The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 6, 1914 · Page 8
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Decatur, Illinois
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Page ElgfiC Cost of Want Ads in The Daily Review 6e per Una for first insertion. 2Hc per line for each subsequent consecutive insertion. Minimum charge 20 cents. I lines I time. ZOo S lino S time. -- 5" c 4 line* » tlm*. 40 ° t line* T time* 40c 5 line. 7 time* - f°o 4 line* 7 time* *»c 3 lln«« BO time. *L20 5 lines 30 time. 1-J 4 lln«» 30 times z.« u N« advertisement accepted for lesx than two lines. Count «U ordinary word, to each line DUconttnuaaee of advertLIng must to In writing It will not be ac- ctpted wpnoiw. Thl. protect, your Interests a. well a. ours. If You Can't Bring or Send Your Want Ad Phone Bell Auto 11 Courteou. operators, thoroughly familiar with rate., rules and classifications, will give you complite.In- formation. And, If you wistiNthey will assist you In wording your want ·d. to make It most effective. Ad. accepted by telephone to accommodate you If your n»m« 1* In th« telephone directory. Every Home Has Use for Beview Want Ads FOR RENT-- Seven room flat; modern, with city heat and electric light: vacuum «'»"« and Janitor service. Apply Dri. Brown Jack. 134-13(1 W. Prairie. FOR BENT FIATS (COST.) 652 FOE BENT-BOOMS. FOR RENTS unfurnished modern n 1818 N. Main St. Give reference. Mattes. Bfcth phones 1276. 'ooros at E. D. 7802 FOR BUST--A nicely furnished front ·Jeep- Ing- room: thoroughly modern. 746 N. MaUu FOR RENT--Furnished, modern room., for gentlemen only. 526 N. Franklin. T557 FOB BENT--One large, unfurnished, upstairs room; rent reasonable; close to Mueller's. 535 N. Edward. T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W TO EEVIEW WANT AD USERS Monday Evening, July 6,1914. 1 Ju st the other day man who wanted He wa° » Phased that he could not help telling about it. No doubt the former owner was also ^vlfl you take the time to tell BELL 551. us what your results are when you use a Review want ad? WE ARE ALWAYS PLEASED TO ANSWER YOUR CALL W TELLPHONES AUTO llbS. LIVE STOCK (COH.) FOR SALE--Team of mules, spring wa j?°5 and harness. 263 E. Olive. ··» FOR RENT--Rooms for sleeping and llBht housekeeping; modern. 635 W. Wood. 7529 FOR RENT--Furnished room; modern; pri- vato family. 10W E. Main. Bell 2405. 75S8 FO RENT--Nice modern rooms. »1.26 and up veek. 448 S. Main. T540 FOR RENT--Furnished suite, strictly modern, for gentlemen; In private hom«. Bell 4867. 501 Cor. Macon and College. 7341 FOR RENT--Furnished roonw at 123 E. Main. 3rd floor; newly papered and painted. 47I) FOR RENT--Coolest furnished room In city: private, modern, close. Bell 1129. 7 J " LOST AKD FOUND. LOST--Auto tire. city. Bell 3171 30x3. northwest part of T548 SITUATIONS WANTED. "WANTED--Work, at once; prefer city. Call Auto 4879. les-vlnj Ing '627 WANTED--Work by 18-year-old drew G 548, care Review. Ad- 7543 FOR RENT--Unfurnished rooms! 8rd floor. Merchant St. T. T. Springer. 124 Merc-hat ROOMS FOR RENT--In newly furnished flat; kitchen privileges. Bell -4693. 7442 FOR RENT--Furnished rooms: modern cpn- venlences. 461 N. Church. , 7"0 FOR RENT--Furnished and unfurnlsl oome. upper flat. 182 W. Prairie. 7435 FOR RENT--Larg. front room on seconc floor, strictly modern. 448 N. Church. 739 FOR RENT--Furnished room: modern, clos in: 442 N Church. Bell 1250. "° FOS RENT--Nicely furnished modern rooms private family, 304 W. Wood. Bell phoni FOR RENT--Nice room In modern home and small family; gentleman preferred. Old . Ben 1008. FOR SALE--Shetland outfit: pony 1 J e «TM years old; forty inches high; rubber tire 8- seated runabout, T. M. Hutchison, Clarence. PABMLMDS. OKLAHOMA o FA*« ^ O ? ER °« T TM and linplemi Consider Decatur price. S23-324-326 propertv. 'Worth IRKS. _ Bank Building. 1588 C. A. BURKS. Cltlzeni FOB SALE--Central -Wisconsin farm, 170 fn Cr ?r-e?e,For further^partlculars write A^ Oleson, 'Montfort. WIs phone Z473. FOR RENT-Furnlehed room. Modern private entrance. 640 W. Main. Bell "·»·- WAMTED. WANTED--A person of either Mi to aid Jn photograuhy; must have experience In amateur photograph;-. G 520. Review. 7520 15 000 GOVERNMENT JOBS open to men and wimea .SB5 to »150 month Write for list. Franklin Institute. Dep't. 690. Rochester. N Frmnkll T. HELP WAKTED--MALE. WANTKD--Second cook. Cafe. 238 N. Main WASTED-FEMALE WANTED--Lady employed to share living ·ipense* with middle asei widow, alone: reference* exchanged. G 696, Review 7596 WANTED-- Lady who has had lelllng expe- rlance In ladlei 1 ready-to-wear rlance and !· a good seamstress ing Co. Waggoner C!^ UGHT HOTJSEKEEPINO. FOR KENT--Suite of front rooms, furnished for housekeeping; 2nd floor; i ooms: all modern. 127 E. Mai: Iso Bleeping 7508 FOR RENT--8 rooms for light housekeeping. 644 E. Leafland. ' 5S8 FOR RENT--2 furnished front rooms light housekeeping; ground floor; partly modern. 636 W. Wood St. for .-·tly 75S5 FOR RENT--t room*. Jurn!«hed or unfur- nSheo for light housekeeping: strictly modern. 526 N. Church St. 7572 FOR RENT--2 light housekeeping closet*, bath. etc. *SO S. Church. FOR RENT-- Furnished light rooms. 547 N. Water St. housekeeping .555 FOR RENT-2 room, furnished ''A..!'*" hou.ckeepInK: r«» and toilet; no children 408 S. Water St. '*'? c a t , Fairmont. Xeb. 35 GOOD 1M LOTS A TON, IOWA. CITY PROPERTY. Money to Loan-- (Continued). Money to Loan On Best possible plan. Flrat the lowest cost, .econd the payment, are arranged to suit the borrower and can be made either weekly or monthly. And la.t. but not least, everything confidential. When you come *- u* for a loan, you can have »he money within an hour or two. Any amount from $10.00 op. vou pay only for the actual time you keep the money. Call_*nd $ l i ;; » ii !, LEGAL NOTICES see u. when needing a loan. Room. v,$ f 7 and 8, Conklln Bldg. Half block north of Transfer House. 144 North Main itreet. Bell phone S041: Auto, 1085. . _ Lllinois Mortgage Loan H (OFFICIAL PUBLICATION.1 Report of the condition of The Farmers Merchants State Bahk. located at Decatur, State ot Illinois, before the commencement of business on the first dav of July, 1914, as made to the Auditor of Public Accounts of the State of Illinois, pursuant to law: RESOURCES Loans on real estate ..113,500,00 BRIEF NEWS ITEMS FROM MONTICELLO Monticello, July 6.--Roy Bills and family ipent the Fourth in Decatur. Mrs. Ellen Lodge returned last week from a. two week's visit with relatives in Ottawa, William McCall left Sunday for Wilmington where he will assist Scott Miller on a building there. Judge E. J. Hawbaker was In Fisher the Fourth. Bradford Moore spent the Fourth In Loan, on collateral »e- aurlty ^"cVunir".." 4 -. d .": 78,348.46 $104,1«0.4G 8. Investments. Other bonds and securities 4. Miscellaneous. Resources. Banking house and real estate MONEY TO LOAN on the easy payment plan, 110 an4 up. All buslneu private. Decatur Loan Ofiice 202 Citizens Bank Bldg. 819 Phone: Auto. 1118: Bell, 3270. MONEY TO LOAN--ON FARM AND C1TT property, loweit rate of Interest! no corn^ °Burtschi Bros. Schoenle Citizens National Bank. LITTLE BT UTTLB . you can repay a loan--or all M one*. Carefully explained hetore you take the money. Pay only for the time you nse It We lena $10 and up on the .quarest term. Imaginable --private, too. "" Fidelity Loan Company 315 Citizens Bank Bldg. Bell 870; Auto 88«3. SPECIAL NOTICES. 12.812.00 38,757.88 17,910.00 Furniture and fixtures 4,602.00 5 Due from Banks. c..*,. NatlonaY ......... a. Cash on Hand. Currency Gold coin Silver coin Minor coin 8.461.86 8,745.64 , 4 -°S?-, 1 , 0 4Q.45 43,359.88 18,507.80 12.SS1.6C 7. Other Cash Resources: Check, and other cash items T24.91 Collections In transit 30.16 Total re l Bloomlngton. H. J. Evans and J. F. Hott and wives have gone to Sandusky, O., on a business trip. R. M. Thomson and family went to Peoria last Friday to visit Fritz Holderman and wife. Mr. Thomson returned home Sunday while Mrs. Thomson and James remain for a longer stay. W. E. Smith and wife and Piatt Smith and family spent Sunday at Weidon Springs. Cecil Peck and wife departed Monday morning for their home in Detroit, Mich., after spending their honeymoon here. Mrs. Anna Kelley of Champaign spent Saturday and Sinday as the guest of Mrs. Kathryn Trimble. Monticello chapter Eastern Star, will Bement 1. Capital stock paid in 3. Undivided profits ...$8,94634 Less current interest, expenses and taxes 4. Deposits 'Time certificates .... SS.T12.64 413, .75 Savings, subject to notice Demand. subject check Demand certificates Cashier's checks · ·. 8,093.18 , 28.490.CO 150.00 105.2S have work Friday night, chapter has been Invited. The game between the Monticello Indians and Illlopolis was called off on account of the team at Illiopolis having disbanded. However they did not let the Indians know of the change In time to secure another team for the game. Miss Shirley Kreasan of Champaign has been spending a couple of weeks here with Mrs.J. M. Bender. 86,551.Tl PARTIES deolrlnr tubular wells or repair work, call on Otto H. Tletze. Macon, _Ii REAL ESTATE. DECATUR RESIDENCE FOR LOT. No ISO*--Located In Jhe BDntheast part o city ' on s-ooa street; lot 40AJ.V. Has 1H story, 6-room frame hour- t . u i a i r furnace ^%ri t iV B ^.i. li c-.«. P r r ~ f" northwest part. Kent =10.08 per month C. A. BURKS. 8S8-324-S2S Citizens Bank Building. 75SO DECATUR RESIDENCE--KALE OR TRADE No 1406--Located In northwest part of cltT. 6 blocks from business section. On paved street. 10-room house, well located and fine street; strictly modern am! In Rood repair. Barn and chicken house. Rent. SS5 per month. Will exchange for 1 or 5 room cottage. Price, $6.700 C. A. BURKS. 32S-B24-825 Citlsen. Bank Building. T579 WANTED--Will pay reliable woman 125000 for distributing 2000 free package* perfum- ««ao powder. In your town. No money required. Ward ft Co.. 216 Institute PI., Chicago. TMf FOB RENT--Sleeping end light housekeeping rooms. 511 B. Prairie. i 4 i 9 FOR BENT--Room, for lieht housekeeping; qSet; modern. Bell 4456. 8SO N. Monroe. WANTED -- Energetic lady to look after trade in and around Decatur. Experience un- Established house. necessary Permanent. References, Brown Brothers Rochester. N. T. WANTED--LadT demonstrator for Val O Lin? touTt goods. Call Mr.. Stanley. Louis Xlchol's confectionery «tore. ' 3U ° College Hill. t once, competent cook. 361 74SS WANTED--Experienced girl for lly of two. Address G 460 Re 1 housework; ence.* fam- iew. 7460 MISCELLANEOUS WASTS. WANTED--Nursing to do by "jerlenced nurse 1314 N. Railroad ar. Bell 4«0». 7509 I -WANT your well digging and w«ll bcrli and cistern work; see me at onee. 98! Main. Bell 4844. « WAKTED-Work by the day: ·"»'»·· sweeping and cleaning. Bell 2824. -5SS WANTED--Dressmaklns: 1 "'» c ' l1e ;_. n iS3? from combings. 123 E. Main. Bell 4B». .441 WANTED-- All farmers to know they can nave dead stock removed free of c N-ot!fy William Price. 0«4 N. Monroe. phone 2474: Auto, 3024. . Bell T425 WANTED--Carpentering shlnglln*;. 11.80 ai UB? aliklnds of repairing reasonable, new work as cheap as the cheapest. Call Auto work 4792. WANTED--All kinds of carpenter roofln* and odd Jobs of all kinds. Dady. Bell 5541. ·work; E. C 73C9 WANTED--All kinds of ««7'«Jg. Orlraon after « p. m. Bell 4041. Call Mis 7311 WANTED -- Tour painting, paper hanging W - - --Ing: first cl!s work Knaran- 3rt)«.. Bell 2564. 837 E. Condlt efijyi 'OR RENT-- Two- room for keeping. 845 E. Orchard. light house- 7378 FOR RENT--Nicely furnished modern rooms for light house keeping. 1209 W. Macon. .205 FOE RENT. FOR RENT-Store, No. 227 ft J» B. Bldo- rado 116 tc »1» per month. Apply 45SMS. Franklin. 7 " !3 FOR RENT--Store room, 7S5 N. Wate; per month. Apply Mat AtlMs. , S20 7625 FOR RENT-349 N. Water; store room, Ita SO: ground floor; big show w 1 ;**"^.-^ 1 TM^e?. ground floor, 812 N. Water ·roprtetor. 849 N. Water. FOR SALE. FOR SALE-- l*-room hoarding and ing houseTcheap If taken at onoe. leaving olty. 8 590 care Review. room- 6wner 7590 FOR BAIJ5-A good cheap barn, to be torn - down soon. Call Bell 7074. T "° 3 OPPORTUNITIES. HARDWARE, FOR BALE--ft-room modern house, Leatland and Illinois. Auto 1594. FOR SALE--Bargain In nev house, if sold quick; ca» W Green. Bell 3u57. 7-room modern h or terms. _833 FOR 3ALE--Good. 7-room. modern f u l l lot, $2,500. Bell 2908. FOR SALE--12-room rooming house on street car Una; reason for selling. Address O 4S1, Review. '" FOR SALE--S-room modern ho 7B4 W. Decatur. $2.700: lot house and barn, 734 W. Decatur. I2.7TO: lot worth $1,800. $200 cash, balance monthly. W. C. Fearn. ois N. Church. Bell 659. 74M modern FOR SALE-»2.500 for 6 room, house, north part. Boll 2908. OS23 VACANT LOTS. FOR SALMO-ft lot W. Wood, Highly a d d : level: $850. Anto 6488 _TM TO EXCHANGE. FOR BXCHANGE-Good S500 equity In R- room house for good Ford auto. S H Tolly. ISO Merclmnt St. '^^ IMPLEMENTS, ETC.j TOR No 146^--Located In town of 1,50* In Central Illinois, and consists of hardware, implements, plumbing, heating, vehicles, harness, paints. Fixtures consist, of 'boTM cases, tools, elevator, etc.: 2-story double brick building. StoSO; good location fine condition. Nice, clean stock, all salable. BulldltiK $14.500, subject to $5.flOO; stock. $15 OOO" f I'tures. $700. Will .consider good Illinois farm on stock and building or stock alone. ^ ^ BURKS . 823-324-325 Citizens Bank Building. 7583 EXCHANGE-A r;.^ " For Sale. (veil, cistern; on car line: lot Total __ _ .»,,,,,, ot th."5SSiS of my knowledge and W HAHROLD. Cashier. MANY ATTEND THE - · ' COMMUNION SERICE At Tlnrt Baptist Church: Dlitrlet Meet. · IBS* of Week. In spite ot the hot weather, a large number of people attended the communion service Sunday morning at the First Baptist church. Two new mem« bera were given the hand of fellowi ship. Deacons and trustee* will meet Mom day night In the pastor's study. District 2 will servo Ice cream and cake Tuesday evening at the home ot Anna Evans. 1060 West Marietta. Tickets will be ten cents. The proceeds will go to the church. Women of Districts 1 and 10 will bej entertained Wednesday at Faries Par!c by Mrs. Fletcher and Mrs. C. O. Kemper. They are asked to take the 1:3» interurban. The subject lor Wednesday's meeting ·will be "The Lord's Prayer." The Touns Woman's Missionary society will have its regular meeting Thursday afternoon at Wayback Inn cottage at Faries park. Th« meeting will be followed by » picnic. District 6 will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Seeforth. 409 South Webster. Districts 7 and 8 will meet In Falrvlew park Thursday afternoon at 2.30. A picnic supper will be served at 6. All members of the district* and their families have been Invited. District 2 will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Benjamin Buzzard. 954 West Green street. District 9 will meet at 3:30 Thursday af ternoon at the home of Mrs. H. P.' State of Illinois, County of Macon. ss- Subscribed and sworn to before me tr E. BEST, Notary Public. SPECIAI NOTICES. 120 N. Monro* st Poundmaster and Scavenger *i-room house, 4H1.150. $700 T-room modern, close. S2.600. 9-room modern, W Decatur $3.100 5 acres. 81,500: 20 seres, 84200; 2 lots. de. MOO; S lots N. W. side.$1,800. A. C. Allen. 119 S. Water. A 12% Investment. $300 to $400 flown buys a nice 5 room new cottags on car line; newly painted; full ha»e- ment: corner lot: electricity: good well. Price $1250. Come and see this. Bents for J12.60 per month E. F. Drobisck Son., Bell 4812. Auto 1077. 159 E. Main. Will remove dead stock-anywhere In CIT* OR COUNTY, FIIEE OF CHAROE. Call Bell phone 2886. Auto 4S8B. MRS. HUTCHINS EXPIRES AT PANA Pana, July 6.--Mrs Sarah J. Hutchins Goodell, 344 East King street. W. RTcTANI) G. A. R. AT WESTMINSTER Member* of the G. A. R. and W. R. C. to the n u m b e r of about fifty, attended the patriotic service at the Westminster Presbyterian church Sunday morning In a body. The church was decorated In the national colors and patri- died at her home, 408 South Spruce , otic music and street Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock The pastor's subject from 'a complication of diseases. She of Patriotism." TM» was the wife of Moses Hutchln?, a retired farmer, who survives her. There · »· also three daughters, Mrs. A. F. Burt, Mrs. John Eichelbereer and Mlfs Bessie Hutchins, all of Pana. Mrs. Hutchins was bcrn in Madison sermon were given. bject was "Essentials The church was filled' for the service. The Ladles' Aid society will have a, kindergarten party Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. M. F. Marcott, 467 South Boyd street. This party is for all members of the congregation. An county. 111., March 9, 8841 To Net 1% First Mortgage Farm Loans Netting 754 In amount* frcm $250 to $2,000 Security four times the amount of loan - Interest payable here. Ity Principal and HENRY D. SPENCER. 220 E. Main. Decatur. Illinois S40. She was married In 1871 and they moved to Rosemond. Twenty years ago Mr. and Mrs. Hutchins moved to Pana and Mr. Hutchins retired from farming. The fun=ra! will be held Wednesday afternoon at the re.'irtence on South Spruce street. Rev. H B. Foster of the First Presbyterian churcl; will conduct the services. Burial will 1 · in Bose- mond cemetery. North Water St. Seven room house and etore building: house all modern, but bath; located at 841 and 94S North Water street. If you are look- Ing for s. house and to go Into business see me. Will rent for S50 per ,a itftrt 1 · · J. M. Pickle Auto month. Price Cheap for Spot Cash. 40 aoree level, black, well Co. Isnd, or will trsfle on 6C ference. FOR SALE--»3«0.00 note, seven months to nin; seven per cent interest; liberal discount good security Answer G 528, cars BOARD AND ROOMING HOTTSE FOR EXCHANGE. No. 1507-Located_ln busing district, close tiled Hacon and pay dlf- Lot"and will furnish money to build house H40 acres, Saskatchewan, Canada, or will 30 seres ready to plat In low. Frank Godwin, 118 Merchant Bt T307 COMING EVENTS IN DECATUR AND VICINITY admittance fee of ten cents x'e't" profits, *75 per month. C. A. BURKS. 828-324-325 Citizens Bank Building. 76S1 For Trade. WAKTED TO BUT Wanted to Buy. ·y th« htgne«t ca*h price, for ysed rug* and refrigerator*, or will take fnrnltor*, a* flr*t i»yment on new. Home Outfitters, Alto Ohone 184L «701 FOE BENT--HOUSES. TOti RBNT-- House of IT beautiful rooms; rtMrved; modern; etntral leeatlon; S50 p»r month. Only party with sood reHrence Slid apply 43S V. Franklin. T392 FOB RENT--Strictly modern S-room cottage Apply after « p.m. 770 John. av. 75 u FOR RJ5NT--6-room modern hon.e. 1237 W. Decatur St. C. W. Sleeter, S10 B. Union. Bull 8418. 7569 HOUSEHOLD GOODS. STORAGE FURNITURE FOR SAU3. 12 Blssell'. carpet sweepers Bgc each 500 glass fruit Jar. ...« each 25 Iron bed. ' « TM 25 bed spring. 28 settee* t » TM »»£ 12 g-a* range. · ' · 'fj'M S 25 d renters |°-JJ |*°J Meridith Storage Co., 520-850 B. C»rro Oordo St. TOR RENT--Thoroughly modern 8-room cottaje at 8M N. Union. Call M» W. Oreen. Bargains. Folding b»d., $1 up: center table., 26c up; »a»ollne range., $2.80 and up; bed.tead.. .100 and up; bed springs, SOc and up; 12 Inch lectrlo fan eh.ap. Other bargains too nu- neron. to mention. Eldorado and fjepot cars top at store. Albert C. Bllckel 742 " Eldorado St.. Anto 1591. The Exchange. 'OR SALE-- Stoddard-Dayton car; o.ule'_ .Sooth rimnlnft; fine condition; a bargain f the season. F-140, Review. JTJH BBNT--South half noun at SO* W Wood. Inquire Carter's Pump slop, 231 S College. TM 3 FOR RENT--6-room modern hout*. 1S30 N. College St. Inquire O. Fnlkenroth, Pana, 111. lH1 FOR RENT-- Furnished for summer, 4 room cottage, 1403 W. Wood. $15 per month: partly modern. Apply Mr. Kennedy, 977. care Mutual Protective League. Bell FOR RENT--Strictly modern »-room house. S28E. Cantrell. Auto phone 5979. 74S9 1245 W. Decatur St., 5 rooms and barn...$15 746 E. Center St, 8 rooms; modern 120 11B7 N. Clinton St., 8 roomn. modern..I2Z.BO 1239 K, Clinton St., R rooms, modern..$18.00 1150 W. Cottage Hill. 8 rooms, modera..$20.0C 618 S. Broadway, 6 room., modern $M.OC 1323 N Main St., 8 rooms and garage..J36.0C TT05 N. College St., 9 rooms, modern... $20.0( ' "61 N. Morgan. B rooms, newly papered.(15.00 1057 W Green. 6 rooms. Elec. light $15.00 562 W MBln St., 10 rms. modern, new.t45.00 1259 W. Decatur St., 8 rooms, modern..$22.K 1117 St Ijouls Av., rooma barn. mod,.$2O.O 224 w! Prairie Av.. 5 room., city Ht.. |40.« 13S7 W. Macon St., S rooms $30.01 33ft New St., ft room* $2o.OO Ifanr othera at $8.40 to ITS 00. BUM. from S room* to 17. Meridith Rent Co. T4«S FOR RENT OB SAUS--New modern 9 roam cottage. 851 E. Lawrence; one block fron car line. FOE BENT--FLATS. J7OB RENT--Flats on North Main St, on 2nd and Urfl floor., Bullard Bldg. Inqnlr L W Bullsrd, Cltltens National Bank. 741 FOR RENT--ft-roox., modern apartment. 44 W Haeon. Seat anfi janitor service., Se B L. Qulnlan. 438 MllliVln Bldr. Bell Z101 488^ Into 4216. «1 TOR RBNT -- ^ floor; six room modern flat. large sleeping porch; cloi !Wa.Ur. Furniture Will pay mo« for .lightly uied Piano*. Fnr- nltor«, CarpeU. Rttgs. Stores and Refrigerator*; or will etching, new for old. Meridith Furniture Co. Bell phones: 406-418. Auto: 1848. Cerro Gordo St 8ZO-35C 1758 Furniture I bur, sell or exchange new or (llghtlr and furniture, stove., rug*, etc. M. A. Peabody 131-» H. North H. "4- LIVE STOCK. FOR SAT.B-Jer.ey cow. 4 year* old; 751 B. Clay. Call evening. . 757 FOR SALE--One S-»ear-old nay horse an T-year-old bay mare; perfectly rentle wort .Ingle or double; atao Peter Shutte farm wagon. Apply at onoe; will sell cheaj 20M H. Edward Bt. TST7 FOR BADE--Good nor**, harneni and war on. 1164 W. Or««n. I T678 FOR SALE--Team, harnex and wagon, an furnlsehed work for the team. Call Decatur Sand and Gravel Co. 787 FOK SALE--One «tyllsh »nrry hor«e; ionn and gentle; cheap. W. H. Hill. 728 N. Mon roe. Bell 2S03. 75M FOR SALE!--A good S-ye«r-olfl .addle tnare aound and gentle. Wlllam. Sanitary tarn, «02 1 7B7 FOR SALE--Nice black drlrlng horse, com Ing 8 year. old. Will Mil cheiB It taken a once. 828 8. Colfai. T3W FOR SALE OR TRADB--T h.aS of gooi horees. 8 set. of h/rne**. » Walton., I *nr rey: win trade */ property. Call Franklin. BOi -- 1684 Could use good house and lot In exchange of the nest restaurants In Decatur. Ui l l l e u c j t w . »!,,« K t l B n a f l n Brueck, I2T B. Prairie. ·ANTBD-To trade for a .mall itor. business. Address F-776. Review. BICYCIES AKD ATTTOS. POTTITRY. BIRDS AMD PETS. FOR SALE--8 pointer dogs, « "OS. old; ref Istered. John Duffy, police station. T3! FOB SAIE-MISCELLANEOUS. condition. .nderson. Walru. soda fou . ,,_,, ... Return counter, goo One 8 ft., iceless, like new. B 1557 N. Church. Bell 1883, BALE--Cheap--2 lllfl ft. 760 FOR SAI/E--18 horse power Advance glne. In good condition Call Bell 40T*,o write J. A. Brown, 1533 tf. College. TOR BALE--CHEAP--One large ·are. McClelland. Ward Co. FOR SALE-- M.fes, In good shape, cheap, a 148 S Main St. Bell phone 2251. ' O r Rupert FOR BALE--Several thousand second ban brick. 749 W. Decatur St. Bell 1903. 740 BOOK BINDING -- PRACTICAL BOO binding and blank book manofactnrln 12? South Water street. Decatnr. in. Her man Spies. Magazines bound, name ·tamped In gold on books, pocketbook* an nwmorandum book*, toilet ca.e«. ete. For Sale. New 5 room modern bungalow, east side. 2400- good 6 room house, full lot, west Pine, 100 cash, balance by month; 6 room moaern orth part, $2550: 6 acres well Improved to rade for ecatur residence property. i-u- 0. L .Millburu. honee 1498. 401 Wait Bldg. PROFESSIONAL. lo Drusti No Osteopathy. No Knife. Office hours 9 to 12. 1 to B, I to S. Sundays 10 a. m. to 13 m. Landgraff Williams Chiropractors LADT ATTENDANT. Auto phone. 1250; Bell phone. Md Rooms. 214-15 Moren-Cosbett building. Cor « Water snd E. North. Decatur. lit 9301 Theatrical Manager Left Wife Deficit of $34,647. New York H«rali.-- Henry B. Harris, theatrical manager and producer, who died In the Titanic disaster April 15, 191!, left a total estate of $3«6,448. Debts- and administration expenses were $400,090. leaving a. deficit of J34,- 647, according to a transfer tax appraisal filed yesterday with Edward iV. Buckler, deputy gtate comptroller. By his will, Mr. Harris left the en-ire residuary estate to his wife, Mrs. Irene Harris. He gave $5,000 each to Hebrew Infant asylumn, the Actors' f u n d and the bling babies of the Sunshine society. Failure of several theatrical productions caused the deficit of the estate. The greatest of these losses, according to F. Howard Schnabbe, general manager and auditor of the estate, was with the Foliea Bergere. which lost a total of between $340,COO and $360,000. HIS PUAT HOLDINGS.' Th« claim* held by Mr. Harris Included United Play company, of Chica- SPECIAL NOTICES. go. $1.000; Robert Edeson, $1,000; Charles Frohnmn. csh loan, share of July 7-11--Central Illinois Tennis tournament at Country club. July 8--Central niinois trap shooter* at Decatur. July 10--State Rural Carriers' convention at Decatur. July 23--Da.wson family reunion at Decatur. July 28--Judicial election. Aug. 8--Grocers' picnic at Fatrvtew. Aus 11--Davis-Campbell reunion at Falrvlew. Aug. 12--Bear-Conover reunion at Fairvlew. Augr. IS--Logan county reunion and 116th Illinois Infantry at Fairview. Aug. 14-23--Pana, chautauqua- Aug . 14 -- Baker-Davis-Montgomery leunion. Aug. 15-29--Patterson Springs chau- Aug. 18--Wade reunion at Fairvlew. Aug. 18-22--Charleston Fair. Aus. 19--Vaughn reunion at Fairview. Aug. 20--Carver reunion. Aug. 20 -- Boyd-McCormick reunion nt Taylorville. Aug. 21--Kucker reunion at view. Aug. 28-30--Taylorville Chautauqaa Aug. 26--Hanks reunion. Aug. 27--Old settlers' reunion. Aus 28--Seitz reunion at Fairvlew. Aug. 29--Roche-Waller reunion at Fairvlew. g ep t. l--Odd Fellows' picnic at Fair view. THE EXCHANGE BANK 508 N, Water street. Invite, you to open I SAVINGS ACCOUNT ONE DOLLAR or more. We allow 3%, 3V 2 %, and 4% nterest, depetidlnif'upon the time to run. 4409 LEGAL NOTICES. EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE-- Estate ol iamuel Allsop, deceased. . a The undfraigned having been appointed Executrix of t h - Last Will and Testiunent of Samuel Allsnp, deceased, late of the County of Macon nnd Ftate of Illinois, hereby gives notice that she will appear before the County Court of Macon Countv. at the Court House in Decatur, at thr Rcrternbrr term, on the Ilrst Monday in September next, at which time all persons having claims ugalnrt said estate are notified and requested to attend tor the purpose of having the » ame ,J a:|u ,"5 a ---, _ All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immrdlate payment to tne Webber, Attorney. Albert O. trll MUSICAL GOODS. FOR SALE--KlrnbaU make piano, cheap for oulck Bile Good condition. Good reason tor lhilt. 71* B. TVhitmer. Bell phone 2083. T3!ll MONEY TO LOAN. MONET TO LOAN on good security »n« to salaried people. B. M. Smith. 127 B. Msln. TOU hav. a lot J. A. Adam, will. fnr- ntoh money to build you a hou.e. 911 N. Water. Bell 49M. 715S Farm Loans. tlOO.400 to loan on Illinois land: loan, made without delay. Can or writ*. J. E. Patterson, 401 Mllllktn Bldg.. «T9! Decatur, 111. --TOO CAN BORKOW ANT AMOUNT-None too large. None too .mall. We lend money on Furniture, Pianos. Horse., Carriage.. Goods In Storage. Cattle, drain. Growing Crous. eto. Barter term, than other broker.. Also we bur NOTES Telephone No. 134. OLDEST LOAN OFFICE! IN CITT, e«- Ubll.bed 1882. _ A. T. SUMMERS ft SON. 110 :Torth Water Bt N«it to Jttlllkln National Bank. EXBCUTOR'S NOTICE-- BsUte of Henry Ka- an Executor of the Li Henry Kater, decetTM. . , Hacon and Ptate of Illinois, here notice that he will appear before tn Court of " - ' -* In Decati of late of the County of · hereby gives " e County a e w appe - Macon County, at the Court House n ecaur, at the September term, on the first Monday In September next, at which time all perrons having claims against said are notified and requested to '»««nd purpose of ha-ilng '».". * In J,~;S? !r erson. Indented to sold ests.te are re- to make Immediate payment to the ' me e r o n s avn estate are notified and requested to ' for the p All per quested t underrigneo' Dated ,,,,. AlbMt O. Webber. Attorney. MISSISSIPPI LAND FOR SALE--1.450 acres rich land in atrawberry belt at Madison Station. MIK.. 12 miles north of Jack'on. capital of state, fronting I. c - Si lr °!?,i f, houses; J25 per acre. Terms. 'TM "·"·· ". Rank In countv. Mississippi, all rlcn «»"TM c bottom land, lies on A C. v. ra"r^ shipping track on lan4; fenced a j 4 w e l Improved. Price. $12 per acre, 1.SO acrei partly bottom and table land; Btream through land; all "I? 0 "!' running a-ell Im- Biream inrougn lano; a" lc ..-^-., ---^-.. proved; 200 iTcres In virgin bardwood timber: situated In Coplah county, Mississippi 35 miles south of Jackson, Mis.... mm fronts on graveled road: four- TM l l «.'TM I J good town on I. C. railroad; ·P'« n *K, m i ·round farm. Price. $10 per acr«. Adore. . . H, Kennon, Jscluoa, Mis*. win *9 charged those who come in costum* and twenty cents for those who do nor. have special costumes. Service preparatory to communion will be held at 7:45 Wednesday night, it that time the pastor will deliver x Fhort sermon. It is desired that all members be present. Communion will be observed next Sunday morning. The Woman's Missionary society will have a basket dinner Friday afternoon at Fairvlew park. This will be tn tha nature of ft social for all the members ot the society, their families and friends They will meet at 4 o'clock. ALBERT~GORDANIER AT EAST PARK Albert Gordanier preached Sunday; night at the East Park Baptist church. Mr. Gordanier Is a student In Shurtleff college but Is now home on his vacation. ' The monthly business meetlnr of the trustees will be heW tonight The deacons will have their monthly business meeting Tuesday night. The Ladles' Aid society will have its dish shower Friday afternoon at ha home of Mrs. W. E. Walsh. The bazaar and supper will not be held until about July 23rfl. as the work at the church, will not be completed before then. REV.17WJLEAR TO TALK OF TRIP For a few weeks to come Rev. J. W, Lear will d e l i v e r talks on his trip to Seattle. Wash., at the Wednesday nigl-t. services at the Church of the Brethren. The services are at 8 o'clock, tha teachers' meeting being at 7:20. The prayer band will meet Tuesday night at the home of Eugene Boone. 1118 Korth Water. The Ladies' Aid society will meet Thursday afternon at 1:30 at th» church. The teachers' training olass will meet at ":30 Friday night. REV. J. C. BROWN EXPECTED HOME loss in running Hudson theater, $9,071, and Elsie Ferguson, cash loan, $418. The stocks owned by Mr. Harris were «4 shares Commercial Trust company. 3,000 Manhattan Transit ompany, US Astoria Improvement cpmpany, 1,000 Butte-New York COP- er company, 200 New York Theater ompany, 88 1-8 Empire Theater company, Saracuse; 12 Blackston* theater :ompany, and 250 Amusement com- lany of Illinois. Mr. Harris h«ld a one-half Interest n "The Quaker Girl." appraised a-t $6.000; owned "Maggrie Pepper," $2.- 2J; "Traveling Salesman," $1,500; ·The Talker," $1,876; two-thirds in- erest tn lease of Grand opera, house, New Ha«n, Conn, $6.666; on«-quarter nterest In lease of Orpheum theater, Altoona, Pa., $2,000; one-half Interest H. Robert La.w Studios company, $3,651. Lease In the Walnut Street theater, Philadelphia, showed a loss In 1911-1912 of $7,906. Among the Interest* In stoek plays ere "The Arab." $100; twenty-two and one-half per c»nt Interest In ·The Third Degree," $2,000; same In MISSION DAY FESTIVAL PLANNED een Con- St. Paul's German Lutheran congre-1 gallon, at Its meeting Sunday after- this week noon, decided to have Its mission day been holding meetings. The «erMc From Iowa Where He Ha* ducting Meeting*. Rev. J. C. Brown, pastor of St. Paul's Mothodist church, IB expected homa from Iowa, where he h?« "Tha Lion and the Mouse," $2,000; one- quarter Interest in "The Chorus Lady.',' $600; forty-five per cent Interest In ··guoh ·. Little Queen," JJOO; torty-flve per cent Interest tn "Strongheart," WOO; ona-quarter Interest In "The Commuters," 1500. CHURCH OF GOD OFFICIAL BOARD The official board of the Church ol God will have Us monthly meeting at 7:46 tonight at the church. Beginning Tuesday night, a series of outdoor meetings will b« held near th» home of A;- J. Boher In the Pythian home addition. They will continue all week except Saturday night On account of these services there will be no prayer meetins Wednesday night at th««hojrch- , . -,.- festival the third Sunday in September. Some outside speakers will be here tor that occasion. The financial report given at the meeting showed the treasury in good condition. Rev. Theodore Lohrmann, pastor will attend the hospital meeting In Springfield Wednesday. " Announcement for communion will be from 1 to 8 p. m. Thursday. Communion will be celebrated next Sunflay mornlng, the preparatory service being at 10. at the tabernacle here yesterday wers conducted by Walter Troesch. Mr. Troesch will have charge of ths ...-ayer meeting Wednesday night at i o'clock. At that meeting 1 tickets will e given out for the ice cream social to be held July 14 on the lawn at the) ONE ADDITION AT CENTRAL CHURCH There was one addition to the Central Church of Christ Bundlay morn ing-. Officers of the church will meet at 7:45 tonight. The Christian Culture class will have a picnic at Farlea park Tuesday even- in?. The subject for the Wednesday night service will be "Paul, the Convert" The Social Helpers will serve the banquet to th« mall carriers »t Fair-view park at « o'clock Friday evening. FIRST tnHTTBD BRETHREN. The Ladles' Aid society of th» Mr=-| United Brethren church, will mwt at 2:30 Thursday afternoon. The Junior Endeavor society will meet at 2:30 Tuesday afternoon. ENGLISH 1.TITHERAW. The only service of the week at the English Lutheran church Is the teach- er»' m«etln« tabernacle. meet The Ladles' Aid society will Friday afternoon at the tabernacle. HOLD PICNIC~AT NELSON PARK. The Sunday school of the RlveriM« Baptist .church will have lt« plcnio Thursday afternoon at Nelson park. Haywagons will leave the church .it 12:30 and ! 'SO. All who «i« expected to bring basket* __ CONGREGATIONAL PICNIC SUPPER The Picnic suppeT~for ths Congregational church and Sunday school will b» served at «:*0 Thursday evening m the- pavilion at Falrvlew park . This picnic 1« for all members of the church. and congregation M w«U ·· th« Bun* day school and It Is deilred that «fl attend. ___ __ REV. A. J. SMITH AT LOCAL CHURCH Ee». A. J. Smith, former pastor, conducted the services at the Free Methodist church here Sunday. Her. D. R. Taylor wa« In Bloomlngton where h" held meetings both on. Saturday and EWSPAPERl MEWSPAPEJRl

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