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TWO MT. PULASKI WERKLY NEWS F FRIDAY, JAN'UAKY g, IN G rocerles m ----- OF QUALITY ----- PRICES FOR - Saturday, Jan. 9tin- McLaughlin 991/2 Coffee, lb. ...... 29c Peanut Butter, I lb. jar .......... 4c Rice, 4 pounds 9c Navy Beans, 6 pounds ............ 23c Baked Beans, 3 for .................. 19c 2 pound box ............ 18c Longhorn Cheese, pound .......... 20c Ferndell 5pap Flakes, large ..... 18c l0 pounds .................... 48c Black Pepper, pound ............. 25c Corn. No. 2 can, 3 for .............. 25c egg Bran Flakes ................ I 0c , pound ............ 5c 4 pounds .................. 23c large size, dozen ........ 25c q BREAD, 20-oz. Loaf t'}/Ck, L/ 3 Loaves for ............ Bring us your eggs---cash or trade. Jenner "It Pleases Us, Phone 4 I. SIDE SqUAXE To Please You." W'e Deliver. IT. PULA,KKI, ILLINOm 1 yer Is Married iTelephone Operators Grateful -- -- 1 The lady operators at the Mt. Pu- laski Telephone Co. exchange, were kindly remembered at Christmas time by a number of Mt. Pulaskians Illinois, in appreciation of the efficient ser- high noon. vice rendered, and they greatly ap- 1931, at the preciate the gifts, and wish to ex- on East Jeffn press their thanks. Following is the being perform- list: pastor of Mt. Pulaski Telephone Company. church, ML Mr and Mrs. Willard Kratzer the ira. Anderson who was when she attended University at from the High she years, and then at- Unicef- that in one of of Dubuque was a former ulaski then oc- position in Lincoln l School. For the years he has . held a j --. TO APPEAR IN )LN NEXT THURSDAY meeting of the Lincoln r of Commerce will ne held dinner at the First church in that O tn'ow, ng00anada Two Canadian Old-Timers With a Season's Catch of Beaver and White Fox. (Prep&red by National GeographIo Society. The canal .was built by tile Royal V;ashingtou. IA C)--%VNU Set'cite. "'klr 7"1H new regions being opened engineers in the third decade of the  / by new roads, railroads and last century and is still in use, a repa- Y  airplane routes, Canada re- ument to their skill and workrmnship. ports an increase of nearly With the opening of the canal the lit- tle settlement grew in importance, and Oe-ifth in l,pulation during the past was called Bytown after Colonel By, decade. Accordlug to a recently corn- commanding the Royal engt: If pleted ceusus there are 10,353,778 in- habitants in the Dominion. sown became the headquarters of the The story of the discovery, explore- thriving Ottawa valley lumber indus- tion. settlement and development of try. Canada from the days of Jacques Car- P, eautiful driveways and natural tier (1524,) Samuel de Champlain parks line the hanks of Ottawa's riv- (10)3,) and ilenry Hudson (1610) ers and canal; and, tho::gh it ls essen- down to the'advent of the railroad in tially a city of homes, many industries the middle of tile last century, is one congregate there attracted by the f travel hy sea, river and lake cheap water power developed by Chau- Tile waterways of Canada provide diere falls Tie or,:ginal parliament ee.sy access to the heart of the contl-, huild:ngs were burned in 1.')16. A nent. Nearly half the area of the Dominion. excluding for the moment the _District of Franklin, comprising the Arctic ishmds, is drained by ma- Jestic rivers--on the Atlantic coasL the St. Lawrence; on tludson bay, tim Nelson; and on the Arctic, tile Mac- keazie. No great natural obstacles di- vide tlese river basins, and plge from one to another is easily made by short portages. Travel by llt or canoe throughout the northern and eastern parts of Canada though slow, has always been easy. Until the railways were built, set- tlement and commerce were largely confined to the seacoast and tim ter- ritories adjacent to the great rivers and lakes of the interior. The age of railway expansion foildwcd the con- federation of the colonies of British North America into the Dominion of Canada and made possible the settle- ment of the extensive farming dis- tricts on the prairies of tha! region, hitherto without access to any market. Airplane Being Used. During the past decade, a widely ex- tendril use of the airplane has heen developed in the remoter parts of the Dominion where modern fm.tliti( f-r travel are nonexistent aml the alter- natives are the canoe in Slllllll]e e and the dog team in winter. Its use by foresters for fire D:drol ! and timber cruising is now wo'l r-tal)- i llshed, while the moderz su:vryor. Dr and Mrs. C. M. Merriman. with his aerial camera, flying 5.P.:d Mt. Pulaski Grain & Elevator Co. ] to 10,000 feet above tile grmmd, pv,,- daces a complete photograplfic rcco,d Undertaking Parlors. i [ of the country for many miles on e.tch Voile. Drobisch. [ side of his line of flight, from which Care, Arthur Woodrum.' can be plotted, with simple traveL'es Side Meat Market, George on the ground for central, all the nat- Mr. Charles Schmitz ] ursl features of the region. Mr. and Mr Fred G. Mayer, Sr. , Regular air routes hetween large Canadian cities are In the nmki. Mr. nd .Mrs. naldo Bertoni. ! Mr. and Mrs. J'elK, T- Hershey. [ That phase of development mut m,c- C. F Schafer Hrdw' 0. essarlly be slower than in Europe or Dr. and Mrs. G. S Connelly. " _  the United States, where the pap:Ha- A. & P. Store (by Everett Rein- tion is denser, the traffic heavier, and well). Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Sams. Connolley Drug Company. K. & S Grocery Unland Chevrolet Sales, and Em- ployes. Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Kemmer. Household Science Club Meets Jan. 15 dinner was bride and an automobile west. They will 1st. THANKS The regular monthly meeting of Mr. Pulaski Libra- the Mt. Pulaski Household Science the 1931 Mu- Club will be held in the American in the Legion rooms on Friday, January their sin- 15th, it being an all-day affair, with a who in any potduck dinner at noon. of, the also want to thank The hostesses will be Mrs. George lonatlons: E. Suedmeler, Mrs. Rell C. Beidler, Mrs. Fred A. Schafer, Mrs. Win. N. Aux- King, Mrs. Albert Shellhammer and Mrs. Morrell DeiborL The program in the afternoon will commence at 2 o'clock, and will be as follows: l Washburn, Sog. Library Club. Business Session. Roll CallHousehold Hints. Music, Mrs. George C. Beidler. Song, Betty Keck. Dance. Winnifred Bowen, Lincoln. Puzzle Box. Each member bring a written question to place in box. O Word comes from Lincoln that January 14th, corn-! John W. Mayer is quite sick at the p.m. They are very home of his son. Herman J. Mayer. : as speaker, Mr. who has many c County. Res- Mrs. Jane Holler and daughter, should be Mrs. Reide Wilson, went to Decatur sponsors are Wednesday morning on the motor accommo- bus, to make a brief visit with the climatic conditions less severe.. To see Canada from tile air today, one Is dependent on the courtesy and hos- pitallty of the serwiees maintained by the Dominion and provincial govern- meats and by commercial flrm - The greatest percentage of Inerea.e in population, shown by the census. wa in the province of r:tish Colum- bia where there are nearly outhird more Inhabitants than there were ten years ago. Quebec and Fak:ltehewan provinces Increased hy more Ham one- fifth. Ottawa, Montreal Toronto. Winni- peg, Vancouver and Hamilton are t cities of more than 100.000 pcp-.laHon. yd Ottawa is the capital of the Domin- Ion. Queen Victoria was well advised when she named Bytown, as It was 'then railed, the seat of government, after confederation in 1867. Few cap- Itals have a finer natural Io'tion. The houses of p.,rliamo:d :,,nd surroand- tag governme, ofii.-es a,'e b:;ilt r,n a high bluff on the suth bank of the Otawa river, just below the Chaudtere falls. Rivera and Canal at Ottawa. To the north, forested spurs of dm i Laurentlan mountains extend almost 'to the river bank, while on the On- . tarlo side of the river the city is sur- :i rounded by a fine farming country. Since the days of Champlain, the Ot- tawa river has been the main highway from the sea to the West. Permanent settlement in the district, however, only began in the first decade of the Nineteenth century. After the War of 1812 the British government, looking for a strategic route from the sea to the Great Lakes, which would avoid the international waterway of tim St. Lawrence, decided on the construction of the Rtdeau reval, whlel wouhl give an elte:'n:Wve uaterwny from M:mt- Buour Meats and MeetYour Friends UN)ERHILL e Home of Home Killed Meats. ver Sacrifice Quality for Quantity. magnificent Gotide structure has ris- en on the old site. crowned by a cen- tral spire, Victory tower, ;-L5 feet high, built to commemorate Canada's part in the World war. Montreal. the largest of the Cana- :, Morripreme Creamery Sugared Bacon Squares ......  Sugarared Picnic Hams ........ iil Lean sh Pork Shoulder Roast Lean ]ash Pork Hams ............ Lean esh Side Pork ................ Freshieaty Spare Ribs ........... New er Kraut, quart ............ Pork {ops ............................ Fresticed Liver _: ................. Natieef Pot Roast ............ Lean itive Boiling Beef Ch0icaeef Steak .................... 1 Lambhops or Steak ................ 20( Lambtew ............................. 8t Oyste; quart .......................... 60 Som00ing Your Algs Welcome at the West Side Meat Market Mutualmlity. Mutual Prices. Mutual Treatment ring Us Your Hogs for Butchering. i Outstanding features during th Revival which is in progress will b the Overstake Sisters Trio. Dr. ]$1 Speal Soon woo00 Stereapticon slide along with interesting musical ent tainmeuL The Revival will contin 'indefinitely. Everybody invited. ALathami o i Caffeine: "Why does )'our i ter sing in the dining room?" dian cities, was desolate St. Lawrence Latham. Ilin. 7. Latham and Dunkett: "It's the only way river Imuk three hundred years ago. vicinity are experience perhaps get the guests to leave tb.e table." It was first visited by Jacques Cartier; one ot the test events that has o the tirt settlement ou the site rose in taken place .entral Illinois for a I ' e'v clt:es I av 00'e:'ter ""t"ral mighty ing : it is duhtfui if' Mt Pulaski advantages. At the head of ,,(.,,m [eepte throUentral Illinois have[ navigation, yet alnmt 1,1Rl miles fn, u ev n" had an*ortunity to hear this the Atlantic. it is a natural gateway g:'at man o until now. Dr. Bul- Christmas for the commerce of the (ntinenL .;:n has thOstinction of having Her merchants Ilave not heen slow preached in ry state in the U. S. t,A_ as ,,'ell aeland. Scotland. Eng- Seal Sal take advantage of the situation 1" - land, %alesmany and France. limited water power drives her indu.tH e has just tpleted a campaign in tries' whee'.s. ICadle's Table in Indianapolis, Next to Montreal ranks Ton)nto, |Indiana Thuitding seats 12,000 Last week The News published capital city of the Province of On-[people, an II many. occasions the list of the people of Mt. Pulaski .... o " -'i "" o ulated -,r 'stre" -wltn people that tarm. ne m s to cKly p p ! co,id not'oom. . vicinity who had received vinee of the Dora nlon. Nearly ne- .... " . l A" a nl.et in Portland Oregon third of the Dommons mhahitants l,ve " . .._ " . ' ) , . in a nmmlating 27 000 people, it with:n t ntarto's herders. Toronto IS,we a n .oss to issue' tickets and a worthy capital of a great province, i l.::m t 2lse holding tickets of a linam.ial and industrial center, and '{le al erumber to attend each the eat of the largest university in night. Nevaas there been a man Canada. that has dn and held such crowds . as Dr Bulg In the state of Cah For the next lar,est city, one must:' " + "" .lump Italf way across tile I)o,ninion !!rna;nh::sdre 4.':O?heSrUl::): O 0 to X\\;mmpeg tlte d:mhutmg center of ljesas ' praisthe Lord for this man western Canada a:ti, as it were, the]o f God neck of the bottle, where the railway t Through t friendhip of the pas- lines converge. Althoull slightly tor of the ham laptist Church. more th:,n a century old. its rapid Rev. Jesse tark. :he event has growth has taken place during the been accomhed. r. Bulgin will past two generations. Now it is a city only speak e night in Latham. as of line so:eels, well-timbered parks, he will be oute toPortland, Ore- nnd be:aniful driveways ufong the As- [ gon, where is schuled to appear siniboine and Red rivers, very soon. r. Bulgil it at present enraged in meetin in Muncie, In- "l'hs is a leafy city', far removed i dia. Tb e have )een inquiries J" Abner Jackson, from one's idea of a drab. treeless[fran manYiiles arobd concerning K. Villiam Klotz. prairie. The n-1)le parliament huild-ith, appeare of fis man. and M.--Elmer Moore (Lake Fork] ings of Manitoba. are worthy of the th,se conteflating ..oming should Mrs. John McDonald. province (;rowing with the great.Ca-i by all meancome e,ly. There will i S.--Mrs. Frank Sager, J. C. Sl i bearrangennts to at several hun- ney. na(lian west, Winnipeg's future is as-!drd people[ the Wither will per- V.--Dr. Forest C. Van Hook. sured. S,mle 900 miles west is Cal- mi, as theYare plating to arrange gary. , ses outsidthe dooas well as in- - Two Big Cities in the West. sid- There 11 be fther announce. In Progress : Vancouver wlt")20, .090 Inhabitants and Victoria are in the 'potlight anmng the leading cities of the Pacific coast. 'ictoria, clinging to the south- era end of Vancouver island, is the first cl,y of the province of British t'ohm'da. It was first settled in 1842 hy the g)vernor of the Hudson's Bay company. It is perhaps the most Eng- lish h:wn outside of England. Its sit- uathm is dellgbtful and the absence of the rush and hustle of other west- l00vival qow At 00.tham ] t] i He Chrismas Seals from the Logan Cott: a ty Tuberculosis Association, and  = .sent their remittance for same t the local chairman. Mrs. W'ilhelm  IM Kautz. Since this list was publlahe the following have made payment:  Bill [@. * FOR SALE--Six tons of good Tin othy Hay, five tons of No. 1 Clov Hay, and ten tons good Oats Strs --A. L. Pool, Rfd. 1, Latham, II Phone 675 Rose, Latham. ern cities, Its beautiful gardens, fine Ltham, Ill Jan. e-The Turkey " -- " "" r LOST--Pair of Nose Glasses, wi bui d n drives, and splendld mate, antGoose Suppe  the Latham __ n  all lend it an attraction for those who Baist Church o t,sday evening, chain, in Mt. Pulaski M wish to lead a quiet, out-of-door life Dmber 31st, Nears eve, was Finder please notify Mrs. Herm ..... ri .......... erner I vey successful SL g the tteviva Hahn. ann escape ule ;ur ut tte t ! -- ,' ...... r inc .... ul wih a gooo attenua t cnmate or omer p o" es. r_,sq - . _ - arn" . NOTICE--Leading Vacuum Cleane malt, the naval base, situated in at_ Irs..c-.A. S:_ t Dectur,^aa for sale, $10 to $39,50; save h nearby bay, Is of importance strate [o.s ea ta gt, {OsebacZt bein  Repairing a specialty. Have Par glcally and the headquarters of the!,, on " " a'  .... er and Attachments for all makes. -- Royal Canadmn Nnw and ImpeNd ................. v .... " . : hel the attention Ohe young folks H. Lane, Mt. Pulaski, Ill. Phm fleet on the Paclnc coast, i rettrkably well. .ng with her 38. Vancouver contrasts sharply with we several mem of the First Victoria. It is the metropolis of the Bast Church, De, Miss Elsie CHOICE HEDGE POSTS---Have ! sale several hundred large strai cit We d coming as Cter still in the making, each year increas- I lqr. Jesse G. o:pastor of the anchor Hedge Posts, 10 to 14 f Canadian Pacific coast, a thriving y, S " long, and line posts, all priced ing its importance. A generation ago I,,atam BaptiunihLe Sake a suit purchaser. Will deliver tall pines grew where it stands; In _.ers nat  _ ofU . _ . if bought soon. Also have for 0 nlS[K was alSO at interest ' 1923 its shipping trade Was second  " t one Shorthorn and Guernsey only to that of Montreal. With the &Pageant was the young weight 1350 lbs. Located 7 penile of the chU in tie cast. Th( was "The preaive. Ore new vert rollent o- 2. This successful ;, 1. Several ing plauvs the tjath Rv. ored with address c. P. U. Dm on be bering 24 east and %-mile the Pageant laski.--John T. very ira- La tham, Illinois. Latham. as a COD- church en- RUGS FOR home-made, from to come to a Mrs. Charles Holmes, close. Illinois. Phone 324. are be- ROOSTERS FOR r future at al Barred Rock , State accredited f been hen-} of North Spring ive the main  sell Buckles, Mt. at the B. Y..  Mason City FOR Iover, ' by the fala Hay, and Opts liVer.F. I PJd. them. Illinois. 675 Ltham. wealth of mines, timber, fisheries, and agriculture not only of British Colum- bia, but of the western prairies be- h|nd it, it cannot be otherwise than one of the great trading ports of the world. It is the terminus of two ma- Jor rathvay systems of Canada. Just under the 100,000 population mark is Quebec which no narrative of the Dominion fails to mention. No city of the world has a more romantic history than the old French capital, nestling below the cliffs of the Citadel, and the Plains of Abraham. where was finally decided in 1759, the great struggle between France and England for supremacy In the western hemi- spht:'e. -'n4E i%e ! 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