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April 1, 19*. T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W PAGE THREE. es Onf^Committee Stay Ten Years On Industrial Planning C M. ThootMon of U. of I. Adi A. of C, Directors and Special Committee. The plan* fi r Decntur'i IndostrlJ it*v«1opment chould b* placeJ IB t f « hind* of a capabl* commute* that ·houlit remain unchanited for at least ·«ii vear« and longer if poMlb e tn» C M Thompnoi of the Uol»er- «|M of IlllnoU told directors »n« i»cmb»r» of the Industrial de**lop- n c r t committee of the Ksso«UtU.n f Commerce Monday night A comprehennUe plan of Industrial *To»th for Decatur, or any city Is - hurrj-up matter but one to o* studied careully and founded up-r · careful research Into the neette auO 'Japtlbllltr of the community. i "nlnttd out Thi« work could br»l b» carried on to a succeMful com fletlon »» a croup o' men uhlch. re nialnlnir unchanged In pernonnel would be constantly in touch with all rhite« of the Industrial » l t u a t l o n and · «-ke to the opportimltlea for devU. c p m c n t as they were presented APPROVER T L \ N T'IO plan alreadv adopted by he / ssoctatlon of Commerce and be ug fin-led out bv It* Industrial development committee meet* with Dean " Tompnon s heart* approval The Industrial s u r v o v of the clt now being Made !· th* first step In begun ln(r n plan of Industrial deveiopmen but tie warned t h a t the w u r v e shonhl not lio made w i t h the Idea of telllimr the w o r l d w h a t big thllif,* Decatui ha« 1fne or IH dolnpr It should be e~-n fosed of facts and denies retcan Ing Hippcty-hop to the candy shop--to buy abarofOurCharley. Youngster*, grownups, everybody saye _^ they never tasted Cl suchdelidouscandy. Painting the Kitchen ValU nt floon Sometimes Bring! Sinikiit* Into the Who)* House. Ut l'» Flf«rc on our I'MNTING Now. MYER SON 352 North Main Street the c l t v d i a w n w i t h I m p a i t i a l i t v I n ·tieh a » a \ T» to gne the p t n s n e c t i i e Inilii^trv and Us promoters the I n f o r - ·inatioT t l i a t the\ desired «.D\nrmSI\G D f - i a Tuoinpson advocated a rnn n f n t c a m p a i g n of a d v e r t i s i n g foi tl c cit\ t h a t I n t o n e i to grow I n d u s t n i l 1} 1 \ e - y product made In Decatur shou d be HO laoeled 'he- » d \ i p c d De c a t u i citizens should be so tmerested In t h e r c l l v is to a d v e r t i s e It nnd p e t s c n l i d v ^ r t l s l n e thronprh person al cm let nnd correspondence n o u l i l be aa i n v a l u a b l e means for p u t t l n s D r n t u r and Its products b e f o r e the woi d at lire* Not o n l v should Decatur s estab tie ierl tmlusii les receive nss s t a n c r ant t n c o u n K e i m nt but the i t yo i i-. imn power should be fosteiecl and d e v e l o p e d bv the cltv I t s e l f so th it as i i d i i s t n s ore added to tlu clt men w o u l d be flevelope to c a i e for i m This Idea Is a liol 1 \ of D«n i lompson s He Is a f i r m bt- H«v r in the education and clcvelop- n«n' of the v o u i s men ot t i e coun- trv to h a n d l e 1 s problems and n proci im of t h i s sort s h o u l d be in f l u i 1 In e~v ^i v c t v s p l a n f o r s r i o v v t h he isists c IO\\ Dl v \TTjR PRODT Cl* r in T h o m p s o n mentioned an e\- hibl ion of lecatur p r o i i m l s ns an olho n e a n s o f a d \ t r t l s l - i ^ , the. i l v n a i u I f t vv t l " f m v e i s i t v of l l l i i o i s I as» t nir I l l i n o i s c i t i e s in - v v o i k n s out u pi n of ·well b t l m c e d fc-ow tl was t v p l a l n c d to the m e e t l n c An ef for is helnjr made to ' seore ' 11 Inois c i t i e s according to a standard foi n sn t nt the res. Its of researc-h I n t r t 10 nd tstrl il conditions of these clt »-^ m i\ le f i U d for l e C e r e i c e This Winter or Next? But At Pleasant Spring This Sure's a Failure Clinton, April 1--The month o' March, entering like a lamb went out ttlih an inch or more of snow on the ground after having snored ever} day for the Hgt ten days, d u r i n g w h i c h but one falrl pleasant day mlRtit be recorded r.csldcnts In this vicinity have been u n a b l e to deter mine just w h e t h e r or not tills Is last vvlntci or nc\t w i n t e r b i t all arc agreed th it is a pleasant spring things a i e a decided fillu-e D w l t t c o u n t j roads are Just as bad as possible to be and farmers have crawled In u n t i l t h e h i g h w a y s h a v e become euch t h a t the can lie used for t a f f l c Q u o t i n g Jacob Zetplcr whose man} v c a i s of residence in t h i s v l c m i t \ q u a l i f i e s h i m a s n n a u t h o r i t j the i oails are -»orst than at 3115 time li f i f t v v e a i s oml t w o horses tiU.arhcd to a buwr generated 4 i a i J l j enough traelm e f f o i t tn make t h e t i i p lioiu A\ cldon h p i l n ^ to Clinton S. .t Creek o u t o' I s b a n k s fo t h e past w t t k c n i m i t « t o rite j n n i l ot (be low 1 mils ui e f n n m l a t e d LIONS M All 2EIU TO Y. I, mcnt was moved Into th« new b u i l d - ng- u l i i e h w a s lecently completed The emuloy«es w i l l resume thcli d n tics Wednesday morning Many Offer* to Make 100 Per Cent. In order t o s t i m u l a t e 300 per c e n t attendance d u r i n g the I n t e r n a t i o n a ) attendance contest Inaugurated by t h c j r j Lions club at a dinner meeting held bv. the Lions r l u b Monday night i n the \\ilsor. cafe, members of the club announced all kinds of incentives for the members to attend all meetings t h r o u g h o u t the contest G V t e l l e r offered a f i e e luncheon lo the e n t i r e riiib In celebration of the first 100 per rent a t t e n d a n c e ree- oid S h e i m a n Stionse orfcred free Uxic.ib transport i t i o n to the lunch- Selected to Represent Millikin University. Miss 7clla Traver, i J j n i o i «t anies M J l l l k m U n l v e i s i t y '.as been chosen to mrresent the U n l v e r s l t s 1 C A at the Cabinet Council meet I it nt the L n l v e r s i t j of Chicago ll'is week end I i the Ida Noyes HUH The j program for the meeting w h i c h in eludes representatives f i o m a l l o v e i the state c o v e r s several d a v a am] a n u m b e r of Important problems re hillng to 1 \V C A cabinets i v l l l be brougnt up and discussed Miss li iv ei Is chin ma i of the P u b l l c i t v r o i l initle ot the local 1 \\ C \ eab 0011 P h i l D i u t offered f l o \ \ e r s to icli C the members ntici M A \an \ « U i i rimlsed a b g cal c I i oolebia t i o u of the occasion CLP pr i/r Three Include Work Street Car Co. P a v i n g protects w h i c h l n \ o l \ e t h e ngieeinent w i t h the I llnols l o w e r A. Lie! ^ companv for pas Ins for th p a \ n s of the rights of way on those streets w h e r e this pa\lng Is to be laid were passed by the clU counci Mondav afternoon w h e n North F l w a r d from Division street to the I l l l n n s Central North Brondw a\ from East North to East Eldorado and Tast Eldorado street to th« Illl nols Cen'ral tracks were Introduced am' the date of the public hearings s^t for A p r i l 14 Tl e totil cost of the work Is e«tl mated to be J33 541 The North Ed- \vird street job Is re-surfacing w h i l e the other tvv r arc f i f t y and f l f t v - t w o foot brleU pa\cments on a concrete I f o u n d a t i o n | Tl cs art the three jobs on whtc'i th« 1 l i n o i s Povver Light companj acre d to r iv for the p a v i n g las' v c n r but 1. cau«c of legal complications arising out of the board of ocal I n p r o v e m e n t s laxv tho w orl c m i l l not be done before the time l i m i t had expired on the contracts The u t i l i t i e s company agreed to pa for the work this jear although the agreements had expired Dr. Roselli Is«Personal Acquaintance. T n t i i ^ c l v p i t i o t i H i l l I i I roi*. s p e a k i n g r i p u l l v ni o \ i j r o i o u s l i n e \ r e l l e i i t r i - . h s h . Iln no Tto s l i t of 1 tcfonce l L a l v picifessor o f It ilian l i t t r v t u i e i ' X V e l K s i e ^ n v ^t erau of the u o r i d w ir And a p e i s o i a l aoqinin t inc-e oC M i s s r l l m the H i t a i f i e h l i ,, i n e n r und« two t i l l s t 1 i nf* A l l l l i l i i m m e i s i i v M o n d i v vv h eh b i o n c . h r to I is V m e i cm null n e e i ev \ l s i o i s r t Ital of I al\ s ^rt It p o t D i l l l l l j n f t i n t c o n n trv s i i i of the h l i M u s s o l i 11 1 V.LKJ D OP ]\MI t i t l e l f t rnoon Di 1 ocelli t i l l c I of D i n t e and the bad r ro-ui els f i o i i \ v h l c h ne eiine nul a p i l n s t w h i c h h b greit · w o i k s niu t l e read to be in chrstood He a l s a told of D i n t i the I in i i of ! is 1 ud-Oi ps and prn i p t e s | as w e l l as of h i s P t \ i n e C o m c d v i n I til t le Kreatness ot It .1 in poets stoo 1 | out to I is audience as a i c i = o n l i t v 1 nil I n d U i d u i l a mm as ho h trl n e \ t i st lod l e v e l l e d b e f o r ON Ml i'·OUST I \t iflgl t Pr Tosi. 11 p 1 c to s i aucli.ii'-e « h i e h f i l l e d t i n i n l v c r s n v a u d i t o r i u m o n t i e Tt i l v c t toda\ nnd p a r t i c u l a r l v on M t t s ^ o l ni the savior of tl at r a t i o n bv n e a n s w h ch w e r e the onH p n c t i c - l n e i n ^ to c llllo^ nt that tl ne B r i e f l re\ ion ng tl o h l s t o i v of I f U s H t r u g g l e for u n i o n a i d lnK pcndence ns a bacl g r o u n d for his storv of tho sit ia on of toda Dr Rosclll showed tin' t i c methods «m- plojcd bv Mussolini iv ere the onl methods w h i c h could get res-ilt* The doct'ine of Pasci= i said Br Hoselll an o u t g r o i v t h of the u a r s t nation had beeT remodeled bi Mus so'lnl to f i t t i e needs ot Ital and w h i l e llbertv v as sacrificed in the Interest of some of the reforms lib crty »alcl the speaker Is the great reward for a greatly d e s e r v i n g peon-lo LUNCHEON* ^ND HPCnPTIOV At noon Mondaj Dr ISosClll mot a n u m b e r of persons at luncheon Rt the "icltovv J-antern w h e r e he spoke bncfily on art a p p r e c i a t i o n F o l l o w i n g the e v e n i n g tall he w i - t'te guest at i smo.ll reception held In the E l l / a b e t h a n room at t i e u r l - ·versltv the reception being g K e n bj Miss Cmrii Bites Robhlns, one ot the mcirbcrs ot the t o j r l n g pa"t conduc-cd In Ita.lv last j c a r by Dr resell! A s I v o r c p Is offered bv the I n t c i n a t i o n a l 01 t^nni/a 4 on f a t the Lions cl 10 inak n,, the trost p c i f e c t attend- i ce l o c o r d d u r ng III** rontest \t the same tl i e t lit tho I n t e r natioi al contest w a s rpened the local a t t e n d inei* eoito«-t Mi it has been In iro,r_ss for s.\rr 1 w c o k s w a s closotl \v i t l i th-" Uli es t h e \ ctoi s The 1 crls t h e l s l n ^ side a n n o u n c e d t h a t t / i o v vv uld ei t e i i M I h o v v i n n e i s on I M i l l "I \ i o e l so o bv 1 \ T I i c s sml 1 in N V ! pi 01 o '·o o b\ _ l v J e I ostei t l i e . v v i t h 1 oe lloincb o c l icooinpaiiMne l e tli» f e a t u r e s c f t i e n i t r r t a l n nt u r v r a n leh c-1 ib m"nibei e a SUM' tall i n d Pov W i l l e r l j e iv ' h e m i l n a d d i c s s c (, t t i e | f on i loinsi i 1IO 5 P1 i M Inot at M i l l i k i n t 1 o. n hi i i en I ol \ v h i r h are I r e s i d e n t -- D o n * I n v v o \ ee Pre U e n l -- 1 o^ i! M e C e n s S e t i c l a r j -- P u t l i D a n i e l I r e a s u i e r -- P l u l l l s A a l c n t l i i p L n d c (,'radi Ue T e j i e s M L T i r i n i e 1 eg in h t l r i n e n o Coin n l t t e c s Meetnwi^M ace S u l l i v a n so nl Sri ee -- Ijiicille M r l l u \j u b lt -- \ r ^ n u a Otlell I i eshn i n t o m n i i s s on -- T 01 l c I ma i e -- M a i t h i Oa I He Q Otis I cli c Uto i -- 1 U t i ' i ^ t i d e n t i t u s t I C o u » i a l l t c l i e l l i v i ELECTION SCHOOL BOARDS APRIL 12 IV U M I e \ c u i i T O SENT TO YOU ON FREE TRIAL THE GRAND PRIZE During Spring Housecleaning The manufact«rer» have authorized us to make this great free educatkMMl Wfer to vou to prove the merits of the Eureka. Upon xrimmt we will deliver to vour door on five days' free dea*inf total a new Eureka. Use it without cost just when you *e«d a cleaner the most--during house cleaning. This Free Trial Offer Expires May 17 Only a limited JMirtar of cleaners are to be loaned. Don't pay R ··· to beat your rugs. Use the Eureka instead. Then if you decide to buy you can pay Only $4.75 Down Make this five-day test at our expense. See how thoroughly the Eureka will clean the entire house. This free loan offer enables you to prove its wonderful merits before you buy and our easy payneA tpbut allows you to pay for U at the rate of a few cents a day. PHONE, CALL OR SEND COUPON TODAY LINN SCRUGGS Phone Main 3934. 4 Decatur, III. Free Trial Offer Linn 4 Scruggs DECATUR. ILL. Send me details of yoor free trial offer N«m« Address T l ,-ln.sl JO ( O th b w II he tl e if tl e ilirf i-s o' in Hid AHtoii C ji n t \ l i M 14 a t tl i l i o s p i t il Hie T ions w II J )l l ,v IL . lu H to lie n Pff f l l . c i o m r m m s t ,1 on I o \ b iJ t h e i r \ a h i e lo the ' l o t t h u c \ t i n i U i n e Uss AKriure' a mcmlicr f t h e i c s e i v e n r forcc^ u i l l I t l l i' 1 s cvpc-lon n is an lAintc.r dur i s "« w o i l d -ST Meneely and Acme Co. Lowest on Some Projects. \\ C Meneolev and Ihe Acme C i oC P o c i t n i w e i e lioth bidders on road a i l hrklKe v o r l bids f o r w h i c h \jcrc opened bs the Clnri|i usn conn ty board rf s u p e r v isoi s Monclav On t h e h a r d roail to he b n l l t from Osclen to R r ^ a l the Men^elcv bid w a s » i T 9 0 0 t i e low h d 1einp $99 i 3 ^ 9 i for this stretch of sis. anil a q u a r t f r mile" On the rolono- ( 3nloiim stictch of I t« miles Mr Mcneelcy w i " the lov\ blcldoi w ill a total of SO" 090 37 h u t on the S U I n i Homer stretch of 5 "4 miles his bid of *7 0 " C2 v a s not tho low f l s u r e On bridges tho Aenie fo of Decat ir tvas low bidder on three of fie routes I n x o U I n K sK brlilires w i t h l i d s tolaillii!; sonifJinK f ^ ^ 1 $00 0"0 Mol t r l l o \ p l l l 1 -- t i n IL 01 i in n i b c i s of e a ( h srhool bo ir 1 i M o n l K i J l o w i l l he liDil A i i i l 1 I h e I i t d i r tr f i l e p e l i t o i s for i h c s I slti ns is \ j rll Kini-l con | J n, i e \\ ill I e t \\ i n em i s an 1 he Dtca n t r s i U i i t 'o 1 e clcctnl on Hit t, ul h o s p t i l on [ ho nd nnd th tc i m i n i s nil i On Mn 'I 2 S ' a resident on Iho h Ah school lit nd w i 1. the otlior V n n r t I i,c II r n s w as l-s Kd hci e t o J l i e d u t If I n k i n s ah one ind Allss A i m MM In 1 I i l t ' o n ice t n « n l \ out h o t l t ol D i l Ion ( i t \ Mr inrl Airs 1 i c h l i r l D ^ i t l s and il i u s J i t e r AIis« T i l t h a t t e n d e d the f i i i al c f A l i v s I ' I t AI n i*- l l e n i \ n Id in He a t u r S i n d a v a t t e i n r i n T P D u t f o h i s ) in ha c eil the r if,l in 1 p i o p e i v on J"ast IIit-1 I sti 11 t no v c CL I D i I bv \\ i l l lam | Plulli.is and f u n l v M n j f f i \ a n d f a m i l i \pect to i i o \ from th ir p i o p t r t v f n L i i r I v st e t to tin n e \ \ l \ p n r u ' i a s e d home some t i n i o n e x t \ \ e c l Air P i l l l l p s 11 il f i m l l j , thti houvr* \ a c t d l All All-. C h i i l o s \ n d s o n 1 t h e n n til w f i l d i i l t r a u 11 u l t t l v it th I h o m e oil fetit* t o i A l o n d a v M a l e i LICENSES ISSUED INMOULTR1ECO. S u l l i v a n A p r i l 1--The f o l l o w Unit ir !ai?c licenses ha\e been ls«\ieil 1S Crunt\ Clei* T B M a r t i n In the I -t few !ajs | J a m r s If Bolln Charleston \ era P v t e i s r n . Chirl -toii W i l l i a m G R j h e i 1 Alason I omc r i r i e n c e P K e ' l e v AIcT eansb )ro Onis \ \ l l l l s Coles be MC b - i l e r C les i nil Robinson Sr-o u l l l e Kv \ r I t t HerendLfn Sull van SCHOOL SIAPLNDPD c 1 ool \v as d sniiss d 1 luil sd i* mornln,, it th S u l l i v a n t o w n s ! n li £h selnol b u i l d n°" on accci nt oC i b i t i l low n hi Ihe vv ter eriiurmoi Ph in i s ln\e been it v v n r k i u l l i ) l 11 r i'-i ll 2" In f l u v v t l l nnd 1 i I I I I L , p i ts I f tho p i m p On M c n d a v 11 f b o i l low n in tho e q u i p m e n t h a \ i is boen r e p a i r e d a l l " I n d e n t s w o i e n o c i t K c l tn be b let it s c h o o l l u c s d a v 'Ihe oiieretta Collrire D i \ s vv h li aras to be p r c s o n t il T u e s d a y o \ r n h i ( A p i i 1 1 In t i e il^'i liool l u d l t o i 1 1 )\ t i e m u s r J o p a i t i i o i t o f t b o ^ u l I an t o w n M i I i h i t - i = cl no! \ is po t ])-ne«l u n t i l J h m s ) \ \ p l l l * on ir u f u n t of s o v i i I of tho n c i i i o i s or l i e r i 1 * l i \ H K li t h o o u i t i v i 1 | 1?1I I t v t f I S \ v O i l i l l ! t c D B P A N Q l n 1 T le a i n x a l b i I · t b II 1 M t i i I t h e hit,l M-hoil l a s l c l b i l MI i d w i l l bo lu lil ^ F i n l a j A p i 1 r I l the I ,, i school r oin H a i o l l J o - u c of D c c a t u i bee n s f - t u r c r l os t i e s p ' a l or ri ,, n Is i n I Hei".u IB spe i al c l a s t i k i p 11 f i n i t h l Li s 1 o a \ ir= M 11 i ^ n l l i \ i n h i k h i i iv ii^ l l v o l lie » \ c i a l \ ir = ' I ^ f I L l ' I II H I S 1 Id « ' l r l u l vv l ll M-IS 1 ·'ti IIj. 1 ll J-U' \| i I I All s ] v j 1 «1J w as 1 l l u fi M o w intr 111 M i n « is U-! i ll I!"" i I " »»- H n l Paper, "Easter"--^Irs T. 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Selock Paster mus c I i charge of M"3 \ j L HlEBlns I Lieutenant J T" MattH transactce'l m lltHry bjslncfs In Pcoria Monday Mrs \\ li Elder \l«lte4 -it the Iiomc of her daughter Mrs Opal Audi e w e in Dccatur Saturda-v Dan el N c a v e s left Sund-av for Cln- catco w h t r c he Ins accepted » posi lion D a n n v w i l t also eretc- the pugilistic r i n g t icrc lie lias IIGC t r a i n e d e v c i v dTv dlncc his last flprht In Pefirn several m o n t h s KTO w h i c h he lost on account of «. f o u l Pe\ a id Mr* r T Canrpbcll o' T a v l o i v l l l \\rrf In ^ i l l i v - n M o n d a \ 1le\ Mi Camiibell former Methodist m l n i ^ l f r hore t n v e a sermoo at t'l« M i l h o d i ' t cluireli liern Monday n = i t dri* er may nerd In malclftff MVteftfT rcpaha I* carried nnd ··eh tMl fit* Into n piddefl grove which rattl rg GERMANS INVENT AUTO TOOL CHEST B c i l i n -- W)--\ dlsappearnig, lion r a t t i n g c l i e n t v i t h p l l e t s m o n k e v v r r n e h e s aril all tho other tools re ciuired bv e'niiffciirs is a new n o v e l ' r h i e for auton obllist-- \ \ h o n not In use tlie tools are I epi in l i t t l e d i a w o r s under the car's sun- n i n g boaid-- entirelv out of slt,b ] v i v s r r t ei t i n p l p n i o r t "v h rh n CALIFORNIA'S VATS ARE RUNNING OVER San a. Rosj Cal -- (T)-- Ontc«« *h* r«- l«m' ilr\ \+\ f «r» modified Br»nen» count; In which * e l t u n t ^ d Jack t*ondon · fimous \ a l l c y of th» Moon *IH h i \ « \ i t d f u l l of wh e for min»* j o a r * to com* V recent « u r i e of n l n * liolj In ftnnn n« r o u n ( \ cc lir* iliowc t '»* 0(K 000 IC»1 on- on hand n n d m o x l n c slo^l ^ n l c « o* ^ re ICFI Ij for merticinM or F T c r u n ^ n t T l purpon 1 Cf*p up \ \ l l i the J s p i r i t * mil t Ic ndiV i h e qu I l l y of it e It I* antd or l l THE IMPROVED MALTED MILK «sirti j r n r xo keep ' oldo r \-ln» 1* 1« « 1 Mlnp 1 ^OIH im c o i i n t v « w Inf crrr* v l n r v R r c t s ci \?r 1~KK ric r-T of «nm. of Tal f o r n l i " i i c h e " l n i j « 1 o Jt f Itv nil c,t r irth of s m ] rii cHco [ h o tol i l v no Rripo iiroj i r t l o n of f*n - foi a fc-ll fro n 4 HI cy-i tons In TIJ. l o 4 sMi to is ti 11.1 111" t o t a l heirlni. T i 1 0 f vv n i.Villo In th- sfat* IK 1 I 21s n ro° nio«t \ I i northern Rn4 cct nl v II i Pile Sufferers Cm Vou Answer These do not lond f l 1 of p !« · !· In In D» vou 1 low w i o t n t m p i i; e v o u n iRU « r d IKSI nc r^Ue \\ hv f ul l i r e a " ' Do v o i know 9 caub« tern i l rh i the e 1* rv K a g n a t i o n of b * the lo v c r to v e l Do oo 1 n e w -it the « Is a h a r m cut In e r n a l t a b l e r c i i c ' i dscovei"il t o v D r L^oa iardt a n d rfiuMn ·· I I I U ROI1* now po J bv D c c j - l u r Drujf C o m p a n y a n t d U£,u!nt9 Eer" a l l j ll it !· c u a r a n ccdT HUM n O I D li\ Ish s p l e a by r e m o v l jr th« Inun lion o T I la i 1 et t I , ot i n al cau-e i t lie | u i I V r* I lift l tr 1 01 er 11 on J ! 1 y f r c e l r f c b ood cl "r 1 ovv el rh h n u l l i a n A . l m o b L u n l i t ; l i t bjt and l a * t l i g i ' \ n sick H i f f r°i i u I- i a !·· n v I * for BOND SALESMAN UNDER ARREST I n .rnn«r M or«hliiAt»n Chnr«ert La, G-ange Worthlngton bond salesman »U N'ew « u f f c r n bulMlne was arrested Monda\ evening on a. w a r r a n t sworn out bj Alice Pelancl of N'lantlc charg ng him with embezzlement According to the st°r told Sheriff Lndcnvood Alice Dclaney entered into a contract v. l*h w o r t hlngton for the sale of three $101 bonds o w n e d b linr Under the terms of the contract Worthlngton was to pay her »9i foci ch of the bonds This was gome tima ago She claims thnt Worthlng- ton never paid rcr the moncv so Bhc had him arrested "vVorthlngton was later released on |1 000 bond to np- pcir before Justice H C Noble at 1 o clock Friday a f t e r n o o n , \prll 4 HOLLAND CAUTIOUS REGARDING SOVIET The Hague -- «*» --Holland will not rush to open trade, relations with or recognize- the Soviet Russia Jonk- hcer van Karncbeck the Foreign Minister snld In the States General In answer to a question on the §ub- Jcct by a Commurlst depu's The government is Bi\ln(t Its closest attention to the proposition and will h« willing to open relation* with nussi-i after the problems of pre-war finances have been settled the mini »ter said CAN'T BEAT'lIZ" WHEN FEET lusl lake jour shoes off and then put those weary, shoe crinkled, aching, burning, corn-pestered, bunion- tortured feet of yours In a Tir balh. Your toes will wriggle »lth j«, thc'll look up at jou and almost talk and then they'll take another dhe In that 'Tiz" bath. \\hen your feet feel like lumps of lead--all tired out--just try Tli." If* grand--H's glorious Your feet «ill dance with Joy; also you will rind all pain gone from corns, cal- louses and bunions.- There's nothing like "Tiz." Jfs the onlv remedy that draws oat all the poisonous exudation* which puff up our feet and cause foot torture A few cents buy a box of "Til" at nnv drug or department store--don't wait. Aii! ho* glad your feet get; bow comfortable jour shoes feel. Mr i n d r{ I hi T U 1 I \V i l l i n i 3Touco o* M a u s t ' l d w a s n M o n t l c c l l M n n d iv M r ami M i s \ \ l l l l a i n McElrov a n d f l n t l v s[)uiit ^ ind iv In C'lnnpalr^n vv I'h Mr ind Mrs Bl Mel I r o v Ml and Airs lames Lv kins v v i l l i m o v e soon tn t'u Poarclon f i r m n ir ( MatisfHld Mr« is Is a tciel er the South iebnol hero M'ss M i n o r v Stallcup spert thf ·cl en 1 in Chinnilgn w i t h f r i e n d s Airs %\ a l t e r M agfes spent the wee-* ord In Peoi la w i t h hci li isband Misses M i n i O R r l e n nnd Helen Holines who attend the C of I spent the w e e k end w i t h Atontlcello rela- t i v e s Mrs L. r Flee ras returned to her bomc In N irm il a f t o r a few d .v s vis t w l ' h licr mother Mrs Tine Anderson ind Mrs russell Alacill M- i n d A l t s Paul "V crnon of New \ o r k Cltv me the gaiens of t i e formci s pa cnls 1 ev and Mrs F 13. \ ern n Mrs Kate I l a r n a c k and George T i r t e r atteiic'ed the A Irginia theat" in C h a m p a i g n Tnurstlaj e v e n i n g D A\ G u l p spent Sunday a t t e i n o o n I n D e e a t u i J R Slincr spent M o n l a v in Cisco Mrs rial-ie Erv In of G a n l t e C i t v is the guest of liei parents Air and Mrs Frank f J ' i f f i t l Atr and Mrs Ponald Fra 1 ey and little d a u g h t e r Tanbara Tein anJ guest Jllss Alyrt o W.altz ot Decatur v p e n t Sunday In De,atur w Illi rcla Mr and JTrs Charles Prl Timer of Champaign w e r e t h e guests S u n d i y ot Mrs Allnnlo Gorrell Airs Lewis Fowler srient Sunday In Dccatur w i t h he- l-usband Rt the Macon County hoepltay Miss ATvrtlo AVa'tz of Decitur Is the guest of her sister Mrs D o n a l J i Bradley find family The mailing department of tho Pepsin Syrtrp factory wan closed' Mranday and Tuesdai This depart- NAME IT! Force of habit causes millions when they need a tonic to ask for EMULSION You are familiar with the salmon wrapper and the honest, robust face of the "fisherman." You shouldalways ask for SCOTT'S by name. Dr. A. A. GuWberg Chiropractor tit GtuhMd Bids LET 178 KEEP s YOUR CAR CLEAN Can wuM aid polished Ukc new W« Call for and Deliver Yoar Car AUTO LAUNDRY AND RENEWAL CO. L. O. WOOD. MGR- M2 N. Main St. Pkone M. 5»7 I Advance Easter Sale COATS --and-Dresses \\c are forced to limit this .sale to Ihrei da s onl. We urge ou to hurr. All the new styles are included in this great ·jrouping. §2 down. IL«T THINK OF JT «2 «O« N OlM-S 1 OL ONP 01- THESE BE\UTII UL \fc\V DKFSSI-S OU CO \TS J-OR t \S1LK--NOW IS THE TIMK 1O ItL'i FHtls S \ I E rOR TII1IFE D V \ S ONI ^ AH th« new «tyl«i-- ·II «napp. mannUh p«t(ern« Muv now-$2 down For three days onlv Hart Su^fjesU Ihit You Rut A Coal Dress «nd ll.t fur Euter, [».» $3.00 Dovn $2.00 n Week A Truly iljniarkable Value We Take Pride [n oar $3 0« Hits We really would like you to inspect our charge account plan. Come in--use your credit for all of your Easter Clothes. You will like to trade here. Real? personal service--extra specials for 3 days only, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. M See Our Great Spring Clothtft* F Prairie. Comer HOT* Mate - f im ··« 1FWSP4PR! Nl^SPAPMlf

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