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Pag* ti EJ v i Ui w- Banna? Evening, jniy n, I»M» T I I K D A I L Y U U V I E W . EVERT DAT. ·nt.r.d »l the D.ctlur. IlllnoH Po«!«flto« to MCDA(l'Cl»M IDfttttr The Review Publishing Co. DBRATUH. IU.INOI8. Otrle« Id H » v l n « llul'dinc csmi«t at Ut!a Hid North i t r v f l B A « v « r l U i n i r « l » » m«d* K n o w n on wpll- Milan «t (!'· ufflc* T H U M B Of H I - t l S C B I I ' T I O N OK J«»t t n «ili»n:»' WILL GO m Attorneys Plan to Make a Tour of Inspection. OFFERED CHIEF A KEY Miss Esther Requarth to be Special Precaution in Dry in Charge. Weather. It has been recently decided that the "Don't start bonfires during the dry Thl» ,!'· ·'· V ll "·» III I K l l , ' ' * ! I l « i Y nrrcl' 1 ,.!.,, m · ,, ";i"^;';' ';;'"'";;,,,','.'''7."'· I,[ ,,, ,. . ,11 I'I tl ... "II "" I " ' ! ,,,, ,,,!,. ., .. , ,,. n ,111. i- . I inn f" ·· » n ' ' I ,,n , i|i ,!l . 1 .11 » I..' i · » ' · ' 'I'"' · ' rtSiE?'"' ftnl'i'llll' I t r n l n i : . I l i l . U. 11H. Siiii* n , - i » : · · ! "···· l h " ''"' '"' t h ' H ' l ' l " I ' "·" ' ' · ' · - '''"" l l l 1 ' " nun .M t i '!.· 111 .I..H 1 . "·"' '"' n i ! ' n , ,, ,, , , , , . , . ,\ I . I : . - l ' ""-'"I O i l . II I . ' t l . . - I ' I t ! "''' " l ! ' N . , I . ' \ I 1 1 I.I..' " I '··-' ' I ' '·"''· : - i i . . mi'. n:w n » ''" ! FROM THE PEOPLE. ' · H I I I I H O " llim«i''« *'«!·· f ..l:i . l.. . » I ' '· ' ' , | - - 1! ,' ] - ' ::".' ,,'',' ',., v '.'..'vr '·'''·'·*' '"' . . . . . , IP II · ui l H ' Many Clubs Opened in Various Parts of Town. !., V K H ! rtoi'nrtmc-nt of t h e c i t y has · t . t rn.ul.i n close 1m f s t l ^ n t l o n of i h , - "lid" c l u b s t h a t a r e b e i n g orpan- I -il i i i . O ' i t tho c i t y , but In n short time, , . " i i ' t l ?** aorne a c t i o n w i l l be t a k e n t ' a t v l l l a t least, g f t some o f them ' !·· t h u C ' u u r t * . so t h a t the r l R h t s nf · . lu n i n u t e i s, i f t h e y h n ^ o any, w i l l H u g h e y school of color music will be weather.' c o n t i n u e d In Decatur next year under | "Don't b u r n rubbish In furnaces. It tho d i r e c t i o n of Miss Esther R e t i u a r t h i i s dangerous because the roofs ara ot t h i s city. Miss R e q u a r t h r e c e i v e d dry." . acher's d i p l o m a in Hughey color m u s i c t i l l s year and was a teacher in the H u g h e y school d u r i n g the past year Mrs. Fannie Hughey is pleased t h a t the school will be c o n t i n u e d here and has endorsed the plan h e a r t i l y . WILL, SEND CHILDREN". The p a r e n t s of those children who tonic the H u g h e y color m u s i c work last voar are all very anxious to liave the "Don't throw matches in the grass." These \ arnings have been Issued by Fire Chief C. W. Devore to Decatur people. The chief says that the parched condition of buildings at this t i m e is greatly conductive to fires and t h e blazes are much more d i f f i c u l t to e x t i n g u i s h . , "We have made a number of runs iv the past few weeks because of b u r n i n g grass," says the chief. "While , i n t . i n t S u i t e ' s A t t o n u y C. F ' b.iva t h a t n o d o u b t t h e r e w o u l d · M I * , l u t In- d i d n o t v e n t u r e a n as t o t h f o u t c o m e T h e o p l u - t i i i f f i c , - of t h r F t i t f ' s n t t o r i well u s t h a t of the corpora. I I H . :. U t l i . i t t i t . " . i - I i i l i s arc :m i of t h e law nml "'111 be so j u p o n bv the courts'. Torn OK I X M ' K C T I O X i f e w daya." said C h i e f Allen, ·anil d e p a r t m e n t w i l l probably l i o n - of I r s r e i ' t l o n n n d l e a r n :.cse cluhs h i i v e r i n d .lust how N. b.-lni! oporatei], ami I expect i c nr*' n t h , r t n . i n * of p r n s e o . l t "i. ot h. i- , h i r f . s th.U i' i n be . i i ' i l ' i ' t i h i - n i . t n t l r . l v o u t ' l d e .n ,1! o ; i t i i . n l . i v \ S u i i j . n u - -oin,' h h i s n f . t m ! l \ t o s i p p o r t is IT the project IB continued. It is exp e t t e d t h a t the school will be even larger n e x t year than it was last. Miii- l i r q u u r t h will have as her ass i s t a n t s t h r e e or four experienced and c o m p e t e n t kindergarten teachers, some uf oni were connected w i t h t h e choo! c o n t i n u e d and over f i f t y have these grass fires may cause no dam- a l r c a d j agreed to send their children j age, they are extremely dangerous and cannot often be headed off." 4 CONVERTED AT PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Free Car for People of Springfield to Come to Dedication. The r e v i v n l services of the Pentecostal c h u r c h of the N a z a r e n e were well attended F r i d a y night and there ^ ere f o u r conversion 1 3 . A special f e a t u r e for dedication day, Sunday, is that W. B. M c K l n l e v has the people of S p r i n g f i e l d who an I n It will a r r i v e at S:40 Jn the m o r n i n g and ret u r n a f t e r the services in the e v e n i n g . This revival w i l l last all through n e x t week as great i n t e r e s t is shown in the m e e t i n g s and t h e r e has been a good .-rowd every n i u h t . H ' l c h m ec-hool last year. It has not yet l.iv n i l e f i n i t e l y d e c i d e d w h e t h e r or not tin 1 H u g h e y k i n d e r g a r t e n will be h e l d a t t h e J a m e s M i l l i k i n u n i v e r s i t y n e x t y t a i This m , l i t e r will in all p r o b a b i l i t y be B a t t l e d at the meeting: of the Mil- h k i n bo.ird of m a n a g e r s on next Mond a y pvc'img. FIRST METHODIST WOMEN AT PARK wish to come to the services t e r u r b a n car f r e e of charge. ! . i « - · . l - - t i . i · · , . V .1 ' .1 I. i * :'" "'" . · , ! · · ·!·"· :_ I ' 1 , ·· ,;, · i ; i *· t ' ',' u i I \ · r t '· · i rj n .1 .1 i h · T h - ! . · \ ' ' . . ' ' f ' I . i : ' ! . ! ' ' ' ' ' . . . . , , , I I I V» - I I ' - I I - ' I · ! · ! . - V ' - ' " .',,,,11 . . . · i l i ' · I i i! · · · ! · · ' 'i , , , ,, . ' . . ! . V ' - M l . ' I I " . . I ' ,.iv. i : i ' . i ' . '.. 'n ""· ' · · · ' ' .;, , , W i . v ·· ,, i. i i i . ' i ..'. "i . M..JU,, · . , , · . · « . · - i'. ' t i ' · . - · " * mi" . - t i l t , * . : ii" 1 . i - i M .'. . - I .,,, " I I ' ' i l ' V. . ' I ' . M i i I i i i; l . l s i n o i i r v u s a m c i r l i e r i ' , , n,' of t 1 - -.· i n l s -itul !· \ v l f i o:- h i s , l . l ] . l i . -i i l i " t to it T!'i-v can I. !' M h o M " M i n t , ' H . , r ' i ^ ' , 1 ; · ! n i a m t . a n 1 K ., nu'. c · n i l , ! If t 1 · p i , i r e Is . i 'd i I · Hi t . I.- .1 i,'.i- in i . tl .- ,|. , n i , l · t ,. I . M I ..i.t . ' · I . - I m - s H . w i t h - ! i , . t i t , ,, i, s' I if T 1 - r a r c i i i s o i i ' u r . .11^ ·* t l i , i t n i \ he m u d , . t n ! , 1 i l - n ' t i n .pint: t!n- u l l j h t i v c a t o - j ^ . t l f r y t ' i r ' - i t h H j i t l l t i K e v e n t h o .trh ' t n , . c l ' i l - i i l u ' t i . ' f ' v i i m . i y n o t b e I l l e - 1 rFrEKF.r H I M KEY. | · . - i t . . c let A ' l m an I oi'rcrc l I n n a I,,-', t th. I 1 i '· no i h i t ho could go in a ' .1 ·· t u n . - a m i s'e fo: h i m s e l f l,,nv t ' l - . t '·" ' U - I H l " i n K c o n i l u t.-il or | ' f ! ' · · w » s a n y i : \ , i l s t ' i l l n K o f i i - . ' i i M . . : I ' h i i f . \ l i v n ' . f U M l t o accept :!'., k ' - ^ I ! ' 1 ."-I'd Ii' 1 ^' } * ti°t a m e m b e r . '. n ·· · !u!'. ! 'i.l no r i t , ! i t to t h e k e . ' n n . I h i I n o i l s ' l t to U T l o - k t i l e d o o i :..l u-o tn .n i · ^ t h e r e w a s r.-ason to I t i l . . , t i e 1 . v , \\-iia b e l n f f \ l i l , i t " - l . l ' i ' u | . ) 'i I ; "t.in.-f t l " o u n f r w o u l d b e : ,-"·; t \ . i r r s t e d n n v v v . i y . M A N Y Ol.l'fclS O P E X K D 1 Tom H ( i c t t . ' i t . r,crl h i s e l ' i b on East \ l ,.,i, t i , , , . . T l u . i - d ' i y n l K l t J o h n ': , ,1,. , t |. is 1, f.\ on. r f u r f o i n e t i m e i t !i u n i i i r-'toori t h a t r . e o t K o S e h e n e k 1- i n opt', I n t h e l a f b l o c k o n N o r t h t ' . t - u i ! ' n ! « o h. nn.* i n th- ,' n '"i b ' o c k ' o n N ' . r l h \ V n t ^ t F t r e . t n i d o n e o n I M . T . 1 ' i . i t ·.fr..-! nt «' '1 ? t . u . i - t s , old h . , l r m n n '.f t h ' I . mm · . T t l u n t n l :· - STEEL WORK IS ' " " " · · · ' · ' · _ _ GOING RAPIDLY Th» r.«w . . · ! · ! f r t h ' n o w Or:, i l I ' h n r r h o f c n - t w a n ' · !·· K l - . c n ! i ' «· - K r.p. t 1 o ' t . . ' u r i c t u r c of t h e \lri M 1' M . r ; .- I" -i · r i o r y ot I ··: j . , , ^ , , . , 1 , 1 , 1 1 1 , , - , . is p o . . d i n s r a p i d l y , n u i h n n . ' , \ : i r ; V . t | h - . I t w.n t o C O M , h | i f . ^ , , , ,, , ,, , , , l L l l 4 I . , | , , S n r com' ' l 1 ""» '' '" r fl n l , _ _ . ,,, .,,,, t .,. m ,,,, f . t . T h e s t v u c IT.,- ' r t i n H r - t .'luo:- h n ? i - r . i c t l c . i l ' 1 , 1 1 b r , n B"t n r i ' l wo-k If n o w n r l n u '. i n c or t h e H t u o n . 1 [U or A d e r r i c k has i .·!, , , , t" ! Ml th- t ;, i r the s t i . I u i . r k o n t h « n i ' t o n d f l o u r t o assist in l i t ' l i h , - ; t h ' ! - i i ' i i H I n t i i '.i ·!· f i t '· ·; r o . , r n ^ '' v t M ' f l i M nf A M f f u ^ t 1 1 1 ' f l r - i n . i . , V i K w i l l b , i l " n e h v I h ' 1 N i t l ntil f l v t ' p r c j o f l n i s ' c - i s r p ' i n v o f Oii- Tl-.f m- . t n i K and pi -nic s u p p e r of the ,. o n J . i u M l l a r of the Woman's For- COMPLAIN ABOUT I ^ n M i l l e n a r y society of the First l e t h o d K t ''Iv.ii eh Friday a f t e r n o o n in '.ilrwi'u p i r k w,is held on the knoll in the (MM i I l ( l of the park. D e v o t i o n s wer** l e i M* Mrs. W. H, L e h m a n . Mrs. M i l t "ii .l h i i ^ o n , Pr., w a s p r e s e n t a n d r- id i l i ' t i r r f r o m C h i n a t e l l i n g a b o u t t h e « ' -n] w h i c h is b e i n g b ' j i l t t h e r e , \ n d 1-, 11:1111- d in her h o n o r £ o \ o r n l M- t d LUC'S were given by M i s s Lucile H i t h ock and the m y s t e r y box was i n n d - i r t e d . A t ' l t ' i l nf $24. IQ was s u b s c r i b e d tow a r d the $^ b a l a n c e due on the pledge nf th( i p n ^ i c t v . Thf w o m e n d i s c u s s e d t h e r r o ? j i ' e t ' i s for the coming- year. The j r e s i d e n t w i l l a p p o i n t a c o m m i t t e e to a r r a litre for it M r * J o ' . n M a t t e s , Mrs C J P e n n l n p - DREAMLAND PARK People Mi ins In Vicinity Declare It Hn H Become Stagnant. People l i v i n g near Dreamland park n a v e complained to the township hoard of health that the water in the lake, at Dreamland park has become s t a g n a n t and that the odors from it are o f f e n s i v e P. P. Bilhorn to Help in a Revival. The First Presbyterian church at Marca has been screened and electric fans have been installed with the object of making the congregation comfortable during the evangelistic services T.'hlch will begin in the church next Sunday. Electric fans and screened windows and doors are decided innovations in churches, but Rev. J. N. HcDonald. the pastor of the church, holds that church congregations have Quite as much right to comfort in hot weather as theater audiences and that electric fans are quite as necessary to comfort in the torrid season as steam heat Is in winter. P. P. BILHORN TO HELP. The preparatory services are now under way and the campaign for Christ will begin Sunday. Dr. McDonald will be assisted in this meeting by P. P. Bilhorn, the famous singer and song writer. Mr. Bilhorn assisted J. Wilbur Chapman during a revival service in Decatur twenty years ago In which many converts were made. He has since worked with Mr. Moody, Major Whittle, and B Fay Mills, as well as Dr. C h a p m a n and other famous revivalists. Ke is known all over the country. WONDERFUL, GIFT. He has a wonderful gift in bringing out the power of large audiences In song. At the Christian Endeavor convention in London he directed fifty thousand voices, the world's greatest chorus. He is the Inventor of the smallest organ in the world. This organ has been hig constant companion in Mr. Bilhorn's evangelistic work on the ferry boats of New York, in the streets and missions of the large cities, in factories, breweries and prisons, in the mines of Colorado, among the cow punchers of the west and in the fashionable centers of the cities. Mr. Bilhorn is a personal friend of Dr. McDonald and he gives up two big engagements, one in Pittsburgh, to come to Maroa to help in this meeting. SOME THINGS THAT EVERY HOUSEKEEPER SHOULD KNOW. MAROA CIGAR WEEK IS BEING PLANNED TEN YEARS AGO TODAY IN DECATUR ji i.t 11. IIHII. I ' L l - . H '.« I - In '!.« " ·"'·'' ' ' » " " C '·' |, j j .-'-.:- s. f r i * i N t K ''i* iil'i'. I -' ( , ;,,, , ,,-, r- v p. ." f n i l ' ' 't : w ' ' h l , 1 ! . i i ...i r . . i l l - ^ i . i ^ " M l - i A n n 11-: . ' i t , , , I V . .1. if · M I I ' '. ' J I I I ' I J I ' 'I '"! . . ii , I, i -, t , inn , ·· n,. · . 1 of lon and Mrs. J J. Kralg^r wei e In HUSBANDS FISH; I WIVES ENTERTAINED Maroa, J u l y 11.--Efforts are being made to get Maroa cigar dealers and smokers interested Jn a Maroa cigar week, d u r i n g which-all smokers are ex- RETURN FROM DALTON CITY Decatur Delegates are Back From Conference. The Decatur people who attended the c o n v e n t i o n of young- peoples* go- c'eties of the N o r t h e r n Illinois conference of the U n i t e d B r e t h r e n church at Dalton City, r e t u r n e d home Friday morning 1 . The convention closed on T h u r s d a y night, _ , - - - - - . Those Tvho attended from t h e First r h a r s e of the p i c n i c s u p p e r f o l l o w i n g pected lo smoke a c e r t a i n n u m b e r °*| c h u r o h f t h j a cit w e r e Rev g E ^e m e e t i n g Maroa m a d e cigars and t h u s help boost ] f l n d f a m i G e o r g l a M a n n , ' l , e ^ -- | a local i n d u s t r y . | o t a ^Hiri, Myrtle Rainey. Lilah PlQtt, Violet Mann and L.ilah Weid- nor. Mr. Long was on the program. Those attending: from the Third church We hear much these days about how men have coaxed household Industries --the traditional industries of women- kind--from the home and are using them for purpose of business gain. Laundries, bakeries and shops where clothing is made are cited by the women suffrage propagandists as showing that women ought to have the vote in regulating 1 them, and by the advocates of "wholesale housekeeping 1 ' in proof of their claim that the individual kitchen is gradually to disappear. Whatever conclusions may be deduced from the fact that so much washing, ironing, cooking and sewing is now carried on outside the home, no one can fail to recognize that these changes have come and it is perhaps of more importance to Question whether they are operating BO as to produce human wellbeing than to query as to what industrial or social results they may occasion. From this viewpoint, the housemother should be most deeply concerned In the various industries which have taken food preparation out of her hands, since her responsibility in providing pure food for the family is just as great now as it was years ago when all food was cooked under her immediate supervision, even though this responsibility is shared by the industrial workers who cany on baking and canning and preserving operations outside of her vision. There has been a tremendous growth of interest and intelligence during the last few years in the subject of pure j foods. The progressive housekeeper \ should, as far as possible, inform her-1 self, first of all, as to the conditions I In the concerns in her own locality where her foods are manufactured, and secondly as to conditions in great national canneries vand bakeries. It is well known that there are eome of I these great national industries m a k i n g ! soups, various kinds of preserves and i package biscuit and cookies in which | sanitary conditions as well as working I conditions of the operatives are such j as to warrant the approval of all in- | telligent housewives. Such concerns are uniformly glad to welcome visits | of housekeepers, and I want to strongly urge women who have an opportunity to visit not only the local food manufactories but the big national ones whenever they may chance to be in a city where one is situated. I had the pleasure of being conducted through a famous American biscuit house recently, whose o u t p u t averages over thirty carloads a day. I spent an entire morning watching the white clad workers performing every process from starting the mixers in operation to rolling loaded trucks on to car* for shipment. I Inspected the quality, of materials used; the cocoanut wa» fresh and sweet smelling, the choco* late was one of the best brands known^ delivered in the same wrapper which, is familiar to housekeepers the country over. The eggs were candled eggs of excellent grade. I stood for some time watching rows of deft fingered girls breaking shell after shell and testing every egg. The thirty acres of floor space in. this huge plant presented such a dust« free appearance that any housewifa might be proud of them. Every pro. vision was made to keep the air in the different workrooms free from, dust of all kinds. The uniforms worn by all the workers looked as if they had just come from the Ironing room that morning. These uniforms ara laundered without charge. I was told that every one of the 6,000 employes was obliged to take a physical test so that no possibility of tubercular or other infection might exist in the factory. For the comfort and wellbeifls of the operatives, there was provided an emergency hospital, with a nurse, a physician, a restaurant, which feeds over 5,000 persons daily, giving them excellent food at nominal prices, a library with the current magazines. from which books from the city public library can be drawn and a rest room. The expeditious and sanitary manner in which the food products were handled was amazing. One famous brand of crackers or biscuit known almost the world over. Is manufactured undc-r conditions more sanitary than those that exist in many private kitchens. Only once does the human hand come in contact with them throughout all their making. This is after they have been baked, when they are broken Into squares and put into boxes. Twenty minutes elapse from the Urns these crackers come hot from the ovens until they have been packed into the boxes and the box covered with its label and sealed. One must marvel at the wonderfJl machinery which accomplishes the various manufacturing processes, but tha most significant fact that stands o-it very clearly after a visit to such a progressive plant is the fact that its product is safeguarded even in a way that it is seldom possible to safeguard food prepared in the averags home. It Is pleasant to be reminded of such facts as this occasionally whea one hears so much of the dishonest food producer. This presents the brighter side of the ptctur*. LAURA. LEONARD. I- i yt-.ir t h e m e m b e r s of the K e n - I sin IT ton c l u b s u r p r i s e d t h e i r husbands u l t h a p a r t y so this year the h u s b a n d s i - ' t ' i i j i P d t h e s u r p r i s e b y i r i v i n g : a n old f.iOi (.nod f i s h f r y a t W o o d b i n e p a r k l i s t T h u r s d a y . The men tished d u r i n g t h e d a y a n d t!"f f i s h were cooked, O t h - r r t h i n g s t o p a t w e r e t a k e n o u t a n d a L't-:i or;»l Rood t i m e was enjoyed. Those who were in the party were Dr. and Mrs. J. K. M e a n s and c h i l d r e n , Mr and Mrs. C. J. C l n s u and son, Ralph. Mr. a n d Mr?. \V. D. Llpe and son. M a y n a r d , Mr. and M i s G W. K a l o r , Mr and Mrs. J. A B r a d s h a w , Mr. and Mrs. Earl Q u t g - t - m r ' i M n n of t c " "M so 'r, J n r n " « M i l ' k . ' i " i 1 n n ^ « w i t h -Mm .1 i ·· -11 hr-f t I- ' i ' " t - ley, Mrs. A. Birks a n d d a u g h t e r , C i . - l d K Mrs. J. E. R a t t a n a n d d a u g h t e r , Mr. ,-ind Mrs. P. A E d w a r d s and d a n g h - t r r , J u a n l t a . T h e g u e s t s o f th r t p a r t y wore Mr. and Mrs. George A. R i c e , Mr. nnrl Mrs. E. F S t r l r p e r and d a u g h t e r , M ' l ^ r r d HISTORY OF CIVIL WAR DAY BY DAY Jt'l.Y IL t^fl*. MdJor-1rri«Tal K n i n k l l n n f t h a U n i o t . r - T i v w n « M k . - n t " i « ' " ' r I n ~. » n , I*,. bv t h » r n M l n i r * n T t i n T · · n whl'- T i f t w o .'t*rr nn I *'· · li t ' r- · ' .1' c ELOPERS WILL BE REMARRIED Tin* Jinn-"* M r * l t 7 i ; u r . i M . Ji S p r i n f f - f « 1 - 1 } n u t h . r. ncl M|"«.H Sn r,i h n i i / , a l ' p t h M n i t o f A u b u r n , u h o eloped t o Decat ' j r «'ii Jub' 1 ttnd w ^ r o m a r r i e d by . l u t t l «· .T H M K ' n y h«re, w i l l *« r c - ni.it t tt-rl fin in ^ t i m e in t h e n » T r f u - t u t f 1 \ i : i v K a t h o r H l r k c v at. H p r t n R 1!' 1 !. \\ UN the » t a u - n u - n l y e H i e r d a v uf M r " f - I*. S t u t n i i t h ' T nf t h o R i r l RICHARD DILLEHUNT t '- thl ."', '.';" "" nr ', ! ";' h " 1 '^ m ',r'iT VISITS IN DECATUR ','!,? ,r '.'!'",',',".. ""t" ^^'^"^1 | t o t l u ' r w i i l . ! . U K On T* ny lit A M n t r l i i nml llotipmlfl fnr ' » .«d.»r. »,,*. i D U E R R WRITES OF P r J l l i h , t . | I ' l l l . M n t . -mi o f M r n n d , Mri. H ~ n r l l » i ' i n t i'n|i \\', r t w i l l l n n mf*n*ci*d r-v t»i more f l n o r*--*' n * n r t h * I T * I ' t T" » n ' l , ",..· M! THIRTY WOMEN AT MRS. GEBHART'S A ^ o . i t t h i r t y w o m ^ n m e t a t t h e H r . n f M o t l . o r n ' - t c h u r c h F r i d a y after- n o o n to KM to t h p c o u n t r y h o m e of Mrs. K S G c M h a r t for the m o n t h l y meeting of t h e Woman's Homo M i s s i o n a r y soc i t t . Convev.irices w c r p provided t o t.iltp t h e m o u t . A short b u s i n e s s meet- i n g was h o l d d u r i n g " t h e a f t e r n o o n b u t mn«;t *"·' t h e r i m e was B p o n t socially and a d e l i g h t f u l t i m e was had. Mrs. Gob- h a r t Sf r v r i l r r f r e s h m r n t s . ^ ! r l r*, w ho h ·· hi '"i H*«·' i n f "1 w l l ' t h f Or. r - n M^ 1U .(". i cl.' ir- i n !' n t l a n d . "'". f o r t!-o i . i s t iv.u i t . i j D h a H V f \ r n . IN \ U . t I r i i f fi"- n r* , 1 - 1 t ' r r f w t r h i . i n f ! t :-. I M t 1 ' . i i ^ D r . P i l ..· u r t « ." ·!' . . T I · f t!'.- ··! !·!· l t l i r !v 11 ,1 i ·· iN'*si r (tt V r , i t o s n y i n ihr- Or'-- U i l l M « . : i - l l · n l l r K f IT I * 11' J, MI! l-i - (i hi.i w n y to E n - r i . | f t « . -!T · i . n t . m l v n n c * \\ 01 U il - . - i l l !· .1 n- f -r \ ' . - ' i t , i, V.jflti i.i, a l.o u t . ' · ' « · . . l · .T V i i n , t , J i r I ) l ! l e h ' . i n t \ \ l , i K n tn t · t · · ] » - , l ! " h « n i ! i HP I n - t - m N to f M . I n 1 , 1. : i " p c for n i - o u t ,1 ( . ! ! MAY HAVE "MOVIES" COLORADO TRIP YOUNG PEOPLE TO TAKE CHARGE A r r a n p p m e n t s were made by the \Vo- 1 m'.- M I ^ M o n n r y society oC the "West- m i n s t e r P r e s b y t e r i a n c h u r c h at Its m* f t i n n F r j r t o y a f t e r n o n i n Fair view jt.irk to have the young 1 people take c h a r g e of the A u g u s t meeting. A b o u t f o r t y people were present f o r t h « s u p p e r f o l l o w i n g the meeting". It U I P n n e n j o y a b l e occasion. !!· nriO Ilrldr Ertjojlntf Srltcn by \ V n l k - liitt and niillnfr. \ }· t t f r wai revived at tha T. M. C v , l - . ' ' i v f m m Mr. n n d Mrs. W i l l i a m M I - t r i n F.fitm Park, Colo. Kite? I ' . n k i b l t r . i l n r to I-nke G e n e v a . Wia.. 1 f i t -; .1 I ' t r R R V M. C. A. camp, Tt Is M f i . i t . v i 7.XO' 1 t-ci above the sen- I f ^ v e l . Mr h i j f r r s ' a t f d t h a t h e w a l k e d t o K f i r I . i k * . K miles away, w h i c h is 9.250 f r r - l ii l j n \ f . ( h o p r a . M r . h i . o r r s t a t - R t h a t h e a n d Mrs. U u . - i " a r c h n v l n g a grro.it tlm*-, h i k i n g a i u l r l ' i l n g l i n r s p v ' f i r k . Thej, w i l l po to H i i m r over n e x t S u n d a y , nml f r o m t h i T P t n M i M n t o n , Colo., w h r - r i ' t h e y will renviin f o r a f r w days lurnrr AT TURNER HALL DR FELLO WS IN ~ ..R.l.lrr« IM.n-H.ll j ST. PAUL PAPER In Th«- local ; r m a n ' l u i n - r * r . i r t v i « rictiirr Tnki-n \ \ l t l i Prmldmt o f tnl- r o n f l i c i M i i r f f t l i « u M n f " f r h o T i n n d , vrr«Uj o f Vermont. i'«ll r-n S n ' i i l i \ V i - h f t r «'! f ct f o r n ' T h ^ p l r t u r n of President Qeorffe E. n . o \ l i i f c I'l-'l i i " H i - , i r . T . I T o w f . f r . n f - | I - ' o l l u w a of the J. M. U., appeared on r o r d t n f f t o ih»- f . r ' , ' - ? r; i h j « « ' l - t v . ' t t i p f n m t pago o f t h o St. Pawl Ploner r).e--c !» r n t l ' t r K ·!· f i n i t e n S o i n t h l " P-«!»}t. a paper In St. Paul, Minn., on plan ·«·(. At M ' ^ ' - M , \},r [i|;j ( -e is n ^ t ' . · - . ! ' . ! It was used In connection KUhtitlnt . t , ii,r |il:i,'« Is n 3 t j . / ' . ! \ for nn; iunp".'"' I t Is a (fo"il | v i t ! . t i e N'. E. A. convention being !rl U I r . l M l i i e nr-S n-i-l! IfK-ntP^. In n p a r t i f *'»wn i h . ' i t at prc"»- eni has no "jrovus' of us own. »u !·! I n t h n t c t t y . Dr. Fellows was t n k « n w i t h G u y Pot tor Ben ton, presi- d e n t of the University of Vermont. CIRCUIT COURT OFF TO JULY 15 Cochra.n sent word Friday n i o r n t r i p that he would not be here at il o'clock to wind up the business of the May term of the circuit court, EO It was decided to adjourn until July 15. Judge Cochran Is feeling" v o r y w«!l now, but he thought It ·.vould be beat to let the naw Judge So what little remains to be done in connection with the May term. PERSONALS. Mr. and Mri. Clarence Walker 603 East Center street, have r e t u r n e d from a vUIt with Mr. and Mrs Tribune, at SuHivan. I-.CP Clhe. .W3 East C e n t e r Btrect. Is vis- i t i n g his mother I n M t A u b u r n Mrs. Joseph Howcll of Cerrd Gordo, Is »pendin« a. few- days with Mra. Joseph Cain, 183 Eaet Division street Mr§. Nancy Bromley, 244 Eait Division · treet. ha B returned from a visit with her · on. Charlea at Moweaqua. Oscar Eromlef and f a m i l y of Macon, spent Thunday w i t h his mother, Mrs. Nancy Eromlov. Everett Campbell, 1262 North Main street, la I I I . K a l p h Daley, ion of Mr. and Mrs W. E. Daley, 000 block N o r t h Morgan street. Is ill iv I t h tonsilltlB. Mrs M y r t l e Carrlck of St Txtuls, who Is vlclting Mrs. W. E. Daley, is Ul. Hears from Adjutant Williamson. Parole O f f i c e r Dan Sullivan Friday i ecelved a post card from A d j u t a n t W i l l i a m s o n of the Decatur Salvation A r m y , dated London, J u n e 27. The ad- i j u t a n t s t a t e d that he was e n j o y i n g every m i n u t e of his trip and would start for I r e l a n d the f o l l o w i n g Monday. He ere M i n n i e Collins, Ruby Harris, L. sent regards to everyone a b o u t c o u r t house. the -#Successful Surgery. Cerro G o r d o Xews.--Dr. Ham matt. the v e t e r i n a r i a n , Is an e x p e r t s u r g e o n , it" a successful o p e r a t i o n he p e r f o r m e d last F r i d a y may be taken as a c r i t e r i o n . Mrs. J o h n Welty had n hen t h a t r e f u s e d to eat. and the skill of Dr. H i m m a t t was re- q u i s i t i o n e d t n i n v e s t i g a t e a n d diagnose the case. Tne doctor f o l t of the hen's bosom, and dc-uded t h a t she had eaten the t i r e of o Ford a u t o m o b i l e . Accordingly he o p e n e d the f o w l ' s craw w i t h a j a c k k n l f e and rr-mov cd a large q u a n - tity of India T i b h e r , sowed up the cision, and the hen is enjoying best of health ever since, and Is now laying- a r u b b e r ball the size of egg every d a y an Some lVh«lc. Cerro Gordo X e w ? -- J . K. Peck w e n t to the S a n s r i m o n fishing, last Friday. He Is one of t::oso l u c k y I n d i v i d u a l s that always pet blpr f i s h while other people catch m i n n o w s . He caught a c a r p t h a t wetL'p.rd f i f t e e n p o u n d s . K n M I y rienaert. A dear old l a d y down in the count i j said to her husband one night: "George, clear, did t h a t story you was r e a d i n g end happy? 1 ' "By jove, ye?." he replied, heartily, "the b e a u t l f ' i ] h e r o i n e got cured ot an i n c u r a b l e d t e r a « e , a n d the story gave the name and price ot" the pills what clone the trlrk." ngle r e t u r n e d e a r - ·U Engle.' Mr, her in the week. Altogether e i g h t y - f o u r visitors and delegates were present. Blooming-ton was chosen as the place for next year's c o n v e n t i o n . Rev. R. C. Mann of S m i t h f i e l d . formerly of Decatur, is the r u w p r e s i d e n t of the societies. The Misses Holoway of Wing, 111., slopped in Decatur on t h e i r way home f o r a week's visit with friends. SPECIAL MUSIC AT 2ND PRESBYTERIAN The special m u s i c for the morning church s e r v i c e at the Second Presby- t e r i a n c h u r c h Sunday will be as follows: Vocal solo--"O, Loving: Father"-(Teresa del Pdego)--Mra. C. A. Dlxon. Selection--"The Church in the TTild- wood."--Quartet. Cello solo--John Childs. At the vesper service Miss Fay Fisher will read a selection from Mary Ant i n ' s "The Promised Land." There will also be special m u s i c and a q u a r t e t to lead the singing-. The Christian Endeavor society has arranged this service, but all are i n v i t e d . 'SEVENTEEN WOMEN AT DISH SHOWER Seventeen women attended the dish shower held by the Ladles' Aid society of ths East Park Baptist church Friday afternon at the home of Mrs. W. E. Walsh, 1504 East Prairie street. A number of dishes for the church were brought, and each gave some money to purchase new dishes. The women will have a series of socials to raise more money to buy dishes. Plans were discussed for the bazaar, which will probably not be held before July 28. The women will have an all day meeting next Wednesday to sew for the bazaar at the home of Mrs. J. P. Smith. 1865 East Prairie. Cake and lemonade were served by the- hostess. 32 WOMEN AT AID MEETING Thirty-two women attended the meeting of the Ladies' Aid society of the First Baptist church Friday afternoon. After a short business meeting, the time was spent socially, members of district 4 being the hostesses. Miss Davis gave a reading and Miss Hazel Tondorf a piano solo. Light refreshments v/ere served. We have just commenced to make some extra fine Home ^lade Candies. Fine Carmels on sale Saturday 25c per pound COCOANUT CREAMS Mexican Penoche, Vanilla, Maple and Strawberry. lOc, 15c and 25c per pound COME BUY A POUND SATURDAY, ONLY Many other specials for Saturday. Don't forget our fresh lime drinks. They will please you. Both i-iiones. 355 N. Water St. SISTERHOOD HOLDS DOLLAR SOCIAL The Sisterhood of the First Presbv- terian church held Its dollar social in connection with tha monthly meeting Friday afternoon and a number of dollars were t u r n e d In. The entertainment was of a patriotic nature. A contest was held, the women being exoected to guess tha presidents of the United States, the presidents being represented by Mesdames Bryant, Terrs', Miller. Park, Alvord, Kellington, Parsons. Buffington and tVard. About thirty-five attended the meeting. Devotions were led bj- Mrs. E. Bryant. The chairmen of the hostesses were Mrs. L. E Parsons and Mrs. Harry Holiday. Cake and iced tea wera served. ^ Cold Ices For a Hot Sunday Perfectly delicious--the finest hot weather dessert made. Orange Ice Lemon Ice Pineapple Ice .. 1 quart 2 quarts 3 quarts . ...40c 75c $1.00 40c 75c Sl.OO 45c S5c $1.15 4 quarts $1.25 $1.25 $1.40 Step to the phone and place your order now for one of these refreshing ice creams for Sunday. 1 quart 2 quarts 3 quarts 4 quarts Chocolate "Purity" 45c 85c $1.20 S1.40 Strawberry 'Purity' 45c 85c $1.20 $1.40 Vanilla "Purity" ..40c 70c $1.00 $1.25 NEAPOLITAN BRICK ICE CREAM Made from our famous Velveteen Ice Cream. Strawberry and Chocolate flavors. I quart Brick, 50c; 2 quart Brick, $1.00; 3 quart Brick, $1.30 j 4 quart Brick, $1.50. Our "Purity" and Velveteen brands have a standard all their own when it comes to purity, cleanliness and real goodness. Order now. Auto delivery to all parts of Decatur. Bell 262; Auto 1906. The Decatur Ice Cream Co. Inc. ·IWSPAPERI

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