The Decatur Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on April 8, 1924 · Page 12
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( THE D E C A T U B R E V I E W Tuesday, April 8, 1M4. CLMTOH MM BUNS NOTICE THUS No Monty in Safe Broken Into Twice. C l i n t o n April 8-- For tlie *econd Urn* % i t l i l n the last fetv da» the ..ffice of Jacob Tick on North Cen f e r street »as entered by burglars mil live site broken Into Mr Tick decs not k««p monej In Hie eaf* and nothing? but Insurance pipere and o i l i e r valuable paper* *er» taken. Mi Tick la running: a. notice In th« local pap«ra at present to "nlfht Ms- tori' »tatlnr nothing of valu« la to 1" found In hit offlca and it ta use- lc*s to cal) there durlnp; HI* absence ItCLEASED. l l i r r \ Hoof arrested -v few d a \ » nico on a chargje of acrancv Tvas i leaned Monday on the promise to -.-cuie a Job Arthur Boc-rdiia iilso v a^ release on · similar promise. PUSSYFOOT" JOHNSON SPEAKS 'J lie Firs* Pr*sbterlan churcli -waa f i l l e d to cap4cttv Monday evening; to l l - t e n to the address by · Pus*) roof Jolm»on on The Cross and tlie Crea- ccut CHILD IX^LS KTE J I e e l e v e n jear-old eon rf Mr ank ^ ' t s C r, Hoblnson. S13 N o r l l i f e n i » i Hreet. »aa acnoi *]\ Injured M o n d a v e v e n i r t at the f a m i l y home I lie child w a s , at pla\ ind la the dirl ness Tin I uo some- object caus- i r e h i m to lore one of h l a « v e « J h« father ta A switchman In th* . m p l o v of tlie Illlrola Central and w a s called from hla duties oa ace- oun of the accident CELEBRATES BIRTHDAT. \mo* T«)lor, widely known. II icughoat this l c l n l t y aa a, fruit crone' observed hl« ei|r'ity-«e%enth b i r t h d a y a n n i v e r M r v «t the home of Im aon A r Tavlor. and family «futh of C l i n t o n Mond»v with a fam- 'ly d i n n e r all of tlie children being piescnt Mr Talor was horn in Mechanlcft- burc CM o April - 1SJ" -uid cam* I" I l l i n o i s In M prairie schooner In J'C" t i r e * A c a i » later m o v i n g t o J\nsas m h c r « he rcti-ilred u n t i l that ··tito tvaa alin/ist eaten up bv rr««n- hop^er* w h e n lie r « t i n n e d to P c w l t t « . i n t v v r t d l n e ; o n the riillllp Wolfe f a r n i t h " P r i m e Center tic glibor 1 rod U s m i i r i i c r t o MU» Mi Helen Harper of Ohio occurred In 1866. eh* paaainaT away In J91«. Relatives and friend* hive received announcement of the maniac* of C Otla Skinner, a, former Clinton younc roan, to MUs Virginia. Halston of North Platte. Neb. whJeh took place at Julcaburg-. Colo . Sunday morning: Mr Skinner la the aon of W A Skinner, former atorekeeper of the Illlnola Central here, and la a «ra*- uate of the Clinton community hlfh school He also attended the University ot Illlnola fend ta a member of the PI Kappa Alpha fraternity. For the taat jear he ha* been emploved a* an accountant for the North Platte Wholesale Crocerv Co, and the couple w i l l make their home In that eltj. CITt MAPS COMPLCTEP Blue print* of the city of Clinton the most complete and up-to date now In existence ha\e Just been completed by the mechanical department of the Clinton community high school under direction of Instructor TV. S. Hoover All atrcets are shown and marked including the few -which are but a block lonff and w h i c h are pcrhap* not known to manv resident* The I l l i n o i s Central shop* the roads leading out of Clinton ind all adjolnlnc farms also a t e Sr eluded f i ' t v FCEb CARS Fuel demonstration cars occupied by J W. Dodge and O U Llndrew arrived In Clinton Sunday for a t w o da* » t a v . d u r i n g which time classes were held afternoon and evening- Messrs Dodgo and Undrew put In t w e l v e rrot th« of each veil t r a v f l - ing over t h « Illinois C e n t i a l and Y M "\ g i v i n g lectures on f u o l ccon- oinv tlie t w o gentlemen b c i t i K p i ' b - allv oetter K n o w n than a n v otl cr t w o emplojcs of the s j s t e n has In the nelghboiliood o thousand workers on its l o l l s SriUNG S HERE' ' Pop Corn Shelbv ' opened his stand at the corner of East Main and the public square, bright nrd earlv Mondav morning after being In a elate of h i b e r n a t i o n since last fall In business In Clinton for main years Shelbj makes m mistake In the -weather and the residents of De- wltt counu from long e»rs of association depend to a greater extent upon Shclb-v f» appearance on tlie street* as a harbinger of spring tlian any Indication In th» calender nml no on* In this v l c l m t y would daio shed their ' h e a v y u n s f o r ' B V D s ' w i t h out first a s c e r t a i n i n g w h e t h e r or not Shelby Md opened shop IVESDALE. Mi « Loulso T u r n e v of P«c.atur csina 1Jcsdnv to v i s i t licr g i a n d p a r - cnf Mr and M i « B Gull fora Mr« lobe B u r k e Mis AV m Gnl'a- shc- Mrs Mao K i n k e and children returned f t o i i Decatur Tues(^ where the a f e n d e d the funeral oC Tom Burl L Mrs tosrp i ne Bcckmon, and daugh. tor Eleanor, w e n t to Champaign W o d n c s d a v 'or a few urecks %lslt J d O Hiira. motored to Champaign Mr- 1 f r a l l i v a i am 1 llttl* son -ind M-" O Wia-Rins of B o i n c n t puss ed 1 l u r * In w i t h Mis T G n l l l v a n I di\ Sloan w a s a caller In Chami a i _ n W cdrcsi!l Mis Pal h 1 ose and l i t t l e «on v i s - ted Mr m 1 Mrs i, Anders In Decatur re « n t l \ . i nos lxC*u« retimed f-om Chicago iT i r llannon w as a. Dccatu' caller Uodnesd-xv Jan os ( r r e n r i n ve t to 10. UNABLEJO COME May Consider Crossing* Thursday. A O Cunningham chief consulting engineer of the Wabash Railroad comparo. w h o w a s to come to Decatur Tuesday to go Into the grade crossing s i t u a t i o n w i t h city official* and tlie Jocal ralhoad officials, w a s unaole to conic It is not Improbab o that the grade crossings w i l l be considered at the meeting to be held In St Loula Thursday at w h i c h clt officials, t o w n s h i p officials. Industrial and railroad men are expected to be present to con- alder the -various angles of the Seventh street \iadiic. o \ e i the AVabasli tracks NO MORE BERTHS! E SALE, NEW night w h e n t l e neainess of Easter ccents the importance of n clothes II S Gebliart Co has great n e w s foi Decatui \ \ o m c n V new purchase and sale ot high giade «llk dresses in spring s l o v e l i e s t stvle? d e v e l o p e d o f costliest -nlks Hi· if ptices 114 TJ $:_ ". and 1:3 ?j, for dre«se* made to sell up to 140 and $«5 Full detail* given In Gebliart s advertisement on page seven today The sale opens Wednesday morning \ D. R S. NOTES A call was issued Tuesday morning at the high, school for e v c r o n e Interested In debating to repor* to room :i9 e i g h t h hour 'lucsdaj At this time t i j o u t s be arrange] The fine* chocolate coveted milk not bar in the land. Made better with teal creamery butter--a foodaawellaaacaady. Mr n i d Mr« O Boi.r w e r e Bement C i l l e r s 'ihtirsda e v « i Ing Mr« Henry t Lkel returned from Decatur Thursdm w r e r o she -vtMted r c l a t h c s a. few .a\« Mrs Carl CoK in nf S p r i n g f i e l d c u n e T n u r ^ d a y to \ i s i t her n other Mr« M b c h m i d t Mrs John T\ elc i w e n t to Bemert TlmrsdTv to %islt Mr. and Mrs for another Interecho- astii, debate No subject has been announced li literary society In its meet- in? Monday e v e n i n g heaul y a,p- iroved of the plan of c o n t i n u i n g 'h« ntcr-socictv contests In f u t u r e v e a r s This w i e nsl.cd for by J M Deatvt n order to see w h a t w a s the general o p i n i o n o* the incmLers as to the p l a n Some pood suggestions w e r e nnde eiicli a* h o l d i n g the contests at an c v r l i e r date so that mor» atudcnts w o u l d liave a chance to participate tlian w a s possible this v » a r \nother augycMDii made w n s that tlier* be more t i m e b e t w e e n t h e contests a n 1 that thc not be run t s c t h c r .as they were t h i s v ear D o f i m t o p l a r s w 111 be worked out hi t at am rate It Is c e r t a i n t h a t t h e contests w i l d be c o n t i n u e d The S H f t s t l l a chili t T 1\ C \ c l u b composed of I icji school girls i n v i t e s ever* high sr'iool plrl to at- tond a banquet to be Mvetv at the ·\ "U C A on \p.il 10 i k l e t s a i c a'} cents The contests In music 'iJd In t l i i u d l f r i u m period just before spnnc, vacation w i l l be contirued 11 A \ e d - nesdaj s ,is«emblv Girls at Blackburn College, Carlimillc, I U . are going to leave their Pullman car homes. New dormitories aie being completed next month and the sleepers, loaned tho college several ears ago to rehctc overcrowded condition], w i l l be sent back to Chicago T- C'irV dmcl t»r G e r t r u d e inn, ^\ero Decatur \ i s l t o i s M s J ind «=(tti 1 In rsda r^alph Ro*e mitle a basinets t t l p to Clilcafo th« f u s t of the w e e k J d Torresial w a a a caller In C'lmjn- paifrn T h u i s o a \ W Krone of C h n m p a l p n Republl- r»n candidate for c o r o n e r was a cal'- ci in I\«idal» W c l i e s d a j Jlr and Mr. T Ti r u n and d u u s h . te M Ion n pissed l u e ' d a v In De- catii- Ml«-«es ri'.i a n d E len P l n l e n of Allerton came Thur-da to \ l « i t their a u n t Mrs A Sherlock PROBE LAND GRANTS TO N. P. RAILROAD " U a s h m c t o n \ p r i l S -- \ l e s o l u t t o n to a u t h o r i z e n i v t s t i p a l or I v a 1oint c o n g i c s ^ i o m l co n n i u f c e o* nil l-\n 1 erai ts to tl i N o r t h e r n l a c f i o Ttail- wa coi pan w\s a p p r o v e d today h the house public, lands c o m m i t t e e BRIEF NEWS NOTES OF ARTHUR PEOPLE A i l h i u A i n i l i-- Born to Tohn Menuer and wire. Friday morning/ April t t w i n sons Miss Irene Bennett of Pana a n d , William Ralsteo ot Cowden w e r o j weck-eid guests of Tev and Mrs E R Barn The funeral ot Mrs Ten*. McBrlde W B S h e l d from her late residence on East Park street Friday afternoon at - 30, Rev Mr. Shuts h a v i n g chargo of the service Burial w a s In the city cemetery under the auspices of the Eastern Star lodcc. the ricmbers of tlie Rebekah lodge al«o a t t e n d i n g In a bod\ Beginning Mondav A p r i l 7 t h . the \ r t h u r stores close at 15 p m except AVcdncsdav and Saturday nights Mr-? timer birl s and daughter Margaret ot Decatur Msltcd at tlie home of Di F c n llhps last w e e k Pntil H e r t o n his ft v c i v sore hand i v i i g c it it w i t h i hedge Itnlfe The M o m o e f a c t o r shipped n'nc J u m l o rood machines Mon^av Miss IsabUl "v\ntson returned t ) \fi «cliool w o r k at « h u r t l e t f Coilcpp Monda hav i n p »)oiit her v n c n t i o n w e t k w i t h h e r rarcnts A.tto'nc-v a n d Mrs M i r i c n M atson M IT Corbctt and wife l e f t *at- .irday In au'o for C o r w i t ' i I o w a vvlic'o t h c \ w i l l m a l e t h e r h o m e The .roods In t h i s v I c l n l t j h o v e i 1 been itrng-jrrd nnd w i t h the » \ c e p t | - n of T few bad m id boles a i e In i c i soinh \ prood c o n d i t i o n KANSAS CITY HAS BUILDING BOOM K a n « a s C't\ Kansas Mirll S-- Tliere Is more b u i l d i n g c o n s t i u c t l o n now coing on here t h a n at a iv t i m ~ in the hlntorv of the c l t j It Is es mated 1 000 projects are u n d e r construction DELAND. Mi and "virc J n i « t Col u ot Lodge spent faundiv at G M \ c i s Grace Taugh ot Montn.ello spent Friday here at her home The Methodist I-/adles aid m cts \Vodr-csdas a t t i e c h u i c h The f m a r n l of Mis C corge C i i « man w a i h(.ld Mond iv nt 1 30 o clo k at tho C h i i ' U o n tl u P i ] u r l a l w is at AVoldon r 1 O Fri^-n ind f a n n l v r e t u r n c 1 l o t h e i r home i n T o i l e t M o n d i v aftci i we"' « v i s i t it T I- Bid el s K e n n e t h \ d a i s spuit i u n d n j a' George \danis Krai k Crlsm in «: of Maroa and Mi s Kate. Conk. ( f Jec*itur are bore to a t t e n d Ihe f i n r r i l n' Mrs Crlsnian Airs Tonn e lohnsori Is caring fur Gerald U n s m - n The Methodist Ladles w i l t g i v e n spring Uaraor nnd sx pper Sflturdav e v e n i n g at tlie basement of the church ) Arch Orisnmii s o' Maroa spent Sumltu tit G r r i ' i n a n " Mrs Joe P.arii = li w 111 u n d e r g o »n other o p e r a t on it tl e W a r n e r tos I i t n l H a i n i O T ShnH7 w i l l r a t l i n home f i o m the B u i n l a m hospital W e c ' n c s ^ Allss N e l l i e Kellenlnch of Mnroa- died ard w a « b n i i e d ^ \ c d n e s d a Slie was born nt Dcland THE APEX-ROTAREX ELECTRIC LABOR-SAVING APPLIANCES are now being sold in Decatur Cash or Easy Terms «*crrow See Our Display of THE APEX RoTAREX STORE 2M Nertk Main Street (Singer Store) George W. Stewart, Mgr. CALL MAIN HIS FOE FREty DEMONSTRATION IM YOUR OWN HOME 'Mis T d v v l n G r i f f i t h and son o' T a v l n r v l l l f t w t i e the guests of Mr a n d Mrs Guv Na«h Thursdav Mis» \ l n i Tope l« spendlnp several d a R In Butlci with her sister, Mrs Oscar 1 r c e m a n Mrs I n ma Mllle- was In Tajlor- M I l o rhursdsv M r n n d M m A l v l n H a w k i n s Ic't T h u r s d R j for Iturlington la where t h o v w i l l m a k e l l i e l r h o n e Miss Palsv K i n n e v and Mil's Dcra X V u c h e r p f e n n i g w o r e v i s i t o r s i n I I t r h f l e M T h u r ' d ^ v Mts T B Becker and son H o w a i d refurnrd to their home In Decatur Thumdav s f t e r a v i s i t hye w i t h hei father John Slomnn Mi and Mrs John Halcv w e r e 1n r a r m c r s v i l l e ' l l u r ^ d a v , v i s i t i n g M r and Mm John Brnv Mrs Alice O'fllghler of Urbana I» the guest of her brother W i l l i a m Lowe Mrs T A Morris accompanied b Mrs To'm TVoortward were In Jacks o n v i l l e Thursday M s l t l n B Charles Morris w Uo Is a p a t i e n t nt the Kor- bury sanatorium Mrs Sf A Tnhn'on ' n l e i t a l n e d the Budge c l u b T r l d a j afternoon at her home ·*· r Pearson w a» t r a n n a c t l n g busl- nc«s in ' i a v l o r v ' l l e I r l d n j "Mis-* Ll/7le Sloniftn v\ as In Lltch- ficl I T r l d n v "Miss 1 i l i i l i a M i n i U i t i returned home F r l d n y from bnlon Mo w h e r e she Ims bcou v i s i t i n g at tlio h o m e ot her brother 1 t a n k M l n l k c n Mrs \ M Kagy and son Pobcrt h a v e been spending the week-end In Tajlorvllle with her mother, Mr* Mary Askew. Mrs. Arley Johnson and children ot Decatur were her* Saturday visiting Mr and Mrs lilBVy Lents Mr and Mr* Ixnils Swinger of Honey Bend spent Sunday with the former s parents, Mr and Mrs J O Swinger Mrs Andrew Bterrian of Jerseyvllle is the guest of her mother. Mrs Adam Munatermari , Mr and Mrs John Gray accompanied bv Mrs Margaret Easlev. were In Nokomls c unday visiting Mr. and Mrs Carson Jasne Mr and Mrs Toe Betterton of Tay-' lorvllle w e r e here Sunrtaj guests of the latter s parents Mr, and Mrs. J H Weatherford Mrs Goo arnla- l e f t Sundnv for St. Ixiult where she w i l l spend several 1avs w i t h r e t a i n cs BELIEVE CUE FIRE mm WIRE Lighting Plant Part of Smart Home Equipment. Cialg I I I , April 8 -- N o t h i n g f u r t h e r has been learned about the origin of the fire w h i c h destroyed the David Smart $16 000 home here Sundaj forenoon, but Mr Smart stated Tuesday m o r n i n g that there could be no cause except frori an electric wire from tlie electric light ne p l i n t he used w i t h w h i c h to light h i s buildings and f u r n i s h p o w e r for v a i l o u s nnohincs Ho also said no a c e t y l e n e gas plant u a s used in the place as hfu« been l u m o i e d Several TKouMnd Dollars Damage Tuesday. Montlctllo, April 8--Several thou*. and dollar* damage resulted from a fir* that broke out In the public fireproof garage belonging to Harvey Strohl about 2 o clock Tuesday morn- Ing. The fire originated In the basement of the building-, but from w h a t cause Is not known Th« oar* that were standing on the first floor of the garage were saved, but six ne-v car* on the second floor were damaged considerably. The loss U partially covered by Insurance. Only a few months ago fire de- itroyed the Rudislll garage and about seventy-five automobile* at a loss of many thousands of dollars [ MILLIKIN NOTES | Ihe Sander* Prize Speaking Contest which was to Jiav* been held at Milllkin University this month has been Indefinitely postponed The date for this contest has been changed a lumber of limen since the f i r s t an- n o u n c e m e n t was made and the last postponement w a s made I n d e f i n i t e Ixs Cercle Tiancals is to hold a meeting Tuesday e v e n i n g at 7 00 in the regular meeting room The French Club has extensive plan* for bringing a French lecturer here to speak before the J M U. audience. \ A meeting of the "M* club Is to be held Tuesday evening at 7 30 in tlie T. V,'. C A room Coach Rolll« W i l l i a m s will talk to the club members. ELEVATOR MANAGER AT MOUNT AUBURN Mt \ u b j r n , AprU 8--F M Clower vvbo has been fmplojed as manager of tho I n r m o r V elevator at Osbern- v i l J e moved Ins household goods to tho residence propertv of C I. A u g u r 01 «outli Brorid street Saturdav w h e r e he and his fam K w i l l reside l f c \ p c i t s to bo emploj cd as man apn of the e l e v a t o r nt th!- plice Mit G W Toley dsmrtcd for S]nn»,field Saturdny to v i s i t her sister Airs G n Mice and she w i 1 de- P«M t from tl f ro for Liurmoln to v i s i t her m o t h e r Mrs M W Co\ 'Hie Friendship c.ub of the Mcth- odist church w i l l be e n t e r t a i n e d b j M i « T I M u l r and the M!SSLS Grace a i d T u l i a W h i t e at the littci s home on -tt 6t C h u r h s t r e e t \ \ c d n c « d a a t U l l u r n Apt II 9 A r T u i i c c Sm'th lias r e t i m e d lot"* f tin 1 ^rre Haute J n d w h o r e he h i d Rone t o -visit his g r a n d m o t h e i Mi ·- I femith a f t e r a t t e n d i n g t h e fiiiiTil of Ins uncle John) Sw I n f o r d a t O a k l a n d I I · ..00 Mr n n d Mrs O w e n G Shc|ilicid-nnd Mr n n 1 Mrs t r o v e r 1 asar e n t e r t lined t h e incmHer* of tlio l i v e H u n - dred c l u b in tlio f o i l n 3 l o u n l t j l i u i n c southeast of t o w n a t u i r t n v e v e n i n g M i s r U Hollxii a n d I d w R i d y C r i t c h i an r e c i v e d t h e 1\vo first prized and Mrs Harrj Two 9m« For Divorce. Charlotte P Suttle* has filed « bill for divorce from Frank Suttles Thev were married Nov. 23. 1921, and lived together till Teb 2. 1922 She charges him w i t h desertion and asks for her maiden name, Charlotte Karris Zula Huddlcston has tiled a bill tor divorce fro-n Jesse F Huddleston Thev were marled Oct 3 1921 ind l i v e d together till T u n e 1 1122 Khe charge* h i m w i t h h a b i t u a l d r n n k e r n c s s and asks for hot maiden name Zu.a V hlte DECLARES STONE uld a|*pear f r o m e^Cppolntment of "Washington, April 8--Enumerating a list of corporations for w h i c h the law firm of Marian F Stone, the new at'orney general has acted as coun- -el Ilia Peoples Legislative Service, ot w hlsli Senator Lafollette. Wiscnn- m n is head declared tod*} in a state- m e n t that ' it w o u l d t h e facts that If th Mr Stone was no'Hctited bv street I i tl is and particularly J P Morgan and c o m p a n v it w i l l at leas* | be satlsTactoi; toi t h e m T le statement ll«tcd K » \ c n c^m- i»nies r e t a i n i n g the f i r m of Satter- loe, r a n f l e l d a n d Stone w i t h w h i c h Mr Stone has been associated It U c b v l o u s ' the statement concluded ' t h a t Mr Stone ns ftttornev K'nenl w i l l c i t h e r b e b l a « » 1 I n h l « n d m l n l s ration ot ot'ice of a t t o r n e v (rcneral or will be greatly embarrassed by the necessity of prose BIG FOUR MACHINIST GIVES FACTS IN CASE' L. W. Monroe Tells of Recovery From Stomach Trouble That Had Him On Verge . of Breakdown. "Since taking Tanlac I am just like a man made over," recentlv asserted 1.. W. Monroe. 2507 West U ashmetoii St, Indianapolis. Ind, a well-known machinist at the Big tour railroad shops here. "Stomach trouble had me so nervous and played out that 1 teemed to be right on (lie tergal of · nltle breakdown Indlgcstl heart palpitation and breath Hvadai-hc* tor1wr*4 couldn't slvtii, and I was la iad «a« Ihvl I was l(n,!n( two a week from iu work. Taiilac lus put m« bock !· »*·*·· dlil health and 1 w i l l speak ·· for It as long as 1 l i v e My wlf» jAns a** in |i HiKii,' liinUc, Uiu MM aajs I conic home hum nu worti awllintf now. w h c i c I iiMd In come tm lutik- iiiK dowm^st uiul all IIred out. Any »«. I f«tl fine- IHIW ana haven't snlte- ed a da\ w o i k in tlirre ntunUM"' Tanlac Is for sale liv all «oo4 4rup cl«ts. Accept no substitute O«cr it uullion butllci sold Take Tanlac \tuilable Pills. 246-250 N. MAIN ST HANDY-DANDY mrm SPECIALS FOR nm G r e a t big ones; these are the QA A largest size; i doz. ·TUC "^ TOES -- Urft N«. 2'/i can; special low price, can . P^FRESH OaUHTKY EMS, in* J«pr*»J* KO i) MS -- The finest fourrsewed broom in Decatur for derjgood n i as Jello; package.. O2 V ·Creme O i I Soap-This week OO^ four bars for J£f*9 large 4» pound bag MEDAL FUJI It. $1.80 »8EED fOTATOES. beat Price* In Ihe Cliy. ·JrM; l o w ·BLOCK SALT--Fifly-potjnd **MU(.AtI, IM AQ «7| p««iid. . «9«f.l|| ry jooel tlai*- le) fc«jr It id btwk«; M^li..^ standby Of Farmers liave f outKi Kcnctall « ^fnvia V vio r iirp)oncoi ihc moat «0ecuv remeJi*» I KnovDfor mu«cu]aral1meouaiM]tKMl) *|rt«. he lapUot. etc. ~*veep« bofMworlio^ »jw «annu* I Atoo refined for btttnaatiae COM ruin to the I «»at of the trouble--·noUv* cuoli and 1 ca! I Order your aupply today Iron ) our drucKli-t r?o?,!s^o i r"' l -~ 5 '' ** »-·!"' 5 .v» h«ndy A.fc ou A Tre»u*eo« ilw Ho stionef received th« tv\ o consolation M i l / c R An elaborate l u n c r e o n w» served · H E N p\nry r-xdie-s A d « o c i e t \ o f tlie c h i n c h w i l l hold their n n - Arm- c u t i r g 1 former clicn*^ at M n u a l Hen jiart\ bafleincnt T h N i s l i \ A lien t % f a t n l U of admission Dili vartv \\n pos*- * lio church riff A p r i l 19 \\ ill be the price DIXON'S RICHEST LAND HOLDER DIES Dlxon III A p r i l 8-- T Craw fold Lee conntv s largest a n ' r l r h c = t land holder died from heart trouble He is - . . , ... , . , . , noned from an e a r l i date o w i n g t o j h l « w l d o w «"« t |ire « children t h e bad condition of tl.e weather a n d i tho roai? · Po»Tmaster and Mr« TV T «5mlth and d a u p itcr V llmetli l i v e motoied to Monticello Sunday and v (sited w i t h Mrs Smith s mot'icr Mrs George O \ a r n e r and f i u n l \ last nirh \ l v e d bj How to Banish Piles l*h»iria« If j Q*U t h i n k ^ i 1 o o n i \ nid nil MTV r (li)cn tit* of ha (· ttiitrtiMt t h n t ho| (li)cn U N i« n r w t r « f t m « i i i · i t ^ M or m t « e \ l ( r l u t u t l n * far \ PH · ho e \ d i t cuu*i« of ptlf-i nucl t l i w n w v u T r i r * t) or u i ! CO ni ouiMr J n t o m n U y |li«t w o u l d ro n m * i t« « i *r Dr 1-. 01 )in J i m u 1» f r \ * u f f f * r f r !· hp i i f f I t U\ h n disc* i y n i i i t H i n t l l f « « I I b n j| t i r e » tlf B ) O«(.jiiuf r i | n I i l r u t T C l B t d tt * t] HI M I O i l » \ » f t | | ffiMf- i I do M » *tR(el or mot f» I I I tt i l l o I * i t i - t Otl Mutt 1 ni o H | n l · , ·houM f i ^ n i r o -»» 1 \^t N a r l i K 11J M l l j I R t o 11 Or. HA. Chiropractor Clem without white dust and keep nickel like new with MEtALGLAS A crenny paste-- eaqr to use- quick, lasting results. MetsjglM cleans gUsa qulcldy-- no while dust to b« scattered all over up. helsMty. Keep* oidtd Bk» new mdeft- mt«4y instead of eating and cultinc tbroufh ·· will all acid or cbrasive base polishes. Cleans surface nut «if headlignts, door bandies, radiator*. Safe lor reflector*. All w* ask U a, trial. If yen don'tfind tt the best metal or glass polish ever used, deal er is euthonzad lo ratund your praney Get Metalgia* from your hardware store dniggiat, grocer er fang* men. U h hasn't il-- write u*. Get a Can Jo-day Preserve That Barn With a Coat of Foy's Barn Paint! MYER SON 352 North Main SAMI-FUT PAINT A SANITARY WALL FAINT FOR ALL INTERIOR WORK Fred W. ScMf* Co, m NORTH MAIN tT. A few of the countless interesting features contained in the Decatur Review Edition /· --of the- 1924 Year Book Opening of tomb of King Tutankhamen. Turkish-American Treaties. Cabinet Changes--British, German. Developments in Germany in 1923. Situation in the Ruhr. Proceedings of the 67th Congress and Membership of Ike G8th Congress. Representation in National Conventions of 1924. Secretary of State Hughes on Soviet Russia. President Harding's speeches on the World Court and Merchant Marine. Information for Radio Users; full list of broadcasting stations. Expenditure* for National Defense. President Coolidge on Law Enforcement. British-American War Debt Settlement. Secure your copy NOW. at one of the foUoteing dealer** OUC Review Business Office OUC Mac's Book Store Hni»* E*eirk Hoyt's Cigar Store A. B. Enlow Confectionery By Mail Postpaid ikWSPAPURl

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