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TUESDAY, JXNUARY 4, 1922. Tin: oitaw.v rin:i: Tit A dish- JOURNAL UIIHIIIIIIIIlllHlll)llll)illllH1llllll!!iml HARRIET and the PIPER By Kathleen Norris Il'.uitratiom by Irwin Myers nliiiii;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiu:i:m!t;iiiil 1 1 1 15 Copyright by KitMocn Norrti Ssmoushsl comforted by Word's ni foetlounto loyalty, Hun-let wenl up to drffm for the tine o'clock luncheon, and whiip sin- eras dresslnc n new Idea rams to her. Por n few minutes she shoes: iicr hand, itoad thinking, with 11 ttce ni distaste, "I counl tin ttuiti" sin- iald slnnd, And she picked np the gingham dross thai she had laid 00 the bed. 1 ii t iiiimv uiis n prettier dress In Harriet's wardrobe, n gift from I mi belle, that the hod never worn It whs 11 dowered iik of null, of :t s, if t deep blue mil wai sxectlj ti nlar of Herri afi eyes, nml at the throat j and wrists it had Mils of transparent inro. The soft ruffes thai made the nkirt werj cunningly edged with black and there whs u Brent open pink rose at the belt. Harriet pal on this enchanting mr-, meflf, and ns she dlii sn she fell some j half-forgotten power rise strong with- ' In bar. (Then was one trump In her hand t im t ihe bad never though) to play In u game with Nina Carter, but t he wee glad to fiod 11 now At half-pael two o'clock the car wai tit the side 'lour, anil Nina and Amy came downstair! with their wrapt, and Saunders and Ward m n aboul laughing nml confuting things. Blon din watched the performance lazltj from n basket chair on the porchi but when Nina called him 1 balf-laughlng, bait-daring, "We're ready, Mr. Blon dto I" in; sauntered down to the car with ids plessantctt expression, but with the regretful statement that be was not uoinj;: u virions headai li line! developed tlnce luncheon. Whatever the effect on Amy and the young men, to Nina ibis was 1 v. gertng blow, she had triumphed ;iii thriuiv'b luncheon, bail laughed an 1 Chattered! had made Ward telephone a dinner reservation for Bve, and hod assume! a hundred luettlsh airs, Now nil" this crumpled, failed away, ami Rinriet know, as ihe stood be tide the car looking down at ihe folded llnht rug on iior arm. thai she was ready tfejery. "No, you'll have n far nicer time without-, mo," said Royal, throwing away -Uli cigarettes and resting one iirtn on tin- oar. "I. wouldn't Interfere, erfrre. trap ! ! bemuser! knew yn;'d nit ' gfi't yon .lust all have a perfeetlj wonder ful time, mid I'll he down next week end and hear about li !" Nlnavgtood Irretolute; too choked with sudden disappointment to rtek her voice. It was all hati ful, madden ing, hdpible! THpse two boys and Amy OA there would be no "fun" now! Bhe loathed Amy. getting In so briskly, ami saying, Come on, Nina!" She hate.il Ward, the wished that they were aMtlead, and herself, too. The aftx-m enme at Good Ground, am! thajhall bad to scramble with cur tains, Snelly" curtains, Nina railed them. Ami the dinner was eaten In warm, Bcky half-darkness on 0 hotel porch, with horrible music mnkltig a horrible-Taeket, according to the same authority. Saunders ami Amy hob! hands all the way homo, too, and Nina thoughr?lt was disgusting; everyone was too tired to talk, they bounced along silently and crossly, And upon getting homo. Miss Har riet oahie out of the shadows on the porch, looking perfectly exquisite In her now gown, sweetly Interested and eheerfifE She said that she m so sorry the dinner was poor, they bad had sun 11 nice dinner at home, and that she had had a talk with their father, jBud the) were to go bark to Crow nlatid.s next week. Nina did not see libttBllii : for the first time In her life sh&ixied herself i sleep, Harriet had assuredly triumphed but It was on terms that for more than o4e reason did not pnllrel) please !5ior. Richard, finding the pretty secretary prettier than ever In her blue gewu, and Watnted hj a re laxed day at the I'tub and a mood of friendliness, iud speciflcallj instruct ed hor tlnii sin- was to dine with the family ifti all invasions, and to dross us the jsthers did, and to regard er- j self nsi member Of the family." And 1 this. Hiirrlet. wus Quick to realise, I placed per in e peculiar position, made difficult by Rlchord'8 kindly chant plonlniio less ttiiui his mother's ims tlllty, by the adoring iysspsthy nr tin servsnM and the Bffectlonate famtl larltiei of tire Carter children, Rich ard's fiirnds took their I'lie from him, as una tiaiural, and In the first eaHj winier pinner parties at Crowtilands Harriet,, eould not but sparkle and lend; SIk bad reached her own level at hiMt.; a Kens of well-being and bapplness beciin W envelop Richard Carter for the first time in many years. He was const-loos of a desire to express bin appreciation tn Miss Field It was natural Hint this should take I be form of moaaj'; a little present, In the form of n cheek. She had a sister who was not riehi; she would like to go home with laden hands. Hut the iim--'; n wan, bow much? Hi vrns musing over this very point and otter matters of deeper moment one raprniuif when Harriot liorsoir came t Sh reiurncl his smile her uSbil bright nml. but he ilmuulir she lotssed pale and troubled. "Mr. Cnrter." she sntd, bmvely going to the JH'intj "do "ou think Nina Is ,'!.. wTTTi .u.iirTiH.TnTr-Kl.'.'i.. F5 mm. ( nge .uuir uouie?" Richard looked hi her silently fur perhaps two minutes, Then he ssld, quietly : "Mr. Illondln, i ll?" The girl fonta "Ml in.. i in r i,. h deed I've m eti, iln hev lldtred, kIvmi mo a hint, lu ,1 he would want to take you away from us!" Richard said. Harriet, lion, looked net turn. B utprNo. itit- 'hiu of 'i,in'u.i.iii. tin the contrary, she leeroed ttmply a 1 it t it thoughtful end puttied. "Mr. farter," ihe said presently, "I Itevo reason to believe Hint Mr, Blon din woifld be a verj hud Ituthnpd for Nina, 1 bad no icrtiple In In invert ing hit th iujhts Bui if he wai the . nlj men In the world and to surprise; she ilowtj got to her 1 and spoke as If to herself, her fixed far awos "l wonid tooner him than marry him I" the ta'd. Richard sol gei nlnely dumfounded, Her henutv. her assurance, and the eleverness with wWflll she hud iniin- uged that Blondln's allegiance ihouM be temporarily shifted from bis own daughter, held him mute. Ii was with the charm of watching perfect acting 1 1 ni t be roiiowe.i this extremely amus- lug and unexpected woman. "i confess thai i am glad to bear it i" he said, dryly. "Miitl l very angry at me," Harriet said. 'Well, 1 have to stand thai "' Ant the gave Nina's father a whim ileal and me "lint wt.nl Harriet a oh In, to me : family. illllliel things not po Rii Now noklng down, parallel lines ooked up. for tattunce, and Mrs Jay, to dinner to they're nol it 1 1 a pencil before i,o ' No. I dotl'l see 1 1 in t ; "Mary Mrs. I'utnam. I who is very fond of me, I They want to BSk me i Christmas parties- and aulte comfortable about It. am not a member of your family even tie i you are kind enough to trout one. I am a paid employee, ami lame tarter naturally resents trenting me as anything else. most of all." said Harriet, teeln lluir ir I But that she wae not making headway, "it's my ; self. Nina, ami your mother, and Mrs, Tabor it's Just a hint here and there : nothing at all 1 Bui it undermines otj position. I dress, I entertain join Friends, i loin you In town; it makes (TO BH Ct NT! NUEl it Pllarim'i Rssd. but failure, as long as we do not help, ie.-.y nVirfltWeo; SV'IIThf? It eH) reit try to Comfort ourselves for it by a we arc b Clirlstoph Rensi rVycliffe the: -Wye1 The Way cf tha Day. llvei To I. tppy To make youstrong and "brainy" and put the power into your blood to overcome dis ease germs Ti Don you iilliall):- When your food is digested soroed from the intestines blood. When the oarhon food comes In contact with Rett carried by the iron Into in the rour oxy- blood, tile oatrbon anO oxygen unite and by so dotal they give off tre mendous energy, thereby giving you great force. Strength and endurance. Without iron your blood carries no oxygen and Without-oxygen there is nothing to unite wjt.i the carbon In your blood, so that what-you eat does you no good- you do not get any strength from it - It is like putt ing coal into a stove without a cannot get any heat UOleS unities wltll the lire. fire. thf Von The strongest weapon to ore vent and overcome with which colds, pneu- : moiiia. kidney trouble, nervous prostration, tn any disease or disease g i of good rich, pure bio rbeumatism, fact almost germi is plenty blood, strength, I energy and endurance and the great est energv carrier in the body is or- gante Iron, not metallic iron wnicn usuallv take, but organic iron i people like Ute iron spin; ch, lentils and apples, and like the iron contained in 'Abut is known as organic Nuxated Iron, which may be had from almost '.ir.v druSKist. Nuxated Iron often in- creases the strength, energy and en- durance of weak, nervous, rundown j folks in two weeks' time, It has been used and highly recom-1 mended by former United States Sen- atOTS, MaSS be ri Of Congress. .Judges, !Of t. S. Court---, many phys'- ian- and : prominent men. Over 4,ooil,iino people are now using; it annually. Satisfactory results are, j guaranteed or the manufacturers will i refund your money. Sold by all drug--eists in tablet form only. I I lien r i.te.iaru iism-w. , .. . . . I ,..or-,,.i-,, .mini le cuir " 1 I Kir A D iminetiiutety Decnme lenout; AUTOM09ILES fuh tAi.t-nwjt;). i wain i c u ,fliov-tLLcuuo, rllDlilv CrtLr.lvUii , . ... .t i ' i this." she said, "you km.w your j P0R SALE One I Od one half ton Re- pr ,, top bttggy and harness all j r e right, you're all too kind public trucK, lu Brtt-claa condition, ln gowJ (.n,iition. 1 am really a mcmoer 01 tin-iui a onriwo. ALBERT H. KOF.PPR, I ove It. I bee to die- for LEVBRK H'S GARAGE Phona 227 K. I ;o'oa''a!'o:V;;.''':.:,;'; ttzttt. 'njmT WHY Ml NEED IRON- DOINGS OF THE Vrtn TunuHT YOU'D BP. AND WOt MY HAT AMD 50THAT I OOLDN'T bOOUf TONIGHT, DIDN'T YOU- J WELL I'M SOINW uyi min 1 dom'T know vsiHEM I'll fcJE. home! L Radiator TT1 1 roubi: l Becomes a thing of the p i yod get one Of mtr l ord I Guaranteed for one year. it win : :.or- Sanders Auto Parts Co. tS&te' . . im the monin-; S", IE, wmmj.. , -:e M 4- . m l .1 .i mm 1 1 1 - -' 1 i III III 1 " III ' II I HIM - - ' HOUSES. for sali: line residence property, modern, at half valuation; also a small farm. 10 to 0 acrns. W. b. PUSBY. tCentral Ufa Bktg. FOR SAM-: Dwelling at 721 B. Ca nal avetiue, with three lots, $1000. Just north of old Franklin public school. Ti,-). C4.S-W ,.T.. a FARRELL. FINE HOME FOR BALE houpe. bath, antry, etc. conveniences. In good co'ndl water heatlrf. Bargain ( pale. Phone J78-L. FOR ft KtHR .RanMnri ilv. sllli 1021 Wai furnac larim 200.00 nut street. Compl :e, bath, six rooms lot, barn, chicken I sold it a year 700. Bargain, T. B. FARRELL. FOR SALE A $40 a mot th lot; West Side and pas all pa house. Ci ntral i. Bldg, FINE HOME FC house, bath, pa conveniences. Ii Hot water heatl ciuicK sale. Call Od condition. Bargains for FOR SA LB 6 room nous 6 blocks of business dlsti No modem Improvements ! Also 6 room house, city I side, a bargain at $ 000, water, west L'-.id.s ejsh, balance $la per month. P ISKY. FOR BAUD 7 room bouse, bath room, furnace, lamdry. barn and garage. In flrst class condition, $5. 500 Also. 7 room, two atcry house, furnace, bath, very large lot, $4,500, 8 room bouse, hot. water heat, nil hard wood flo.'.r. laundry, barn, 17,200. All ln South Ottawa. Have many woro, better bargains than tijose. Mi-a fler trude Harris. FOR SALE 7 room cottage, bath. I gas, electric lights. $2,300; also 5 room cottage, hardwood floors, fur nace, hath, gas, laundry, $5.0t'0; and. : 7 room house, hot water heat, coal used in 1920 for heating en d coo king , cost $56.06; bath, lino electric fix tures, gas, laundry, large ham; will ! be sold at a bargain. All in East Ot ' tawa. Miss Gertrude Harris. FOR SALE New brick 6 room bunga j low, modern, ln first, class COndl- tion. $5,300; also fi room house, fur nac, bath. gas. laundry, S,&M; and 7 room house, oak and enamel wood work, hardwood floors, very lan;e front porch, newly painted and dec orated. $5,000; all In West Ottawa, i Miss Gertrude HarrK FOR SALE 7 rom Mmgalow with large front porch, hot. water heat, fine bath room, large barn; two lots, $4,500.00; an 8 room modem house, with glassed sun "a -h r, in Oenter Ot tawa; largo lot, $8,000 00. Miss Gar- trndo Harris F FOR RENT water and Good 8 room house, city gas. Poplar St. W. B. PUBsTI, ( entr A Life Bldg. FOR RI Plielps erences st. lumth. WRRFi T. B , for HErr :' Joiiet strei t. I Immee.iat" I Tel. HS-TC lers' houia on East $3S.I and worth U. FARRELL DUFFS 5 MART ito AG(x)rj OV&l?CuAT 1 r l-.t , U;- t, i am CAP AND 1. j 1 v.'Ak'U1 OVE.I3 AT OUk 1 OR BALE One new; suitable gt i heater, for Bitting i almost am or bi d room. Pboni CANARfflfl FOR BALE Have sever al mine of those excellent singers left which I will sell at bargain p. ices daring the holidays. Every bird guaranteed sat ihfactory. MRS. HENRY SCHUMACHER, 521 Third St., phone B60-L. REAL ESTATE l-OR SAliE A small farm; part Un her; not far from Ottawa; at a low price. VY, B. PI BEY, Central Life Bidg. TOR SAI.B 10 acres, good house, etc.; ID acre tract, garden very fine; also 14 acre, i' acre, 35 acre tnd 3 ' acres. All noar Ottawa Lib i:rdl terms. VV R PT'SRY. flenfral Life ltldg HELP WANTED MALE. AGtNTS Large Corporatlonj manufaoturlng uoncompetltive product that has con clusively proven that it : i i . 1 :i in pio- frttcin s? largw Brops.wTa opeafag .a branch In each Cotrmy and requires the services of a capable man to act aa Manager, Applicant must be com petent to handle large sums of money, hiro and handle haln $600 required. Fully secured, Ibis proposition should net a live man $5,001 to 521.000 per year. Big advertising campaign al ready started Includmg full page ad in national magasiinM When writ iiiR give full partlcultfe's In flrst letter to i be secure iuterviewii Appli ":l must aide to come to Chicago for in ductions. Unless you cap do so at ce, meet all reauiremontg of this and your reputation is faultless, ve your Stamps and our time. Will y all expire es to and from Chicago you qualify This is a real oppor- if TO RATION, Building, Chios WANTP5D Ral man mdent to act as and book frees, orname: Protet roses tory. wick. York shrubs, etc. Pay weekly. Nurserj uien State. Newark, New AGENTS and e best and AVA er' tnos TKD-1 Imprpv tails for Fords. Ri It's the bi st H. d and newest Osborne Co. on the market. 4(6 Elm St., I W. ATTENTION', Ag Men. You can business which w for life. Scad foi solicited testier-.: and ti Order a good income build ill mei up Dodge, Iowa, tism Herb t i Sept. 23, 18 mpany. D - irs: The amatism I and h man 1 treated Herbs only ui with your cd it five walked downtown wo n mo last Sunday, and now also taking the Ilorb foo you see I got results th .Ri .-.poet fully, A. I). Hall, first tinie Price $, Potthd, J5 Pounds $5, H I5RB CO.. K 997. O RHEUMAT18W on Park, Cel. MISCELLANEOUS. SEVEN PER CENT Now is the time to buy a few first mortgage notes of one of Ottawa's best husir.ess seven per cprt. best loan I ' mend it - :- ily fOf ten years. The hr.ndled. I recom Telephone me to iome to my desk. T. P. FAP.RELL College H'-ic wr r.r-. . ,,v- 1 1 v ;. .kkj , " r v TifJtiMi . I t r -.. . uv M'l -, - . - - .X '. I IMA-5.Mll-U AUC 1 ', It-CPE 1 i' i iir s." h -1 . r: v Tii n j r. i 11 . v i 'LOCAL MANAGER AND DISTRII!' " TOR Mrs, K. Pepples, 217 Latay- otto St. Phone TTvX. , Another stei j meat boxes. A complete day an Bight treatav nl for the dry, norm;'.! or the oiiy ikl ' The Free Trader-Journal WANT AD PAGE 'The People's F.larkel lt If I tace Tom Couldn't Come Home If He i dWA I I RCdDtfNIlE I XL, I MRS. DUFF, THIS 15 THE CHIEF ' "' ;:3-H Vnu-WTEELD li HEADOOARTERS - WE M?E HOLDING i''1' - (5N A GOIM ' HATdl a MAM DOWN HERE WH0 5AY3 HIS U ' J 7MC.B0U NAME 15 DUFF-WILL YCU COME J WANTED Housekeeping rooms; 2 or roQmti furnished for light house keeping! Including heat; convenient to Free Trader-Journal oflico pre tarred; middle aged couple, quiet, oareful and prompt paytoji; poseos eion wanted Saturday or Sunday. Ad dress (by letter only), stating loca tion and price, A. C. AUTHl'H, four). Hotel. WANTED A good sized residence. I Close in. for about $5,000.00. Tel. 848-W T. B. FARREUL j , .1 WANTED I want a small residence' In South Ottawa, $2500 to $3000. Would like good location. What havol W T. TV FARRELU WANTED Three cottages. I hatn cash purchasers for 5 or C room modern oottage, South Side; a C or 1 room cottage, West Slile. and 5 or t room cottage on North sid.. of Otta wa. Soo me at my ofll-co or drop me i letter describing what you have t offer arid I shall Investigate promptly W. B. PUSBY. Real Bsi end Ins., Central Life Blda 1 WANTED 1 want to rent the host' flat or small house available. In the elty. Will pay good rent. Two 1 ARB WANTED Many y-je.nff outness hustlers in every county in Illinois1 to earn splendid sure income by help In,'; nm to increase private Florida oiange trade. Write quick and will have northern representative call Geo. Andrews, Palm Beach, Fla. LEGAL. NOTICE. Owen .ncicrs-n, Attorney, t of Theodore Thorson, Estate cf cease a tate of The id t in r tou Hi: and t 'intj f I. tl! day) el i ( 'of j count, j having i IflZZ, ;;t the Prohat n Ottawa! In said d wh ra a',! person; rittng tor adjustment, a 9th day ot January, AND It HJW HELiLANT OLE H. riOOANSON SHERIFF'S SALE. , Jmes J. Conway, Attorney. state of Illinois, and to me direrted j whereby i am commanded to make the amount of a certain judgment oh-j tallied against Rosa Bos well, former ly Rosa BrcWS, and in favor of Pat rick Slattery, out of the lands, tone meats, goods and chattels of the said j Rosa BoSWell, formerly Rose BCOWO, 1 have levied on the following descrlb-1 ed real estate as the property of the said Rosa. Boswell, formerly Rosa Brown, to-wit: Lot Pour 14) In Block Five (a), in Allen's addition to Ottawa, La Salle county. 111. public auction all the rights, title and interest of the said Rosa Bos well, formerly liosa. Brown, in and to ibed the north door of the Ls Salle coun- tj court house, in Ottawa, i.'. Salle county, Ui 1 Dated at Ottawa. 11, . this 20th dsy Sheriff, Ls Sal!- ' o., 111. Fred E. Stednaan, Chief Deputy. 3e Free From Gallstones. Dr. H. Whlslerj m stion ot pto nt ti mve ! Cosl VOU not ;i pnnv if vou rely sat laded wll h re iy n tjrie. history oi Wanted To t I1H--N If1' I ur IklVJU AHi l"C!Tir-N UIM? 6 toorn cottage on Jaekton street JANUARY 21st, 2 P. M. FRANK BANNON 4 mile r,outh-west of Ottawa Stock and Machinery JANUARY 2f.th CORNELIUS DONALDSON I Mile West Kinsmore JANUARY 25 MICHAEL TOMASZEWSKI 4l? Miles YJtt of Utica Stock and Machinery JANUARY 26, 1922. CLAPCNCE GORDON 3 miles northwest of Ransom FOLANDS JANUARY 26. 1922. E. H. DOLDER . Mile West of Serena Stock, Farm Machinery, Etc. THURSDAY, JANUARY 26 A. F. WATTS First farm north of Peru Holstein Cattle FRIDAY, JANUARY 27 TIM MURPHY 3 Miles West of T.-oy Grovs Stork and Machinery MONDAY. JANUARY 30 CARL B. TRYON Utlca Township Stock .and Machinery .) A N U A R V 31 MRS. CLARA RASMUSSON 7 miles south of Seneca Stock. Farm Machinery, etc. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1st OTTO BOEHM yt mile south-east of La Salle Stock and Machinery FEBRUARY 1st MRS. MARY AKINS 2 Miles Southeast Troy Grove Btook and Machinery FEBRUARY 2. 1922 MRS, LILV M. PEARSON & SON 1 mile oast of Utica Entire Person-! Property F EBRtJA R Y 2nd. 1922 PHILIP CONATY, Stocr. and Machinery 4 miles West of Ottawa FEBRUARY fth DOMINIC MADDEN 4 Miles Est Triumph Stock and Machinery FEBRUARY 8, 1922 ARTHUR H, BLACK ilea West, P Miles North Grand Rldgs Stock and Machinery FEBRUARY 8. 1922 SAM SCHWARTZ i Miles South Mendota Stock and Machinery FEBRUARY , 1922 AUGUST WITTHEOFT 7 Miles North of La Salic Stock and Machinery TUESDAY. FuDRUARY 14 ERNEST DIMMICK . Miles Vest of Grand Ridge Stock and Machinery FEBRUARY 14th MRS. JOSEPHINE NAGLE & SON 4 miles east and 1 tr.ite sauth of Grand Ridrje 2nd Annual Hog Sale THURSDAY. FEB. 15 I 2 mile south of Prarie Center Stock and Machinery FEBRUARY tfciH nf.l: :nson 1 Mile Sout'-i Hickory Stck and Maehtm FFBUARY 18 Send us your sr.le dates If. Fa mei : Sent! us your order for aal( tSiltst The best ser- 8SK U,J.S. isaw uci cr vice, t wo ceior r?iiis ana the iov. est in prices. r? -Journal Phone 118 BY ALLMAN Professional Cards ,'HEF.ON m LENA M. Warrick & Warrick CHIftCPRACTOR. Palmer School Oraauatei Ottawa. BL Office Phone 1008, rtef. Phone 1X10 L Hours: 10-12. 2-5. 7-8. Dr. C. A. Blean CHIROPRACTOR. Houm; B13 . m.. 1-4 9- m. '.toensua by ili'.aoli Star- rloard of Health Room 21214 CentrsJ Llf BslMtng, RENOVATING Mattresses, Featherbed and Pillows . renovated and made over. ; Box Springs, 8ofa ana chair seat I Sprlnflo retet and repaired st resson- able prices. ! Phone K37-X or send to GEORGE BAUCHLE 1513-1523 Msln 8t. West Bids THE FRE TRADER - JOURNAL and fair dealer US West Male atrsst FREE TRADEH-JOL'RSAL PTO. CO. Publisher. SEW TOITX REHnESl-TATlVS S. C. The.'s Company, 355 Fifth Avs, CHICAGO RBPRESBNTAlTVai ' 8. C. Thols Company, 86'- Mosadnoott HIcm-H. MINNEAPOLIS RWPREHBNTATIVf S. C Thels Company. 706 Lincoln Bid. The Free Trader-journal may be found at the news depots of Wheeler 4r. Malo, Kneussl iir ,.t hers and Pyle's Clgmr Store CHICAGO, OTTAVv A & PEORIA RAILWAY ILL.. Effective Oct. 9th, 1921. EASTBOUND Bastbound cars leave Ottawa sta tion for Marseilles. Seneca, Morris, Minooka, Rockdale and Joliet, 111., ln a. in. 6:00, 7:55, 9:55, 11:55. In p. m., 1:55, .1:55, 04:56, 5:55, 8:06, 10:00. WESTBOUND Westbound cars leave Ottawa stsv ilon for Utlca, La Salle, Peru, Spring Valley, Ladd, DePue. Bureau, Prince ton in a. in. a5:55, g6:5L', f8:50, a9:6, dl0:65, til : 56. In p. m , al:55. f3:6 a5:5o, f7:55, d!0:00. SOUTHBOUND. Soufhhound cars leave Ottawa st on for Grand Rldge, McKlnley Part and Streator In a m , 6:55, 7:55, 11:55. In p. m., 1:55, 3:55, 5:65, 10. a La Salle. c Morris, dally except Sundays and holidays, d -Ladd. f Princeton. g iadd, daily except Sundays sad holidays. ALWAYS BUY TICKETS iSU MONEY. TICKET OF?ICl OPEN FROji 6:4 A M. TO 11: SI P. M. TICKET FARES TO CHICAGO Via Jel st, " .. ad Chicago & Jot' Electric Railway. $3.00 ST- 2 $1.85 rjtatnra trip limited to ten days.) FAST FREIGHT SERVICE. EXPRESS HANDLED ON ALL CAM AT LOW RATES. Phoi I :aic.naa3s OTTAWA.