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TUE80AY, AUGUST 9, 1921
; : i - 1 ATirr mil i nun n -V r9sTi S Alt WILL BUILU nrn ffietS r r i A. n mi tht amr ' 1 1 ftilla hnrtu l.i. h ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 6.8 MILES OF HARD ROADS IN COONTY GOVERNOR SMALL, FOLLOWING INSPECTION OF HIGHWAYS. OR DERS 145 MILES OF PAVING BIOS TO BE RECEIVED BY AUG. 23. OTTAWA FUKE rnyWER .lOUKNtf' PresidcntTordirig Stream PAGE THREE InrlutaM, HI., Auk. 8, Governor Hiiuill, follow iiik IHh iirw week'i In apoctlun or rnul InillilliiK work In till iioIh, Iiiim ordered t he liiimcilluti' build- ihk. tf full priori are in be obtained, or approximately H.r miles of concrete bard roads. He ban Instructed the division of highway to receive bid! for tlii work on Am; I'll, and the li-tUnn Iiuh 1iih.ii advortlmMl for that date, The adver tisement culls for IiIiIb on the follow Imk BtrotriioH oi roan: Mixs KnuiHt' Buchner of Bm' M;l1" tree! iian tone i Peoria for a vmii with trlende. Mr and Mra. Albert Keys and granddaughter, Betty Lou, r India napolla, Ind., are visiting al the noma ,,f Mr. and Mra. W. B, Howard, on Hares itreet Mrs. Keys in slsts of Mra. Howard Arthur Prank and mother of Baltl more, former Ottawa resident, have returned heme after a visit with Ot tawa friend. J. I). Alschuler Of St LOW. Who baa been vlaltlni. al the home o( his grandparents, Mr and Mra. a. Al schuler, on East Main street, motor ed to Chicago lor a short visit yes terday. Miss Irnia Metsger ol Weal Madl on streel has returned tb her home aftef a Mail with friends In Chlca- Miss Mary Kit pat rh k ha - returned to her home In IMlbuuuo, la , after spending the past tnontn wim iw aunt. Mrs William Mulholland. on Superior si reel Mr. and Mrs Carl Peterson and Mr. and Mrs 1 Anderson have re turned from B tisliitiK trip to Wlscon- Miles ...IjM . . .5.99 u ...4.18 . . . 7.iH .6.71 .liicknon county i'erry Washington counties Washington Greene Cass win MM.unn 7 till Winnebago-Stephenson 6.10 Stephenson 4.49 Cook. . 8.04 DuPage 8.96 DuPage 6.16 DuPagS :i.89 Cook ' :.:!7 Cook 8J52 DeKalh 0.46 Piatt-Macon Williamson .1.81 Jackson-Williamson 1.96 St. Clair 1,04 St. Clnlr Clinton 1.83 Washington ir.i Washington 6.98 Washington 4 .so KHne-Dul'aKe B.61 La Salle 8.81 DeKalh 8.43 Clay 7..10 Brown 4.36 Franklin l.U Madison 1.08 Cook 1.44 Cook 0.33 Bids will also be received ine sections of 1 and li.li sin They made the trip oy worn Mrs. Mary Sheridan and son Char les of Milticle, Ind . are visiting at the hot f the former's sister. Mrs Ddward Corrlgan, In North Ottawa Miss Margaret Vox was a La. Balle Visitor la.st night. itoy Brown f Btreator was an Ot tawa visitor lust night Fred Bude has gone to Chicago for u several weeks' visit. f'uu WmwIumiiii of Strealor was an Ottawa visitor last night, Mrs Kthel Jackson Of Shahhona and J, H Cruise of Karlville were Ot tawa shooters yesterday. MIoj I'.moioi ':nrle is visiting friends In La. Porte. Ind. Mrs Rose Gallagher and daughter Hose and son John, and Miss Stell Madden Of MendOU visited friends hro yesterday Miss Rose Uickerson Of West Ot tawa has gone tO I-a Porte, Ind., for a visit with friends. Miss Irene Halm has returned to her home on West Main street lifter ii visit with menaa in uiw, Miss Marie Kuhn of West Ottawa has gone to La Porte, Ind., for a visit with frien Is. Sheriff and Mrs. C, 8, Avers went to oi k Island today to attend the state on grad-1 sneriirs convention. miles in I Morev Itoherts and family arrived Special Meeting Starved Rock Coun cil, Knights of Columbus, This mulling tit it o'clock to nmkn ar rangements for attending the funeral of the late Dean John P. QttlMk, JOHN W FTUBHAN, D. Q, K ! To P iils of ; Notice. I he Alumnae and to tin St. Xavler'a Academy! Bach member of St, Xavler'a alum line and each pupil Of the school is re- I Quested to meet at the academy at S HU o'clock Wednesday morning. Auk. 0, to form in a procession to attend the solemn muss of requiem tor our beloved pastor. Very Kev Dean Quinn. MARUAJUST CONNELLY, President. Card of Thanks. Wi wish to thank the many friends and oeiu'hhors who so kindly assisted us and sent Moral offerings during our1 great bereavement in the death of our dear son and brother, Keith P. Pierce. We also wish to thank the American Legions of Ottawa and Ctica Pierce Davis Post. War Mothers. Womelis Relief Corps. (1. A. It and various! other organisations who so kindly as sisted. PHBD PIERCE AND FAMILY. I PHOTOGRAPHS of thelate Dean Quinn are now on sale at Hostetler's Studio, 212 Madison Street. This picture lak '.tru; fording u Rtrf.ro I untalns ;-.hows President Hard. ti .;i tire manufacturer TAKE SIX MONTHS I FRONT 10 U. S.' BACK GATE T 0 HIKE FROW there the trip led tb Ottawa for a short rest. The otioptc have had many expert-1 encea, geod and had. but the one thing most desired has been accomplished Mrs. King's health is fully restored and she speaks lichtly of the hard ships undergone. They recall vividly tin- eight hundred miles jaunt the; desert from Pendleton, Ore, to Sid-! ney. S-v., where water was Scarce and rattlesnakes numerous, a snoW stoim tijftt confined to the scant shelter of a bridge' for eighteen hours, and a friendly ride hy an auto for a I feu miles where they could obtain, provisions, hut those and other like experiences were past history now. Comment On Camp Site. tmnM tin? contrasting things ob- ;iltolileil Kendall county; on bridge sections in Stephenson. Will and Kendall coun Willi home last evening from their month's OUttng at Helena. Mich, i J. A. Andrews and wife left today for Oeneseo, III . for a visit of a couple of weeks w ith their son and other rela tives. Harry Belroae was a pussonKer for ( Im ago tins moiiung OPERATION FATAL TO STREAT0R MERCHANT reator, Aug. 9.- Streator lost one Its most prominent, progressive This letting is in accordance the governor's determination to push his road building program with al) possible speud. His successful light f.ir n,iiT u Itt,. nrfraa in rn:,d riinslrn, ttrm makes this possible He has sin- ' Mr and Mrs J. F. Farrefl are spend ceeded in reducing the average coet ling the day in Chicago per mlt froi)i $40,ouO to approximately f27,5f)00 and it is expected that suc- , cessful bidders on nil of the paving work outlined above will he well under Che $30,000 per ill He figure which the governor set as a limit. This year up to July 2K. a total of . i74.i6 miles of pavement bus been completed, at a rate of about eighteen miles per week. Dp to July 80 contracts have been awarded for 1 T5.4 miles id' concrete pavement and 260.6 miles of grading The contract cost of the pavement is 83iV3AiVid the eotit of fjho cement is 11,288,566, making the grand total for the pavement, including ce ment. $5,081,074, or an average cost per mile complete of $L'9.uou. Receut contracts awarded have ranged around $28,000 per mile. The contract 'price for the 260 miles of grading, including cement tor culverts, etc.. totals $1.1 i;r.,'.'.l . 1 7. Con tracts have also been let for sixty three separate bridges at a cost, in eluding cement, of $830,212. lam d t: Neb i. 1 1 1 served Were the camp sites hy the cities through which tl ed. In the West suc h Sitea a: oils. One at Brand Is equipped with a cook tree electric stoves for tourists. Ottawa was tl nois city furnishing a Moline being the other. more pleasantly SitUStl va. After leaving Ottawa Mr. and Mrs. King will visit for u time in ibkafio ami lio n expect to proceed to Buffalo Miflsn.na. then to the Catskill mountains and finally about October 1st reach the end id' Lhe trip, making uood their determination of a hike I from the IJohleii Gale at San Fran cisco tQftfte terror of navigation. Hell gate, in Die Iwrbor of New York. CONTINUE NAZARENE MEETINGS A WEEK The Naanne meetings which have been conducted in a tent in Allen Park did not close Sunday night, as they were scheduled to. The meet ings were continued lor (-lie more week on the request ol large numbers of Ottawa people who have been at tending them. The sessions are conducted undei the leadership of Rueben Morsch, son ( Mr. ami Mrs. William C. Morsch Of Wallace township, and John McKay. Tin- two young men an on their way to iudi; to act as missionaries. Large numbers have been converted whit.- the meetings have been in session, Maytag Company announces big reduction in Washing Machines Notice. n requiem high mass for the . .1. P. Quinn at 0 o'clock Wed morning. It is especially re that, all the school children of St. Coluraba's attend this service and not the funeral mass on Thursday. Kev K S. Dunn, a former assistant of St Columba's, will give the sermon at the Wednesday service. ;. -sclav luested DAY NIGHT of and Inhuential bualnee death of Theodore A. 6r, senior member of s.-harfeniierg Brothers ; men in the Si harfenberg, the firm of which occur- SHIP STRANDED ON REEF BELIEVED TO BE 0. K. San Francisco. Cel., Aug. 9.-- Wire leak messagso early today from the stoamer San Jose, which struck on Sa Pablo reef, about 1,500 miles south of San Diego, last night, indicated the Ship was resting easily. There wero thirty-three passengers and sixty mem bers of the crew ahoard. One message from Captain B, Seastro said : "Holding out O. K., I guess." Previous radio messages had stated the ship was "taking a big list" and was in immediate danger. The vessel left Salina Cm, Mexico, on fug. 1 and was due in Sun Franciscc on -Aug. ITi. after stops at. San Diego and I.os Angeles. A radio message picked up from the steamer Griffin said she was rushing to the assistance of the San Jose. The Griffin gave her position as about 800 miles away from the stranded ship. "There Is no panic ahoard," said one of the San Jose's messages. "The pas sengers are treating the accident as an adventure." red at St. Mary s hospital Bunaay, The clothing merchant had submitted .to u urinn nneratlon for the removal of gull stones Wednesday and was progressing well until about 1 o'clock Saturday afternoon when he com i menced to suffer as the result of a secondary shock, the result of the ' operation. With the sudden relapse j he failed very rapidly and death ( came to relieve- his suffering in about twelve hours. Besides his wife, Mr. Bcharfenberg is survived hy two sons and a daugh ter, Franklin and Curl, students at the University of Illinois, and Mrs. Bidonia Smith, of Dallas, Tex. He is also survived hy his father. Edward Bcharfenberg Sr ; three brothers. Robert. Edward Jr. and Julius, and two sisters. Mrs. Peter Starkle Jr. and Mrs. A. F. Sass, of Streator. The funeral services will be held at 2 p. m, Wednesday at the home at 11,1 West Hickory street, the Kev. O. A. Decker officiating. The local Klks win have charge of the service at the grave. t J COUPLE WALKING FROM GOLDEN GATE TO HELLGATE STOP FOR BRIEF VISIT IN OTTAWA AD MIT THEY TRAVEL FOR HEALTH AND NOT ANY FREAK BETS. "From the Golden Gate to Hellgate m foot yes. sir; that's what we're dedng ami we've covered thirty-live hundred miles of the distance." WftS a statement made tO a Free Tuder- Journal representative tijis rooming ny W. H. King, who with Ins wife went into i amp at Aileii Park, last exiling. They will stop here for . a day or so and then tomorrow morning will resume their bike lor Chicago aim tnsnaa eastward. The ojimate, or some oilier conditions al. San PYajtt ohKO had made .it imperative that Mrs. King should have outdoor exer i-ise and her lutnbund, W0 had heeli retired trom the coast artillery ser vice, proposed the jaunt. ( hiiago and Illinois appealed to her and New York and the Catskills to him. for they hud lived in those places before. Have Complete Outfit. Providing, themselves with the necessities for- light housekeeping in- , llM line nn HPmV "DUD tent." MaV 18tll Mr. and Mi's. King left Sin Francisco, - " rlflr hlsrhwav to Poll land, Oregon, from there they turned -r A We have some I -..!.... I .....ill,, anil I It-, . i-1 , 1 Silloll Kt - . - ,-. i. -..-. -M -. TJt .'f . Illllll . Ill III- .III'. w...rf'" ine railroads, lhe Lincoln High Omaha, the Oreat Whit'- Way Mntnna the liiver to River U Trees Loaded With Fruit. Trees loaded With fruit are heat down: the clouds when charged with fresh raia hang down I t lhe earth; even so good men are not uplifted through prosperity. BUCh Is the- n it- I tirni charkcter of the liberal. Bha trlburl. TAXI Phone 126 I. Do you realize what a wonderful advance the Maytag is over old-style washers? It alone has the famous Mill race principle of flushing hot soapy water through the meshes of the fabric with an unusual cleansing force. Also many other refined improvements. Our nrices are at once reduced in con formity with Maytag Co. Come for a demon stration. ami, Diegon. rirai iucic .uvj ...... astward over the Columbia Highway A ,, Huntington. Other routes follow. -I A n Short 'A liwav to B I g Davenport, and thence through nois along what is now called tin 7 Trail to Princeton. Starved was known by reputation and a trip was made to that point and Special Meeting Starved Rock Coun cil, Knights of Columbus, This evening at S o'clock to make ar rangements for attending the funeral of the lute Dean John P. Quinn. JOHN Wl FKKHAN, D. O. K. Marriage Licenses. Howard Farrar, Uttca, 25. UlUe Davey, Lostant, 25. i Notice. The Catholic Daughters of America, formerly the Daughters of Isabella, will' meet at St. Columba church at 8 o'clock. tonight (Tuesday) to recite customary prayers for the dead. O i "J. M. Garlington. M. D. Eye, ear, nose and throat. Scientific eye test and glasses accurately fitted. Phone 680-L. CLASSIFIED ADS (Main Want Ad Section Pago Five.) FOR SAUC One id' the most desir able homes in Ottawa at a bargain if sold at. once; no .shoppers wanted; if you are ready to buy and know a bargain when you see it answer II. C. X., care Free Trader-Journal. WANTED Practical nursing, country preferred, can give best of reference Inquire at this office. MY PICTURE N EVERY PACKAGE P. D. Q, P. D. Q.. a chemical (not an insect Kwder1 tbat wilt actually rid a i ii, a u . .... ,i.'i,.-. ,., ,, nun. ii. . Fleas and Ants with its proper use - impo&siDie inr oi-m 10 exist as it kills their eecs as weti nd thereby stops future genera tion. A "V- parkaizp makes a rjuart. Free a patent spout in every pack age to ffei mem in me nara-io-iiei-at placea. Special iiospital aixe Si SO, make 5 gallons" Vour Drug k t has it or can get it tor you. 1 f Don't Abuse Vour Eyes TONIGHT Alice Mann and Donald Hall R 4 ti "Fruits of Passion A high class drama. One that will enthrall from beginning to end. ALSO THE LATEST FOX NEWS TOMORROW BEBE DANIELS IN SHE COULDN'T HELP IT IB --uMiriyvhi irT'lin' "'f " ' 'f'"! iVn'-'inrP-TKv' I 7.KHHH!BBIHHar937s3 Donf read in a poor light. Don't read facing the light. Don't read when your eyes are tired. Don't read without glasses, if read i ing strains your eyes. Our glasses will enable you to read in solid comfort W. H. Law OPTOMETRIST 824 La Salle St OTTAWA, ILL. I M Drothers with Wallace Beery Jane Acker Tom Forman Irving Cummmgs Mabel Julienne Scott Roscoc (Fatty ) Arbuckle in "THE ROUND-UP" The world-famous plav that has thrilled more crowds than any other drama of the west. Rocking with laughter and loaded with action a tnMANrF A; Rir. AS ALL OUT-DOORS Admission, Adults 20c. Children 10c. Mat. 1.15. Night 7.00-8.40 229 W. Madison St. Ottawa, III. UNION MARKET SPECIAL SALE WEDNESDAY Fancy Lean Loin Pork Chops, 21c Smoked Blade Butts, b 15c Strictly Pure Lard, tb He Hetzel's Breakfast Bacon, tb 18c Hazel Brand Bacon Strips, tb He Native Steer Beef Pot Roast, tb 7c Genuine Steer Round Steak, tb 20c Pickled Pigs Feet, per tb 10c Smoked Pork Loin, tb 22c Fresh Ground Hamburger. ft 10c Bulk Peanut Butter, ho 12c Sliced Pineapple in syrup, can 22c Alaska Salmon, tall cans He Troco Nut Butterine, tb 23c Oak Grove Butterine. tb 24c Watch for Our Big Money Saving Special Sales. 5 2 lifiUf' '" ' I' ' - ald by Corbua" Drug Store.