The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on June 26, 1914 · Page 14
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Page Fourteen T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Friday Evening, June 26,1914. -* Cost of Want Ads in The Daily Review 6c per lm« for first insertion 2c per line for eacn subsequent ronsecutn e insertion Minimum charge ^0 cents. .... . 40c 400 . . . . 60c .... SOc 2 4 0 a*s 3 t'm«s . 2CK: 8 lines ^ ttmee 4 lines 3 rfme* 2 lines t time" 3 j ' r f s 7 times 4 lines " times 2 lines 30 t ' m f B 8 line- ) time" 4 tn*-s oO times N o a d v p tlieineit accepted for less t h a n t u o lines Poun s x o r d l n a r \ « ords to ^it f h I "TIP D i s c o n t i n u a n c Q of a d v e r t i s i n g must be In w r i t i n g f t \ ill riot be 02 cfp f i ny phone T h i n protects j o j r I n t e r ^ M s as w e l l as ours Tt You Can't Bnnsc ° r Sorifl Your Want Arl Phono Bell Auto Co i t o a op ators Thorn JR! y fa ·mil 3 - ^ 1 1 it s r »s i 1 MS r j ns w l l t r f o u c o m p - n f r t on A n 1 if *· u w sh t h ·. w l l a«"l f v o i t n \ v a r J n i , o i t w i n t «d to r r i t ^* t m "U e f l t c t i ·. AJ" a nt d hv t ^ l ^ p b o n t to a co nm r 1 !!'- i if \ ir nim is I n I h o tt thorit* I t r ^ t o r j E v e i x Homo lias le \\ ant Ads FOR RENT--HOUSES (CON.) FOR RENT--Five room house 1524 North Church nwdern except heat App^ Jim Henson 127 S Water Be 1 ! 2i24 Auto 19S8 719- Free Renting Agency. °leasant people to deal with t rooms modern Clexolanfi ^t £^150 r rooms and batr* E Center Ifi "5 ii T.oms E M a r r l e t t a IS50 " r o o m s strictly modern N Ffith 200 T o m ^ 13' E Packard *t 000 4 -ooms N n[ii n st SCO s room« modern W D*=catur R t "000 c "oom^ modern E Center 20 00 "V\ e \ \ i t l do all In our power to help find u a house Tome n Leader 7001 Co. LOST ANB FOUND. r L T% R E N T -- O n e "i room ho ise ^ast en1 ^ o an 1 11 room house at A3 \\ \\ i Uam In qul e lohrson £ Din ocL 7JV FOK Ri,NT-- Modp n " room home -4 E Orchard Be 121 -14C FOR FB.NT--Se\en room house ihO 5 ! Mortal ^ .rer gas to f i f ert c 1 ^ h t s t e m e r t bi i rt A.' PT T o n p = lls O d r hone ilo*- - C ^ 1 iA T--^tri t n o ] n S room hou c e ^ s E C - i " t r p l V u t o p oic ° ' 71*11 pi"ir T E \ T ~ G r n room riodern houae 120 N t i l t in st B H t a c st I Ca^e' s H i ' \ i t t o phore 4tSS "042 ^ h T N T -- F n e room h iu«e ^4 \\ Nortl · »U at rea fl )0 FuH F E N T -- F gbt ror m modern hous^ n ir i * r "inc-l 1 ^ "W Leaf l a n d A i t o 3 /ll J44 FOR R L N * 1 -- ^ \ n room mod*- n turn "^ed ho so f r m J u h 1 ic- Sc-pt 1 \ erv r a- sonable - ^ Leif and ? 4047 0^FOE EEXT. LIVE STOCK (CON ) FOR S\LE--One mare bugg and haTMs«; and 1 ro*-iel! surrej ho'-se about 1100 b«= T\ H HIH "23 \ Monroe 7200 FOR S\LE-T c.am spring: *agon and harness "Would consider t^ade ior ot or small bus ness 3O c Maff t "181 SA.LE--Four year o'3 city broke pony * Ga"\e no-t* eit o* city 7125 E-- A. good fa mib horse 13-*! E Fr? r e and ""09 FO*" S4.LE--Fine Yazoo-Ml« =s!ppl * ta plantation J20 00 to J30 00 per acre Known far and u. de as the most fertile soil on earth Th's lard wi 1 probably go to Saw per c'-e a^te 1 " federal got ernment takes o\ er e\ee system w h i c h it is preparing to ao Sure speculations or good homes Fertile up- and stock and gri n f a«-ms $10 per acre up Correspondence fT -om responsible parties £0- l ^ i t e d "No "-ades cou«lderod S P Stub- b'efield lazoo Cit., ML*5«lBSlnpf 7131 iOR S^LE--Good grenrle ponv weight about "00 Ibs Second ho i«f v e«t o' Cow *ord br dge °~ 2 BUSISTESS OPPORTUNITIES. FOR S4.LE---Saoon In ^D'-lne'Ield f i r e 1«- catior 3 /i blork *ron square on So.it h Fifth street R^eon fo' sell ng bad hea t n Ca 1 on Jack Young a "he-rlff s o lice D«v catur "*2 ·MOVING PICTLRE SHOTV FOR C A.LD 12"!--Located n t o u t f "000 one ^tlmc of "stage and 2 seu "cerTj c teel booth ''It nes- opera chairs riPT\ Powers 6 A. rn- e* ne ne \ B e ] How- 1 ! ·-nirDen'=a'-r ne \ C h r l c t r r a n r ""no tv«3 er new decorated tp to =tate rpqi ire-r n 3s ng good bi «={ ne^s E \ e t " j t h t « t f "b°nhue \ ne". and f!r=t r i^c shape Pricf- 520)0 O w n e r w i l l consider P ^ r t and b a l a n c e on re 1 -TM 6 ?1'4 r A Bt.PK~ 23 "2i 32*» Citi^nf Bark Bui rt rs FOR F4.LT: OH TR \DE--Ca'e doing f ne b sine^s good l o r a t on w i l *xchin"p 'or I n t t In ^ or ^ f-st p rt of r!lj or «ma ' p r o o e r t In r i t h F - r pirt -»icV n s* reo°on fo fl'cposincr or bu«! nr 1 : 1 ; A-cMrc"^ "^ 1M t a r e M E R C H A N D I S E -- ^ O c O\ TFE 04"--Gene al m e r c h a n d ' ^ e toclt located tn «;n all to vn in northern III Consisting o dn c,oods groceries shoc= h a r l ^ a r f "ij le p em* c othlnsr p n rts etr ^tock w i l l In- olce a l o u t " ViO f l ^ u i e s '··SGO F i x t u r e s consist o' "ho * ca*c* ci«h register scales t-tc V ^ n u o C 2 e; l c 000 \\ 1 1 taVf *0e on be do lir or q i ek c a! ti and si e t i n e o*~ p j r t i C A. E L P K 5 v sv.j_ ° pit zf-"« P "k En! d l ^ g : O^T-- \ I s ' l -- -.t v, i t = p i l r ,- " i u J.IT-* * i I 11 ^ !_i s F - V - r n (- l! v r IF? ih L -rn p T r li v J- t ? r- nt iln it, 1 r J h n n ^1 i f ir l t « 1 i K i 10 _UK 0 SITUATIONS WANTED N A N T E " - U n » » A ^ T-l -- P ac t v i ' a ! -1 ^ Oak i 1 k J T M f r HELP WANTED--MALE r A \ T * - D -- ^ r" 'rn n i i n n t pa "i rt «r r t o i 1- l i ^ g m t c M r t F r * .,«« I 11 i r n n l \ J Tt i t HI ^ f 1 1 Mot n 11 1 T^T n mini t \ r r ma^at. r n h *f ^ D n t r *· i I n i ' " c r -equlrt c E\ 1 nt or p o r t Tf\ T « A t t \ o i B J l t . " " h l d so 1 4 t \ \ - r r r i _ v a « n l o t (a n r p n r ·= en d l f t acTit^ I n t h ^ n l on t rp t ·nit*' r ^ f - C 'nf'ni 'n L,* f T n ^ u r n i \ ^ -n t " f ( 1 p r p i t on id ] i s 1 ^f». rj « t H T^ j T f. I n ^ i n n f- i ^TP p i n f h! " i r h n p ' 7 1 r30~* "4t E CVnt - "t * _ ' \\ D °ion «l r rr"- 1 -t \ M nrOt. fct 1001 ·- 1 _" \\ lac i M *- 00 r ti 1 N Co t,e '-i ^ MJ i * n U o t t T t , H I i e _ O I U TM ] t U n cit j M * j OT · N C! nt n *-t !1i - Ou o n o N v ^ t j o l O no-"« Ji N \\ hi C h " t -C UO - OT= '* T n on --t *_ 00 ro i *· 1 ~ N U i - st i UO r i « 1'- N I a n c t 5 J Ot c" P '·kard M * i u rrinrr« N^*- i l el St. i- ** r^ rr = ,, \\ 111 n M M UO r "i "U D at r M *_ 0 4 roo i« * - j u t h ** d room" ^ o u t h e st M o d e r n r nt" I- n i l N o r t h ^ide t m ^ r s i ti ea = l f^nd modern s i f n * Jli N c l i n t o Q 5 ^ 0 "\Ur othrr^ a l o c r the citv -· f ol t irn ^b d houses at *2o ·west side N in i^er ·* ro 1 1 nee phon* Bell 4SJ2 6S22 RENT CO FOH R E N T -- T w o 0 rnom strict v modern bo c * i.pp \ at r \ = t i l Tr^at r PO 9 Ft"»H I E \ T OP ^ - A L -- \ * * w m o d e r n 5 room m t i t / S I F L T u r nc" on block f r o m n r 1 n C·* FOK RENT-FLATS. ~K R t \ T -- t r o i n ' i r r - i s ^ e d f l a t "»tcir 1 at 7 L. D-aV-t- Sd N Main Tool I O^ KE.NT--^e\ n room f l a t moaern with t l i v h it and electric i "ht \ a c u u m clpan r - inJ Jan t o r *r\ ice A.ppK Dr" B r o u n 8. l u c k 3 1 IV. \\ P r a i r i - ( i . E--"rmp eto m at m a r k e t co"S st i ot ice box counts i a e° *lc O t h e r bu !rp"i to loo 1 - a't^r i - 3"o\ or c= i n c H o m f " "U W r ebt ^u! i j v a n II "1I FOR ^A.LE~B T r L « n i t h t o o 4 ; ir th^ b «t h t r l p hp't of T j-no * P-i 1 on H o T c r H a - ^ 1 1 ^hop » ock Tnd \ f t t o w n n cc r n u r te to TX H For Sale B st rronp\ rra In? r e m u r a n t In Dc'-ati r You car eet tMs for about v - ^ a t t h e 1 ase Is \\or h on th b-iHd'np Its in Cin show iou 1 Js* w h a * ; dolni, running lull I ast O \ ner going a u a y In estlgite this fi'13 Bruei k, 17 E F r a t r e HOITSEHOLD GOODS toad o h p"a.itra FOR ^A.LE--Hou« *o i good" r *f E M a - f*tta C i! rro ni" = FOR ^A.LE C H E A P -- PracticalK a ne JCV.PI Ga«4 P i n ^ e Pel phone 20 " 9 N E i ^ a r d "H r E:r--"B y c c me * l h i ^ t l i n e i o s » wi" in f j r t*i r n ^ n p w n d n c IT r- T in r n « Mi s " ^ E P -- \ o j n P -i t 1 " T rrs ^vj* 1 i^n e r-ri" "? F j. ! it cnco MoT H i n d \ E r o Cn t i ~l r l HELP WANTED--FEMALE \ A \ T n -- E V D e" ' · ' " nt tr - l i n o s " T _ n v » - r , - - ~ 2 " 'r c ri c * n- 'r *i n 'o p i i r o 1 ·= n p ^ ^ T - i j e n ^ i ^ i l \ r ^'J i ^ -10 ^ AVTED--"\r r " t-d T -^r-*-" Tt once or n r f *- ocl- MISCELLANEOUS WANTS - E l t on A 1! i.,xK i d l T O'nln " f f J p to i"rt !ro ud ni i i- » c Tt tn» ^ i T o f o ' t 1 ' ' " - ! 1th t am Job I" 1 ilirt; " b E O 1v ' 0 \ V. -, l O T o r -- 11 "f n«r "nd pir-r h i n r l r - t "" " ·" A.N'' -o 'in T-^T -. T- PT *»t if papc har TT* ' f t y o k * u i r i n L 1 ^ ^ F f" n l i t ~ W A N T E D -- i *i -- -F no c ' id « uck r "" W N T E r -- n rf rr or pl^ln by d i o- it '-^r' " N ^ * r r H ' G~ w i s WANTED TO BUY « cond n a n * V 1 N T F n TO T^t ^ ··^n" i h i n 1 c^ h rf 1" m i * f I*- n f fd 1-- U ni A. Mr FIT ^ T"r o ^ft«-" III M t o B u . ^ pav tb*- h j v ^ e - t cash prices fo- ustd affives TUP- ind r 'rlv ntor*« or will tnke in m»nt on n v A u t o nhone 1ML BOARDERS WANTED cook "HO V ^ET"--^ A«inr T»n *" ho irl c r In* 14^7 N Ware- AVTED--L.nir*ler* ^ n f l ronr"»r«i h dav or ^*wk it 2 r l F Main T~9 FOR RENT-HOUSES. n p RENT--*· I e r im mMTn c ^ t t a r e no h l l d r e n rul dC| E ^i-nter A u t o 4'Wl "230 TOP R E N T -- \ «TRICTL1 MOPEF ROOM C O T T 4 O F IN FIR^T CL.\°S TON rITION P A V E D «TPFET f \R FHL1 t OT I E DIVISICV V F M A K E AL.1-, I L \ r-- OF ! OASC i FOP \M A- ~ o v p \ \ \ " 1- -in f~'TIZEN; E^NK. PLDG I O R I F N T -- J u K f n f room homo wel! «Tjd !"tcrn 01lf^ ltn«» IS^-J M Gullrk \«» }|1 H. ': ' 1 I O rt pKin» C 1 " I Op t S T -- M li r !".)· It 15 ~T\ ftrd in^tilre at 454 N Water FOE BENT-ROOMS FOP P E N T -- L a r u e rnnt room Btiltible ^bai d and ^ i f ^ bear I if l^si^ed L I. d -Qdn Pe 1 3ft~3 ~ UR K"LNT--Large c o! rooms f u r n i s h d or nf i' ni«h"d P t r nc**s 4*,* \ F r a n k in FO * T * EN T--Furnished room ve- cool ^ 1 mod m con nknces ^ 2 W Will arr · t r f - t 721^ R E N T -- L l g r h t al'v f"ont "oorn aJi_o\e \% i do -uo ~ [6 r HF\ T --"^ioni n m o d e r n houie p i at aTM! Boa-d Be] 4%" "-,11 "O" RENT--Vod*rn f ^.T'^h^d rooms f o r rt ·nen on i 2? \ "^ranl- In "i 9 FOH R E N T -- C o o en 'UTI =hcd room In c'ti p - \ a t e m o d ^ r r c"o*e E '1 l 1 ^ "1 4 O W °ENT--Best roo-ns »n t^» cit\ for reit 'u'-msbed or ur'u'-n s ^ t d Be=«t re e-ei cf e ·eiuircd 4 " N F r a n k ' * n ~ j FOP P E N T -- L a r e o f r o n t room on groand or Ju*-nl'*r d o- t i n f u r n l c ' h f d 571 " U t ^ r N o t^ "1 ° F~»R REN'r 1 --Th'-ec nt,-\ v fu'-nl'bed -ooms l ^ ^ a n r "hade a modern ^ o r ^ "i "cee '4tt V Vain L-ll '"05 " 2 FOP 1 EN" 11 --Fum s^cd IOOTI upstal-s in p-1 a e am v fo«- f e " ' r"2r fa l "W \\ il~ T Etll phono 5 3 "UG 'OP PENT--Ln'u*-nishcd rooms 2rd oo" V f c h a i t «t T T "-rriEf 12-1 Ve-chant street "t n FOR KS'NT--A. ]arf- cou' "com In n ofl- era h ouao 14s W Wood Miss McC usky "3^b FOP Rfc.NT--\ nic h fu n ; h ed roo n \ e r v U-i^ant location 412 ^ DecatU" St Be 1 ! FOP PENT--I-a-ge pleasant roona In p" \atc. i ode" ho-nc 3 o ^ Vonh Bell 2195. 7021 RENT--""Ica^an trt-itlemen on FOP RENT--Fiirnishfd ^ooms Alodern p 1 w f-ntranc^ M J W V a n B e l 2-"7 6S33 LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING FOP P£,NT~T^o 'urrvs^cd rooms 1 f h t hcus keeping front and bacV entrance no children. 1411 lv Morgar 7223 ^"OP PE.T--2 Furnished rooms In mocleTi *ou for liEbt housekeepinjr *n "N Edwa d Bull phono 4Si3 T222 'OI. PENT--Nicely furnished modern rooms for llLht house kcepint 1209 W Macon 7iOS FOI R E N T -- T w o furnished rooms for T rh*- hou9c-c piTff grounu floo'- telephone s v i e S4o E Ochard tot 720~ FOR PENT--Three nicelv furnished down «*tairs rooms for light housekeeping raoder-i c.or\eniences Bell 2^66 1229 W Macon, 71S9 FO^ PENT--^urnlshefl f-ont room for light housekeeping gas fo 1 - cook ng 361 East M o d "ISO ^OR PENT--Su te of 2 especially alee rooms f irrishfed f or ll^ht houst,keentng modern \_lults oni Bell ol49 "!S5 FO V T 1.NT--Furnished rooms for M Housekeeping modern gaa is,ht3 and gas foi rookm 0 furnished no c h f dr£5n Eell 27T4 1"^ E ^ 'lliam 1G5 PENT--'rv.o furrishcd rooms for 3 I epins mode'-n gas to cook · rt}. " 6 N I irols FOR PENT--Nlcelj furnished '-ooma for l l f c h t housekeeping two blocks from Water ·tt-eet Three from depot. 527 N Jack B on 7121 FOR REVT--"Mcelj furnished rooms for Mi-ht hou^ekp^ping S20 W Main "010 FOP HENT--Furnished sleeping 1 and light *oj*ekppplng room«) modern SSI North. \f-i« T030 FOR RENT-FARMS FOP PENT--Farm ^ hell aba rger brick houae 'arm of iro acres well improved n«ar Boody Cash re«t good security and r^erences required 453 N Franklin 7233 FOR RENT. FOR RENT--The studio occupied by Mr Edward Meek, the vocal teacher for several years, July 1st. J L Drake 330 N Main 7035 ·FOR RENT--Room 40 ft by 43 ft oxr Tandy Bron 's Ga-age nearly opposite court house on Wood street Well ventilated good light W H GrJndol Sons. 0021 LIVE STOCK. FOR SAI*E--Gentle driving horse 0 years old also wagon and harness. Sell cheap If token at once Owner leaiing city 83T E r-ondit Bell 2564 "221 FOR C ALE--fi year old d r h l n s mare soun 1 C T £ardliff, Bell 909, ring ^ _ 7123 See Chance for Bargains ' f g h t l j used ho i«: old c;ood«: Ro 1 top d e ^ B and °ec om L c o k .i es ne \ and used trunks p a t o-"i « i c c has c a T U r P rn ntston p u " p gun c rloable ba re i_ and H gau"e al U n i s o f t nodi «tored nnd p a i r t l l js v N t r a n K i «-t *= F corn n t r . l park ^n Fnmitme at a Groat Racri- fire . j *b"Vi ; off cc de«l · " j j W to J600 7 good °ol f "cnerat m, t^^oline «-to\c c i *4 "0 to *iOC* 5 nc?. 'au"dr\ «s ovt.s e _ ·" to ,. C o 2 ard 3 bi^n" 1 * i"i c i n" =to c c *1 lo o 0^ " d n ns t b s 0 o *»* f» r \ =-r T co ic^es 4 t r e£ T 4 ^0 r e \ 1 ed ^p 7 " " 0" 3 2 7 He 1 *** = 01 c u -n f to 5 t n ? · iHrc e e«.^ at v *iol ^alc- p r i r e Cot o" top · c-ulT » i o for a"f tJc T *· J" 1 o *3 fiQ art t c 1 n 0 re L c lb o p r c ,o * ' r s3 "55 Tr- *· sa \ i! c o n t i n u r a t h i v-ck at 21,» *- Park ·*( S E Almick In th" fl tore to COOT S FOP b \ '0 Fo dins bods 12 S -^ machi" s '0 Din if tab ^ '0 Hal tr es 2^ C ^"lo^^s ' GC-CT- s f M a n * e r'o^k= 000 f r u t ja 0_ e°ch Stoiaee Co '20 W E C " o G 'o ^t CW Fo ding b^-d^ *^t up c nt r tibl s 25c up gabo in rancc c * 0 and i p bt-d^tcitl" oOc and up bed c pr n ° f'c ind u n 12 1 ch e ectrlc fan c^cap Ot^c 1 - b3*ran v 'i oo nu me^ouE to m T on E lo Td" TP! 3 pit cars o op at store 1 b c r 3-lick 1 "42 Eldorado *-t \uto l^ 0 ! f The Exchange Furniture Will pay rro» for slightly jsed Plaros Furniture Carpeta, Rugs Stores and Refrlg' erators, or will exchange new for old, Meridith Furmtuie Co Boll phones 40C-4I3 Vuto 1643. S20-"J!0 Cerro Gordo St 1T58 Furniture I buy sel 1 or exchange new or ellghtly used furniture ttoveu, rugc etc M. A. Pea body 121 0 E North St «T4I FARM LANDS. FOR S4.LE--600 acre f a r m f v o *et s of root improxements sold *eparitely o- to ether 40 timber good b ack le\.el land coal cm oil rights go w th all th_so tarms also till guaranteed Sb. 300 4 rrllt.3 «=outh o* Steel ·vllle Ills 1 "iile f r o m tood market 100 tim be'- rolllnc clo c'- cla-v barn 52-40 good German neighborhood Good bouse ce iar bar-rain it $7o ISO stock and general mites "OJtheast Sa nt Louis on M £. O IOC R 1 ml e to Houston Condenar\ good ma ket 4 miles to Sparta a to-m of 4000 r acres of botton la"d -*0 timbered pastun 25 or SO permanent blue grass al! fenced fc stock 100 rods hog wire wate* the es around lexel good soli up In good condltloi barn i0-40 machine shed e lo al! new room hojse cellar lot^ of shade 2 well 1 cistern good orchard ·w agon scales, hog house 0 any bind of church and school tha you want riose to anv of these farms al w Ithin the town c hip high school district W E Lott. Sparta, 111 721 I JR SALE--Farmer sa ed * 12 000 boughi farm 5 days bfc f ore the bank failed bar gain*! in farms that are farm" v.11 raise £0o! crops of corn oats alfalfa potatoes closer e f c. Bargains In Nebraska Minnesota Wi: conain and Montana farms and ranches Meet ma face to face I will help ou plan dimes where you will barv-e°t dollars "write when JOTI can come I w i l l arrange to mee' von. State uhere you w i s h to 1n\6£t or locals I -a ill make vou montv W E Patton Fairmont Neb 7201 FOI «4.LE--Farm bargain In Oswego county on act.-- mt of sickness General purpose farm 100 acr af * Dairy fruit poultry % ery pleasantly sicuatt.^ near t w o \IHages railroads and lake good *uJldIng« plenty wood and water for $2 ^00 $1 ouO cash down rest on easy terms Write Mrs C E Sargent D 1 Cleveland N T 7132 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE--40 acres with budding* general farming and f r u i t land Michigan S^OO M^o have splendid fort w i t h o u t lmpro\ements at SloOO R S Baker POX 2T5, City. ___ r"" C * A U M LAMJ-- CON 1 1 N L K U | P S^-LE-- \ Manitoba f a r m fcr sale at a argain fo 1 - cash 320 acres 3 niles from ranroad Cation 15 under cult \a,tion good rich b'ack soil 20 miles from Minnesota t-de" 45 minutes from \S n n i p e e popu a- tion 1 fiOOO Will gi e reason fo' 1 Celling: B Bl\ A.i n a u d Manitoba Canada 7130 FOP *-*LE--In the rorn w h e a t oats ^ n d b ue grac? regions of Ind ana w h e r e values a-e ncreas ng rap dK and land l n \ e s t m e n t s can DC^ be Tade Farms from 40 acres up to 1000 arr'-s Libera' term= ^ rite NtV, T'-ON BROS 713S Knox India a. POR ^ALE--Good Kaneai wheat a l f a fa and st c^ 'and* iiOuO to «0"0 per a^re J P T A o r t ^ n g t o n 02 Cnnimerce b u i l d i n g Kan- FOR to.rt.LE--Ccn ral "W sconsln f a r m 1"0 arre f a r m w i ' h pood hou=e rear \ n^w t w o ba n = 5 ac r cs unde- 1 plo \ prite s r i rtpr acre w i l l consider ^mall =tock o* 1 h a r d w a r e n t r M e For f u r t h e r p a r t i c u l a r s w r i t e A J O eson V o n t f o r t ^V is 6S j FOR SA.LE--IOUA. LANDo 35 GOOD IM- PRO^ ED F A R M S A.ND TOU N LOT^ A.T N D / R O L N n F E N T O N IO"\\ \ a % l B A . N t-OFT IO^ A P H I L I P WFT-BROD FEN TON 1O\\ \ GR3~ Honey to Loan-- (Continued). LITTLE BY LITTLE you can repay a loan--or all at one*. Carefully explained before you take the money Pay only for the time ou use it We lend $10 and up on tho square"t term* Imaginable --private too *32 Fidelity Loan Company 315 Citizens Ba.nK Bldg Be'l 3TO Auto 5S83. --TOU Ci^l BORROW ANY AMOUNT-Nona too targe None too Email. We lend money on F u r n l t u r a Pianos Hones, Carr'ages Goodn In Storage Cattle Grain, Growing Crouji etc Eaa er terms than other brokers Al«o we buy NOTES Telephone No 134. OLDEST LOA^J OFFICE IN CITY e«- tabllsl ed ISfil A. T SUMMERS faOt 110 orth Wate" SL Next to Mllllk n National Bant MONE} TO LOAN on the easy payment plan »10 and up All business private Decatur Loan Office 202 Citizens Bank Bldg Phono Auto 1118 Bell 3270 S19 FOR S^LE--'20 acre 6 '^IP'O pd l a n d ^ m 'es n r t h a c t of ^ i i ' l ' i r ba gain If tal-en oon T R Tr.oi p?on 101 =0 i t h Bu^-kcv o a * a «"2 CITY PROPERTY. ) 5 S l i f « * S » t « $ 5 J ! t t I S « S ! J I $ Mone\ to Loan $ t $ On b*st possible plan. First the % I S S I D A eat cost «e*ond the payments $ i t S ore arranged to suit the borrower S J $ $ and can be made either weekly or $ * $ f monthlv And last but not least $ $ S $ everything c o n f i d e n t i a l When you 5 S S $ COTI" us fo a loan o u can t S X S h a \ e the money w i t h i n an hour or $ $ S $ two Any a m o u n t from $1000 up S $ ? i ou pav only for th" actual t i n e S $ $ you keep the money CiH and ? * $ S se'i us wh*»n n e e d i n g a loan Rooma $ $ $ $ 7 and 8 C o n k l i n Lldg Halt b ocic $ S $ $ n o r t h of T r a n s f e r House 144 North t $ f S M a i n s re»L Bell phone 20*1 Auto $ ] $ 1535. W I $ Mortgage Loan Co. s ? s s ! s * ? J ? J ? ? s * ? * ? * ·OH -· -VLE-- Ba-cain o* f; o v t^k Fine homo In 700 b o k T\ Ma on -t PO ft ronta-e nod rn \ \ o u d ron« der p a ^ t t Tfe 'o r equi r ^oecfa purpose In =e ne Oal T T\ Pra *·{* or Bell ^ onn 1C"*6 ~2 2 FOR ·· s LE -- Ne-v ro r o I ^ ks f r o n v all '005 N Coll**** rooTi« and b ^ o c i a n d r »· ' FOK c \L i r --"-e «.n roor^s and bai* on ccfne- ot 52 "^ n'! modc^ "Q h-" est nt t t w n b irks f0m C3- 1 n^ *2*»W Be - FOR ^ LE--*" 5W for r room Troda" Lou = e n o r ^ p a r t Bell 2^3 *»£·: FO W SAL' 17 '--Good " ''ooii modern hou"" Good lo-*at on Bare-tin 10^ N C h u r c n f2 " FOR - . ^ T E - A t i ba'^'n r-v i ro m rt*l e"Cv No 117s W cst Eldct-adi c e« me im. ciii civ f !,ou - nt «. b a - f a l n G C Kr\ 11 S Vi e*t i, dorado cr 10-S N D u n h a m CO 1 *] VACANT IOTS FOR S4LE-- c pa m t n t s O" F ~h r«t lot rea -mabl B« 432^ "0V For Sale. T"vo nl e lots plenty of fruU North MIT -^ et-ett * room irodern rt c ldenc^ 1100 b o c k "^ eat E dorido strce* ^40 acr»3 Sa"K a t c h e w n n ' omda 5 acres n o r t h edg of cits * * Fiank Godwin. 116 Merchant street TO EXCHANGE "WA.NTED--^o trade for auto a f U c comhf na Ion Veyboird and e cct- p ano p a \ ( r c 10 1 Td 9 " H-ne rn Add-v^ ^ ' " DE'^'V'U'R PEblDENCE "^OR LOT 1492 -- Located f" the r o r t h part o' c t\ on uo^ ra d "tr r lo -ilsl "1 6 '·oo" bane-i ^ u l c h att'c aid f u 1 ba« rre t si ct nod=- n, bu 'n t s. f ".is guod barn OT- icons ^er \ ^ar^t, for *-c= dcnce ii -onh or vc c i a-t o*- ·* scant ot Prl ^ *4 -OC ~ to C A BURKS. 323 324- c '' I i Clt *ens ^ s \TED-''"o t'-ade f or a sma 1 =tor« or LEr'A.* r L'R ^ E ^ I D H N C E FOR TP A.DE ~nl--^cMd ncs o f T roorrs t v i t h ba=.n ent ca+cd i" io-th p ^ r t 2 b o ks ca c t o* "U a cr ce ] to ~ t \ at r pa° EL v._ r 1 *to**a*n^ b o j = e c te'-n c ! city ·water * c a u d = 3 T ,, is ·« t, 1 T- rt a"d In ""in- 1 ron t ' n n ^ e 1 Ircated f T u o r k i " g r ^ a - Icpo or ea=t ^"d "fti con^de 1 - r -sldon e -no h C""«J In no th o- ·wcs* pur' i C A BURKS £2" ~24~'25 Clt 2cr«« Danl- Euild'rEf FOP CX^H-JNGE--120 acre f a r n fruit belt Mi h ^ a r * f r a l t Tiode n Impro\ ^ r t = *1 SOC or city rtrop_m F w Bakc" " - JEF^E^ON CO FA.PM FOR P E S I D E N C E 1 0^--FT-m o f J ^ acre" located !n Je'fcr "O" Co d 1 ^ "iili-s f ro r " count; seat of sui'O 1 ml'e f r o m Bcboo irl 1 to church Loam o 1 \ It* 1 c a « b«o seM % rol IT IP op^T a "-. t 2 =t r c room ^o ise in good on 1 t or 2 f oo I ba""= and sh d e r ] O u 0 ^ \\ ^ concrete oo- c h i c en h o u a e etc P Ice eVO ·* b e to 41 OCM V 1 cons der good C A. EUHKS °2G 324 32^ C ze"s Ea«k Euildinc BICYCLES AM) AUTOS. FOR b^LE--Locomob^e racing car f a t II ht p o w e r f u l ca' T^i 1 ) be s o d at a bar- ga r 204-5 Clt » n« "· t e t T'ust E dr De c i t i r 111 "lj FOP =*\LE--O 1 - w l l trade on auto eye e car In A.1 condltioi Ee ! 1~40 IWi ^ort1 College street "1G3 FOR SALE--stodd_rd Davton car aulet smooth runnlcs, f f n o condition a bargain of t h ^ =«T=;on F 140 P" ca. FOP S4.L.E--Indian motorcsc-e Ifl- 1 model T h p 2 «peed 501 S Vain "12; FOR =-iLE-- Small 4 cvllnde- Hupp runaiout. refinlshed and o \ e r h a u l e d "^"ill 5 ell cheap If taken at one Call ^uto 1010 2jS » ortn Pail street TM 1 FOR S*.LE--Indian twin motorcvcle cheap for cash C20 E E do-ado St Condition ·Ine CIS- SALE--MISCELLANEOUS. FOR =5 4LE--A lot o' gooc' hard b-lck C E t\ es on 749 W Decatur tt. "U FOP S^LLE--V cabin on the ri cr Rent on ground paid to Jnn 1 1915 Ca" Bell 14S7 " BOOK BINDING -- Pn\CTICAI. BOOK binding and blank book manufacturing 127 South Water street. Decatur 111. Herman Spies. Magazines bound names stamped In gold on books pockethooks ana memorandum books, toilet cases etc POULTRY BIRDS AND PETS. . -- pure b'-ed English pit bull pups used to child^er C"! 1 11^^ N Col- FOK £^.LE -T lege or Old phone 4107 FOR BAXE--Indian njnn°rs FI\c w h i t e and t a n d i c k s and one drake Call Bell phone 00^ ring 1^ noon or e^ pnlng« 7 FOR SALE--Three pure bred Collie pups out of w o r k i n g sires and dam work ng b'ack and -unite Inquire Wilson barn 240 W "Wood 63k VEHICLES. FOR SALE--Flret'class rubber tired top hug- gy good condition cheao if taken at once Fred WUson 2-*G 17 Wood Tl"0 MONEY TO LOAN. $^000 to loan on city residence at 6% Tame* O Mara, 227 CHlzens Bldg T23S IF TOU have a lot J A Adams w 111 furnish money to bmM TOO a house 911 ^ Water Bel 490 Tlls * Farm Loans. $100000 to loan on Illinois lanfl loans made without fl'lav Call or write 6T85 J E. Patterson, 401 MIIHkln SldK Decatur II! FARM AND CITY L O A \ ^ -- A r amount 5 and 6°6 Interest D D Hlli Attorns*, 3iV 814 MilUkin. BJ4£ t C«catur» _ fa34T M O N H T TO LOAN--CM FARM A N D CITY property lowest rate of Interest DO cnm l«slon lOG Bmtschi Bros Schoenle Citizens N a t i o n a l Bank SPECIAL NOTICES MR? JiNM WARD "(- dress r g pa-'or« O \ \ \ a t e r c c Is n'-ens-er' to r"o ladles '- ·^O'-k r" T re s u i t '·rs f r o m ro"ibinc; c s h a r r p i a l r E 'M" T220 IN FAR WEST Body of Mrs. Ruth Patterson on Way Here. season, returned to her hojn* In iDeci-t tur Friday morning Mrs O L Hancock waa «, D«eat«.,l visitor Fridav- ' p D C E = INC *-\ltchr« pu"" cu' · g= ba^g "ade to vde sea p t-eat" 1 *" 1 n c'fl t ' ^~ \ ^ " ·- 2"d 'loor T'-d Xotiee ur" t u r f upr-o c T " a^d 'fepalrirg done at i o u r ^or-i. o- t 1 er to «hop Have voui t 11 ·- co]f 1 -(.s and fY *·£ po i*htd w i t h T V, h tf " r* ~ "n-* 'u* i n!tU'-c po =h Al*a rlTn«= V. e E p^ ih Cct' Wals nn · f - " " T i K F UT 1M nJTb^*- o* pup s to \ *"! n i_d he p li a n \ = a b j G C t 'flc pe 1 - h lu* 1 Miss "Marian Di Is I2o " REAL ESTATI ard ***5 r *· n""t h t % = a good 7 -oon i«e on N o r t h Co! e-fe e "-pet clo^r in --«-non c v H-i r i n t e r i r V ^ r « h n p ""d n Y ^ ^ b ocl- ^ f^OTi c t\ car T=- nrv h p oi- t Mon o ] c a n o" f r' n T "tj a G"' i o c o n f ^ c t e f o f !oan= "^atur nf in a f e^ month" fo 1 - T^ losrs -ena d r-'O'it 11 v "*V) X T Watson, 11 All k i n B df TP! ^ - i t o 12ft* Two fJoorl Black Prairie Farm* Fm- Rale Puce lock bed, teim=; easy Will take in one good Decatur residence Ore of the=e farms is in Minn the other in N Dak Will sell orly one of the=e farms, purchaser can have choice For information «ee SuTivar J u n e 26--Word has teen received here by relatixes o f the death of Mrs Ruth Patterson widow of the late Roe* Patte p son Mrs Patterson has I n c d in this city mo-u of her life but for the past t w o iears has made her home ^ i t h her son Eariest R PattP 1 * SOP at San Francisco Cal -where =1 e died of cance" of the ^tomach and h\ PT on Vv r ednesda\ The b o d j l e f t San Francisco T h u r c d a y and Is ex pected h p r e Saturday r i g h t f or "burial Sunda\ It w 11 orobablj be taken to the home of Mr and Mre J H 'ftagg'oner on Ea = t Jac^^on *treet on its a r r U a l Saturdav n i g h t Mrs Patterson is well known in tMs clt having spent rro^t of her life her- 3 and w a s one of the p r o m i n e n t TVomen C h r i s t i a n Temperance Union w o r k e r s of the- c'tv She lea\ c« thr^-e ^0"* Earnest R Fatterso^ 'fith w h o m she wa« making 1 her h o m e in San "^rancisco, C a l , H a n e i Patt^r^on of Cobd=-« 111 and O*car L P^tt^rson of Chicago H-s*\ e j is e\pect-d he^-e today to make ar rangements for the funeral EPIEFS The -^ork o£ lat in^ the concrete curbing: and g u t t e r s on the North, liar ket street p a \ e TM e n t is orosressing r ^ r i d l j and ^ ' I be ^ i n s s h e d t h ' s week i f no bad luck p r e s e n t " Mr Ha'-^rrran is n u t t i n g the wor^ in as fast a« be can and it ^ on t be man., d a ^ s u n t i l the w o r k of la^ ng thi» concrete b^d for the br'ck will cor 1 menve The laoies o^ the Pra rie Chape 1 cha r c V i ^ f rear Cii c hmar e^nect to hoH a b a k e r y °ale at H C Sh »-e} s g*-oce'v tO"e on Saturda a't^rnoon of th s Mr« Tho^a*? C H a r h « and child'-cr Ti td ho^e ·f'-o'n Chicago Thii T -sda% e^insr w he v e ^ h e v ha f- been f or a f i j ] * w i h re'sth es M- and Mro ^o^. U h r ' c h of \ o r t v Dakota are e ^ r e c t * ~ d toda\ for a 1c ;t f t h t h e forrri^r s parents "\fr and Mrs B D T T *rirh The bi"d concert f f T 1 u*-«da^ c\ a n irg- as u-suai b ^ o j - h t a 'ar^ crowd to i^ git en in the ^entf-T- Qf the Mo k on *he w ect s df- o f th *auare i\Trct i p d r e w 4 Corb P ard *oh p anc 1 "Mi^s R th Corbin w e ^ t t" 1 imme'-set K T h U r « a a n i c h t for a n JUDGE J O H N S ES'T'EEMFD Th" -ao^d o^ the death of Ci t idge "W 1 " C Tohn" O F Decatur wa* r^ cened he 1 -^ earl\ Frida; m o a n i n g anc 1 ca"-e a« a shock to those w h o L n e w him Judge Jo^n 6 ^ a d heM coart h^rc i r u b b e r of tirpe 15 n Tudse Co h ap « Dlace s^d ha^ ^^ap^ f r e"d; ^e-e Mr a"d M' O C Wo'-'-ha'-" and t w o cons w e r e D e c a t u r vi«*tor«i Fri M r c ^ b a r ' e ^ X Thon^a^on ani dajgh e Mi"s E 6 r n l c e w e r e Decatur \i!itors M»-s J "W C r alfr w h o h a = been w o^k ipe- in t !l e r^nilnT-v d p p a r t - r e n t at the O Li Todd s dr\ goods store t h e pa*t Passing of Veteran to be Noted by 1. C. Employes* Real Estate and Live Stock Auctioneer. Decatur. Ill Bachrach Bldg 5829 For Sale. New 3 roo-T. bunsra ow corner lot elcc- t-lc llcht" and f i - n a c e corcrete basement w i n d o w =ha^ = 'u-nt**- d newly pape-xd O" ea^t « d? c o e e to ^or« *"y* ca c U bii- arce f 5 pe 1 - m o n t h or u U l consider vacant lot Ha. e three other comp st*-]r jnaflern houses for «ale on ea«\ t rms Bt phore IS 6J5J. Phone 1951 Xorth Water St Sc\en room t"ou s e and store bu d ng hou c f a.1 moaer" 1 but bat 1 ' located at 941 and ·i-'O No'i^ Wate- street If t o j are 'ook- i r g for a h u L ard to eo 'nto bv. c l"es«; sea ri W! '·ent fo 8 H"i p- m o n t h Price " J ^1 Pickle 427 CH'zo"" BanV B dg An to 15-- Bell I6SS $300 Cash, Da ance month'v pajinents b u \ s a C-roo*n -"Odtn hoaso o« E Lea^ a r d near Water bt P-ice S2 1M ·SI 300 ta t« a a-c-e lo^ on N EJ-R-ard St It Is a b a r g a i n F. Pickle, 157 E Main Bell phone 23~ Auto 17S5 609' FOR E4LE O"\ PAYIIEN'TS Fhe room house built three yel-s. with hi'f a ro E*ound In Elm Park 3 room hou«e O" corne' lot n o r f i a«t part $1500 5 room nou*e ^vlth b a r n N Church St at a bar- ca'n 90 acres three miles out pood Improve- rrent« at J 1 - per acre SP eral tracts or three to elghtj acres clo^e to Decatur MILLBURV 401-Walt B'flK Phones MS. A 12% Investment. $300 to $400 (Sown burs a nice 5 room new cot'age on car line newly painted full basement corner lot electricity good well Price $1250 Come and see this Rents for JI250 per month, E. F. Drohisch Son, Eell 4612 Auto 10TT 123 E Main FOR SALE. New 5 room cottage, N Church, 4 rood ^Wroom cottages N Main one acre T-room house $800 8 room modern W Decatur $3 10" Money to loan Seven room house $700 A. C ALLEN, 119 S Water 0180 PROFESSIONAL Multigraph Work. Letters specifications office forma cards, etc. I m i t a t i o n of tpeTiting 15084 Violet Bourne. Public Stenographer, B«H phone 332 TC5-T Mll'Ikln Blag No Drugs N o OsteoDathy No Knlfc Office houri ft to 12. 1 to C t to S. Sundays 10 a. m. to 12 m. Landgraff Williams Chii'opractnrs LADY ATTENDANT Auto ohone *2TO B"II phone, 530 Po-^rn* 214 1^ M o r a n C o r b e t t building: Cor N, Water «ad fiortb. Clinton J u n e 9 6 --Saturday e^enlna in the- G i R hall, a reception and banquet w i l l b gl en In honor of Dan Leo road s u p ^ x i = o r of the H a \ a n n a and Decatu*- 1 « t r i t o f the Illinois Centra' -who i*. r e t i n n g from stTficft ri hax ing" reached the age limit J u l \ i and w,!M he--f-aner be one of con-pajn s p f n = i o n = - d forme 1 - em- p l o es Popular a^on^ the rai'roa 1 r p-n Mr Lro fr»«s b r r n one of th* comp"in. s n^o^f t r u « t * - i emplo\es and * d ^ o t d h s ent 1 p 1'fe since !;·*? to ri l-oad wor.v * i d « n^e 1S"3 v ith tbe I Mnois r p n t i a ' ^ bi=-gan l i f e on the railroad as i t i o n laborer a r d h*s Corked h i m s e l f b^ d h g ^ n ^ e and b de T oting hu ^-g\ to the int^^st nf the comoany i*n H ^f- reach.*.-3 t b c t r u s t e d position f p o m - A h i c j hf 1 s ? r f i ns and w h i c h ha* f i l f- ein- 1 ^ TJ» G ·'·ail'-oid r^en do not l V * to Sf - n ^ retire f ot he h ^ s been poo il fir a^ong 1 then an * S 111 t^d b% a 1 ! w i n T t-r^. connei-tt-' th hir 1 in an v " ^ ^ r ^ u i i be pr « nt ct the recep- t'on aid b ^ n a a e t ·») s u t Io3 ra'lroad r-e" c o n ^ ^ s t ^ ^ g of t*e T p l o j c p aboui d-pot a ' *^ tion fo^-^en and theli T and thr ag^nt*: o f tie w a anna ail D*-_atur district** c pe" al trail? U b- run from D ^ ^ i t u r and Cham I'M n a« w e l l as f--om Ha aria f n ^ thp ^ T D l o e* to t^e banqjct. ^h ^ n b c t m "t 11 o "lock Satui n ght f o ' l o v i n o th*- reception ear i in the e v e n i n t , cg nn 1 n^- -w o r l for a rail-aad a* " ct on labo^e at To one 111, in i p - i l Mr Leo ^ o ^ k t d contmuo *V u n t 1 ·\o^1lt' 1 r of t b r =aTe yea-- FroT March l* 9 to Maich li" h c ua* g ectton laborer on the T B A, W ra. I ·oad between L r b a n a and Q t J"oseoh 111 Fro"i Varch l^" 1 to \uu«t t ^ ~ 3 was s- tion foreTM,!'" 1 out of St T o* «eph In June 1 Sio he received the pos tion of road T na t: *e'- 01 the Ha* ana 1 ne undr control o f the I E W rsilro°d v Uh of f lces at L r b a n a con- u i r ^ in tfra* responsible poMt'oi u n t i l Januar 1SS Pis ae'-M r w i t h t^e Ha^anna l i m nrop«=r bf-gn In August i^'S as sec tion f o r e r r ^ n at Va«=on Cit% whe r e h« Q tr- ed c o n t i n u o u s ' ^ until J u n e l c So, w h e n h*- v a** DromoKd to road"iaster t r r sen-irg- t u o .years he v.^s pro- tf-d to roar" cupe^i B o*- Jan i I£i7, and ha«t s r ^ e i r-ont'nuou^W in that po c t!on to t h e p-esent date a pcrioy cf more than t T v ^ n t ^ snen vears SPECIAL NOTICES. Citv and farm loans made at lo^ft rates Johnson . Dimock DEO iTDH ILL COier Posts Jewelrv store) Bo 1 5100 42*0 Auto 1215 Hello, Central, g've we i n f o r m a t i o n "^a* the I llnols Rubber StaTp and Lmbrella works the Be'l phone ** "" ^o~ T^anl- o u He'lo T a t ^ l s the I* P Da\to« 229 E Eldorado 9 Scnl vour e ol c tor to me as I need sorre rubber stamo* d ^ ^ e E inc. pad* Ha%e ^ o i got mv urrbrella cohered? Good 5261 WO N Monroe St Poundmaster and Scavenger Will remove dead stock anywhere In CITY OR COUNTY FI.EF OF CHAEOE Call Bell phone 2KSG. Auto 43S.1 S341 To Net 7 % First [Mortgage Farm Loans N e t t l n f f 7% IB amounts frcm $250 to J2000 becurity fou- times the a-nount of loan Principal and interest pa able here H E N R Y D SPENCER, 2.0 E ^la'n Decatur Illinois 2SO« STEAMSHIP TICKETS ON ALL LINES Travelers' Cheques, Letters of Credit, Foreign Money Exchange 508 North Water. THE EXCHANGE BANK LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR^ Bids fo*- the remodeling of the bo* er roo'~i and the in«tailat on of a new boiler In t v Macon Coi-nti Court House, Oecatur 111, w be received until 12 o click noon Julv 3 1)H Plans and specifications can be obtain o at the office of Brook" Bramhail * itects Proposals are to be addressed to Johi c Strausbaugh Deca'ur 11 or EroA s ^. E*-amhall ^DMINISTRATRPC NOTICE -- Estat of Wl'Ilam H HIse deceased The undersigned ha\!ng been appoirtt'* Administratrix of the estate of \Vil i m H Hiee late of the Count, of ilacon ar-d State of Illinois deceased hereby gi\t«; o tice that she wil appear before th* Cou i Court of Macon Counts at the Court H u* In Decatur at the August term on tho Mr«t Monday in August n«it, at which t«nc all persons hav'ng 1 claim* against ea'd e e tatp are notified and requested to attend fo«- tr* 1 purpose of having the some adjusted All parsons indebted to "aid estate ar? requested to make lm*ned'at(* paymen* to the undereigned Dated this 19th da\ of June A D l^!1 LIBBIE HI C E Adminletrat-Jt J I*. WaJden attorney EXECUTORS NOTICE--Estate of Eridret Thorpe decease*! The underMgnf-a h a v - ing been appolrted Executor of tre estate of Bridge*- Thorp* late of the Count of Macon and State of Illinois deceased hereby giies notice that he 'Ml appea" before the Count Court of Alacon Cou^t·v at the Court House in Decatu- at the ^ppt* 1 ber term on the First Monday in c epte ber next, at which time all persons haUng; claims against said estate are no'ified and requested to attend for the purpose or na\- ing the same adjusted All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pavment to TO* undersigned Dated this 23rd dax of Jun» l«*M THOMAS THORPE BLUE MOUND. V'*s C co Ha-poo o' Ncbo Is the guert of *· r "u«t* r -- V. D Crajne ard Mrs E =t c V J maT V- a«c Mrs D M McC'utVex a«d dauh- - M s Gcji't^ .toptjit^un.iav w 'h -e l ae 4 - r ^ . . In D atu" I \ " E « aid *3~'K of nea- O-^bcrn II e. T C e t 1 - j-m-si" l D N c-ayr a^d wi'e bu*iaa E lott S ic^-e *ran and *m !y o* Tav'or- \ 1 c i;e T - t - ^unda % U h E otick c-- n and * --SK Re G N "W )ke-=or a^d f a"i' ^pc"! Tu^^d- 1 J Td "We-inc*32 t^e £ui' r T=-O Mr ^^OL- "id ^ ' f c ar r 'oro I" J S Adar°*or o f Mo i_jqua -ws* t*-« guest o f H ^ 'c^ae * s^d fa«iiy T ^ J «dav Mi e s I-eta ^ hf s t h e gue=t of M *« Lo a D'c^ t* s v. c "i'r a«d M ·= Hen-v i- o*- ard Mi«« Ma-v J- -"pp ^ J s ^ t d In st J,oj's fr^r" £ " J a y "t ' Tue^da T'i» fin vas TM 2 d e " Mr K" er s ca" V^^ E'me- E-a^nb'o o f Decatu- \ 1« cd +*· ends 1 e'-e T ^ j r a d 3 \ Mr and ^ T -° ^ w av o* Ston n ^*o- it-. tended the f u n c r o f C Z er e" h- c T v j*-9- da Tio-mns The bodj o* T -f V i 1 ^ardv u -o dl ^ at the horr of hf « t - M s. ^ Jc r*on TVedr =day c " ~f ·= t _n to be" "-OTIS in MOT «on\ ' Mrs D XV C r avnr ^ r 1 \* C( C eo T iar* poo xis t d E I f " i- c-ra" *d %rtf« in Ta\ o- He Ta * i M1 G! s E\ a a 1 " 1 Z a H ^r-^c ard ertc"- t-i "ed abou' t 1 " * t*i. - I" ids a a !a n pa^tv Tut^da "'ng- ' r *e t -n*. ^ a« sp n n a^wn '"P- s V' ard Vr* T j r o* De i ur ard M*-= Peed of Minnesota a 1 od Medne-i- 11 M- ~rid M-s E T C n-c"l« M" c P ^ d r a^d ^ f - u ''ecd AJ-G *orTMi«"' v M«* ts es Ina a"i !) « Fo« i,r daujy h tc"s ofl D \ C Fo e te-^^ funera' o -- r Z e r o - w ' - o r^^if "f'^esdiv at thf 1 T-o m of Ms d a u r r c" v '\ G-rdor -was *c t c Method " r c^Jrch T*~u r da -^o*- 1 i L, T ' T o cloc c c " 'u^ted b T \ G N \ · r on a** 1 * 1 --d r Ho\ G o*-! f McG't "* u c was *urn c^ef 1 b\ the M e t ^ e " * st c u - r i c" 1 1 The pa boirera ^ o \V ^a !«··*«- Pcinc*- Joe ^ci't D W C r a r e \ w Dav'd*on 3rd J W K VcC'ure T V e onen r" " *~f o' t h e un'fl" or r air « rvices v.a5 -c * n *e ra-i- £u" J av e\c"- at " o rice 1 - "'"^ band. pax*, a *ac^ed c " e t before *, e f - \ l c e " The c r 'ce w I b he d 'n th pa^n. each Sundav e e" "S d r n** tho ^ a r m weather Vi«s Gns*' G--a\ entert3*ned cowa ot h r f-iends it the *orre o' L E N f c h n s " r"i e wc=t o* * osi p in bond 1 - o f M s e C oa u i r al o* Ne^" T h e eve* 1 "f "^ ^nc 1 " ( n a- "-e and *nu r T^'-C b·^f q ^ i 1 " ^ V P'er c or ^ v o died at v-e ho*r1ta in ^ailorvil'e \\ ednt c 'la-^ To-n- f v.^* v -oupht hero TTedre s na\ nifiht ii Piemen was the father o* M^s Fc-5 T-h^. f j r e n ' will te held F-P· 1 ^ at Ber"a chyoh ^o-n * ^ ^JrEd^.v June 2^ to V- a"^ Mrs, "·"·r^ H i'bert rea- Ston ncton a dcai? v r M" Hur burt -was 'uTVr 7.11*s Lvia c tuver Porr J "e 23 to M" a"3 V r p Jo'-n H-^'-- tMg a dai3?h*er J JL G odale has sctd Va al --!0 £to-e *3 C a-e"'' ^ i c ^ x o' Decat ar 100 ATTEND THE ST. JOHN'S PICNIC Enjorablo Dav Sotnt hv Churcb PeonV a« Fariea Park. *t John s annual sunda-% « hoo p!c-ic Thu-eday afte- w oon ard e cnlnf at FI- ^^ park proved to be " enlo ab'e o*cas'c- NearK 1 00 p^oplf *^er*- Ir attenaarc*: B-3 Ing f!«hing and p-v mml"g wt.re arnL.'PT^t* o* the o.ftc'-nvsp ^"d t ^ n « wa* da^c "e ti the paxlllon ^ * « A An e x r c l l ^ n t tupr^-r ^.as served a* " *r Ico cream for t^e Towd ^as fumis^^d ^f Mrs. G H Lyon r our a 'ons w e «* u«ed Some of the people returned horn" it · o clock -wh'le oth*"^ ca«-e In at « T v - p1c-I« wa^ In p-»«*ra r***r* of Mr« M P Pa-^ = h. : -+-- -- " OARSMEN KEYED TO HIGH TENSION Poushkeep*!c N T June 2^ --T "ix rowing co or e« of Co-n^ll Co u-^b'a £-fa- cus*. '^enrs'.hanla Ua*Mn?ton and V-'scon- "In were astir ear'y th's morning w Uh their 120 oir«rrpn keved up to Mgh T nsion for t h e dav s rowing ront^ts on t h * H u d - - There were no change* In the hett -g ov«r night and Cornell continued the favorit* In al! thre*» races several bets ae *\en money being- rpport*=d on Cornell agaln«t tne tieid.^ There wcr* 1 manv bets of even money on TVashlrstoi a^3in"t ^onnsyl-anla and «OTn«*_ vage" t h a t Sracuse w o u l d not be third o(j in th* au?Uy race. SPAPFRf SPAPFRf

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