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Page Six D E C A T U R R E V I E W Saturday Evening, June 27, 1914. ] Cost of Want Ads in The Daily Review 6c per line for first Insertion. 2%c per line for each subsequent consecutive insertion. Minimum charge 20 cents. 2 lines 3 times 20c 3 lines 3 times 30c 4 lines 3 limes we- 2 lines 7 t i m e s . . 40i: 3 lines 7 times GOc 4 lines V times SOc 2 lines 30 timed |1.20 5 lines 30 t i m e s 1.80 4 lines 30 tunes 2.40 No a d v e r t i s e m e n t accepted for less t h a n t ^ o l i r u s Count si* ordinary r- --ds lo t a r h line D l E L C M t i i ' i ] nice of a d v e r t i s i n g m u F i n u r i l i n g It v r i ' l nor be nr ; ' - , ] .y pintle This protects your H i " s a* \ \ e l l fi? ours. Vn'.i Can't Bring or - ·!/! Your Want Ad Phone Auto C r ' H T f o » * } » - r o t o r s , t h o r o u g h l y fan i l ' i r w, 'i - it-is. rules find cUbM- f k a u rii- \MI! s U e you complete J n - fi': i - t i ion. Ai.fl. If ou wish, they n i l ! T*t:st \aa in wording your want arl to i m k e It niopt e f f e c t i v e . Ads accopied by telephone to ao- cornmodare you if your name is In the telephone d i r e c t o r ) Every Home Has Use for Review Want Ads LOST ASD FOUND. J^OUND--A bundle M M f h register keys Call AVansnn Snulio, P h o r o g i a p h c r s E x t r a ordinary 72tS JbOST--At Gashard's, G*bhart*s or Stewart'". pair gold rim r e a d t n e kjlassep. Call Hell 4756. 7^_4 LOST--'Wediittadij, email purse with "Cnm- p l i m e n t ^ of Jno Fitz" on it, containing locket and rhaln ' a n d $1' h i l l R « n n r d if r«turn«-d to O t t i l H e Keck. 7!*K LOST--Masonic watch chirm Return to N A R e a d . 1-On St. Lo-iis A i " R e w a r d , 70P5 SITUATIONS WANTED. -- Position d u r i n g vacation hv you rise woman of t h r e r vears' coll" are education Bell M4C "2(19 "WANTED--Bv middle aged lady, position e housekeeper or care of an invalid E ' d e r l v people preferred. Best of references:. 15ell 1B4T. 74,- W. PraJrip 72 \t WANTED--Day work Can give rffrr*TM--, s Bell 2699. Auto 47*3. 72'H WANTED--Plarc by widow AP housekeeper "aTl 121 P O a X I ^ n d 71 HELP WANTED. W A N T E D -- M a n nr u orpin t« e*.!] our f i n teas and m . f ^ f f . b a k i n g pow der. e x n a c i s and spic*?. B C « T o f f e r and ort Tt-nims W r u - ue at once A t h l 3 t l ' - Tea r . . 71' T.uras -Ave , St. Loui-. V" 7^S WANTED TO BUY WANTED--To buy a good second hand bio r!e w i t h a 24 or 20 inch frame "Bell in y 72SQ W A N T E D -- T o buy two or three second hand show cases; first class; suitable for dry- goods store. Call A u t o 1410. 7162 Wanted to Buy. ?'ill p a v tbe highest .cash prices for used stoves, ruge and refrigerators, or will take In old f u r n i t u r e ae f i r s t payment on n«W. Home Outfitters, Auto phone 1841. 2701 BOAEDEES WANTED. W A N T E D -- Youne man to board and room; on rar line. 1437 M. Water. 7103 WAITED--Boarders and roomers by day or week Bt 2(jl K. Main. ' 7079 FOB KENT-HOUSES. FOR KE.VT--Three room house 569 N o r t h Stone; p a r t y w i t h o u t c h i l d r e n , $7 Apply 3ls N. Church 7074 FOR KENT--EJx room partly modern house in Koori r e n d i t i o n A p p l y 1412 E. N o r t h Jos. tiwantsi, 7251 FOR B E N T -- H o u s e . Strictly modern, eight looms, b a t h , pantry and gas stove. 1337 "W Mucon Call B e i l 4S12. 724t) FOR KE- "I--Eight room modern house. Inquire, lfi23 N M o r g a n . 7249 FOR R E N T -- S i x room modern houFe, 457 S. Oakland. Auto SS13 7236 FOR R E N T -- F i v e room modern cottage; no C h i l d r e n . Call 361 E Center. A u t o -4900. 7230 FOR R E N T -- A STRICTLY MODERN FIVE ROOM COTTAGE IN F I R S T CLASS CONDITION, PAVED. STREET CAR, FULL LOT 347 E rHVIPtON. W E M A K E ALL CLASSES OF LOANS. 1'EGRAM COMPANY 722* HS PITIEENS BANK BLDG. FOR R E N T -- J n l v 7 t h . 5 room house, well and c i s t e r n , o u t b u i l d i n g s ; 1335 N. Gullok A\P , $10 References Call Old phone 60S T1SQ FOR R E N T -- M o d e r n house at 330 W. Packard J n t u i l r e a t 454 N "Water 72011 FOR RENT--Five room h n u s e . 1524 N o r t h Church: mortem except h ^ a t A p p l y J i m Herison. 127 S W a t e i Bell 2S24; A u t o 10SS 7107 FOR R E N T -- Onp 5 room house east eni3,$IO, find 11 room house at -F2 W W i l l i a m Tn~ qnlns Johnson · Dlmock 71S7 FOR RENT--Seven room house. '603 Morgan water, gas, t o i l e t , electric lights, oement basement A l l e n Jonee, 113 Old phone 7136 FOR R E N T -- S t r i c t l v modern 8 room house, S2S E Can troll A u t o phone 5979 7100 FOR R E N T -- P e \ * n i-qom modern house, 120 N. H i l t o n St . B H Capse!!, Cassell's H i l l . A u t o phone 4R3S 7042 FOR R E N T -- F i v e room house. 721 W. North Call at rear 6990 FOR RENT. rooms. rooms. rooms. room*. HELP WANTED--MALE. W A N IT LI--On*= crood b a r ! i i r U m o n .^'· ei.ar i n ' p - 'i. C i U nr p h ^ r - .1 r J T W a i ' . ^ e i M . r i r . T" rootn^, 74G E C e n t e r St rooms, TCI ^V. Division St loom. 1 -, i K'.'i N. ilorroe St ..... li'J7 W. Macon Si " . C o i l e f i e Si ott«n?d H i t l Ave ]-,'!! XV D i c a r u r St i u i m t . U" 1 ' N C l i n t o n Pt r ioms. .;;"· Xe« Si ronms.. 174S X. V. h i f h e l Sr. rooms. '. r ;- Union St ........ rooms, J'i:,7 X \ V n t r r St i-oanit, i l ! 2 X, M a i n St i rtom c . 1 '"i C. PT 1 i r l St ruoRiss. -S^N E C u v r e l l St. r^'-Miis r.'.i: W. Altun St r-H-ms "»' V,' Decaf u r Pt. i n mis. 1 ,J '· X M a i n moms. 1111 X, Monroe r-^ -ill?, .-outh ti.de i OOTIP. s l u t h t - i s t Modern i "'Trs, F u r n i ^ h « c l N o r t h Side , rnnni?. i o ' t h e a « t *-niJ, m o d e r n ro^ms. I117 X C l i n t o n ·MIT v o t h M ^ a ' 1 n cr t h e i-ity ^°'. f a l n i r n l ' - ' i r d ^ous^? at $25. M.'nasjer t r e s i d e n c e 'phone, IJel MKRTDTTH RENT Jilt oi) £2."i.OO S^IMK §2ioi) $22 Tilt Sl^od Sl'o.OO S20.yO ____ J2j (Hi ?'J: W $9.00 S !HiO ?27.,"iO $4''. Ou J2,"i 00 J.i.UKi H7.Vi JfSuO 521 .'it i $2.'i nu . . . .$20. 1' 1 ' 522 50 est side ll J(;t'2. Decatur's swift growing populace wants houses to live in. If you have houses to supply the demand, tell the public through the columns of The Review. Phone your ad today. Bell 551. Auto 1158. FOB BENT. FOR BENT--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 « ft. by J3 ft. over Tandy Bron.'B Garage; nearly opposite court house on Wood street. Welt ventilated: good light W. H Grlndol Son*. 6021 LIVE STOCK. FOR SALE--Ertra nice spotted pony, SOO Ibs: p e r f e c t l y gentle. 553 S. Webster. 72G7 FOR SALE--Team of good heavy bay horses weight 1700 Ibs. each Sell cheap if taken at once. 3 miles northwest of city. Auto 1 on 23. H. C. Goodrich. 72R1 FOR SALE--Gentle driving horee, 9 years old; also wagon and hawness. Sell cheap if taken at once Owner leaving- city 837 E. Condlt Bell 2364. 7221 FOR SALE--One mare, buggy and harness, and i rorrel! surrey horse about 1100 Ibs. W. H. Hill, 723 N. Monroe, 7209 FOR SALE--Team, spring wagon and harness. Would consider trade for lot or small business 305 S. M a f f l t 7181 FOR SALE--A good family horse, surrey and harness. 1341 E, Prairie. 7109 FOR SAIiE--Good gentle ponj', weight about 700 Ibs Second house west of Cowford bridge 7072 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. FOR SALE--Lunch room and furniture. "5ft E. Main. 7272 GOOD SHOE STOCK FOR FARM 1330--This shoe stock Is located In one of t h e best cities in central ItltnoiB, with electric JipMs, college, churches, etc On pa\ed si reel, good location Locate-d Jn b r i c k building, 25xPO with f u l l basement, furnace heat; rent $40 per month. F i x t u r e s consist of settees, safe, desk, etc. E n j o y s good trade. Old established huplness. Price $l?.r.CO. Will consider good f a r m 7265 C A. BUKK.F. 328-324-325 C i t i z e n s pank B u i l d i n g MOVING P I C T U R E SHOW FOR PALE 1345--Located in t o w n of ftfK) in e a s t e i n part of I l l i n o i s Consists of machine piano, steel m a c h i n e booth, wire, lamps, fixtures, 5 h.p gasoline engine for l i g h t p l a n t Fine f i x t u r e s , e v e r v t h i n i c t n A T c o n d i t i o n ; d o i n g good business. No c o m p e t i t i o n F i l m s e r v i c e excellent. Good town Nets from ?30 to ?W p»r week Prire $1,001 72fi4 C. A BURKS. 323-324-325 C i t i z e n s Bank B u i l d i n g FOR SALE--Saloon In P p H n g f i e l d ; f i n e location. U block from square on South F i f t h street Reason for selling bad h e a ' t h Call on Jack Toung at S h e r i f f s office, Doc a t u r 7202 For Sale. Best money making restaurant In Decatnr. You can get t h i s for about what the l e a n e is worth on th, building: Us In. Can show i ou just what's doing r u n n i n g f u l l liasr. O w n e r golnji away Investigate this 6213 Brueck, 12T E. Prairie. K D -- W p a~* a^tit t n a p r i ' V n t r « F i - iJerr 'li = :n"t agents tn t h i s l o c a h t v ' ' e n t r a n t rlir--"": « i i " t h » "^nnpTiv f n - "Lifn Irourin 1 "---. Tf yo'i u a n t a sroofi y r o p o ^ ' t i o n . iddri»5 3 w i t l - ri-T'^r-n~"5 r*ii' » d r r - n m T,:fe I r s u r T n * ' e Cr-m- p a n v . P h i T a - J f l p h l n . Pa 717.". TVANTEP-- TVANTEI~-BovF. Son" K n-bn warn t" pn-n th mnnev. Hc"e is vrnjr ^b »tv-stand. lf»7 C ^ U t n Pi h i i s t l i n c hov own a p n-1'r ' Voting m a n w i t h : ome e x p e n e n * f n print shop C a J l at rnc* M i -i~Vlind. Ward r*o E Orro f^ordo ^t 71^] WANTED-FEMALE -- A laundrecs, Monday B and Tuesdays of eirh w^^k A p p i v P*. Marv's Hospital. l'2~t WANTED--Girl for general hotel w o r k ; no wash my, ironinp. Call or wT(tp At ^ nod Hotel. A T. GroR« Prop 724t "WANTED--Girl t h a t plays pinno by «ar to travel with t h e a t r i c a l companv. " Adr)rp«iP ^-230. Review WANTED -- ETpf-rlen ready-to-weer d^p* corse tier*. ArMr*^ VC". paign. lit. d Bal^swomen fo- Also p x p e r i ^ n r e ' l ^wls * C o , C h a m 7248 "WANTED-- \ Rlrl for ?en*ral house v n r k , no wacbJnf; or IronJng; pood waees Call nt once, 722 TV Wood · 722H WANTED--TWO colored rin* of ^ood op- pearanca at nreajnhi ml psrh c a r n i \ .il week. I n q u i r e f nr P r I tjh am 723{' WANTKEt-- "U'onen or cirJj tn do l U h t work In upare t i m ? ,n exchance f t r pi* 1 no 1°5- Bonfc Call ^lare Alh?-n N^«.fjn. Ii31 N o r t h Main. B*II 3O07 721» WANTED--Oir! for r*n*r?l house work 2d« "W. W i l l i a m 7144 WANTED--Experienced trimmer at onrf a n d fcr fall. Hitrhcock's 7142 MISCELIAUEOUS WANTS. WANTED--Everybody to know t h a t G*»o W. Davidson, tlie pirme°r piano and c r w i n c n'fLc^ine m a n . ^at; mn\ TJ to 21" \* Main t-f-t-ond floor 7^71 V." \NTKD--Boarding hors*-? nt 215 W Wood r*a.sonahlp rhnrses P"?f n' RAPP n n d 'eril T^l-v-^,1 Rn r! ^j'prf fnr. C l i n t Broml^v " N'TEP. i n E A ^ - U ' r i t c for list of I n v e n - t'op.-- w i n r * - d h*- m a n u f a c t u r e r s anri prizf-s "" red f'r i n * ^ n t l o i - s f ) u r f o u r hooks sen' . ·- P a - f i r ? -f - t ' f ' 1 or ff- r n f t i r n e - 1 Victor ' ^ i n - .f f'n , 7^7-r, W a F h t n s * * r n . I) C. Tj7W ' " T r : T t -n:l.i f o r p a i n t i n g a n d kalsomm- T_; The n^Trd of Edsiratlon w i l l rfj^jv** (··r t h - p A i n r t n B a n d - k a i s o m l n i n R of i r ', .L- t( nor. | honr-3 UP f n and i n c l u d l n i ; · v f . r h , lf«14 K',-vs and s p e r l f l a t l o n s wn! ·- 'o'in 1 al t h e prnT.il o f f l f n of i h e HI eh 'j'jol. **-h» ro f u r t h e r ( n f « r r n n t t o n m a y be FOR P.L'NT OK SALE--X-MV modern 5 room o * t a ^ * - . S51 r. L,i\vrenr«. one block f r n m fir ! n ..- 0040 FOR KENT-FLATS. TOR K E M ' -- T l - r o u c h J u l y and Augrust. sid« room f i . i t tn p i i r - v w i t h o u t c h i l d r e n -104 W E d o r a d o Hi 1 !! S"TS "2GO F"R R K V T - F r o n t u n ' t i r n i s h e d f l a t ; st*»an. h ^ a t . T. I. Dr.ike. ".30 N. Mam "Orji. FOK H E N i -- ^'"i · n room f l a t ; modern, ' w i t h '-ry h e n t and « l ^ - t r i r l i p h t ; vacuum cleaner a n d J a m ' o r s-^rv ice. A p p l y Drs. Brown ^- J.n-k, I'M I3fi W P r a i r i e . C52 1 ) FOR RENT-ROOMS. F O R R F N T -'Luo f - n m m o m s , irround t l o n r , n^odtrn. n n f u r n i f - I i t ' ^ Also la'ree sleeping room 4,"u R i:idor.)do. A u t o 331H, ~25J FO}t RKXT--Large front room, s u i t a b l e for husband JCd w i f e ; ooard If desired 920 F E k l m a d n Bell 1^73 '7234 FOR REXT--Large cool rooms furnished or unfurnfpi*"3 I'pf^renees. 45R N F i a n k l i n 7233 FOR RENT-- Furnished room, very cool AH m o d e m conveniences. 332 \V. \Villiam FOR R E V T -- L i u l i t . ai'-y f r o n r room, alcove 1!CS \V tldorado. 71G FOR REXT--Room, m m o d e r n house; private f a m i l y . Board Bell 41(57. 7211 FOR R E N T -- M o d e r n f u r n i s h e d room* for e c n t ' p m e n only 526 N F r a n k l i n 7160 FOR RENT--Coolest f u r n i s h e d room la city P'-ivate, modern, Hose, Bell 1129. 71CJ FOR REN'T--I'nfurnished rooms, 3rd "floor. M p r r h a n t Ft T. T, Springer, 124 M e r c h a n t s t r e e t . 7099 FOR RE-NT--A large cool room In modern h n u ? p . 148 W, TVood. Miss McClusky. 70oP FOR R E N T -- A nicely f u r n i s h e d room, \ e r y p l r n = a n t l o c a t i o n , 412 W. D e c a t u r Pt Bell FOR RENT-- Largn pleasant room in private m n - l p r n home. .115 W. North. Bell 219S. 7021 FOR KKNT--Peasant sleeping: room; modern, gentlemen only. 444 W "Wood 7020 FOR RENT--Furnished roomi Modern, pri- v a t e entrance. 640 W Main. Bell 2417. RS33 LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING. FOR R E N T -- T w o fornlshed rooms lor light housfcej-iniK or sleeping 23^ W. Prairie 72r'.i FOR RENT--Two furn'sheA rooms, l i g h t houpp keeping, f r o n t and back entrance; no r h l l d r c n . 1411 N Morgan. 722-T w \ N T K D Hv m n n w i t h t*am. lob h a u l l n c ··fitcr for Thr«*=h*"T. 1115 H n|) vt . 71.13 ^XTTP - P l a i n sewing to do nt home 1437 N" TVatT An to 2.'C 7101 W A N T E D -- F a i r t i n e and pnpf-r hanpinir. work g u ^ n n t e * ' d A u t o 37-!fi 70r7 W A N T E D -- A M k i n d s of ^ n r p f n r r work. r r o f l n r ^n-3 ortr] jnhe; of al! kind 1 ^ E 0 Dady. Bel! r.MI. 7023 TV ANTED--Trf«*makin* hv *xp i rlen'-ed dressmaker Tij^ x. College. WANTED -- Tour p a l n t l n p paper h a n g i n g and decorating, f i r s t t'o*s ivrrk g'laran- t-*"d. Condon Bros.- B=il 2W4 837 E C o n d f t . OC37 TV ANTED-- Al: f a r m e r s to know they can have fiend ctock -emoved free of charge. Not'fv WiMi.im P*-ioe. I»lH N Monroe Bell phone 2474; Auto, 3024. 6102 Pott RENT--2 Furnished rooms In modern h o u p p for l i g h t h o u s e k e e p i n g 535 N. Kd- w n r r l Bell phone 4833 7222 ron KENT--Nicely furnished modern rooms for M p h t h n u s e keeping 12i!) W. Macon. "20S KOK RENT--Two f u r n i s h e d rooms for light h o u s p k e ^ p i n K : ground floor: telephone service $45 E Orchard R! 720. FOR RENT--Three nicply furnished downstairs rooms for I l p h t hona^kpoplng; modern conveniences BHI 2800 1229 "VV, Macon. 71S9 FOR RENT--Furnlsh"d f r o n t room for light h o u f k e e p i n K , gas for rooking, Sfil East Wood. 71SO FOR R E N T -- P i i f t « of 2 especially nice rooms f u r n i s h e d Tor l i ^ h t hon^^ke^plng; modern A d u l t s o n l y Bell 5140 71W FAR R E N T -- F u r n i s h e d rooms for l i g h t h o u ^ f i k e p p l n j f m o d e r n ; gas l i g h t s and sns *oi c o o k i n g f u m i a h f t d , no children. Beil 2774 nn^ E W i l l i a m 71(35 FOP. R E N T -- N i c e i y f u r n i s h e d roomi for l i f h t NousekeepniK: two blocks from Water street. T h r ^ e f r o m depot 527 N Jackson 7121 FOR R E N T -- N i c e l y f u r n i s h e d rooms for iiEht hou c pkfeplng. 820 W, Main. 7010 FOR RENT--Furnished sleeping and light h o n p p k e e p l n g rooms; modern. S51 North Main. TOM FOR RENT--FARMS. FOR RENT--Farm Shellabarger brick house farm of 'IPO acres, well i m p r o v e d . near Boocly Cash r e n t : grood security and references required. 453 N. Franklin. 7233 HOUSEHOLD GOODS. FOR SAL.E--A good c o u c h , p r a c i t c a l l y ne?\ MO E O l h e . 710- FOR S A L E -- H o u s e h o l d goods. 506 E. M a n »= 11 a Call m o r n 1 n s s 71 y; FOR SAI.-E C H E A P -- P r a c t i c a l l v a new ,Teu«! Gas llange E e l l phone 20GJ 85."i N S T O R A G E G O O D S FOR SALE F o l d i n g beds s e w i n g m a c h i n e s o m m y t a b l e s . . . . . . . . . . . H a l , t r e e s Commodes G o - c a i t t . M a n t l e d o r k s f r u i t j a i - $2.00 e a c h 2 "0 earli 2 00 each 1 00 each 50 each . -" f| each -"0 each 02 each Meridith Storage Co. 120-3SO E. Terro florrlo ?t. Bargains. F o l d i n g b.eds, f3 up; c e n t e r t ^ b l « s . 2.".c u p , g a s o l i n e ranges 5250 a n d u p ; bedsteads, .riti; and up, bed springs. 5Pe and up, 12 i n c h H r t r i e f a n cheap. O t h e r b a r g a i n s t o o n u - iTi'roui to m e n t i o n C ' d o r a d o and ricnot cars ?=top at store A l b e r t C Blickel 742 K K ' d o r a d o St., A u t o 1501 G3G,i The Exchange. Furniture W i l l pay most for slightly used Planoc, Furniture, Carpeta, Rugs, Stovea and Refrigerators, or wtll exchange new for old. Meridith Furniture Co. Sell phones: 40C-413. Auto: lf,4S. 320-S.VJ Cerro Gorda St 17SS Furniture 1 bay. tell or exchange new or dlKhtly ua furniture, ttovea. rug*, etc. M. A. Peabody 111-8 B. North Bt 4T ~ FABM LANDS. FOR SALE--'"if acre farm, two sete of good Improvement5, *old separatriy or together: 40 timber, good black, level land, coal and oil rights go w i t h all t h e n e farms, also t i t l e guaranteed, S'Vi: 300 4 miles south of Steel- vllle, Ilia., 1 mile from good market. 100 timber, rolling, clover, clay, barn, 52-40; good German neighborhood Good house cellar, n bargain at $75 ISO stock and general, 50 miles Boutheast Saint Louis, on M. O. R R., i mile to Houston Condensary good market; 4 miles to Sparta a town of 4000; 100 itrres of bottom land, 40 tlmbpred p a s t u r e . 2." or 30 permanent blue grass, all fenced for stock; 100 rods bog wire; water the y e a r a r o u n d ; level, good soil; up In good condition, barn 60-40, m a c h i n e shed, silo, all new, 7 room house, cellar, lots of shade, 2 wplls, cistern, good orchard, wagon scales, hog houses, any k i n d of church nnd school t h a t you want close to any of these farms; all w i t h i n the t o w n s h i p high school district. W. E. Lott, Sparta, 111. 721S t JR SALE--Farmer saved $12,000. bought farm S day* before the bank failed, bargains in farme that are farms, will raise good crops of corn. oats, a l f a l f a , potatoes, clover, etc Bargains in Nebraska, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Montana farms and ranches. Meet me face to face, I will help you plant dimes -where you will harvest dollars. W r i t e w h e n you can come, I w i l l arrange to meet you. State where you wish to I n v e s t or locate, I w i l l make you monpy, W. E. Patton, Fairmont, Neb 7201 FOR SALE--Farm bargain in Oswego c o u n t y nn account of sickness. General purpose f a r m . 100 acres. Dairy, fruit, poultry, very pleasantly s i t u a t e d , near two villages; railroads and lake, good buildings, plenty wood and w a t n r ; for $2,800; {1,300 cash down, rest on easy terms. Write Mrs. C, E. Sargent. R. D. 1. Cleveland, N. T. 7132 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE--40 acres with buildings; general farming and f r u i t l a n d ; Michigan. 13500. Also have splendid forty w i t h o u t improvements at |I500. R. S. Baker, Box 275, City 0908 FOR SALE--Fins Yazoo-Mlsslssippi delta p l a n t a t i o n . S2OOO to $50.00 per acre. Known f a r and wide as the most f e r t i l e soli on earth. This land will probably go to 5300 per acre after federal government takes over levee system, w h i c h It is preparing to do. Sure speculations or good homes. Fertile upland stock and grain farms. $10 per acre up. Correspondence from responsible parties solicited No trades considered. S. P. Stub- blefteld, Tazpo City, Missslsslppl. ' 7131 POR SALE--In the corn, wheat, oats and blue grass regions of Indiana, where values are Increasing rapidlv and land Investments can best be made. Farms from 40 acres up to 1,000 acre*. Liberal terms Write KEWTSOX. BROS , 713i Knox, Indiana FOR SALE--Good Kansas wheat, a l f a l f a and stock lands, S 10.00 to $40.00 per acre. J P W o r t h f n g t o n , 702 Commerce building. Kan- «as City, Mo. 6913 FARM I, A XI*-- COVTIIVUED.) FOR SALE-^-Central Wisconsin farm. 170 acre farm with good house, nearly new; two barns; 75 acres u n d e r plow; price $50 per acre; will consider email stock of hardware in trade. For further particulars w r i t e A. J. Oieson, Montfort, "Wls 6S68 FOR SALE--IOWA LANDS; 35 GOOD IMPROVED FARMS AND TOWN LOTS AT AND A R O U N D FEN'TON, IOWA, AND BANCROFT, IOWA PHILIP WEISBROD, FENTON, IOWA. 6887 FOR SALE--120 acres Improved l a n d , 3 mile* northeast of Windsor; bargain if taken soon. T, R. Thompson, 801 South Buckeye. lola. Kan. 6892 CITY PROPERTY. FOR SALE--Bargain for two week Fine home in 700 block W. Macon St., 60 ft. frontage; modern; would consider p a r t trade for equity Special purpose in selling. Call 300 W. Prairie or Bell phone 1306. 7232 FOR SALE--New Cottage, 5 rooms and b a t h ; two blocks from Pugh school and car line. Lai! 100R K. College. "194 FOR SALE--7 room house in east part. Call 1234 N. Jordan 7051 FOR SALE-- $2,500 for 6 room, modern house, north part. Bell 2903. 6823 FOR SALE--Good 7 room modern house; Good location. Bargain 1038 N. Church. 6257 FOR SALE--At a bargain, my 8 room residence No 1178 West Eldorado. See me Immediately If vou w a n t a bargain G. C Keyl. 117S West Eldorado, or 105S N* Dunham. 6080 VACANT LOTS. FOR SALE--Choice F.lmhurst lot reasonable; p a ' m e n t « or cash. Bell 432.". 7059 For Sale. Two nk-e lots, plenty of frujt. North Monroe Btreet; 8 room modern residence, 1100 block West Eldorado street; *HO acres Sas- katchewfcn, Canada; 5 acres north edge of city. 6079 Frank Godwin, 116 Merchant street. TO EXCHANGE, SPRINGFIELD PROPERTY FOR DECATUR 1209--This two story 12 room f r a m e duplex residence is located In r j t v of Spring- f i e l d , on lot MVvlfti r n r a ^ e d Fireet. w a l k s , etr asc'mcnt brick f o u n d a t i o n , f r o n t and back porches Oak HOOTS, h ? t h , l a v a t o r y and w a t e r closets on b o t h floors, 2 mantels, gas ranges, electrk- l i g h t s , c l o t h e s closets, steam h e a t i n g p l a n t in brick b u i l d i n g on rear of !ot. Located in one of the best residence district* in S p r i n g f i e l d s o u t h e a s t of Lei and h o t e l Earn for 2 hnrses and buggies, 1 blo^k frorr car l i n e Would rent for ?SO per m o n t h , or c.in plve pnSFesion. One f r o n t lot t a n he sold o f f . s!pr one 6lde 'ot P r i ^ e $15.000. Eub.iect to 5G.OOO 7205 C. A. BURKS. :i?3-324-325 Citizens Bank B u i l d i n g W A N T E D -- T o t r a d e for auto, a f i n e combi- n a t i o n k e b n ? i M anil electric piano plaving 10, 15 and 20 t u n e rolls Address F-200, W A N T E D -- T o t r a d e for a small store or busmes e . Add!ess F-77G, Review. Money t« Loan--(Continued). MONET TO LOAN on the e»»y paym«nt pl»n. 110 and up. All buBlneM private. Decatur Loan Office 202 Citlzeni Bank Bids Phont: Auto. 1118; Bell. 3: 818 H it s s « f $ * * » i » * * $ i » f $ * s i s » Mouey to Loan $ $ On b«at poiBlb.A plan. Flrit the t $ I loweit cost, second the payment* $ f i are arranged to suit the borrower ' ~ I and can be made either weekly or S monthly. And laet. but not least. _ , S everything confidential. When you f I } come r - ufl for a loan, you can f $ $ have the money w t t h l n an h o u r or t $ $ $ two An; amount from $1000 up. $ S f j i'ou pay only for. tho actual time S S J | you keep the money. Call and $ S S see ui when needing a loan. Room* f $ ! S 7 and 8. Conklin Bldg. Halt block $ S $ north of Tranifer House. 144 North f S f k Main Btreet Bell phone 2041; A.uto. f S f S 1^5, 55 S I Illinois Mortgage Loan Co. f $ i S $ l $ l t S S | S t 1 * S f « S S f l S * s t i s s i s i s s i * s s t s s * s « i $ * * * MONET TO LOAN--ON FARM AND CITT property, lowest rate of interest; no com- ml sal on. 16M Burtschi Bros. Schoenle Citizens National Bank. SPECIAL NOTICES. H A I R DHEBSINO. switches, p u f f s , c u r l E . wigs, bangs matle to o r d e r : scalp treatment a specialty. 137 N". Water 2nd floor. 7123 Notice. Furniture, u p h o l s t e r i n g and r e p a i r i n g done at your homo or t a k e n to shop Have y o u r l e a t h e r couches and chairs polished w i t h Harry W h i t e l e a t h e r a n d f u r n i t u r e polish Also plinos. We sell polish. Call Walston hotel. 7024 WILL T A K E l i m i t e d number of pupils to roach, who need lielp in any subject Terms 50c per hour. Miss M j r i i n Dills, 12!i N Edward St 6970 HEAL ESTAT1. North Water St. Seven room house and store b u i l d i n g ; house all modern, but b a t h ; located at IM1 and 043 N o r t h W a t e r -=tr?"t If you are looking for a house and to go I n t o business see me. 'Will rent for $V per m o n t h . P r i c e $6.500 70S9 J. M. Piekle 427 Citizens Bank Bidg Auto 1577 Bell 16SS $300 Cash, Balance m o n t h l y payments, buys a 6-room modern house on E Leafland. near Water Et Price. J2.100 J1300 takes a lar^e lot on N T Edward St. Tt fa a, bargain W. F. Pickle, 157 E Main. Bet] phone 23T6 Auto. 1735 6691 FOR EXCHANGE--11*0 acre f a r m ; fruit b f l t j M i c h . SO ac: ea f r u i t ; m o d e r n i m p r o v e - m e n t s J12.:iOO or city property. R S Bak-^r. Box 275. city. 6!97 14.-, f r o m m i l e suhs p t e r e f i n e . rnrr H A M P A I G N CO L A N D FOR MDSE , I _ T h i s -(0 acre farm Is located m i l e PI i tion. 4 miles from Champaign. 1 4 from *rhonl Black l o a m "oil w i t h (May i l , I P V O I = i i r f a c e . t i l e d r a i n e d F l n p of l a n d , all in crop. w. h l r h i n lookmR All fen ceil Inil no i m p r o v e m e n t In b**H of I l l i n o i s P r i c e $10,400, subject O u n e r will consider merchandise T263 C. A. BURKS. 23-;24-'52.' Pitirens Bank B u i l d i n g BICYCLES AND AUTOS. FOR S A L E -- B r u e h r u n a b o u t Jn good r u n n i n g nrdcr Also single ExcelKtor motorcycle Bargains for q u i c k sale. 323 E. M a i n . Auto ".r,U or 4RS7. Bell S2fi. 7^70 POR S A L E -- M a x w e l l r u n a b o u t , top. shield. s p e e t l n m r t e r ; in Rood condition. Bargain Aiklrefs F-'J41 Review FOR PALE--Five passenger Ford, in gonrt r u n n i n g c o n d i t i o n : A t w a t e r - K e n t Ignitlnn. Presto-Ht. 1 t a n k , 5200 If t a k e n a t once. 233 N o r t h Main. Auto 1616. 7247 FOR RALE--Locomobile racing car; f a s t l i g h t , p o w e r f u l car; wtll be told at a bargain 204-5 Citizens Title Trust Bldg , Decatur. 111. Ht'.S FOR SALE--Or will t r a d e on auto, e y r i e car in A l condition. Bell 1749, 1103 North College street. 7163 FOR SALE--Stoddard-Dayton car; quiet, smooth r u n n i n g , f i n e condition; a bargain of the season F-14\ Review. FOR SALE--Indian motorcycle, 1914 model, 7 h . p . 2 apoed .Wl E Main. 7127 FOR SALE--Small 4 c y l i n d e r Hupp runabout. r e f l n i s h e d and overhauled. Will sell cheap If taken at once. Call Auto 1010. 258 North Park street. 7071 FOE SALE-- MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE--A lot of goo^ hard brick, C. E. W e B t o n , 740 TT. Deratur St 711)9 FOR SALE--A rabln on the river Rent on ground paid to Jan I. 1015. Call Bel! T1 "° BOOK BINDING -- PRACTICAL BOOK binding and blank book manufacturing. 127 South Water itreet Decatur. 11L Herman 3pl«s. Magailnee bound, namei stamped in gold on books, pocketbooke and memorandum books, toilet, cases, etc. POULTRY. BIRDS AND PETS. FOR SALE--Two pure bred English pit bull pups- used to children. Call 1143 N. College or Old phone 410T T231 FOR SALE--Three pure bred Collie pupi out of working slrei and d«m working; Mack and white. Inquire Wilson burn. 240 W. Wood. 8313 VEHICLES. FOR SALE--First clas, rubber tired top buir- vy; good condition: cheap If taken at once. Fri-d 'Wilson. 24fl W. Wood. 7170 MONEY TO IOAN. 52.000 to loan on city residence a£ 6%. Ja*nM O'Mara, 2J7 Cltlient BUIg. 7238 IF YOU have a Jot, J A Adams will furnish money to bnlla you « tiouso. 611 N. Water. Bell 48130. '15S Farm Loans. $100,000 to loan on Illinois land: loans made without delay. Call or write. 6795 J. E. Patterson, Ml Mllllkln Eldg., Decatur. 111. FARM AND CITT LOANS--Any amount, 5 and 6% interest. D. D. Hill Attorney. 313314 Mllllkln Bldg.. Decatur. 6347 TOO CAN BORROW ANT AMODNT-- Nono too large. None too small, We lend money on Furniture. Pianos, Horses, Carriages. Goods In Storage. Cattle. Grain, Growing Crops, etc. Easier terms than other brokers. Also we buy NOTES Telephone No. 134 OLDEST LOAN OFFICE IN CITT. established 1882. A. T. SUMMERS Jt SON. 110 'orth Water St. Next to Mllllkln National Bank. LITTLE BT LITTLE .'on can repay a loan--or all at one*. Cartt- fully explained befwre you take the. morce? Pay only for the time you use It. We lend $10 and up on thn squarest terms Imaginable --private, too. TB2 Fidelity Loan Company 315 Citizens Bank Bldf. Bell 870; Auto'WOT. FOR SALE OX PAYMENTS Five room house, b u i l t three years, with half acre ground. In E l m P a r k , 5 room house on corner lot. n o r t h e a s t part, $1500; 5 room house w i t h barn. X C h u r c h St.. at a bargain: 90 acres three miles out. good improve- m e n t s at ?17r, per acre p p ' e r a l tracts of three to e i g h t y icres disc to Decatur. M I L L B U R N t STOUFFER. 401-Walt Bld« Phones 140S. 64S8 A 12% Investment. $."00 to $400 down buys a nice 5 room new cottags on car line; newly painted; full basement: corner lot; electricity; good well. Price H250. Come and se« this. Rents for S 12.50 per month 5SS6 E. F. Drohisch Son., EjjIHI TIL On Bootlegging Charge- Sherman at Taylorville, Taylorville, June 27.--The preliminary hearing 1 of the alleged bootleggers. John Burkhart and Charles Trosper, charged with selling liquor in anti- saloon territory to the Forbes brothers of Stonington and which was the direct result of Harry Forbes shooting his brother, Marion Forbes, was dismissed In Justice of the Peace Dexheimer's court at 9 o'clock Friday morning and information entered in the* county court for trial. On the back of the indictment was written t h e name of Harry Forbes. $10,500 ESTATE. The will of the late Arthur Bertmann of Morrisorn Ille was filed in the county court Friday morning. Thp will disposes of an estate valued at $10,iSOO and leaves the entire estate to his wife. Lena, with the provision that she take care of his son, Carl, during his life. SHERMAN TO SPEAK. Mayor Fro\ Ine has been informed that United State? Senator Lawrence Y, Sherman has accepted an i n v i t a t i o n of the cliautauqua committee to deliver an address here at thf chautauqua tho week of Au%. 2t. His address will not be political and will not cost the chau- tauqua association a n y t h i n g . TO MANUFACTURE AUTO DRILL. The Andrew Flesher a u t o m o b i l e drill sub-soiler, used for digging holes in land preparatory to its being dynamited to improve its quality. Is to be manufactured In Taylorville, following ac- SPECIAL NOTICES. STEAMSHIP TICKETS ON ALL LINES Travelers' Cheques, Letters of Credit, Foreign Money · Exchange. 508 North Water. THE EXCHANGE LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Bids for the remodeling of the boiler room and the i n s t a l l a t i o n of a new boiler in the Macon County Court House, Decatur, 111, w i l l be received u n t i l 12 o'clock noon. J u l y 3, 1014 Plans and specifications can he obtain-^ at the o f f i c e of Brooks Bramhall, A r c h - itects Proposals a r e to be addressed to John P Strausbaugh, D e c a t u r , 111., or Brooks i: Bramhai!. Bell 4C12 Auto 1077. 123 E Main FOR SALE. New 5 room cottage, N, Church; 4 ffood 6-room cottages N. Main; one acrs, 7-room houte, »SOO: 8 room modern, W Decstur, J3.100. Money to loan Seven room house. 4700. A. C. ALLEN, 119 S. Water. 8153 PROFESSIONAL Mo Draft No Osteopathy. No Knife. Office hour« 9 to 12. 1 to 8. T to S. Sunday* 10 a ra. to 12 m. Landgraff Williams Chiropractors LADT ATTENDANT. Auto phono, 1250: Bell phone. K90. Rooma, 214-15 Moran-Corbett building. Cor. N Water sad E. North. Decatur. 111. S801 SPECIAL NOTICES. TSO N. Monro* *t Poundmaster and Scavenger Will remoT« dead stock wiywhepe IB CITT OR COUNTY. FKEE OF CHARGE, Call Bell phon* 3688. Auto 43S.V SS41 To Net 7% First Mortgage Farm Loans Nettfnr 7% In amounts frem J2BO to ^2,000 Security four times the amount of loan Principal and Interest payable, her*. HENRT D. SPENCER, 220 E. ilain, Decatur. IlHnoit 2807 NOTICE TO P R O B A T E WILL--State ot Illinois. Macon County, SP In the C o u n t y Court of Macon County, June Term 1914, In Probatt- In the Matter of the P r o b a t e of the Last 1VI11 and Testament of George W Mueller, deceased. To Ir°ne L, Mueller. Lizzie Campbell. August M u e l l e r . Emma Murl'er, Clarence Mueller, lima Helmi*k Laura Leecly. and un- k n o w n le^al b.;irs of George W. llueller, deceased, and all persons w h o m t h i s may concern, gre»*inp. Notice is hereby given that on t ^ e U t h day of J u n e A D 1914. the Will of C3eoi se W. Mueller, deceased, was filed W I T H t l . e Clerk of the County Court of M.i--on C o u m v l i l i n o i s and upon the same day a P - i . t m n was fi'ed h Irene L M u e i ' o r to prolate 5a1d W i l l fn p u r s u a n c e of section '-!, C h a p ter 14«. Hurds Revised Statutes. It w a s ordered by th" Cou"t thit th? h=ar ing o* the proof of said Will be set for the Sth div of July. A D 1014. at the C ' o m t Hou^i- in D r c a t u r ' l n said County, at 11 o'clock A M , w h e n and where you can a p p - i r If vou see fit and show cause. !f any vn i nave, vhv paid Will should not be -ci*r\:ttcrt to Pro- bSte M. E PESIWEt.!* Clerk of the County Court Dated at Decatur, 111., J u n e 13th, 114. 'The Road of Good {Service. 1 All trains leare terminal corner Wood ana Water itreett. (Subject to ch»n«» trtthont noH«.) West Bound. * 5:2S....p.m. . . . . . . . . . . 8:10...,p.m. 8:00....a.m. · 1:25....p.m. I 7-.Mi...D.m. 19-10 ...a.m. * 8:25....p.m. »^3....p.in. lO-'oO....^ 4*0....p.m. I lU16....p.m. · Limited x Parlor ear. (a) Connects at Springfield with parlor car for S U I x m l i " Umlted for Springfield onlr. St. Loalt «I«ep«r leaTe. Sprlnirfield al 2:25 a,m. Open for occupancy «t 8:00 p.m. East Bound. 5:OO. ...a.m. 8:»0....a.m. 8:05.... a, m. ..a.m. ·10:8or...a.m. t 4:30 p.rfl ·li:30....pm. I l:4Si...p.m · 2:30. ...p.m. I 8:45...*p.ra 1:10....p.m. I 11:16....pm i.au, · · .a.ju. · .«·· ·· i Limited, iPwlor c»r. North Bound. 5:80....«.m. I 1:20....pm. · 8:10....p.m I:3B....a.m. « 2:10....p.m. 7:30....p.m. 9-20....a-m. 8:20....p.m. 0:05....p.m. ·10:10....«.m. I * 4:10....p.m. I 11:10....cm. "12:10 p.tn. ! 5:20....pm. I ·Peon. I,lm.t.a, a w QDACKBNBD8H . Traffic Manager. SDrlnrfl^ld '. (C n *T" · W K . H r;cn*r»l *r»nt- T*i***nr GET IT AT BELL'S. We offer you at all times the LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE line of fancy Toilet Soaps in the city. BUY YOUR SOAPS AT BELL'S AND SAVE MONEY. Saymen's Vegetable Wonder Soap, per box 18c Lana Oil and Buttermilk Soap, per box 18c Cuticura Soap, 18c per bar; per box 54c Royal Cuticle Soap, a regular 15c soap, per bar 5c And many other fine toilet soaps, all at CUT PRICES. All the popular Laundry Soaps - · · · 4c Quick Free Delivery. Both Phones. Use your phone or your neighbor's phone. Cor. N. Main and North. Opposite The Review. You can always do better at Bell's. 6958 tion taken Thursday night at a me«N ing of the Chamber of Commerce executive board at a conference wirft! Mr. Flesher. The latter's proposition was very reasonable and the Chamber of Commerce heads decided It was to» big a thins for Taylorvillo to loge. Th« machines will be manufactured for the present at the Hershfleld and Piper f o u n d r y , here. The Inientlon has bei n demonstrated to be practical and to lake the place of five men and do better work. JUST 4 CENTS OFF. Robert Filson. assistant express a^ent for the United States and National Express companies her*, thought to be short in his accounts · n. account nf the circumstances regarding his departure, was just 4 cents off with both companies according to representatives of both companies wN* finished tlir : woi k of going over his books Friday. "Filson kept his accounts m frood shape." one of them said, "and ihere i- no evidence of a n - t h i n g wrong- w i t h his accounts. The f o u r cents was probably lost in m a k i n g ch.nnge." Howard Lane of Decatur. and Edward Price of Terre Haute. Ind., will be the g»("=ts Saturday and Sunday of Mr. imi Mrs Ray Moon Mr. and Sirs. G F. Shumway and M u n e l l Wool attended the wedding of Brewer Damman and Miss Alberta, How ell at Hillsboro Wednesday evening NIANTIC. The m « n of the Methodist c h u r c h ln\ite e \ c r \ « m r - T.I a t t e n d t l i M r - i n m n l f i s h f r y I n ·sV^'lrrl' °" J U n e 2 '' Semns * m begin it M' a n - I Mrs A l f t a m l p r Moore motored ta Pav. net- S u i i d a and ppent t h e day v. :\i L i n n ^ r y Fin n im a n d f a m i l y M i "n J M i s Kom*r H i l l « ore the S u n d a y priests of T i e former's parent*, Rev and Mrs, M, v H i l l , i n E d i n b u r j j M: a, d Mr? H n p i Mm-- Miss Genru]« Bou m a n a n d I - M u a r d B e n e d i c t l e f t batur- d a y m .Mr Moor's an to. for Holdndge, N e b . t o T.I.ML w i t . h ( d a t i v e s a n d friends. Misses Hijna snd R u t h Hut.r'ies returned to t h e i r homo j n f h i i p l n M o n d a y , a f t e r tpenrf- me s i \ - : . ) i '\i\fi « i t h M r s S u s a n F j n 5 - n a n d M r a n d M r s E d w a r d Flnson i n t i n s M r s N A. Boone has gone on a t r i p i U r b a n n imi Sidney, and W l l l i i m s v i l ' " , I n d . SI 1 * 1 wi l b* pone = e \ o i a i ««--oks M]"-r« M^ ra and H " ' p n Chi!* 1 ? of r a l m j , a, a i e ·-. i s ' i ' n s w i t h t p p i r f r i e n d . % t f e Esih«r U'-*n I ' - i M ss ^ a t ' a . R e l i c H a i l is at the Charlcstnn nor";''; si hooi a t t e n d i n g - t h e f u n n i e r term. K e n n e t h B*-.*!! 1 r e t u r n e d to his home in Lfj\ . n t r ' n n J!onda a f t e r m.'ikinR a v\eeli"i v ' * i * v. i t l i IIIK p r a m l m o t h e r . Mrs Hon" r a E*-a ' In t h i s ])lar. Mifcs E\a oenees of S p r i n g f i e l d , spent t h u wc^k w:ch her uncle and a u n t Mr. and Mr$. T t: Doran and f a m i l y h e i r Mr. and M r s John W h i f s i d e of Chi 'U '·oth ft . O., visited the former's uncle. W C. J o p p 3 and son. V i r g i l in N t a n t l r Tuesday Mrs Enoch M a i t i n spent the day MonO i » w t h f r l t n ^ s i n Spnng r "'eM Mrs M a r v K n l g h r of Dws'ur. was 1h* p ' i ^ s t of h«r parent?, Mr and Mrs Georg* Miller, her" Tuesday. Miss Cora L«*r»rr returned to her hom* m E IJP M o u n d W e d n e s d a y a f t T m a k i n g a % i t - i t ^ ith her sister M r s Samuc! Dotstm he--" Mrs W. J J o h n "for s p e n t several d a v n t m s week with her f a t h e r and o t h e r relatn «· in W a r r e n s h u r s . Miss H ^ i e n R c a i l w ;s? 'h* ^uest of h « r u n c l e and a u n t . Mr anrj M r s Ia^ rer. 1 -* Beall and f a r r i ' y fn Lo\ i n c f o n Monday ami Tuesda M,r. and Mr? Frank Downing moved Monday to the J B Faris property, f o r m e r l y occupied bv w A R h o d f t and f a m i l y Carroll A r m s t r o r p came * nme WednesdTy f r o m Macon. «l.ere ho has l^en w o r k i n g f\ a farm f o" sfv-ra' weeks Mrs Abner Coolly and sons. George an-t Rov v ent t o M n r h a n i c i s . t u r ) 5 \Vcdne?dav t o make a visit w i t h the former's daughter, Mr?. George A b e r Mrs C aurte Hm-rlck of Latham, is vis* King w i t h her parents. Mr and Mr« A r* Stout in this place. Hrm." i n Jackson of T ' r h a n a , Is ?ppnnir.« several d a y ? w i t h '"arl Fritchett and o t b » r N i a n t i c friende Mr? Samuel Dotson spent the day Wednesday in Decatur Sir and Mrs Bohart Bnice and son Lmi!* t Mr and Mr? George P t a h i and family. mo-» tored to S h e l h ^ i l ) p Thursday in Mr. Phitch^ e t t ' ? m a c h i n e to * isit Mr. and Mrs A J*. Gepford and f irmly. Miss Eva M. Dong»* of Springfield wh« has ,iust returned fnim N'orth Dalcota. wh»yn "he taugh schoo 1 . n t t e n d e d the w » d d J n g of Mirs Stacia Raupp and C E. Sehler of Decatur T'ipsday B f f o r e p o i n g home she spent a few days w i t h T E Doran and family in N i a n t l c DELAND. Will McFa^den and family attended the b u r i a l of Willie Dubson, w h o was kil'ed la t h e a u t o m o b i l e accident P u n d a v at M o n t i cello Cherry season la near In er an end. Thp male choru? and leader w i l l pr 'o Downs next wr-ek one n l g h r to sing in t h » great Methodist revival being held th*r- by Evanpellst Thomas The Deland c h a n t a u i u a commenced X V f ^ - nesdav afternoon Over 40A tickets w^Ve -*oM. It wi 1 ! last ov*»- Sundaj- G I R L HAS CLOSE CALL Ella Q u l n n came very near getting k i l l e d Tuesday afternoon by a team belonging to A A. Reed She h.id gone to the field w» take the men some l e m o n a d e and t h » team became f r i g h t e n e d and ran over h*»r k n o r k - f n R her unronsciouF Her foot It badly h u r t and she Is considerably bruised. It wa» thought at first t h a t ahe was dead Cecil Phares, w h o was operated on -it Brokaw hospital at B l o n m f n g t o n , Is m e n d i r f nicely He had a p p ^ n d : c i t l y Will Quinn and f a t n t i v of iVoatur. are t h » euoft-; of Jim Qulnn and mother The chautauqua is drawing imm o ii«» c r r n t l s The I l l i n o i s G!"» c l u b did sp!*ndi'Hy and Professor B l t t l c sa\" two f i n e lectures. Ful'y f o r t y a x i t o m o h f ' f l s were lined up outside of the ground? Every seat was or- Hoy Fits water and 'amlly attended tl-» 3Buph»r-F1trwat«r w*lrfing W«dnesda\ m M o n U c M l o John ^onnef has received over forty rrit»»'» of raspberries at J2.5O a crate. D o ' a n d and EnttT^^e plaved ball T^e^n-^day Score was 12 to !" In favor of E n ' f r - OP.EANA. Victor Burgew of ?clfel 1« h«re rismr.j his rrandp»rents. Mr and Mr« J H Bui- near R o c h f o r t . Mo . a f t e r a few w i t h h i s parents here Mre John H a r r a u f f left Thursday f or iier hoi-n* in KanHa*-. after s«veral weeks' % 1 f i » w i t h her sister. Mrs George Seamoa The C W B M of the Christian c h u r c h m*t aT the home of Mr» J H. Burgew Wednesday afternoon Mrs Fannie Myer« of new MC ZIon, pas««4 part of this week with relative* near h*n. Mr and Mrs Charles Ftancls of Decttur. were the giK's'i of relatives h«r»» W'dnes- "j G. Ktrhy and t*« Hooker pawed Thurs- 1rjv -with B Ruddock and family near Voor- h John Ol*Jwaller wa« « hurinew rtsltor ii Docatur Friday Mr and Mrs Ralph Long and child of near Forsyth. passed Fridav w i t h S. Maxwell »n-l family. _ IVESDALE. MTM. Thom«s Brlnlrin snd ij«u«hl»r MM Ws, passed Friday in Decttur shopplnr Mrs. H. I. Kobel of ChampsJm, Is th» ruest this week of her mother. Mrs. M. Burhard. Miss Elst« Button w»« a Champaign ralr \lisses 'EsteiU tat Tjuc!l« Crtnlimn of D»- citur. came Wednesday 'or a »e«k'« visit n-ith reJatlves. Mrs P. J Watts and children returned to Decatur Tuesday after » two weeks' »Ult here. th« guests of Mr. ana Mrs. John Blocker Mrs P. J. Cahill and daii«;ht«r Irene. w«re D"catur shoppers Tuesday. Mrs. M Ixjfuis and daughter. Mist Matttt . -jtumed home Tuesday from an extended atay tn Kramer, Jnd. Mrs P J Stevens »f St. Lonl*. r«4OTBed h o m e ' T h u r s d a y Sh« haa been vlaltlnr Br a couple of days with her mother. Mrs. Margaret Rod.K«rs C C. Lnmh^rt. T TV Srhulti. EJ O'ara. C h a r l e s Tnlisltn and Vern Alldrtds^ enjoyed a flshlnn trip lit the Santamon river Friday evening FORSYTH. R«v. Donald BArnhrt v i U preach tt tte Carver church Sunday morning end her* W the *v.?n1nK Mrs. H '* Moivry wa« the iru«it of Mr* Mabel T h r i f t of Emery Wednesday. Rev*r«.l frwm hero »it«nd*fi the band concert »t M*ro* ThurKlcf »venln«. Mrs, N t t l ^ lllrchneBUffh and nieces, Jo»e- phln« and Marian Bowie* of Clinton, Mnited relatives here Wedenaday J. M. Allen of Decatur, waa a builn«M caller here Tuesday. NEWSPAPER!

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