!. POSEY, Central Life Bide.. Ottawa FOR SALIC 7 room house. bath room, furnace, laundry, barn ami garage, In first ciass condition, $i, 500. Also, 7 rocm. two story house, furnace, bath, very large lot, $4,600. room house, hot water heat, all hard WANTED .Many young business wood door, laundry, burn, $7,200, Ail hustlers in every county In Illinois in South Ottawa. Ihive many eaore, to earn splendid sure income by lielp- better bargains than ihese. Mi s Oer- Ing me to Increase private' Florida trude Harris orange trade. Write quick and will have northern representative call. fop. SALE 7 room oottage, bath, , Get. Andrews, Palm iieach, Pla, gas. electric lights, $2,v".i: also b room oottage, hardwood floors, fur nace bath, gas, laundry, $6.000j and MISCELLANEOUS. 7 room house, hoi v,ater he.it,' coal " used in 1920 for beating an dcoOklng I SEVEN PER CENT- Now is tin; time cost $5G.Oo; bath, fine electric fix-, to buy a few first mortgage notes tures, gas, laundry, large barn ; will ; of one of Ottawa's le st business be sold at a bargain. All in East Ot ' firms. Security four time- the value tawa. Miss Gertrude Harris. of ihe loan. Can Elve vou notes of "Oil SA'.E New brick 6 room bunga low, modern, lu tirst class comli lon. 5,8fl0; also 0 room house, fur nace, hath, pu 7 room houe, work, hardwo', front porch, n orated. $5.00u; laundry, ,.Siu; and ink and enamel wood 1 floore, very l.'.'ge wly pal i'i ed and dec all in West Ottawa. .Miss Cert rude liuiris FOR BALE 7 room bungalow with large front porch, hot water heat, fine hath room, largo barn; two lots, HrSOO.OO; an S room miMlern hOQM, with glassed sun parlor. In Center Ot tawa; large lot, 18,000 00. Miss Oer trude 'irii-rls FOR SALE HORSES. FOR SALIi Oray mare. A good driv er, and top buggy and harness all In good condition. ALBERT 11. KOEPPB. Phono 227-K. SWiVVNiVVVVNVV REAL ESTATE FOR SM.K A ber; not !ar i , farm; part tlnt Ottawst; at a lo B. PU8KT, tral Life niilir. FOR BAL B ,M seres, good houoe. etc.; 10 .or" tract, carden very fine; also 11 arte. 10 acre. 35 acre and .1' acres All : ar Ottawa. Lib eral terms W. B. PL'SLV, Central Life Bldg DUFFS CRACK VOUR GET VoU ER 1 r-- WHEKC 19 THAT ( MOT CRACKEC THAT WAS HOUSEHOI.O GOOD? WE if WK a high grade piano near y which we '.''ill sell td a patty Completing monthly payments, CABLE PIANO FACTORY, 301 Bo. WabaBh Ave., Chicago. for sale miscellaneous. FOR SALE- FIrst-clasa Wltto ;;aso- line saw ('-.ltiit; never used week and II a new; seven horse pow n : made. which carl be removed ami engine ;s:-j for other work ail mounted o irun truck with pole for two boraea' ,,;.ttit cost nearly 300, hut have n' , ,.s for it and will sail fat $l&o. See I v. r.;.vUr lor full mi rt iciilars. ,;, - Wffi. OR B A l. K White Wyandotte Cockerels. Phone 9083I1 0. MASTERS. CANARI . !.r. Have sever excellent Blngers i at bargain prices b. Every bird MRS, HENRY SCHUMACHER, 5:'t Third St., phone 959-L WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED -.' good sized residence. Close in. for about 15,000.80. Tel. 14,S-W T. It. FARRELL. r WANTED 9 want in South Oltaw Would like rood h mail residence .a, $2500 to $:i"u0. ocath n. What have T. i:. FAjjRELL. 648-W i li room cottage on North Side ot Otta wa. See me at my office or drop me a letter describing what you have t offer and l shall Investigate promptly WANTED- I want to rent the best Hat or small house available, in the city. Will pay good rent. Two people, Would like close in, Tel. lii,S-V T. I!. FARRKLL. seven per cent, for t'"i years. TnO best loan l ever bandit 4. 1 recom mend it highly. Telephone me to fall on you or come I" tuy desk. I Tel. 648-W T, FARRELL. College Bldg. j . ! LADiEa - We i. aeh hahPdr diu. IHE FrtEE TRADER - JOUHNAL I AND FAIR DE ALF.rl 115 West Main St re it FBEE THAIH.H-JOURNAI, PTi.. 0). Puol'ehera. NEW TOHv RKPIIKSKNTATIV-" : S. C. Thus Oromnv, 35R Fi! At' j CHICAGO REPRESENTATIVES H 0 Theis imnany, 8fi Mnasr' i m,v F poi 18 RKIJi;8CN I AT1V y- C rhei- Onrfloanv "oe t in- ' fb "naer-aonrna' msi .nid it r.- i pwi depots ct Whfle. ii- Mal Kceassl Brothers and Pyle' Cigar Jlore. i Give and Take OH HEL.EM, HERC, HELPLESS. IT was Right IN THE Same Place it v rAVj IN HtRc. y vAS v -, -r -vis - leaaBM.! rjssj WANTED SITUATIONS. WANTTE By a middle-agi 1 woman it!i little boy, a p-.isltlon dolus on- W. st. I'op WANTED Work by the day. by experience:! woman. Call 3-12-K. HELP WANTED MALE. AGENTS LOCAL MANAGER AN!) DISTRIBU tor -Mrs. K. Pepples, 217 Lafay ette st. Phone tts-x. Another Btei izol product, Sterlzol Salva Th Fruneo-American combination treat ment boxes. A complete day an Bight treatment lor the dry, normal or the oliy skin. l-.'ro corporation manufacturing noncompetitive product that has con clusively proven that it aids in pto ducing larger crops, is opening a branch in each county ami required the services of a capable man to act as Manager, Applicant must lui com petent to handle large sums of money, Iiire and handle help. $500 required. Fully secured. This piopnsltion should net a live man $5,000 to $20,0i'0 per ear. Hie advertising campaign al ready started Including full page ads !.i national magazines. When writ-! ing Kive full particulars in first letter to t"eure interview. Applicant must be able to come to Chicago for in structions. Unless you can do so at once, meet all requirements of this ad and your reputation is faultless, save jour stamps and our time. Will pay ail expenses to and from Chicago !f you quality This Is a real oppor tunity and presents itself but once in a. lifetime, Write or wire Immediately. NATIONAL NITRO-BACTER COR PORATION, Ltd., Transportation Building, Chicago, WANTED Reliable man to net as! District Superintendent and book ! orders for fruit and ornamental trees, roses, shrubs, etc. Protected terri- tory. Fay weekly. Knight & Host-1 wick, Nurserymen. Newark, New . York State. AGENTS WANTED For every town i and every community. Sell the best and most improved winter tops for Fords. Retails $S6 It'" the best ' and newest on the market. W. H Osborne Co., 40G Kim St., Rockford, i ill. tf ATTENTION. Agents and Mall Ord Men. You can build up a good business which will mean an Inoom for life. Send for free booklet of uu solicited testimonial!) like thi- For' Dodge, Iowa. Sept. L'3, 1919. Rheuma If.ism Herb Company, Hear Sirs: Th man 1 treated with your Rheutnutisn llerhs only used it live days, and h walked downtown two miles to s- me last Sunday, and now his wife ic aiso taking the Horb food baths, so you see I got re:iuUs the Brst time Respectfully, A. D, Mail. Price $ Pound, 15 Founds $3. RHEUMATISM HERB CO.. K 997, Ocean Park Cal. LEGAL. NOTICE. Theodore rhorson, late of La Salle and Si ito tne llli- u O t MIU 111 Wl Dated tin AMRK,V HKLLAND, state of Bets y Tt NFottos) is hereby i signed, Adminit t mv ;l ite ! unty ' Pro- ( r eased, w ill appear hi tore ii ite otirt of Mild rOUOty, on iior la) t bring t!v sixth thf daj i of ii ;rt M h, 19J3, at 11,. Probal mi. in Ottawa, lu aid t h ) and where all person1 ' lima or demand-; aeahist s i .re noM'lei to attend and prr DatTsd the 29tB day o; Novi THOMAS L. THOR80N, Wi ,.rk. Ill . Administrator. O, S Haged Attorney tor Lstato. I VOU"D HAVE TO t3E A DETECTIVE TO UNO ANV -THlN'7 AROUND A (- THIS HOUSE i-Vi PUBLIC SALE CALENDAR JULIUS VALLiiT 8 Miles West of Ottawa ttock and Machinery JANLAI'.Y 13 NORA THOSSON 2' 1. miles north of Sheridan Stock, Machinery, etc. JANUARY 19, 1922. CHARLES HAGIE Grand Rapids Township Stock and Machinery MONDAY, JANUARY 23 CI-IARLES AND THEODORE H AG! f Horses, Cattle, harm Machinery 4' . Miles East and 1 Mile North Gr-ird Ridge. MONDAY, JAN. 23 ED. IRVIN 1 mile east of Arlington Stock and Machinery MONDAY. JANUARY 23rd RUDOLPH NELSON 2 Miles North La Salle Stock and Machinery JANUARY 24. 192 TOBIAS 7 HORSON Otter Creek Township Stcc.x and Machinery JANUARY 24 FRANK BANNON 4 mils south-west of Ottawa Sto ;k and Machinery JANUARY 25th CORNELIUS DONALDSON I Mile West Kinsmore JANUARY 25 MICHAEL TOMASZEWSKI 4Vi Miles West of UtlCS Stock and Machinery JANUARY 26, 1922. CLARENCE GORDON 3 miles norlhwest of Ransom POLANDS JANUARY 26, 1922. E. H. DOLDER 14 Mile West of Serena Stock, Farm Machinery. Etc. THURSDAY, JANUARY 26 A. F. WATTS First farm north of Peru Holslcin Cattle FRIDAY, JANUARY 27 TIM MURPHY 2 Miles West of Troy Grove Stock and Machinery MONDAY. JANUARY 30 CARL B. T hvON Utica Townrhip itock and Machinery JANUARY 31 MRS. CLARA RASMUSSON 7 miles south of Seneca Stock, F.-rm Machinery, etc. WEDNFSDAY, FTPRUARY 1st OTTO BOEHM 'j mile south-east of La Salle Stock aid Machinery FEBRUARY 1st MRS. MARY AKIN3 2 Milis Southeast Troy Grove Stock and Machinery FEBRUARY 2, 1922 MRS. LILY M. PEARSON & SON 1 mile east of Utlca Entire Psrson-I Property FEBRUARY 2nd. 1922 DOMINIC MADDEN 4 Miles East Triumph Stock ."nrj Machinery FCBRUARY 8, 1 022 PHILIP CONATY, Stock and Machinery A miles West of Ottawa FEBRUARY oth SAM SCHWARTZ 5 Mites Ssuth Mendota Stock and M,i,-hirery FEBRL'ARY 0, 1922 AUGUST WITT.IEOFT 7 Miles North of La SaMe stock and Machinery TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 14 MRS. JOSEPHINE NAGLE & SON 4 miles east and 1 n ile south of Grand Ridge 2nd Annual Hog Sale THURSDAY, FEB. 15 PAT WOODS ',2 mile south of Prane Center S'.ock and Machinery FE3RUARY Idth NEL. bENSON 1 Mile South Hickory Point Stocl- and Machinery FFBUARY 18 ED. McNELLIS I icon'1 co'tacje on .,ici.son street IAN ' r Y gist, 2 P. M. Send us your sale dates BY ALLMAN DE-TrCTIVE.? WHV 70O WOOLU.'J'T u-iis rir ou f good sorglar! FOR SALE OK RENT Urge, moo- em house, with two lots and ga.nge also bearing cherry and plum trees, shade trees, sidewalks and pavod For Quality, 1'rices ami Service see I ire, i. VI . . KiRlENKB, Peru. 111. FOR RKNT- Good 8 room house, city water and gas. Poplar St. W. B. PUSE-?, . j Central Life Bldg. i FOR RENT Small cottage, 1241 Phelps Bt. $12.00 per month. Ref erences. T. B FARRELL. r ' FOR KENT- -Renders' house on East . Juliet street. 86.00 and worth it. 1 Immediate possession. Tel 648-W T. H. FARRELL. Mr. Farmer: 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 Professional Cards (HERON LENA M, Warrick & Warrick CHIROPRACTORS. Falaier School Oraouates Ottawa, 111. Office Phone 1008, Res. Phono 1110 L Hours: 10-12. 2-5. 7-8. Dr. C. A. Blean CHIROPRACTOR. Honrs; 9-12 a. m.. M p. m. Licensed by Illinois State Board of Health. Oeorr 919.14 Central LI nUfllm, RENOVATING Mattresses, Festherbeds and Pillows renovatsd and made over. Box Springs, Sofa and chair seat , Springs reset and repaired at reason able prices. Ptione 837-X or send to GEORGE BAUCHLE 1S19-1S23 Main Bt West Side CHICAGO, OTTAWA & PEORIA RAILWAY OTTAWA, ILL. Elective Oct. 9th, 1921. EAST80UND Bastbound cars leave Ottawa sta tion for Marseilles, Seneca, Morris, Minooka, Rockdale and Joliet, 111., In a. m. 6:00, 7:66, 9; 66, 11:55. In p. '.v. , 1:55, 3:53, C4:66, 5:55, 8:05. 10:00. WESTBOUND Westbound car3 leavo Ottawa sta tlon for Utlca, La Salle, Peru, Spring Valley, Ladd, DePue, Bureau, Prince ton In a. in. a0:55, gti:52, fS:50, a9:6l, in p. m., al:66, f3:56, a5.55, fT:55. dl0:00. SOUTHBOUND. Southbound cars leavo Ottawa sta tion for Grand Rldfie, McKlnley Park an I Streator in a. m., 5:55, 7:65, 11:55. In p. m 1:55, 3:55, 5:65, 10. aLa Salle. Morris, dally except Sundays and holidays, d -Ladd. f Princeton. g Ladd, daily except Sundays and holidays. 5 : BUT TU'KBTS AND BAV1 MONEY. TICKET OFFICE OPEN FRO :4t A. II. TO 11:11 P. M. TICKET FARES TO CHICAGO Via Joiitt, III., and Chicago A Jollst Electric Railway. $3.00 2ry$L8! Kt-tur' trip limited to ten days.) -i!T PLIGHT SERVICE. EXPRESS HANDLED ON ALL CAHt AT LOW RATE8. Phono afWtl f"r full Information. FOR RENT Mpii