Jacksonville Daily Journal (Jacksonville, Illinois) Aug. 4, 1926 pg 5

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Jacksonville Daily Journal (Jacksonville, Illinois) Aug. 4, 1926 pg 5 - Tho JACKSONVILLE DATI,Y JOURNAL, TUESDAY...
Tho JACKSONVILLE DATI,Y JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 1020 HOLD RITES HERE FOR FORMER M. E. PASTOR Rev. William V It trt lodge HntiiuM io >f at-knonvllle f«»t* Interment»» llb'il Hiil urda v. Jacksonville Chautauqua, Aug. 21 R<*v. William Newton Rutledge, long prominent in the Methodist, ministry, died Saturday at hi« home In Champaign. The funeral party came to Jacksonville Monday, Monday, going direct to Diamond drove cemetery, where the «crv- iee* wen* conducted by Rev B, I,. Tobie. pastor of Centenary church with which the name of Rutledge was so long connected. Rev W. N Rutledge was born Jun»* 3, 1K14, at Oreenfield. He joined the Illinois Conference in 1#71 and retired in 1911, after pervinK In the ministry for forty .year*. Hi« father, Rev, Georg** Rutledge. was one of tho pioneer MethortiKt minister# of thin »Motion »Motion sertitig from 1K35 to 1870. Th<» »on. who ban just paired away, tilled among other appointments appointments Wo*t Jacksonville circuit. North Ja< kHonvlUe circuit. Buffalo, Buffalo, White Hall, Harry and Ver- his n tiremant his j mmmm j__ Interest in t—» hurch ha« con-1 ~ tinned and thru the reading of I Margaret Kmma (»raharn. Surviv- church papers and magasines he ling a No are hi» brother and sifter, kept constantly in lonch with I Charlen C. Rutledge of Chicago, church affairs. and Mrs, Thomas Rapp of thin Mr Rutledge waa married Sept. I city. 2it. 1HVU. to Kmma U. liammnl, From hi* youth up and then all who survives him together with I the active year* of hi« life Itev. one « on. George Itutledge. now Mr. Rutledge wa* Intereirted in professor in the Massachusetts In-1 uplifting thing» and the influence "dilute of Technology, Cambridge, of hi* long and useful life will be Ala»»., and one daughter, Mrs. without end. - -------- - -.......—---------------I Funeral service» were held y^s- 3 Car loads H. & A Binder.| terda> afternoon «t tour o’clock None better, just unloaded. Send in for yours today.— , Jacksonville Farm Supply Company. FEROCIOUS U'KI.M IM t> The Wells Mr, and Mrs appear at the Jacksonville Chautauqua Chautauqua on August 21. By general consent their organisation ha* for years occupied a place of pre-em* their pro inenee among th** popular yiuwl- ular with Duo composed of cal companies of the platform. Arthur Wells will Therv »■ *»" air of profenaional- inui in the ptogrnm of the Well« Duo, which coupled with the n August 21. By general splendid personalities oi the«. wo, yell known artist», makes im tremendously pop- leir hearer«. DAMAHC Syria today t hroes c»f ever Waged, counter most rWoìtini being made, bowled men side, of ears cut off the most latlon are Without of responslbillt situation Svrla. should und**r the of nations, the hangman lie square. to a cc dated d A tin HOLD FINAL RITES FOR FORMER BLUFFS MAN It. IU»lianl*M»n Killed hj at IH»ln»it, Mich. Train Ixid y rived from Champa Champa i k n for buiial. and th e Jack­ üonvi tie at t**miantx met al the of 1 \ H . Kapp, o f South Ea»f 8tre+ •t a nd then pr oceeded to Dlammid ( ¡rove remetcry. Th e »ervice* wore In charge of Rev. Tobif ripturc was rruid by Rev.H. tftic. follow* *d by a pravr r led »... hr F. M. Rule, Dr. A S. Cha pma n, district gave a f sup»*r1n- ■ w w el 1 cho8* n rer narks in regard to Rev Ruth•dpc.Th« committal service was |>erfo d with R«‘\ . Tobie offici at I qr Th p n»Il-h*> e pwi'W irera were Rev. A. S Chapmin. Rev Paul nunois. Rev. H. F Ci sic. Rev 11 P. Mr- Clelli Pfì Rav Ft. B. Le%ls and Rev O. T . W atsel. Bluffs, June 28.—The remain»* of N M Richardson, familiarly known an “Bona” Richardson, a I former resident who was instant- j ly killed in the Wabash yards In j r.r-frnit, Mich., Wednesday after| after| noon wi r»* brought to the home of ; his *i*ter-in-law. Mrs. Lee Mori Mori Hi Friday night where brief fun« j era! serviee* were held at 2 p. n). I Heturday in the presence of a ! Iiirue number of relatives and 1 frlendn. Funeral services wero in j charro of th«* Itev. K K iu.i«r* i well. Interment wan made In th* * Kxeter c^mefery. Funeral serv- ! ii f'H wf*r*‘ h»*ld at his hom** In I>e* I>e* tr»* 4 t. Mich . Friday evening at fi J r^cloek p. m. The decedent had resided in Detroit. Mich., for th*» past 2* yt-ar», where he won the respect I and esteem of all with whom he j eame in contact. m a miai • I irti set* hatr* d f they ho th» Alt. »r Il nuli and so n - i William street, a trip to attended *»r's Hister. by auto, weeks. ATTENTION, Wanted Call us for W. S. JoV

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