The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on June 26, 1914 · Page 13
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Friday Ercataf, Tone 2«, 1914. T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Page Thirteen METHODISTS Ml MONEY PUN Store* to Keep Open on the Fourth. ' ShelbyvlH*. June 2* --At a. m««tlnf of 1h« otflcial be*rd of tli* Tint M«tho- dl*t chureh tentative* plins were laid for placing what Is known as the "new financial plan" h«'ori the membership of th* chiirr-h A *. previous meeting »«»«r»l month* ago the loar1 o f f l - eUUr adopted the plan, which la the plan authorized t the lait general conference and adopted universally throughout the denomination, aa well Aft by mh»r *hurrh«a. It In prnpnted to ua«_S«pt : as the 4ay on w M r h concerted action will be taken t h r o u j t h o n t th« Illinois confer- · n«« tr. wiilt o» th« entire membership of the church, to ··cure pledces for the year to all the «xpen«e« of the church. Including th« current expen*», paa- toral cupport, benevolences and all other r'nlmi REALTY DEALS. Four(*»n thousand d"llar« la the c«nMo ir i H n n named tn a deed just filed here, conveying the watt half of the aouthweat quarter of neetton 14. Tower Mill tcwnahlp. t» Reuben Dauchertt Tha conalfnor !· Mra. A I Rlrhirdson A n o t h e r Important deal recorded Is the title of the north half of the north- Mil quirtar and the north half of the northweur quarter, urctlon JO. Plck- awav t o w n s h i p The teller la William H Moll, the purchaser Daniel Moll, a n d th» consideration. 110.000. o t h r r real estate deals recorded In- rlurie the following . Charl« Hnmrlchout to B W Kerr. S« acrea In Motion «. Herrlck. $1,700. Llthla Sprlnfa Educational aatocla- t.nn to Ella M Hamlln. lot 71- J100. Sophia D Steward to L. Effa Steward Ini S. blorlc 17. Crane * Steven- con · Kilditlon to Shelbvvtlle SI racob Doll to W i l l i a m Stancrr. lott 92 and :·. Mnck .. Dollvilie Jinn. Mailer In i^hanrery to Iia W. Carpenter l«t» 7 ( « 1" 11 and 1!. block 1» Herrtrk I I «n fttoiff S Bolt to Auatln Blind, lote 7 * 9 and in, block 1. Hcrrlck S200. Joteph S Ewlok to Rotettle Fritz at · 1. lot 5. block 4. Flndliy. $1 500 Mary A Sphar to H U Muncev, 80 · crea In »«!lon ». Herrlck |1 nnn Marv A Bphar to Joseph E Sphsr. SO arr»» In aectlon S Herrtck SI fliw GeorKe M Oaltter to A U Bfhtel. part of the southwest q u a r t e r of the ·outhweM Quarter of section 3? Rural, $1,W Master In rhan-erv. Robert Bethnan, lot !. block «. Herrlck. IS.ono TO KEEP OPEN" W FOURTH Mtrlbvvlll* etores will remain open on the Fourth «f Julv. much to t h e d i s c o m f i t u r e of some of the clerks who would have been glad of the cu»tomar% holiday but the celebration of that dav In thli cltv makei It Imperative to keep the store* open, and the merchants anticipate a heavy trade Bert Helton, who wa» arrested a few day* ago on a charge of beating his wife, appeared for trial Thursday, but the suit was dljmlesed on the non- Appearance of Mr«. Helton The latter. It li said. w«« quite willing to bury t h e i r dlff»renc«i and live peacefully to- jccthe'- ENTERTAIN* AT COUNTRY HOME. Mr and Mri Xerxes "v7allac*. former resident* of (hie city but now living In one of the most charming rural homes In Shelby county.' a few miles northeast of Flndlay, entertained about tw«nty-fl\e of their Shelhyville friends at an elaborate breakfast Wednesday. Seven automobile loads of people left this city at 7 o'clock, and returned about noon, after enjoying to the full the splendid hospitality of the Wallaces. ' BEARSDALE. Mr and Mrs J JC Bear, Mr and Mrs Cal TVHke! a d daughters Jessie and Mary, we tho guests o! Lewis Bear and wile of Cerro Gordo Sunday. Mr and Mr* Clark Vance of Blwln, *p«nt Eunflav at P B Vance* Mr and Mr* Loy Fidenoui and daughter V«da. of Dtcarnr. and Mr aftd Mrs H H HerrlnRton and children, were vmltlng Sunday at t h p liom* of A J WcHm»r Mr. a nd Mr* Earl Good and daughter w*re In D e r t t u r Sunday Mr. and Mre E B Burkam end Mr and Vn Foj Hill anrt children apent Sunday with Rov Burkam and family In Decatur Mr and MrF r'harlov W«hts were visiting Sunday with .Take Wentz and family near Ml Zlon Mr and Wr» S K Bear. Mr and Mrs Frank n t f * and daughtpr Marie, spent Pun- dav at the horn* or Harry Pa5m«r Mr and Mrs J* I* Keller and daughter E d i t h apf-nt Sundny w i t h Charley Trlfti- mer and f a m J I Tha yoAinff peopl» of Botllnff Eprlnsr held A picnic In D A Good B paatur* Sunday About thirty-five were present "thev ware MtM«» Cr*ta and H«!en Trutphcr. Hazel Hill of Deeatur Vonna Janvrin. Edith Kel!*r. Bessie and ^ylvia Trimmer, Cactle Patter- Bon, Ada and, Fleta. RelsinKer IjOuiEe Gu- llrk Tr»\-a Purdue. Opal Park Messrs Clinton ajnd Rob«rt Park, Bert Pan«. SvKan Bear. Everett Purdue Lynn Martin. Bvron Blackfoid Georje Jackvon, AIHe Wlnholt, Fiord Au-»ttn Herman XVetke! Flovfl Butt. Carl M»KE*V, Irving Bear, Frank and Dewev Crutr-hor Georf* Good, Ralph Foley and KuiRPll Palmer Mr nnd Mrs T J Austin spent Sunday w i t h t h f l r son George Austin near Maroa. Mln* Nina Braden and Anna Crossman of Decatur spent a xmpl* of day* t the home of A J weitmcr Fto*il. Austin IB » p » n d l n e t h ^ ^ g ^ s k with his brother, Georj* Austta at Marok. Mies Sattie Hunt and Mlai Donna Hun went to Latham Sunday Mrs Waiter Tounr and children of D»ca tur, are spending a ffew dayi with E Crtiteher and family Mre George Janvrin and daughter Vonna were Decatur «hopp«ra Tueiday. Mrs Ida Crispin and children apent *Wed 'needay with Mr« J C \Vltm*r in Fo»yth BLACKLAND. Mrs Charles Cockran and daughter Meta visited Thursday at the home, of Henry Cockran The Madison Ladies' Ala society met a the horns of Mr*. J^hn Chapman last Thursday Gienn Cross risltsd with hli grandparent near HarriHtown Wednesday and Thursday Miss Ruth Jacobs visited Thursday af ternoon with Katie Chapman Several of the young: people from hers at- tendftd the band Concert at Blue Mouni Thursday night Decatur ihoppera Saturdav were Mr and Mrs S F Noland. 1 * Brown Nolfcnd. Mr and Mrs C L Jacobs Ruth Jacebt, Mrt Ira Moffett Mr and Mrs J R. Scott, Golds Scott, Mm. D D Chapman Mr and Mrs. Edward Dummermuth and children, C L Jacobs and family, A B Baldla and afmil Bonna- and May Chapman Erma, Uhrich, Dan, Charles and Bronn Noland Henrv Colfturn Katie and Maggie Chapman, Onllle Batiey, Emery and Everett Batley. Howard and Emery Brown attended a social at Boody Saturday «vanin? Mr and Mrt W p Moffett and family of Boody, visited Sunday with. A. B Baldls and family Mr. and Mra. Melborn Ov*rml«r ot Dtxon visited over Bnnday with Kr and Mri Blake Noland Mr. and Mri Oscar Chapman and ton Kenneth spent Sunday at the home of D D Chapman Mlsa Helen Uhrich of Bood\ visited over Sunday with her lister, Mies Krm* Uhrich W J Cottle and famllv and Mt and Mta O F CoYlle visited with George Albers and family Punday Mr and Mrs Gaorg* 1 MorrlB of Elw In vliited Tuesday evening with. Mr ajid Mrs. T L. Jacobs Mr and Mrs Henry Aftenhelt were Decatur ·hoppeis Monday There will be preaching aer\ Lcei both morning and e\enlng at the Madisort church bv R«\ Jenny, the new patter ~ ':ran and M r? Hen ry Cockr; Henr'v Colburn Cool Footwear for Hot Weather Cool and comfortable footwear means much towards gaining the greatest amount of pleasure during these days of outdoor life. If you are in the habit of paying $3.00, ?4.00 and S5.00 FOR YOUR SHOES AND OXFORDS a few minutes in our store should convince you that this is the place to buy all your shoes. We hove tliem for the whole family, made in all leathers. a'" : n ram f as and nubuck, from 49c to $2.98 Let Us Show You. Quality Guaranteed. Deeatur Shoe Store 220 E. Eldorado St. In Scqvill BIdg. THE UNION STORE. Just out of the high rent district. Booster Day June 27 Buy Home "Smokes" (From Review, Tuesday, June 9th.) "If Decatur men would insist on smoking Decatur cigars, twice as many cigarmakers would be given employment here as are working here now. Decatur cigars are as cheap to the consumer as any on the market and they are better in quality than outside cigars. They are made in clean, sanitary, well-ventilated shops under proper supervision. Cigarmakers are skilled workmen of a high clas£ They are worth while to the city.'' JUNE 27-SATURDAY-IS BOOSTER DAY. DECATUE-MADE CIGAR. INSIST ON A L The Monogram Made in Decatur by Jos. Michl Sons 120 N. Water Street. ire vlslttnc a few days la Awumptloo. Mr and Mr». J R *cott -were Dacatur visitor* Wedneidar Mr and Mr. G. F. Cottle *!»ltel-Monday In Boody Farmers State Bank Absorbs Rival. - Illlopolis, June 38.--Th» stockholders of the Farmers' State bank have purchased the stock of the Illiopolig hank and thus have consolidated the hank- ing- business into one bank. The furnishings In the IlHopolU bank have been sold to the new Ecrogfflni Bank company In Mt. Pulaskl. PBRSONAiS. Miss arable Fisher Is attending school at Drake university, Des Molnee. la, Archie Maxwell of Breckenrldce Is the guest of hie mother, Mrs. John Maxwell. O. T. Myers, Ed Myers and Leslie Mo- Daniel attended the funeral of Mrs. Maria. North In Buffalo Tuesday. J. L Bright of Springfield wa« In Illlopolis Wednesday on business. Mtss Margaret Max-well was a Springfield visitor Tuesday. Charley Henderson of Mt. Auburn passed Thursday in Illlopolis. P. P. Iiticae has returned home after several weeks' trip through Colorado Mr. and Mrs. Cirlyle Cantrail left th« first of the week for Adrian. Mich., where they will visit with Mrs. Can- trail's brother. Miss Lucle Fletcher of Buffalo -was the guest of Miss Fairy JlcCorkle Wednesday. Mrs Fannie Renner of Mt. Pulaskl U visiting htr mother, Jin. Charlotte Beam thte we«fe / . W. Constant of Springfield wa In niiopolls Wednesday on business. W. J. N«es of Decatur passed Wed- n«tday4n nilopolls. Bev. and Mr». Wllker«on o( Blue Moun4 visited Rev. Mr. Shouse Wednesday. Little Miss Dorothy Cline of Athens Is visiting- her grandparents, Mr. and Mre. John Constant. Mrs. Josle Klnahan Is the guest of rtlatlv«i in Indiana for two we«*«. John Milligan of Mt Auburn w»g an 111lopollt business visitor Thursday. ARGENTA. Mr McQeeea *nJ Mr. Bant* ot TexM, are vlsltlnj Hr. ted Mra John Ray Mrs Robert Huston and Harry Benford of Decatur, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mri. J F. $hu«r. Mr and Mrt Eut*"e Farmer hare returned to their home In Indlanapolli, after * week's vi«it w1*h Mr and Mrs. Jtm«» Lower* A children*' day program will be ffh'«n at the United Brethren church Sunday evening, June 2S and WadnaMay with hl» dAVflftter. Mr* Earl Xfttliw. Mr* O. B. Shu«y and daughter w*r« ahop-* pert WedAMday in H*catvr. Miry Thomu and Thalma. Waiter returned TuewJay «TeBlnv from * TMt In D*« catur with Mr and Mra. F. R, Qmrr«*. Samuel Hilbrant, Sr, Perry and 8 O. Hilbrant ha*e eoa» to Indinta and Ohio t* visit a lew days. ^' R. B Walker li pfltntinf th i»tirior of the Tcoma* dnsc store. W. T RuEMll of Decatur, w*l «' Caller Thursday. Mr and Mrs John D*rf* of Fortrtt. vl«1 ·Wednesday with Mr. and Mr* Frank N«l ited e)toetrle fan* G«or$6 Smetters bts In the opera bouse. John Kuhn» is visttinf frlettdi at Buck- brt this netk. The Ladies' Aid Mclety «f tk« aftsthodtef church waa entertained Tue*a|»y afternoon at the home of tha IClscea Macjn* aad Essie Sha*tIL Ice cream «nd niun«e««i were eerred. Tfeere were fifteen aerator* of the society aad wv«rat ivlted caeet* jpr4i«nt. Baleer Neln visited Thursday wfth Frank Nein and family An E»4r BML Housekeeper: A lady, meetla^ the little daughter of her hostess In the yard one morning, asked "And where are, you folnc so early in the raorniag my little maid**" "Oh, I have been where I am going," waa the polite response- _________ Sale of Sample Waists Continues Saturday These are sample waists bought from a well-known manufacturer at nearly one-half of regular prices. Just the waists that women are asking for and wearing, and an ideal time to buy and save money, as these are positively the greatest waist values ever offered in Decatur. Voile, Swiss and Mull and white and colored silk are the materials and the styles are all new, not more than six of the same model. Come and see them Here Are the Prices: Exceptional values at $1.00. Choice during this sale at 49c iere are regular $1.50 waists, choice for this Qfi/» sale at «/O V/ This lot comprises values from $2.00 to $2.50. Choice At this price you'll find regular $2.50 and ( M - v f l Q "$3.00 values- for.. «P A*TC»/ $3.50 waists, unusual values at regular price. Choice now at 5 pounds best Sugar, only with tea and Churnedwell 2Sc 3 pounds Lump Starch lOc 3 pound can Tomatoes, only two to customer 8c 2 large cans best Milk, onlj- two to customer 15c 2 pounds Lard 25c Bnck Cheese, cut to a pound 19c 2 boxes Matches, only two to customer 5c Fancy mixed Cakes, a pound lOc (Save standing in front of hot ^tove to bake.) Fancy miied Tea. for ice tea. cut to 45c Fresh country Eggs, 3 dozen 38c $1 trading stamps with each pound coffee. Forbe's Special. $1 worth of stamps, cut to 35c Lorelta Brand, our leader, with SI stamps 30c Illinois Special, with to stamps, cut ."...25c Surprise Coffee double stamps..20c Churnedwell Butterme, a Ib. ...25c AH year one price--good all year-one pound calls for another. 81 stamps each pound. 6 pounds, $1.15. 0. H. Butterme 20c Fancy bottled Pickles »l cut prices. Free Som-enir--With a 50c purchase, Lard. Sugar and Eggs not included, we will have a nice Ice Cold Cherry waitmg for you FREE. Come and SAVE MONEY. These prices are good Saturday. June 27. and Mondaj. June 29. German Noodles and Vermicilh, cut lo pound 9c BELL 430. AUTO 1418. The Extreme Hot Weather requires a change in food; we have all the varieties. Packing House Market 118 E. William St. Both Phones 4644. Quality Highest. Prices Lowest. See Saturday morning paper for exceptionally low prices, then come tn and we will prove it. NO FAKE ADVERTISING We guarantee every purchase. New White Colonial on Sale Today The illustration represents a brand new, white nubuck tongue-and-buckle pump just placed in stock. Nothing that we might say regarding the style of this pump would be an exaggeration. The Colonial meets the approval of women who desire their footwear to represent the last word in style. We have tried this Colonial and find that it fits well, setting nicely over the inatep and at the arch and heel. Material is of good quality. This pump is made with a light welted sole and Spanish-Louis heel of leather. When you look at this new Colonial you will see that the price is low at Other white Colonials, Pumps and Boot* at $3, ||3.50, $4 and $5. NEWSPAPER! IN FW SPA PERI

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