The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 14, 1914 · Page 9
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Tuesday Evening, July 14, 1914. THE DECATUR REVIEW Ail* UP IN TENNIS, 001 IN GOLF Decatur Players Shine Both Ways at Champaign. * EWING AND JOHNS Foremost Contestants--Best Scores in Tourney. Ch»mpal«n. July 14--Decatur'* «ol£ entrlci In th« Country Club golt and tennis tourney, which began todaj, fell down miserably in the llret eighteen hole* ot the qualifying round. C A Ewlng and Corwin Johns appeared to be the only one« who have even an out3lde chance to duality and they mult make the iecond round In considerable better form than the flr«t Ewmg made a 42 and Johns a 44. Walton ot Champaign and Simpson of Galssbure made the lowest (cores for the IS holes, each turning In a 35. Sweltier o£ Galesburg turned In a 87 and Boydston ot Galeaburg a 38. Th« Bteatur players' scores follow. DECATUR SCORES. Kisle; 49. Ewlng. 42: Johns, 44, Moi- row, 49, Halnss, 46- Stanton, 53 Dur- te« had not finished his round at 12 80 WIN AT TENNIS. Decatur had better luck In the first round of the tennis totnnament, no: a player going 1 out Miller beat Starnes ot Springfield, 6 r, 1-3 It was a good game ana ilil- Icr had to tvork to win Bernard burnes ot Springfield defaulted to sillier and Wiley bec-tuse of the sudden illness of U t r n a r j s fa nor Coulter of Bloomington present champion defeated Roy Page of Gales- turg, «-2 «-2 Graham ot Bloomington beat Aldrldee of Qaleeburg 6-3, 6-1 Danely o£ Champaign de'aulted to Halues ot Decatur BUSHER MEETS COULTER Halites and Busher were scheduled to meat JJov. land and Aldrldge at doubles this afternoon. Busher, who drew a ly» in the singles, will maet the champion Coulter tomorrow The others Decatur plajei= had matches scheduled for late this afternoon OFFICERS ELECTED. The fifteenth annual business BBS- ·ion ot th» Central Illinois Counm Club Association was held Mondav e\ - enins at th* Champaign c o u ^ t r v c'ub Officers for the ensuing % e a r Tvere named as follows President--Charles White, Peorla First vice-president--W Ree\ es Qtiincj Second \ ice-pres'dent--J Britten- fcam, Danville Secretary--B. A SpaldlnK, Champaign. Treasurer--3. Paddock. Peorla Ninety-tour were entered in the qualifying round* of golf which started Tuesday morning The green was In fine shape and the course fast others are ill today from sunstroke by which they wer» affected Sunday during military maneuvers at Frankfort-on-Oder, according to the Tage- t'.att. The weather was the bottest experienced in Germany this year. Pleasant View Township Has Procured Good Results as Public Official. --In seeking the Republican nomination for county treasurer, I regard It as essential that the voters of Macon county ha'-a sufficient acquaintance with the circumstances surrounding m candidacy that may enable them to exercise their best judgment in a choice of a candidate I have li\ed and done th« practical work of a farmer In Pleasant View- township for more than thirty years As the representative ot this township upon the county board I have used every endeavor to procure the test results for the people, have had a w i d e lange of experience in public affairs serving upon many committees and was chairman of the county board in Ifl2 I submit mv candidacy for the consideration of the voters of Macon county with the assurance that I fully appreciate the responsibilities of the office of County treasurer and If nominated and e'ected, will bring to that office that conservatism so essential In the proper conduct of a public office Reepectfullv submitted, CHARLES H MOOMBT Blue Mound 111--adv. --For tomorrow we will give vou choice of any straw hat In the house at II This comprises e v e r y sailor or soft braid t h a t we have in fact the on- 15 hat? v\e exclude are Panamas Our advice to vou IE to come early Wed- nesdav rrorninff so as to pick out the beet v a l u e s On dleplav In east w i n - dow it 4 p m t o d a v -- A d v OVER 100 SOLDIERS SUFFER SUNSTROKE Berlin. July 14--Two German iers died and more t,ian one hu - sol- idred LIFE'S LIGHTER HOURS. Entertained ·« J. W. TOclgnnd's. Misss Iva May Knoebel of Milwaukee was tl»asantlv surprised Monday afternoon at the home of her uncle, J W Weigand, 262 East King street, by eighteen or her girl friends The afternoon was c pent in games on the lawn and refreshments of ice cieam. cake ana grape jJlce were served by Mrs Weigand JIiss Knoebel and her mother will return home Saturday Those present w e r e Alive Cowies Delilah Platt. Lucille and Ruth Young Irene Scherer Xolie Hlnes. Jessie Bechtel, Ethel Htae Eunice and Trenna Burke, Elizabeth and Louise Henry, Margaret Chamberlain, Nellie Webber Nora Mike Warren Was Brother to Decatur Dispatcher. Arthur, July 14--51lke Warren, aged 25, youngest son of Mr and Mrs. A F. Warren of this city, was killed at Marlon, 111., about « o'clock Monday evening- whll* on duty as brakemrm on the C. * E. I. northbound Marlon-Thebes local freight Details of the accident are not obtainable, the only information received here beine that he was crushed to death between two care. Mr. Warren had been In the employ of the company about four years and a half. The body was expected to arrive in Arthur at noon today. Funeral services will be conducted from the First Baptist church Wednesday afternoon by Dr W. H Stedrtian, of Champaign BROTHER OF DECATUR MAN Young Warren was a brother of C. F. Warren, I T S dispatcher o t Decatur KEPT WEDDING OF JULY 2 SECRET own Revealed When License li Docketed nt Taylorvllle. Taylorville, July 14--The marriage license ot Mlia M M. Metzfer of Pana ana F P, Moon ex alto of Fana was docketed this morning. The marriage had bean Kept a secret sine*. July 1 She 13 the daughter of Jacob Metzger and he is a salesman In the Fo^ f u r n i - ture store In Pans. ANOTHER PANA GIRL. A marriage license was Issued this morning: to Fred TVllllami of Sheildan, I n d , and Miss Cora Miller of Pana She Is the daughter of Dr. Miller of Pana and Mr Williams Is principal In the west ward school In Fana TO -WED WEDNESDAY. Miss Alice Dain and Frank Alton who live near Sicily, 111, will b» married Wednesday »t the Methodist parsonage by Rev. M G Coleman Miss Dain Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Paris Dain. The couple will live on a farm near Bdlnbufg. ASSUMPTION WIFE REBELS Mrs E\a Carp of Assumption filed suit for divorce In the circuit court against Frank Carp whom ehe charges with assault and batten One time, the Ba6, he w e n t eo far as to draw a revolver. They xvere married In Ta- lorvllle, Jan. 8, 1913 Mrs Carp le not sure Just where her husband Is located FORMER ARTHUR BOY MARRIED Arthur July 14--Clifford Cam- Irldffe. a former Arthur boy, who IB now employed In a bakery at Kankakee, was united In marriage Saturday to Miss Edna Dlegglp of that city KING'S COUSIN HAS TYPHOID FEVER Naples Jul 14--The condition of th» Duke of Aosta, the klnB of Itab s cousin, who Is suffering from typhoid fpver, -nas described today as acute A bulletin Issued by his physicians ·ays the temperature Is 103 4 pulse, 112 to 120, feebleness ot heart is again at) parent Local Notices. These NoUots An Paid Advertising. $2 00 round trip to Ctulncy via Wa- bHSh steamboat excursion July 19 Hall to Hannibal, steamer to Quincy Get particulars from Wabash ticket agent On account of the appointment of W. K. V, hitfield to the circuit bench the. partnership of Attornevs Jack and Whitfleld is dissolved The s u r v i v i n g member, Attorney T. B Jack will continue the practice of law at the office 425-6-7 Citizens Bldg. Attorney Lee Boland will be in charge of Mr. Jack s office until the latter is able to attend to his office duties, after recovering from sickness which now confines him at his home BIJOUTODAY Special Added Attraction THE ELECTROPHONE The latest perfected Intention In talking moving picture". Featuring EVA TANGUAY Singing * "I'M IN LOVE M'lTH THE SLIDE TROMBOMS." HENRY LAUDER ibe famon* Scotch comedian, singing bis favorite tang, "1 LOVE A LASSIE,' And many other Broadway star*. One day only* Don't fall to see and hesr lhe*e wonderful pictures. Free Entertainment. BY THE JACK BESSEY CO. "MEDLEY TRIO" SIKGIHO THE LATEST SOJiG HITS. Commencing Wednesday cienlng, July THE M.NSON CO. STEAMER HITS TORPEDO BOAT Portland, M6 July 14 --The steamer Governor Dlnglev, while l e a v i n g the harbor early todav. was In collision w i t h the torpedo boat Rodgera, which arrived last night with a de'achnient of naval militia aboard The Governor Dingley was apparently little damaged, as she continued on her wav to Boston and the Rodge^s came up the harbor and anchored TRIAL OF RIVER PILOT BEGINS St Louis, Mo J u l v 14--The trial of S E Wlthrow. o£ TVlnona, M i n n , pilot of the Steamer Majestic of the TVIsherd line, vihioh sanx In the Mississippi r i v e r ten minutes after colliding w i t h a sub merged part of the St Louis ·water- works on June 20 was scheduled to begin behind closed doors here todaj I£ Wlthrow is f o u n d sulltv hla II- ceise will be either temporarily or per- anentlj- revoked or he maj be f i n e d DANCE HALL FALLS, NEW BRIDE HURT Jollet, I I I , July 13--Two hundred persons dancing the tango and hesitation at a. bridal dane» j e ' t e r d a v overtaxed the floor beams of the hall and ciused them to collanse The bride Mrs Carl Merzk w a s senouslv Injured and eight of the guests TV ere palnfullj h u r t Gowns Dainty gowns of sheer materials. Trimmed with pretty laces and embroidery. Worth up to 61.50 .. RSCU COMPANY! · Everything Ready to Wear. ] 21-125 5T. Water St. Deeatur, 111. Skirts Clever garments of ettra qualilv materials handsomelj trimmed with laces and embroideries fiQ g Values up to SI 75 ***"* July Clearance Sale Of Muslin Undergarments THE BROKEN LOTS, ODD GARMENTS AND MUSSED PIECES SPECIALLY PRICED GOWNS Extra well made dollar garments, soiled from window dis- CQft play; %alue $1.00 99%f COMBINATIONS Broken lots, only 50 garments Worth up OCa* to $225 »»C COMBINATIONS Odd garments accumulated during the season, easily 71fi worth $150. at · **" SKIRTS Soiled from handling and QQ(* window display; \\orth SI**" 1 ' GOWNS 75c values, lace and dl C TmTW/iiaQci CIT T^CI FRUlC£tSo Slillro Sheer materials, pretty trimmings and clever styles, worth QRn $1 75' all colors *«*!· pDTWp'EICa QT T"PCJ JrlWlJNuJCiOD OXjXXrD All colors, man styles, all sues but not in all styles, while they last, worth OQ« 8150. at »««· PRINCESS SLIPS $200 and $225 values are in this lot Handsome garments, only a limited quantity C1 35 at * ' ·*«* DON'T MISS OUR BASEMENT SALE CORSET COVERS * 75c corset covers, while A7fi CORSET COVERS 69c corset covers, slightly 4,1r soiled, at ^ I W CORSET COVERS Regular 29c garments, extra well made and 1 Qp trimmed, "it l *" r 1 DRAWERS Any style In a great variety of designs Regular fififi DRAWERS 51 00 value, slightly fiQfl* mussed and soiled, at . "ww DRAWERS The best 25c drawer 4 Q e m Decatur at '*"* BRASSIERES Extra quality, well made and boned perfect d i e fitting, 75c value ·» n» OUR BIG BASEMENT SALE SOON BRASSIERES Brassiere. Embroiders trimmed Perfect fitting, 37 C BRASSIERES Agreat29c IQn brassiere at . .·*«· WATCH FOR OUR BASEMENT SALE OF IE UN PIPES Democrats and Progressives Not to Unite. Although final action ha» not been taken by the committees from the Democrats and Progressives aa to uniting- forces at the county election in the fall, It Is said by leaders of the parties that this will not be done However, It is very probable there will be several offices In which one of ths two parties will not nominate anyone and the other party will, and in those cases members of both parties will be aeked to unit* on the one candidate New York, July 14--New Haven was again the f e a t u r e declining on heavy dealings to 64 H against Its previous low of 85% New York, Weatcheater Boston bonds guaranteed by New Haven added a point to their 10H point loss of yesterday SMllns of New Haven had the marks of a bear raid, but was none the lesn heavy Bonds were Irregular. STOCKS HIT JTEtV LOW LEVEL. New York, July 14--Heavy selling ot New Haven forced that stock to the new low level of S4'i in the course or todav s earlv session The balanco of the list w a s extreme]v feverish INCREASE IN COTTON CONSUMED Washington, July 14--Cotton consumed during: June vas 445,635 bales exclusive of lintnere compared ulth 441157 In J u n e last year, the census bureau announced today Consumption for the ten months ending June 30, wai 4 745 390 bales against 4 588 729 last year THEATER COMPANY TO REHEARSE HERE ja c k Betsey nnd Fifteen Playera Come Thuridny Jack Bessey and hla compan of f i f teen placers are expected to arrive in Decatur from Chicago Thursday and start rehearsals at the Empress the- a t e r for t h e i r engagement*; The Decatur ensagerr^nt will onen n n Sun- c'aj J u h 26 Ther» w i l l be no \ a u d e % I I l e b e t T \ e e n t h e a M ^ this season The opening plsv in Der-atur w i l l prob- ablv h« "Alias Jlnrm "Valentine ' JOLIET ESCAPED CONVICT CAUGHT Jollet 111, J i l 14--Warden E U m u r d A ' l e n of t h state pe-iltentnry received word toda-i thfit "Littlfi J?ff Shir am, who escaped from the penitentiary bv Climbing th** prison wall uill be returned from Te^as, E h a r u m ·was declared bj the police to h a v e a record as a bank robber In Texas Cx- tradiMon papers f r o m Illinois -wore honored after the case had baen taken i n t o the Texas courts COMPLAIN OF BOYS KILLING BIRDS Robin* Do a Great Deal of Good and should be Protected. \ n u m b e r of people Uvlng 1 In the · ^ c ^ t p a r t of thf* f l t \ h a \ c complained a h o u r bo-. s k i l l In i? \oung 1 b'rdi e"pe- cially robins Many people used to think that icblns v e r ^ a peet, that t h c v a t 1 r h c ^ - i i c s ind did a great deal of dinner People h i % e learned more about birds In the pa^t few x-ears and h a \ e found that the good they do more than offsets the worth of all the che 1 -- ries the-v eat The birds kill bugs and insects of all kinds that do more damage to f r j i t s shrubs trees and flowers than could be repaired The birds are a great blessing- and they should not be K i l l e d PASS HOME RULE BILL TO THE HOUSE London, Julv 14--Tne house of lords toda-^ pa=sed the third reading of the bill to amend the Iri'h horns rule bill and sent it across to the hou«e of commons for consideration New York Money. \ e ·· 'lork huv 14 Close M e r c a n t i l e pa- TGI 3% (US 1 * '"c Sterling exchange easier 60 dav bi 1= ---1 $5 30 demand $4 ^7 S3 Com- u p r r i n l bills S4S3V,^:iS^ Bar slher, S3Hc ^'e^fcan dollar* 42HC 5a\eminent bonds e *«ri1'v r a i l r o i d bonds irregular Call money «i H 2?2\ r r i H n q r r i t e 2 \ ^ closing 1 . -*^ 2 *»*£· Tim^ loans ^trongor 60 dajs, -· -0 t a T \ ° "\ f f "ix m o n t h * 4^* LEGAL NOTICES. VDMIMSTRATRIS'S NOTICE--Estate of Simon P N l c k e j . deceased The u n d f r « = ' g n c d ha\ing been appointed \dm!nistratri\ of the estate of Simon P % ick3, de"ea«*d late of the County of Macon and State of Illinois hereby gives notice that «he will appear before the Coun- tv Court of Macon CounU at the Court riouse in Decatur at the September term, en the first Monday In September nert, at which time all persons having claim* against ··lid estate are notified and requested to attend for the pjrpose of ha\ing the flame adjusted All persons indebted to eoid estate are requested to make immediate pavment to the undersigned Dated this twentj-tlxth das of Jun« 1014 CLARA E NICKEY Albert G ^ ciii *r Administratrix Attorney AD^IMSTRATOR'S NOTICE FOR FINAL Settlement State of Illinois County of Macon es Estate of Sillie Johnson Deceased To Sabe ^ anderherg John W Woodford Robert Earnest. Trustee? William Clark Geneva, Clark Verna Clark Minors Lulu W a t t s a* cuardlin of said Minor" Bessie Pat- ter«on and a l l Heirs at Law DeUsces and T^tratees of said Estate low are hereby notified that en the 29th day of Jul A D J114. the Administrator da bonls non with the Will annexed of »ald Estate w i l l present to the County Court of Macon County, at Decatur Illinois a final report of his acts and doing* as such Administrator and a«k the Court to be dls- chirsed from any and all further duty and responsibility connected with said Estate and his Administration thereof at ^hlch time and plare \ ou im; he present ana re- Administrator de bonis non, with the Will annexed. M A R K E T S CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE QUOTATIONS (Furallhed by Wars' A- LelaaO.) Chicago, of prices \ WHEAT July . S.p .. . Dec CORN-July, eld July new Sep old . fiep, new Die . OATS-July .. . Sep ... Dec PORK- July . Sep LARD-July ." 'RlBS-- July . . .. Sep ... . Julr 14 -- Following is th« range ,;lth yesterday's close ' -- Op«n High Loft Market Gossip. (Furnlihed b/ Conler, Qalfltj ft O*.l PRIMARY MOVEMENTS. R«celpt«-- Wheat Corn Osti Shipment*-Wheat Corn Oats Today Tr Ago 1 640 000 1,191 000 406 000 ST7 000 810 000 745.000 31S4000 (ITOOOO BM OOO 881 000 407 000 621 000 OHICAOO CARS \Vheat Cora ,, Oats . CHICAGO OR.UN STOCKS. This Wk List Wk Last Tr Wheat . . -1.4SrOOO 905000 1283000 Corn ... '2534000 WOOD 6414000 Oat. X25S6000 58 000 8798000 Increatt i Decrease ESTPIAM5P CARS, Chicago July 14--Estimated cars Wheat, 1022, corn. 21S. oate, SS3 WEEKLY TTEATHJSR REPORT. Washington Julv 14--High temperature* ind deficient rainfall were «ha more miriced tenures of the week oier the treat asrl- r mural districts Deiplte these condition* however, crops over tne larger part of the country made satisfactory progress due to the excellent (Oil condition* Farm work nas carried on without Interruption and the »eek a* a whole «as fiuorable In the winter wnent belt »»rm and gen- e'ally dr weather Iirored the rlpenin* and hir estlng of wheat over the northern dl«- tr!"t« nhera hi.r\e«t I* noT approachinj completion and permitted of continued threshing In the louth and central portions under most tatlificrorV condition* In the spring wheat region the week wa! Mneislly warm »nd dry, trestlv fa\orlng protvth and checking nevelopment of rust In dl^trlc's tihere prexlous weithar condition* had favored to Its appearance In the corn htlt continued favorable reports from K»n*9.» and Western AtlMourl northward a* well a* In northern district to eastward where crop Is generally reported a« In excellent condition well cultivated and lagcli laid bv O-vor the Ohio \ allev how- e \ a r and nouthward and In ea«tern Mltsourl and portions of Arkansas Oklahoma. »nd Te\a» Ine crop I* suffering severely from drouth especlallv 1n Kentuckv and portion* of adlolnlng state* and more rain is now needed In portions of Iowa and Nebraska Toledo Seed*. Toledo July 14--C^er «eed October and December 8325 March JS-SSH Alslke Prims August, 1800, December 43 10 " Timothy Prime cash J2 8T September "1024, 6ctoher, »»9! Deoember 1297^ ~ New York Sugar. \Vw Torfc Julv 14-- Marks for raw sugar steadv MeUnM 1267 centrifugal, ISS2 Market for refined sugar steady LIVE STOCK. Indianapolis Live Stock. U S Tardi. Indlanipolli, July 14 --Hog recilpts 8.WKI head, market B cents lower Bulk ot 83 OE 89 OOS3 10 top !9 15 Cattle leceipts 1 100 heaa market for best higher others steads Cleveland Live Stock. U S lards, Cleveland July H -- Bower Bowed report hog receipts 25 cars market weak Yorker*, plgi and medium*, $925 lambs, JBy calves, Jll 50 cattle |7 SOS SSO Kansas City Live Stock. Kinsas Cllv July 14-- HOQS -- Receipts i 000 h e a d , market ateady Bulk of aalea M3-@«5o heavr $S SOtS S3 psckera and I incher* 375®890 light. »8 65fflS,80, plgl, $800485.30 CATTLE -- R«ceipts 8000 heal, market steady Prime fed steers $9 25®9 T5 utock- ers ana feeders. SOOO@8.S5 SHEEP -- Keceipti T.OOrt head market «tead Lambs SaSOSSCO stockera and feeder*, 535008.75 _ St Louis Live Stock. : Lotil» JulT 14-- HOGS -- Receipts 7 OM h e a d market «tesdjr Pigs «nd Itrhtl $750 000 mi\ed and butcher*. $890©905. good «m CATTLE -- Receipts B900 head market «teadv Xatlv* beef «teer» 17 "O®**" cows and Jii-iferf S3C039CO, stockers and leed- ei-s 15 OOS7 50 Teiai and Indian steer* . ?573@840 cows and heifers I450Q0.65, na- t i v e calves, »6 00(310 50 SHEEP-- Receipt* 7 500 head market steady N a t i v e muttons, $175@500. Iambs 1800 Chicago Live Stock. Chlcaro, July 14-- Increaaed arrival* brought about a decline today In the hog market Prime butcher grade*, however were relatively scarce Demand for cattle proved to be orlv fair There wa* no readv outlet for sheep or lambs HOOS -- Receipts SO 000 head market ilow and weak Bulk ot sale*, l?.53@93. light 1860ffl8.07H mixed «3,30@900 haavy *RS5 e»0f roulh »S. t !5'SS4'^p!e. 198388 85 CATTLE-- Receipt* 4 Ofxi head , market stcadv to shade lower Beeves, »7?0aifl01 M«eps {6 JOaS-Sfl ttockert and (Md«rl. IS 80 (rpsiO cows and helf«r, $S90(fi919, calv««, tg 50(^11 00 SHEEP -- Receipts 28000 head market .teady to 10 cents lower Sheep $530C2fllO jcarllng" $5S5@»i80, lambs S6 40(30 2( Sr- PRODUCE Chicago Produce. Chlcsgo Julir 14--BUTTER -- Market hlRhtr Cream«rlei, 20He2Hc BOGS -- Market higher Jlecelpt* 15.354 case* At mark (caseie Included). ISfllSWc. ordinary flr«t«, ITUiaiSc. «r*t«, ISViBlSHc POTATOES--Market lowwr Rocelpts C5 cars Arkansas and Oklahoma, 11 30Q1 60 Illinois, Kansas and Mlliourl Ohio*. »00@ 125 New York Produce. New Tork, July 1«--BUTTER -- Markat unsottled Receipt* 19.000 tub*. Creameries, 27»,(S2S',c first*, SS@27c CHEESE -- Market firm Rec«lpt« 10000 noie«vStat«. whole milk, fre*h white and colored apeclal 14«4®15e _ _ _ KQOS -- Market tlrm. Receipts 18,000 ca«es Fresh gathered «econd* 18S20C POULTRY -- Market for drewed Poultry e«*y Weitern chickens, (rosen, KUCI20C, fowls 1S319C, turkey*, 353260. ·Market for live poultry firm Chlckeni, broiler*, JJOJSc, fowls l»KOl«Hc; turkey*, ISc. GRAIN. Peoria Cash Market. Peorla, July 14.--CORN -- Market unchanged No 2 yellow. 6«li«J70e: H«. 6 jal- low, 8S8(IS(4c, No 2 m£*3. WKo. No 3 mlxtd, We. Ko 4 mixed. ««o, Moe, 44* B7C, OATS -- Market v,31o lower No. S white. 37J4c, standard. STftc, No. 3 white lOKc Chicago Cash Market Chicago, Jaly W--WHEAT--Me. 1 tea. !S®78' 4 c. No 2 hard, 18*879140 No 3 northern. S7@9Sc No 1 *orlni. 8«387c fORls--to. '2 yellow, 'OV4«J71c No 8 ye-1 low. 70@yo^c OATS--No 1 white, t7*4«, rtindtril 283 tlMOTHT--14 OOSW » CLOVER--»11.00fil3.0« PORK- -- ~ RIBS--fll 70 S12 IHt St. Louis CasK Market «t Louis, July 14--WHEAT--X« I r«4. 7«U$7?H', No. 8 r*d, T5HO70O1 Ms 4 r*4. 74if4«.c, No i 1HM wlnttr. TfliOMe: Ke 3 hard winter, 74a No. « nard wfmtor. nont CORN--No 3. 71971^c. N« t, TOVSe: No 4. none. No 2 r«ilow, 72o, No · yellow, 71c, No 4 yellow, 70K371C No 1 whit*, I8c; No S white 7«4?c OATS--No 2, ISC, No t, Sfo, Ho. 4. »»·, No. 2 white. S9Uc. ·t.ndard. Mo. No. i white, SSasSHc, No 4 white. M*c, WHEAT GREATLY Market Steadied by Reports from South Dakota. Chicago, July 14 --South Dakota reports of heavy damage steadied th« market In the face of bearish cable* The amount of territory affected fcy the plague seemed to hare besn considerably widened and it ws.| said tMt in the districts where the rust prevailed tha durum wheat was the only variety which had escaped harm Open- Ing prices which were a shad* to H @ lower, wore followed toy a recovery to last nights level Absence of export demand counted later against the bulls The cle^a was nervous H @ L c to %c under last nlgtit Predictions of rain weakened corn Selling pressure, however, was not h e a v y After opening He off to Ho up, the msrket underwent a decline ail around Afterward the market rallied owing to reports of severe damagt In the couth, but the effect on prices failed to last. The close was steady at a net decline of H @ f e to l®l'ic Oats sagged w i t h corn, the July option, especially, suffered from lack of BUDDOrt. Good receipts ot hogs mad* provisions ease ott Lard held up better t h a n pork or rib" West Virginia Corn Crop is Saved. Charleston, W. Vs, July 14--Heavy rains throughout West Virginia last night and today ended the drouth that for three months wrought havoc to growing crops Agriculturalists satd the downpour had saved the corn crop and added many thousands of dollars to the value of orchards DEWITT FARMERS CUTTING OATS Hardships Worked by ClMtn* I. T 8. Offlc« · t Crate. Clinton July 14 --The Mro* threshle; me- chlne ett«ray coai]p]«t«d the run couth- east of Clinton In tha wheat harvett and the farmers are buiy cutting o«tc Ed Hardy. J B. Shaw and Oold«r Joseph ir« amone thow who are bstfnnlnBr to cut oatu Tha oata are rather short and light thli y«ar but will b« almoat an average crop FARMERS UP IN ARME Farmer* and other* In the viclnit of Craiv on the Interurban mldwav between CiinWn and Mar«a ar« up In armi ilne«* the Illtnota Traction Eyitera remoxed the ticket office from the store at Craig along with other small offices between Bloomington and Decatur No reason was (piten !} the officials for the discontinuance of the office other than that expenies are (fteat and buei- HPSS Is poor on the system The absence of tt*« ticket office comes a* a great hardship on the people In Texas townihlp and tor several miles east and we«t of the itatlon It had grown to be a popular p)ac« for people to leave their horses when they wlahed to take a car for Bloomington and Decatur, or even to Clinton and Miro« DECATUR MARKETS. (Quoted dally by 11* American Hcmlnr Ca Millers otfer the price* tor drain CD wagons, delivered n Decatur: Grata Priew. New wheit TO Corn . . . . «« Ne» oat* . 32 Rye *» Butter and Reg*). (Quoted dally by Max AtlSM.) Fresh egg* IS Butter, packing II Poultry. Quotation* to producer* fyr local poultry deaier* Kon* 124 Springs, IH to 2 lb* 1« Toms* ::::.:::.'.::::.'::;:::::.".':::;;:: :;»« Gobblers IS Hen turkey* 1« Young turkey* It Geese . 05 Duck*, roung OT Live pigeon*, per doiin * HUM mm* Wool Hone hides, large $4 SOg .. Horse hides, imali t 90« S 10 Lamb pelts · · 33w *0 Medium wool 1*9 !. Western wool · «a .15 Burry wool ·· **:9 ·* No 1 hides, cureoU »'C ···· (Quoted dally br O J Danutsea * SoM.) Local dealers ar» otMring Hea\ y sow* "' OOvT T yo Choice joung hogs, 200 to 225 lb* 8 OOjj t 15 Light pig* " 2S® ··· Shipping i.te-r» I-iSS ,'m Co".""' *""' :::::::::::::: s.ooi I m Choice 'heifer. 1 JU28? S SB5S .NFM'SPAPFRf .FWSFAPFR!

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