The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 1, 1914 · Page 2
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The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 2

Decatur, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 1, 1914
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Pag* Two T H E D E C A T U R . R E V T ""'··-'i- ·«*· Wednesday Evening, July 1, 1914. A, IE IISUJE Present G. O. P. Judge to Run for Progressive Party. Tuscola. July 1 --At the night ses-. Eton of the meeting of the' Progressives ol Douglas county .on Monday in this citv it was decided to nominate a full county ticket, -which was done Judge Walter J Dolson. at present county judge and who was elected or. th« Republican ticket to his present term or office, but later affiliated himself with the Progressives, was p'.actd in nomination for the same office un the Progressive ticket A Hiyward of Valla Grove was nominated for county clerk, Samuel Baxter of MurJock township for county treasure! Charles Moore of Hindsboro for s h e r i f f Attorney S S DuHarr.el of Tuscola was slated as the nominee tor lepre- sentative while C D Thomas -nas u r g ed to make the iact- tor congressman but has not yet s.gmfied a willingness to accept the nomination The meeting was" harmonious in e v e r j respect The many Tuscola fi lends e! S M Relnheimer, who was taken to a Chicago hospital last week to be treated for what was thongM to be mastoid trouble, are- pleased to leain t'^at his trouble proved to be an aosces= of the inner ear. and while \ e r v p a i n f u l it is not thought to be serious and -Mr. Eelnhelmer is r.ow sj'd to be doing nlcelv. Mrs T, A McFvp.m and daughter. Mrs Dobvns, of Jacksonville and Miss Anna Ervin were Champagm -visitors on Tuesday afternoon Mr and Mr? Guv Jore- and daughter Mildred, left here Tuesda e\ en- ing for an outing among the lakes of northern Wisconsin Judge TV VT. Reeves and Mrs James Helm were- among the I'uscola people ·who were in Decatui Tuesday Bruce Henderson of Champaign and Win "v"isega r ^ er of Sivoy took the Frisco he-e Tutsday a f t e r n o o n for Muskogee. Okla Attorney J H Ci-.aduick was looking after business at S j l l i x a n Tuesday. J. B Perr le!t here Tuesday morning via the C t E I and St Louis for Cherrnale, K a n . where he expects to look a!t«r his farming interests for several davs and a t t e n d i n g to the threshing of the wheat crop Fred D Michener of the Star store force was a business -visitor in Shelbyville Tuesday afternoon RECITAL THURDSAY NIGHT A recital, under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid socletv of the First Presbyterian church -Ail! be g^ on Thursday night THE PROGRAM Trio, selected--Mrs Campbell, piano, Mr. McKec violin Mi Campbell cello Vocal, selected--Miss Morse Vocal--"Don't Tou Mind the Sorrows" (Cowlesl. Mr. Conovor., Organ--Grand March from "Lohengrin" (Wagner). Miss Irwin. Vocal duet--"Break Diviner Light' (Allltfen), Mrs. Fuller and Miss Whitlock. Piano--Preludlum from "Erste Mod- erne Suite' (MacDowell), Miss Bollman. Vocal--"At Dawning" (Caiman), Mr Parker (Godard). Mr McKee Reading-- 'The Man Without a Country" (Hale), Miss Porch. Vocal--"If I Were a Rose" (Hessel- b e i g ) , Miss Wamsley. Piano duet--"Faust" CGuonod) Miss Bollman, Miss Whltlock. Reading, selected--Miss Bailev. Vocal--"On the Road to Mandalay" (Speaks)--Miss Rice. Organ-- "Gothlque Suite" (Boel- manrO Miss Irwin. claim deefl to part lot 1, C. Weed's addition to Stewardson: 11. Albert Fisher to W. S. Simpson, 20 acres in section 16, Oeonee; »SOO. Thomas E. Morrison to William s Simpson, 20 acres in section 16, Oco- ne j.' W.° Grissom to W. H Ownbv lots 11 and 12. block 16, Windsor, tl.800. Many Small Realty Deals in Shelby County. Shelbyville, July 1 -- The business property long known as the Quigley building, which recently was purchased from J M Quigley by H. D. Twiss, has !a??ed int.o the hands of the First National bank, the purchase price being given as $2 SOO. The building: is located South Morgan street, and immediately south of the building from which the Patton b a i b e r shop has just been removpd and which is part of thi s t i u c t u r e which houses the bank and the Pate drug store. It is generally understood that the bank plans to re- mode] and enlarge Its building, but probably will do nothing in that line this season OTHER DEALS. Other real estate deals recorded Include the- followlr-g: Leo Ellis to William A. Noltlng and wife. 50 acres in section 29, Windsor; 34,000 Master in Chancery to Joseph G. Walker. 10 acres in section 32, Tower Hill $540. Charles W Wilson to William Webb, part outlot 20 C. Weed's addition to 1 Stewardson. SSOO. j Frank Fogle to W. C JIcMannie, lots 7. S 9. 10, 11 and 15, block 19, Herrlck; I $75 i Minnie Bauer to Cyrus C. Engle. part I outlot 1, C. Weed's addition to Stewardson: $1. I Josnua Hunkel. et al to Effie Runkel east side n *? nw '4 section 31, Bldge. $1,000 Jasper L Douthil to Thomas Inman. lot :??. Lithia Springs, $100. Marion Quicksall to Charles E Culver. 40 acres section 6, Slgel: $1,200 Fred C Doehrlng to Caroline Doeh- rinff. quit claim deed to 160 acres in section 36. Richland, and 40 acres In section 6, Big Spring. $1 T H Bauer to Cyrus C Engel, quit "Red" Lockard Gets in Brawl in Witt Saloon. Shelbyville, July 1 --"Red" Lockard, who has been a source of considerable annoyance to the peace officers in this county, is at his home in Tower Hill, suffering from a bullet wound In the leg, received during a saloon brawl at Witt The shot was fired by John Fox, a bartender employed in "Big Dan's" saloon, where the fight took place. Lockard, with a brother and some friends, visited Witt and were "celebrating" when the fight ensued. Joe Schultz tried to separate the combatants and the bunch commenced to beat him up. whereupon Fo\ drew his gun and began shooting. After LocK- arJ was wounded in the leg the fighters left the place and the wounded man was brought to his home in Tower Hill. Lockard formerly worked In the I mines at Witt, but is now employed in 'a similar manner at Tower Hill. He has more than once occupied a cell in the county jail In this city, consequent upon his infraction* of the law, prln- cipaly that one phoblting the sale of intoxicating liquor in anti-saloon territory. SHOT FIRECRACKER, FINED $7 60. Ben Harrigan paid a fine and costs amounting to $7.60 Monday night, as a penalty for violating the city ordinance governing the discharge of firecrackers and kindred evils within the city limits. He w-as arrested by Chief of Police A. R. Tallman himself, Immediately after discharging a high explosive on Main street. TWO MARRIAGE LICENSES. Two marrtaga licenses In whloh official consent of parents was rteceieary, have 'be»n Issued by County Clerk J. T. Zlmmer. The first was obtained by Roscoe C. Figglna, the 20-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Flgins of Prairie township, and Miss Ruth Ferguson of Big Spring. The second was Issued to Roy Williams, 19, and Retha McCollum, 17, both of Mode. The former is a son of Mr. and Mrs W. H. Williams, and th» bride is a. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McCollum. NEW 5 AND 10 STORE. A new business enterprise is to open in Shelbyville s' ortly, Robert Homrighous and Charles Homrlghous having formed a partnership to open a "5 and 10 cenf'store In the Homrlghous Penwell building at the -oi aer of Main and Morgan streets. The building has recently been extensively remodeled. In fact, practically rebuilt, and present* a greatly Improved appearance. Messrs. Robert and Charles Homrlr- houa are cousins, and already are well known In business circles here. About fifty ShelByvllle people-went to Pana Tuesday afternoon to wltne»» the ball game between the Chicago "Feds" and Pana, Many of the local people went by automobile, and other* by train. RESUME WORK AT OIL. WELU Work at the oil well just west of Mode has been resumed and will go forward rapidly under the direction of the Stewardson Oil and G~« company. Work had been suspended for several weeks. Beautiful, Soft Fluffy - Hair an Aid to Beauty Who does not love a head of pretty hair? Some women thing it is a gift of nature and envy their more fortunate sisters. If your hair is not fluffy, soft and lustrous; is falling out, streaked, faded, brittle, or full of dandruff and if the scalp itches, do not think it must always be that way. for pretty hair is only a matter of care and proper nourishment of the hair roots. Hair is something like a plant--if neglected it soon withers and dies, while with a little attention it keeps fresh and beautiful. Parisian Sage It a scientific preparation that supplies Just the elements needed to invigorate the hair roots and stimulate the hair to grow long, thick, fluffy, soft and lustrous. It removes dandruff with one application and quickly stops itching head and falling hair. The Decatur Drug Co. or any druggist can supply you with Parisian Sage--It is inexpensive. Yon cannot be disappointed with this delightful and helpful hair tonic for the first few days' use will give the hair the beauty and charm of vouth. . Children's Percale Dresses Special Purchase and Sale of 765 GIRLS 5 DRESSES 95c Divided into two price groups r*E* For styles selling £DC at $1.00 and $1.25 For styles selling at $1.50 to $2.00 Illustration shows one style, and you must admit it is very attractive. It is a sale that mothers who have frocks to provide for girls should take advantage of. Read the details : THE DOLLAE DRESSES consist of materials such as linens, percales and ginghams, in 20 different styles; button front or back, kilted or plain skirts; plain models with fancy colored collar and cuffs or sailor suits. Sizes 6 to 14 years in every style. THE 55c DRESSES include materials such as linons and ginghams, in button front or back effects, short or three- quarter sleeves, round or square neck. A Sale of Dresses For Misses and Women Heretofore Unequaled (New Third Floor) DRESSES Beautiful white voiles, embroidered and trimmed with fine laces and the new awning stripe dresses, with long Russian tunics; stripes of all colors; styles that are suitable for all Summer occasions, worth up to $7.50, In this sale 1U11O» VWJl Uii $3.95 $3.00 and $3.50 wasTi skirts, P. K.'s, Ratine, Rice Cloth and Voile--the newest long tunic styles--button and otherwise trimmed--all in one grand lot for, choice The Store will be closed every Thursday afternoon during July and August. It will also be closed all day Saturday, July 4, but will be open until 9 o'clock Friday evening, July 3. Bachman Building- North Main and Prairie Avenue. Don't Overlook the Bargains in Tomorrow's Adv. Special Savings For Wednesday And Thursday Forenoon Because of Thursday afternoon being the first summer half-holiday for this season, we have arranged a number of special bargains which are good for today and for Thursday forenoon. They are worth looking up; don't miss them: A Hot Weather House Dress Special Just for this day and a half we shall offer you choice from a number of excellent values in the well-known Home Manufacturing Co.'s House Dresses-Decatui made from choice Percales and Lawns in light colors, the patterns including stripes, dots and figures; sizes 16 to 44. at choice for each .· No Approval or Exchanges can be permitted under this bargain price. 69c SPECIAL SAVINGS IN KNIT WEAR Ladies' Silk Lisle Hose in black, white, tan, sky, pink, gray and champagne. Very sheer and of beautiful quality. Especially priced at 1 Qtf* pair A t/ C Children's Fine-ribbed Black Hose of extra wearing quality and guaranteed fast black. We have all sizes in these, and for this day and a half have especially priced them at two pair for Hi l J . C J . V t 25c Ladies' Regular aOc Union Suits, a special lot in loose or tight knee styles, 39c especially priced, at garment .... Two Bargains in Crepe Underwear i · t. Remarkable Values in Crepe Gowns. These were bought for special sale and there are five different patterns of extra value, in hand embroidered effects with lace medallions and scalloped edge around neck and sleeves. A nice assortment in pink and white at as long as they QQf» ...98c last, each Crepe Combinations in envelope style, made with extra length drawers, at garment Flags and Bunting We have very complete assortments of Silk, Wool and Cotton Flags in all sizes, and cotton Bunting in the national colors, at remarkably low prices. Make your purchases for the Fourth today and tomorrow. ABOUT SHOE DRESSINGS Whittemore's Shoe Polishes and Dressings have become a household word, and deservedly so, for they fit every possible requirement in this line and are so economically priced that everyone can use'them. Whittemore's Chic Liquid Suede Dressing, the most successful suede dressing made, cleans and recolors all 9ft/» suede and buck leathers, a 25c bottle for 4Ut/ Whittemore's Gilt Edge Shoe Dressing for Ladies' and Children's fine shoes, produces the blackest color, the most durable lustre. The only gloss dressing that contains oil, softens the leather and makes it wear 9f}f* longer. A 25c bottle for ·*"+* Hubtop Shoe Laces made of fast-color braid, will wear twice as long as ordinary "" laces, at pair "Shinola" gives you a quick, brilliant and waterproof shine and we have it for either black Q ^ or tan shoes at box */ L/ French Gloss Shoe Dressing for ladies' black shoes, gives a very durable shine and softens the leather, at bottle , Whittemore's Quick White Dressing cleans and white canvas, nubuck, suede and ooze leather, shoes and slippers. A 25c bottle for whitens 20c Every Step A Pleasure When you wear our shoes and oxfords. THREE REASONS --Made in a style to fit your foot. --Built over "Natural Shape" lasts. --High-grade materials conform to the foot and retain good appearance for less money. Show us your foot and we'll show you the shoe to fit it.-We have them for the whole family for from 49c TO $2.98 Quality guaranteed. Walk only a few blocks and buy all jour shoes from ns and save money. Others do. We will be closed all day July 4th, but will be open Friday evening until 9 o'clock. The Decatur Shoe Store 220 E. Eldorado St. In Scovffl Bldg. Just out of the high rent district. Barbey Cooper Wholesale. GROCERS Retail. Barbey Cooper's Store will be Open All Day SATURDAY We Will Not Close iNEWSPAFERr VSPAPERI

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