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,gRGE WELLER " AG) VISITOR George Weller, local coal dealer, 1% te ,past week in Chicago on )ness and pleasure. &apos;ITING AT !:'iWSH L ER HOME .rs. Fred Rentshler and daughter J: Chicago, are visitin at the home Y z.heir son and brother, Paul Rent- ,q" and family. ENT SUNDAY YN VOLLE CABIN arry Martin, Wilford Scroggins,  N. Myer and their families, Mr. . Mrs. D. Lucas and Mrs. Fra ams spent a very enjoyable Sun- +: a the Voile cabin cn Salt Creek. %r,+SITING FATHER  kANSAS 31'. Jennie Buckles left on Thurs- t evening for Independence, Kas.. :o ke an indefinite stay with her 'e#', Robert Buckles. Mr. Buckles, : is 87 yeurs cf age, is in poor ', and ldfast, :ND WEEK END "i'tI PARENTS Portrayal of Local Happenings DECATUR VISITORS ON SATURDAY Miss Barbara Phinney and M. Amelia Feuerbacher were Decatur visitors on Saturday. RETURNS FROM SPRINGFIELD VISIT Miss Ixis Copeland returned home Wednesday evening from a isit of I several days in Springfield with rela-! tires. Geneva. spent the week eud with his family. vISITING AT (;I,(}SE HOME 5h'. and Mrs. George Parsons. Mrs. RECEIVED SEVERE CUT ON HEAD Paula Moore, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore, sustained a severe head cut yesterday evening :n she fell against a small table. ATTENDING DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION Mr. and Mrs. George Smith left yesterday afternoon for Chicago, where they will witness the Demo- cratic convention. DINNER FOR ENTERTAINED AT ' HERE FROM LINCOLN DINNER  FI.ORIDA ON VISIT Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wible and Mr. and Mrs. William Mielke and daughters Geraldine and Jean, wete daughter, Marjorie of New Smyrna. wursts of Mr. and Mrs. Fred House in Fla.. arrived late last week for an in- li,. h: az a dinner ::arty last Thurs-definite visit with her father Herman day eveninc'. Keil and sister Miss Katie. DR. MERRIMAN HOME S/'NDAY I I'EOR1A VISITORS LAST SUNDAY Dr. C. M. Merriman. who is an as: I Mrs. Katherine Connolley, Miss sistant state veterinarian at the pre-'l I.aura Conn,Mlev Mrs. L. F. SamE sent time h'cated in the vicinity of! n d Mrs. Ahna Reinders Peoria Vel'f, visitors on Sunday. .ss Lorine Ruiner and Miss l))r-Emma Foster. Liotn, and Nina ene Lipp. who are employed m t;v,:redon of Huntington. lnd.. were )/vnfield were week end vmitors m )o'Jay visitors in the home of their ?+ homes of their pmnts. "o:;in. Mrs. Henry (;lose. AND MRS. KING '<':' t]" K FROM VISIT . :'-" )KFR lit)ME : and Mrs. W. N. King return-[  ..... :s ,.t the h,me of Mr. tnd Mt. <}L B. (;old. On Saturday Rev. tut :lEon, Albert Wiike and ?drs. King and Rev. and Mrs. H. i M-'rie Bedker. all of LaHarpe. g tout visited in Peoria with rela- Mrs. MiMer Relatives, neighbors and life long friends in numbers that filled the home and large lam, gathered tit the"Milner farm home one mile north CARD OF APPRECIATION We are very grateful for the many services rendered us during our re- cent bereavement and extend our heartfelt thanks. The Milner Family. THUDA Y JUNE cycles rich and suful who took advantage of ledge that, when eerybody pressed and devoid of then was the time for aetiom The same situation exists The men who control the of the cry, at 2 o'clock Saturday at- HOW LONG WILL THE  affairs of this country are ternoan June 25, to Fay their last re- DEPRESSION LAST? whose eyes look toward the spects to the memory of Mrs. Ellen !they equip themselves with Milner. A business depression sarted in-- that add to their personal The pallbearers who are relative 1857 and lasted 12 months. , and also to the efficiency of were S. N., L. L., and John T. Down- 1869 and lasted 8 months. : organization.--It's Said and ing, Albert and James Shellhammer 1873 and lasted 30 months. THE KINGS and A. M. Parks. Burial was made in , Mrs. Mary E. Lucas entertained at the Bowers-Templeman cemetery in a six c'clock dinner on this Thurs- Chester township four miles north day evening in honor of Rev. and of this city. Mrs. W. N. King. The dinner was Mrs. Ellen Milner, wife of William served in the Anderson Tea Room. Milner, passed away very suddenly at her home one mile northwest of Mt. Pulaski. Thursday morning June 23, Fllen Downing, daughter of L. D. and Sarah Shou? 1)owning, was b rn Aug. 17, 1859. in Chester town- ship at the old L. D. Downing home- stead, five and one-half miles north- west of 5it. Pulaski. Fifty years ago she was rnarrmd in Lincoln to V(il- liam Milner of Sangam(n County. To =his union were born nine children. three daughters and six sons. Frances passed away at infancy and Sadie at ' the aee of feur years. The other re- maining dauzhter is Mrs. Stella Head of Decatur. The sons are John of Mr. DORCAS GUILD f Puaski. Harvey of Decatur. James ot AT WAGNER tiOME The Dorcas Guild of St John's Springfield and ,Joseph, Charles and Lutheran church was entertained on t Rbert at home. There are eight Tuesday evening in the home of grandchildren. Besides these there ?d!ss Fleren:e Wagner. The social "art of the evening was devoted to Rook at four tables at which the hon- ors were divided between Mrs. Theo- (tn'e Zimme man and Mrs. Page Wad- d..;. Miss I,ola Hahn invited the remain two brothers, W. L. Downing of Lir, eoln and John Downing of Chestnut. one half sister. Mrs, 5I. C. Statlings of Inglewood, Cal., one step sister, Mrs. Alice Lanme of Centralia and one step brother. David Bradley of Minter and many other relatives. Mis -'-:*ert, Thursday following a two .... Mrs. Milner united with the Chris-  [d I > l:,r rc:'eutlv were her t;uild members to meet at he home 's visit at Dwight, Kas., with  +, .,.:r:. ?.!r. an<l Mrs. l,ouis A. '. on the 7ccasion of the nex: meeting., tian Church early in life .., esins 3Irs. L. M. Kendall and G ee:+i and ton Charles. Elmer+ -;PENT SI'NDAY I She wilt live in the memories of her  "'FHDA Y DINNER W. F. BINDER [noring his birthday, Mrs. W. F.  wave a dinner on Sunday for iaugband on the occasion of hi "  day. Those present at the din- ] LILIES ARE ..... " .. ZX('EPTIONA LLY LARGE i Adornin the front window of The [Ti:::es office is a bouquet of giant Rearm lilies placed there by Mrs. Os- wald Brooker. who has had unusually Rood success with thi0: particular lily. The blooms are the largest we have ::'' were Mr. and Mrs. George Curtis seen this season. .s daugihters, Dr. and Mrs. F. C. " ' Hook arid family of this city and VISITING AT "=*" " 4 tten PrCthero and Leslie Wat- SCHWOERER llOME ry of :Campmgn. Miss Adele Druhe of St. Louis, ar- ENTIETH" ENTURY rived Sunday for a vacation visit with :{TB AT lAPP HOME . relatives, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sehwoerer and Miss Mary Lang. Her ', e Twentieth (.ntury club met i mother, Mrs. Mae Druhe has been :ednesday afterm, on in the home t here several weeks. On Tuesday, the l - L A. F. Lipp. Mrs. Chad. Schwcerer family and their guests I , Mis# Anna'Sfmfer and Mrs. metered to Decatur. l -J. utz were the honor winners' m flour tables of 500 were in pqa,. ] CAMPING AT f) . E. West will entertain tet HACKBERRY :t members in her home on North . te street on July 14. " ITG RE H PARENT[; r. and Mrs. Floyd Buckles and ll rtis came here from Ber- dr, iTtg the past week to make l stay with their @a- The household goods of Mr. and 7Curtis  moved here from Misses Mary and Lueille Leimbach, Mary Shilling, Fnces Keys of Bea- son and Mary Donner of Springfield, bve been having a glorious outing at Hackberry, northwest of the ity, un- der the chaperoning of Mrs. Anna Eminger. Mr. and Mrs. Lores Dan- ner of Springfield, were callers at- urday evening and the mothers of the girls spent Sunday with them. on Friday by Donald and MAIL CARRIERS Copeland. Mrs. Curtis will RETURN FROM VACATIONS 0 in Chicago for the present. C.E. Wagner. C. E. Glose and Dean Foster, three rural marl car- IN0E-CLUB riers who are on their annual leave lffME of absence, and their families return- Mrs; T. P. Waddel|, North ed home on Monday evening f ,t ,t entextained members of auto trips to distant points. Two:in One Bridge club on the The Foster's trip included visits at their last regtdar meet- Detroit. Cleveland Niagara Fails., were awarded to Mrs. They were joined at Leroy by Miss 1 nermann and John T. Novella McKenny who aceompanied t Tbt July meeting of the I them  far as Detroit whee she wis- bb k in the home of Mr, f ited with her brother until the return : M:r#,:.E.lff  qear. of the Foster's from the east, when she came to this city for a short vis- NDAffD Oil. EMPYES it with her sister Miss Lorena. COUNff'o:I3 CNIC The Wagner and Glo families en- emgloyes. , ,f the Standard joyed a week's stay at l-Ohwana o[ tt, county, held [ Beach. Minn. On their return trip, annual picmit at Hackberry they stopped at Neisville, Wis., for hnffay: Fr, e. chicken held a short visit with Mr. Wagner's sin- center of:t t the noon and basell fu, ,d the a- for the, after )n until tered in- truck a ter. Mrs. Frank Wood. Frank B. Snyder and crew have a- bout completed shingling the Lach- enmyer home, corner Jefferson and Scott streets. ,mplishments nsurance Co. ::193100c00 I ns oi" new business. fillion in force. tal:bf about n. 8 per cent for en- . ad /apse:0f a ittle or 4. oubl the Company's +se s. 5. P "  ' - - t -,. md :-130,000 m fleath :daim is company. 6. Made Iagest*ain of ang:lllin, . Made a osition nehr the,op ir United (completed- figun avai be possibleS: 10th the entire es not yet to 15th q38 Legal 4ers. st of /fit ent. place fi)r million: Reset're corn Paid $46 Practices sound investments made Bonds and similar issues. INSURA NCE LOG00$ CO00dTY AT HAVANA many friends and her children will re- . . : member her as a mother whose saeri- Charles Ey and family, zaxsses  _ ............... n-es for them w unending lrglnla ('tear an(/ Lmie Aitcnison., " . I Marvin Hutchvraft, Mr and Mrs Al" ; reelatives who were here for the seT- " "  " " 71 vices were- bert Lip and gon lr0dt'lcR spent " ; o _.', " . . " . " i gaii16. Mhrtr arid dau I unday at Quiver Bosch near Havana,  , .... ghter, Ethel of , anu dahi Bttt Of Glenarm 11. They attende the band concert in .. " . " , 1_; Mr. ..... land Mrs John gi'idshaw and faro Havana gven by the ,nsar Snrme .   . ily band of Springfield Mr Lipn is a l- r t'awn$ Charles Greene, Miss - " " "  Emma Barne, Edward Mt member of ths noted band. On Sun- lner, Frank  day, July 3 this band of 65 nis will' Milner, Mr. and Mill. Sa Fernandez, S " give an afternoon concert at Taylor-I Mrs. Ada Gangel, all of Prmgfield: ville and an evening concert at No- I Mary Tourney of Lincoln; Mr. and komis. We are sure that the people I Mrs. I. O. Haines and daughter of cf this community would enjoy one Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. David Turn- of thesb concerts. How about it. Al- er, Effingham; King Turner, Fairfield, bert? II1; John Young, son Jesse ann daughter. Ollie of Fairfield. HAD ENJOYABLE Funeral services for Mrs. William ! EASTERN TRIP [ Milner were held at the home Satur- Mrs. Mary E. Luas and Mrs. Lorah I day afternoon, with Rev. J. Wayne Z. Li,.)p returned Saturday from aStaley in charge. Miss Della Wash- trip east which included visits to,: burn and Miss Louise Goodpaster sang I Harper's Ferry, Washington, D. C.,  '.In the Garden", and "The Old- Rug- Mt. Vernon, hrFmgton National i ged Cross." They were accompanied by cemetery, Philadelphia, New York Mrs. Frank E. Turley. I City, Niagara Fllg and Chicago. A-! bout 100 perkins made the trip which r" WaS a personally conducted totrr I sponsored by the Abraham Lincoln Travel club of Springald. In Washington they met Arthur Horn, son of Mr.:and Mrs. Henry Horn of this city, and in New York City they had the pleame of a visit with Vaughn de Leath, formerly ia Leanore Vonderlieth of this city. The Loyal Daughters Society the Christian Church wl hold an ex- change Saturday afternoon. JUly 2, at the Rothwell show room on the souh side of the square. Let us help ym with your Sunday dinner. M. Hen Rudolph and son Jun- ior, Bertha Louise and Cecil MeVey are visiting at the comry home of Mr. and Mrs. William Bertrang, liv- ing east of the city. PAINLESS EXTRACTION With Novocain Block Gnaranteed Dental Set, rice at Prices in Keeping with the Times. PLATES $10 A LOW A .... Other Vulcanite dentures $170, $20. $25--Heeolite $30. Extracticm free with better plates. Sih-er Fillings ......... $1.50 Poroelain Fillings ...... $00 Grigbsy Dentists 204-205 Ba.hrach Bldg. Decatur Phone 2-54 1884 and lasted 22 months. Jesse Stockton, son of Mr. 1893 and lasted 25 months. William Stockton, who is 1903 and lasted 25 months, the Chrysler Auto factory st 1907 and lasted 12 months. Castle, Ind,, and three officers I914 and lasted 8 months plant arrived on Monday and 1921 and lasted 14 months, camping at Hakberry lodge The men who emerged from those Creek. :l00ire00o LOWEST PRICES IN THE COUNTY LARGE ASSORTMENT Stores NEXT TO SEAR'S  LINCOLN, ILI* $500,000,000 REWARD TO THE GOLD-DIGGERS OF AMERICA It is estimated that there is a half billion dol- lars hidden in jewel boxes and bureau drawers in the gold value of obsolete and w-rn out jewelry and watches in this country. Let as dig up this money and put it to work! Brin% your old jewelry to us for an estimate of its value. We Pay Cash for Old Gold. & SONS JEWELERS Lincoln, Illinois. (Don't Take Our Word For h! ASK THE HOUSEWIFE who has one and she will tell you that you cannot afford to be without A GENUINE FRIGIDAIR FOR ONLY A DAY "Three Girl Friends" who will be with "HUSK" O'HAR/ AD HIS OrN BAND MAPL/WOOO FRIDAY, JULY 1 _ _ Admission 75 a personDancing 9 to 1 COMING ATTRACTIONS '00THt ELEVEll BLACK CROWS" "', of Champaign SUNDAY, JULY 3rd. -- CENTRAL ILLINOIS ;i : Iit-00m 000NCE 8ATIIROM MIH-I ELECTRIC & GAS CO. SPECIAL 4'" oF JULY D, |! - Se Admlon-.a Hours Dancing