The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on December 29, 1902 · Page 6
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MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER ag, 1909. LOflT-AN OPEN FACE watch. between Farle*' *hops and 14» N. Rtayton it. Finder return to aoov* number and receive reward. xnoKiuinoui. N*adfsr UaattiaaUe. I TO an* 17. want* a good position In --flc* or bow" Writ* M. C. ilto. 111*. FOR SAL»V-VEW COAL OIL HBATINtt »t*v«, u*rd only a few hour*. ,1K vf. King. ID-POSITION AS NURSE. had *om* experience. Can glv* atisfacUon. Call at SB N. Broad- _ _ POSITION AS A HOU8E- f*c · widower. Address A. F.. FOR SALE-LADY'S WATCH AND Keiu« w.itch on payments. Ulmock He Co., I3t ,VUTcha-n *t. FOR 8ALK - N10B OAK BBDROOM mittv; kitchen onpboirrt: lirutlntr mov« nnd rur-kent on ·payment*. Xftmock tv... 1W M*r01utn. YOUR PR08PJBCTB FOR THE CpjMlN«t yivir, on business, lovr and raarnag^. Bend date of Mrtii wrl loc to Martalme B. A. Franol*. 713 Van Burcn *t., Chicago. IH*. H. PASCO, LAWYBR. NOTARY PUB He; practice to all state ami United 8tate» court* nnd departments a.t Washington. Prompt attention to Jaw, clmn- c'Ty. bankruptcy. Over W««t'» drug s'orc D-OTORE HELP-ONE EX- 1 dry good* salesman, one ex- ·ahMady lor cor».t» and no- ···erTenced *eamstr«ss to aew *B department, «n* «ooa alaed young man to wrap and work ·tor*. Inquire of FOR HALM-SHOW CASES. COirNTKKS. mill «iRiji and llxtun-s at Wlf price and Inn: m-iinit*ly »r all to«t«h*r. Must tuned! to Make room fur TOW out lit run- IrariMl for. C M. Brodes* * Co.. 226 N. M i l n K t . I« ( imr, lite GOOD PHOTOS WITHIN THE REACH of all, |1 per dozen and up. Bee the new "Special gtoor finish. Noat premium with each cuah order. Sunday hour* 1 to 4 p. m. East End Gallery. 1079 E. Eldorado. ·tor*: Inquire 1 N. Water it. FOR 8ALB-OHKAP; NEW GILT I'IC.' _ turc fraram, »u1tallc fir tonv.is or otr-- Charles T. pr picture*. Inquire ut More, '£?.! N. Main rty 'IATELY. IN SMALL it. girl for gonvra] housework. Api E. Deca'.ur »| i FOR 8.VLR-0. M..WOOn 8RI.LS Ah' K1NDH OK ITMI'S. AI.SO RHTAIRB YOl'R RROKKN PI-MP8. 1* 8.WATKR. tVMMTBD--A M1DDLE-AOBD WOMAN «· k*iMek»*-pwi one warning n liomo. Mugt have vrpfeiVTHf. Apply to Mrs. clink department, ilradl ·· WAWtHD-OOMPETENT GIRL TO DO l houMWvrk. Cnll at KX W. Main ··tHiral *., dty. WASTED-WOMAN TO *° htlnc COOK. API '' y ONrT WASTED-COMPETENT OIHL TO DO " housework, {'all ut WO N. Main I CONSTAHLE'S SALE. I will sell to the highest bidder for cash nn Jan. 3, 1!XH, at I o'clock P m., at court IIOIIK*. Decutur, lot of household gouds, Move*, carpet*, chairs, beds. Urc«s- crs. table*, HtuiulH pcwlng nviclilncB, mad cart, oigan and furnishings for twclvo- room house. VV. W. Cuimrd. Constable. F O R S A L E - S H O R T H O R N J K R S K Y cow. Just fresh. Cull at 1002 N. Jordan. FOR SALK-A No 1 FRESH*COW WITH calf nt Hide. Applr at 400 E. Orchard at. FOR BALE-AT MY BARN, HALE I) straw 25c per bale or deliver In ten bal n lots,*. C. Drown. Call at 1779 N. Union st! "I1M FOR THE SICK BENEFIT-THE Modern American will then be the Ideal order with Us Kolld finances nnd provisions for accident. «lokne»u. pensions and death," said a Decatur professional man Saturday. MISS MAHKM.R 8M1CK, PIANO teacher. NVw pupils received after Jan. J. Btuulo, Waltc bldg.. 346 N. Main. · PROFESSOR DENNIE HAS A NEW basketball outfit. Parties who want to form classes will do well to call at hi* hall. 211-217 North Water street, where ·he can be consulted on fencing and gymnastics as well. PACKING. STORAGE AND MOVING of furniture. Prices low. Davis' Livery. 'BOOK BINDING-PRACTICAL BOOK binding and blank boon manufacturing, 127 8. Water St.. Decatur. III*. Herman .Spies. Hagaslne* bound, name* stamped ' In gold on books, pocketbooks, memorandum book*, toilet case*, eta .FOR PACKING OR SHIPPING FURNI- ture or glassware see Merldlth. We I guarantee our work to be the best. TOO Ho 7JO N. Broadway. Both phones. WAHTED-OIRL TO DO ·ouMwqrk. No washing or Ironing. W. , FOR 8ALB-LAROE SIZE OAK CASE nws-tiAr ' upright piano. Price low, terms easy. Mr,.coiwn., catalogue ttn( j price* or new pianos mallc.l to nny address. D. U. Urlckor, 963 N. Kdwar| st. WJWTED-A GOOD GIRL »XR OBN- ·Ml housework. Apply 837 X. Church. WAMTKU-EXPRHIBNCBU OIKL FOR gsatral housework In family without 4blMftn. Apply at 712 W. M.iln. FOR SAI.K-I.UOO 9HARBB OF STOCK In Soi,them Oil company of J«inilng», I.U., nt ll.Hi per iiharu; will not be on ne market after Jan. ft Address N. W. Yan- umutlon, III*. WANTED-A FEW RELIABLE A N D energetic agr.it« to Mil our home grown nursery stock. Weekly pay. Sat-. l*fji?tln guaranteed to all purchasers o f ' our superior trees, plritts, shrubs ami via**. Ml. Zlon Nuravry Co.. Mt. Zlon. lite. WANTBD-A LADV STENOGRAPHER; · mu*t be experienced, rapid and quick at figures. Addrem W. H. 8. Co., care Review. FOH SALE--A GROCERY 8TOREWITH, well eMnbllHhcd olty trade. Choice location. Gootl reason for selling. Address 1 (J. R. n.. care Review. FOR BALK-GOOD »-\ BAR-OLD DRIV- Intf horHP. finund and gentle, with sur- r«y and harness 1100 If taken at one*. P. A. Hoffman. 4M W. Wood St. WANTED-AT ONCE ONE GOOD I1A- ker. Call on F. 11. Ritchie. Wurrens burg. Ills. FOR SALE-ATLAS STATIONARY EN- glne, 20 horse power. 40-horse power boiler, all In strictly first clan condition. Call at our office, «21 N. Main it.. Decatur, III*. V. H. Parke Son. WANTED-10 MEN TO UO TO WORK 'Monday morning. See I. C. Brown or call M 177t N. I'nion st. WANTED-ALL ROUND MAN TO work on dairy. Apply at Bedford's dairy, 3H miles west of town. WAHTS FOR 8ALE-THE ENTIRE STOCK OF I vehicles of J. 8. A H. C. Starr, consisting of surreys, phaetons. Stanhopes, buggies and road wagons, all to be sold at prices that will be Inducements never be fore offered. The reason for (laughter- Ing price* at this time Is that next year we will manufacture all the vehicles we »ell. On acecunt of necessary changes to be made l n buildings preparatory tor manufacturing purposes pur stock of vehicles Is now In the old Xlnn Scruggs building, E. William St., corner Franklin. D. P, Raper In charge. WANTED-TO RENT SMALL HOTSE with Here or two ut ground, not OMT three allies from town. C. C. Kmernon, IT* N. Clinton st. FOB BEHT--HOUSES WANTSD-TO TRADE HOUSE AN1 ' T h r i f t . lot on 0, Col fax st. lor live. Htock: *."» In cash. |1M) In live stock and |:«M» nn roll H K N T - - 8 I X - U 4 M I M rOTTAOK AT '·II N. Ciillfno : iHireel.iln Itith. H wet. .Ink. ft,id r Krite. to Imiiiln of ·. A. I. Apply or address W. II. \Vi\ivcr. Dec. R. R. No. 5. WANTED-TO DO ROOF AN~ ·tMpI* palntlnf. call at 421 B. Cerr Oorlo tl. WITH F l i l t HKNT-9-ROOM llfd'SK all mnli rn (v»iivenienre)t in 7Mi hlork \V. Vooil. c.iil room 713 Mllllklu bl'lg., oUI ' ' Knit 51INT loomi nt 31 N. C \ K T E U J A N . I Hf)l'SH O F .'i-'i W. 'ctr» (ionlo Jinmlre llege. WAWTED-N1CE CLEAN CLOTHS FO» wising machinery; 1 cent* a pound wll I a* paid at Review counting room. \VK OWN AND HFI-'CR FOR No III H. D I V I S I O N ST.. 11KWT-- K-KOOM IllorSi: t ' l T V WATKR. ' CISTKIIN. !(JOI) IIKI'.MKS. fOB ESTATE 'K\ 'i wo'l'-iifsr ohu* biwlnewi lot». m »tr t i ,ir tr.irk and jnaln chorouKhfurr In Nv,iM. Mo A fine locution for wholewtk 1 Krmvrv A d "E. '.'." en iv K*vlew. T LOAN . . \VK I I A V K .MdNKY AI.l, fLASSKS OF HE- PATENTS Sold and Obtained F. R. GOODE, 110 West Prairie Street. COLLECTION8-WE COLLECT BOARD bill*, rent*, wages, store accounts, labor claim*, bar bills. Jobbers' and wholesaler*' account*, notes, judgment* and debt* of long standing. All clause* of claims collecuCi, on per centage; no advance fees for our services. A. T. Bummer* Bon. 110 N. Water st. FOR PACKING FURNITURE, PIANOS · and china see us. We guarantee our work. Will pack at your house or at our warehouse. We make a iptctalty of moving, packing and shipping household good* and pianos. Merldlth storage and Moving Co. MONEY TO IOAH, MONEY TO IXAN ON REAL ESTATE In amounts from 1300 up at lowest rates and most favorable term*. Call BOOH. K u n y Strohm, real estate and Insurance, 124 N Water st. MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST CUR- rent rates on real estate or chattel mortgages security. Loans made on live stock, farming Implement* and household good*. F. W. Caldwell, Mllllkln Bldg. MONEY TO LOAN. We loan on HORSES AND CATTLE. We loan on GRAIN AND CROPS. We loan o n PERSONAL SURETY. We loan on FURNITURBJ. We loan on PIANOS. We loan on ANY SECURITY. We make the LOWEST RATE. We BUY NOTES. A. T. SUMMERS SON, 110 N. Water st. next to Mllllkln's. OLDEST LOAN OFFICE IN CITY. RAILWAY TIME TABLES · Corrected to Deo. 14. 1902. ILLINOIS CENTEAI. FOR RKNT-JIOi;SK OF K LARGE room* In »KI blnck W. I'arkard; iiimd strM-t; Al house writ of 1'lno at.; JIO per month. Apply 1211 N. Alain. FOR SAl.B-OR TRAIB: SUMK VA- cant loin in souttwiitli rn K.UIVM WouU trad*- f»r ii|itlly In Ix-co-mr. .mil 4ske a good upright piano Tor one lot. Address "K. -'. care l(c\ lew. FOR BALE-HO' FOR VVKLL IMl'ROV- ed black land furms; guml l l m ; i t - : Tent 10 to 20 per cent of jurch»«t price, excursion Jan. 6. Soe quick (Jeorge IAW- er, land aiW Immigration agent, runm 4, Oprrm House blnck, 1M S. U'.iirr, opimxltv Hotel Brunswick. ! oi; R K X T - A IIOCSK OP 7 ROOMS w l l l i i M t h roimi. at £!» W. King st. Ini u l r - at MM N. fluirch J. F. Klnrkbiirn FOH RKNT-7-ROOM HOl'SK. 661 8. llaworth avenue, nice anil clean In"Ido nnd newly p a i n t J outnldc; well and cl.itfrn. and t h i « . . lot i, reiisunnble runt to rlKht parties. Cull on 11. 1C. Wise St. Louis uve. FOR 8ALK-OR TRAUK; M ACRKS Ol- 1 bind 1 mile from town, Morilii'.mt I I I I I T Fay«tt« county; IK per ucie .Muni h» ·old within two weeks, ('.ill or wrlt: C. O. Osbome, 1S6 Noth Ilallroud avenue. TOR BALB-THRKB IXJTS WITH aloe 7-room, two-story houxe. with cellar, well and cistern, Ml South lln wortb ave: will sell for leas tbun ymi can build, and on reasonable terms, (.'all on H. H. Wise. St Louis ave. FORCED 8ALB-ATTIDNTION, EAST- BNIBR8! In order to clow up an esutto t h n fine cottage known a* 19K E. North m must be ·DM by Jan. «. Flve nice nxmiw, good cellar, well and cistern, with Irnn pump*, fruit and outbuilding*. Mortgagt-d for ·MO. All bid* must be In by Jan. :.. Convenient to the Oil and Cerml mlll.«. and tha Bridge company plants, coal mine and railway*. Investigate and report soon. Dart delay. Kuny Strohm, ical estate ao* Inouranre, 124 N. Water st. FOR RKNT-9-ROOM HOUSE WITH all modern conveniences In 700 block W Wood. Tall room 713 Mllllkln bldg., old plione 9393. .. . FOB HENT-M01U. F l » f l U K . N T TWO rl'UNISIII'Iirpllo.V rui'ii.i. four iliu.ru ·!!«! ni i ouri |I.MIM '"M -r \ V n l .in.) Fninklln. A _ _ ,, ' iALB-W ACRES t MILES OF if pgf good Improvements four mile* good town*. 4 mil* of school; "and. only »b.» per aere; a bar. «t tows, I0,oo» til* on 5*. with fair 1m- or N par aon; at nt ; raola for FOR ItKNT- I N l i ' K L Y room. 7"« |n r weik. ir H per innnt'i. AIM.K- :,» i-: u n i i i m i M, To UK.NT I'TUMSIIHT* IMK)MS; l n i n l i i i i v him-. H In »,itn, block. Mr.s. Juni"« II ( w o r t h . 1.17 .N". Jai k.Hini Ht. I'HUt I t K N T · N M ' K I . Y PI'HMSIHOI) f n i i I room n t h . hot ami rolil wnier, n.if. t ' i r n i i i e li.-.it. ISounl w l l h l n u block. Ml N'. Slain FOR RKNT-A NICELY FCIRNISHED room with furnace heut, board It desired I'll K. JcfCarxon «t. FOR MIST-ROOMS, LARGE, FRONT. SOU K. Kklonulo Ht. FDR RENT-:: NEAT. COZY ROOMS, eumpli ti) fur llgUt HmKvkP*|lng: con \rriil 1 iu:e»; rt-uMonnbli' 119 K. Gre«'n. NOBTH BOUND. IB-Ex. Sun 4:6(1 a U4-Dally 12:20]) 120-Kx. Bunday. 3:08 I 1M-UX. Sunday.. 8:61 p MAIN MNB 8OUTH HOUND. PKOHIA DIVISION. TO PGORIA. B2-12X. Bun. SB-Dally .... ·*.···· , 2:24 a , S:30a , 2:,15 p TO EVAN8VILWC. 301-Datly 10:50 a Wl-Ex. Bun. lr.r,.En. Buoday.. 4:M a m-Frt, ex. Bun.7:45 lill-Hx. Sunday.. :18 IM-Dally ..4:01 a 131-Ex Sun (run mi.H litre) .. 1:60 p FROM PBOHIA. Wl-Dally 10:1)1 231-Rx. Sun a-M p 203-l)ally . . 9.14 p FROM EVAN8VILLE 223-Rx. Sun 2:10 a __ .... . 224-Dally 2:65 p SH-Dally I:K p SB-Dally 8.30 a VIA CHA11PAION LINB. W»--To Chicago, dally, Itavci 7:15 am 70fi~Accom., rx. flumlfty, arrlvei H:OR am 70S--A.-com.. ix. Sunday, leave* 3:00 pm 725--From Chicago, dally, arrlvei 10:15 pm VANDALIA LINE. WEST BOUND. Departs. 7-Ex. Sunday .. 7:00 a IS-Frt., ex. 8un. 7:10 a It-Ex. Sunday ..10:23 a. il-Dally «:Kp EAST BOUND. M-Frt.. ex. Bun. f,:0p to-Pally , 8:3', a IK-Gx. Hunday .. 4.«p WEST BOUND. Arrives 10-Ei. Sunday ..10:18 a 21-Ually 6.15 p EAST BOUND. Arrives 20-Dally 9:«0a 18-Kx. Hundsy .. 4:401 8-Ei. Bunday .. 1:11: FOR R U N T - N I C K FRONT ROOM uuwnslalr.i. 6a K. North St. FOR RUNT - NK-F.LY FURNISHED ruinin, rent re.isonnble, with or without hoard. fiU K. William st. FOR RENT-2 NICE FRONT ROOMS furnished for light housekeeping. 12UI N. Union. TO RENT-WITH BOARD, PLEASANT furnished room; location central, call at 333 W. William st. St*iS 1%kf aJ^PTtlSS 1 ^ FOR RBNT-FUHNISHBD ROOM* FOR ZA JSiL i!5V^iM t, JiSiw' ··"«'·"'«»·. »«·«" hamt. elwrtrto Hgbt *l- p*r aer? ^^ senooi; evator service until U p. m. nj^BsiV Ml W aar* a *t land la Kaeon a2jMk**Mr'·"reom'**!!. M *' Applr ** «bkln It «lta n« tt*rm*r f t f f : *?* J "" m ** 1 TM r · ¥WD "' ·"· of H*TT4T aty; Motmd. w*ll w«U tfled. la th* FOH «Aia-BAT«OAIN IK THE WEST *nd. Two nn*. Wgh lot* on W. Marlet- · *t, near Monroe. W* have a *pecl»l low prto* on UM** for a short time. A nap for any «·*, *ut **p*elally for Muel- Iwf* men. Call coon. Kuny A atrolun, na4 **ta4* and Insurance, 124 N. Water. iom van FOR RENT OR SALE-AT A BAROAIN a ten room house with all modem Improvement*, near at. car Una. P. Lo*b, MB W/Pralrt*. ; | o LOST OJt TOTOD. IAKST-HVyfWBBN 5ROAaWAV AND Moy«l on Wood utree/t. u bead iur*o containing two hiiiulkvrchlffs. looking gla«s nnii 13.50 In money. Retiurn to poMoe lutad- nmrl».-» or phoite HartleM'ii grocery. , SAUD-TWO flPLBNDID FARMS. . . acrt* *ach. *td* hy aide, will b* sold gsjarsmy m together. They ar* wen In-1 M«T*d;p«rft«t)y UMd aad a* food deep.' EMU Mad a* there U IntBls world. Tn*y aw basf a taut aoirth of Llntnw and » ^ ·waat *fllaanwnd. R U Watoton. i '"*· I FOUND-BLANKET ON N. LEE ST. Owner can have cam* by calling at 07 N. Lowber st. LOST-STRIPED GRAY HORSE] BLAN- krt with name on side. Liberal reward f i r return or Information leading 1 to re- covirv of HID*. Johta Fraacl*. room 10 Xu li3Vj r.. Pratrle. FOUND-ON W. PRAIKUC. A BAMC0T of rlothm* and provMon*. Owner may hare raawby oa»mg at W W. William and proving property. CONTAINING WIT good* and gracetlM. on DOlMurd *tr«*t ar. Kinder tiTsasn nturn to *· W. Oetro TO CHICAGO. 12-Dally 1:00 a 18-Datly ::l':i a Il-fix. Sun 9:04 a. 14-D«lly 12:09 p TO BT. LOUIS. J-Dally a: M-Dally 4:40 a. tl-Accom.. Dally 7:10 a «-K.C.M'l. By..11:27 ft 11-Dally 4:10p 1-Contnll. Dally 4:10 p 7-K.C.Kxp., Dy. B:17 p 5-r. Mall. Dy..ll:36p TO EAST. ·-nun»io, MI..D «-P. Mall, Dy., C:»«. M-Dan., ex. Sun. 8:04 a K-Dally 10:51 a 4-Conutl, Dy...ll:taa B0-t*f., ex Sun. 4:0* p a-N.Y.Lhn, Dy. 11:M p TO WEST. S-K.C.Bxp., Dy. 4:45 a It-Clayton. Dy.. 7:JO a n-Bpffld. esSnn.lO:45 a ·-K.C. if I. Dy.ll:36 a 1-Dally 4:Uo «.8un.t:00p M CIIICAOO. IS-Daily l:l«a !!-Dally 4:30 a ll-Mra., Dally... 4:05 p 17-Kx. Sunday... 7:55] FROM BT'LOHIS. 12-Chl. Jltp.. Dy.13:60 a in-Daily 9:05 a I-F. Mall. Dy. f:K a 24-At Exp., Dy.MiCOa 4-Contntl, Dy. 11:27 a 14-Dally 12:04 p CO-Dally 9:00 p 1-N.T.i.lm., Dy.ll:M p FROM: BAST. 3-Llm.. Dally . !:« a tl-Laf., ». Btin.lO:M a 9-K.C. M't., Dy.U:!3 a 1-Contntl, Dy... 4:IS p 7-St.L.Bxp.. Dy. 6:11 p 6-F. Mall, Dy..U:tl p FROM WEST. t-Buir. 'S i.,Dy. 1:10 a IB-Sptild, ex.Bun.!:66a C. t H. ft D. FROM 8PIUNOFIBLD. TO SPRINQFIBLD. «-D*lly ll:Mp M-Dally ^4-S. n-Bx. Buoday..U:00a 52-Bx. Bunday ... K.-Wp 5-Dally WOp n-Dally .......... «:90a TO INDIANAPOLIS. FKOM INDIANAPOLIS «-JH"ir uaSp 4-Dally .^ M-Kx. laaday ...U:Wa W-Kx. Bunday .. l:l»p HUMB ACCOlllMODATJON. Leans for Hume: Arrivis from Hunn: U-Eat. Bunday E:Mp»-Ex. Bunday .. IMa SOUTHERN RAILWAY Best tin* from ·T. LOUIS AND LOUIBV1LLB ..TO.. ABHEVILLB, CHATTANOOOA, AT- LANTA. CHARUEftTON, JACK. ·ONYILUI -AMD- All points m th* ·outhsast aad Florida. Apple t* O. B. ALLOW. Assistant O*n- atM Pa*s*ai«r Aiwl, ft Louis, Mo. H. R «p«o«*r. ft H. Bardwtok. Oaoarat lt*aag*r. a*naral Pasa Aft. «*av ·. JUtto. Aas-t Owi ^aaa, AA | Commencing SOLID M ' nday **V 00 V DECEMBER W E E K agth. DICK FERRIS presents the flfcACE HAYWABD CO. in a repeitoire of SUCCESSFUL PLAYS Up-to-date Specialties Opening bill-- "dRAUSTARK" Prices--IDC, aoc and 300. LADIES FREE Monday night SIN6IE BINDER Price to dealers, $80.00 per M. They coitj more than other 5-ccnt but the hlgbcr price enables this factory to use higher grade tobaccos, thus giving tho consum- er better quality than IB possible In big proflt cigars. The smoker has LEARNED to RELY on their uniform Quality. No other Do cigar ever won so many Mo smoker*. Because of their excellent qual- ity and popularity there are many Imi- tators. DON'T LET THEM EOOL YOU There Is no substitute. V A N D A L I A L I N E For Indianapolis, Columbus, Pittsburg, HarrisburgT Washington, Baltimore, "lladelpffla and New York Tickets to Mew Y.ork with stop over ten days at Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia. Low raws and) quick time No. 20 leaves Decatur at 0:85 a. ra., arrives New York I p. tn t next day. Secure berths city of- Ices. liO William st. And second class one way colonist rate* to the west, to points In Kansas, Nebra*a.. Colorado, New Mexico, South Dakota, Wyoming and southwest. Chrl»tmns and New Year holiday rates. The Vandalla line will sell round trip tlckotg on Dec. 24, 25 and 31, 1902, and Jan. 1, 190S, at one and one-third fare to all points In Central Passenger association territory, good till Jan. 2. 1903. For tickets call on T. Peniwell. P. T. A., at city office ioo pounds Chopped Feed For 75c Best scroened.lumpand nut coal, wholesale and retail, and all kinds of feed at lowest prices at 539 West Green street. New Phone 47g. Old Phoe 3433. Qeo. W.Lyons ffflWHMD Dr. S. J. Bumstead Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. TwtBtr-nvs Teaii* Bxperieice In Decator. 6lanei Adjusted. All Opentloas Performed Office, Temple Blk., Opp. Baptist Church CLOYD The Veteran . Watchmaker Has Moved To East Main Street Opposite Morehouse- Wells Co. I solicit your Watch, Clock, Jewelry and Spectacle Rcpnlrlog. Date of sale, lice. 31, 1902; limit, Jan. 1, 19K3. Going-Train 736 leaves Decatur at 7:K a. m., arrives Chicago 1:30 p. m. Train lao lcu\rs Decatur at 3:05 p. m., arrives Chicago at 7:25 ji. m. Returning--Train la |c,ive» Chicago at 11:31! a. m., arrives Decalur 4:00 r. TM. Train 25 leave* Chlcugo sit B:25 p. m . arrives Decatur 10:35 p. m. I Tho beat service In all winter resorts--Florida, l/oulslana, New Mexico, Old Mexico, California and Cuba. Both »ho UCB. It. B. DYHIl, Passenger Agent. Follow the Flag. ViXmXiaS iWcU'iV a%iS^ SPECIAL RATES! Special excursion to Chli-ago Doc. 31. account New Yt-ar'n holiday. $3 (or round,trip. Grmd going nn 9:04 a. m. and 1 12:09 p. in. irainB, rctumlrg, leaving CWcogo, iti- cJiwMng all :rnl ns up to 11 n. m., Jan 2. '.tat* toiOohHaa. WlMonrin, Arkaasaa, ^ one way colonist rat** to point* In couth it, west and southwest, north and northwest and third Tuesday of ·men month until May. Holiday rate* same dates and limit* a* above to Chicago and .return, $4.46; to St. Louis and return, |3.K; to Qulncy and return, «.M; to Hannibal and return. M.C6; to S e ?i!5 ult "1 d "turn. J5.I6. to point* on Wabash railway east of . . , -- 'er at rate of 1 and 1-1 far* for round trip; dates of sale Deo. U, 26 and M and Jan. 1. Return limit Jan. 2, IMS. Special arrangement* for student* and teacher* going home for holiday*. Kansa* City account National Live Stock association; dates of sale Jan. U and 11: return limit Jan. 19, except by payment of 60o and depositing tickets at Kansa* City return limit will be extended to Jan. Si; far* for round trip 111.40. Springfield, tils., account State Teachers' association, far* for round trip |LU: data* of *ale Dec. », a and M; return limit Jan. 2, IMS. SUNDAY KATES: On Bunday yon; ·*» s*our* a tMfeac «o i rat**. Ton oaa ·»· to ] »tofin%Tjffi HS||jIi The St. Lou I* ticket* are also sold for Saturday 11:27 a. m. train and afternoon trains. ^ST^^-gr , *H wtu jimfflH teraur THREE QREAT CANYONS. Cnyoa of tk» Cclers)** CmagwnC. The Justly famous Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone is, like the Colorado. gorgeously colored and abruptly countersunk In a plateau, and both are mainly the work of water. But the Colorado's canyon is more than 1,000 time* larger, and aa a score or two new buildings of ordinary alee would not appreciably cbango the general view of a great city so hundreds of Yellowstone* might be eroded In the side* of the Colorado canyon without noticeably augmenting It* slie or the richness of it* sculpture. But It Is not true that the great Yoeetnlte rocks would be thus lost or hidden. Nothing of their kind In the world, so far as I know, rivals El Capltan and Tlsslack, much lew dwarfs or In any way belittle* tbem. None of the sandstone or limestone precipices of the canyon that I have peen or heard of approaches in smooth. flawless strength and grandeur the granite face of El Capltan or the Te- naya side of Cloud's Beat These colossal cliffs, types of permanence, are About 8,000 and 6,000 feet high; tboa* of the canyon that are sheer are about half as high and are types of fleeting change, while glorious domed Tlsslack, noblest of mountain buildings, far from being overshadowed or lost in this rosy, splry canyon company, would draw every rye and in serene majesty "aboon them a'" she would take her place-- castle, temple, palace or tower. ·Nevertheless a noted writer, comparing the Grand canyon in a general way .with the glacial Yospinlte, says: "And the Yosemltc-- ah, the lovely Yosemitel pumped down into the wilderness of gorges and! mountains, it would take a guide who knew of its existence a long tune to find it." This Is striking and shows up well above the levels of commonplace description, but It Is confusing and hag the fatal fault of not being true.-- John Molr In Century. INSIST ON TOUR PBAIJtR OIVINO YOU "PBRFBCTION" Olb AND "CBOWN" OAUOtlNB. TBBT AR THn BUST. and RETURN Sympathetic I«k». Rabelais compiled n curious Hit ot Inks of a sympathetic nature, which ·were largely In vogue In bis dayi. In bin book entitled "Pantngruel" he | make* his readers acquainted with 1 'Parmrguc's exploits In trying to decipher the Invisible characters of a letter which a Parisian female had ' (Written to Pnntagruel. "He held It up 'before a fire," says Rabelais, "to gee If It wns written with spirits of ammonia mixed with water. Then he placed It In water to discover If the hWritlng bad not been done with sirup of tltbymal. When tills would not ·work, he held It over a candle, which (would have brought out the characters bad they been written with the juice of white onions. By rubbing a part of it with nut oil he tried to nnd whether H bad not been written with the sap of a fig tree. And if frog** blood had ibcen used In the place of ink the milk Ifrom the breast of n woman suckling her firstborn daughter would have betrayed the secrets of tlmt letter." : Two of a Kind. An old woman recently entered an Optician's shop and asked to look at some spectacles. Cbooxing a pair, she asked the price. "Five shillings," was the answer. "And bow much are they without tho case?" "I could not noil tbem for less than 4s. Itkl." salil the tradesman, who was determined to get all he could. "Do you tnko off twopence for the case7" queried tlio woman. "That is all. The case Is worth no more than twopence," was the reply. "Tlmt Is good news!" ejaculated thf old lady, with a sigh of relief. "It's the caso for mine which I have lost." Bo saying she laid down the two- pence and marched off with the coveted case before the astonished shopkeeper had time to Interfere.--London An- Origin of «he lied Cap of Liberty. The red cap of liberty bad a very pro- aalc origin. Instead of being the 'Phrygian bonnet" it Is Just tho galley slave's headgear. The Swiss of the CbateaurouK regiment sent to the galleys for their share In the Nancy riots were released and came Into Paris with the red caps still on their heads, "They are the victims of despotism," said th» people, forgetting the circumstances of the riot, and so tho red cap became the favorite with the extreme party. Toothache. If one hag a toothache and can't reach the dentist, try this method of temporarily allaying the pain: Cleanse' and dry the hollow tooth with a bit of cotton. Then put in a small cotton plug dipped In creosote or oil of cloves. Cover this with another bit of dry cotton, or, still better, a !lttle beeswax and cotton kneaded together. Tola keeps out the air and downs the "misery" until a dentiat can be reached. "That Englishman Shaking Is very well fixed, Isn't her' Inquired Polk. "Well," replied Jolk, "gome people think so, hot I know he hasn't a bit ot property he can call big own." "Nonsense! He lives in hi* own house." ·That may be, but he calls it "to town.' "-Philadelphia Press. Gullet. A. M Rose. John Thomnm aad Charles Duff. They were unanimously Instructed to vote for the present circuit Judge*: Judge "W. M, Farmer ot Vandalla, T, B. Ane of this city and Samuel L. Dwlgbt of Cen. tralla I' Hi* "How did you enjoy your Tlstt to th* Bermudas, Uncle Jtxir' 'I was a good deal dls*|polnt*d. (The onions didn't como up to nry expectations. Why, I've eat better Ber- mnda onlooa right nere/'-OUflBfo JTrtbnne. He-Mlgg Ballaconr datau to belong to a very old family. ihe-W»lL abe's Jostintd. There an alx tbote firla, and tba youngest of tbem must be at least thirty. JOHN L. HAS SPENT A FORTUNE CllM* to 01,000,000 HM Slipped Through His Hands. John L. Sullivan pay* tie's "flat broke" again. This In John's n n n n n l Matron nt and It la generally truthful. It* other day Sullivan ntnril.d -tho mn.ill boyn of Boston by throwing (flittering coin* nbout tho ntr--ts. But that la nothing I K W . fur fhp big follow has txwn wparnt- 1"K hlmn-If from gold «vcr Blnoo. he won the heavyweight ohamplon^Wp from Paddy Its an more than -twenty year* ago. Joihn ha« hwn receiving *WO a week a« n monnlogui. arih»t. but hi hln own lan- Buafrc "th.it ain't cnoufrh to buy beer." ProlMbly n» iniRUInt hnn h«d n» much money an Sullivan, -who wltih «.lt hl« faults ha» «lway» IMVII charttnble. rw havp askod a favor nf Wm and t)«n re- fiwod. Always an atiivn'ilon on the utage. JOlm L. can keep thp wolf nway from the door an long an he e.n-en to work In that line, Im't he t»jmetlme« (frown Mred of (tie calcium ami waniH to cut lorme with the boyB. Then It l. Chat h emptier his pockftn anl (tnos "bnvki\" How much money h.is John I.. K t i l l l v a n Allowed to paaa throtixh his flii(rer» In tm-eiHy years 1 ' Thin IK i i|uentlon thti."! Jc'hm hlnwelf cannot untwcr with accuracy, but It IH mif to cny 1iHt t1.0m.nilo Is not far out of the way. 811! 11 v,in hai* toured tho World, he has ha| countliwH tcncUx, nun onRiiged In 'th ( wiloon b\m\mv* varliwit llmcn, lia* been an nwor and a vaudeville nrtlm, and 1 has hail other murcm from which to squceco the almighty dollar when llmr« were hank. too. F'UKiHotlc historians who are MronK on frtatfxtlcj* JhH\'e hunted throuirh tile record** and have euccecded In accounting for tTNS.ooo which John lia« pockoled. CHURCH OFALL CREEDS Dedicated at (it. Paul With Ceremonies. St. Paul. Minn., Dec. 29,-Tho new People's church, which rvplarvs tho strut" ure burnsl about n yvar ago, wan opinrl w(th a/pproprlcup rellgloun coremotitpe. The church Is un ImpoKlnK Mruoturc, erected ill a coBt of ovor $100,000, and Is unlquo 4n lhat 1(8 Interior decorations pay tribute to mwt teachers of all toc- oirnlied religion* inn! crwds. Plncecl :it !nterv«lK till around tho semicircle of the auditorium nro two tiers of wtjlil"J-gl.i.w windows that have In en given to the «hurrh by 'the various nationalities » ml religious denominations itt Si 1 . Paul. Thviv lire, In th«'lr ondipr, He- bivws, R )man Catholics, Italians, Swiss, Qivm.in MethmllftH, OotifrrogatlonnJIstn, I'nltarliuw, ItupitlstH, IVesbyterians, IJc- iheml.inn. Sweden, French. Irish, EiiRllKh, Nbrwegl'iiiM .ind AftivAmcrleiuiH. Other windows represent mlstrlons', pa- tjrloUsm, l.ibnr, the great teachers (which 'beun* Hie n«mt* of 55oroii«tcr, "onfu -lus, liu.ldli i and Mohummcd), philanthropy and InwnHon. A pipe orKnn to cost »10,00» In to bo Installed later. WANTS NAMES OF MEN. Central Official Looking far Ap- pll^tlone. J. C. Dalley, superintendent of the Freeport division of the Illlnolx Central, has Issued tho following circular to the agents In hfc territory. "In order to be in a position to secure men from the towns mid country along our line for service In various position* In the transportation department. and for position* as flremen In tho machinery department, it IH desired that agontH uncertain the names of young men at their xtatlonK or vicinity, who arn nmbltlouH to enter railroad nervlcc. and furnlnh 11 list of their names and nd- drcHses with a brief statement of the person, giving age, occupation, position lc»lrcd. with tin opinion as to their llt- nes« fop the line of work Jealred. "After such list has been received, the. tralnmnst'T or master mechanic will try and nee mirli applicants and have, a per- nr/nal talk with them. Additional IIXTs should be furnlnhei from time to time, say every three months The Idea In to have a lint of available men we can draw on from time to time as needed." Inatruot for Am**. Louisville. Ills., Dec. ».--At a meeting of the Democratic county central com- nlttee the following were selected a* *el- igate* from Clay county In tho Fourth, udiclal district: T. J. IfcCUIIon. Sam T. ith,' Ik 8. Ktltb, w. a. Colborn, L. C. IN EW SPA PER DROP IN BEBF COST Due to Low Price for Cattle on toe Hoof. Chicago, Dec. 29.--Ins|iectlon of the ·weekly quotations of dressed beef prices UK chronicled In the files of the National Provlsloncr, a trade paper devoted te the Interests of the meat trade, shown that thp present lowcost of beef has come about In the lust three month*, though previously there was a gradual decline from the maximum of price* reached In May or June. The packer* attribute the present favorable condition of things for tho consumer to the lower prices of live stock. Witch are «a1d to be much mote plentiful. It Is worthy of noto that the United States charges alleging a beef combination were filea In May, and that Jtw ot the charges was that tho packers controlled the live stock supply. The. assertion that the drop In the price of beef to the rentiers ha* been about 4 cents per pound do«K not *eem borne out by the quotations, which indicate a decline ot about 3 cent* from the maximum to the present market. NO RHA8ON FOR HIGH PRICES. Washington. Dec. 29.--Mr Wltoon. secretary of agriculture callx attention to the fulfillment of his prophecy -made com* month* ago that Christmas beef would be at about normal price at Christmas trraa. "The market report* show," said the secretary, 'that cattln which were selling at (ft.SO to 18.75 a hundred In August and earJy September are now selling at from 14.75 to 15.25. That I* a reduction In price of beef on the hoof ot about « per cent., and It should bring your roasts and steaks down to about the nor- mat price. I understand that the price* of retail beef have: dropped very materially In the west, although the meat dealers In the east still maintain rather stiff ratest ·till they are very considerably leu than they were several months ago. Th*r* M no justification Ifor high prices now, but It I* always a. Mow proems to get deal. er B to abandon 'the Mliedyles fixed when their supply Is -limited. Dealers are now making a, handsome profit and .Mil delay as lone M poMlMe the restoration of the old price*." I.EWSPAPER!

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