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Page Twelv* T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Thursday Evening, July 2, 1914' Cost of Want Ads in The Daily Review 6c per line for first Insertion. 3Jic per line for each subsequent consecutive insertion. i Minimum charge 20 cents. I line. S lltnrs 2fc « linn !t tlnu-a snr 4 lines S limn 40r 1 llnpi 7 t i m e s 40t 2 linen 7 times. r ; **"· 4 llnei 7 t l m t - d . Btlt 2 lines ^0 tlm*-* ?!.-' 5 llmm »· t i m e s 1 *0 4 linen ,';0 t i m e s 2 « No advertisement accepted for Irsfl t h n n t w o llnrs. Count six ordlnao words to r n r h l i n e D i s c o n t i n u a n c e of advertising rnual be In w r l t t n u It w i l l not be a?- C'-j't'-ri ny phone. Thin protects your I n t e r e s t ! as wf'.l aa oura. If You-Can't Bring or Send Your Want Ad Phone Bell Auto Couri«*n'm opiTiUoiw. t h o r o u g h l y f a - t n i l l a r w i t h i«!'·». ru«-!. u m i cl.is.---l- fl'-ntl'tn!", w i l l R i v e y o n c o m p l e t e i n tm t n n t : i n . A m i , I T y o n w,l«h. they » l ' l .!!!·!!'! you in w o n i i n i ; your w a n t ad to m n k o it m i « t c f f f c t l \ e . Ad* arct*ptfrt by telephone to a f - romnin'l.'ite you If your n a m e IB In I h f i » ' l f r h o n B directory. Every Home Has Use for J-feviow Want Ads FOR RENT, HOUSEiS-?(Com.) LOST AND LOST--Thuretinv. H w a t c h « h n l n w i t h » t t a c h - l . i n i i i f t i s A I f S. J l p t u r n J.O.--T -- ^ i t n r l n y m o r n i n g . H r.'"-kri: pin L t h - BFMI r c W R r d If r*-tnrn'-fl tr. r r ' N U f U n . p . arv. MI i t k m Tit-iK 7 - ; ' v -' t r)ST-- T a n t s o brn-n^h. r( · al c o l o r , p o s U h ' v -l*\ W M i - n ^ r u i n . i s ' ^ r tioupe K « - t u : n " 11MJ; W. Decatur St., 5 rooms a\J, barn,, .$15 741! E, Center St., G rooms, modern $20 1157 N. Clinton St., 8 rooms, modern..$22.50 1250 N. C l i n t o n St., 8 rooms, modern. .£18.00 115» IV. Cottage Hill, S rooms, modern. .$20.00 f'.13 S. Broadway, 6 rooms, modern... .J22.00 13i::i N M a i n St., S rooms and garage. .J35.00 1705 N. College S t , 9 rooms, modern.. .?20 00 Till N. Morgan, 0 rooms, newly papered.$15.00 J'TiT \V Green. 6 roonib, .Elec. l i g h t . . . , ? 10.00 ,v;_ \\'' M a i n St., 10 rms, modern, new. lUj'.» \V. Decatur St., S rooms, m o d e r n . . 1117 St Louii Av., rooms, barn, mod.. rJ4 \\'l Prairie Av., 5 rooms, city H t . . r.,''.T W. Mat-on St, 8 rooma ;*,»» N e w St , S rooma M a n y others at JS.GO to $75 00. Sizes from 3 rooms to 17. · Meridith Rent Co. ^iR RENT--Cottage, thoroughly modern. J. L, Drake, 530 X. Main. 7443 FOH RENT--Modern 9 room house. 901 W. Macon; modern 7 room house, 138T N Clinton. Bell . r .4;i\ 7;:7 FOR KENT--Furnished for summer, 4 room cottage, 14R3 W. Wood, $15 per m o n t h ; p u r t l y modern. A p p l y Mr. Kennedy, Bell 977, care M u t u a l Protective League. 73S3 FOR R E N T -- T w o ^ood modern houses, Oakland avenue. L. C, Waltcns, 133 E. Prairie strcei. 7384 FOR RENT--Strictly modern 5 room cottage. no chl'dren. Inquire 3H1 E. Center. A u t o 4IWMi. 73M FOR R E N T -- F i n e large residence in excel- U-nt ronriltlon. suitable for first rlass b o i r d i n g hou.=e. Reference?. 453 N o r t h Frankl i n . 731.V3 F("*R RENT--Seven rooma and bath; modern J1.1C E. N o r t h . 73US FOR R E N T -- S i x room partly modern h o u s e , in good r e n d i t i o n . A p p l y 1412 E. N o r t h . JOB. Swantz. 7251 FOR K E N T OR SALE--New modern 5 room cottage. SSI B. Lawrence; one block from r n r lint-. fifilO FOE RENT-FLATS. FOR R E N T -- F l a t s on North Main St , on 2nd and 3rd iJoors. B u l l a r d Eldp. I n q u n e L W. B i l l i a r d , Citixens N a t i o n a l Bank. 7-115 LOST--A c h i l d 1 * O c r m i n nl ! V. r v n n i t v pur?. Finl-- n·'!·*·· -vi r- ' r *" .«*· 7 ." "\\ r i i- - irrJ k ^ « . , r . ) 7.X2 SITUATIONS WANTED. HELP WANTED. F » ' K RENT--'--room m o d e r n a p a r t m e n t . 1-H.i W. M a r n n H*at antl j a n i t o r service St-p E T- Q u i n l a n . 4IS M i i l i k m B!dp, Boll 21T.1- ·JN12. A u t o 421ll. 7 4 1 1 POR K E N T -- N e w si\ i CJGIII m o d e r n f l a t s ; ground f l n n r : large sleeping porrh; clcu-f '" C. M c D o n a l d . R-trs S W i i t e f . TIS^H FOR R E N T -- T h o r o u c h l v t n o d n r n 5 r n n m f i a t t o p a r t i e s w i t h o u t r h i M - e n Beit phont !47, " ! -"OK KENT--?*-", en room f l a t ; modern, w i t h ·"'!-· h"it nn-i e k f t r i c h c h t : v a c u u m c l e a n e r .T^il 1 an 1 tor sprvure A p p l y Drs. Brovi n ,!irk. 134-131 \\'. P r a i r i e . CCi2l» FOU RENT-ROOMS. FOR R E N T -- F u i rushed room; modern ; p r iv a t e f a m i l y . £7-i W. Man 7471 FOK K H N T -- F u r n i s h p d rooms at 123 E. Main.. ;5n! f l ^ n r ; n ^ v l y papT^d and painted. 7-17'. W A N T E L * -- V n "- « ' - n n n tfH» :in,! r.i". * · ' P k ' f i r ' " "" HELP WANTED--MALE. | HO. .M? FOR K E N T -- In n e w l y f u r n i s h e d f'.at [ k!t'-h'-n r r n i l e g p p . D e ' I 4Gl". 741 FUH i : E N T -- »fn!shc-d rooni-s; modern c n n \ ' - n U n i f S 41 N f h u n h. 744 r.-nn-ip. u p p e r f!a'. i::j W. P r a i r i e 1 " ' i : !;i:NT F u r n i s h ' 1 ! r o n m s a n d barn ("all i- 4"" P. \V H v r 71U N l ^ e , larpp t r o n t room w i t h a! i t " K * - \ . . w E k J e , 124 W. N o r t h KI"!. i:n\"T -- L-'iru" pleas:inc f r o n t room, f u r ni'.h. i'. or u n f u r n i s h e d ; modern. 351 W OK K E N T -- I * a r g o f r o n t room on pecoml f l o o r ; j t - i r t l v modTn 44$ N. C h u r r h . 7 OP. H K N T -- F u r n i s h e d room; modern, ci . 1(2 X r h u n h f B"l! Jl'f.0 7400 HELP WANTED-FEMALE_ \\ \ - ; : · ' M' · · u V N ;·! I - - K \ - · * f, · K « ' R K E N T -- N i r e i v f n r n i " h M m o d e r n rooms. n n \ a t » f n m i ' v , ;;(H W. W n n d Bell p h n n r ll.'J "061 " R R E N T -- X I r e room in modern h o m e nn^ -: n a 1, ';i m Sly ; p^nt i o m n n p re f e r red. 01 r R E N T -- - f u r n i s h e r ! rooms for p; fcrounrt f l o o r . O7f E \ V l l l f a m . 'R R f l N T -- P l e a s a n t p ' o c p i n ^ room; nmcl- i n ; p e n t l f m c n o n l y -JH W. "Wood. 731! MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. TV A NT CD-- C-irpfTiU-r u m k to 1^ u n ^ e r F-«T. · n n t r a c t . » r O -HT, IV:-T 7 4 7 WAN'TKr*-- H'f R UF.N'T--Furnished rooms Modern, prl- e n t r . T n c . ' f.lf W. M a i n . Bell 2417. ''$33 LIGHT HOTJSEKEEPINa. »n T:FiNT~2 f u i n i s h e t l room3 Cor llgh ]\ri pini: · rm-tli rn con\ cnienccs. N . ;fi« MT. Wor^r]. 717' FOi: R K X T -- 2 rnoniB f u r n i s h e d for H h t hn]s k ' r p l n p : gas and t o l l o t ; no children tr,x s Watrr Ht. * 717," . in F M i l n W \ N T I " l -- \ : i f ^ : m-r«i to k n o w tl ev - hm e !*-nd fr k r"r-r.\.r1 fyt^.T of f h n i N o t i f y '^': !!»:n f r l ' - . ;iM ,V. M n y i - n c . T S . H p^hon" 2471; A u t o . ::»!·) 7t'J TVANTEI*--f.'trp ( n i - r i n c s t h i n K i n ^ . J t HO a n up: n ' ; k!n!« ·' rrp'U'-Intr rTiJom' 1 '" n" wfirk na -h"Sp as the rh*-;ip''«r fn'.' A n f o 4TH2 TI'JO r!rflninir by T K I -- A ' l kind* of c a r p e n t e r work; '.ni n:.'\ o M jr,M of aM k i n d s E f. !M 'MI 73fRl W A N T E P - - A I 1 K i n d s o f n . - w i n c Call M l r tr |. fl nn i f t T f, p. m T ^ l l 4X1. 7:nt W A N T TCP -- To'.ir p f l i r t J i r . p a p r r hnnr;intr u n d r t T o r n t l n e : ft-'s* c l r m , w o r k p u n r a n - tP-d f o n d ^ n B r o s . J V ' i 2"-«|. «r!7 F. C o n ^ f t WANTEB TO BUY W A N T E D - -7" t"ir K-'n] ««rrn-J"ind 4-burTr- W A NTT.n - To b u y nr ·, i Bf rnl'k stf.n,i '..rnt'on- r.rll .IV.i. Tny. V ' I I pay t h p h l p h e v rn*h prices for uonfl nto»*«i. rup* and rr-rrlr'TTtor^, flr will tnke In o!d f n r n ! t i : r w as f l r * t p n x m r n t on new. Home Out fitters, Auto ohnnt 1MI. 3701 BOASDEES WANTED. V / A X T K 1 - l . - i . l v t o h o a r i l i m l ro,. m . m o d e r n Tt. 1 7 M * t::*-. U v.'on.' 74;;: S __ BOARD WANTED,. W A . N T K l " MnTrT't.Tr "l nr''.· n:.~n~7n p r t v n l T T a m i l v , r l n ^ f in G !.".." n r - Hi view. 74.".*, FOR RENT-HOUSES. FOR Hr.VT-M..i|"n r.-rnnm h m w p . l m n ] r - tim. pa* .«tovo. ( . ' i n i l f - F vory d"S.r;il)W h o m e 4.".7 S. O.-ik!an.l. A u t o VU" ' 7 m j FOR HEN'T--P-r««m m-'. rn - nttae*- l"7'»1 N. E d w a r d St. A p p l y 17'Ji \ F.hvnM. 71C7 FOR R E N T -- H n n « o n -- o n - 4-rn7|^ !TM i wn S-room. $10 flni* io W n t ' T ' t chop* i i f ' i 4623, 71"" FOR R E N T -- P t r l r i l v mod-rn ^ - r ^ n m ho S2S F f*nntn*ll \ i i t n p h n n r r/i7. r » FOR RENT--N'ru- ^ r^^ni r r « i i r ^ T T i o d c r u Mcept f n r n n r - r pnpr.r-r1 i f , j E. M a i n Fr«d Cawlt. A u t o 1 r-n *· 7421; FOR R E N T -- P r V K - K O f t M S T T l i r T L V M O p K R N roTTAor,. ;;IT KAST n r VISION* * FOCR-nOOf rriTTACR. ViO SOrTH J ^ r - K - " SON FT P K O f ; . \ M ft r O M P A N T BP'T.I, K2 HOME. lO.'i.. 7114 HR ITHXT--Slopping nnd l i K t i t houeekecpInc: roftms. 511 B Prairie. 747!! r.KNT--t^irce room for l i g h t hou pinjr. ISIS N. Watrr. 747? n R RT5NT--Rooms for light h n u p e k e e p l n c , q u i e * ; modern. Bell 44.V. S20 N, Monroe 7-HJ3 FOK RENT--2 nicely f u r n i s h e d rooms fo: l i s h t h o u s e k e e p i n g , ?10 per month. 437 N'. Jackson. T FOR I;EXT--Light hnusekeppms: two, 3 or ·i ffonrt room?. Bell phone 1504. 7-J07 FOR RENT--Three nev/ly papered f u r n i s h e d rooms for l i g h t h n u s f k e e p i n g ; modern. ."i2 X ^rorpnn. 7400 FOR RENT--Two room for l i g h t h o u s p - k^eptnif. 84. r i E. Orchard. 737S FOR HKXT--Ono lfir?e f u r n i s h f - d room for Mr:lit housekeeping; modern S44 N W a t e r street. 734G F'~»R RKNT--Nicely furnished modern room? for light house k e e p i n g 1200 W. Macon. ?1M)S FOR RENT--Three nicely furnished downstairs rnnrna Tor Hcht housekeeping: modern ( o n v e n l e n c o B . Bell 2SH6. IL'29 \V. Maron. 71==!1 FOR REITT. O H RBNT--Store room, 735 N. Water. $20 JJT m o n t h . Apply Max Atlass. 7370 FOR R E N T -- Stores. -- . to ?19 per month, n e a r l y opposite roof garden on Eldorado; rlo.se to Water St. 7306 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. FOH F A T , E -- F u l l equipped grocery and m e n t markPi at bargain: stork nt invoice: -will lea?o r i x t u r r p ; will t n k e Rood Ford c a r ; bal- n n c ^ cash. L. A. H.. care National Grocery To 7153 A CLASSY LITTLE RESTAURANT Well located, well established, in Decatur. For sale or exchange, and a bargain either-way. Dccatur Real Estate Exchange, r! 17-318 Citizens' Batik Bldg. Both Phones. M O V I N G P I C T U R E SHOW FOR SALE, isf.t--Thin phow Is located in r l t y nf no.O'io i n o r t h o r n I l l i n o i s , In nrick b u i l d i n g . 21x00; -art h f r o n t ; consists of mirror screen, 2 Eil- ·nn m a c l i l n e r ; , double dissolving stereopti- m ; 3iv seats, electric! f a n s , r a i E e d f i o o r ; i n n n ; motor rewind, e v e r y t h i n g I n f i r s t '·i:-5 c o n d i t i o n ; 2 year lease at $135 per u n t h Prlrp Sl.rjflO. Doing line business. 737u C. A. BURKS. S23-324-325 Citizens Bank Bulldlnff BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES (CON.) FOR SALE--Lunch room and furniture. 3o9 E. Main T4M LIVE STOCK. FOR SALE--Extra good, g e n t l e pony and rig; would consider trade. 134S X. Church FOR SALE--One Jersey and Holsteln cow fresh; 570. Old plione 1-J45. 743! FOR SALE--4 m f l c h cows, two to f i v e years old, w i t h call at Bide. W9 W. Decatur St Bell 1003. 7400 FOR SALE--Team of good heavy bay horses Sell cheap If taken at once. 3 mllee northwest of city. Auto 7 on 22, H. C. Goodrich. 7339 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE--Horae C y e a r s old; s o u n d ; weight, 1100 pounds. C a l l 7-10 E. Sangamon from 5 to 8 a. m,, or at noon. 74JO FOR SALE--Shethind o u t f i t : pony 7 years years o l d : forty irlclics h i g h ; rubber t i r e 2- seated r u n a b o u t . T M. Hutchison, .Clarence. 111. * 73S3 FOR SALE--Horse, harness and spring \vr.ROn Call IflTO N. Broadway. Bell 4020 7,TT! FOR PA US--Nice black d i i v i n i ? horse-, com- i n g o years old. Will sell r h e a p if t a k e n n t once. R2f. S. C n l f a x . 73«S HOUSEHOLD GOODS. FOR SALi:--f rooms of household RrmdF at a b a i p a i n , if sold r i c h t away. A u t n phone 12r7. T47.2 Real "Bargains. If yo'i nre looking for real bargains In new or s l i g h t I v uj=fd l u r n i t u r e , we have them. C a l l and b« c o n v i n c e d t h a t we can save you mones S a t i s f a c t i o n g u a r a n t e e d . D. 0. Holt Furniture Co., Bell 277S 232 E Main St. 5017 Auto lira FOR P A L E -- U n a ran^e good as new. imed t w o m o n t )IF has VIIE: o \ t - n , cost 5,'to, w i l l t a k e $- Edison Hcni» Hi a p h n p l i o n * l a t e r size, good n p new. coFt 5^5, c h r - a p for .10; ha\ P t h i n v or f o r t y t Tords and ^nse. horn l a r s o t!2i a l p o nne t h OUST ml r n l l a of w a l l paper, f u m e '-f it I P i heap p a p p r , but nio^t of it ,\}n-n;i\ (\ All POPS tor Ic a roll. Here a i e Fom- f - x ' V . p t j o n a l b a r g a i n s f a l l X. AY. A v e r s . 17-1 i: N o r t h I f not honip on X o r i h Pt , r;ill n i th* 1 c o r n e r of N n r t h and T h i n I. A u t o m a t i c M M 7"SO FOR F A L D -- A l u m i n u m flrel**FB r o o k e r : la Tiio\ver a n d ee\ era! o t h e r a r t i c l e s , "n r.r,no T; PTORA1E T K K FOi? P A L H oOO cHst- f i ' i l t i n r s ............... IV ivon !'»ls .................. 5' nfl 2.". bed F i r i ! i e « ................... " lO '' settee- ...................... 5J IV. Co., E C^rro G o r d o Pt Bargains. F ' i K r EXT --Coolest f u r n i s h e d room in c i t y . , j p r n ,Tte, Tno-If rn. c'oFt 1 Bt'M 11-f. 74"''i i FOK m : N T ~ T " n * u r n i s h t ? d rooms. 3rd H o u r , ] I l'f-'!.!:n St. T T. tfprmcer. 124 M ^ r c h a t I * 7151 T T o M i n e b"dr. !3 u p - c e n t e r tables, 25o · p ; ga.-ohin 1 rani;t-s. SJ 50 nnd up; bed steads, i«'c an- 1 , up, bed "sprint. .'iiV a m i up; 12 iri'-h · ' p f t r i c f.in ^iirap O t h e r h a r p T i n « too mi- · i r - i o u ? to m ^ i t . o n E'ltlorndo a"d iK-pnt cars - t o p at ."tore A l b e - t C B h c k e l 7-32 E Eldorado fct , A u t o loOl. 630: Tlio Exchange. EXCHANGE--(Continued.) WANTED--To trade for a small stora or business. Address F-77C, Review. BICYCLES AND ATJTOS. FOR SALE--Indian Twin Tantlem attachment, condition fine. 42T W M a r i e t t a St. 73!)S FOR SALE--Stoddard-Dayton e a r ; quiet, smooth r u n n i n g ; f i n e c o n d i t i o n ; a bargain of the season. F-140. ReUew. MUSICAL GOODS. FOR SALE--KinibaV make piano, cheap for quk-k saie. Good c o n d i t i o n Good reason for selling. "18 E. W h l t m c r Bell phone 2083. 73DI FOR SALE--Square prnnd piano sounding hoard, p r f o c t cabinet w o r k . Perfect keys. o u t of tun**; n n e P t r i n p broken. Pnrp f!5. Call at 407 E M a i n i m m e d i a t e l y . 7.100 VEHICLES. FOR SALE--Peter S h u t t e r w a g o n , practic- a l l y nev. : \\\\\ pell cheap \V. J. MorRan. DfiiU X. Krt \vai-d 7410 FOR SA1E-MISCELLANEOITS. FOK PALE--4 saftis. in good Fhape. cheap, a1 1)S ?. Mam St Bell phone :!251. G. G R u p t - r l 74-if FOH R A L E -- S e \ e r a l t h o u s a n d second h a n r brick. 74! \V. D e r a t u r St. Belt 3003. "405 FOR H A L E -- H f r n n r t hand e l e c t r i c f a n ; w i t sell c h e a p if t a k » n at onre Direct c u r r e n t WO N. M a i n ?·""! BOOK B I N D I N G -- PRACTICAL BOOK hind Ins and b l a n k hook m a n u f a c t u r i n g 127 South Water strcpt. Decatur. 111. Her- rrmn Spies. M a g a z i n e bound. namei stamped in gold on tnoks. pocketbooks and m e m o r a n d u m hfioks. toilet- cases, etc. POTTLTRY. BIKDS AND PETS. FOi: SALE--5*x p p r i n s c h i c k e n s ; call and ;ake y o u r rlioi*^ for Ti'V each. C. A H a - zelriek,'. H m i l ^ F n n r t h on Voter street rnarl A u t o m a t i c i i l m n f . 1 on 7 T4-"6 F O R S A L E -- B r o w n w a t e r spaniel puppies, n e » U s old r a i l at 1M20 W. Howard Pt. or A u l o phonr. r.177. " FOR PALE -- Aneoia, k i t t e n s Auto SS" 1 ^ N P h u r c h FOH PAL?:-- T h r p p pure hrert Collie p u p o u t o f xvorUms Eirp-? a n d d a m w o r k i n g b H f k anr! w h i t e . I n q u i r e Wilson b n r n . 210 \\*. Wnod. . 6313 TYPEWSITEKS FOH FALF: -- rnricr now; r n ^ n r . a h l p . ^ to 11 a. !- nnci t y p e w r i t e r N'o. -I 1 C a l l 347 Stewart A \ . ~ MONEY TO LOAN. I P Y C i l . h a \ « a lot, J. A A d a m s w i l l fu n f = 'i n-.^noN t o ' b u i l d you a house. 91! \ V ' i t t r. B e l l '4900. 71 Furniture W i l l p a v most for slightly uecfl Plano^. F u r n i t u r e . Carpeti, Eugs, Stoves and Refrigerators; or will exchange new for old. Meriditli Furinturo Co. Bell phones: 40B-413. A u t o : IMS. 320-350 C'erro Gordo St. 1T.VS Furniture I buy, iell or exchange new or t l i g h t l y uaed f u r n i t u r e , stoves, rugs. etc. M. A, Peahody , 121-0 E. North St, 4741 -I- FARM LANDS. FOK SALE--271- acres cnod l e \ o l l a n d , u n - miproved; G m i ' o s o u t , $1-0 per n r i t . 1" E. G r a n d Av. 7-K.J - R SALE--Farmer saved Sl-.iX*' 1 , b o u g h t f a r m ." days li fc*rc* t h o b a n k 1 .nlci 1 ., bar- pains in f a r m s t h a t arc t a r m s . w i l l r a i s e p crops of i orn. i;its. a l f a l f a , pot.itnt";. c i c v , etc B a r p i i n « i n X f b r a c k s , J h r m e s n t a , v\'i--con?!n and - M n u t . i n a la'-nn; n m } r n n r h c p . Jloet mo face to fare, I u - i l l h * i p you p l i n t d i m r s w h e r e y o u i\!ll l i a r v t F t d o l l a r s W r i t r w h e n you can com* 1 , I w i l l a mine 0 tn mrct yo i . State u here you wish to m v r s t or loc a l e . I w i l l m a k e y o u mom y. W. E. P a i t o n . Fnlrmcmt, Xeb. " FOK a A L E -- f t n t r a l Wisconsin f a r m , aero farm w i t h pond hou?**. n e a r l y nt two harns; ~r ar ros u n d e r plo^i ; price f-"it per acre, w i l l consii'ler s m a l l p i o c k of h a r d w a r e in t r a d e . For f u n h o r l u r t i o n l a r a w r i t e A. .T O!PFOII, M o n t f o r t . \\i? WW FOR SALK--Good Kansas w h e a t , a l f a l f a and stock l a n d s . $111^0 to $4O.W ppr acr^. ,1. P ^^"(~l^thinpton. 702 Commerce b u i l d i n g , Kansas City, ilo. 0013 FOR SALE--IOWA L A N D S : R,"i GOOD IMPROVED F A R M S AND TOWN LOTS AT A N D A R O r N D FTiNTON. TCWTX AND B A N CROFT. TOWA PHILIP VTEESBROD. F E N TON, 3OWA Cfi37 FOR SALE--120 arros improved l a n d . 3 m i l e s n o r t h e a s t rf A V I n d E o r ; b a r g a i n if taken poon. T R. Thompson. 301 S n u t h Buckpyo. Io!a. Kan ont)2 CITY PROPERTY. FOR 'ALK--S-room modern hoi:=e and barn. 7.".1 W Vet atiir, $2.700; lot w o r t h ?l.v"1; S^Hi cash, bahmcfi m o n t h l y . \\' C. Fcarn. ;ns X. Churt.h. Ijptl (St. 7-354 FOR SAI-.K--Four ronni h o u s p w l t l i g a s - good TV el! and l a w n . If 1-17 E. Eldorado. I n q u l t o - 3SS* East Avenue. 7;,70 FOR SA LE--S2..VH) for fi room, modern house, north part. Bell -'90S, CM'd FOIl SALE--Good 7 room m o d e r n h o u s e ; Good location. Bargain. 103S X. Church. SUBURBAN FOR SALE--The most b e a u t i f u l site in Maron c o u n t y for a s u b u r b a n home, located a m i l e and a half n o r t h of D c r n t u r , on I n t e r - u r b a n line. A r t i s t i c a l l y studded by n a t u r e w i t h Tine, old elm trees--, c r r e K g r a c e f u l l y encircles the front, a f f o r d i n g o p p o r t u n i t y to b u i l d a r t i s t i c bridge, s u m m e r cottage now on it. W i l l sell w i t h the Improvements, on this one acre, for $l/*m.OO. J. E Yohe, 14(1 East Prarie avenue. ' 7421 TO EXCHANGE. ILL. FARM FOR MODERN RESIDENCE 1493--Farm of 4S acres, located in J e f f e r son County. S'i miles from countv seat, 1 mile from school, y 3 mile from chur't h l^oarh soil with c l a y s u h s o H ; g e n t l y r o l l i n g , optfn d r s J n a R e ; 2 storv .S room IIOUFP In good con- d i t i o n ; 2 g-ood Ij.irna nnd sheds; m i l k h o u s e w i t h concrete floor. Price $fi,f'OO, m i b i r c t to $1,000. W i l l c n n p ] l f r good modern residence. 7374 0. A. BURKS. 323-324-325 Citizens Bank B u i l d i n g , D E C A T U R RESIDENCE FOR TRADE. 34SD--This 2 storv, n room f r a m e residence Is located in n o r t h part of city, on pn\r! street, w i t h walks, w a f r , s e n e r , gas, A I tic and f u l l b a s e m e n t ; large f r o n t and b a c k porches; Ftrk-tly modern w i t h gas and electric lights, m.intPt and p r a t e ; l a u n d r y cis- t e r n ; b n r n nrul pfir.icc Price $J730, subject to $2700. will consider small farm. 7.".73 C. A. BURKS. 328-324-S25 cltlzrns Bank Building For Trade. Could use good house and lot in exchange for nne of the best restaurants in DecaUir, r u n n i n g full blast and dolni: f i n e business. Can show you hooks for pa?t six months. It's a money m a k e r ; owner going away. W h a t ha\ e you to trade. Could use vacant lots. Kee ma for f u r t h e r i n f o r m a t i o n . Brneck. , 127 E. Prairie. 73SS C A N T E D -- To exchange miscellaneous stamps for United Trading Stamps. F-394. Review. Farm Loans. $:uO,000 to loan on Illinois l a n d ; loans mad \ i ' h o u t d e l a y . Call or ivrlte. G705 J. E. Patterson, ' 401 M l l l i k m E ' d s , Docatur. III. F A R M A N D C I T V L O A N S -- A n y a m o u n t , 5 .uid (!·; I n t r u s t . D D H i l l A t t o r n e i , H13- .114 M i l l l k i t i HUig.. Decatur 0;?4" t J I I J J f S f J t J I f J 5 I f S ? f J I J * $ 5loney to T.oan $ $ $ On best possible p l a n First the % t S $ lowest cost, second the payments S S $ S are a r r a n g e d to suit the borrower S S $ 5 a n d ran be made e i t h e r w e e k l y or S * I J m o n t h l y - And last, but not least, £ S S e v e r y t h i n g c o n f i d e n t i a l . When you $ J S S r o m e · - us for a loan, you can J 5 $ h a \ e the m o n e v u - I t h l n an hour or J S $ two. Any a m o u n t from $1000 up S $ $ 5 i'ou pay only fnr the actual t i m e i . $ $ you k e e p the money. Gail and * * J 5 see us ft hen n e e d i n R a loan. Rooms f S $ S 7 and 8. C o n k l l n Bldg. Half block $ $ S I n o r t h of T i a n s f e r House, 144 N o r t h $ $ J k M n i n street. B e l l phone 2041; Auto. S t J 1595. M Illinois Mortgage Loan Co. f $ t $ S S 3 $ ( $ $ S * $ L $ £ £ $ ? * ! ? * --YOU CAN BORHOW ANY AMOUNT-None too- largp- N o n e too small. We lend money on F u r n i t u r e . Pianos, Horses, Carriages. Goods in Storage. Cattle. Grain, G r o w i n g Crop*, etc. Easier terms than other b r o k e r s Al-o we buy N O T C P Telephone No. 134 OLDEST LOAN OFFirS IN* CITY, established 1SS1!. A, T S U M M E R S ft SOX. T i n 'nrth Water St. Nest to M t l l l l t i n N a t i o n a l Bank. M O N E Y TO LOAN on the easy p a y m e n t plan }10 and up All business private. Decatur Loan Office "02 Citizens Bank Bltlp. Sit Phon-*: Auto. 1118; Bell, 3270. MONEY TO LOAN--ON F A R M AND CITY property, l o w e s t rate of I n t e r e s t ; no cnm- mtfiiion. 106 Burtschi Bros. Schoenle C i t i z e n s N a t i o n a l Brink. LITTLE BY LITTLE you CRTI r e p a y a loan--or all at once. Care- f u l l y e x p l a i n e d hcforo yon takr the money Pay only for the time you use It. ^ e lend $10 a n d "up on t h i squarest terms tmaginaV)!^ -- p i i v a t e , too. T5 - Fidolity Lonn Company 315 Citizens B a n k Bldg. Bell 370: Auto 5S»3. SPECIAL NOTICES. TO ALL, lU'.^IXKPS M U N nnd d o r t o r s also, I w i l l not !p r f - F p n r i M h V fnr d ^ b t s made hy my u ii'e Mr? y y l \ ia W h i t t a k e r . H u s b a n d . J . ' P \ t h l U ; i k . r ' 7;: " REAL ESTATE. Sale. S-room hmiF«. w t U , c i s t e r n : on car l i n o ; lot 0xirA 57'«. 7-room m ^ ' T ' r n . c'^sc 1 S"''iW. !1-ronm n u l - n i , T\' Dn-.illir S3,100 7, nrrrt I \ ~ i f l "n n"r'= S4.2f«: 2 lot! K d". 540"; 3 lots N. \V. sicIc.SI.SiO. "130 A. C. Allen. 110 S. Water. PEGTRAM COMPANY. ·115 Citizens Bank Eldg. All classes of loans, to suit borrower. First- class house tor rent. 5401 Terms Choice Lot on West North Street. for sa'e at a h n r p a l n If sold at once Also 7 r n n m m o d e r n hoiisp, sl.Ui? r n o f . for snle at a b a r g a i n If sold at once. 320 S. Crea St. R. S. Bohon, 1.M E. P r a i r i e . 6-*fi7 DECATUR U K S I D E N C K FOR SALE. I4W-- This 2 - t o n - S mom rosldencp IF io- catd In went ] . a r t ! " o n lot r.OxlW. w i t h at- t m a n d f u l l ha«.. t n c n t f r o n t n n d sidf porches, on p n \ n ] pir"^! s t r i r t l y m o r t p r n : sa-' find p l e r t r l r H p h t * - . m a n t r l f i n « l crate: cistern. P a i n t e d t h i n v^ar. N c u l v p a p r r r d anrt p a i n t e d and hi A-l condition Price ?4o«X). i3..i C. A. BURKS. 323-324-32r C i t i z e n s B a n k Building. D E C A T U R K K S I D E N C E FOR SALE 1 (00--Thi.* r. c i d p n c r !? Jocatod In n o r t h part of citv. r, n paved F'r^r, w i t h walks. v v n t p r . « o w p r . cas, lof a f d ^n rorner l o t , 72x138- 2 s t o r \ . S room f r a m e hoiipe, w i t h b^srmcnt, m a n i c ] " nnd g r a t e ; furnace, P!PC- t r i r l i g h t " n [ « t * * r n well. n " " r l i n "- Pri '"° $-1500. suti.iect to jsson. Not f a r out. o 2 C. A. BURKS. 3-3-.^24-"2.- Citizens B a n k B u i l d i n g 1 A VlTr Investment. S300 to J4K) down buys a n i c e 5 room new cottage on car l t n « ; n e w l v p a i n t e d ; f u l l base- m e n t ; corner l o t : electricity, good well. Price !1£.'A Coma and »ee Ibis. Bents for 512 50 per m o n t h 5SS(1 1'^. "F. IVclvisch Ron., Bell 4612. Auto 10J7. 159 E. llaijl. North Water St. Seven room houee and store building; house all modern, but bath; located at 941 and 943 North Water street. It you are looking for a. house and to go Into business see me. "Will rent for $50 per month. Price $6,500. 7089 J. M. Pickle 427 Citizens Bank Auto 1577. . Bell 1688. Cheap for Spot Cash. 40 acres level, black, well tiled Macon Co. land, or will trade on SO and pay difference. Lot and will furnish money to build house. 640 acres, Saskatchewan, Canada, or will trade. 30 acres ready to plat In lots, Frank Godwin, 13B Merchant St. 7307 For Sale. New 5 room modern bungalow, east side, $2400- good 6 room house, f u l l lot, west side, $100 cash, balance by m o n t h ; 6 room modern n o r t h part, S2."iO; ft acres well improved to trade for ecatur residence property. 7262 0. L .Millburn, Phones UOS 401 W a l t Bldg. $300 Cash, B a l a n c e ^ m o n t h l y payments, buys a B-room modern houpe or E Leaf l a n d , near Water St. Price, $2,100 $1300 takes a l a r g e lot on N Edward St. It is p. bargain W. F. Pickle. 157 E. Main. Bell p h o n e 2378 Auto. 1733. 6*81 PROFESSIONAL No Druj?s No Osteopathy. No Knife. Office hour« 9 to 12. 1 to 0. t to 8. Sundays 10 a. m. to 12 m. Landgraff Williams Chiropractors LADY ATTENDANT. Auto phone. 1250; Bell phone. 530. Rooms, 214-15 Moran-Corhett building. Cor N. Water md E. North. Decatur. 111. 0301 Automatic Eyeglass Holders, Chain guards, hooks, hai.- pine and ear loop? Finger p i c r r m o u n t i n g s ' , e x p e r t eye p N . i m i n a t i o n P . Lenses of n i l k i n d s Nose H i p to fit . y rmse Frame? to f i t the f f n t u r e s . Are a few of the eye helps ofYered by " 7234 Dr. Mary Xesbict , M l l i i k i n B u i l d i n g . A D D R E S S 160 Y.-..MAIN ST, MAHEMAN Bath Parlors. OPEN EVERY DAY AN"D EVEN1KGS. SUNDAYS, S TO 12 A. M. E x p p r ! ed Lady and ~Pvir»o ill OH G e n t l e m a n A t t e n d a n t s . JTilCC ip-L.UU. DECATUR. ILL. 7361 Drs. Alsip Rowdybusb, Dentists, Stine Bldg., over Hilligoss Drug Co. 3955 Entrance either Main or Merchant St. Bell Phone 3177. Hours S to 5 p. m. Dr. Hugh A. Vatighan Dentist. L. O'NEIL BROWNE ROW GROWS Urbana Factor Quit* Club DacklnB Chautauqua. Champaign, July 2.--The Rev. R. F. McDanlel, pastor of the First Methodist church of Urbajia, who objects to the appearance of L.ee O'Neil Browne of Ottawa on the Urbana chautauqua program, has resigned his memberehip with the Urbana Commercial club, which is in charge of the chautauqua. Opponents of Browne declared yesterday that the club might as well book Jack Johnson. The engagement of Al Jennings, the ex-outlaw, also is criti- cised. The club stands pat. FREE SWIM FOR TORRENCE PARKERS Twenty-five Boy* Show Alt Sort* of Stroke* in the Tool, T w e n t y - f i v e Torrenee park boys, ranging in age from six to thirteen years, enjoyed a fref swim in the Y. M. C. A, pool Thursday morning. All sorts of Ptrokos from the dog paddle to the grasshopper trudgeon were used by the lads. J. X. Ashmore and Ross Chesebro w.itrheil the boys anl saw that none of them drowned. HIT BY III Douglas County Farm Hand Has Broken Leg. ...A SPECIAL NOTICES. STEAMSHIP TICKETS ON ALL LINES Travelers' Cheques, Letters of Credit, Foreign Money Exchange. 508 North Water. THE EXCHANGE BANK To Net 7% First Mortgage Farm Loans N e t t i n g 7% In amounts frcm $250 to »2,000 Security four times the amount of loan Principal and interest payable her*. H E X R Y D. SPENCER. . 220 E :.Iatn, Decatur. IlHnoii 290i Seventeen dollars per ton. Chop feed, scratch feed, bran, hominy chop. Straw, 3 bales for $1.00 at 539 W. Green. Bell 31T; Auto 1352- TOSS LEGAL NOTICES. 402 WAIT BLDG. A u t o 1691. 4954 SPECIAL NOTICES. T20 N. Monroe St Poundinaster and Scavenger rt^'U^ 6 " 10 ^ d e a d stock anywhere l n CITY OR COUNTY. P U E E OF CHARfJB? Call B e l l Dhone 2asG A u t o 43SB SB41 A D M I N I S T R A T O R ' S SALE OF REAL, EP- tP.t'=. S t a t p of I H i n o i s . Countv of Macon, SB In the Macon C o u n t v Court. To the June Term, A. D. 1014. In the m a t t e r of T h n m a e F. Muleady. Adm l n i s t r n t o r De Bonie Xon. of the estate of M a r y Lyons, deceased, vs \ V l l l i a m M. Lyons, et al. P e t i t i o n to sell Real Estate to Pay Debts. By v i r t u e of an Order and Decree of th« C o u n t v Court of M a c o n C o u n t y Illinois, made on the Petition of the u n d e r s i g n e d , Thomas F. M u l e a d y . A d m i n i s t r a t o r DP Bonis Xon. oE the e s t a t e of M a r y Lyons. d ? r e a s e d . for leave to sell real estate of said deceased, at the June T*rm. A. D. 1014. of said coiirt. to-wit: on the loth day of .Tune, A. D. 1914, I shall on SATCRDA.T. J f L r 2.iTH, 1014 next, between the hours of. 10 o'clock in the forenoon and 3 o'clock m. the a f t e r n o o n ot said day, t o - w i t : at 2 o'clock in the aiter- noon of said d a y , sell at p'.iblic sale at the north door of the C o u r t Houpe in the C i t y of Decatur. in said C o u n t . the real e s t a t e described as f o l l o w s , t o - w i t : The F.ast H a l f ( U t of Lot TPH O0 nnd Ten 1'ect o i f o£ the West Side of Lot N i n e 0» In Block One ( l i of Bcrrv It C a s a e l l ' s -1th A d d i t i o n to t h p City of Decatur as per Plat recorded in Book 39 Page 19 of the Records of Ma^on L o u n t v I l l i n o i s , ( e x c e p t i n s th* coal richO. on the f o l l o w i n c terms, t o - w i t : FOK c. At-H. Abstract of t i t l e at T. F. Drew's ofnce, 701 M i l H k i n B u i U l l n p . _ D a t e d t h i s ( h e 25th day of June, A. D 1914 T H O M A S F. MULEADT. A d m i n i s t r a t o r De Bonis Xon T. F. DRE\V. A t t o r n e y . _ Tuscola, July 2.--A young" man bj(* the name of Price, who has been woiki ing as a farm hand for H. G. Scrog* gins, north of the city, was badly ln^ jured Tuesday nisht when his motor* cycle was struck by George W. Ew- In's machine. His left leg was broken, between the knee and thigh and other? parts of his body were bruised. The automobile driven by Mr. Ewfn, was about to meet the motorcycle when another automobile came up behind him from the north and d r i v i n g at | a f u r i o u s rate of ppeed started to 30 a r o u n d his machinp. Mr. Ewin i n f t i n r t i v p ' y swerved his machine away from the one that was passing 1 him a n d in so doing Collided w i t h t h p motorcycle. Mr. Ewin immediately took h f m in hi? machine and brought him to Tus- fola to the office of Dr. Lollar, who attend pd to his innrie? and lat**r took him to Champaign, where he was placed in a hospital. The action oC Mr. Ewing and his party in caring for the injured m a n , although the blamo for the accident could hardly be placed on him, was highly praised by Dr. Lollar. The party who wag attempting to pass the Ewin car. and who was really responsible for the i n j u r i e s to the rider of the motorcycle, did not even stop to see how seriously he was injured, but made their get away ;it high ppp^d. It i? said they were from the v i c i n i t y of Camargo and that th-Mr identity i? k n o w n nnd the Injured man will l i k e l y take stops to recover damages as soon as he i«= aM« to l ^ n v e the hospital. There was a large crowd Tup^day evening to see the free open air mov. ing picture show given on t h ^ streets by the merchants of the city. The women of the Mothers' club of Tuscola after having decided to ho,.I no meetings d u r i n g thp Funur^-r months, reconsiderpd and railed a meeting for "W"ednr-=3ay afternoon at the home of Mrs. F r a n k R^ad. Mrs, Horace V.'ortham. Miss Margaret Martin and Horace Wortham, Jr., of Rockford are guests at th«» home of Dr. W. P. Martin, the father of the two women, in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kenne3v ar* the parents of a nine and one-half pound daughter. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Smith l e f t h^re W e d n e c d a y evening for Waterloo, jrui , whr-re they will visit w i t h the p a r - n i s of Mrs. Pmith for a time and will lau- r go to Chicago for a short stay at th* home of Mr. Fmith's brother, Stewart Smith. GET IT AT BELL'S. We buy only the VERY BEST QUALITY of rubber 2;oods'niade.' There are a few folks who want a poor quality, but most folks are looking for THE BEST. We have it at CUT PRICES. Call and examine the best line of rubber goods in the city. WEAREVER, combination hot water bottle and syringe. Regular $2.50, 2 qt., cut price $2.00 Regular $2.75, 3 qt., cut price $2.25 CHALLENGE, combination hot water bottle and syringe. Regular $2.00, 2 qt., cut price $1.50 Regular $2.25, 3 qt., cut price $1.60 CHALLENGE Fountain Syringe. Regular $1.00, 2 qt., cut price 90c Regular $1.25, 3 qt., cut price $1.00 WEAREVER Hot Water Bottles. Regular $2,00, 2 qt., cut price $1.50 Regular $2.25, 3 qt., cut price $1.60 WEAREVER Fountain Syringes. Regular $2.00, 2 qt., cut price $1.50 Regular $2.25, 3 qt., cut price $1.60 RUBBER GLOVES. A fresh stock of the CHALLENGE line. Regular 75c quality cut to 50c All the popular Laundry Soaps, 4c per bar. 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. 7283 PUTT SUPE! ffBEMEUT Wife of B. L. Baker too Sick to Be Told. Foment. July 2.--Supervisor B. rj. linker a highly esteemed resident of Dement passed away at his home \\Vrt- iit-sciay morning about 5 o'clock. Jlr. Br.kcr l-.as been s u f f e r i n g from nn at. t-ick of typhoid fever for several w«- s. Mrs. Baker h.is also boon very low w i t h typhoid fever, s he was taken sick about three weeks before her husbaml and for some time her condition was very critical, shf is Improving slowly, but still too 111 to be told of Mr. Baker's death. WEDDING Joseph L McGinnis and Miss Flossie, B. Monroe were united in Marriage Wednesday m o r n i n g at T o'clock at St. Michaels church. Rev. Father Selv;i o.'ficiating-. The bride wore a dress of white voile, t r i m m e d in lace. Misg M.TJ- G a n l o y was bridesmaid and wora ,i d!i'S S of filmy white trimmed in lace. Mr. William Fleminr acted as best man. They left for Chicago Wednesday noon to spend several days. They will make their home in Memphis, Tenn. Miss Gladys Hoffheins was a week end guest of Miss Helen Moore in Decatur. Miss Marcella Fleming was a Decatur visitor Monday. STATE FAIR BOARD WILL SUE BRADY Aim. tn f-fttlc Si*tn* of Agriculture EtnnloycH. Springfield, July 2.-- With the dellv. ery by Auditor James J. Brady to th« state board of agriculture yesterday of a warrant for $21,300, the amount of appropriations from tho state duo July 1 for state f a i r maintenance, came thn announcement that the state board of agriculture will, in the near future, institute m a n d a m u s proceedings against the auditor, calling upon him to show why he is holding up approximately tio.oon more of th« board's appropriated moneys. The suit, when it gets into the courts, will pave the way for a settlement of the question of the status at the hoard of agriculture with reference to state civi] service. AoElo-Olt. American Home Life -- AnEnglishmaS who had lost both arms and both Ieg0 was obliged to solicit alms. A'S he saf o n his street corner one day an Irish* man passed by and dropped f i f t y cent* Into his hat. Almost Immediately th* Irishman! returned and .gave him nttf cents more. "You are a good man." said a Jc!nd« looking old lady, "to give that unfor« tunate man so much." 'Faith. I'd give him more if I could." said the Irishman, "for he's the only Englishman I have ever seen trimmed to suit me." INE^VSPA'PERf .lN.EWSPA.PE.8l

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