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I m; .J eel \ l o u d ip'' lit r 1 Tt h o ^ n \ i lice i ic i l i t « lie i i t co n n 1 t i , ic loom - n i l re Hi" b o \ s s ep STATE'S ATTORNEY Former Commissioner Enters RaEte. J a lies, ^ M o n ' g - n i ) ^ l i o u a s t. mn ss one or f i n a n c e d u t i n g Hie l_r ceclliifc c t j t O m n st. u i o n « h e i t h e c t j i tnt tl - o i ^ h a b o u t is com pi cited i ^m nn 1 -, t i a t i o n as H 26 Old Soldiers Help J. A. Cochran To Celebrate T h e belt i g- ot d r u m s ind p i p i n g of f i f e s i arl ed the dispel al ot the t -, c n n-.)iK old Foldicrs v, ho ga h e i e r l W e d n t s ^ ^ noon to h t l ) T V Cocli- r i n one o' t h e i r coi n idea cclob ate 1= e l j h r - r e \ o n 1) t r b l i d a c J \ C o - l i n r a C i \ 1 mr \ e t c r n " i t h c i e l Ms coi irnlc-s of t b e old cUs s | l , l is 1 cine 1 10 l a « t - - I a i n --trett \ \ c u n c s d a x mil \ \ l u l a U m e ;· t ' u c e e o u i s o d i n n e r s o i i t r t b \ t l o t l t u t h t e i s T i l l g-i mil O i t - f c h t e i B of t l o o l d imn i c K c d one i l o t h o r ind t i l l e d n c r t i e o l d t i m e " f c h o r t a i l s \ \ c r c g i \ c n \^ soint o t h o n u n n J * sketc . r f th f a i n L u i l d i n e - w i l l he of b i l c K Cl bv 16ft f e e t T i e f r o n t \ i l l b e t w o ttorlee h i f f h and space v i l l M j e reserved on the second flooi for a p a r t m e n t s in case it is desired to use- It for tha.t purpose The o f f i c e w i l l be In the f r o r t of the f i r s t f l o o r ana there w i l l be dlsp a\ nnd slorage rooms and a s i o p 40 \n ^ f e e t T h e b u I d l n s A\ I have an o r n a m e n t i 1 f i o n t v , l ' h large plate glis! \ v l n d o n s M - H a m n in o w n a t ict it fie cist end ot th* Mod « H i over 100 f e e t dee ) t'nt D i ^ t \0 nrcl K r p t r il l i t e r ta| s tl o n c l i l l c d o s l t e p i n i u s i r - i l p i o ^ i mis f om il pa f c C tl c L n d E l i t e s On 1 1 esd i n i s i t ll b o v s h il tl L r l i m e c f 1 en H ,,- i i c l i p c r a n i froii 11 c con i i i i v e 11 f on tl l i c N _ h ( l i\ Us w l c i n ul I f i sci i , i ei n he e % t i i l i f r M ~a n i l I K s ^ Mm r '·h « i me i 1 er o* l i e c o i I Ko ho i 1 a tf i - r n i f om 1 s I 1 sis 01 i i De i i i 10 i 1 ' on t h e | 111 ^1 i t 01 = TU l i 1 COMP \ \ s l Or n Mi ion t'lc I f . 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IBO I l i e r u c i T l l i i e c f i a i i e b u i cl n n e n t h t act H is n e t e ^ t i r \ to u n i o n . t « o Li i I d i n p s to in il e i oo n d i t i one O i t of t h e s e x is t l i « old '-t Paul s p i r o c l n il "-"I or I 1 n 1 l i n s r I i l b i i i l d i n s r vs is o r l t i u l v l o c a t e d t i e n c i t r n s i c o i n t - i of \Voou n I d i v a u l s i c e s a n d i as I i It 1 x th l u hcr-u s to - t i i n c l T ir \ f u i lie pi SL i t c h i n oi SPECIAL ftT FIRSTJPOGISI Various Groups to Be in Charge Sunday Evening. I n e f i r s t oC i series o£ 610141 e % a i gel stic eer\ ces 111 he held it the I i r s t "Methodist K p ^ c o p - l c u u h S i n d i \ c \ e n n s Tins p U n Ins bccori" i prominent f c a t j r e In tho a n r u i l P ogrim ct this church Tor several \\eek p r e c e d i n g Eister Sunday the Sumlaj ntsfct ser\ ces arc ; i \ c n ove- to tntensi e e angellsn Each Sundav evening some irrport- n t B'oup will miUe flat Its *r«iil o p p o r t u n e to reich Us f r i e n d s The o f f i c i a l n o n d of tl e church will til c , ho resno isih hty for n c \ t Si n t a \ , c e, ,ng 111" m-mber* ot t r » h c i r d | « I 1 I O C C . I P N the c h o - o f i n d a«."t i 110 c o i s i e R i t l o n i l -alisinfr d-nible mle qi artet midc ip of n nm b c ,, of t h e board w 11 f n n K h «p«vnl = c Die MS or he re-v Smitl! ,11 spea,.. on the "Klml »f * i.^,.,^. Decatur Needs " 1 lese special se-vlce» will climax m i he com ng o£ G \ p s Smith A p r i l C -f i r-i i r v c le.v c 01 n iin d o t s no is tl i t l u i r f- o« t . o n u i l l v as - v v i l ' I h c l i ti" mers i 1 t h u d f oor ol l i e coilnjc i t t i i d n t u s coi i t of 1 cl v T cli O M I "-her r f ~ l l i s n i vv j i c t u it blcK f i i n C h i n ,t. M i d i i - h t f n e I T \ 1 · M r \\ i i vv 1 t l 1 o Ind h e e i I I I ill h \ ill =cd f o l l o w e r s of i "i un^, exposed d'% K i d 11 isc n c i i m t v -n h e i t l til*" l i t ! w i l hot roUl t u n t u n e i \ i t e " d u l l o r i i\ C n s r he s h e i l f f s 10 r« tl c f r o n t of the ul Hi Id oi m p il ^ s Y l i i n o Ca 1 »TI " i r e °' ll c ; -well mil i phoi og ai I I T 1 I N i M Ts 111 T I li J led r r m d ' M S f r m c t l n i \ c o f M t Pulis! i ti\o t e r i s n d i v f l l I n o v v r n T - K g i c c i n v l u t n o l c u b l n t ic nn UN of De it n 1 1 nl lie- 11 V. c ll o l-i\ I it he is 111 the l i e f i i he T e p u l l i ^ m i f 111 i i t i n i f i tl I j v l i i n = i n t) t I e 0 sl Ul i c l i e c l i n e j 15 t U n i c c o m p i n c d 1 ^ m i l c f t i t l e a v e p o h t i a l a r l l e i s c f h i s o i ic. 1 1 1 O,,ics j v C i j C i i l l e t '1 ii i m o" tl c 3 SMiitU i t o i m m t U n t it COM U Ch u I s 1 n b i n I m i · Y* ~"o v . i i o Ben IT I ^ r i t n C i orfro T Sin 11 s c t e t i r v , if j tl f Vci i b i l e i mm U c i t i il oni cr 111 M i i d o l l i s chin ( 1 1 s 1 r M = 1 t\ e c* =1 Hi eld 11 \\ l - i i -cm S3 J O CTU 1 l I" li n O o n i t a " c,tit v 0 t h e '·t P ll s M e t l 1 c l c l l a r f c i \ c i - v ^ J I r i l d c s t in n p r e s e n t vv , , ,, T. ,, o i l 1 B I " u n I I i le 1 f i i n o n t l ll M i C o 'n Tl t ol i t o l d i t t ^ t i t l l n i t. « ] i IT f i t t \ lu U ^ n i V t l d e n \c h o vv i r l i " = r ^ ul v M i n i o i s e H a l t 1' C Cocl i i i o r ^i 1 \ N cl ol "v' t 10 t l d o i c - \ is n i o x c r t tt 1 1 ick J st Vi nr t i \ c l u e to n v e i l cl i i t o i = c i o o l others. in U"C T T ·« H' oc i n d TVm j I I M c j n c o l l e s t t Di C f T i l l I N H \ t s f oi mot 1 \ A Beautiful Complexion Admiration f - n l . c -- \ i r c - i t i m n t \% l i I TlHC -- \ 1C\ 1 H-. ue-111111.111. · · · · . 1 CARTER'S Little Liver Pills vull | i«lo inoic to clcin 11 M n c skin t l n n ill tlu 'li.autv trci in crciuoi .inipcricct «.omrilc\!On i:. caused iv a sluggish lucr »Iil ioisoEr-orl- nM vou-e anj middle aje. nl-c ihcm f - Uilious icss. 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D«sc-Sm»irPrlcc i i in II r u r i i c s t i t u ii f i r n i b h e s .t l e n t ^ood n q u a n t i t l s tl it a e o Inn tec I h e - n u n o' the c o t m n * not 1-^c is n j e h 1 b c r t i is t h e i i o n r C if Held l u l l t e i s c o m p a n \ nil h i v o 1 i l l o cli I T . b i t m o r e rnit , c n i ", c n n p n n nit, ill J f " K C ' ' n ! i l l t l L e e t r f spl i t s J u i t e n i n t - t e n i i ccrmiircls t h e c-m p m \ in the 1 l i c e o' C i p t On el rv i i n ·· ·« ho iv is CT.lt"! 1 ° " c t i n t r \\ i = c n s r ft o' Dew i t t cc u n t N n i« a B u r 11 c s t i t e n s t i t n e it 1- nccln 1 i a l s o i n n o n i e 1 f o i t i 1 1 ice ml f n c n o t in U o i - c ·· f c r 11 c ti\ n j m i n - v t i c . i l - ! foi t i l a « e t h o n « ^1 c e i ade 1» t h e I P» j l i c i n 1 T I I H ( d u e -\\ I \\ i\ T '·a t i i A\ cslo 1 i r cl 1 J use s i c D n i a T \ d Sli- s D n i l He fi l n l L \ on A\ T M O £ C lolin A nifa roil \x | ] u t t A\ \ r a i o n p o i t -\\ C 11 ci i 1 1 ! l)U7 of *" l i u ' s ' ' ' \ l ut P" il "i C i b e ·'ill i ss 1 s, t i l t h c ot s d 01) -( A ol l II = t l l l = M i s l l i / l 1 ot l I v e i s M s T v i M i l i He M i s N t l l n t , l c « l C! i f c h t c t s it M C o c h n i sei v e d l l o d i i nor fl o-c v le a ^ tod iv t h t ar n 1 ell isrl i s Mm \ I o i u t f i I f l o w i v c i f s« t o r ic I i c i i h o i 01 of V 1 n 1 i i t l u l v 1 fo ~\' 111 tho O l t \ t!j = v r.cb i u t ' , w i l l s p o a l 1 u l l i-, c f t i c V be irtl i tl t , r t r i J Jlrs Cl Tinw etr Dr 1 reel Kei i "301 cf T-cru r s t r s o f L o n i t l r \.PNI\ M an cAtone o'clock, No time for l u n c h -- ·cod down for · h»r · f Oh H e n r y ! 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I i t 1 f · 11 '»·, ^ 1 ,, « i i o n In i m l l i c e n t c i l ( . , c 1 % Mi M n e H i f rH « c i i is c i -11 -.v t ic i i i l r o i d n en , , d I c n s ^ d - r t i e r l i o i d T Ai . \ o\ i I - i - c r P - J1 of t i n e tl i iin o h o i in i i cl i =r«- of tl it Two Story Structure in East Prairie. 1 J J U l 1 1 1 I T I S C l I I a 1 0 L n O l i the i u ) i n l d i ,, ti it )·· i uisc- n s i 0 i t c i 11 d sl ttC. m e t il i l s in tin 40" h ocl 1 i--t 1 n u n i tit i\ t i 0 1 the bu t j i - M 1 : t ( . u t t l i o i I 10 p l a i « In int. l i t i t r i U lo · 1 \ S V l Hi s n 1 i i M i S t a i n i t i " t ,s 10 l c a ^ e . ,, t i « i c l | rt v i l he ' i l c n d - r t 0 c t tin a u r l i t tee t lit f n t d ^\ n t v tl t in e'er il os T i c i c oi t l o n 1 n H v t i rt c f in x , mt , i of i , s tl i p h t i i\ II i t t o i 1 1 h I os The guestsaus tasted^ p/cher tlvot"* Mat/1 have one cup****** Rubber Kings of Storm and Winter Men who demand a rubber boot--built to withstand the hardest usage--render comfort and satisfaction in all weather and under the most adverse condition*--wul find what they're looking for in the Firestone line. 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Eldorado M Eddie's Bootery, 138 Merchant St Abe Fncdlandcr. 134 Merchant St Greenbcrg'n Shoe Store 135-137 E Frame \ The Orange Label Is Your Protection Give the children a piece of WRIGLEY'S after every meal. They all like something sweet after eating. WRIGLEY'S has the sugar to satisfy this craving and the chewing of the gum will help digestion, clear their teeth of food particles and act as a pleasant, antiseptic cleanser of mouth and throat. You would "give almost anything" if the children would keep their teeth clean. Why not reward them with WRIGLEVi after every meal and have the very reward itself do the work! Try it for a month and observe results. Three cents per day per child will pay the bill and make them happy! SEALED IN ITS PURITY PACKAGE! WR1GLEYS HIRAM JOHNSON-ca-dWate For PRESIDENT HEAR HIRAM JOHNSON -at- Lincoln ^««« Theatre 12 O'clock Saturday Republican Candidate For President Ladies Especially Invited E»crv On« Welcome All 9t»ta FREE h l e t dispatchers and assistant clil'fs n an eight hour day the sumo ap rec- dispatchcrs. I-Tcretofor. thn rali- h a b l t u n l drtinUennoss. lowed to resume her Maude Sccrost. tho gi She a. divorce ·round of was al- n n a m e . '*-,"·'·.···'·:-'..',. Ple««» GalMr. -TM err 111 Edwards;, seventeen, an Ernest Shafer. agred nlnctc»n, wh stole an automobWe -valued 'at, 119 from George Florea.lead ed jrullty I the circuit court Wednesday mornin to'a: charsro ^of.-s-.rand . larceny an aslted; to'" be ^placed- on probation ..ur . oails have Rotten sroun.1 the r u l e of ,n elpht h o u r lr,y for all dispatchers ,n the itrountl t h n t chief illMi»tohers R nrasslsTanU were' o f f i c i a l s of t road and dl,] not come .mder tho rJ Kovernlnff slralsht dispatchers ,ompul«ors-. this r u l e V o»M aff«c · (Vabash at D e c a t u r and practical ST PAUL'S FUND REACHES $25,100 Ornmn. Mm. 1'nul I.yo"- l.-OOO. ,\. C. Animann, .M«ro« -- 1'orly-flvo John Cox--HOT it eholcn «|inlo«, erf am (or R '.1 U« ehl!dr«». I'l-ank ll«all-- S|* chl«'*«n.. '.«'» «i "MTU" If. If. \ClM-About nn po tivn tiinl. corn rriloh, flv .Mr*. It. I. Hunt--Uirre c-»nly rant Sunns-si.In «chool, tliroilBl. f u r _Oii" «!««» 3»Hy. "tie t w n « i i n r l » im.olii*. on* P . K. H. Tale--Twelve pnillnln CftliiB llldli wi:tlool n H f o t ^ r l t t -- T v o incnlic.l IHitnlotK. f l f l u f B ** smtill a m o u n t of m(n^i«roiil. Ini! C'"'iU"»"--TM'' V,-. W . K l t » f ^ u n r t thnrrU-0 .1 M a r l o n , ' O , Feb. 13.--". ". Moor., ·ho wHll I,. 11. nt'iidh ot Sulmn, Olil". urchaned (hn Marion Bur f r o m ·resident HRrUlriK, ti.diiy denied tin Ir vr.. ,-..nni I'lfd w i t h '"· In n. u t t i t e T n e n l li« e.il't. "If t h n Temtot MI.HIH i . u i i d i nnil.t iav6 manll'iil""'*' "'" Ii»r«:liai». "f '»· 5!ar ff.r If.DU.OOO, wlili'li wim Ilifl l i f l i ' e liilil for U. Hiey w o u l d I m v n f o u m l I' i very (fi'J«l ItarauU 1 .. lnl thr,« did "" l ,uy it. "T!io outitrvl "f b d U B h t by L- II. Hi'J'l n i l l v l i l i m l ( , t h f t Hni-'l n o l d l n i r 11 l«r«i' i.h« c o i n i i a n y . ^ B || W r, 1'iiUl f o r o k l e n l u H y , tum mi.l myn-'tf Mt t l n r i l i i k i f n a l u l c X.UM u t i i - ' t i i i l o f ·Im-li I n \'» n - M U i ' d H n« '.v\.i It I i . w h l i M i (In 1 "". "'* n r v c r l«.fn i i V K i l M l t l * ,.r Mr. "ll.'Kl liavo nauj louw." V n i n l c r l l i i · ! i i v r * M i j r , V n i u l v i ' l l p 1 In r o i i n i i S t t i l " U n (\\n flu- iihii»i-:f HXl* hu "·.uil.l n i u - 1 - l y i l ' ;n|.e.-i s 1 "!" The St. Paul's o . fund reached ».o.W" money coming of this money an f u n d wont ovor the Tuer.day t h n t the s-B COO nnd it m:iy mornintc with some more In but the roaln part nolve Is over ns t h e top. H was thought f u n d would KO to do t h K t yet; l u t IMrlty Mrs. tr.'il« ciilloim brick railroads. President . T K- Tau«lft ot t «H and S. E. Cotter, vice president id general manager ; ( VlcUU of the thren l' 9 to be Held In the 1 . . C. A. Tliura- dav cvenltic. f'lans w i l l so finHhtnt: of tlie Paul's church so i-.liurch can be useo. 'orwurO soon f n r t h e n u d l t o r l u m of 8. t h a t Ihls part of ilic t h r o u g h ! WILLIAM ENNIS OUT OF HOSPITAL ·4 Momr M«ry ITJoUl.y-- Kls" *'"" K'ti»il Mtirplwy--On» fnUI. «l« lioloi. tor lU Mr.. ·\)r«. !«ry nucfcley 11. «'. K h a n -- Th1ri hangrr*. in.dnRltiP.. M. 1^. J l a r r ) -- KI.'.Mrlrt Icnitlon cnrrt lyr lmMll«l A FTI.nd-- nnu "f oo CAl'K, ·«·. lor p n l l e n M . Mr«. JnniiU M o u n t s «tiS MM. l.lvlnoton-- I'UI nlnlliMl lili.ierl.l null ·Srm, ' .l.mlllt ' lircthri-n '·liiirch. tlirU-.isli Truolilouil-- M i U n r l K l mill lliu'l" " i o rrp*rtm»nl-«u lo^-i-U. "|Ml,.. -U k«vM.f.. I'-M«. ... tn-n Hnlvi.., on* «p..un. l « » culiil'", i . M . niiul JOHNSTON DENIES M Mi-Af!n,.-« !.hr,ti' "il l"' L i l l l y »' a I . l . i i i b l t u ! . .Mr. i1 Hi'- Ni ' I " " M»nlitoti I,, t » ' K r c t » » r -- M . l v r l H Mn, «!«« fork., till* cm« of K l o n n « KANSAS APPEALS FOR CONGRESS AID ptllttt Mnn carry orchestra MAYOR ELDER TO I i l l l ! l » f t i -. I'.- H.\ fi.r 11. ii't ui/K.i* aw i A I i cr«rn r*llM MAN rn RFALTORS ALLEQED GUN MAM TOREALTUR5, FOUND Trlt ul of four ba KK rs as'^econd No. r ou s at 3 o'clock nexcSunday morn- en r o u t e . to Detroit. The special the George White Scandals - t r o u p - a n d the Conouctor-Fr'e'd Vincent of the T sh-passenger run between Dec. Wabash-passenger rim u^u.. =-,. _ - a t « r and Effln B ham, expected to return to work Wednesday afternoon a f t e r h»lnir off ilnce Feb. 1. ' i«.AH.n. Wabash extra br.keman wh o iw.llow«d a I.ln ^Ile at work several days^aeo. was able to return to'-work. "* Owlns to the absence daya of Conductor Wal Waba.h passenrer run Nos. tw has been Feb. 19. . - . - , , . 'iTlie .Wabash .i« maklnr plans for 'rebulldlnft'or replaclnr about a dozen .'of Us^small brld««s on Its Decatur '" foe tv.-«nty Walmstey from 'een'oeca'tur and 8t. Louts, that 'Job "bulletined for bids to S A Y S R A l R E G H T TALK MERE SCREEN -Monmoutn. II... rob, «««»«" farmer, have shown .Urn. ot rebM- lion I,, .ome western .late, over l.v- .llon increases,' politician. h»ve broiirht forward frel»:ht rates which hav/ "fl.PP«d aro^nd.th, rural r«- The member* of tlio D c c n t u r t t m l - lora a.toclalion will li«»r ulioui Y** c^tur'» |lan» Tor imlillc I m p r u v e - ments. p a r t i c u l a r l y In r*««ril lo tlit! iropoiid exttnulor. o( lh» newer* ·rom Mayor I51mer Bld«r. Corporallon iounsel t.ce Uol»n4 and MorB«» O'Drltn, city unr'tiicei-, at t^«lr lunuh- ·on In the.V.-'M. C. A. bulldlnir Tliurs. ty noon. The olty n f f l c U i s wnr» ««Hti1 !)' «'i" officer* of till HMOdatlan to (oil llmm «omoth!nK about wliul tlir t'Hy Is planning to do. . clons" to divert attention from ttxea, CliarUi Dillon assUtant to the ena % lr- nmn' o'f Ihe Wiwtern Kallways comm l t t e e . c n - public rolatlonsi declared '.n an iiddrcsa. Hi l ^ n l l n , I't'i.. IS- w u r d l.'.nttliaii, 15 s" p U t i X * I Y l « l n t ) ^ l ' * l ? U l Mint tiiftll n l i l i « . t y *i o n r l y U t i » iviTiiHtij I Hi i l t « n o n l i i A » i t - r i i Tltn lnaj' ln'il IK-m i RICE DISTRIBUTION EXCEEDS PLANS BORN To Mr. anil Mm. in'ill iVnioMl. North M»pl« *ir«et, KM.. IS In (tin c«tur «« M«'n" Oounl* tio«rll»l » To JH.", ·"! 'TM. · )lll " i WIUl». limirim* av.ni». »V»i. (». l«l" ·»»·- Til Mr. and Jtr». l'r.m.-l« I r « l r o u i « .1. t-Vli, H, « ···wul IKCK naintti BrniiV K u t t M l i mtr in ti MM; iltl" tin l' l i t * I" jiril.1* ,,, f,,, ;:·*

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