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Page 'Twelve Cost of Want Ads in The Daily Review Se per line for first insertion 314c per line for each subsequenl consecutive insertion. H E D E C A T U Jti Jtt K v 1 . 20C 30c 40c 40i 60c SOc I'.Mi Minimum charge 20 cents, 8 llnel 8 timeB S lines 3 times 4 line* 3 times 5 lines 7 limes S lines 7 times 4 lines 7 times 8 lines 30 times 5 lines 30 times 4 lines 30 times 2- 4l} No advertisement accepted for les- than two lines. Count sis ordlnar\ words to each line. Discontinuance of advertising must be In writing. It will not be nc- cepted ny phone. This protects youi interests as well as ours. If You Can't Bring or Send Your Want Ad Phone -Bell - Auto Courteous operators, t h o r o i i g h l i f.i mlllar w j t h rules, rules and c l n s - i - Ilcation.". w i l l Kile you comp.ete l n - formatinn. And, If y"U wish, tn.'V will assist you in wordins yout want ad to inako It most effective. Ade Rd-eintd by telephone to accommodate you K your name is the telephone directory. FOR BEST, HOUSES--(Com.) FOR KENT--Two modern dwellings, one on East .Ide and one in West part. Call on J. L. Drake, 330 N. Main. TWO FOK RENT--G-room modern house, 1,'SO N. College St. Inquire O. Falkenroth, Pana, 111. · '"''. FOR RENT--6-room modern house: part. Apply Crystal Theatre. FOR SENT--FIATS. FOR REST--Two and 8 room flats, front rooms. J. I. Drake. 330 N. Main. 76.18 i FOIl KENT--Flats on North Main St., "nd and 3rd floors. Billiard Bids. Inqul Billiard, Citizens National Bank. 4 In Every Home Has Llse for Kevicw Want. Ads LOST AND FOtfND. LOST--Kimono. '··'!' Calhonn. on 1: ·!· N o r t h K y t l ·'··"'··· SITUATIONS WANTED. W A N T E D -- W o i k W A N T E D -- T o ' i r i \ e n r old h i s h .""-hool \* ork in i-onn G I'M!, rare HELP WANTED. FOE RENT-ROOMS. FOP R E N T -- K u r n l s h e r t room; modern; pri- v a t e f a m i l y . ^7(i W. Main. nil HOUSEHOLD GOODS (CON.) Auction. Household Goods Furnishings of 10 room house, including: 4 large rugs; 7 dressers; 4 commodes; 2 book cases; 5 iron beds complete; folding bed; china closet; kitchen cabinet, base burner; 6 hole range; etc., Saturday, July 11, at 2 p. m. sharp. J. B. Thurber owner. 302 West Main St. 7657 F. E. Wilson, Auctioneer. FOR RENT--Furnished or unfurnished room. i:;2 \V. Prairie, upper flat. 7'OJ FOR RENT--Furni-shPcl room: modern: private f a m i l y . Call a f t e r 6. 042 W. Decatur FOR RENT--Furnished room; m o d e r n ; pri- v a t e f a m i l y . 1040 E. Main. Bell 240r.. 73:B FOR "RENT-- Furnished suite, strictly modern, for gentlemen; in p r i v a t e home. Fell ·ni)7 SCI Cor. .Macon and College. i-Hl Furniture Will pay most for gllghtly used Pianos, Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Stoves and Refrigerators: or will exchange new Cor old. Meridith Furniture Co. Bell phones: 40C-413. Auto: 1648. Cerro Gordo St. 320-35(» 175S FARM LANDS. FOR RENT--Furnished room; modern, close- i n - 442 N* C h u r c h . Bell TJ30 -100 1 FOR HENT--Xlce ronm in modern home and -·ruil! family; gentleman preferred. Old hone 217:;. '·"« FOR RTSXT--FnrnlshPfl rooms Modern, pri- vato entrance. 640 W. Mam. Bell 241 i.^ LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING. FOfi RENT--Furnished rooms for Flopping 01 l i w h i housekeeping. 42G \Yabash Avc. .vut^ i ' R R E N T -- L i s h t h o u i 112 K. K l d n r a d o ; groun FOR c A L E -- C e n t r a l Wisconsin f a r m . 170 -re f n r m w i t h good house s n e a r l y n e w ; wo" b a m s ; 71) acrt-f: u n d e r plow; price SSu per » ; w i l l consider s m a l l stock o f h a r d w a r e Ki 'H H K N T -- Two rooms for k - p p i n g ; on A r o u n d floor. m o n t h , in u W Forest A \ * H p h t Pi ice FOR RENT-- Hoo *l-rplns and lU iprMlon to c h i l d r e n s in mortem houv- l h n u s r - k . - r p l n R ; no -J4,'. X. B i o a d w a y . for ol- l i g h t housclicepinK rooms K f o d s for ?ale ot a l»nr- an. ·***. TOR K E N T -- T h r e . Also h c n i i f h n U l s a i n , 414 X M o i . TOR R E N T -- S l e ^ - p i n K n n d I i c h t h o u s e k P p p l n K moms, o i l K. P r a i r i e ?''*» F O R R E N T -- U f u r n i s h e d r n n m s h o u s e k e e p i n g : f r o n t n n r t b a c k no c h i k l i r n 1411 N. M o r g a n FOR RENT-- 2 f u r n i s h * d rooniB P r n i r i f . ! 5.00-1 H O V E K N M K N T .IO11S open to m«n and I w o m - n *", t o $ n i m M i t h V U i t P f o r l i s t . Fr"Sk'i£YnsM:\?ir. l i ' P ' t W Ro h-Mor^N, I Y- ',,' ! HELP WANTED--MALE. RF.XT-- 2 f u r n i s h e d r o o m s i F e k r e r i u g . sr» E. O r c h a r d . F O R RENT--1! rooms, f m n i n l s h f d . t o r l l p l i t hcniFfk m o d e r n , f^" N C h u r c h St. · n n i n r E t r i . M l y \ V A N T E H - - A t pood guar.vn: \mern. a n ; no f · . m , Box JH-. · KOFI R K N T -- X i f e l y f i i ' - n l f o r l i g h t hmi^e k e e p i n g . sh^d m o d e r n room l^nft W. Macon. TL'O 1 FOR RENT. HELP WANTED--FEMALE N T E D -- E x p e r i e n c e d p i r ! _ f o i p;n TOR. H E X T -- S t o r e room. ""."· N. W a t e r , ?.n p^r m o n t h . A p t f l y M a x A t l a s ? ' ' · · ' FOR SALE. \ V A N T E I '--Co w o r k , rio \ i a F W A N T E D -- Dm me rook A p p l y Bry FOR P A I . E -- N e w sijnvv I h o r s e ; ir.fi." N. E d - w a r d . and penile- d r i 1 R ^ l 52*13. t FOR PALE--A good, rh ' dn-.^n snon. r a i l B e l l f - n p ^ a r n , t o hf r.. ; I a - l r l f o r -'.-.f, X " M a i n U'ANTKD-- L a d y in a down-to ·'·reft in snm · \}C, rare "Rt-vm I'll : is ahle to r p ; a!?o a IF ana::? bf.p le t n b u y m- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. ? \IjE-One of th* 1'OPt p r i n c f i ^ k l , h a l f block f r o m t h p t i e e f 0-714, c.irr Review. FOR FOR s. Tfilfi J neP = . A p p ! ^ -- R e f r e s h m e n t p r i \ l l r r e a t Rea 5'-n for «·"' 1 I f r - g , o t h e r a' R n o f G a r d e n PECATUR CONFECTIONERY FOR PALE. IT.17-- T h i s b-.tMnert» is l o c a t e d in p a s t of ' - i t y . b u i l d i n g 1^40 w i t h sur.-imer g a r d e n r i r ; l a t t i c e d a n d canvassed. w i t h el"c- V T A N T K D -- A l l f c m d s nt s r w i n p ririsson a f t e r C r m. Bell 4"H. W A N T E D -- Tour ; nnd d e f n r a t i n p : ft teed. Condon Ere?., [ t i n s , paper h a n c i n r (·'OF* v.-nrk puaran: 2r"4. S37 E. Condi t. WANTED TO BUY TTnr.tefl to Buy. 1 ill pay th« highest cash prices for u=*a stoves, rugs and refrigerators, or will t a k e tn old furniture ae first payment on new. Home Outfitters, Auto phone 1S41. 3701 WANTED TO BENT. WANTE--TO R E N T -- H a l l suitable f^r re- llffious worship, s e a t j n p ca p a r i t y , about 7,t. Address D, S. W e l c h r n a n , 45: Main ?t for cash. C A B C R K P . ,"23-"24-325 C i t i z e n s B a n k B u i l d i n g . FOR PAI.E -- P m n M grocery store, dolns gooc business; sood reason for selling. Addreps F 054 Review 'fa* 1 GOOD K A N S A S FARM FOR SALE. ir»l'i--I-'arm of IlL'f' acres, located in Russell o i i n i y ; om m i l e f i om small t o w n ; 2,1 m i l roni I ' m i n l y {.pat of 2,000; one m i l e fro chool ruid c h u r c h . Dark loam w i t h clay sub- oil K f i i t l y r o l l i n g 10 d r a i n w e l l , Sinai] ho n d ' b n r n . Veil, w i n d m i l l , t e l e p h o n e , R. F. p.; tm acirt. w h e a t , (X) acres cm n, balance i l f a l T i t ;in.i p a s t n i e . A l l good land. Price ·lli.fiSl*. subject to $4,flOO. 7U7IJ C A BURKS. ;^;t-:;24-3L*j Citizens Bank Building. Honey to Loan--(Continued). IF YOU have a lot, J A Adams will furnish money to build you a bouse. 911 N. Water, Bell 4060. 7158 MONET TO LOAN--ON FARM AND CITT property; loweit rate of Interest: no cnm- miBBlon. 1666 Burtschi Bros. Schoenle Citizens National Bank. LITTLE BY LITTLE you can repay a loan--or all at one*. Carefully explained before you take the money. Pay only for the time you use It. We lend (10 and up on thrj squares! term* Imaginable --private, too. .- --. TB2 Fidelity Loan Company 315 Citizens Bank Bldg. Bell "370: Auto 5S63. SPECIAL NOTICES. Sealed Bids. Will he recetv-pd for r e f r e s h m e n t and lunch privilege at the Grocers' Picnic on August 11, 11)14; The f i i m n u t t c e reserves the right to , reject any bids. o r a l l f i v p s t a n d nn or b e f o r e f n l b i d d e r m u B i d s may be m a l e on one and m u s t be h e n t by m a i l J u l y 21, 1L'14. Sticcess- ve all m o n e y paid on J u l y Friday Evening, July 10,1914. Interests Large Number at Mt. Pulaski. · Mt. Pulaski, July 10.--A fairly good crowd was out Tuesday evening to hear the Rev. Father "William Wykoff deliver a lecture on the school system of Gary, Ind. Among other tilings of inter tyst 'he told how they took the ch.il- Considerable Grain Lost in Fire Near Clinton. Clinton, July 10.--The barn and some adjoining sheds on the Evan Willis farm south of Clinton and Just north oC th« Willis bridge on Salt creek, were burned yesterday morning dren, fresh from the old country, and j horse public schools and taught them English and other fill bidder must have all money paid on July , ·_8, 10H. D. E Eaucom, Cumberland Phar- nranincs. mai-y. Decatur. 111. 7674 Ordinary sell put them into soon together with a team 'veral sets of PARTIES flesirlnR tubular wells or repair work, call on Otto H Tictze, Macon, 111. 7533 B.EAI ESTATE. fur tin M o n t f o r t . 1 p a r t i c u l a r s w r i t e A FOR S A I . 1 C -- I O W A L A N D S ; 3.1 G O O D IMP R O V E D F A R M S A N D TOWN LOTS A T \NT» A H O L ' N D F E N T O N , T O W A , A N D BAN- R O F T . rox. IOWA E N T O N PHILIP WEISBROD. _CITYPROPERTY. F O R S \ I , r . O K E X r - H A N f i E -- P r o p e r t y 42f! W a l n s h Ave. A. T. H u m m e r P. 11«'_ Colic HP M FOR .« - A L E -- A t :;i } m , t -.,1 u r l l . i n . .lulv li.",rd, nn .'"J.17" f o o t r o l l a r . !HR X. "" LE--H-room modem liouse and and IllmnU*. A u t o 1W4. FOR SAL!v--Pari;aln in n p w [iiisi i f sold q i n o k : cash Orppn. Bell ItfTi" S A L E -- $2.5H) for R . n o r t h r-art Boil 20 FOR SALE--MISCELLANEOUS. F O R P A L E -- R o l l t o p desk, sicte bo i^ i . i b k - h n l ! tree. r i i \ a n . 2 r b a i i = . m k lied " K h s n u n p s a n d m n u i v p p . romnind'- 1 . T a i l m n r n i n g , ir.ia N V m o n . B e l l 401 n ,^ FOR S A LE -- A t'.vo room b a c h e l o r a p a r t - - m e n t ; % \ e l l f u r n i f l i c d : close m ; . B t o a m heat. h a t h - h o t a n d cold u - a f r l e a - ^ o n f o r s e l l i n g l e a v i n g c i t y . A d d r e ? ^ (i-7i:i. Hevieu-. p a r t LT:-- HO ~ "loads* of good d i r t in west '"all Bell 20^r. 71,61 BOOK B I N D I N G -- P R A C T I C A L BOOK b i n d i n g a n d blank book m a n u f a c t u r i n g . 127 S o u t h Water street. D e c a t u r . III. Herman Spies. Magazines hound. names stamped in gold on books, pocketboohs and m e m o r a n d u m books, t o i l e t cases, etc TO CLOSE ESTATE--"20 acres U n p r o v e d l a n d at p u b l i c a u c t i o n . J u l y 91. at '-' p m., on premises, S m i l e s s o u t h ot Leon, Kan. This I* k n o w n as " G u l i r - R Farm " Good house, i n r p f s t o c k b a r n , l a r p e c a t t l e barn, t w o nevor t a i l in R w e l l s « i n d m i l i s and tanks, i - l t f e n c e d L *-0 acres In c i i l t i \ a t i o n j re- a t n d e r f i n e h l u o stem. A l l level, s m o o t h ·airie- no w a h t e . Bpst black s o i l ; 1-0 · r r s f i n e a l f a l f a l a n d This is f l h ? o l u t e ! y f tile best and most p r e s e n t a b l e f a r m s . h o k n o v , n i t . c o u n t y , and Is c o n s i d e r e d go by all ·t." To «·*· t h i s f a r m is tn w a n t 1 h a v e I n s p e c t e d t h i s f a r m a n g u a r a n t e e I t t o meet y o u r e x p e c t a t i o n f i v p m i l l i o n sa* a nee on ensv t r r n i s Fo i write Jno. R. Bradsha' S1..VIO r-ash, h a l i r i n f o r m n t i o i H i v e a p e n t -Jno. R. Bradshaw. Real E s t a t e Auct . Decatur, III. On \\ p i t : fur^ Fiv --FOR PALE-acres w i t h It room m o d e r n home: b a r n a n d n e c e s s a r y o u t b u i l d i n g s Loa ted i n Rood t o w n , close to D e c a t u r -- a t o u n of qood d i u r ' - l i L E . best of schools, goorl h a n k a n d v a i l r o . i d s r r x i r p , a n d be-st b u s t - ne«s t o w n a n y w h r - r e a b o u t Decatur. on \\ i l l not be d i s a p p o i n t e d on i n s p e c t i o n . For t u r t h e r i n f o r m a t i o n p e e Jno. E. Bradshaw. Dcratur. I I I . I have t h p exclusive sale nf tins p r o p f r l y ' Publi 1M acrn': u « U iniproved Unrl at ?3le .lulv 30th. at 2 p m on premises 7 m l l f ? s o u t h e a s t of El.lorado. Kan This is a f i n e f a r m . Terms SI "00 sale d a y . balance u l t h possession March 1st 1015 Half piir- rliase price can r e m i i n - i R a m s t land if de- Mr ert TAR?OX O FE.\Ri"K. F a r m i n p t o n . N e w Mexico Jno. R. Bradshaw. R e a l Estate AiiFt . Decahlr, II!. 7712 For Sale. BICYCLES AND AUTOS. FOR SALE--Good 40.S S 'Water St. bicycle cheap. Inqiijre FOR SALE--Buick a u t o m o b i l e . M o d e l F; 2 b n d i e F express and t o u n i g . first-class condition. .".7". W Wood. TMl FOR S-\LK--7 H P. I n d i a n m o t o r c y c l e model; 2 speed 501 P. Mam FOR S A L E -- S t o d d a r r l - D a y t o n iar; q u i e t , smooth r u n n i n g ; fine condition; a bargain of the season F-I40, Review TYPE'^IMTERS N'eiv 5 room bunpslow. corner lot. electric l i g h t s a n d f u r n a c e , concrete b a s e m e n t , wmdmv shades f u r n i s h e d , n e w l y papered. On eipt side, close to shops. i300 cash, balance ?15 Per m o n t h ; or will consider vacant lot Have three o t h e r completely modern houses for sale on easy terms J, \\" WATSON" A POX. Bell phone IS or 362=1 6154 A u t o phone 1951 opls, he said, TUB 900 hours a year with 100 h o u r s out for t i m e of u n s u p e r v i s e d p l a y and the school p l a n t is being usc-d about one- f i f t h t h e t i m e I t m i g h t b e used. In G a r y the school p l a n t combines a recreation c e n t e r as well, s w i m m i n g pools, w a d i n g ; pools, g y m n a s i u m , shops for v o c a t i o n a l t r a l n l n s , all in use six days a week and 12 m o n t h s a year. By rotation ot classes, each school is made e f f i c i e n t . An e i g h t room school b u i l d i n g accom- m o d a t e s Son c h i l d r e n w i t h 16 teachers. T h e c h i l d r e n a r e i n s-'hool eight h o u r s i a d a y . One h o u r is s p e n t on the p l a y - r o u n d w i t h a t c u r h e r in charge. Ant h e r h o u r i n t h e a u d i t o r i u m , l i s t e n i n g l e c t u r e s , m u s i c a n d a n d p a r t i c i p a t i n g n plays, m a r c h e s and etc. The c h i l d a l t e r n a t e s class room work ·ith play or shop work and noes not re. Ey p r o p e r grading, the rapid h o l n r is n o t h e l d bnck or the slow one ppt d o w n , t i l e c h i l d r e n l e a r n b y doing, here a r e m o r e p u p i l s i n t h e n i ^ h t r b o o l s t h a n d a y , m o s t l y a d u l t s , t r a i n ns in v o c a t i o n a l work. T h e i r p l a n is v and as e l i m p e r f e c t , but is w o r k ns o u t a l l r i q h t a n d w i l l become more f f i c i e n t a s t i m e w o r k = i t o u t . J o h n T r i b b e t t of C ' n m p t o n . r e t u r n e d i his horn" T u e s d a y a Her s p e n d i n g e v e r a l d a y s i n t h i s ritv* w i t h home oiks. N E A R P E R I O U S X C C I D E N T . W h a t m i g h t have p r o v e d a serious · c i d P l i t occnrr-d W e d n r . - d a y evening: a t he W a s h i n g t o n s t r e e t c t o s s i n g of the l l i n o i s C e n t r a l r a i h n . i d i n t h i s city, ny Hues, w i f e and two babies, were o m i n g i n t o t h e b a n d c o n c e r t w h e n r a c t i o u s horse t h e y were d r i v i n g be- f r i g h t e n e d at an e n g i n e s t a n d i n g --3200 CASH-and ?25 per m o n t h huy-s a good 7 room hou=e on North rollege street, close in. --$3'X)0 CASH-and assume mortE-iEe of S4.OOO buys R3 lots near i n t e r u r b a n shop and only . blocks f r o m cln- car line, north p a r t . Money to loan on citv property at B Also contracts for loans, m a t u r i n c In a J m o n t h s lor 5 r o loans repaid monthly. ,1 N. T. Watson, SIS MiHikin Bldg.. Tel. Auto J2S7. FOR SALE O l i v e r t y n e i v r l t e r *o. 5, new, 5"50P. E. J. Raese. 2rri W. Prairie. 7IW9 FOR SALE--Old established bakery and lunch-room, doms jrood business. Adaresn J. A. B. Bos 52. S u l l i v a n . Til i*i SPLEXDID OPENING for energetic man with $1000 in a well est a b l i s h e d business in Decatur. If you are lookine for something good, look into t h i s proposition. '^"" C. A. BURKS, 325-"24-?!25 Citizens Bank Building LIVE STOCK. TO EXCHANGE. and PECATUR RESIDENCE FOR TRADE. 040 -- Located on p r o m i n e n t ?treet In west p a r t of c i t y : lot 40x128; p a \ e t l street, w a l k ? , se-wor, gas. water; 6 ronm JIOIIFP w i t h porches; clothes closeis; poultry hoii roal shed; h o n i e d by stoves; e l e c t r i c ci 3 blocks from car Sine. Price ?2,r»ro. pul\icct to 51.000 Consider less for cash or t a k e larger modern property. Lot alone is w n r t h .,2 500 ,6,9 C. A. BURKS. .·523-324-325 Citizens Bank BuiMlng. FOR EXCHANGE--Good S5 n O r n n m hou = e for good Ford TolU. 181! M e r c h a n t St. equity auto. in ."S H. 7n!14 FOE EENT--HOUSES. FOR RENT---Morlei car line. Address n six room hou ·S7 N. E d w a i d . KOR R E N T -- S i x room p a r t l y morle at 913 S M a f f i t . I n q u i r e F. AmK- E. Haln. Bell ::-4" i house on, 1)4!) FOB R E N T -- P T 1 M C T L Y M O I ' K K N 7 room house, S2S E. C a n t r e l l . A u t o p h o n e 5S)7f. 772*5 KOR R E N T -- E i g h t room quire 1123 X. Morcan. house. ln- 7710 FOR B E N T -- F I V E R O O M COTTAGE. 92." WEST K I N O - G A S STOVE. EI^EPTRIC LIGHTS. WELL. CISTERN. C U R T A I N S . STREET C A R - FIRST CLASS CONDITION. WE M A K E ALL CLASSES OF LOANS. PEGRAM COMPANY. 7GS4 HELL 1"2; HO5IE. 11)50 CITIZENS B A N K BT.DG. KOR RENT--Six room cottage, partly modern. 1237 N. E d w a r d . A p p l y 112! N o r t h L'nion street 70itr. FOR SALE--Cheap, for cash--Good h o r s r : or trade for good m i l c h cow Call at loi;:i N. Water. 7H4n FDR E X C H A N G E -- A f i n e 52 000 five-pass e n c f r .lute, to exrhance for high-claps it m west end S. H. Tolly ISC .Merchant FOR SALE--Horse, Johns ave. FOR SAL13 dtl TRADE--7 head of good horses 3 sets of h a r n f s s . 3 wagons. 1 surrcv: w i l l fade for proper's-. Call 412 S Franklin. Bell 2S40 '^4 FOR SALE--F.xn i ·· r.d - n"" ; my n n d rii: woulrt consider trade, 134S N. Church. 75S7 EOUSEHOID GOODS. For Trade. Could use pood house and lot in exchange or nnp of the best restaurants in Decatur, " i n n i n g f u l l b l a s t a n d d o l n q f i n e bustness. "nn s-hoiv yon books for past six months. t's a money m a k e r ; owner going away. V h a t have you to t r a d e . Cmilfl use \ a c a n t See me for f u r t h e r i n f o r m a t i o n . Bnteek, 127 E. Fralne. l 7C3S IF SOT.D BY SATURDAY nitjht. S'J5 habv ' carringe for $S. 4-14 ». Broadway, f a l l Anto 4IW5. ' »-' FOR RENT-- One 5-room house. PZast end. SIO.OO; one 11-room m o d e r n ImLise. 2"2 \V William St. J n a u i r e Johnt-on Diniock. " ~~~~ FOR RENT. I 4 Rooms 3'J."i9 N Clinton St., modern. .S S.(V» ."· Rooms TA". S "Maffitt f t part m o d . , Hi.uc , r . Roome 1082 T\'. KInc St.. Rood house. 12.0(1 r. Rooms \V D i - c a t u r St., mod f u r n i s h e d 1S.OO 5 Rooms 224 "U'. Prairie St.. city lieat.. 'lOfK. ."i Rooms very fine, X. E.. modern.... 2i.iO 5 Rooms Southeast, modern .......... 20 (V) .% Rooms \Vcbt Side, furnished ........ SO.Ofi ," Rooms V.'. Prairie ave. ... ........... :;0 (vO fl Rooms on West Main, steam b o a t . . . . "0 no r, Rooms 74G E Center St.. modern ---- 20.00 fi Rooms on TV. Side, furnishe^ ...... 30.00 U Rooms 761 X Morgan, nftiir depot ---- 1.\00 0 Rooma modern. Northwest e n d . . . . . 18 nn r. Rooms modern, very desirable, west. 2::.0t r. Rooms on S C'rca, f u r n i p h e d .......... 2ri.nrt fi Rooms In Riverside, modern ....... '2\.Tn 7 Rooms 10T.7 W. Green St., bnrn. lots. Ifl.fKi 7 Rooms modern. W. Macon. barn .... 2500 7 Rooms modern, close In ...... . ..... 2.".00 7 Kooma rinse in. North Fide ...... .... 'J5.00 7 Rooms modern. Northeast side,..,.. 24.OO 7 Rooms 1177 Cnttasf* Hill ave ........ 20.00 7 Rooms East Side, m o d , cloPe in ...... 23.00 7 Rooms TA'. Macon St., furnished ..... 40.00 7 Rooms Northeast Side, ens, toilet. and w a t e r ........................ 14.00 8 Rcoms 40« W. Macrm St ............. 3.1.00 S Rooms 11 SO Cottnse Hill, modern.... 20 00 S Rooms 125!) W. Decatur Pt. .......... 22T.O S Rooms 11^7 N. riinton St , modern, S rooms verv clopp in. modern ........ S Rooms 5(12 W. M a i n St., modern ..... 45.00 S Rooms 7 blocks we«t modern ........ fio.OO f Booms 133.". N. M a i n St., mod. gnrage. .S.'.^O :» Rooms modern, W. XTaron St.. ...... 32.50 0 Rooms modern, on N. College St ..... 20.00 Several Furnishen houses. Vv'p have over 300 houses for rent. fl'.OO to $50.00. 7G24 See Chance for Bargains. p l i c h t l y used household goods. Roll top desks and sectional book-cases; new and used trunks; p l a t f o r m ecales; hay carrier: f i e m i r i R t o n pump guna; double b a r r e l 12 and 10 cause; all kinds of goods stored and i m p a i r e d . 1-IS N. Franklin EL. S. E, corner Central park. 6413 Furniture For Sale at -i n i e a t s a c r i f i c e -- D i n i n K tables, sideboards, luiffet.", kitchen cabinets, rocking chairs, i i . - n bdls. bed springs, mattresses, every- t l i i n g to f u r n l B h a home, at 215 South Park St. New phone 13"4. '32- S. E. Minick. FOR SALE--A roll top desk. 30x17 inrhf.«. Cheap. M32 B. Eldorado. 7-"' STORAGE F U R N I T U R E FOR SALE. I- Bissell'p carpet sweepers ."OO slasK fruit jars ' . 22.."iO 2.VO Meriditli Rent Co. FOR RENT--7-room house, strictly modern. Inquire at 455 N. Water. TG4b FOR RENT--G-room modern house. S2r,; corner Oakland and Forest. 7067 T^OR RENT--r^-room cottage, S12 E Conclit. Apply JOS B. Eldorado. Bell WH. 7000 FOR RENT--PTRICTLT JtOOERN FIVE- ROOM COTTAGE . IN FIRST-CLASS fONDITION; PAVED: STHEET CAR; CURTAINS' FULL LOT. IU7 E DIVISION. WE MAKE' ALL CLASSES OF LOANS. P K G R A M r O M F A X Y . 41.1 CITIZENS BANK BLDO BBU. 2i2. HOJ1B 1SK6. ICS? -'· iron hr3 -."i bed springs ^.1 settees .... 12 pas ranses -~' dressers .. li- sideboards ]\ieridith Storage Co., 32ft-3r.O E. Cerro Gordo St. _ 7280 . 5ftc each 2c each $1.00 each 50c each Si. 00 each $4.00 each ?,t.OO each $5.00 each Bargains. Folding: beds, $8 up; center tables, 25c up; Rasolinc ranges. $2.50 and up: bedsteads r«0c and tip; bed springs. ,iOc and up; 12 Inch electric fan cheap. Other bargains too numerous to mention Eldorado and depot cars stop at store. Albert C. Bllckcl 742 E Eldorado St., Auto 1591. 636." The Exchange. Furniture I buy, sell or exchange new or slightly used .'urnlture, stovea, rugs. etc. M. A. Peabody lSl-» B^Nortb St. WANTED--To trade for a small store business. Address F-776. Review. or MONEY TO LOAN. M AND CITY LOANS--Any amount. "r nnd V, i n t e r e s t . D D. Hill, Attorney. ".13. n i 4 M l l l l k l n Bide., D e c a t u r rlsm W H E N -- U W A N T A -- L O A N * B O R R O W F R O M TVAT.T G A R V E R . .in' mide on F u r n i t u r e , rlanos. DiamonQs, l , i \ e Sloe];, etc. No p a y m e n t s required. J.-,S M A I N ST. . AUTO P H O N E K.7 For Sale. S-room house, well, cistern; on car line: lot WxlSO, S700. .,,,,,,,, 7-room modern, close. S-.fiOO. n-room modern. W Decatur S3. ipn .·i acres. fl,SOO: 20 arres. t4.2rt): 2 lots.. E side. 5-100; 3 lots N. W. nIde,$l,SCO. i«C A. C. Allen. 119 S. Water A 1%% Investment. $300 to 5400 down buys a nice 5 room ne 1 cottagt on car line; newly painted; f u l l basement: corner lot; electricity; gooa well Price $1250. Come and Bee this. Rents fo $12.50 per month 5SS6 E. F. Drohisch Son.. Bell 4012. Auto 1077. 159 E. Main North Water St. S e v e n room house and store building hoiiFe all modern, but b a t h ; located at 04 Rnd INS North T\"at«r Ftrcct If you are look- Ing for a house a n d tn go i n t o business fe me. Will rent for $uO per month. Prior 56,300 "OS J. M. Pickle «7 Citizens Bank Bldg Auto 1577 Bell 16S8 Cheap for Spot Cash. 40 acres level, black, wel' tiled Maco Co. Inn], or \ v i l l t r a d e on SO and "ay dlt Lot ana w i l l f u r n i s h monev (o bu':d home CM acres, S a c k a t c h e w a n . Canada, or wll trade .30 acies r e a d y to plat In lots. Frank Godwin, 11C Merc .ant St. For Sale. New 3 room modern bungalow, eflst side KW Eood G room housp. f u l l lot, west f i d e $100 cash, balanr,. by m o n t h : fi room moder north part. J2^n; 0 arres well improved^ t trade for ecatur residence property. 720 o.OO TO LOAN" on real estate. --O'Mnra. Citizens Bldg. Jan MONEY TO I.OAX on Rood security and to salaried people. E. M. Smith, 327 E. Mam Farm Loans. $100,000 to loan on Illinois land; loans made w i t h o u t delay. Call or wrltfe. 0783 J. E. Patterson, 401 MiHlkin Bldg., Decatur, III. --YOU CAN BORROW ANT AMOUNT-Nono too large. None too small. We lend money on Furniture. Pianos, Horiea, Carriages, Goods in Storage. Cattle. Grain, Growing Crop*, etc. En»ier termi than other brokers. Also we buy NOTES, Telephone No. 134 OLDEST LOAN OFFIC^ IN CITT. es- tabllihed 18KI. A T SUMMERS SON, 110 - f o r t h Water St. Next to Mllimin National Bank. I ; ; s ! t S t « S Sf « t S Money to Loan On best poss'lble plan. FirsT t h a lonest cost, second the payments 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 ·- UB for a loan, you can have the money w i t h i n an h o u r or two. Aris amount from S10.00 up. 1'ou pay only for the actual time you keep the money. Call and see us when needing a loan. Rooms 1 I and 8. Conklin Bids. Half block 9 S north- of Transfer House, 144 North f ( Main street Bell phone 2041: Auto. * t 1593. "· II II i Illinois Mortgage Loan Co. » t » » t $ i * i » * p « ; *; § « « i M M MONEY TO LOAN on the easy payment plan, 110 and up. All business private. Decatur Loan Office 202 Citizen* Bank Bide. 519 Phom: Auto, 1118; Boll, 3270. 0. L .Millbm-n, Phones MtlS 401 Walt Bldg D E C A T f R R E S I D E N T S FOR SALE. !Hil--Gnod 2 stnry S ] oom house, located I m t h w c f t p . i r t - paved street walks, gas ECwer. w.ilor: basement, f r o n t and bac porches; p a i n t e d last year; mantel an grate; r l o t h o s r nset. ci-terll. hot and col water, bath. I s i a t o r y and «ater closet: ho air furnace. B a i n for 4 hones. Rent ?..n pe m o n t h . Good rrp,ilr anil h a s nice appearance Price $6,rrfin. ^,h,oct to j:iwn. C. A. BURKS. n2S-n:i-s:ri ntlzen? n a n k Building. PROFESSIONAL. Multigraph Work. Letters, specifications, office forms, card etc.. I m i t a t i o n of typewriting. "f Violet Bourne. Public Stenographer. Boll Phone K. 705-7 Mllllkln Bid No Drum So Osteopatny No Knit Office hour, a to 12. 1 to «; * to *. Sundays. 10 . m. to U m. Landgraff Williams Chiropractors LADY ATTENDANT. Aulo phone. !250: B?I1 phone. 530. . Rooms. 2H-1S Moran-Corhett building. Co K. Water ?.ad E North. Decatur. III. 93C SPECIAL NOTICES. Hello. Central: give me 80. In t h l th. police h"arn"arters? T«s This is John Smith from Eoodv. I hav I f - t my ivlfe'" ~TMd h a n r t i f d umbrella an the rest of m i hair if I d n n ' t find It. !r- th You h a f l hetter see Dayton, the propr etor of the T H l n n l s Rubber stamp Lmbrel Wn-- ·. at C^n F. E l d n r a n n St By heck! I r»m»mhcr I 1"" It there. t_ recovered. T.Uauk you; good be. in t h e track a n d s u d d e n l y w h i r l e d r o u n d , u p s e t t i n g t h e b u g g y a n d h r o w i n t : t h e o c c u p a n t s out. A l l were iiore or less b r u i s e d and Mrs. n i n e s , or a while seemed dazed. T h e y were a k e n to a local d o c t o r for r e l i e f . R a l p h I . a u ^ h e r y of P u l l m a n , is here s p e n d h i s s u m m e r v a c a t i o n w i t h h i s a m i l y . P a u l i n e Rtipp and Miss Lottie Hahn were L i i K i l n v i s i t o r s this week. of mules, a harness, some day, ISO b u s h e l s of corn and 200 b u s h - els of oats. Only strenuous e f f o r t s s a v e d / t h e residence. There was $300 i n s u r a n c e on the h u i l d i n K and a total ioss of a b o u t $C,000. There is no clew to th-2 cause of the fire. LEASES D E C A T f R RESTAURANT. John ?ollis has leased a restaurant on Eldorado s t r e e t in Decatur and is arranKii'-S^ to remove to t h a t city with his f a m i l y . His son. Leslie, w i l l re- m a i n here for a w h i l e to conduct the Gem and A i r d o m e of which Mr. Sollis is now the leassee. MYERS' CONDITION U N C H A N G E D . There is l i t t l e c h a n g e in the condition of Thomas livers, seriously ill in t h e John T V n r n p r h o s p i t a l . Engineer F r a n k Graysou is r a p i d l y recovering: i n t h e J o h n W a r n e r hospital f r o m t h e i n j u r i e s received Tuesday evening. BADLY B R O K E N LEG. When J e r a l d . the son of Mr. and Mrs John T. McCoid. a young: man t w e n t y two ye'ars of a.ee, was r e t u r n i n g - f r o m t h e f i e l d w h e r e h e h a d been p l o w i n g corn, he had occasion to alijrht f r o m his horse. In g e t t i n g on the liors ssain he was t r i p p e d ami f . - l i t i n d e i the a n i m a l . It s t r u c k him w i t h his leg a n d both bones t h r e e i n c h e s a b o v e t h e snkle, are broken on Both bones protruded flesh. the rieht le? t h r o u g h the 1.000 ATTEND C. E. CONVENTION SPECIAL NOTICES. City and f a r m loans made at lowest rates. Johnson Dimock DECATUR, ILL. (Over Post's Jewelry Store) Annual Sews ion at Pr«rln-- Speaker* o Prominence. The annual convention of the Chris tian Endeavor eocieti^s of the state o Illinois convened Thursday evening in the Coliseum in Peoria with a la n u m b e r of delegates present. Delegates Decide for Full County, Ticket--Candidates Out. ·' are a r r i v i n g on t r a i n and it is expected t h a t l , 0 o nr 1,500 visitors w i l l be present. M a n y c i t i e s are send- in? special trains. Ray O. E e c k P r , p r e s i d e n t of the Peoria Association of Commerce, welcomed the v i s i t o r s at the o p e n i n g session and Rev. M. L. Pontius spoke in b e h a l f of the M i n i s t e r i a l association. Special music was given by a choir of 300 voices f r o m the local societies. One of the speakers of i m p o r t a n c e at the c o n v e n t i o n is Rt. Rev. J o h n Pollock of Belfast. Ireland, president of the E u r o p e a n C h r i s t i a n Endeavor societies and pastor of the largest Pres- b y t e r i a n c h u r c h in England. His subject last nig'ht was "A Message from Across the Sea." W a l t e r R. Mec of Chicago, p r e s i d e n t of the I l l i n o i s state o r g a n i z a t i o n , will preside at all the meetings. C. W. DYER'S CLASS HOLDS PICNIC C. "W. Dyer's Sunday school class of yi-.ung women of the Second Presbyterian church had a picnic at the home of Mr. Dyer, Thursday evening, with about sixteen in attendance. The ycung women onjoy^il them selves, w games on the back Ia\vn. and a picnic supper was served. TDuring- the supper, Victroln music was given. S u l l i v a n , July 10.--The Republican c o u n t y central committee and a num. ber of other Republicans of Moultrla county held a. meeting- In the circuit court room of the court house Thursday shortly a f t e r 1 o'clock. The meet, ing had been called by County Chuir* man Charles E. McPheeters and County Secretary Oliver Dolan, the latter from near A r t h u r , and was called for the purpose of b r i n g i n g out a county ticket. SPEECHES. A n u m b e r present made short speeches and a m o n g tiiem were. Perry J. Harsh, J. B. M a r t i n , A t t o r n e y Georse .V Sentel, Mr. Boyer. c o u n t y c h a i r m a n o! Champaign county, and A t t o r n e y BOSKS: of C h a m p a i g n county, c a n d i d a t e fur c i r c u i t j u d g e on tile R e p u b l i c a n ticker. All speakers urged t h a t a n e f f o r t l« made to bring out a complete ticki I for the c o u n t y as well as other offict-H to be filled at this time, and the f o l lowing: are being t a l k e d of for the d i f - f e r e n t offices, a l t h o u g h all haven't decided j u s t w h e t h e r they will make t h e race or not. J a m e s G. Lansden. of B e t h a n y , rot s h e r i f f . J. B. M a r t i n of Cadwell w i l l make the race e i t h e r for c o u n t y clerk or superin* t e n d e n t of schools. Clyde H a r r i s of t h i s city will m a k e t h e race f o r c o u n t y treaburer. A. A. ( B e r t ) B r o w n of Lovingt«n, wil: m a k e tbe- race for c o u n t y judge. Charles Gregory of L o v i n g t o n , is being ursed to m a k e t h f race for repre- s e n t a t i v e from t h i s d i s t r i c t hut has nVtt yet consented. R e p u b l i c a n s from a l l over t h e c o u n t y weje p r e s e n t at the m e e t i n g w h i c h only lasted a b o u t an h o u r o w i n g to a n u m b e r h a v i n g to k-3\'e on the a f t e r noon Illinois C e n t r a l t r a i n at 2:2S. SLUMBER PARTY. Miss Irene M o u t r a y e n t e r t a i n e d t h e C a m p f i r e girls and a few f r i e n d s at a s l u m b e r party Wednesday evening in h o n o r of her f r i e n d , Miss Harriett Hovey, of Decatur. who has been v i s i t i n g her for the past week or more. The members of the C a m p f i r e girls' club, are, C a r m e n Green, Charlotte Harris. Margaret Bishop, R u t h Monroe, Odessa Monroe, May A u s t i n . G e r t r u d e Millizen. Agnes Corbin, Coral Wallace. Bessie Wallace, G l a d y s Fleming- and Margaret Moore. The invited guests outside. the club m e m b e r s were r Misses Marr.I'? Patterson and Irene Pifer and Miss Rose Corbin, g u a r d i a n of the C a m p f i r e girls. TO CONSIDER STATE AID. The board of supervisors will meet in s p e c i a l session on n e x t M o n d a y for the purpose of looking- over the plans and estimates made by the state highwav c o m m i s s i o n on the proposed state aid road b e t w e e n here and the c o u n t y farm, and will e i t h e r approve or reject the plans. It is necessary t h a t the stata highway commission present thesu plans to the c o u n t y board of supervisors a n d get t h e i r a p p r o v a l before they can go a h e a d w i t h the work. Mrs. Thomas P. W r i g h t was a Deca. t u r v i s i t o r T h u r s d a y afternoon. Misses R u t h a n d Blanche Hagrerman were n » c a t t i r v i s i t o r s F r i d a y . Ben C o c h r a n w e n t to Springfield Fri- dav m o r n i n g on business. Mrs. Bert H o w a r d and c h i l d r e n ret u r n e d t o D e c a t u r Friday m o r n i n g a f t e r a visit here w i t h her mother-ln-taw, Mrs. Ea^p. Mrs. L. J. Myers was a Decatur visitor Fridav. MRS. W. W. WOOLLEN RESIGNS PLACE GEQ. W. DAVIDSON The Pioneer Piano and Sewing Machine Man now located at 21S N. Main St., upstairs. Call and POO the greatest bargains In p i a n o s n n r l sewing machines. Also m a c h i n e s repaired. --"497 720 N. Monroe St. Poundmaster and Scavenger Will remove dead stock f OR COUNTY, FItEE OP Bell phone 20S8. A u t o 43SR. . In CITY OE. Call S341 STEAMSHIP TICKETS ON ALL LINES Travelers' Cheques, Letters of Credit, Foreign Money Exchange. 508 North Water. THE EXCHANGE BANK To Net 1% First Mortgage Farm Loans Netting 1% In amounts frcm J250 to »2.K». Security f o u r times the amount of lo»n. Principal and interest payable here. H E N R Y D. SPENCEH, 220 E. Main, Decatur, Illinois 280? LEGAL NOTICES. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE--Estate of Bridget Thorpe, deccasprl. The undersigned bav- in* t""n iipYolnt-d Executor nt the estate of Bn.lRCt Thorpe. l.it» of the Count! of Macon aw; State of I l l i n o i s , deceased h e r f b v elves notice t h a t he u-lll appear he- fore the County Court of Macon County, at t h e ' C o u r t Houw in P c r a t u r . at the September tern-., on the First Mornlav in September n"Xt. at whloh t i m e all persons h a v i n g claims niramst snld estate are n o t i f i e d and requested to attend for the purpose of ha\inc t h e same a»] timed. - All persons indebted to said estate are re- quesLe.l to make I m m e d i a t e p a y m - n t to the . Dated t h i s 23rd I31S James O'lliira, Attorney, ,,, of June. 1014 THOMAS THORPE. = i s n e d a? president Baptist chu ' And Mrs. C. P. Kennedy I* Elected to Trefr- idemV Mrs. XV. T\". Woollen r»- of District 6 of the F! its meeting T h u r s d a home of \Vebster street, and M i s . 0 P. Kennedy, vice president, was elected in her place. Mrs. Margaret Seeforth was named Uce president. Thp "tt'oollen f a m i l y is le.r. ins Decatur to live on a farm near H a m m o n d Eighteen women attomV.i the m e e t i n g . Most of the time v,-as spent s n r i a l l y . Ire cream and cake were served by i h e hostess. The next meeting w i l l !T w i t h Mrs :?anderlin on East Lawrence street. SHOBOMER. Mr?. Ella C M e Sny.lor w h o has been vlflt- i n c homt f.. ks IITO B in-e Thursday, r*- t u r n c d to hoi- horns near Ma'·on TuesVl.n J o h n H o M m ^ r s e a d w h o arcomnanle-1 ' h f s f a m i l y horr i.,st Pnturd.iv. r r f j r n e dto h'ts hom*» at p.iKon C i t y Monday. The f a m i l y will r r n i a « n for a 'ongcr visit J W O.us ar.l w i f e , who have been y i s i t i n ? rt Li lives at Brown?, returned homi Monday Mr- ?ai:|A A n d e r s o n and litil* daughter Ir**np. « ho have been \ i s i t l n g relative« in t h i s r n--,. the p»Ft we.-l-:, t ^ t u r n e d to their 'etmg T h u r s d a v a r t e r n o o n at t h e honr- in Macon W e d n p = H i v Mrs. Loumda ?o-'orth. 4flfl Pouth MIS E X. OInv of NorV. who has h^r-n -·is.un^ J. D M i t c h e l l and f a m i l y , wnt t'i C3i-;\ T u p M a y to spen-I several davs f red D o n a l d s o n and w i f e rrport t h e a r r i . a] of a d a u g h t e r at t l i e i r home M o n d a v von ing 1 . The g r a d u a t e s of Iva^kafkla w i l l ImM .1 ncet in,.' i or rehearsal and niak" f i n a l a r .in?:?:n % n!s for commencement at the p r h o n i ' U l h i i n * next Sunday a f t e r n o o n at 2 oVIo.-k, A s i f t r r of Mrs. Ed Doolin from Missouri, s v i p i t i n c her for a couple of weeks DISTRICT TWO. District 2 of thp First B a p t i s t r h u r r h hnd d o t i p h t f u l m e e t i n g Thursday fit tor noon fit the home of Mrs. B e n j a m i n K u z z n v d . H54 West Grren street, w i t h r.inote^n present. The women brouglit t h f i r fancy work and the time was spent socially A r r a j i n p was given by Miss Lucy Smiek. h u t otherwise there was nr program. Reports show ed .Iiout seventy-five calls had hern made. The di. G tnct received an i n v i t a t i o n fr'im Mrs. E. H. Ohesebro to have i t s A t i p u s t m e e t i n g at Farfes park, where Mrs. Chc-se- hro w i l l bf ppendins some t i m e . The mr-^t- i n p w i l l be held the l a t t e r part of th* 1 month. DISTRICT NINE. District 0 of the First B a p t i s t c h u r c h n Thursday afternoon w i t h Mrs. H !'- Oood- ell and did nearly enouch piecing of blocks to make a r o m f o r t . Fourteen w o m e n a t tended the m e e t l n R and discussed the m a t ter of having- an Ice cream social. The next meeting w i l l be hplrt at i h e home of Mrs. \V R. ^'aUcr. T.20 C a n t r a l o \ - nuc. LIFE'S LIGHTER HOURS. North End Rcadlnc Clul . The North End H e a d i n g club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Howard Hurst, 72:1 West Packard street. Twelve members were present and the afternoon was spent in. needle work Mrs. J. J. Voclc- ker rendered several vocal soloa and M Beatrice Hurst and Miss Jennie M o n t g o m p r y gave piano music. Refreshments were There win he no meetings held u n t i l the first of September. Good Luck Scwin* Club. The mrmbers and f n m i l i - 5 of the Oood Luck club held n. picnic at Falr- park Thursday nfiernoon. There were thirty-one present and the afternoon spent tn playing- sanies and h a v i n p a ernl good 6:30 o'clock. The supper was served at prisrUU Pleasure Club. Priscllifi Pleasure rluli met Thurs- i t h Mrs Carrie Turner on street. Llcht refreshments ere served The noxt meeting- will be next Fridav with Mrs Jnhn Thompson on South day afternoon Fouth C h u r c h Mrs. Mm. Ceorjr* P. te«'ft Pinner. George D. Ix" 1 R.TVP a linnp Thursday evening In' honor of Mr«. William - - · - · · A delirious three H a m f t t o n of Lal-'ayett s-rvcd. Mrs. Hamilton chansM his m i n d on the eve of his d e p a r t u r e from Dt-nison. Tex., and Wfnt to San FVan- cieco on u r i r m t business, where he w i l l M diM.Tfnrd for a m o n t h or more. He ex« on« to r e t u r n by way of this place. Fred Daniel?, who has be«n r u n n i n g a« \pre5s m^songer between Nashville. Ten, and H o p k l n s v l l l e , h a « returned to t h i n part. c "-re he l"!t his mothr-r h*s moved to San- ·,il. n n d Fred spent Wednesday hern shopping-. Raymond J!ninser oT Sandovat, was « ; s i t or hen 1 Wed n e s- ti ay _ SCHOOL, T R E A S U R E R ' S REPORT. George J. Metzger. \\ ho Is township treat- uror of schools. reports the following a m o u n t s to the cred.t of the districts In tlu» t o w n s h i p : Woodvarrl. No. -",:,. $«.V (M: directors. Omcr Pt rry. Jake Si h m m j i m i A. I,. Waltz. E d w a r d f , No :·; F"~.3.1K; directors, William M c M i l l a n , Leonard Oglcsby and J. W, Thompson. M o u n d . No .17. «:!* 13; directors. William A Pchmid, Fred ' J e r k i n and Alec Reich* m a n Sh'ohnnier. NO .",S. $791.29: d!rector« J. C. CO!P, J. D. Mitchell and W. F. Albert. He^kethorn, No. M. $4IS 01; directors. F. H. U u x t o n , Ed B l a n k e n s h i p and Caaper Hoffman Stringtown N*o. W, £V4rt 41: directors, G. W. Albert. Fred Kllnse and J. R. Holt. Tcachrra for the coming winter--Xo. 55, Miss Ethel fox; No. ."·. Charles Tinker; No. ."T. Joe Buston; No. '. Mary Meseke. No No 00, J E roop-- B. F. Perry and Mlsa. Mi?s Edna. Buxton; I ' J I I I TJ. ' " H I Sf -I' J ' I ' - l ·· '· - - Executor. ga,ve several musical selections. BEARSDAIE. ^^^ and Mrs. Hoy lilH and children. Mr. nnd Mr« Rov- B u r k a n i and children and H. D TVelkfl" of Dc-r-atnr. upent Sunday at ihi home of E. B. Btirksm. Miss \da p.tdonour of Dpcatur. le tip^nd^ Ins a. few days w i t h H. Herlngton «nd fam- 'j. P. Camphot! made a bus!n*Mi trip to De'-.itur Thursday. H G Park and w i f e returned home Sun* dav' from Loaml. w h e r * th^y attend?*} rh*» f u n e r a l of John Park. · Mrp Ida r r i ^ p f n and rhlldren nnd MlfS Ada. Relflngi-r spent Wednesday with Mra. George .lanvrin. Tio V*f. "Im going to engage in a battle ot wits." he announced. "What's the use of going to battl« without any ammunition?" «h« «ik. cd. 'SPAPERf NEWSPAPER!

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