Page TwB T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Thursday Evening, July 2, 1914. Pand Cfiurcfies to Meet There Every Sunday. Psr.a. July 2.--Vesjer services will be held at tha Kltchsll park auditorium BSirt Sunday. The music wi!! be In charge of the church choirs of the various churches of the city and the services proper will conclude within an hour. This service was started last year at the park and was greeted with a large attendance. This year tha services will continue during the summer months and the public will be cordially invited to attend. ESCAPES DEATH SECOND TIME. j T coffman, the miller, had a narrow escape from being killed at the TJr-'br deoot on Tuesday ever.lr.g. Mr. Co'fman " resides at Moweaijua and makes the trip to Pana daily to run his m'U here, returning in the evening. He was a little late Tuesday evening and madÂ» a run to catch the train which had =iready started out from the station aod missed his footing and roiled between the platform and the moving train. Luckily, he did not get on the tracks The train -was stopped and he was assisted to his feet. He escaped with only a few bruises and a very bad shock. This is the second accident Mr. Coffman has had in this manner in Pana. RETURNS TO CHINA. Miss June PJcketts, who has been here on a furlough from her duties departed Wednesday for "ew York city to take a steamer for China to resume *Â·Â»Â» duties as missionary there She will bV absent from Fans, for about four years when she will again be given another furlough to return to her home In this country. Dr. 'Walter Stebbins and -wife of Verona, Wis, are expected to arrive In 'Vra about Friday by automobile They wm~ba guests of Banker H N Schuyler. Mrs. Stebblns Is z. niece oÂ£ Mr. Schuyler Mr. Donald, also of Verona, is a not be In the party. Mrs. Donald will bs with the trip however. Mrs C. H Moore will entertain the Ladies' Bible class on Thursday evening at her home on South Locust street. INSTALL TOWER HILL LODGE. Thirty-five members of Litta lodge, K. of P.'s, were present at the institution of the new lodge of K. of P.'s, at Tower Hill Tuesday night in charge of Chancellor Commander Robert Kirkpatrick. The ceremonies were conducted at the opera house there, and at it's conclusion luncheon was served. The local K. of P.'s made the trip in autos and did not return home until about 3:30 Wednesday morning. E. B. Shaffer has returned from Kansas where he has been harvesting. He resumed his position on the Frisco Wednesday, Miss Jane McCoy was called to Denver Colo, Tuesday to attend the bedside of her aunt. Mrs. P. W. Sewman. who is well known here. Owing to her advanced age, it is believed that her chances of recovery are doubtful. Mrs. R. O. Henderson and daughter, Mona, departed Wednesday for Madison, Wls., where they will spend several weeks visiting relatives and friend . MACOS. Mrs Hubbard er.tertair.ed tha rs-.e o' her Sunday school class at the Methodist nirsor.age Friday evening. June 26. The occasion, ivaa in honor at tha birthdays of Pnrcis Hyan ani John Beschle, members ""Tne evening was spent in a social time, a f f r wMch refreshments consisting of * CG cream and cake, which was served by the Those present were Joan Beschle, Francis Began Earl Merns, Fred Plurnmer and Pa E^ERTAix5 FORTNIGHTLY CLUB. The members of the Fortnightly club were entertained by MrÂ« Homer Andrews at her r-oire in Walker. There waÂ« a good attendance with seicral visitors present Miss L'lile Draper favored the club with a recitation n h i c h was very much appreciated, after which refreshments were served by tue " Mr and "Mrs Otto Vollmer and Miss Bell Â·SVentherford were shopping In Decatur Sat- U ~M!3S Almeda Culbertson waÂ« the gueet ol relatives in Decatur Saturday J x Allen, of Wlnnetka was the guest of Mrs Boren and daughters In this city Saturday and Sunday Mrs Lulu Qulr.n. ol Decatur was the guest of her parents, Mr and Mrs Dan Kalips, Fr -lf- aV kn4 Mrs. Fred Kraschel returned to the!-'home in this city Frldav eveninar,after spending several weeks in Iowa, the guests of their sons. Melvin and Nelson Krasche 1 , a^thelr _ "r,^ ^ t a Decamr vlsltor "MM. I* H Woodcock and son, H. R ^Â°Â°}~ cock. attended the funeral of the formers niece In Sadoras Friday Thomas Pollc was a Decatur visitor Sat- Miss Lorens, Easley left Saturday for Van- ilia to spend a few weeks. Ethel, the little daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. F" E. n orton spent Saturday and Sunday with relitlvs In Lincoln. ,,,,,,,Â« Mr and Mrs. Jloma were Decatur visitors "irs art Hayes ani children of Moweao.ua were toe guests of the former B sister. Sirs. William Smith, and family, Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Chester Giles and children, C/yde, Merle. Mildred and Maud, of Moweaqua, were the guests of Thomas Polk and ta Mr ly a S nd'" ! MrV J.sse Patterson, of Decatur, were the guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Patterion, ans( fam- ^Jr U and *Mrs Grover Burton and children ere' Decatur visitors Saturday. Mr and Mrs. James Duggan and little daughter, Margaret, were thÂ» guests of !ur. and Mrs. J. Carroll, of this city, Sunday Mr and Mrs Oscar Bromley and daughters spent Sunday In Decatur. the guests of relatives ' Miss IrÂ«nÂ« Overlln. of Decatur. was the guest of William Overlln and family Sunday. Vrs H French attended the wedding of Miss Lalah Rudle at Decatur Thursday. Mrs Charles French and, ol Decatur, and iern Doyle, of LaFayette. Ind . are the guests of Mr and Mrs. H. French this week Mr ' and Mrs. Bert Pumphrey. of Harristown', were tha guests of William McQ.ua!- Ity ana family of this city last week Mrs H. Jostes was shopping in Decatur M ArtrSr Wilson, of Chicago, spent Monday In Macon. calling on friends. He left Tuesday for Pana. where he played ball. The Chicago team played the Pana. team. WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT. Word was received here Monday the an- "ouncement of the marriage of W. H Ball, o ' t l u k a , to Miss Myrtle Evelyn Martin of Gorevllle. June 7. Mr. and Mrs Ball will be nt home to their friends In Chicago after Mr Ball has many friends In this city, he being principal of tha Macon High school for the past two years Mrs. R. B. Andrews was shopping in Decatur Monday. Ben DIHehiint, of Texas, who Is visiting his brother. Bert Dlllehunt. and family, near Blue Mound, was calling on friends In Macon Eunics Wise spent Sunday and Monday in Decatur, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Arch Mr and Mrs Welghly spent Sunday with friends in Mt Zion. Mr Scroggln gave a very Interesting afl- dre-s upon the anti-saloon subject at the Presbyterian church Sunday e\ening, which was much appreciated bv those present. The Saturday Afternoon club was very pleasantly entertained Saturday afternoon by Mrs Otto Tietze at her home In the north part of the cltv The ladles spent the ,ifte-- noon in a social time, after which refreshments were served by the hostess. TOP members present were as follows- Mrs Fred Towson, Mrs Karl Hoover, Mrs. Gus Xellar, Mrs A A Anderson. Mrs. FianH Hoover, Mrs William Patterson, Mrs. Hubbart, Sirs T I Lebo Mrs W. C Cheynowelh, Mr: Walter Balrd, Mrs Gertrude Wagoner, Mrs. Mrs Godwin and Miss Elsie Anderson The visitors were Mrs. Dora Diddle, of Florida: Miss Mary Ande-son. of Jacksonville, and Miss Nellie Patterson and Mrs Wjl 1 """ Nevsham, af this city. The club will not meet during the months of July nnd August, but will meet again at regular time in Sep- for Wapella, after spending **w*l weeks with her sister. Mrs William Smith. . Mrs S. J. Lawley was a Decatur visitor Mr. and Mrs Rob Patterson and daughter, Marie, of Decatur, visited relatives in Macon Sunday. Mrs. William Banta, ot Greenwood, Ind , Is visiting in thtt city, the guest of her sister-in-law. Mrs. O. H. Draper. POTIBV "Psrr nt A r p o n t a . Ifi Visiting h nd left leaving for California. ,, . . Mr. and Mrs Homer Andrews and daughter, Marguerite, of Walker, were the guests of relatives in Macon Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Frank Ellerlck entertained to dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs William Penny and son, Gerald, Mr. and Mrs Homer Fry. Mr and Mrs Charles Irwln and daughter, Pauline, all of whom live west of the city. Mr and Mrs. George McQuallty and family were the guests of Mrs. C. B. Meyers In Decatur Saturday The Mandolin club furnished the music at the dance given at the home of Lewis Hogerman, near this city, Saturday night. A large crowd was in attendance. Emory McQualltv and family of Moweaqua, motored to Macon Sunday In their new James Copsy and family were tha guests of Jack Payne and family Sunday. Mrs Arch Hlse and eon. Lynn, of Decatur, are \Isltlng relatives In Macon this week. William Llndley was a. business visitor in Jerry Littleton'and family, of Blue Mound, were the guests ot D. Harper and family, south of town. Sunday. Miss Velma Durr Is the guest of Miss Leona Eutman, of near Blue Mound, this week. Miss Esther Mathlas. of this city, and Mil* Flossie Littleton of Blue Mound, were the guests of Miss Vesta. Merrls Sunday William 'Mathlas purchased the restaurant which was formerly owned by William Blanchard, of Decatur, and took possession E Mr" A W. Stout, of Vandalia, was a business visitor In Macon Tuesday Mr and Mrs H C Doolen and daughters. Mildred and Margaret, were Decatur visitors Tl Eari a! ilerrls. Is visiting at the home of Mr. nml Mrs Jerry Littleton, near Blue Mound, '"Mrs^W.' R Woodcock Is visiting relative! in Oconee this week Mrs. Ashcraft and Mrs Llghthiscr were shopping In Decatur Tuesday Gladys and Margaret Cheynoweth were Decatur visitors Tuesday. McKIXLEY TO LECTORS W B McKinley will give a lecture on nls tou- around the world and also will g.ve BteroÂ«cope pictures illustrating his lecture, Tiipsclnv evening, on the lawn at the Methodist church Mri Oril Shaw was shopping In Decatur T h o = e ' f r o m this citv who attended the hall pramp In Fana Tuesday were H. R CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. Tiie Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature cf i Woodcock. Frmnlt Hoover, Ed Carr, O. B. Dagsett, Walter Bxlrd, George Gardner. E. L William Schyler. John Connthwait, Rives Woodcock, Henry Phillips. Harry Cook, Cr. Miller, Oran Cook and George Jacobs. Miss Mayme Combi, of, Decatur, Â«pent Tuesday and Wednesday In Macon, ths guest of her grandmother, Mrs. J. J. Combs. Mr and Mrs Fred Hastings nd children, of Boody. wÂ«rÂ« thÂ« guest* ot Henry Temper and family Sunday. Miss Opha Blair returned home Tuesday, after spending several weeks In Flndlay. Pete Blair is on the sick list. Mrs. Dan Kalip* and Mrs. Galloway .pent Tuesday In Boody, the juests of the former's daughter. Mrs. Thomas, Gerber. and faml y. Mr. and Mrs. George McQuallty and children were thÂ« guests of relatives In Harrls- t0 John" J Van y ' Gundy and family wilt leave soon for California, where they expect to spend some time in touring They will remain all summer and perhaps all winter. Mr. Van Gundy purchased Â«. new ^fWf. 1 ' JJJ" fries auto ana had It shipped to California,, In which he expects to travel alter reaching '"llri. Lillian Montgomery wa. a. Decatur "TO SAVE EYES IS THE OBJECT OP THIS FREE PRESCRIPTION--TRY IT IF VOUR EYES GIVE YOU TROUBLE. Thousand* of people *olfer from eye trouble* beeanae they do not "now what to do. They know *ome good home remedy tor every otter minor all- meat, but none lor their eye trouble*. They neglect their eye*, besanse the trouble 1* not sufficient to drive them to an eye *pedaH*t, who would, anr- way, charge them a heavy fee. Aa a la*t re*ort they go to an optician or to the five and ten-eont *tore, and often-time* get"Â«la*Â«eÂ« that they do not Â«eed, or which, after beins u*ed two or three month*, do their eye* more Injury thnn good. Here I* a simple prescription that every one Â»houÂ« met 5 grain* Optona (1 tablet). 2 ounce* water. *e three or four time* a day to bathe the eye*. Th!Â« prescription and the Â·Imple Optona *yÂ»tem keep* the eye* clean, *harpen* the vMlon and unlckly overcomes Inflammation nnd Irritation) weak, watery, overworked, tired eye* and other similar trouble* are greatly benefited and often-tlmes cured by It* me. Many report* show that wearer* of glasses have discarded them after a few weeks' use. It la ftood for the eye* and contain* no Ingredient wblch wonld Injure the mo*t sensitive eyes ot an Infant or the aged. The Decatur Drag Co. or any druggist can till h!Â«. prescription promptly. Try It and know for once what real eye comfort 1*. Scovill Co. Scovill Co. I Friday Specials Open Until 10 O'clock Friday Closed All Day Saiurday Croquet Sets Get a croquet set and let yourself and fam- ly enjoy the 4th. C9 9R 3.00 set. special wa-.a-w Traveling bags for your 51.50 BACHMAN BUILDING-NORTH MAIN AND PRAIRIE AVENUE. STORE CLOSES EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON IN JULY AND AUGUST Opening Of July Clearance Sale As a special inducement to bring you into the store Friday and Friday night until nine o'clock, we shall open our Annual My Clearance Sale Friday morning, My 3, with a number of very unusual bargains, some of which we quote below: special reductions: The Store Will Be Closed All Day Saturday, Account of the Fourth, Bat WillBe Open Friday Night Until 9 O'Clock Solid Oak Swing 4 ft. solid oak swing, well braced, shaped seat CO "JC and back Â«?a..lÂ» Jaunting Carts Get a jaunting cart for the baby Â«nd you won't be bothered by carrying him all day the 4th. CJÂ» Â«R Special price *a..a.Â» Hammocks They are mighty nice to lounge around in. Hammock C1 CQ like cut Â»lsÂ«*v Others as Â«7 KQ high as Â«FI.Â»W CLEARANCE SACRIFICES in TtUMMINGS and ART NEEDLEWORK About three dozen Tango Ties in the latest colorings, regularly priced at 49c, for eadh Embroidered AUovers, in small designs. A regular 49c value of which we have about QQ/Â» 25 yards to clear today at yard OJ/I^ Rosebud Trimming, about 50 yards regu- -J A _ larly priced at 15c, for yard iUi/ Picnic and Porch Pillows. Three dozen of them 15 inches square and with a 5-inch ruffle. Specially reduced for Friday, to 20." clear, to each. Dainty Boudoir Rolls, 20 inches long, ribbon trimmed in pink and blue. A regular ?1.49 value wh'ch we have reduced for Friday, QfÂ» to clear, at each OÂ«/V/ Japanese Kimona Cloth, regularly worth $1.59 per roll of ten yards, we have re- dÂ»-| OC duced to clear to yard Â«P-!.Â·Â«Â·Â·Â·-/ Picnic baskets, special Friday ... Lemonade glasses, special Friday .... 7c Freezers Ice cream freezers. Make your own cream for the 4th. J-qt. freezer, 69 C special Water special Friday 3|JCt-lal .....^. Water coolers, $225 Scovill Co. Two Clearance Specials in Knitwear Men's Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers. Shirts with either long or short sleeves, Drawers ankle length. These are all well-made ~t Q- 25c garments which we offer to close at garment J.Â«/^ Ladies' Black Cotton Hose with extra finish double toes and heels; excellent wearing quality, reduced to clear to two pairs for Fourth of July Decorations Friday will be your last opportunity to buy Flags and Bunting for the Fourth. We have all sizes, styles and qualities, .at the lowest possible prices. Clearance Reductions in Silks and Dress Goods Foulard Silks at 59c. A nice line, mostly in blues, of the famous Cheney Bros.' Shower-proof Foulards, the best fabric made for general gQ/Â» wear, reduced to clear to yard 85c and Â· v _ 24-inch Poplins at 39c. Silk Poplins in plain colors, excellent for either dresses or waists. A regular 50c value eJt/C reduced for clearance to yard * ' French Challis at 39c. Beautiful imported Challis, strictly all-wool, in the newest colors and patterns, qualities thafrare sold every- 39C where for 50c, reduced to clear to yard Â· Â· Â·' LADIES THINK of the convenience and comfort of an electric iron these hot days--no heat from the stove, no changing irons, You can iron 60 minutes out of each hour with an electric iron, We have General Electric, Westinghouse and Hot Point irons, Decatur Railway Light Co. 114 East William. Bell Phone 1. Auto 1187. IN Â£V SPA PERI N E W S P A P E R !
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