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THE RECORD '^ Good Newspaper is a IV>wer ill ^ Xlome. Sdiooi, State and Nation Mat VOLUME VIIL BANQtJET Aad Iteeeptlea tor SeMler Boys M. tLCAmaOk m 9KVBSII>AY NICOR. nOS WBBK Thia will be the flaal reeeptioa maA baaqaiil far aoldler boy ¦water-, «d 4Mit ot the late WoMd War and « good time la planned. Caniiaaa who want to httead can aecure tiek- «U at to eenU per plate at Painee's drag store, and there shonid tta a sood attendanee. The banquet will be serred by the United Ladles' Aid* and tbe menu U enticing. Mnale wlU be fumUhed by Flora's Jaat Orchestra. Julte a number ef aongs will be sung, under the direc¬ tion of Mhm Mildred Hemmick, song leader. P. H. Simpson will be toastmaa¬ ter, Rer. U. 8. Johnson will make the welcome addreoA and Wm. Karr Jr., will make the response. Following are the names of the aongs that wtll be aung: TILL WB MKBT AOAIN Copyrlshted aad. Pablished by 4e* H. MsMlBlr * Co. Kay at •A eat Smile the while yAa kbw me aweet adieu. When tbe clouda roll by I'U eome to- you Tbaa the akiea wilt aeem more blue Ottlm in lorer'a laae my Dearie, Weddlag bella'wUI riag ao merrily Brery -tear wUl be a memory So wait and pray eaeh night for me, TUI we meet agafaa. I'M POBBVBR BLOWINti BtJBBMeg Cef^lghted asid Pabllahed hy Je- roM) H. BeMMK A Oo. I'm forerer blowing bubbles, Pietty hubbies in the atr, .The* fly ao high nearly reach the aky, Thea Uke my dreams they fade and C <• die« ' jFortuine's always hldiog, I'To looked everywhere, 4'm forerer blowing babbles. Pretty bubbles in the air. ¦ CHOMG Leo Feist, tae., Pnbllshers Key at E tut Chong—He come from Hong Kong Wbere Cbl-nee-man play all-ee day on a drum. Chong—no Mk-ee tbat song, Wbere Cbi-nee-maa cry way up high SIng-ee 8ung-ag, mun-gay, cblck-a- lick-a-tun-gay. Chong—go back to Hong Kong, I beteh-a be teach-ee bis Chln-a glri hew to dance—like In a traaee. Teaeh-ee peach-ee Mel-l-can aong, all day long ' ^ „ „ To hla Chl-na girt In old Hong Kong AULD LANO SYMK Key et G ShonU old acqaalntonce be tor- ipt And »e«er brought to miad? Should old acqnalnunce be for- «ot And «he daya of Auld Lang Syne? Per iittid Lang Syne, my dear, • For AnId Lang t^e; We tSba a enp of kindness yet For Anld Lang Syne: Aad here's a band, my trusty tnen And Cie's a band of thin; *We'll take a onp of kindnesa ta ^The days of Auld Lang Syne. ANNIB liAVBIB Key of C Maxwelton's braes are bonnie, wbere early fa's tbe dew. And It's there that Annie Laurie glad toe her promhw tme. Qied nue ber promise true, which nW'er forgot wUl be. and tor B<mnle Annie Laurie, I'd lay me down and dee. FMBNcA^ Copyrighted aikl .piij^ed by Broad way Haaia I'tlliMag Co. Key' «^' 'a Oh Preachy. O FjreiMthy. Frenchy, Altho yonr laataajh uso aew to me. Whea yon aay W*^ wee La La Wee—meana ytwaBd ine—La La Oh, Freaohy, Pt«Dit>y,' Prenehy, You're won my- hihrt with your brarery, ¦ '.¦.*• v ;• iManeh en, mareh ea. with aay girl you sae, Bnt whetf you tia, t*. La, La, La, Oh Preachy aare-yoar La, La, La'a, for me. ^ FLORA. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. JANUARY 1. 1920 : , 1 ., \ ¦jj_fc»l. : i —.——-——, NUMBER 45 ^ JIKOLB BBIiLS ^Lyrifhted aad PabUsbed by Tlie ^ft GaMe Co. ^ Key aC O Jbtgle bella. Jingle beUa, Jtaigle all the way; .Oh. what fun U la to ride tn a oae- A horse open aieigh, Single bella. Jingle belU. Jingle aU the way: Oh, wkat tnn It ia to ride la a one- herae open aialgb. AMKMCA Key efO -Mt eouatry, 'tis of thee, ^ Sweet lead ot liberty, Ot thee I sing. Land Where ny fathera died: Land of the ^Igrim'a pride. Prom avery mountain aide Let freedom ring. Our fatber'^i Ood to Thee, Author ot liberty. To Thee we atng. Long may our land be bright. With freedon'a holy light: Protect ua hy Thy night, Qreat Ood. onr King. SMOil^ Copyrighted aad PfMMied by Jle- ¦ey af''ji^''jflat There are amllea.thhV'make na hap¬ py. ' ',:-:^^J,v.- There are smiles that make us blue There are smiles that steal away tbe V tear drops, As tbe sunbeama eteai away tbe dew There are smiles that hare a tender meaning That the eyes of lore alone may see But tbe smiles tbat flll my beart witb sunahine. Are the smiles that yon gire to me. STAR 8PANOLBD BANNER Key of B flat Ob, say can you see by tbe dawn's early Ilgbt What so proudly -we balled at tbe twilight's U^at gleemiag; Wboee bi«ad atrlpee and bri^t aUrs throngh the parUona flght,. O'er tbe ramparts' we watched, were ao gallantly streaming? And the rockets' red glare, the bombe barstlna m air, Oare proof throagh the aight tbat onr flag ttte etill there, Oh, aay doea that star-«pangled ban¬ ner yet wave O'er the. land ot the free and the hoaie of the braroT ttomii em wta farm Copyrlghlattdgl fabUahed by Wat. . :^0'aatiia A Sayder Key »tB«Bt How 'ya gon-aa keep 'em down on the farm. After they're span Paree? How 'ya ' gon-na keep 'em from Broa4way, Jazzin' a-'ronnd; and palnttn' the town? < -- - - How 'ya gon-na Iteep 'em away from barm? That's a mystery; They'll nerer want to see a rake or plow,- And wbo tbe deuce can parTley-rous a cow? . How ya' gon-na keep 'em down on the tarm, Atter th^'re seen Fsree? OLD KENTUCKY HOBtE Words by Stepliea C. Foster Key ot G The sun shines bright on my old Kentucky bome, Tls summer, tbe darkles are gay: The com top's ripe and the mead¬ ow's all ta bloom. While the birds make music all the day. The yonng folks roll on the llttle cabta floor, AU merry, all happy and bright; Bye and bye bard times coaaes a- knocklng at tbe door. Then my old Kentucky home, good¬ night. Weep no more, my lady—-oh, weep no more today; We will sing one song ot my old Kentucky home. For my old Kentucky bome far away. f (i 'n ILLINOIS Words by O. H. CliaBBlierlalB Key ef F By tlv rivers gently tlowtag, nil¬ nois, Illtaois, O'er tbe prairies rerdant growing, Illinois. Illinois, Comes an echo oa the breeae, Ruatling throngh tha leafy trees. Ana ita mellow tonea are these—II- . Itaols. Illtaois, And Its mellow tonea are these—Il¬ ltaois. Not without thy wondrous story, Illtaois, IlltaoU, Can be writ tbe nattoa's glory, Il¬ linois, Illinois, On tbe record, et thy years Ab'ram Ltaeota'a name appears Orant and Logan and onr tears, IllinoU, UttaoU, Orant aad Logan aad onr tears, IlllnoU. OLD.PUSCX 90B Words by Btsphea C. Footer Key of D Gone are tbe daya wina my beart woa young and gfcy. Gone are ttae trienda from the cot¬ ton fielda away. Oone trom tbU world to a better buid, I know; T hear their angel releea ealling. Old Black Joe. I'm coming! I^m eomtag! And my head to bendtag low; 1 bear tbeir angel rulces calling Old B^ek Joe. 04J> FOLKS AT HOME Wotdi l>y Stephen C. Footer Key ot D FuMsT tAtcmtm cocrbb kcmbb» Ttae Lyeeum News, in a reoent number, carried en Inte'restlng story relatire to tbe appareace on tbe Red- path talent lUt of the name of hoa- eoe Ollmore Stott, who leetares tn Plora, Friday erenlag, Jan. tb, oa the Lyceum eearae at Library HaU. "At the Rediwth manager'a meet¬ ing ta Chieage at .whieh time Oia Ulent list tor the aeeaea ot 1»1T-Ii waa being made up, Keith Vawter. maiiager et the Cedar Raplda; la., Redpath offlee, appeared at ona aee¬ alon, aeeording to the Newa writer, with great armfula ot books and stagger. Vawter threw his load on ttae table regardleaa ot route aheeta and managera notea, witb tbe re¬ mark: 'There ia a man we want— Roaiioe Ollmore Stott'." In tbe pile waa a book of Stott'a original rerae, "The Man Sings,"* on the fly-leaf of wblcb Stott had written: "For Keith Vawter, pioneer from Roseoe Ollmore Stott," and be¬ neath wae a little original stanza. The magaclnes tacluded copies of more than a acore of the leading periodlcala of the day aUcb as Mub- sey's. Ladles' Home Journal, Judge, Life and I.ieslie's. Mr. Vawter nerer wastes worda and made no apeeeh in preaenting thU flnd. None waa needed. The ex¬ hibit got tbe reaulta. Stott went on the Redpath lUt. Tbere will aUo be good miMlc' by. Flora talent. '"''. SPBCIAL NOTICB To AU Correspowdeata ot tlie Fleaw Reeeed We want to print the Record .qn Wednesday ot each week. It U owr Intention to print tbe flrst four pag¬ es Tuesday ereatag or Wednesday moroing. Wbere it Is possible, we kindly request all correspondenU to mall their lettera ao that they wll) reach Us not Uter than Tuesday noon. This will inaure their inser¬ tion in the lisned intended. 'WaAp- preclate the ralue of good correspon dents and will faror you in erery way possible to assist you in get¬ ting the news to us promptly. R. Ii. BOGGS DIES AT FAIRFIELD Richard L. Boggs, eldest son of Judge and Mrs. C. C. Boggs, died at his home at Fairfleld lost Saturday, trom the effects of an oiMratlon for appendlcl;tis. We hare been personally acquain¬ ted with "Dick," as ererybody cal¬ led him, for many years, and he was a flne yooung man, whose many friends will learn with deep regret of hU untimely death. He was a prac ticing atttomey ta bis old home town- end rated as an exceptionally good Uwyer. NOTICB Purcbosera of aeaaon tieketa tor tbe Lyceum Course 4ill hereby'take notice tbat seaU may be reaerred at the Prince Drug Store beginning Monday, Dec. 2*tb. You are furtber adrised that the flrst number on the course will be Roseoe Ollmore Stott in a popular lectnre, Friday erenlng, January Snd, at Library Hall. Season ticketo, also single admU- sions, will ba on sale at the Prince Dmg Store on and atter Dec. 29th. Way Down upoa tbe Swanee Riber, Far, tar away. Dere's whar my heart am turaiag eber, Dars whar de old tolks stay. All np and down de whole creation. Sadly I roam. Still longin' for de old pUntatlon, And for de old folks at home. All dU world am sod and dreary, Eb'ry whar I roam. O darklea how my heart grows weary. Par trom de old folks at home. nxOB LAND Weeds hy Key at C I wUh I waa ta tbe Und ot eotton. Old times dar am not.tergotten,. Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixie Lead! . , In Dixie Land, whar I was bom, Blarly on a frosty mom. Look away! Look away! Look away! Mxle Land! I wUh I was in Dixie. Hooray! Hooray! In Dixie Land I'll take my stand. To lire and die in Dixie, Away! Away! Away down aonth ta IN«e! Away! Away! Away down soath In Dixtel RAILROAD NOraS ii. Q. Young was a St. LonU rU- iior.u'st week. • • • Blft and Mrs. Ralph Rittenhouae ristted ta w;aahlagton, Ind., Cbrlat¬ maa arlth Mr. Rittenhouae'a brother, t<ia.-^ •¦ . • * • ¦fcf. and Mra. J. H? Wllaon aad tAptfa-'.trara. called to Duquoia last wfrtt awing to the Iltaeaa ot Mr. WBiiAa's brother. • • • Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Jennlngk spent OhHktmas in Sumner with'Mr. Jen- alifa>' parenta. jf *•" • • • %lr. and Mra. W. McDonald apent W daya rlaitipg laat week in and SprtagBeld. • • « Ir. and Mrs. Ororer Sblaefleld ^t Christmas in Beardstown wtth ''Shinefleld's mother. • • • ay Ireland reeoas^ dattos atter apending ChrUtmas home in Beardatown. C. B. Hendrlelu eollected farea Bg Mr. IreUnd's abaenee. • « • A. Wyatt wilt depart tor ;|more Thuraday on buaineaa tor .'c. ¦• x*-:::^»(-.-: O. DprU apent Chrtotmaa In rood with hU daughter, Mra. Ollmore. . '¦ • 7*,.-:e''-' Olastord traa a Cprlyle rls- last Saturday. • • • ' Inemaa R. R. Zf haiaea to rlaitlag |^plMrents at taU heme ta Pitta- Pa. • • • ' C. Lawa, yard condaetor at mImI, apent Chriatmaa with hU fam¬ ily-in Flora. "Hickory" aaid it waa rika pulling eye teeth to get away trem o. A- H. . .. ,'" ' ' .* ¦• . '*-.'' •-.'¦ . ;^Fraah 'tm' otSayttitar. lad;, apwit JMt holidays taJTlora with hla aon Ralph. Mr. add Mrs. Le« drlltln and daughter Martha, were week-end risltors ta Sumner. * •¦ • •' ''''... Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Reed and fam¬ ily were Springfleld rUltors tbe flrst of the week. 'i Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wsde and danghter Noma, spent Christmas in Mattoon, risiting friends and rel¬ atives. • • • Max Jenntags ot Newark, N. J., spent a few days last week ta Flora rUltlag hU brotber, P. H. Jenntaga. • • • Chrtotmas has once ' more come and gone and ob, boy! the callers are sure gUd, as so many of the boys wanted off for that/day. But It was Impoaalble for ua to let erery one off. Howerer, we <kld our beat and let erery maa atay at home. But we are aure gUd that Chriatmaa oaly comes oace a year. So we beg yoar pardon, boya, and hope you will all hop to It the coining year and be with ua next Chriatmaa and we may be able to do, better by you. So wiah¬ ing you all abundant aucceaa for tbe coming year, I thank you. Notioe to hereby glren, tbat ear- rent taatallmenta of all apecial aa- aeaameaU of the City of Flora, Illl¬ noU,' for water-worka, aewera and paring improremenU, became .dne and payable on January Snd^i'lttO, and the aame may be pal^:^ the eSoe of the underalgned City Collec¬ tor of Speelal AasassmAnU, upstairs ta tbe National bank bullaing, at any time hereafter. Flora, IllinoU, Jaauary 1st, ItlO. RUTH RBAUOH, tf. Ctty Colleetor. NEW YEAR PARTY MUses Mary and Martha Bowman pleasantly entertained about twenty- flre ot their high aebool frienda at the home ot their parenU, Mr. and Mra. J. Bowman, on Sarenth and Sycamore atreeU, Ndw Year'a Bre, with a daaee party. Ten mtaatea of tweire (midnight) tbe lights were made dim and In tbe soft glow, all preeent danced the old year ent and tae new year ta., The bflt/ata waa prettily deeorated tbroughoat arlth Chriatmaa eolora. Tbose enjoying the hoapitallty ot theae charming young ladiea were: Miaaes Paultae ifct^uley, FraaeU SUnford, Panllae McQueen, Loto Bradford, Dorothy Anderson, Brma Poung, Mary Cnmratns, OUdys Bar¬ ker, VlrgtaUi Haaa. Bra Lnsk, La¬ dle McOlhato, CelU Tibbs, Kathryn Rlcketts, il^ra Edith Harwood, Mil¬ dred Mllldr and Messrs. Cecil Dnff, Leslie Yeaag, Newtoa Knight, iUaa- tord Ktaay. BlUworth Lindsey, Pearly Laak, Lloyd Oould, Darwin Taylor, Htorman Luse, Fremont Bar¬ man, 'Vl(lttard Bunn and Charlea Con- orer. At a late hour refresbmenu were served to the bappy bunch. MBRRY MATilONS HAVB A VBRY MERRY TDCB One ot the meet eharmlng parties ot the holidays waa tbe one glren by Mra. Chariea Stewart when ahe enterUined the "Merry Matrona" Tueaday aturaeen. The houae waa gay with Chriatmaa deceratioaa aad en the dIatng-Uble Waa a amall Chrtotmaa tr«l», where haiig the gitu eaeh elnb member had broaght. Chriatmaa earda, cut in trrdgnlar ahapea, were passed to each one, who Identified her gift bp fitting it with the card tied to a gift on tbe tree. A ChrUtmas Jingle was written on each card and wben ^bey were all pieced together wera read aloud. tbaa came the delightful and thrill¬ ing moment of opening tbe paekages AU were charmed with tbeir beau¬ tiful gifts. The gueaU were then seated at small tables, decorated with !Xmas candles and polnsettlos and were served a delicious two-course lun¬ eheon . Polnsettias were given as tarors. NBW MCMBBR8 OF MIPLAND vttAMti A»aooiA7mom 8lBf« vtt Ifat week's report the ' I If: Mitaes hare been added |)M» Itldlaad TraU orgaat^ SlKlaui aboat 175 aoi^ eb. •re Is reem for ITS Ktnd b| yonr "daddy"' |ow are the aaai^- SPECIAL ASSBSHBtENT NOTMTB FLORA'S FLORIST A. J. Kemstein, Flora's wide¬ awake and progressire tlorist, came ^' Wednesday and made us a bus- 'iness ealt' He has,'by hard work and ftfrtct atteinlloD to bdalneas', Ibullt up a flne green house and people of this community sbould be booeters for this business, aa It la rery con- renlent when flowers are needed to bare tbU home Industry right at hand and thus saving the expense and trouble ot haring to ship In flowers. SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFICERS ELECTED The Plora Christian Sunday school Utt Sunday eleoted tbe tollowiag eScers; Supt. tor six months—Rer. V .8. iohnson. Supt. tor aix montba—B. W. Bry- a., SecreUry—-Arlo Mallnaky. Aaat. Sec'y—Howard Judd. Treaaurer—N. O. Oolden. Pianist—Miss Wanda Jobnson. Chorister—P. A. Meyer. TOOK THB ROYAL ARCH DI^GREE Tuesday night Flora Chapter Roy¬ al Arch Masons had work In the Roy¬ al Arch degree, the candidates be¬ ing Robert Scudamore and VirUn Harwood. A team from Olney, compoeed of W. F. Beck, J. S. Freeman, Henry Oodeke and A. W. Doan, did the work.' FAMILY BIRTHDAY DINNER Laat Sunday at the bome ot Mr. and Mra. P. H. Jennings, a birthday dtaner waa glren In honor ot Mr. Jenning's father, J. W. Jenntags of Sumner. Thoae from aat of town pres ent were: Olen Jenninga and wife of Kanaaa; M, B. Jenninga. of Ne¬ wark, N. J.; Mra. John Shiek, of Ar- EASTERN STAR INSTALLATION The Flora Baatem SUr ehapUr will bold their InaUIUtion next Tueaday erenlng, Jan. <th. All mem¬ bera are urged to be preaent. Re- freahmenU will be aerved. te Be Oeae. Tbat which to goo^ to be dqne. can¬ not be done too aoon; and ^ It le neglected to be done eariy.'^Vf^U fre¬ quently happen tlmt it will not be done at alL—Bishop Haqt. -VHal Map. T hare eroeeed the rablcund." nmr- mnr9d ^ wpman who b^d iaat qaar- celed with ber red-faced eook. etaltb. a . Taylor. ' 'i*«yi««- Iffrty Lane, — Mlaa Jeasie Taylor. Leon Coll. . Robert Kltley. AlbdM Hqwell. Tb6«. Pattoo. C. a. Hughea. A. p. Oould. R. f. Rasel. N. Q. Oolden. Frank Walker. Pred 9}aebeon. Eld ppayior. r I I !¦ I •••it t- t 1 >nD|«i|irQ TRAIL MBBT¬ INO aaiiD AT ounm A mtfUaf ia the latereat ot th* Midland Trttll wUI be held ia tl»» court hbnas ft Olney tomorrow, Ptt- day, M |;»4 P- m. R<liM|>i»t(rea from 8t. Clalr, CI<Bt#|, jfariRP, Clay, Riehfauid aaA Lawrileg win t>« preeeat. Baeh ^ ttaew^ MHitles hare beea nrge« te aend g ^r«« Relegation, aa the pa*"' poae dMMlj* meeting to to perfect & ¦^*^* ilraMiMtlea ot the Mldhud Trail fffSbfftlen. M. R. CHirRCH WATCH SOOUa An Iniitrettlng watch meettag waa held aj:' the %. A. ehnroh r'niln^^lyr evettln|.-A' hirge'number:Qt 'imA-'' bers a«ecmbled at 8:30 and were e»- tertalaed by a piano aelection by Mra. Maryle Oaban aad a aumber ot aelectlons by the choir, inclnding a solo by Walter Oreenlaw and a trio by Mr*. Robert Jeffriee, Mrs. Myerl Oahan and Miss Maude Russell. Four minute Ulks were made by Dr. J. M. Boyles, Randolph Smith. Pay Yfoli, Prof. Jaeobs, Mrs. Jef- feriea, |||fe Torrence and Mr. Prtnee. Ltg||^ refresbmenu were serred in the baMmeat at tea o'eloek and tha time ii^eiit sooUlly, until II o'ehMk.^, after tflioh Doctor Tucker, Buperl»> tendf At o( tbe Olney district held rec utar agrylces that lasted until It o'clQ^I, lo witness the poasing ot the old pffr and the coming of the MARRIRD AT OLNEY Mr. Itiidson Reed and MUs Addl* Anderson atole a march on their frienda today, Thuraday, by uklas a train for Olney, where they weBe marriag. They returned home on the aame 4hy and will make their honm in P^itra. The Record extends to tbla young eouple congratulattona beet irifl>**. LODGE SOCIAL One ot the moat Intereatlng attWai ot the'paat week waa the Chrtotaaaa party given by tbe membera ot I»- dependpnt Camp of Royal Neighltocs at their lodge room Uat Prtday ora- ninf. Hiipflog from a prettily deeorated Cbrtotn!!** tree, waa a gift for eaeh membvr vreaant or rather It exchaiife ot iflfU and aUo an danee qt candy and duU tor the Ut¬ ile MU^ 4tMr the distribution of theee tba ren|altt4*r ot ttae erenlag was spent In daflMBf, oonrersatloa and ending by the retresbment committee serr¬ ing fruit aalad, nut bread and eat-. tee. ADIVDOKD INSANE jQha a. Cunntagham,. aged ts. aoa of WUI Cunntagham ot Staa¬ ford ta^niSUtp, waa adjudged' tnedae la Jntea Qafto'e'eourt at Leatoriile. one aar U»i week and Uken to the Anna*.asylum foir treatment, He had Just been dtfWiharfed from the army, tUring been aerving overseas. '':- i «r,- Mrs. J. W. CUrk spent tbe flrat of tbe #eek In Wayne county.
|Masthead||The Flora Record|
|Geographic Coverage||United States, Illinois, Clay County, Flora|
|Description||An Archive of the Flora Record Newspaper in Flora, Illinois. Flora Digitial Newspapers Collection.|
|Subject||Flora (Ill.) - Newspapers, Clay County (Ill.) - Newspapers|
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|Contributing Institution||Flora Public Library|