The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 5, 1914 · Page 14
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Pajw Kourtpwu T H E D EC A T U R R E V I E W Sunday Morning, My 5,1914 NEW dOOKS IN PUBLIC LIBRARY LAST RESTING PLACE OF i,., c n, . ··· ·· - t m i v , - ' i nev r H.VIKS. A n , 1 » H " l I ""'I U' In ,\ 1 1 , 1 1 1 I I , . ., , 1 1 , - I I . I' 1 "' , 1 , , ' l , , M r H I . i . n l i i . M I . . . i . n . i b i - in I · In, \ i l l t i K -- rti-niHiiK, writing »ml |--u»Ii,| : ' t o i l i ' - - iitnl tnMU tor a f l o r , , i in mil- I - i l l - H i l l y l ond. K r n n i ' i l y - l i l n l - h r i - n k c r . * : i l i n n i ; ' . i H l l t n n : " comedy dramii I n \ t n . - K i i t i - t f n m - t i i n r y : · bird manque. I ' M . I I , - i n n N u w n i l n y . ii c u i i t i - m i i o r - ··.',-M a i . 1 t I M i i i l l i - of m y r r h . N i ' l l m - n * T l i n r n r t l K i -- F « P t n libout · : » i i i i l r n i i i i l l i u T h B k ' . i r n -- T h e po«t "I 'I' .:!,«« M i M i i i h t i i i , - , Dark l u r t y o f t h . i ·!·.(... n n - l r m i l i y ' n f l r n t p i n y . , \ \ I I . . H H U I I I A I ' I I V A N D 1IIS1OUY i . . i t i ,t ~ i " , t i t i « m i ' i i r n r y Am«'rlonn h l B . -. , l » - , 7 - l ! l " . l i i i i v k x w i r t . t i -- l--n"t c e n t u r y In c . , H - n r \ r l i - Thr-oili'i-, Koo«evi*H; n n - , | , K I i i p h v . l i . m l i T I I I M c i r v of the rnlli',1 , i if A m r r l i - n u l i - l i , I h i ' i - n n M l l u - ' , , - « , , T 1 , fin|,|i.!.oi,li I i-..,|or:l,lo. K I C T I O N K i l n - ! . o \ - t y I n i l y . i . l m l l n i i * Thi! I n l r l K u i T i . " . . \ l r « - T h e l l m m l c r v o l u i i l f f r . ·,.. I'-nrmi - l . m r n f f n l r of a h o t n o l y 1 - l . t l l M ' t l Kllll- f l l H ! IMH. VENERABLE CIGAR STORE SIGN of , o t h i ..... 1 . a, i. · l... ,·',·! , -inn · n..|. , : i i - \ l . l K l i t "' w , - - li'i-n Blur*. , !!!««.. lit I ' l ' i ' i l n n H I r r l n ' - x o n , n ,,·· ,'f I'oll.-M, H f . ' i l r i i n . l ' - 1 ' o l r U l n |.l D." n p n r t I I . , H u n , 1 l l f i u l i f S I U T e m p t P . I t , , |. K i n * r . ' i r ' i ' i r v S I ' - k r · - i HIT M y I i i , l y t.f t t : i , r l i l i n n r y i - i , r n - --Photo by Rembrandt Studio. Mme. Schleotel-Lotsy. Mme. Schleotel-Lotsy, the wife, of a Dutch retired officer, Is the most mercurial traveler In the world. Three hours before she took ship for New York recently, Mme. Schlco- -liotsy had no Idea of visiting this country. Suddenly America suggested Itself to her mind, she told her n^aid to pack a t r u n k and she reach ed the steamship pier just In time to board a ship for New York, In the same way, she has taken trips on a few m i n u t e s n o t i c e , to the far east and o t h e r c o u n t r i e s of . the world. Seeing Spitz dos one day she was seized wllh a passion for visiting Spltzber- g c n and started the same day. ho I r i s t of t h e t r l b o of cl- t o r i - I n i i a n s ilis^ppenri-il h o s t n - i ' i s of D e c a t u r w h e n nf t i - n r n i K i l o w n t h o b u i l d - · u p l r i l l i y t i n ' K i - i h o i i v g c i - t l i o ( o i i i r i - of P r a i r i e Rncl . t r i , . - t Tills I n r t l n n d l s a p - ,· n i l i l - l l i o f t h e n i i ^ h t . H e ' i n r v ( M - l,c p p e n i n R c i l y I . I T V M v r r n i U. ,1. lll.lr, llrliii-n. \\ .1 t; i I i \ ' ,-(in ,!· t f t oni i . , , - , . ' ( I v l l t l i , , ' i - l , , i ' N J . V h f l I IM l l ; r l ' , 1 - l ' H I I I ' r l l ' l l M K 1 '.r--. ln,Tl t ' K ri|,i,-atlon - I !«·· -IIM - f t v i . of Illi: 1.3I'D f HIP ^ ' - , ' t i - ( y ivfr.- |ir*"i-nt \ \ ! « ! ' , ,1 I h*i ("HI in K l o I n - .-· ' i i , , ' , , i i v n n , i I h , ' t ' n l v r r ' · l , i i r i - h n t r t t l " t , ' i i R h o n i i - Hi- n l « o y | « i t i - d I n N r w 111,1 W i m h l i i K l i i n . 11. f". I. h e Is r e f i l l t l l O s l l l l ' i l ' W O f : m . t l l i l w a r f elm H , ii.is b e n n ^ \vooila s o i l l h i v r n a now oo.it ; as f i t s l i n s ho u t i l i a r k o d f r o m n l i | , , - a t u r f r o m ;i:.s atro. Ho is in 1 i'f t IIP p'a J' - t r o , i n , ] , , l n I iiiu-li of D i - o n t u r c h i l d r e n | u n i t in', 1 ^ - n i l i n r Ihr- p i i i n n i r r In t h e ( n u l l i t y l i i - a r 111" H s - h i i i K c l n h . | l - A M K I X I S C S . ^ T h l « I n , ' · i" wim ( h o f l r s l r l p a r store I n i l l i i i i (o ronic to 1'ooalilr. IK was ; . m | , o i l . - i l l.y A m l y K o . h U - r , who set j l i l i n ii|i on L i n c o l n B q i i a r p . near w h o r e i M i l , - » n e w s F l a n i l n o w Is. He cost j Hr.ii ,,-Hl was . - n r v i - i l l i y h n n d . H o , inovril (i fi w t i n - . o ^ b r f o r p he Inndeil : ·it th,. n u n , - r of M a i n nnd P r a i r i e , j w h r n on Miu M. '*?-. lu ' w a s r'nocil In ; f r o n t of Hi,' clK.ir H t o r o opened by s i . - y r I t i i l n ' r i nn.l I.. W. Frlhnarg. Mr. HiihiTt stayed In the f i r m , but a few years. UTS LAST MOVE. On tho n i f T h t of May 22, 191-1. when the ci.sar store w e n t o u t . o f business, o w i n g to the demolition of the bulkl- i n p . in some m y s t e r i o u s way the Ind i a n was c a r r i e d to the front steps of the V. M C. A. building. Wh6n the y o u n s r m e n who nre in c h a r g e a r r i v e d S u n d a y n i o i - n i n c t h e y were somewhat s u r p r i s e d . H o w e v e r , t h e y s e t t h e Ini l i a n up In f r o n t of Mr. Duerr's desk a m i It s t a y e d In his o f f i c e u n t i l moved t o tl'.e country. T h e r e Is s t i l l one cigar store I n d i a n .n D r c a t l l r . It is in f r o n t of the Q u l n n - l o r o o n Lincoln square. PAINT j your house now while the weather Is ideal. We g u a r a n t e e good work and I charge only a r e a s o n a b l e price. Cling-Coat Pulnt---per gallon 11.00 S. A. High Grade Paint, per gal. tl.85. Foy's Paste Paint, per gal. $2.00. Get our prices on that new Wall p a p e r -- o u r stock Is n e w . a n d uptodate. Hallack Songer Wnll Paper and Point Store. 226 \V. WOOD. Phones Auto. 5731 You Might As Well Have As Wish for A Leonard ileanable Refrigerator What you waste in hot weather, trying to do without a good refrigerator, will pay a large portion of the ice bill. Why not ex- c h a n g e s o m e piece of furniture you do not need on a refrigerator? You can save many steps and l i g h t e n your kitchen work by using an up-to-date kitchen cabinet. See the patent lowering flour bins, sliding shelves, divided door, self ventilated cooling cupboard, large metal bread and cake box, full enameled, etc., etc. We are glad to show you whether you buy or not. DUE TEEMS AEE EASY M.A.PEABODY Bedroom Decorating is one of our specialties. Let us submit our service as regards color harmony, cost, etc. Our workmen are expert, speedy and unobtrusive. SPENCE PEASE 213 N. Main Street. Decatur, Illinois. The Greatest Sale In Our His tory Begins Friday Morning, My 10th. For the Announcement of Our Second Loom End Sale In Thursday's Review These Loom End Salea are the greatest bargain events of the year. Our preparations have'covered weeks of searching and keen merchandising. Representatives of this store and heads of departments have visited every great market in the country in search for extraordinary values. Expect great things of the Osgood store during this Loom End Sale--you will not be disappointed. Sale Begins Friday Morning at 9 O'clock Store Closed All Day Thursday To Arrange Stocks. {NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER!

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