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Monday Evtnhf, Ime 29, 1914. T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Page Seven Miss Berth. Powell of She!- byville Seriously III. Mltlbyvllle, J u n e !» -- Minn Berths Pnw«t1. «Rtploya4 at the Mutual tele- phoTi* *xrhanir« In thin city, received the f u l l ·hock of created telephone and electric l i g h t wlron Saturday, when a wire from the m u n i c i p a l rlectrlc l i g h t plant earn" on cnntact w i t h · tclrphone ·wtr* ·· ihn m«1e c connection for the reiidonce of John W Yantla, an officer of t h e telephone company Mlt Powell » » » rrndered unconscious and aa ubii fell h«r head gear dropped off, t h u a in * I p r o b a b i l i t y auvlns her life, ci th« ..mult waa broken In thl" m a n - Hflr Th* younjr woman In Mill In a precnrloni. cnnilltlon itt h.-r home, whern Kin was t a k e n S a t u r d i y evanlntt In the K m n e d y ft Dude Ambulance. OTONEE ME!f SKTTT a SI'IT. A s i t M c m e n t of the rtlftcrencea between I-"' r h a m h p r l u l n anil Howard J.Ulius'l, u c u l t h y nnd I ' r o m l n n n l r l t l - «on» of Oconce, w»» etfeclcd Frlilnv w i t h o u t t r l n l of t h e rn-i*N that hncl l«en a t n r t r d b e f o r e tt j u s t i c e at tlic- pp«oo lit Ocone* Tlie t i o u h l e arose f r o m I n j u r y to one of M n n u t l ' a horaei, ·w'ilch n u run down ly C h a m b e r l a i n s · utomnMl* nevrnil m n n t t t i apo. atnl Manuel not only nipil f h a m b e r l a l n for damsKF*. ut rnimpd bli arrest under the a t a t u t e for u p o e d l n K . TCWKn HILL TO SUE B. * O P r i j i i i c i H ' o n of the B A O. railroad cnmp.inv. nnd t h e a r i o t of J. H S t u n - l«v, « t r i m m e r , arc o t h e r u n K l c » of t h « T o n r r H i l l booze B l t u u t l o n arUlnff from the rtellM r j of a q u a n t i t y of beer 1o the f"»r men « h o a e t r l n l n are «et tor J u l y M In t h r c o i m u i o u r t nnrt w h o ·were r r l r n n c i l f r o m J a i l Friday w h e n bond wan f u r n l M i o d f'r t h i in A c t i o n · ·a'nut tho m i l l o n r t c o m p a n y Is t n k c n a t the Ir.ntnnce o f t h e x i l l a K c n u t h o i l lien, urid t h e arrn*t nf t - t n n l c - j . « h o }inulet1 t h e hoo/e f r o m t h r d r p o t t o t b o t m n r l l n £ I" 11 " 10 of t h e m e n In q u e s t i o n win film in ido at tlii'lr I n i t f t n e e The c h l p t n i nt of boo/o w.ip hold n p ·it t h e dep t for aom- 1^«. o w l n a r to t h n f i u t t h a t L B. r i u r k e v . w h o was a c t i n g n « n K t n t d u r l n s t h o a h u r n r p o f E. E V \ h l t e . the r e u u l o r a R c n t . de- c l i n e d to lake a rham'e on v i o l a t i o n of Tower Hill new o i d l n a n c e Ho c a m t n u n k a t e d » H h t h o rornp.iru and w«a ttIil»-1 to hold t h e bcotr A f t e r M r . W h i t e s r e t u r n I n s t r u c t i o n * w e r e Driven to d r l h e r the B h ' p m e n t to tho connlrnten ami t h l a « n « tl m The trial of b t o n l c y , the rtnon.an. un! of the rallroa I coinpan ' i \ e » o*n · t f«ir · l a t e r d a l o . and It If M k e l y a t»t of the o r i l l n n f i t e ivll! he m n d u whiob Mr Leo ihaok hands with the army of bla honoring- friend*. G E Patterson division »up«rlntendent of Clinton acted at toiatmatter delivering ibart opening tddrcit A n u m - ber of epeakers were ctllei UDOO and paid glowing trlbutet to the life and character of "Uncle" Dinlel Many letters ant t«Iecrarn were received A telecram from Scott Wllllarrn, Centra- I t n : from S. A Down*. Dubuque, Iowa from A I» BUM, (uperlntendent of maintenance of way, from T H Sullivan, Fort Dodge. Iowa, and others. Michael Sheeband. road lupervlfo: delivered a brief address compliment ln Mr Leo for hit long and tirelfE e r \ i c e John O'Brien, supervisor o 1 the Clinton district, eulogized In a t r o r p words the life work of Mr Leo. H' speech was brief and witty. The toastmaster then said he 3e Mrcfl to hear from selected citizens or Clinton who were Invited to be present Hon B F Staymates and Attorney Frank K. Lemon made f i t t i n g remarks COSTLY WATCH AS PRESENT. The cloMnr speaker was Clarke W a t son a freight conductor on the Havana line, who finished his remarks, v«n h a p p i l y wordod. by a presentation speech In w h i c h he handed Mr Leo a t o s t l y gold n a t c h . «o)1d gold chain w i t h i b c n t . t l f u l cross afl a p e n d a n t , the w a t i h c o n t a i n i n g t h e lepend o f t h e , u l f t by thr e m p l o v e a of the several di- , ' f c l o n n to **L'ncle" Dan Leo. ' Mr Leo attempted to respond, but L i o k o clown arirl took his seat, saying .ii heart waa too f u l l for utterance. There ^ crp a t least C60 present MOTORMAN DIES AND TRAIN RUNS WILD PuMrufftr* on Indiana R.fllw.ijr Gtrcn LaPurte. Ind . J u n e 29 -- A two-car t r a i n on the Nor the? n Indiana Elect r i c r a i l w a y ran w i l d for half ·. mile r e a t r r d a before f r l p h t e n c d pasaengrera illsrov creel t h e m o t o r m a n was missing The c o n d u c t o r n p p i i o d the brakes and ran th- t r n l n back to R curve, where !' o ' oeb of tlie m o t o r m a n Stanley V\ it u c k f . w as f o u n d H la believed W i t u c k e rtled of heari ili'-i-ase nrid his bod\ w a s t h r o w n off t h e p l a t f o r m w h e n t h e trutln took t h e r u r \ e at hljrh speed He lived at South H f n r t , I n d AUTO UPSETS; TWO DIE, TWO HURT niftntnlnKfon 1«tit1i fl K i l l e d »ar Hnd- ·on. 111. P J n o m i n j r t o n . J u n e 2 ? -- P a u l G r l f ' l t h mil H a r i v Pot^r^on, n u n R m e n of t h i s r l t v , us-r* 1 k i l l f»rt an i* t w o other men s e i l o u M v injured! » h c n t h e i r a u t o m o b i l e rapsl7f3 early yo^terdiv near Hudson M I M - ' I ' TO l l h C m i l John IV Slddrll. «n o f f l r ' n l tl I n * Towr I l l i l Coal c i n i | i " \ - ·"* t u i r k · p p l l r n t l n n for u d m i » * l o n t u t '' v t r . A t t o r r . « E l.ow» t l i » rr i l i c i l . . r t i r i r i t " o f K l o l m n i . i i c h u n i f f I ' . ' I.M.R | « « u ^ l l.ll! o f till' r i l l l l t \ . u n i t Ulr Jllcl l » l l him h K e n r. n t r.ft I n w n h l i * not . nK*B«.i t n Ml* 1 r « l n i r t l i l t l ' i n h r n . t l h « mm. nnrt | i r * p i . r l n K h l m x - l f 'in I 1h« p r i n t en «r t l i " pi"'"*«lon upnri h!» ·amuiiion t v t h e tini In tli 1 ' c o u n t . M i m i L E T O X -- V 1 M . 1 H A m n r r l ig" llc-cnim 1 i I · · n t-nunl tn t.B. M i d ! I H O - ' "f · I'"" " ' I I ' - """' 1 'mi' \ I", i ** ·'f' I '^ r I f u u t t l u t . T I hi «ma« W A S If ucd »o\ rii f ' t M * fl^n Inn a t t l i « r"n«Hi or !'· I ··! "r, · i n - I f o r m a t i o n i " n - « r n l n « It wa« »m.- ·+- butt M M ** M i r f j n . i « n P ton U» f l - 1 Ml U M KENNEY. \\ HfwiiM linrj H r n r y Rvbo't w *r« eM i a l i e r a In H!oomlntrton S a t u r d a y »-. H i * M i l l " of C h i t o n . IB ^ i s l t l n g 1 · n I I t i m p h r r \ " I L llo« 'ti.i and d a u g h t e r R u t h * * t h of Ht l ^ u i R rum' 1 P n t u r d a y to o M Mt-H lilnrt\ ajid f n m ! l ft f | i r l c antl c i KdmuniJ. were C'ln- \ iii't ^ r ^ P ^ t u r I n v t i I frn ngtr o n e a cillrr In Ppririir- Fr rt iv · ritii »1ien b th* B B club Trlflij lni. ^^ «« q i K , n nurr^M S f ^ p r i l from f n i « k l c h r ' - n n t a n d C l l n l o n w^re nt M Ma i 'f ' ' r u m p ftm 1 ('-i]ght»r, EHzft- o' T'ITFII i r UPC v l i l t l n f f Mm J S r w * o »ia» t . c t n I I ! r ( i l l s »M f r l m r t of D*ciitur spent » ' \ ^ i ' l i f i r irrl M r n T\ M C r t l g _ FINE TRIBUTES M Man Who Never Had Vacation S:grnally Honoted. Avoid Danger of Bieod Infection Get Your Blood Strong to Reaitt Daily Perila r t n t f ^ i J r .9-- A r t i » w ' ' ' h ' t T * i i m u k « h ' « " r f o r tl.' r . i i l r . . ! 1 f r n t e r n ' t i »f i l i n n i r n m » o f f -i«it " ' '" "!«' ' i n i i \ It '"II «"·! I-;"' ·' ll " 1 " t r c o t It w o n I h i ' T i n t l r l t r c c - j ' l ' · I ''«" mlM r i '" ' n h n r o r of ' " T " I.rn r,t W l l n n t l n i t I r " , - H l x ^ l » r ^ n' c n n n t n n t f » r M r » 111 I ' *mpl"V of t ' l l l l n n l i i n l r a l . U , n t w l i l r h I n n v u n r l u t l h ' l «* ».r f · n tn. k n \ a i t t l ' n r*l i .1 i.i of r i i l l u n v PI n i-nn ·l"t UK ' '· ·! m r n - i l n f - 'i 4 ' t r n r k 'iicn · ' '· "». a t a l l . f ' 'n * r o i t . . H u n t , I » ,111 n u p i - M n t ' i l . n t n u r d ,,rf!, r » f m m T ' I t ' m l n ' n n " ) i t x ' r * ? ! i K M n t d n . nn*1 n ' M d a l n r e t i i n m n t l i i K '' - o m p n i u I n i r ' o u n i n t j » c l t l r » t \i - ·.-·I'-enl T .' '·ti m l i n p mom m " i "' '' h u l l wm nniviipil n n I I I ll WH" u!i «' lin ooll If '« » f » t t ' i . H n i a t i nt t l ^ I r u n n l l v 11 If n u.Mr« of ihu . IM i I \\ · I INTi T H I I TV A f t ' f a » f i » n l r « r » [ i l l i n d i i r l n K A host of people have thanked their lii'lty m n r to have used 6. S. S fur t h p blond InflUnd of those dangerous drugn mirh »§ mcrpury. calomel arsenic. ftf It l» on r.icv rnnltcr to get the Mood polroned from contact w i t h dlieaio K'rrrs They lurk In almost everything we t o i t f h or hnndln nnd a BlKht ncrruch or »kln nhra-lon ll o f t t n t h e gntc of o n l n i n f f j for ft va*t anr.y of Kfrm 1 * If tliu bluod H Imi uro. If pimples, bollq, **c7pmn or other crupM-.o comll'lonq mako th*» Hlsln n flnTitt^r cpnt use S S S nt one* nnd f o r t l f v the evitom Qet your liloort strong anil f u l l of red corpuioes to renew tlB'ine h t n l t h Let S S R keep down tendency of n i l perms to m u l t i p l y »n! \ o u r skin will · .on renew lt«e!f. Th«»e fuels »r- explalriofl In n h » n u t l f u l bn .li j u M Imueil n n f l w i l l he mailed fre^ DT The Swift Ppo-IDc Cc lie g w if t Hide A t l i n t a On K t n tiottlo of S B S today of any dniBKl"! but Insist that you will ha\ o notntnit rltto For mrirc fletnllfifl fllrectlonn write tho Mecll-'ai Oopt at uuggcstcd In circular nr.wml thn bottle. Let Us Be Your "Home Makers" Tf you MTV t h i n k i n g of starting that UPW home, you should n'nlizi th« i great opportunity placed BO early within your i mrh. The money you save at this store is simply womlprful. Our entire building is filled with pnodR t h a t no to furnish the home com- jilete. The prices w i l l make home fiirmsluLic; easy. For Ga*h or Eaay Payments. SEE BRESKOW'S Both Phones. 1025-31 N. Water. THE LAST TWO DAYS At Gebhart's Will Be Big Money Saving Days THE LAST TWO DAYS OF JUKE WILL SEE SOME WONDE RFUL VALUE GIVING IN THIS STORE. ECONOMICAL BUYERS WILL DO WELL TO LOOK OVER THIS FINE LIST OF SAVING OPPORTUNITIES HERE FOR MONDAY AND TUESDAY. Final June Sales s Monday and Tuesday BUYS CHOICE OF ANY CLOTH SUIT hURADS ALWAYS \ POINTTOfi BARGAINS i/ This is a wonderful offer. Think of it! The skirts alone are worth up to $10.00, but the Gebhart Co. carries nothing over and you can buy choice of any suit in store Monday and Tuesday $5.00 $15.00 SPRING COATS $3.00 Ig O $3.00 $10.00 100 ladies' and misses' beautiful Spring coats, all colors, coats we sold at $10, $12,50 and $15; Monday and Tuesday $40 SILK SUITS AND DRESSES Choice of all our ?35 and $40 silk suits and dresses, in the latest models and colors, (J*-t A A A sizes and styles; special. «P J.U«vf U , $22.50 COATS $5.00 Monday and until sold, we offer choice of all coats sold up to $22.50, at $5.00 Our assortment of maternity dresses is by far the largest and most complete in the city. We will be pleased to show them. 50c CORSET COVERS This tremendous bargain in ladies' fine corset covers will appeal to you, finely made and trimmed with lace and embroidery, all sizes and made to sell at 50c and worth it; Monday and Tuesday, each $1 GOWNS 75o 25 dozen ladies' fine crepe and cambric gowns, the latest cuts and styles, sold at $1.00; Moiidav and Tuesdav .............. " These Bargains for Monday and Tuesday 6c Unbleached Muslin 3%c Good fie tinhlcachcd m u s H u on snlc all weel. nt per yard fie Standard Calicoes 3%c Full s t a n d a r d cohcocs in both lights and c l n r U s ; best Gc value Monday nnd Tucsdaj only per yard 12iic Muslim 6 l-3c Best 12Vic blenched yard wide rausllns, extra fine, soft f i n i s h ; very f t f t A special. 13 yards for ............ * I .WU $1.00 fted Pillows 7Sc 2H27 bed pillows; the f l l l i n f f Is all fenth- crs. and are guaranteed odorless, dustless and free from quills; best 75C ?i.OO value, at pnch ................ I Wi» $1.00 Bleached Sheets T5c For this week's selling we offer our best $1 00 blearheil bed sheets. Including the scalloped h e m s t i t c h e d and hemmed in sices SUflO and 81x99. 75c at each ......................... ' ***· 15c Pillow Cases lOc AU this week we w i l l sell our best 15c pil- Inw casts, extra fine cambric finished; sizes 36xSG and 42x3(. at eoch ............ , .......... 35c Art Cases 19c Art pillow cases, with hemstitched we have them in all initials; big values at 35c; sale price, each ...... 65c Art Pillow Casei 39c 200 pairs of b e a u t i f u l embroidered art pillow cases, in the scalloped and hemstitched. all beautiful designs, made from best quality of pi' low casing; $1.25 and Sl_.30 a pair always; tale price, each ................ -., All 6c Crashes go at. yard 4%c All 8 l-3c Crashes go at yard 69£c All lOc Crashes go at yard 7»4c All 12Hc Crashes go at. yard....,....9Hc AU 15c Crashes go at yard ll^c lOc Towels 5c 100 dozen of regular lOc Huck Towels, good, generous size, fancy red borders, not over six to a customer, CM at each "· 12Mc Buck Towels 8 1-Sc 100 dozen of large size Huck Towels fancy borders. 12Hc values; June ft/'ir Bride Sale, each ° I** Turkish Towels We carry the largest stock of Turkish Towels in Decatur; they come in all sires in the guest and larger sizes, in the plain and jacquard weaves, with fancy colored borders. We also have Wash Cloths and Bath Mats to match. AH specially priced for heavy selling. 50c Towels 25c 200 dozen of large size Huck Towels, all pure linen goods in hemmed and hemstitched* some are plain white, while others have pretty colored borders. AH our 35c. 30c and some 50c values go at each 39c Final June Sales Monday and Tuesday 200 LADIES' MISSES' and CHILDREN'S HATS This is an immense bargain in ladies' misses' and children's beautifully trimmed hats, all the latest Spring styles, trimmed in ribbons and flowers, all colors and black, hats made to sell up to $5.00 and $6.00, Monday and Tuesday $1.OO Lot $1 House Dresses This lot consists of light and dark colors in gingham and percale, all small sizes is the reason we offer at such a rediculous price. Suit Cases and Traveling Bags $1.50 Matting Suit Case $1.00 50 matting suit cases, 24-in.; excellently bound, brass locks and good handle. A §1.50 suit case ;3 *AS\**V« ft»A«Vk $1.00 Matting Traveling Bags $1.50 to 25c Matting traveling bags, all sizes, with brass locks or straps vA»OU to Leather Traveling Bags $15.00 to $4.95 200 full leather traveling bags, size 16 to 20-in., in cowhide, seal, alligator, walrus and pigskin. The finest line in Decatur us and pigskin. The · $15 » $4.951 Big Fibre Suit Case $3.95 50 fibre suit cases, 7-in. deep, heavily trimmed, good brass locks, water proof; a suit case worth $5.00, this sale. . Traveling Men's Silk Sampleg Another big lot of traveling men's silk samples just received. Crepe de Chines, Wash Silks, Taffetas, Foulards, ?^ !ins and Crepes. Silks that sold at 75e to $2.00 « yard; makes nice ties, girdles, peplums, waists and automobiles caps, aU go at, each ' Remodeling Sale of Draperies Offers Many Exceptional Bargains 15c Drapery Cloth 8c One lot of 12ttc and 15c Colonial drapery cloth, all colors; special. OM a yard \T. » C 18c Cretonnes 12%c 1,000 yards of fancy cretonnes and denims, sold at 18c; Remodeling 191 ft Sale price I Ml* $1.25 Bag Rugs 89c One lot of rag rugs. 37x50-lnch size, worth 81.25; in bine, tan and 89 G green; special price, *»·!» 40c Cretonnes 25c 1.000 yards of extra fine cretonnes and denims, just the thing for porch or lawn pillows; sold up to 40c; 9fifi special, this sale fcww $2.50 Hammock $1.89 We have a large assortment of hammocks for the 4th outings; special C1 flQ 82.50 value for this sale only "· · ·"*' Linoleum Sale $1.00 grade inlaid linoleum, this sale 50c grade printed linoleum, this sale 7Se grade 12-ft. wide linoleum, yard 75c 39c 45c THE STORE. THAT M A K E S THE PRICC 20fo OFF ON ALL OEDAE CHESTS H.S.GEBHARTO SRCATER DECATUR'S GRtATEST STOPC 20% OFF ON ALL MATTING BOXES

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