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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 81, 1021.
PAGE CIGHT OTTAWA ITIEE TRADER - JOURNAL FREE TRADER - JOURNAL AUU OTTAWA 111 Wftt iikiiMiir grtarj Adorooua Bxcepi ouatfei r'Kr.N TKAUKK.JOlllNAl. 1KIM1N'. W. H. OSMAN . . Mr.M..,r of thu Associated Pri TESM8; Dally oi yoar is advance fcy carrlei Daily, one year in advance, b natl, ontalda I a " Oatly. ono year In advance, by mail, la La Daily. lifir week by carrier TI.h A.nm-lni.Ml Pre-. Im exclusively of ah news dispatches credited to It and alsn local news publish Ad herein Entered as second claa MMt Mar. 86, 111., nndor the An of Oct 3. 1817 MONDAY NOVEMDFF! 21 I NEED SPEED LIMITATION AND ROAD I AW ENFOR( D ( )n several i iCCO. I merit from the office i isitetl ( Ktawa ami m automobile law - are en i sec that the prop; r ins re f tin' intnii t I' chauffeurs licenses arc ll. In i ther vvcrds. that a from those si urc s. When qucstit mcrl the statement vas 1 n hen- than iu many i th tr. specific violation tl "Of course, we can't k and tiie qucstii mer n tton was being paid bj the revenue. With the ct inii of vehicles usine tl .ii wavs an- t" be afe, ind traveler. s .ni effort will be w ithin the law . 1 rjth as I ffltports from eastern ita show that accidents are nior the r atls were improved, an lure nianv so-caiicu uangei reduced. Then is a matter too l .i.l era Ahea.K driver to report the tr necessary tfa t wrs I nwh Thh may not be : tl i who has made the trip il he was htttinc; a trail i The itrtpr ved roads ma a reasi mahli Mc'i -i. tut lie contended that any tna with safely to the occupan And alnp t cla ;i refi cause the law as b light leave- the corn rale limits the matter -'due atteni f rtind neees ku) . I he ei improved highwav s cal hard n ad ; they call for p he en j' lyed by all o the i" comlitions necessitate ne imi-t eventually be met. WILL ADD A THOUSAND MILES OF ROAD PAVING. A sin rt time agothere was a dcdtcattoti ceremony, participat in by the governors of both VVisci nsin and llltirois, up on the l line nol far from either Rctoit or Rockford. Ine occasion v the dedication of the Meridian trail, an improved highway wli traverses the two states north and south, ! he highway g - 1 closely the line knowli to Illinois surveyors as the third princi meridian, pasmg through Mcndota and I. a Salle in this county, a Bloomington, Centralia and Vamlalia further south, The t crovernors, aliahtine from 'heir automobiles, shook hantls acr ei i ( ii in the 11 i the jr.it axi' ii lur ana rich mt! elai t entr: "Tomboy" Is i NT s swat EadtJiffc girls do not stil l rothing else. If th.'Ir i - i they "wild havo Ucu c-iilt i t' r FAIR OEAL&K Mum trl Co. lJuill"tjr ' Editor and 0u.ral Maaagor Wantvlnit Rdlinr 6 no 4 do 4,00 II ntll! ! 1.. tl H for ri.pu'di.ai ion or not :ncrwlie credited to this paper !, . at Otla iii iii b for ordinary traffic al the narrow htghwaj spent icr . ('!' ipment im urram, Obsolete Word! m m i i Hat tb, y b arn Hints n colli t EVERETT TRUE BY CONDO A Wi-OWOUT !, NOiO THAT C akjS Ivl? cose a Lot t- tims amp tve'te v?s .( For?. THtS- MtSQ T IW CJ J' Oy Cc-orv'CSe, i'rVOVCR K.rJe?lO T TO f I tv'dlSM CO ' 1 8 L v. Today's WHEAT PRICES CLIMB IN EARLY TRADiN3 ts ::ave coi: adem a to the bulls : looked for. Opening quotations which uried from tc to i'-e higher with 11.T. $1 Otf 10 11.09 to $i 11!; were foHi i May $1.104 a alight (I fresh Di with May at 54c to 64 ic i l further upturns. were firm in sympathy til -li.v. Higher hog vain' strenghten provisions. WEEKLY REVIEW GRAIN MARKET tor tho 01 thai a bltt iter letting ; IS than i o of united placement i :n.,i ii ' s w nea ind ths Brisk with ko financing to price I he com (run. gi both of corn and oafs nnnlntinna m t this Lowest quotations yet were touched by provbj slve hog arrivals Hoemei chief weakening Influenci aond 4148, 95.00i third 4! Live Stack. Chicago, Nov. 21. Hop Pec apt 30,900 head; he'd over, L'.i.TT; open ing 10c to 2i)e higher than Saturday'-! average, mostly ia yard traders; $7 paid for numerous loads i f roo, hoas; quality mostly good; average cost Sat j urday, 6t75. Cattle -Receipts, l9,i hi ad, Shei p Receipts, 1 ' 0 11 0' ad. Provis:onr. Chicago, Nov. 81. rsuttcr hlghai! i creaini ry extras ' ' ; rn I l ; II eonda, 32-'13 1 ; :;t ! 3Vs. IChks high i . rec Ipts, 1,7 Brats. .". -':.; ordinary : . I I mliwcllaneous. :; refrii i tra i, : Hfc-87c; r- Itigersti r r 8fe, v-f 4 tN . Poultry1 -Alive un m i; :;nc; average, Ijc; tor ra, 13c TOOL BOX I c: n; Mi --a L"t 'A ' w " ' -.v3rv. - . ij -unm 13 ' GRAIN Chicago market report furnished by . W. Klrbv, manager Simons, Hay & Co., Ityjrn PhOB S(5. NioJ.iDoy Balldlng, I'rev Close High. Ixsr. C"ioe . Corn .ei, -2J .48' .49 ." t1 , ., g'J :' I -i j Di c May Cas1! Markets. New No. ' tniv iOW- New No. Oats CASH MARKETS SOUTH Wheat .. Oatfl OTTAWA ELEVATOR. .91 .4214 .40 ,40 .38 ). 1 white 9, 1 yellow . . .' RUCKRIGCL'G ELEVATOR No. 4 whit' rn C( A 1 .11 WALLACE Wheat ( )ats GRAIN MARKET. .111 No. No. white 30V 3 white. I white A. . white 4tb ' 8tor , ffQ 2 yellow 42Va 1 'j' No. 3 white 40 ft " Vn '. ve Inii ... .411';, v,, i ' :M . t,,r slionner Pridav. hnzaar which will take lilaee about II1IIIIIIII!!!!III1IMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!!IIIII llllll No i y, ::::::::::: .iigl Mr .. garah Mullen, formerly of thf, mlddV0 oi December. IBRffii mHWimiHIHIHIHIIIIII nun mmmm s 1 1 Substantial Redudicn In Goodyear Tires iu - rii.'A U sroth, N.?n; RliorA11 uuca lneaire hslt s ,r. I Iw ill 00x31 $13.95 $17.50 i UUCa'a Mew Price i Under New Management. 30x3 $ 9.85 $12.35 5 B. A. Wormald I I 30x3 $10.95 $14.75 Shewing Thanksgiving Day Special t How can you afford to buy unknown brands jj 4 . . . n I 5 when you can buy Goodyear Tires at the above 4 Mack Scnnett's 5 Reel Comedy t t Zi 2 new puces. The greatest Mack Sennett Comedy ever produced i MARSEILLES MOTOR CO. firrr:. mit ! .. g ' 1 ll'""'wajaaaaaMaM8aaawawawawiBsaBw m m jeepYiQne Black 42. Goodyear Service Station 5 $ 5 5 GRAND RIDGE MISS WINIFRED YOCUM Correspondent MRS. JOHN BYRON REED EXPIRES THIS MORNING i uh thta norntnf) claim d Mr ,liini llyron Read, one ol Orand llldgo'i moat beloved ol l reatdt nl the end coiutm .it 10:30 o'clock, fol lowing b vM'ek'H illness oi pnoumoBla iii the family residence on Knal Ulb ert) street, Mn Keaa, ai Harrlel v porter, wa i born in New Balom, Pa Jul) It, 1850; i mi iv !u l .i girl of S cuuie'tp Illinois I wit 'i li r fsihcr. Tl, (fttiuUy Kettleil in I mud Runiit to .iisliip. tin Mureh 11. 1ST:', VII s Toi ti r became the bride Ol Jolni llyron ltted,nntl to ibis unloi, j w i li rn elghl chUdri n. five ol whom, v.nii the bereaved husband, lnurvrr 1 mourn the loss of a lovtnsjj wife and mother, Tha children are I i; I war i ami locator of Porool lit'., lowu; Jchn of Qrand Rldse, Men. l.lu- i i II William " ot Bnsle, Kan , and Mrs. ICmma Hessland ol Ottawa. Two hall 1 t ra, Mrs. Margaret Croa i - and Mli Cora Porter, both of Gra id Ridge, :ilso survive. ace. her marriage the deceased ., devoul .mil faithful worker In Mrthodisi church and i leader In W C T. I .olivilles of the vll-l-'ei- many jears ln- solved as iccllor for the Royal 'Neighbors the th. e funeral hive yet not in n comph GOOD WILL CLUB. Muron Tonvbaugh provi d bar i Mrs self a delightful hostess on Thursday j Whitney start today to Wtndon afternoon at her country home, south- j Mian, to attend the funeral of Mrs w. il of the village, when the major- Henr Pcnoyer, who died suddenly u ol the members of the Good WUljMra, Hill and Mrs Whitney are sis club together with two visitors who tow of Mr. Penoyer. were Mrs Ralph Hatnpson and Mrs.' illunn ll.i::inson. present, The la-1 dies as is their coatcm spent the earl) hours of the afternoon sewing for thi Ir hostess, at the conclusion of which came the social hour, Which is always much enjoyed, i Oam b had been previously arranged and at tile close the contestants who won tirst prizes were Mrs Kdward Armstrong ami Mrs nampsov, ne fore departing the guests wen served delicious refreshments The club v. ill meet again OA Dee 16 With Mrs Frank Mm th of The home of .;. B. Read on east Liberty street miracnlouaty escaped being destroyed by fire on Saturday afternoon when a fire started from a laundry stove in the basement. Smoki of tht was coming through the floor . tirst slory v. nen upon lUTOU'imv, gatidh it was found to be on tire, j Th" quick work of neighbors with tfee j aid of the large Village hose and chemical extinguisher the house was; saved from being totally destroyed Tie' family are having their troubles i ; Mrs Head is critically 111 of pnOU monia and had to be taken from lier nil room on the second floor ilnwn lairi, 19 k so In case the available means of get 9U tine th" lire under control failed she could be moved to a nearby neish n ' I bor'ai The loss has at this time not 50 " i Mrs Karl Hakey spent the past ! week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs George Bchobert, durinK her hn , " I band's sojourn in Chicago. John Wagner aa a Village caiwr Friday. Mr and Mrs Charles Ott of Kast Main Btreel have as their guests rel ative;; from Chicago. Mrs. P. E, Reeae spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Poundstone, east of town. Mrs Llnnle Read Williamson of Kansas la due to arrive tonight In answer to a telegram sent her a few days ago apprizing her of the serious illness of her mother. Mrs. J. B. Road, whose condition remains the same. K I). Williams transacted business at the county seat last week. Miss 1 ;s WOolenhaupt took advan tage of her holiday from the Ottawa high school, where she is a student and with her mother, Mrs. George Wnnlnnhaunt visited her old school- i mates at the Grand Ridge high school i Friday. V.'o regret to note John Rlnker on ; the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. ,. (). Jackson oT Syl van avenue it is reported will leave i In a few days for Florida, where they will spend the w inter. i Mlsa Dorothy Vocum and brother ! Harold ere over night, guests Friday with their grandmother, Mrs. M, H. Yocum, Mrs. Anna Qa titer ft, IHhirlington avenue is spending a few days with i her son. Everett, and family, after which she will go to Leonora for an extended visit with her brother. Mr. Alberts. Mrs. David Poundstone was a duw Marseilles News MARY MAC ARTHUR Office Phone, Black 176. House Phone, Black 35. Office over Star Theater. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1921. R. ports Roadc at "Fierce." William Rollo Jr, and Roy si ii I motored ovor to Rootttord on j.t 1 1 1 , da) and returned, yesterday, Thi : 1 I port the ruada were gomt thing Here on the w:i to Rockford, so on their peturu the,, carna by way of Jollrt or the Lincoln highway and thenci h m i oil ill" hv V:iy. Tbey say In getting down on the pontoon bridge at Ohm nation thai the ruts , re 10 doen tlioj bad to . ei out and push the car. n the bottom of the car struck thu ground The) don't si u how ptionle cotllng the opposile way ever k'! iii the loll f i am 1 1 river to th road, ua the bank is sleep and no attempt haii boon mado to level too rota, Pl.iy Tie Game With Streator. The Mi n i liles football leani weni ; . to sir. aior yesterday, accompanied by 1 a large number ol rooters from thla city, The Tlgvri were matched I agalnsl ths bin Btraator team and th game was played at the fair grounds I Thi t ma loomed very evenly matched, and the score ;i the Una1' wlndup was nothing t nothing, Tho Vlaraeilh boyb had some bad luck In the game, as they twice lost their ball I on the Btraator ten-yard line. Then a goal was almost in sight This was om ol i'i closest games played ho la this J ear by the TtgerB. Leave to Attend Funeral. Mrs John M. mil and Mrs Prank uawai to bcrve Lunch. i no i. on, church will ;' ' Ircle oi the Methodist to Ottawa, where shi; will remain un serve liimh at the Kber-ltil tomorrow', whon she will com,! sole sale tomorrow - T Dalton Condrott, Mathaw Mitchell, Harold Swanaon went with tho i. p. football team to Chicago yesterday to I see the Chicago I'niversity play Iowa, j Mrs Veal and grandson were Otta wa shoppers Saturday. us m d. vase ami airs, & i.. Mrs. 1 PhUdera were Ottawa shoppers Satur - Hr. Paltuei funeral of Mr of Ottawa attended the I. Jno. Bauniah Saturday a tn. N'eal Harmon of W'.iltbam. was al La Salle paaaenger Saturday. Mr. Ernie Wllhelm or La Salle' attended Mrs. Jno. llauman's funeral Satin day a. In. Mrs, vm. varne.'s mother returned, to her hoe in Minonk after visiting her a few (lays. Waiter Hialar transacted business n pUca Siiturtlay. Mrs Harmon Hoppe Jr., was a La ! salle shopper Saturday. Mrs Mike Gorman was a La Salle j .h,itiir Sjilnrdav Mrs. Edna Phelps and daughter Of Oglesbv, wi re Utlca visitors Sat-j Dfday Mr. and Mrs it. Lyddon from itock-! ford, 111., and Mrs. Casper Mauman. I from Cherry Valley, and Mrs. Eaglol and daughter from Washington, Iowa,. came to attend the funeral of Mrs.! Jno. Bauman Saturday a. m. Mrs. o. jones ana ramuy ana Laura LeRette from Ottawa attended the funeral of Mrs Jno. Bauman. Mrs. Krnest Woodberrv and little girl and Mrs Joe Glanry Were La La Salle shoppers Saturday. LOCAL MARKETS Lard 10c. Ducks, 15c. Old Toms, 20c. Pigeons, 5. Old TloosterH, 8c. SUhfs. Re Geese, 12c. Cream Eggs, 35c. 53c. Putter, 40c. Springers, 17c. Hens, 17e. Turkeys, 33c. Grand llidge, but now of Ottawa, was looking after business interests hero Thursday. Karl Wakey and brother Iloss were Chicago visitors from Monday until Friday. Mrs H. Hess was among the recent Btreator passengers. The Ladies' aid of the M. K. church met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. David Poundstone, with B good at tendance, The ladles devoting the tinu to working on articles for th rlr TTTTaO 1 1 4 At Candle Light Service. Some twenty-five of our ManetUea membori ol the Kpworth Letfua went in Beneoa laat evening to attend can die light s rv li e held bj the Seneca loague The., report vcrj intereiit- : mi, mootlhg. Auto to Pacific Coast. Mr and Mrs Ji hn Poole and dayth tcr and ron Stokes and wife itsfMti 1 this morning1 on an auto trip to tU I'HClflo coast. Th y iH '.top on the read to ii. il frll nds and rebitlvus. C pen. ill, ii : i Irr ol Mr. I'oole'a WltlO 1 lives In the iVeat, ami whom he has not sol ii for years Fabian Stcicty Meeting. The tfablan Society of tho Halve.- siili.d chureh meets tomorrow, at the . home of Mrs c E, l. ic( oi Washing ' ton street, and will srvi rags for rug. Which tbey h ie to have in readllictt" lor i ale by Christmas, More Ancnt the Nurse's Car. The lettering on tho nurse's car hue lie, u completed and it la all urtlsll" job. Local Notes. Il T White and imnlly and .1 V. While an family drove to I. a Salle yesterday and visited at the home of Mr and Mr .1 I While Mrs. William Dcnnlger of East inuir street, ratumod from i visit in Bon oca with her parent; for the week end. Mr and Mrs. Grover Ktllolea and son Curtis were dinner miosis yester day at the home of friends In Ottawa. Miss km i th Qnraro of Joliei bj i;uest over Thanksgiving at the home of Mr and Mrs U (! Kllbdea of Union Strei t. Ml u Qumm today wenl back t" the hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. W s Kllh lea. k.Vmtauil li":-:.:. of Ud llorrle': Mi ' sifi'i tnrl' b e nil an;. if (lttavv lmi A I' flicirirdsQu, proprietor if the il tel Ottawa, were viaitora at th place of buatnr.s of tho Maraafllos Motor com pan) yc iterday. John Blanchard, Sam tppsteln. Howard Adler and Harry Scott were among those who attendc l th Qayoty ai Ottawa last evening Bertha Jurgensen and Olympia Bat lick were iii oitawa last evening to attend the Qayoty, Andrew Talty of Ottawa paused through Marseilles last evening upon his return trip bv auto to Tuscola. niloo la ananviul In aMnnl , . ,..,r 0OT , rhlcaao today. Harrv Hill and Warren Adams are starting Ibis week to Aniboy, where they will spend the winter in hunting and trapping In tho country around Amhoy. T l BroWster U an Ottawa visitor today. August O'Ditle motored to l.add yes tarda) . Michael O'Brlefl is no oitawa vis itor today. Mlfe Marian White of Kinsman, a diece of Mr. and Mrs. John Vaughoy, is a guest at their home on Washing ton itreet. t'laudo Van Hoorebeke and Ray Klnnanib r were visitors at the Gay ety in Ottawa last evenfhg. A Large Stock of Geese, Turkeys, ducks and chickens on hand ''la ur order nof later thanQea- day if you w ish them dressed, FARM PRODUCB COMPANY, Commercial street. ' South Side Coal. fi s0 nr n in two ton lots or more, 86.75 per ton for single tons and on the hill. For prompt delivery 'phono Black No. 6. Manufacturers' Coal Co. ill! A large stock of Geese, Turkeys, Ducks and Chickens on hand. Place your order no laer than (Tuesday if you wish them dressed. FARM PRODUCE CO. Commercial Street