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OTTAWA FREE TRADER - JOURNAL.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1921. hiAi -ruin rnws l ww w. iwm II 1 ' ' One of the largest and most fashion able parties ftlven in Ottawn (hiring the pssr vear, took place this iiftm noon at the Ottawa Boat Club, wheu Mrs. Uus May utertnlned U'H Rimsts at a hrldge party. The ttiblus wore arranged thruout the reception rooms and corridors on the lowed floor which had neen beautifully decorated with large baskets ot pink rosea, gladioli, blue batchelor buttons and yellow and white daises. Pink, blue and yellow tulle was used in lylni: the baskets, A verv pleasant afternoon was spent by the guests ploying bridge after which a delicious luncheon was sen id by Mrs. James OToole Orchestra music was furnished from i to 6 o'clock, after the cards had been abandoned The out of town Riicsts who attended the party ware Miss Virginia Rigg of New York, ami Mrs L. A. lOppstein of Wtgin, the bouse guests of Mrs. May. Miss Dorothy Me Mnnn of Chicago who is visiting Miss Marie Kelly. Mrs. Enoch Turner Hoiir.su of Chicago who is th home tuest of Mrs Reiley Trumbo and Mrs W I. Fornof of Indianapolis who is the guent of her mother Mrs. B. IV J-latheway. 9(t 9f 3f The members of the Presbyterian church will bold an Ice cream social on Friday evening, July 8. at the east end of Jefferson Street. Music will be furnished during the evening by the Magnavox from the Bannon Music Shop: Mart, Htiey Trumbo entertained a imafi bridge party yesterday alter noon at tile corner ol Hayos and Kim sine), in honor of her mothar Mr:.. Enoch " uraer Holmes of Chl kgo. Oiirden floeis were used for decora Mons. Two tables ol brtdfs were iiiayed during the afternoon after which ii delicious luncheon was served by the hostess. Mrs i. N Baughuian and Mrs. Bruce Davidson of Marseilles were the only out of town guests. Mi;, iii'ien Urtvbam entertained twenty couples ;it a very pleasant in formal dancing party t her borne in (liter Ottawa last night in hesotfof Miss Bllesbeth oconnor, who is the house Kiiest of Miss iMATgarel l.ucey The. guests spent a very pleasanl eve ning daiwlng, attor which refri sh- meats were served bj UtS ... sl"s. About thirty man beta of the j Amci lean Legion attended tno regu lar meeting of the organisation last night la the Legion club rooms. After the IbUsiBaSS session a social hour was j enjoyed and delicious refreshments were sent up to ire nu urn ui u organisation b Mrs. W. i). Boyce, SPEED CAUSE OF She Is' "Nobody' 4 a. a m s ff r-f ffi-hAffciW I Pattern Dep't. I ROAD ACCIDENTS Please address, send Pattern io 15 Cts. enclosed. my Name No. SUe Poatoflice .. sis T State ,.,.... Mai HwMMIII llll tittle claims t Pain . be N. T . conlinm chic am Baker omobfle tourist of long and varied experience. rard of go,. n-passenger rben Archie beside the He says he has driven upv 000 miles i" bis ifiiMi - six; and the car looked it end Ids family pulled out Jewell Carmen Is Nobody In "Nobody " This is a mm story with nn i jnusual twist She kills a man while In a tranco. Her husband ts on e Jury and when he tells the story she ja acquitted. Off " .. l I II '': sr. X DAINTY FROCK FOR AFTER NOON OR EVENING WEAR A charming development Is here depicted of Waist 3:140 and Skirl 363it. White Swiss dotted in yellow and run with rows of yellow threads at hem widths was used for this style. The Waist is cut In 7 SUes. 34. 36, 3, 40, 42, 44 a d 4G inches bust measure The Slttrt In (i Sizes'. 24, 26, 28, 30, 'A2 and 34 inches waist measure. The width of th skirt at the foot Is about 2 yards. The drapery may be omitted. Combinations f materials are good for this style. A medium size will require 64 yards of 36 Inch mate rial. This illustration calls for TWO separate patterns which win be mailed to any address on lecelpt ot 15c FOR EACH pattern in silver ot (tnr road just west of Small Gulf, between 1 l.tln Call. .1,1,1 Herkimer, to CIllllU In one of the most noted of Mohawk valley tourist parking places. Raker and his wife nnd a twelve-year-old son nnd ten -year-old flaughrei said tlint touring agrees with them. They gave the impression of having an independent Income. "My experience is that a lot of tourists don't know very mm h. nnd don't stop to learn anything, either," said Mr. linker. "The result Is, they have a lot of hard Knocks. When we were coining Into New York state, about 280 miles from here, we turned off down a side roail to camp bjt Lake Erie. There was nn oiltlit down by the ke which claimed they bad had a lot of batrd link. They dished a wheel; they ton- up a tire; they lost a lent off the back end of the load; j they slept eold,nlglils, and I bey were lust iooftt ready fo quit. But, shucks! they won't, unit. Nobody ever does quit once the family have gone to touring right the way It can be done. Their dished wheel in terested Pie. The inaii claimed he dltjft't drive fast, but he skidded, caught tin' wi . at of (lie ear on the right rear .vtJWl, and smashed It all a-bllm. "This Wag on n stranxe rood, out In Indiana, he s-n'd. nnd it sure did look all rluiit. But it smashed him, and ii was pure luck that he didn't roil over. I nskrd him about the kind of road, and to couldn't tell Die; said i was p.'eny muddy, but had gravel on It too. "There you are: lie smashed up and was taught u io-.-on, and didn't know what the lesson was. The fact Is there are more than -00 different kinds of good roads In the United States. Pre; la-en on most kinds. I'll recite a few of them mountain contract roads, stone wafer-bound concrete mads, oil waste roads, over Travel, sand and clay, broken down fore stone roads, cut and til! crushed stone surface, cinder, shell, bunk gravel, beach gravel, desert two trackers, and so on. "No Two Good Roads Alike." '.Vo uvo ti'wid roads are alike, Oood nnd careful a driver as I am, ape sjaasggaeatet ggaaa "' i tBSamea I darn near rolled Salt Lake City In iver out west of t rammer, skid dry, Ouffy dust. Why. if I'd been drhlng - miles instead of careful 12 miles tin hour, we'd rolled end over applecart, and It was a good road, If you knew how ,n drive It Yes sir. There is not a road In all this United States, not the best, widest, finest, smoothest road, that Isn't treacherous If a man's not used to It. I don't mean wild eyed bummers, but just common folks like me. "If you don't believe If, you study the road accidents you come upon ns you ride acfoss the country. Half I he skidding is done where the road tyi chsmgegj where u man leaves concrete and bits oil surface or where he leaves the waterbound stone for hard pan. "A car doesn't djrlve twice alike on any roadway from New York to San Kranciseii. 1 know, because I've made the trip. Where do tourists coming east bang up with trouble? It's when they come off bad roads into good ronds. You take the western part of New York state, and people bavins the good roads of Ohio after crossing the Hi tie neck of Ohio don't have half the trouble that people coining east have when they hit the fancy New York brand of roadways. Job for Nearest Garage Man. "Now It's the same way with Cali fornia. You take a man who's run out of Nevada or eastern California desert road's over the Sierra divide into the paved ways of California, he feels re lieved. He's on good roads at hist. He's been careful for 2,000 miles. He wants to step on er. lie does. He hits n sharp turn, end bingo! The nigh wheels drop into the sand, nnd there's a big job for the garage in the nearest town. "Particularly speaking, let me say that the man who (hives aspeedlng a road he has never Unveil pe invites death or disaster. I'm nil right on my old home road. I hit up 40 miles an hour right, along If I know the road. My car'll stand It. Rut on n strange road, let me say, I'm one of those 15-mller boys. I didn't have to have an in cident, to learn that. It was just looking at the accidents nnd figuring on them that gave me the warning I heeded. "Now look't! Remember during the days when cars were delivered by the thousand over the highways, and you'd meet a fleet of n thousand cars tt now mill all bound east or south or west to destination railroad boys were laying down on their high-Wage job,? Io you remem ber bow inany of those cars were smashed up, burned up, or were shook half to pieces T It was done by speed ing OVef strange roads. New Driver Apt to Be Careful. "ll Isn't the new driver who Is trapped by different reads; It is just as aid to he the old timer. New driv ers are careful; they learn around home, hit the same roads every day and learn 'em. When they gel good on the home reads they start off, hit another kind of good road, and blng! Smash Up! "It's Just (lint way all over. I doii'T begin lo claim I'm an expert In all kinds of roads; I'm not. All I'm an expert In Is keeping out of trouble. I've been through lSertboud pass, 11, ik feel above the sea, and more thun 140 t'eel below the ocean down In Sul len sink. I know enough to go slow. That's hat I know. "It's the good road that kills. Men don't break their neeks speeding on bail roads. They're caught on good roads, the way 1 said. Some pave incut Is deadly danu'erous when It's dry, and some is deadly dangerous whet) It Is wet. Take concrete, for example. There's no cleaner driving In the world than on concrete. This side of Ruff ale, and here and there in New York and California, you have concrete toads. Now, when they an' battling hay for a bottom, or oranges out of an Irrigation project, there'll be about three rods of dirt on the eon- Crete. It's apt to I lay. It's Just like daubs of axle grease on a rail road track. Vou hit that stuff going right along, feel it quiver, anil try to Straighten up. Your steering wheels slick around the easiest they ever did. You forget where your straight-ahead Is, and with the rear end of the car swinging ahead you bit hard pan again, and shoot off Into the chaparral. Or you climb the fence of the Buffalo county club, depending where yotiYe tit. Dry or Wet. Both Treacherous. 'Dry roads are treacherous and wet ronds are treacherous. Then1 are more accidents In Western New York from people coming off poor roadR ou to good ones tlmn there are on rough country roads. "Where you know a rond Is danger ous you go slow and careful. Where you Jhlnk the road Is not dangerous. hut It Is n dentb trap, you are In peril of your life. I'm thinking that when (hey have paved roads over the Rocky mountains there'll he a lol of acci dents because It seems s,, easy, "I've seen more than 800 wreched cars beside the road. I've seen the ruins of ten times as many at garage, the country oer. Not one hut what came to an Untimely end because id' carelessness of some kind. And nine times out of ten the carelessness was heeause the driver was going loo i'asl en a road he didn't Know. You'll tlml at the bottoms of slopes In the Rockies hlg, beautiful cars, all ruined skidded on dust, on clay mat looked solid, on sand tlint was roUsr bear- Ings, or iiii a long peeled log gutter iTOSS. "No, sir! My boy, When yon get your car, don't you drive over any strange rond at more than inlles an hour, no lualtwr how good It Is. and you'll find hds of roads where It's better to go under ten miles an hour 'ban t go faster 'ban that. From the Qocklca to the sierras i averaged sev n miles an hour- 60 Utiles at three i nl Jos an hour one day. English Mercy for Criminals. In England a sentanaf of life Im prisonment Is always reviewed nt the end of lo years, and If the prisoner's conduct has been uniformly good, ho Is usually released. This Is particular ly the case where a prisoner has been sentenced for murder, tor murderers are said to be usually well behuvetl prisoners. First Ue of Kerosene. About the middle of the Nineteenth century kerosene wan used In lamps instead of whale oil, lard, olive oil or some other such oil. The change wss the result of the d dopinent of the wells in the Cnlted Slates. Jud Tunkins. ,Tud TunklBS sc.vs a man's noblest ami most philanthropic efforts often full to attract ns much attention imong his friends as the fact that he 'ins bought a new bat. The Mafliiavox, The giiat Hound magnifying Instru ment. jvlH plaj the .inly Victor rse i ids tonight -ii 'he olt) park. HOW IN STARVATION OF THE BLOOD RUINS A WOMAN S HEALTH 1 AND MAY MAKE Hl'.R WRINKLED. AGED AND CAREWORN. GIVING HER FACS A PA1.E. HAGGARD. Slt-KLY APPEARANCE r'nr Ssat nf Hn yon may prirtli ally be an old w.iruaii ut ftmn 1(1 toM, wi-nlt, dow nlit-.'i t ted nixl "nil 0unrd oat." Yon amy ! la lut'h :i Jiichiy nervous Irritable stats khst yoa Mg all topleeee" on the lightest provocstkm, while tt Mor so with kihhI health .out plenty of Iron in your blood, you may still be yoana in fading i-ii to attractive ami tuii of Ufe it to defy doteetloa of year real aia. Iff net shssys tlie youngest woman Unit i most soagat after then' In an indvtvrthably A.inriuK fstci nation iii the rosy ehen k, the luvlMng llpe snd ipsrkllng eyee of s blood ailed with iron. Vou may te sfitetcd with iron utur Vntlon nf the b(c ml not know it, just as thousands af other .-inni'ii are. It Isssld that about nni' person in three iii America today Sttflfers more Of lesfl from malnu trition lark of Boortehioent, which is eaosed not by lack of food, but In many esses, by lark of uftvii'nt Iren in the blood loanable yoa to gel thettrength and aoarlahutentaol of your faod. Indoor Uft),wI SSUbSJ SWi modern method of COOkei y are MppUlg the iron from tie- blond of hundreds nf thousand of women'. Our fore fathers, to whom history refers an a nation nf red blooded Americans, ate the hunks of Krai u .nil the akius and peel bf .., ::-u- and other roam foisls rich ii ittsggtil Slvlng organio linn, which the modern wsmaa sweS not gel. To make iiu. for toe great less of Iron mused by the life woman Is compelled t" lead she hould eat mors such Iron eoatalstaa vege tables and fruits as npilMCh and baked applee ami tske organic Iron like Nussted Iron from time to time tn help em Irh her blood and re vitalize her warSSStSi SahSSStStl Oervca. ( Nuxated Iron represents organic iron in ineh a highly I llSllf'iamil form that one dine of it le estimated to be spproslnntely equhmJetil (in Bfgsnle iron content) to eating half a quart ot spinach, one yuan nf grrn ogeblbSS or half a, dnren gDDfog, It's like taking extract of beef Imtesd of rat ins pounds of meat. Over ,HKi,ono people annually are using Nuxated Iron. It will not injure the teeth not disturb tin- sininach. It often luctesesS j the Imilily ami msalsJ vinor. atrenirth and endurance of weak, nervous, ''rsa-oswa folks in two weeks' lime. Y'mr money will be refunded by the inanufaetiin rs if you do not , obtain utiafactey results. Beware of snb titutea. NuxatM Iron comes In t: btetonly-' never is liquid form. Alwaya look fnr the w ord "NuWtcd" mi every package nnd the let ten M, I. ou even tablet. Suhl by all druggitU. lec.U'sy till I mat uusfrJsV e OiW Hair Berornes Fltrffy With Proper 1) care And the anplkatiea of lbeOUvllir Toak each night after the MARINELLO Oily Scalp Process hat been green. The condition ot the scatoie also tniproved. Foil, free erpianstkori at EMMA REYNOLDS 508 Central Lire Bldg rnone 171-E. OtUwa, 111. Grocery Sale Now on at Godfrey's 500 lbs. Oood Hip Coffee, per lb I .10 Car Old Wheat King Quality Flour, 4!) lb. sacks 2.38 Nothing better at any price. Ask your neighbor about it, She is using it. fiOfl lbs. Jumbo Cherry Prunes, 2 lbs. for , .25 film ltiH. ChiDica livanorated Apples, per pound m Bin) lbs. Choice Kvnporotuil Apricots, per lb 25 Choice layer Raisins, (Mir lb 25 4 cans sliced Dried Beef, each 8c 29 4 cans Venl Loaf, each 8c 29 4 cans Vienna SansaRn, each 8c 29 4 cans I'ot ted Tuna Fish, each 8c 29 4 cans Mustard or Oil .Sardines, each 8c 29 4 cans Smoked Salmon, each 8c 29 4 cans Hash, each 8c 29 (H)c cans Tongue 35 2011 cans Mammoth Ripe Olives, $1.00 size, each 35 500 15c jars lasvrxe Green Olives, each 10 Cs.sk Dellcioug Sweet Tickles, nothing better at any price, dozen, .20 Cask Large Sour I'lckles, dozen 15 Iarse Jars Green Olives 35 :;.'e bottles Durkae's Worcetshla Sauce 19 50c bottles Al Sauce 29 SUGAR DOWN DOWN DOWN 14 rhn. fine Granulated Sugar for 1.00 With .'I lbs. City Club Coffee for 1.00 Or with n lb. of Japan or Gunpowder Tea at CO Hue rakes ltakinir Choeolate 18 Bid. Shredded Cocoanut, ft) 29 BM. Cooos, lb 18 tM cans Assorted BMag Powder, lbs 10 A -erted Jelly Powder. 3 packagos 25 Waukesha Ginger Ale. quarts 25 Spit Sparkling Cider, quarts "5 l.ognnberry Juice 30 T. R. Godfrey Exclusive selling agency for Chase Coffees. Sanborn s lloston Teas and 10 says bargain tires are what the people want MOST everybody knows the easy-going sort of man who never takes a tire seriously until he gets a blow-out. How long he will resist universal tire education is a question. But this is sure More people are finding out every day that between leaving things to luck and getting real economy there is a big difference. Many a car-owner has come to U. S. Tires because he couldn 't afford to keep on paying that difference. Probably seven out of ten users of U. S. Tires came to them only after they'd bad enough of "dis counts", "bargain offers", "clearance sales of surplus stocks" and other similar appeals. They have found economy they stick to it. and They pay a net price not "some thing off list" that may not mean anything in the first place. They get fresh, live tires, being made and shipped while this mes sage is being written. No matter where they live there's a nearby U. S. Dealer with him nearby U. S. Factory Branch. U. S. Tires keep moving. No opportunity to get old and dried out. No shifting here and there trying to find a market. Every U. S. Tire a oofi tire, wherever you find it anywhere in the country. Because the U. S. policy is a good policy that serves the car-owner all the time. Doing the very best for him that human good faith can do. THE U. S. CHAIN TREAD Ono of the few tires of which it may bo said thut they duliver economy year in and year out and lire after tire. The U. S. Chain Tread givea sufficient traction on all ordinary road sur faces. It In probably tha handsomest, and by all odds the most popular, of the whola U. S, Fabric Tira Una. United States Tires are Good Tires U. S. USCO TREAD U. S. CHAIN TREAD U. S. NOBBY TREAD U. S. ROYAL CORD U.S. RED & GREY TUBES United United States States Tires Rubber Company H. P. Butterfield & Son LEONORE, Mr. Fritz Wester SHERIDAN, Danielson Motor Co. Danielson Motor Co. SERENA, Serena Garage