The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 1, 1914 · Page 9
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Decatur, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 1, 1914
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Wednesday Evening, July 1, 1914. THE DEC^TUR R E V I E W Page Nine Funeral Services Simple k but Impressive. ' The funeral services for Judge W C Johns at the First Preshjterlan elurch Tuesday afternoon were Impressive and full of dignitv but marked by that simplicity that characterized the dailj life of Judge Johrs To those who were Intimately acquainted Tilth him it seemed that his wishes ·we-e being carr es out to the letter though perhaps h" had n e v e r ex pressed a desire, as to how his funeral should be conducted Ostentatious dlsplaj had no part in his make (up Simple dlg-nltv was a personal characteristic of the man 1 CHURCH FILLED The church was filled with friends The Sundav school rooms and the balcony w e r e thrown open to accommodate tho«e v h o wished to attend and there were few vacant seats in the entire house The casket draned with the national colors and covered with Ulowers rested in front of the altar The alta- rail and the rail of the choir loft were banked with ferns and flowers beats were reserved for the members of the Macon County Bar association en the right of the auditorium and for the members of the S A R on the left the members of the board of supervisors occupying seats near the center hack of the space reserved for the famils The services opened with a selection tv the choir followed bv a chant ser ·vice by the choir and Rev C E Jen nev pastor of the church Bov W H Penhallegon read the scripture lesson ·wh'ch was followed by a prajer by Tev Mr Jenney and a h v m n bv the choir Then Dr Penhalleffon d e l v e r e d ehort address He spoke of Judge Johns as a man w o u l d speak of a friend and told of a number of mcl dents showing the kindness and generosity of the dead judete BLRI^L AT GREFN\\OOD Following the address M D' Pen Iiallegon the choir sang Nearer Mv God to Thee and the e-te' ises were com-luded bv the rltuali tic service of the G 4 R and the =oundips o' " Tap* Tha bodj was laid to rest in the tfamily lot in Greenwood Jt_tGE COCHR4N ILL Judge 1\ G Cochran of Sullivan the onlv remaining circuit Judse In the Sixth judicial district was unable to be present He has been in poor health for several weeks ard Siirdav fre contracted a heavv cold \fter ·writing a letter to Secretaiv J = Baldwin of the Macon Countv Bar as ·ortation saving he probably would be ninabie to attend the service* he sent ·wo-d by a friend that he would come on the afternoon tram However he *as unaole to do so Honorable W B McKinlev Judge F K Dunne of the sjpreme court J idge John Brown of \ a n d a h a and 'W C Bippard clerk of the appellate cojrt were among those present at the funeral and they also participated In the memorial service* conducted by the Macon Counts Bar association In the circuit court room earlier In the day Members ot the bar from other coun ties in the district who were present at the funeral were Douglas county--Marion Watson W W Beeves Moultrle county--George A, Sentel, 3 J M'l'er J E Jennings Platt countj--F M Shonkwlle- E J Hawbaker M R Davidson W G Cloyd A C Edie T Castle C F Mansfield C S Reed C TV FIrke J L, Hicks DeWltt county--E J Sweeney E B Mitchell L R Herrick Grover C Hoff G. Herrick W Herrick William Booth F K Lemon W F Gray V Warner M J Hinchcliff B S De Bolce L E Stone J J Rolofson. W H Armstrong: sheriff Elmer Metz clerk L O Williams ChampaiKn co mtv--Honorable W B McKinlev F H Boggs Henry I Green Manford Savage Caotatn Thomas J "-mlth T\ F Woods L B Satfer Ben if. Price C I Innserich O L. Browser Cljde H Walker O L. Davis H E Eoyer County Judge W G Spurgln j J Hea D R Enochs Peter P Schaefer IN M K I N L E Y S C \ R A number of the Champaign law v ers came to the funeral Tuesday w i t h W B McKinley in his private car Cham- palm KILLED BY Was on Way to Get Doctor for Sick Wife. Bjerly wa i'e has been i rcr fo^ the k bi th Penny Grocery Penny Grocery XO 1 _ 514 N. Water. Penny Grocery NO a 632 E. Wood. Get your order in early. We close at noon Thursday. We will have a few cases oi Raspberries You had better get them now. lOc qt $2.40 Per Case K.enney July 1 --Old citizen kill d b; Daylight Special Tuedais afternooi the Daylight Spe" al struck Sam B3 erls an aged man living here killing him instantly It threw h m n e a i l v twenti feet from the track His daughter ind husband, I r w l n Klrb) nd w i f e w e r - notlfled arcl came at on e The corone held an Inquest at n H J TS eller undertaking ioor"s about 83 vears 01 H quite poorlv in I doctor for her vv h train At TO T-bRNS 0 \ E R Sunday the a ito owned by Elme Gr'mes an 1 d r i v e n by his son upset just east of Per-\ Derrick s farm - one was inj ired but the steering ' was badly lent and the w i n d shield broken to the car MADETAST'TRIP TO MOWEAQUA Dr. «nd Mrs M H Bell Take Guest In Their 'Sew Car Dr and Mrs ·fl H Bell drove to Mo weaqua Tue=dav afternoon in th formers new Overland car Thev made the trio down in one hour and cam back in fort m nute= With them n tl e car were Mrs Frank Lane and Mrs Loren Burleigh of Decatur and Miss Josephine Baker a teacher of Hannibal Mo Miss Bak er passed through Decatur on her w a: to Mowearjua where she will spend he vacation In the c o u n t r j w i t h friends She stopped to siend the dav with th Be 1* and thev decided to take her on to her destination in tl eir new car CROPS BEST IN CHAMPAIGN COUNTY Bondville Julv 1 --Bert c eaman agent for the Illinois Traction S tern commence'! ·nortC thH morning after a. lay-oif of eleht da-s* Msltinj fr'ends in Decatur Bloomms'on Dan ·ville ana Betham During the journe; from Decatur to Bloomirigton he re ports that in places he =aw corn Jus commencing to come throng i th ground and far-ners -were p l o w i n g fo the first time Twentj miles west o Bloomlngton, In particular, the outlool lias bad and farmers are afraid tha the yield will be poor During his citlon he took se\erai long auto trip 'n the country and says that ti e farm rr= of Champaien have everything t b« thankful for In t h e i r cror° PAINT jour hojse now while the w e a t h e r I Ideal. We guarantee good work an 1 charge only a. reasonable price Cling-Coat Paint--per gallon $1 00 S A High Grade Paint per Kil $1 S5 I oy s Paste Paint, per gal J' 00 Get our prices on that new Paper--our stock is new and uptodate Hallack Songer W«H Paper and Pnlnt «(ore XM W. WOOD Pknnei Auto. STS1 Ola · Time and Trial Prove the unequalled value of Beeehwn'B Pilte as the best corrective of aiknente of the digestive organs so common--and the best preventive of lasting and serious sickness so often resulting Irom defeeve or irregater action of the stomach, liver er bowels. Beecham's have a great record For over half a century Hwy have been used with entire satnf action in thousande of homes. A few doaea will prove to you tiiat you can find prompt relief from tin heartaches, dewesBion o£ snmte and general no-good feelings caused by indigestion or biliousness. Try them, and you will know what it 13 to tare au your command such An Invaluable Aid to Health Th. W«t SJ. of A» M«HcbM ta Sold «Tcrr»b«r.. In boxM. Hkh. (Contlaued frozn Page One ) ands of my executor I direct the pay- ent of m debts and expenses of my ast illness and the expense of funeral nd marker at the head of my graie nd exoense of administration Tenth--Out of the residue I devise nd bequeath cash as follows '1--To m\ old and faithful servant largaret Love $800 ·2--To Mao Rogan house servant 300 3--To Peter McKenzle serrant and n sted emplove of my mother $300 4--To m mothe 1 " Jane M Johns 10 000 0 --To my sister Helen J Moore 10 000 EEMAIlvDBR TO HOSPITAL ! 6--Ml tne remainder, if any to the Decatur and Macon County Hospital ssociation (I mean the hospital aB- ociation of which Dr TMlliam Barnes s the chle' promoter by whatever lame It is k n o w n ) 'In witness whereof I have se' m land at the bottom ot each of the hree preceding pages and mv hand ind seal hereunto this 20th day of Sep ember A, D :ill "WILIylAM C JOHNS (Seal) IN HAND-WRITING I h e will is in the handwriting of Ldge Johns This would make it un e^essary to have the signatures of witnesses were it only to be probated this state for it would be easv o prove his handwiiting However e had tho attest of two witnesses to ·e*her with their addresses In a note t the end of the will he states that ,6 considers those signatures unnec- ssarv, but that as it may be ncces rv to probate the will in several tites he puts them in as a precau lonary measure Local Notices. ThMe Notion Are Paid AdTertUlnt. Dr. Hoskins has moved dental office to S06-207 Title Trust Bide Crvs f al Todav The Alarm Keystone 2 reels Our Mutual Girl is L.ost Thuradav, July 9-The Million Dollar Mystery" Eat a Chicken Dinner Thursday at Minson's From 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. BIJOlTfODAY "ADVENTURES OF KATHLYN" Oc--ADMISSION--Sc AMERICAPTTHEATER TOMGHT "LUCILLE LOVE" On the "Verge of 'War 3 Ree'a 101 Bison 5 Reels oc Rain a Big Help to the Orchards. SPECIAL NOTICE! SEE LBCIL1E IOV E I 1 * THE OPEN AIR snBIES M) 1. STARTING FRIDAY EVEMftG, Jl I A 3, AT THP ROOF GARDEN S E WALICEH'S ESTIMATE. In his w i l l Judse Johns makes no mention of a, farm o w n e d by him in Canada, for the reason that he did not o w n it at the time the w i l l w a s writ ten He secured title to the Canada 'aim only aoolit two months ago He bought a half section S"0 acres pa ng $15 an acre for It Mr Bolen savs the land is worth all of that and would probablj bring more It is unde-stood that Judge Johns sold his farm in Minnesota a e a r or :w o ago In making out hi* personal schedule for Assessor W H. Foster recently Judge Johns gave his personal estate $3*S 000 That perhfiDs included both rils literarj librarv and his law hbrao as mil as othtr personal propertv I believe 5 · 000 is too high an es timate to place on the v a l u e of the estate of Judge Johns said S E \\alker Wednesday ' T h e figure will perhaps be nearer ?t0 000 He did not o w n as much real estate as some sup posed I understand that he sold the farm in Minnesota He o w n e d a half I n t e l est In the Kanan addition on W e«t Eldorado stiee and two lots in En terprlse addition and these properties and the land In Canada constitute all h s rea estate, so far as I know In making 1m schedule of personal crop ertv he doubtless ncluded his law II brarv literary librarv and other per sonal propertj His libraries were valuable I d o n t believe his entire estate will exceed »iO 003 Barn Was Filled, but House Was Unoccupied. OUR CITY "For I CHlzen of CItT " Bethan; Julj 1--The tenant house and barn on the Don Goetz firm were T u r n e d d o w n Saturdav afternoon T h e house was inocciipled h i t the barn w a s f i l of hav straw and feed A hoi se belonging to "W Cummings was burned also a number of Implements and a buprpv in the b a r n The fire w a s caused b a s-oark from a thresh ins m a c h i n e in a field close to the barn f a l l i n g in the straw The w i n d was so =trong it was I m p o s s i b l e to put it out STRIKES ^T TV. A"P CUTS LEG F r v l n Ronev s l f f e i c l a peculiar · cident Snndav a f t e r n o o n He had his knife in his hand and a v v a « p lit on his other hand In trv Ing to get the w a s p off his k n i f e si pped an! cut a ^ a s i one and one half inches deep to I h e boni in his leg Mr r onev Is get t l n p along nice v if no complications OTHEP ITEMS Mr Morton of Decatnr was in Beth TV M o n l a v looking after his f a r m i n g int t e s t s f n n d m a Ivendall w h o has I ei-n serious v ill w i t h heart trouble is i lit tie better G n j C u n n i n g h a m of Decatur is v i s t l n p r e l a t i v e s he e Mrs Fo ins^n and FHen Ronev spent Mondav in Decatu TV HEAT T L R N I N G OLT \\ELL The f a r m p r s aie a 1 ! l u v In their w h e a t fields The wheat is t u r n i n g o it f l n t a v e r a e i n K O p o u n d s to the l i s h e l The c o i n Is not sennuslv h u r t i i P t bv the dro th Mr s attlev spent 'UmSav in Deca f u r w i t h hie son R =attlev and fam'lv INJURED MT. ZION BOYS RESTING WELL In round numbers Decatur expends 5D 000 a sear on its public llbrar Pe 1 " haps the cost is the fact of least importance about an institu ion of such Interest and same to the commumtv It loaned 110 2^8 books m the last fiscal year In one daj SSS went out Tliere are now In the 1 brars 34 ~2S books Besides booVs there arp n the reading room 203 perlodlc-ils repre sentine the curient literature of he ·world Building and books represent an actual cash in\estment of mo-e than $100000 but there again t i e m o n e \ value falls far short of stating the rail value of the I i b i a r v In passing it is Interesting- to recall that Andrew Car negie gave the cltv $60 000 for the building 'V. hen the first shoveful of earth was t h r o w n for the building on March 27 1102 R R Montgom»r of the build Ing committee said ·fl e meet here today for the purpose of dedicating this ground to the use of the Decitur Public llbrar\ and starting an Improvement of more Importance to all of the citizens of Decatur than e-ve before made Hon t\ C Johns In making- the ad dress o£ the daj said T\e shall h a v e here alwavs a com panionship with the greatesa men and women of the world--and of all epochs TVith them we mas hold high converse of everything they knew--and we ma\ se ect the subject and the length of time 'he Interview mas engic ind command these great minds r\e our purposes He who has enl nee to a great Hbrarj of good books Is a king greater in power w i t h mightier resources at his command than ans ruler HOME GROWN TOMATOES SOLD Home grown tomatoes are heing soid In Decatur in increasing numbers At that not many are teing- soid There are not many either green or ripe Those that are h aught in are from the place of a gai ki er w h o has a big greenhouse north ot town and who started his tomato plants on St Valentine s day and put them outdoors after danger of frost was over with big tomatoes already set These are about as good as any tomatoes now coming to Decs,tur They retail at 35 cents for baskets holding about two quarts. Ml Zion Juh 1 --^ ilbur Scott and Edwin Harri the two j o u n p DOM w h o w e r e badlv injured h} the pre mature explosion of a toy cannon Mon r'aj atteinoon w e r e re=tms bette- to daj The Harris *ov i« thought to be o it of danger \\ 1 bui rented w ell la= night considering his serious condi tion and though he had a bad morn ing toda-v his condition w i s more 'a ·vorable this afternoon The attend ing phs-=ician s a i l M= chances wen bright ARTHUR GIRL TO WED IN OKLAHOMA Arthur Julj 1 --Miss Golda Hog F ard a former A r t h u gir] w h o ha boon teaching in Iklihorm. f i t v fo Ihe past several v e a r s and making he hi me w i t h her a u n t Mrs Emma Luke v-as niarr ed on Tune 1" to Charlo A lams of Muskogtf Okla and thi ccuple are row r e s i l i n g in the latte citv where the groom 1 olds a respon siblp position in a large i weln store The bride is a g n n l d a u g h t e r o' Mrs Elizabeth Corhett of thU citv am ras ether relatives here S le Is i giaduate of the \ r t h u r high school and of the Easter i lllino r norma scl ool at Charleston and is a most ex cellent soungr w o n an M Adams TV a formerly a resident of Tuscola ROGER SUL.WVAN COMING Rogej- C S u l l i v a i of Chicago Demo cratlc candidate for 1 niter- States sen ator is scheduled to v i s i t Arthur nex Mondav afternoon He will arriv here from At-vood by automobile a ^ 20 o clock and leaves at 1 00 for Tus cola People You Know FEW UPPLES; That central Illinois will produce ractically no apple crop this summer re the Indications from reports of ruit growers around and people trav ling through the countrj Man large rchards especially in the country cuth of here do not seem to have any pples E Wright Allen of near Har- istown who has a big orchard does ot expect over one third of a crop feOSIE TREES BARE ·All of my trees bore well last year aid Mr Alien and for that reason aey did not bloom this ear That is 'ten the case with apples when they ear we 1 one season Then too the ry weather has been against a crop row ing Mv winesaps and several thers are doing well but others aven t an apple on I harvested 1 iOt ushels of one varieti last year that won t get a bushel of this year FAIR PEACH CROPS Fruit raisers say there will prob- blv be a very fair peach crop Toay s rain will be a big help Of ou r se peach trees develop much be f peaches if not too loaded down )ut as it is right now thev do not aeve too manv on M A R K E T S CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE QUOTATIONS (Furnlihed by Ware * lAlaai.) Chicago July 1 --Following is the ranse of prices with yesterday s close no good 6Tc No 2 yt'low. 883SS4O. »» S -yellow 67%c M 4 vellOF none OATS--No 1 3"c No 8 36"4- No 4 non«J No 2 whlt» 3»%c standard 87}403Sc. No» 3 white, SKSS'^c No 4 white Low Close T«« 771» 78% 77% 77% 7-% T7£ 60% 60H 80% Threshing Will Be Delayed --Corn Shorts Cover. J u l y Stpt 1165 1182 Market Gossip. (Furslihed »J Coniey. Co.) OKLAHOMA CROP BEPORT. Chicago July 1 --Oklahoma, July report vkheat leld per acre 19 year ago 12 Com condition 82 June 61 last Jalj 83 Octol er 35 when crop was 52000000 bulhels Oat yi«ld 84 bushels acre year ago 25 PRICE Cl RRE!s T St Louis July 1 -- We now estimate winter wheat of the aurplus producing states as follows Ohio 42 427000 Indiana 44288000 Illinois 42246000 Missouri 89509000 Iowa 10 18000 Nebraska, 69855000 Kansas 137- 53o 000 Oklahoma 43137000 total 429340000 bushels Corn Oats Farmers Generally Well Pleased With Yield. Receipts-Wheat Tori Oats shipments Wheat Corn Oats At man of thp stations about Decatur especlallv to the south a good deal of new wheat i-. now being de ll\ered Tuesday night live or si-s loads were delivered between 6 30 and 30 in the e v e n i n g The farmero generally are well pleased vvith the jield OATS D O I N G WELL Most ot them sav the oats are coming out In good shape The are now just in tho milk stage The straw is *rort b i t t i e heads aie large and w i t h moisture ji st at this time will f i l l out w e l l and m\ke a good crop MONE-i AFLOAT Th»se t w o crops are the readj money crops and w i t h both of them good will :et a good deal of monev floating about in this section of the county in a si ort time That will accelerate the automobile and building and other sire*: es and w i l l do a good deal so far as thi« immediate neighborhood i« concerned to d spel that 'p=,chologi cal depress on that President Wilson referred to CORN Co'n continues to look well Men w h o h a v e been t i a v Miner over Illinois for v e a i = siv that it never looked bet- tei Last w e e k some of it beean to need rain but abo it all of It =een s to he getting it n i w Just .32 Inch Fell But Much Good. Did The drouth is nit broken vet but ·mid ea«ilj be I f the weather man vould keep on sprinkline a rain every few dav s now O t h e r w i s e the rain of edncsflav moriing w i l l be just like a little in a big broad de«ert Run bpEin iilllncr at an earl\ hour \\ ednesda\ morning but did not come d c w n good until about 5 30 Ftom then t l e r e was a ateadv h i t not a heavj downpour u n t i l abo it S during which time the precipitation was 32 of an Inch SO\KED IN It w i s one of those kind thatfaJls slow Is and soaks in good It was the best lam h ^ t e in ibont threp months as the top of the ground di In t show 11,1 harl ind drv w i t h i n ten minutes after the rain as had bee i the cises in any other little riln in ie-ent weeks It rained in all parts of this counts to lust about the sime extent as here although some places saj it was just about enough to make mud out of the dust All admit it will do much good h o w e \ e r toward helping along grow ing crops It is thought to be too late to do anv good to the oats crop which is ripening in a. short thin condition and with heads small and unfilled CHICAGO CABS Rets . 215 2tH Shpts B«td S5 115 80 215 22 204 Tr Ago 08 PRIMARY MOVEMENTS Today 504000 S5JOOO 80*000 VWOOO 78SOOO Tr Ago 829000 815,000 1208000 106000 ·57-000 +41 000 New York Sugar. New Tnrk Julv 1 --Raw «ugar. Mola§«es $2 6T centrifugal (3 32 Refined sugar steady Toledo Seeds. TolMo 0 July 1 -- CL01 EKSEED--Prime casr $8"0 October an December 59 SO TIMOTHY--Prime ca=h J2T4 September, S2-TH LIVESTOCK. ^ St. Louis Live Stock. =t Loul" July 1 -- HOGS-- R«celpts 7000 market 5 to lOc lower P gs and lights $- 00®a45 mixed and butchers |S.30@8.SO good h e a v y {545S850 CATTLE-- R e c e i p t s tSOO market slea4 N a t i v e heel §t»er« $*W«J925 cows and heifer. S5 OOS9 00 stockeis and feeders J500 C£7 G* Texas and Indian steers |5i5®840 ctms nnrt heifers |4 50@6 05 rative calves. ?G Ortrsq oO -- Receipts 5 oOO market steads sheared muttons ?4"53500 spring lames Kansas City Live Stock. Kansas Citv T Q I V l-- HOGS--Eeceiott COOO market 5c l o w e r Bulk »SI5@S3J h e a v v Ss"55i40 packers and butchers SS A SS40 l i g h t S8.15 iS i5 pigs S-W®«00 CATTLE--Receipts 4000 market steadi Prime fed irteert 8SO@930 dreMed best »teirs -50(2* 60 stockers and fe-ders $650 "iHEEP-Recelpts 1000 market steadv to 1(K. l o w e r Stockers end feeders $3 50(3« 00 Cleveland Live Stock. 1 S Stockvards Cleveland O July 1 -Bovver Bower report--HOGS--Receipts cars lowre Yorkers and heav |9 w LAMBb--!« SO CAIAE6--SHOO C VTTLE--$7 50®8 75 Indianapolis Live Stock. L S Stocks ards Indianapolis. J^S" ] -receipts 14 000 market big nickel lower top $840 bulk of sales 1835 Catt'e receipt! ivoo market best strong others easv Chicago Live Stock. Ch cago July 1 --Much more liberal receipts of hogs than expected made valufef In the cattle trade big shipments direct to packers formed a handicap on sellers She«p and Iam6« did not find a ready out- e H OG=-- Pecelpti 31000 market elow 5 to lOo under yesterdas a average Bulk of sale= «S!5'RS3'i liBhl $SOO(84 h e a v v 57 8 tffSOO plus »· 350820 CA.TTLB--Receipts 16000 morkj* «J«^ V to 10r lower r 1-S@9 41 steers S6908SM stockers and feeders IB7!SfSO cows ana heifers f 3 "018 SO calves !6 "5S» 3 SHEFP-Rece pt 20000 market slo w a n d w e a k to lOc lower Sheep 15 156 10 vear- hngs SS25S7S5 lambs $630®-00 springs 6 6323 10 55 WHEAT TO Chicago, July 1--Wheat roie today on account of strength at Liverpool and became) of rains which w«r« «x- peoted to delay threshlne of the winter crop Weakness In courte grain, how«T«f .ed to selling: that wiped out all the advance The Oklahoma stats report indicating; a yield more than twice lilt j e a r s total counted also against the bulls After opening U to »,c htglw the market gradually settled back to last nights levei Predictions of fair weather for the entire wheat belt tended to prevent any decided upturn In prices The close was firm at % to %r above iMt night Plentiful moisture southwest led to rush, of selling In the com crowd Shorts covering stopped the ensuing decline but not until after values had suffered a decided break The opening which was kc to l%c down was followed by an additional fall before any reaction set In Reports if improved eastern demand helped bring about a subsequent rally The close was unsettled, ranglnc from !V»c decline to Ic advance compared with last night Oat» eased off with corn Price changes, though ware not violent. Provision* clung to la»t night · «UJ- tatlons There was only a fair rol- ume o f business OF »HQ ACRE Tuscola Editor Has Bumper Crop in Douglas. Tuscola. Julv 1 --Wheat threshing in this vicinity has commenced and the bumper crop so far reported is that of Editor Mvron E Bigelow of the Tin- cola Journal, who threshed the w h e a t from twelve acres of ground on hin farm south of Tuscola on Tuesdav Th» vleld was 415 bushels or a little over forti one bjshels, an a"r» BOURBON WHEAT FIELDS Arthur Juls 1 -- The follow .ng- good ueids of w h e a t are reported from the i K i n l t v of Bourbon Henry Compton thirty -four aoree twent flse an* one half bushe 1 ! »^ erage twenty acre*, thirty twentF-ttw Miss Marv Donnellv of Lincoln Iveb Is In the cits the guest of Mrs J M Ehrman 1173 West Macon street Miss Esther t\ ittkopf of St J_,ouis Is visiting Violet and Adeline Mattes Miss Eliza Powell of Henderson Ky Is the guest of Mrs Hanna Ballej and Miss Lou McRevnolds 503 South Church street After a vi«lt here, Miss Powell will BO to Chicaso and from there to St Paul Minn Miss Eliza Powell of Henderson Ky Is visiting Mrs Hannah Bailey and Miss Lou McRevnolds 503 South Church street From Decatur she will go to Chicago for a week and from there to Et Paul Minn COTTON CROP AWAY BELOW NORMAL Washington July 1 --The area, planted to cotton this jear la 36 960 000 acres the department of agriculture announced today The condition of the crop on June 25 was 79 6 per cent of a normal GRAIN RATES AGAIN HALTED Springfie'd July 1--A suspension of the proposed advance of one cent a hundred pounds all hauls on the rate of gialn shipments in Illinois was further ordered by the Illinois public utilities commission yesterday until Oct 15 The latest delay In the effectiveness of the new rate Is brought about to afford the new utilities commission more time In which to inquire into the merits of th» case. _ i PRODUCE. Chicago Produce. Chicago Julv 1--BLTTER unchanged EGOS--Receipts 11054 cas«« uFchaand CHEESE--Lower Daisies 14Ji@14He wins 14@UV4C A-merlcas 15Q15V,c long ln pOTATOE%--^Receipts 5 oors unchanged. POLLTRv.-- A l i v e unchanged New York Produce. New York Julj I--BLTTER--Steady and unchanged receipts 12000 tubs CHEESE--Steadier and unchanged, receipts 5 000 boxee EGOS--Irregular and unchanged receipt' 18000 cases POL LTRT--Dressed Irregular Je«t chicken" frozen 14H©20c, fowls ISSglSHc turkevs 25*3260 POULTRY--Live steady Western chlck- brollen 29@30c lowlt, ISMc tarkeyt -0 Mrs Beardeley bushels aseraee C, N Jonee forty acres bushels a\e»«Ke 18 ACHES AKD *tO BPSHBlrS. Shelbj \llle, Jul\ 1 --Wheat on the farm of C P Roberts of thl» city was threshed Monda and turned out «x ceptlonalls well Eighteen acr«« of wheat yielded 61S bushel*, or more than 34 bushels to the acre, which ll the largest vleld jet reported her« The farm lies near Lakewood GOOD 'WHEAT AT STOirTOTOJf. S'onlnglon Tjlv 1 -- The ftrtt ear of new wheat from Christian county was shipped from here Thursday afternoon by J S Guthridne. manar«r of the Lovel»ss elevator The wheat graded No 2 This Is said to b« at least ten days earlier than any whtat e\er shipped out of the countj before Tom Stringer who lives on Tom Dy»r » farm Ju»t west of town. thro»h«l (2 acres of wheat Wednesday which made 7«6 bushels or a fraction ov»r 80 buih- els pe- acre It tested 59 poundt and h« received 70 cents per bushsl for It making him o v p r J'l p'r ir-t BROOM CORN CROP MADE IN DOUGLAS Tuscola, July 1 -- Th» farmera th«r» say that their broomcorn crop !· rnad« f n d that the oats -will be consider- aMj bene'ltel tvhilo meadowi clover an I a l f i l f s xvill amojnt to something Tno corn I-HQ be»n drooplns a little hut now wi i roon be 10 tall that it cun ncl tr culfnoted - 1 - ev- GRAIN. Peoria Cash Market. Peorla July L-- CORN-- Unchanged to «c igher No 2 sellow Me ho 8 yellow 88c o ? mixed 6"c, No * ml«d 66We lamjlle @63Wc OATS-- Unchanged to 'Ac lower No t whit« aasaarc «tand»rd Sai4c ^o 3 white No 4 white SSc Chicago Cash Market Chicago July 1 - WHEAT-- No 2 red 79%@8Hc r.o 2 hard. 79X(8Slc, No 2 nortSarn STSSOc No t iprlnf M«8Sc CORN-- No a and No 2 yellow, not quoted No S yellow, WifflBSKc .OATS-- No 8 while. 88!4«8T14c itand»r« 3 'T*IM?THT-- 14 «aS SO CLOVER-- 110 ffllT 00 PORK-- 841 65 L ARD-- »10 00 RIBS-- m.6oan tr St. Louis Cash Market st Louta, July 1 --WHEAT-- No 3 red TJ54 ISTic No 1 red 78aJ«c No 4 red, «8KeWo JTo hard wlnwr, 7fa»SVic. No a hard wla- . «,He . Wo. i, »6e. HHDYTO FRY Sets Incubators and Hens at Same Time. Assumption, Julv l --Mra. Mlk« Donovan has hatched from Incubatora 780 chickens She sets hem at the Mm* time she sets her Incubator* «nd th«n divides the chicken* among the hem She has 250 that weigh Irom one and one-half pounds to two pounds 8h« also has hatched from Incubators forty ducka and several geese. Aden and Otis Donovan have rented, the land of their uncle Joe Slmona, Jr. It consists ot 200 acres, southweit ·£ Assumption. , , ., . ^ SPAFLKI

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