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10 DECATLJR HERALD MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 6, 1930. DECATUR HERALD CORN STRENGTH STEADIES WHEAT IN JUMPY MARKET Price Range Erratic With Frequent Dips and Rallies OATS WORK LOWER rmr.'Ado OLI is '»'«"! .'iif Hi corn ,'inlul win ii m Ji f-ni i e t v f.ii t i n - r. 1 ' Ti.iilr in Mond.iv Thi- 111,11 !H w a M i r h r u i j i i ' i i l i,i|n Mid uillitv. n)i[inlnlmu ililt ·., nun i.-*Miiti Vuun lhc i i i u l h i ' i n In i i i l " | i i f i i - Mini weak fli^l In I lie jiiiiiiiM*' CHICAGO FUTURE MARKETS (Bj JAMK8 E. DKNNET1 · CO.) (rn: Her. Mdr. Mny iW. M Hi- Mil y ' Wrf Mflr. May Open High ~sif K, SMI "83} " in ffiSI OOJ "Vf Mi ·m -12; Liwv "KOI"" 8-1 i Ml SB! i« ·10; Ctirno Oct. 4 Yr.Ago 83) _ "89! XS\ fiO SfflT S31-- i 351-86 8Sl~SB 135t 1-121 14M 5TJ si w,! 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K B I ' J I" Sin I U« ·'·' M i l I'll l!kl 1 V i l l TV* Pi (i^-. , , l i t I' A I. . " \,1 I ' n i l ' l ' l I ' ,;, i f n: ST SH * II **· ' S(5FlH ,VTI1 . . ** r t',,1, Mli . H u i: A- I'll" r -i I'lin N n i I! . '·" fill V 1 u l i -- ,t i K ltd c f AIM Km I Kill 'II A |;|d« '1 nt, It ,, Shfll 1 n !=|FHII1FIIH ti LI rmi linn I*!- ' 1 1 , 1 I I M l ( I I I 4l,l 11 ni S t Ilil Oil .if N 1 Stutm ft \ViHi HUinkn I n l | i . T r JV\un ijui [*n - - r U Ml* L , u l f ·IVi I ' I . 'I'af . ·lllii li',1 I lik II 1*111-il KI I I'Flfl r riiin i' ^ * . I nllP.1 ^ l l i l n f l 1'uiFr.il II.^FI Itn. t: IF K nni'iii-1* . i£ IT S WIU'I . . . I S S riti i' * !, . ?i V JS'. I V '. 111, l-'k T I it ',.. I , Illl'l t\ 3V \ Central Detthi MBS MABV WAGNKB PAMA--Mrs. Maty WHKIIBI , TO, dl!l in the homn o( hot daughter, Mrs. J. C. Brown. Sunday evening. Mrs. Wagner find bnen visiting hfr daughter and was sftlifd with a sudden heart attack. The body wus returnm! to Kulle- mnn, Win,, her r«rm«r home, lor burial WodncHday. Bui-lal will h? In Forest Home cemetftiy ncnr Ihrrc. · MBS, BVALINK STUART B1EMENT - Mm. Evallna SluuH, S!i, died In her home here n («w inln- «UH after mklnlRht Friday, Hftr ctenlh wft* CBU.iert by an aculo nl- Uok of heart trouble and the In- f l i m l h n s ot age, Evaline Smith was horn Apill 4, 1848, Her early life was »]int In Orro Gordo. She was married In 1869 to Eldti O. Stunt t of Orro Gordo, whore th*y llvrd -mill about 40 yen is ago when Uiuy moved to u furtn near Humeiit. Atlr hfi' hus- hand'a deuth flv* yenrs Inter, Mm. Stuart built nntl moved lo Hie liomo 'tiTSemcnt, where her death atxiurred. Savon children were born lo them, f h i e e of whom died i» infancy. Left (uro Iwo son?, Grorfle. of Chlongo; Hurt of Pontlnr, M k h . and a l«ueh- ler, Mrs, Alrna McKinney of Mll- wnDltee Anothni dimghler. Mm, Mnble Webb, ttttd 12 years ago. Mrs Stuart, ulthoiifrh ll»?n 70 years of iigp, imid« n tiomi' fuf th* Jour urandctillilren, Mis. Allen Propst, Corfu Doido; Mi*, Nina Rusnell, (JhlcuKO, and Stiiait end Flon-nee nl home Mrs. SUmrt wiia n tnt-inljcr uf t h u M u l h u d l f l l chun-li. Hh Mild ,,,.; 11 \ I H ' . I n(l H'i IIV, r - i 1 . SI LIVESTOCK |i*i.l H'llm A *' 'l UNUSUAL STRENGTH SHOWS IN HOG MARKET w Wni lit i'lt !1'i wmi i n* \Vnnliiiiv A 111!., .lO'l \ S l l l m Olil ". I' 1 !. U l n n r l l l V W . , I t ' . \VIIIIIHMI r'limr., «li Tik * Vh , 101 iii" IBH o: MA.TTGON -- Edward Jerden, a resident of th* T, O, O, P, Old Folk* Home, died In the Hninn hoFijiital ftt · · - 0 o'ciiwk S a l u r d n v morning at niyivciisriltls. Mr, .Icrderi WIIH torn in Hutting- MONTICELLO LEGION POST 1NSTALS; NEW COMMITTEES NAMED MONTICKLljO -- The rwwly elected officers of Itoy Hamm pout. No, 101, American Legion were Installed Wednesday nlfrlil. with Dr. R, O, Hawthorne, district commander ns inotiilliiiK officer The officers arc: Comin-ndor-Dr, W A. Sehmldel, First Vioo Commander ~ Her«chel Baker. S e c o n d Vice-Commander -- V. Third Vice-Commander -- Edgar Dnwdle, Adjutant -- Robeit Shonkwller, Finance -- Burl A, Edie, Serfteanl nt Arma -- Karl Flnler, Chaplain -- Clarenri) DnHenback, ' Hlslurian -- N. H. Trumhnuer, Executive commllLen -- Dr. R. O. Hawthorne nnd V. Van Moore The followlnR committees were appointed by the Cummnndei, Home- Dr. R, O. Hawihoi no, Floyd Barn-urn, RuwJ Alexander, Membership -- llr-m-hel Baker, Udgar Uowiile, V 15. Astclienniiii. Irfftal-- B, A, Bdle, riobeit Shonk- wllei. Publicity -- N TI, Trunibauer, A B. West, Clarence Day Listening In The Mormon Tfcbo cuticle Choir v/ill open Us program Ibla tvening with "By th! Wntera of Minn clonk a", This broiidcaBi fi-om Salt I,fi« City will be ncnl to ]lnlisn«ni over an NBC chnln nt ft o'clock Kale Siniiti, one of Ilia alum of the musical hit "Flying Hlifh", he lh« voriiMm on B of pop- munl« by Freddie Rich «m! his Rhythm Kin^n lo be henrd over Hie Columbia network nt «,15 u'clocli tlila evening. gram will b* Tonight" and CHAIN BROADCASTS 4:M p. m,-- T*» Tlm«r» (NBC) WJEAP WRC KSI) WSM WHY won. 4:411 p. m.-Kbony T w i n * f BS) WABC, WMAI J p WMAq, WCCO. 5:05 p. m.-- Biark «fl') Gold rrwni oiTh«*titt NBCi WEAF WWJ WRC WOC WHO K«n WGY. K»w Vnrk«r ttrchdcm (MBCt WR; *nv,f wow. INBC) W«Af WRC ·*OC WSM WWt WTJP KB)) Included in thin pro- "Jtixt lo He w i t h You "Mnyl)« II ' Ptlebe, Hlrman Amerlranixnl Ion -- H Vim Moore, IILII| Gucker, W, W. Mi-Canny. Athlotir--li, R, Di-esbiick, Bill." Perk 111.1, John Di^blon. A v i a t i o n - M a x Itolt, Eurl Hints, tJuy Kmnst. Oravu Registration -- l-'urd Dul- ao». VUla Grove tyjAtaT Circle Has Meeting Vir,r,A GROVE--Mm Grover Elder wai hoHtess to I l i e meeting of th« Mission Cir.lt of Ihe Chrlsttim With thelf nanpy-Ko-iucky nlnna-, lure, "Puck lip Your Trouble*", followed by a jxsppy program of cur-' rent hits, tha JiiRrnro Shavers re-, turn to the studios of t h e Nation-^ Bs'oatl caul) si;,' company 'his evenlnjjt at 7:30. In their Initial pi OR* am will h c "Wtml's the U.ic?" "Kit-it Wallx" and "Just a IJUIe Closer", ! ! Several pnjjulnr radio urliatu will tie ineliuled in the program over l h e t'olunibm B road cast I n« network Hiis eveninjj at 7-30 o'clock. Freddie Rich nnd his orchestra and t h e Roiyid unilei. will n»Filjit with t h e 1 Kuril popular fnvi,riles us Oh Miss Hannah" und "Just a Lille Closer" will he offered in t h i n ft:30 ji. m.-T)M WA»C W2XK. 8:10 p. m.-The PcpHodctif NBC) WJK KDKA WRC WIAV W.III. 1:15 )). nl.-T)ie H h y l h m Klnn« (CBS) WJ.B2 WLBW KMOX W1UW. fl:.Ht |i. m.-C»lon!»l HcuconllsbUi (NBC) W K A F WJAJl WJV Wr.lt Phil Cook (NBC) W.1K WHAM KDKA WRC. . . . WABC;, WKBW KM ox WMAJ. Koxy nnd Htn n»nfr (NBC) WJX WS» WSM WRC. 7:30 p, m . - l n i j r u n i S h « \ r ) o (NBC) WJ/. WJIl WIAV K V W WSM WMC WSB. A * P. Ovpilfii NB(") WEAK, WRC wr;v won ww.i KSD WOC WHO WOW. l'*rl[ or. hi-nlrii (CBflJ \VABC W1XE. I, ilk" Kill FIJI lull *nJ NU (NBC) W.IZ. I I ; W y, m,- HoUl ion owtiMtrn (NBC) WJ7, WJR, UPlacc Man Taken (o Decatur Hotpttal LA T'l-ACM - "jnciih Ui1l«r who hi* been ijnltg ill tli« |m«l f'* w«kn wax taltpn (o St Mtty'n K«*jilt«l Krldny for "Kirn I no 'ion «r^ ll*ttt- mcnt Iti mud* ih» 'tip) In nmhulnn-i. An nl't tuiii rlinil-.nii W Mr an-) MM. N«v» ]"n»t ntglir, Mr. »nd M t r Efiti w«f» married Jan Tui-sday In Oiiiinn. Hull- M, n n l l ' H i K, O f f i c i a l BUM- bull |!I]|,.K, IFIM Iti )iiit. "Til* MiniK'i IK out If lit f n l l fj f l r l i l n nltrniiiiltiit «« flHil » b u l l -in- inl'-nllontillv l»li'rf*n'ii w l i h t h r o w n Ij.'iil" I n ijihir Wi,|i1». if M Thit Nutlonul K « f i n l n j ; cniiipiiny ' will iitMimor " jwugrain rach Moniluy DVi:nln« ut U:3U «''lu k IhroiiKh iitw- ' lion KMUX. This pmiirnm will frfi- tur« mi!)i n i l l f i l n ni lien Sc-lvin, ttu- Cnliinikla, nTM-in()ln(t orchf-ilni, nrid Irving K F i u f m n n . ,, .. -- ».. Reception Given For ViUa Grove Pastors W J Y n Mto- K V W Spri«f;(ifld Livestock , « . ' I ' ' f - l East St. Louis Livestock ,, i i,. h. ' n i . i i 11 i' · I ' " ·, l L, I I V. |. Ml * · I I I.I · in-i'i 1 r -. ii IU I I, l r l I ' l i . Ocl OLNEY TO BE HOST TO TWO CONVENTIONS DURING THIS WEEK Luyul D-ci-intf loilBf, No, 001, "f Uhl- caso. He leaves no known relatives The body wan U k e n to the Peers' iiFiderlnltlng |mrlnrs nnd |jrepuri'il [or burl-l. The funeriil -«(IH con- ducleil In the ninpel u( Hie HIHIH- Huniliw nftdrnnon nl 2\1U it'cloi k "nil burial wim nmde In the Home pint Grove e ef conducted the devotions and Mrs. Uooige Frti7,i*r, Jr., had ch.ii(;« of tho le.iaun. She- was assisted by the VIM,A flllOVK · Thi' for I h i t returning niinluier. Rev J. W Stair w n d funilly iiml far Rev. A, .1. Muxcy und funiily, who iei-enl- ly movi-d to Villa «rov« from Ken K:0tp |i. n. · (NBC) W.IK K D K A \VJR K Y W WSM WS» WMC. H:3» p. nt. - Ortrinl Minors pinly f S H r i ) WKA1-' WRC Wrsil WWJ W f i N KSD. H;(M( p, (it,-Slroinh(!iK Ciftlf KUDU (NBC VfM KDKA WSM WMC WSB W J R . tliSO p. m. -- Sj-mphonlr Muki-m (NBC) W K A F WUC \VWJ WOW WMC WSB, lOiWI p. nl.- Hi- i t l-own nnd hi* or- dimrm 'f'BSJ WAUi; W X Y K . .luck Alhln ntid h)o nrcli»»(rii (NBC) WKAF WRC WWJ WGY WOW KfiJl. 10:30 p, ni. Ted Xlo.t'n Knd hl» or- rheclr* CBS) WABC WMAL wuro, winw. Bernl* Cunimlni ana in In 'h« ««t of tl«)(l- bull. DIP rnnnrr It cut. 4131 -- 1 Ai;K INO-- HTORAOI ·itieriKlh OJ^-EJY -- Two Important conven- In hOK nmihcl* M»n- t |,, n ^ w |ll hu held in Olnev nent week. v c i v and The Illinois Stnl* DH-cllv* -. *»«,;*; unit t h e full h.m and 15 8 mllctl nol.H h"i'lnK. h ,,,,. fiSSSS, SS will be MltS. W. T. JAVCOX KPF1NOSHAM -· FunN-al sw vices w«-f conducted on Sunday aftmioon In th« home for Uts. W T, Jnycox, ncc Rail whn died r n l h o r iiiddeiity at her homo in Walson ThiitidHy »n- crnoon, at thi; OSTP o( »3 yean. Shi- had boon in fiillinji lif-ulth Im four yeni.i, Tlic dci-ensrd i\ie ThumUiy and Fildny. lo Mi: The Delerlli'e tt!i*oolatlon oonven- horn In Olilo and tttni(! to this county whan q u i t e younc. w h c i e ah* hiifl slnc« lived, n n d (01 Hie grrnlci pur. im -IDC l i o n -·JO Ib will nllrurf about "DO visitors U»n of that lime In Walson, where --'·- was a vury well known and hlgh- nuy, wits Btven Friday evening In members jiiTacnl | t h ^ M e l l i n d h l churfh by the Ploat- Mrst James Nun-Is, ot DiuivMe, vis-, ur( , Hm | *-i,ifit tw-i-li'ly with Mrs C. ItL-d iti'ji Ciitiliind Hanson. Mrs. A l v i i j r, Davis, iiresliknl iictiiift b* r h n l t - Si'Uitk und ollKr friends Kridny and m u n ^ pi ogram if niu*k nnd nd- Satiltday. drcNaeu wiis Jilanncd and Mm. C. K MTM Carl Clay, who lias beon in Mtixfkld, Mrs. T, M Wrti*ley ami the htmie uf lici- imientn. Mr. «nd jVljjia Uvunxcllni: Cotiibx c n t e r l a i n e d Mrs, J. K. Hummed for several, with ori/an noinberi. Th* choir fur- nirinths tin account of lit health will njuhni sevenil ntimbcra r e u n n lo her home In ChampaUn R(. V . Mr. Mn^ey snve 'he lirityer next wetl( 'i.f the «nd Jli-v. J, A, Frit- Ilei. J, W. Starr spent noniii time 7fr Kar Hie uddruss Ot wekumis to In Rloomlni'ton Ihh 'week wUli t h t - ' l u - v Mr. Starr tind faintly ami Kcv, K|iwin-th I,i-j(t\ifi Institute ciHiiinls-, jir. Ma*ey und family. Mr. Frar.ler slon whleh Is trylnjf to lind a perma- jj, t h e oldest retired minister in lh- nenl site fur the JC'nvorlh licn^m: 1 nuni'ilH ronferenee and he upoke In I n s l l l i i l c and which Is fnvnrinjf a lo- hthftlf or the etuireli In Iffnernl, the - . 1 Cmcinnnh l.ivcutot-U ,, .mi l-'ililii), "', wi-iiilil -.uM '" al ilO-l'i -fvliHi' |iiK'kln(( S«WH w e i e \T, T" ID *-5*fm (,'levelaiMl wm 1^ t r .',',,1-jr.i- hii-tn'1- t h a n the wenkrtid w i t h iitnf. li-jlii w.-li;hl*i ''fie lift nnd Hie ;,;, i,.p tnr hlt-lier, Pithl-iircl! ·*·«" 2" , u i t - i l(lr- lilkher. Hunt Tluffalfi wnn " ' t i u i l v tictU-e In alt inter-it-, wltli !,'! l . l t l i l i «*,er IBti lb» Ifi I l l l i l l l K l l l l ' l W t - l K l l I " n r l u i i ' i r l wa« T n l i l v (tetlve w i t h Uie i j i n n l triuli- iietiily '' ,lli« t l i a t « ( i f stroni: find 11 n.ws \i-en- Mr- hlclw-i P:asl SI. .1 v,;n f u l i l ; . nr\\\r mid Hi i otic hls;liei plK J I'l-ini; -.'rtitiK t» S ! ' ' ( ) f I IK- liViifiil Cliii'iu'.o hail "" r i i n - i ' l J i t i i l '! 100 I ' l t t i h i i i n l i . Ka-.| HilfTalo. T.UHt C i i H ' l l i n a l t J i \''.n^ SI, l.iniK ISOWl i f n l l l e n i a i l t c l j i \ v p i c u n e v e n ',' r - c l t i i n wern mil \mtif nil* Illl1v ealion on the Hlfmrnlnfilon I,(il(ft, (lime of Olncy and Mrs A l b e i t Led- M-lter of Cftlhimn vnriuiiH orciinlwilltiiH nnd lhc Sunday m-lionl, Ttcsjion^B wet' Riven by Ki-v. Mr. Slarr nnd Rev, A dependable guide by Hihicfi to ttay Radio ie(.i and tcrviee. FfreprotfWartlnjiu ·· -- ...... ------ -- -*rr-T-r Publix Th*atr*» First Anniuertary and VAI.UK i*r,us: Silvcrtone RADIO SIM nml Hew th* -NVw 1HM Mocti-U Now On l)l*pl*y SEARS, ROEBUCK CO. IteUll Sslorc: 141 South Main SL , ,,,,,..-, of llllnnis, Tli eselci' . , lion if Olncy (ot- this nieetlnn li an Iv icspected clluen Hfi* tuiioanil; v U | M . nl ) hcivlco.i Ki Iday u f t e i n n u n li JIO;^ nnd tiitl'C!l,) 1 ( ,nf)i- that h'.i« never been Riven to a died nbuut L! yoarn nj-o. She leaves I w ,,, )¥ [lck( nt ( | 1( , ( .i a ]| U nin (.'In I ' t i f i n I'he biiil-l'"" 1 drtiit-htcr, Mix.^f. H _Oren. of f k, m h w i t h 1hc burial at the Cal- Illlnolii town. -.rtool [ Wn lW, em* sister, Mrs, t, P MnuLt, Pf W»Non. «,, bpnlhor H P. Ball. f n F I h l I ' l l l l B V - - - . - ·.flnn,li, H. W. llosteltler will have l i « of OrnH*f(iKl. C'lav T.awience, HUrilttiid. Wnnnsh. VVhlle and Wuytir! belontr tu thi* dlittld. An en- f^elk-nt piopram lia^ been F,I rflii^ed The firudf ·suiool nnd ceneral sen- kldiit will hi- held In the new Cenlrnl wru, R. fstiKr.BYviiJj!:- 0( The body Will H Mr. ttto protfrmn n nocliil noin was en Joy *J iifterwhli-h refr*nh- nicnh wi'ic m-rveil 1»y Hie oommlUee coiiipiWfd fit Mrs, Mnnile Rlchnmn. Mls« Kit* Duneiin. Mrs. E. Gilbert iinrl Mrs S. E. Slanlcy. M' 1 *- J«" 1M C'P 1 "" 1 sUI'Kl^ her Frld .v«lw by mvitln, e il r MOO; "i-hrflll aiis-,liinH will lie thP held In the Konic i.r t h e iiolnl)1i-s nn the pro- · f t n i w an Him n i n n U f Fletcher, icinKrcwiuin f m m Olllo; G. Bronl- \ey O^nam. iirettldcnt of iM-tti-i it(,,r.| rln-*»F-s of we i f l"nlv in nml fltiwt Icinllnir I n w i ' i o fril it'-i-i« mill \-'Fii-lliiK' h-onit In nm«tlv We tiiuhei hut . "'- | U i i l v c i - f H y : Dr. A. Henry Ilntrop, of utid l l u h t Albion Collepe. Mich.; Karl Horpsr. olhci |i M S idnt of fiviinavllle I n d , collc«p; ,»nd Prof. Ficit W. Cm berry, of Mil- Wl*.. ionps Fa « cher chatter, . L ciub Chicago l.ivrstctck l l l « ' «ln '1 n f( ' i (.1,1 · |, n.iii. i j , , i. n-; w e i P Mitti n (i Ilinlii-d mipply hut ' p l i i l n e r hltirii weir n t r i l m i B h » n i »ti-i I-lnMl B u f f a l o dry fed y-fiiHIIXH and ili-ht ·.Fi-i'ii weie"-JCn- niKl more hlith- i-r u l t b I he i i t t i e t " sl«w nml linr-lv · - i ' i n l \ f l n e l n i i n l l was ilow wltn ,i -iililr 11,-lilweli-lir sleeii and l,,.,re.n .nil re and "lendy n n d lln- oili.-r'. u e i i k I" !''· nwf E«-l ?· ·.niil« 1»t( licrtvli"* w?re « t e n d y *_"-·« I I . U M w l t l i Hie r m d f vt-iu-ltn,:.- «ivl h e l f - r i wen- slendy Titl'il" w e l l - STB'ill ni f n l l o w t Chi , ,, , ,, ^| (Kin. Clev.-l:ind. I.-UW: C A S K Y - M i i . Stella Fancher wan hostess for DIP leRiilnr meeting ot Hie ( ' h a l t e r H t l ' i i i o u t i nt hei Adams N t i e i t . Kollowtni; n soi'liil u'linuian, I until wu* nerved Mri C l a i f n i e C' Noidlint' eiiter- t.ilneil liie oldei womi n In l U c mem- l»-r.shl}i rf I In. Kit ^ MFJthodlHt e h u r r h n l the paisonriKt'. Ftldsy rift- j.|ow but mixed '-rriuoo. Kncli wonifin w.is astkrd to MllS. 1HABV MAXWBI.I. CHAItLUSTON -Mrs Mary Oath- Maxwell, 78, wife i " K, R. Maxwell, areliltecl, died In Ihc Maxwell hnm'e. 411 Knrrlsnn Btroel, at 10 3" r/rloek Friday n i g h t "flcr a llnxrr- liijl lllnfHS of uompltcation*. Mr^ Mnxwcll had heen beiKait for (our week-) and IHT nunrilllon was n i l i o a l foi tonic riiiya, V u n e t a l set vices were conducted Ui the [amllv hutnin -111 H i i n t a u n sheet, ut ^',10 fi'rlofk on Sunday itf- tcrnoon, Burlnl was in Muund cemi-tery. Mrs, Maxwoll leaves her h u s b a n d 1 and six children: Mrs J. R. Blair, Chatluston, A i t K u r M a x w e l l , Clmrlet- lou, W. W Maxwell. Urbana, Mrs. Perle Hedges, Clharleslon, Mrs Tnonxis Proetse, Cnloratlo Springs, Col., and C. B, Wuxwell, Kansas; a Drolher, Daniel Mil-hell in Arl-ona, jind a stst-jr, Mrs T.lnlc Turner, of ChurleHltin, lui well ns a number of grandchildren and (treat srandehll- «. wmt,. «on o t n * « n ·nd Mildred Ann White, who died In J numbtir of ri ' len . (lfl . . fa °f " {« { TM hi. himie southwest of this C'ty '' lm ' r ln Thumluy wiis laken to EI'I-II nit fort, Ind,, Sjtni'day. bin tui 111- er home, whore, f n t i e i a ! servkes and oernrred durinB the Kflernoon. Air. W h i t e WHS born in Wnveland t n d , in ISiil and leaves his wife """ «'' w ". mid Mir- Anna few CLARION RADIO "Sp««k» for llnelf." Easy Pny* inent., S»M cxi.limlvoly nt A WWk 'tf S|m-li»ll Stl«-Ut| (TO- GEBHART'S NOW SHOWING MW fi thn'i- sons, a Iwo In ol hers and 11 tiiKtii., vl^.. K. Hep nnd Wilt. j r . of (.'nlunibus, ";n,, flcoigi.' White of KankuHw; Mri, Cl Well Wllsun. St. 1/iuln: Jumcs H, HJ»d Albert White ivnd Mrs. John J, Wnrrt, Shli-byvllle. , i" ji i ,i · l.'iVi (.'inilnuntl 3TWt j, !»,(W(I L ^ · .1 til I , . - 1 1 1 I Vii.- t " ' ' r V! II F f I L, i · I , _ ' , " t l l l f l l l l i , ii SF f.inii . w l i l l e jiliet-p sihowi'd 'd l u i " \ii-ie n n v l e t i i t e ri-lnte HOtui- ix|ii-i lonre In ber yotlRfr- er lite, antl niiiny I n i e r e i t l n K n n d Knit nniu-'lim Inrldents »(-ie i entiled. An Knit i-tliri-livlli 1 i-njoynblt* nutnbcr was a \-ofal d u e t by M i a R. A. Mllles, who . ., hi t u t I t i - i.l(t, and her dmiRhtcr. Mrs ,," i" Crami'f Then M i l . N a n n i e Tyndall h(gl()|y He- l,er of the lotal B.iptl~* nlinrch Hei 1 molht-r was » ehnrter member of Ki;r,t, SAI,BM- Mrs Louts Kell, 70, died Friday afternoon In her home on South Marlon street nftei- a Ions ill- ne-c- follow In); « siunical operniion In June. Mil. KeU wits one ut t h e t«n daiijrhlers of Robert and Lydla MUs smutl .... -- srliool for her «uest, I,ols Bloom of Kehney, Those entertained be-tides Hie bonm mift-tl wore Hetty tl- len and Sabr»v .(ean Stiirr. Morfiaret Stiirrns (ind Alice Oiim-an. DECATUR'S MUSIC CENTER Mrlmvui-.tln-k-l.fiFti * Hrilr A Wor- Him fimnil riunii*. lt*\ (ImdtilM-- ·nil MiijHlli- Hnill,., triiiMnl* tml (;,4nnilil» |th,ni,Ftnipli, c'lilnmiilii * nnin«ntiu rffiinit, llnnrt ti.nrBinnin -- »· In JIT llnll«-- Sl.n-l Mil tit -- Slrlnjt liuitnioirnr* * DECATUR MUSIC SHOP K. Will Urn ill. It'i 0. K.t Oak!* Say* "L*l'» Go Nutive" WJiam. She wan horn in lownshjp In 18BO. Khe Icavi-a her Ituibund. and six sister-i, Her sl-lters nre M r s . John Ketl. Mt Veinnn. Mrs, C. C. McMnckln, Wyomln-*:, 111,, Mr-J. Pora P y a t t , and Mrs, Olive Py- ntl u( Plnktieyvilk-, rs Margaret Hurst, llclaml, and Mrs ARnes Keod of Halein; al*i a fostur nun and Night School Monday, Oct. 13th In Drawing I. Mechanical Drawing U. I iiilt ilro a I V. M. fi A. ISl W. Prnlrlf SI. *S*S FARMERS! --Brine your Chkken* nnil In n*. Uaih prirm, h«nM( MM IHT tfnt wimirn diral. Arthur'* PrcxJuc* Co, North Mnrt St. Fhant S married to W R. Maxwell, i h l l i i t e n wcin horn lo Ihe union fne In I n f a n c y II nrl iV t l u MllK. .HII.IA SHEI.RVVIU.E- Funeral servleM for Mrs Julia Culler, who died 1'rl- i!ny nimnlnfi In (lit lioine ol htr Mrs. ChuilM Moore, 25T« hv Kcv. H. C. Temple Sunday a f t e r noon In Ilie Presbyterliin church, Buvlal !n Etist Ijvwn ii i i t -I,. n ·.'"riid-." « I I li ehniee l«mh« rm hlrlli'i* pllcei uml 'be .,1 i, .ui, i 4 f. I- C X ' The built Pitt-- to s t i o n i ; it ^ 1 , , nn ,,i sTM K s. ih*n in "'"' lt . ri Mt,,, lc nt8 we IP atrved .,, light Many of IS to I, B l ' . - ,n.l nud steady. Br^t I n m h t w e i r a c t i v e and SO to , , T,V hlshcr Cliielnnntl lamb' were · i f n l i l v a i ' l l t c and steady ' i "!!' fl t |h iheep u e a k nnd i i t Kiiii SI hiiuifi i i nti.i ,, f,» w i j i n t h n sali-.t u t e a d v to Me ;','' ,"( er Find iruNenttnni iteoili* on 'hee|i t ^ i n i f nilfHtn a,,niiO: Cli-velnrul, 3,'IW; "i'Vii P l i t i l i i i t w h U OWt; Kail K u f f a l o . " - "...«, ';«m: C l i H - l n n n h "DO; Kant SI I.ollli. , ,^ wn. tuiiii M*)ixi. i ·""',,'. i vniln. IBIS PRODUCE -. ,, I II 1 I -il ami i .,10. · · i . e i - Peorin Uivcstock ,1 , F ' . . F I- u, ,,.1,1,,.. .,,l,.|,,. l l mil i » - · · " . " · · . J: ,1 (,i (ini K, . ml* hill j. hli^nt of tllt- n i e - rtah. 1011. W.nr,I.OTfi; Ne-l liil". -t1.5S5!ilO, Wyoming. *'' 1*" ' New York Produc* ilia r,,,'.,! I',·" Hiii[H"i it h l i l * . t · '· i,- .li-isi'^ Im'lti-tH, tfn ir 3 mi I I 1 K - ! M |i I'"! f . T F I V - r i i r a ; l u r l i o j i J - t t So. , L 111, Ic.'in _ J -I . It i miuil*, JII'CF- ·I. tun, I" I S ii M i ilm I". I J i c r T ; ; am It" I .nl r' F "In ml. 11« Mi *.Kn p u i i l t F i r f i l m : i:, ,,.,!, I v ,li|, li^. ?ii Tiiv I*. J t t t 3 ' i ' F i l l , - i * : i f f l . i . Ki*n.ri,n. l l r ; i-hl l.i-n^. ·Hi:« Chicago Produce t tlv I nitfct / ' J I M I "nil- . f1r,l*, 11,.. ··ill. m u l l . ' ! -.Innv ..... ' ' « ..... 1 i m . . t . lilwlil u l l i r r - I ..... r r . ' i ' l i l i i i i n l l v lii-lii'lm-i-ii lilllil ·' I m l e f l i w . Mintur, «0i' hlBlii'i «l *1 '· »» I *·""' iln,-. t »l- Hi F i l r t n v u i l n w : Xff'l «'"! nflil i«ii1i*r iMiili*. |1 n n ^ 5 *,fl » l l i i ; n c i ( f ; t c l : rqnuinn ijtrtt ti- tt f ( « t tnrt Ifiu ·11 ' tnli. n i nn :· S . i . i · FliJU. '3SI : iVM/rin ' s i H t k u 111111 s u m , 111 I UM. Tl'^lH Jn . Ill, Ulfc'ITft ] ' t ' l i l l i ^ i , I'll- ' i i w i l t ' l " I'M*. I'l I'l' ( T i l l f -- t i n I I " , 1- S l « 111 :iT: "ti 11'in "in* i , . i m . n n i i n - i iiimui ^U.IllU V* ljl4.,[IFlll MUl U|,Ll 1 I till 0lt)l!lF--J., f i ^i^ri ^ n , i i t t i i m mrti-t* t*.t5^.-^e, Mlnni^rii i ^^rhi-d Irlf Ii roliblrra JI.'n^rT i ^«; i'Dins mt i id-ii MI ' lut f t . *i ntr ' (ii \ . k i i n « k a * , n h a nilFW* I'TlLniprH, )| Kttlfr M» Minii'-'i'ii u n n N d i t i i n u k e t a . M.Tt H I )». I -i-i-li.lt niii:iii: I-II-. i s c , rlv.iln Chrlitlan church, wllh Rev. Frank! B, Ward officiating. Burial wan in Glr-nwood cemetery Mrs, Cutler, the last of ll children, was born February 1, 18;15, near Co!- tmibvis, O., and tume with her parents d-ii-ln,; t h e Civil war and settled In Holland township, in southern Shelby county. F'or 43 yearn sh« bad leen a resident of I h l s city, November 12. 18T1 ahe wan nmr- rled to Ottoway Culler, who jireccd- ed her In dealh 1ft yean ago. To this imlcn were born six children-- Rtrl nntl I.«-;i-t Cutlei- and Mrs I.tiln Mnoie, of this c i t y , who are left. Three Honi. Elmer. Rosa and Carl Cutler are dead. Mi'H, Culler Dlao reared a nephew, Rev. Charles Fowlei, who WFJS a Methodli-t inlnli- tt'TLl.MM MHIfLKV OI.NEY-WHlUm Shir-ley. 6* yt-ura old Calhnun e l t i z e n , died in hit home Wednesday niffht, nnd wns burled Frtdny nfternnon. Mr, Shipley'* fatal illness came suddenly, S.K he Imd worked on hin (nrm Wednesday morning. Keeling ill in the afternoon, he stopped wotklng. During the night he became wors«fcnd died. He leives his wife, three »onn and two duughtera, The tibas q*« Floyd and Everett of Olney an-i 1 ^Tlark of Louisville; and th« daughters arc Mrs, Tln« Me W«RVEl?OU WELL, IS OOR AIM- Otm^COAt^WlLL JUSTIFY IT'S , FAME ! I TS not wtuit we ray -It's what you say, about us imd nur coiil, that counts Wont. Thal'n why we Horvn you w c l l ' i i n d -tell dt-pcnd- nble finel «t reasonable prices. Black Be*uty Lump $5.OO Lincoln Lump $5.75 We.lKy.Lwnp . . . . $ 5 , 7 5 Ea.tern Ky. Block . . $8.OO CASH, OELlVKRKn CHARLES CLARK -COAL CO.- 861 CAST GRAND AVE. PHQHL 2-1012 L I N C O L N G O A L Fill Your Bins Now! North Pine Goal Co, MR N. WABASH Low Round Trip Excursions Decatur To Detroit $9.00 Chicago $4.00 St. Louis $2.75 To Deli-nil, good l:i Pnllmdns on payment usual Pullman charge*. COAL Our Wmidirn l-"i»r $4.75 on Track $5.75 Delivered K l.umri $4.25 on Track $5.25 Delivered ARCTIC GOAL CO, N, C I'h.im. To ChleFiso and dren h a l f Cure, St. Ixul«. chil- Tlekels sold for r e i t n l n 1raln» OCTOBFR IMS, 1JH9: 2.V2S. Fnr purllciilarit tec Tk-hrt AKMit or G, X. Lnvtll, Trlophonc 43« WABASH A V O N L A S T I M K S TOIMV ROGERS !V 'Safety In Number*' All Till kliu ·.,!,, Hr li! JACK OAKIE J«itnett« MacDonald Let's Co Native' l e l l e mid William A i u l l n . Til IK I lllli in. t , l » la M l l k l Mkllnrp till .1 p. it,. lnr.tft iik Id. ALHAMBRA NOW STOCK GairRi Bros. Pliytri l*r*itrnt "HEAVEN OR HELL" A C.rtpjtlnf llmmn nf th» 1,'nd-r- wnrlit. Between tlw Act* MM SenU mt We BMkM« Me Children Any Tlnm Ite A show for nil UM Rcrwv* Ywr S»«t» I,»ST TtMKK TOttAV Tl« if* fkllltr] 1 TOMORROW Mby ·!( *f owiMi "LITTLE ACCIDENT' With Anita L *r. Imiirjiit kl MiMr Tin tinrlt trtltn).. ; tout tbe WH-tBf. 4*4 run IW(FIII. U . pr«iild«nt--M NF.WSPAPFRHRCHIVE*

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