The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 2, 1914 · Page 3
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The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 3

Decatur, Illinois
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Thursday, July 2, 1914
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Thursday Evening, July 2, 1914. THE'DECATTJR REVIEW PAg«TKl«i Harry Griefer Victim of Stove Explosion. 1 ~" T Sullivan, July 2--Harry Griefer, can (fly maker for Kay D. Meeker at th* (Candy Kitchen, met with a painful ac- fcident Wednesday afternoon about 2:3C pvhen the gasoline stove explodcc {While he was m a k i n g a large cand lAmerican flag for one of the show pk'Indows. His right arm was badly frurned and his h a i r slightly scorched [but otherwise he was uninjured. A f t e r he had been burned in this tnanrier he rushed across the street to the court house yard after a bucket of pvater to put out the By this t i m e Assistance had arrived and before the lire d e p a r t m e n t could get there the lire was put out w i t h buckets of water. Mr. Griefer had made a candy 'American flag for t l i ^ west show w i n - dow in the randy kitchen and had acc i d e n t a l l y broken p a r t of it and had started to repair the broken place in the flag wh'en the stove exploded. OXE EXPKESS OFFICE ONLY. A g e n t Dearth who has had charge * the American and Wells Fargo Ex- pi ess company here, now has charge of the express for the entire city. This c h a n g e was made Wednesday, the first rf the m o n t h , when the United States Express company w e n t out of business end t h e \Vels Fargo company took t h e m over. As soon a? Mr. Dearth can pick up n d r i v e r he will do only the agent's work and will he in the o f f i c e all of the time so t h a t it will make it m u c h better for the p a t r o n s of the office t h a n before, as in the past people ;v\ho had to go to the o f f i c e for t h e i r express had to watch .for a chnnce to catch him there. This will also move t h e o f f i c e a w a y from t h e C h l c n g n a n d Eastern Illinois railroad depot a n d the express from all t h r e e roads will be h a n d l e d f r o m the same o f f i c e up town. DR. Bl'SHART HOME. Dr. E. E B u s h a r t has just arrived ·home f i o m Chicago where he has been for t h ^ past several days a t t e n d i n g the Inter n a t i o n a l S ' l n d a y School con- v e n t i o n which was held there. Dr. B u s h a r t went as a delegate f r o m t h i s «hstrict and a t t e n d e d the state con- v e n t i o n before the International con- t e n t i o n started. The work on the p a v e m e n t on N o r t h J!urket s t r e e t is coming a'.ong nicely, the work of finishing- t h c g t a r l e ready for the concrete bed was s t a r t e d from the north end and is d o n e a b o u t h a l f yf-'ay do w n and Mr. lla rshm an said ^Wednesday t h a t he t h o u g h t be could commence the work of l a y i n g t h e con- jcrete in a n o t h e r week. ONLY CELEBRATION" AT PIFER'S. Guy P i f e r will have the only celebration this year which w i l l be h a n d y to the people of S u l l i v a n and surrounding country. Mr. Pifer lias made ar- rancenu-rts for a ceU-'bration at his park this year and is providing for a r.umher of a m u s e m e n t s for the day so t ^ a t people can go to the park and spend the clay. The C. W. E, M. of thp Christian C h u r c h will hold t h t n r r e g u l a r m e e t i n g at the home of Mrs. T,. B. Pcroggins on ,A\''-.--t H a r r i s o n street Friday a f t e r n o o n oi 3 o'clock. Mrs. J. F. Lawson and little daugh- t . r arrived home from Gays Wednes- d a y evening, where she h a d been for B viMt w i t h her parents, Dr. D. D. C: -rt-r and wife. Mrs. Fred Tip ton r e t u r n e d to her Ji.-me in G i r a r d Thursday m o r n i n g after a visit here w i t h her parents, Mr. if ford. W. BUSH BURIED AT MONTICELLO Waa Victim of Con»umption 'jojid Died In Arkansas. Monticello, July 2 -- William Bash, formerly of this city, died Tuesday evening at Bentonville, Ark., where he had gone about threa months ago for the benefit of his health. He was a victim of tuberculosis. The body arrived Thursday noon, and funeral services were held at the residence of his f a t h e r , Charles Bush at 2 o'clock Thursday a f t e r n r -n. Rev. A. B. Peck of the Methodist church officiating. Mr. Bush was a member of the Modern Woodmen lodge, and his body was acc o m p a n i e d here by a member of the Bentonville lodge. Mr. Bush is s u r - vived by his w i f e (by a second marriage) and his three sons. SMALL BOY DIES. The little four year old son of Mr. anil Mrs. Carl Eastman died Tuesday of d i p h t h e r i a . Interment was at Camp Creek cemetery Wednesday afternoon. HAS TYPHOID FEVER. Miss K t h e l Dante is ill with typhoid f e \ e r at the home of her brother, Harris D a n t e . A. F. Moore and family have re! t u r n e d from t h e i r trip to Quincy and o t h e r points. The d e w i n g Club met at the home of Ur:-. \V A. t-cott Thursday a f t e r n o o n . Mrs. H. P. Martin has gone to Deca- :ur to be the guest of Mrs. S. A, Hess "o ra few days. Miss Shirley Kreasan of Champaign s v i s i t i n g : her g r a n d m o t h e r , Mrs. J. M. Sender. F U N E R A L AT BEMENT. Funeral services of the late Super- isor B. L. Baker of Bement will be eld at t h e Methodist church in Bei r u t Friday afternoon at 2 30. Miss Iva Goretl r e t u r n e d home Tues- ijr evening from Minnesota where -·ie was called by the illness of her sis- · r, Mrs. Drew Secrist. Mrs. Ella M e r e d i t h of Oklahoma i ty, who has been here for the past :· x weeks, e x p e r t s to leave for home r about two weeks. LINN F. TINDER WEDS. Monticello f r . e n d s will be surprised t · learn of the marriage of Linn F. "i nder at Los Angeles, Cal., June 18th. I 1 · was united in marriage to Mrs. A ma Howlett Frey. Mr. T i n d e r is the P. :i of L. B. Tinder of t h i s c i t y nnel L* ^v up here. He is located at "Wills n g t o n . Cal., wiiere he is foreman o- a construction gang. \ V l l l i a m Shannon and wife moved V. -dncsday into the CahiU property, n ently occupied by Mrs. William Varn t \ ." :ss Bernice Hill spent Monday and Tues- d3 in Allerton. i o \ d Dubsoii and wife went to Mattoon W- 'n'fsd.T.- to make that city their home. · --j W i l ' i a m Markland was hostess to the R. · -fcahs Tuesday a f t e r n o o n . % r and Mrs Wl'.lard Harrington have m-' i-d into t b « Cloyd Pubson residence. I i i n beiz.m ' M l i n e h « ? r p I n t ^ T u e s d a y nljrht. then stopped, about 8:30 b«gan again anft has been falling: Btaadlly with prospects for an all-day rain. PERSONALS. Frank McKinney, who has been In the War- bash hospital, has recovered and Is at his home, 10US East Eldorado street. Mr. and Mrs. Guy E. Parkinson and Mrs. Emma Gowen. SOtJ Eeast Wood street, will spend Saturday w i t h Mrs. Joseph Gordon, of .Nlantic. Mrs. W. E. Pease, 735 West Packard etreet, is entertaining Margaret, Paul and Walter Pease, o£ the Soldiers' Home, of Normal, and Dorman Pease, of Pana. Mrs. F. Kepler and children. 1461 North Morgan street, will spend Saturday in Bement Mrs. Blanche Mowry. of Peoria, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, E. Ltnda- mood, 279 East Marietta street. Mrs. D. E. Fearing, 2010 North Lowber street, Is in Kansas for several weeks' visit Mrs. J. E Segrest and son. Howard, 2145 North 'Woodford street, are visiting In Penfield. Miss Hazel Linsman, of Monticello, is the guest of Mla Sylvia Plerson, 1I3S North Calhoun street. Mrs. C. L. Saylor and children, 93C West Packard street, left "Wednesday morning for Bethany to stay over the Fourth with relatives. Miss Eura Scott, of Clinton, IB the guest of Mrs T. C. Schudei. MS North Union street. to her home "Wednesday, aft«r a visit with Mrs W. E Peaae, 735 West Packard street. Mrs A C Eshelman, 738 Eait Center street, has returned fro a two weeks' visit la Bprlng- Mrs Margaret Powers has moved to her new home. 621 East Leafland avenue. Mr and Mrs. Robert Buoy and daughter, Doroty of Sadorus, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hitrar 'and daughter, Juanlta, of Mattoon, will snend the Fourth of July with Mr. and Mrs Henry Higar, 1385 North Illinois street. Mr and Mr! William Shln-y are visiting their' son. William Shlrey, ifi Lovington. Miss Marie -Cochran in visiting triends In ^Mi£Jes OI El!a Bad Nessie Foale, 1601 Bart William street, will spend the week-end In B M??s rt Ava. I Bowman is visiting relatives In M Mr a 'a.nd Mrs. Fred Kirk, 405 Eaat Marietta street, are visiting Mrs Kirk's mother in Mr e s da L R pS?n S ey a of Lo s Angeles, Cal.. Is visiting Mrs. Etta Downing. 11S1 West Ma- C °MrV re ida M. Jones and daughter. Miss Vivian 533 East Center street, are visiting relatives at Berry, New Conton and Jackson- ^UrVi Huffaker of Oconee, IB visiting her daughter: Mrf Harry Lilly, 504 Ea*t Center ^TLTr^umi Mrs J F. Eckert. 453 East Center street have "returned from a vacation t?I P to Crawfordsvllle. Ind.. and Milwaukee, O. E. S, Members at M"con. A few of the members of the Order of Eastern Star No. Ill spent the day Tuoisdav at the Eastern Star Home at Macon. Those In the party were the Worthy Matron Mrs. Newton Kellington, Mrs. G. E. Chamberlain, Mrs. Eliza Gibbons, Mrs. M. N. Shaw, Mrs. C. M. Fisher, Mrs. W, E. Montgomery, Mrs. John Evans and son, George Loring, and Mrs, Jennie Ackley of Pennsylvania, Mrs. Jennie Turpin, president of the home board, was also present. Mrs. Kelllngton and Mrs. Evans gave several readings during the afternoon. A del i g h t f u l day was reported by the women. PRAYER SERVICE CLOSES PICNIC The picnic of the congregation of the Second Presbyterian church at Fairview park Wednesday afternon and evening closed with the regular Wednesday evening prayer service. It "was held In the pavilion. Abner Shirk -with his cornet led the singing. Some games were held by the young people in the afternoon and a ball game waB played. Supper was served at 6:30 by groups. About 150 people were in attendance at the picnic. THIS VERY MORNING Over 100,000^1 Cupfuls of J ^.Americas (up ( ¥^\i *·--##--·- V^- r l ee cte enjoyed · i I I ' ** ' in I l l i n o i s Dr. B. L Maenithal Physician Dr. H. F. Armstrong Dentist Have opened their office at 245-249 N. Water St. Above Kaufman's Clothing Store. itivc Proof : -ll qpular ity and ^jial ity of this Beverage. GROCER COUPDH ADV PETWICE. A Broadside of Bargains For Friday--Last Day of Clearance Sale. Store Open Till 9 O'clock Friday Night Figured lawn dressing sacques in pink, blue, lavender and black; regular 35c to 50c values $2.00 Silk Waists S2.00 silk waists, finest quality pearl white, China and j»-| A A .Jap silk waists ............ tpl.l/U ' $5.00 Silk Waists $5.00 silk waists, crepe de chine, taffeta, messaline and Jap silk waists, lace trimmed, embroidered end plain '\ $3 Silk Underskirts $3.00 silk underskirts -- finest pure silk messaline, in the newest styles ........... Koyal Worcester corset, in very latest jnodel, extreme low bust, with free hip and long- skirt, 6 supporters. Special Children's Dresses Children's dresses of finest percale Kiedium and dark colors, 2 to 6 fear sizes; 50c values. . : . : '. . . $1.25 Underskirts S1.25 underskirts in all the new shades, 16-inch accordion pleated flounce quality, $1.69 in 100 dozen petticoats, black arid figured sateen Heatherbloom in blue, green, black and grey, chambrays and ginghams in plain colors and stripes, embroidered and tucked. These are exceptional bargains. Values up to $1.00. Clearance price Curtain scrim, 36 inches wide, white, cream and ecru Swisses' in dots and cross bars. 15c values. Clear- 1 A/» ance price, yard J.W/ House dresses and kimonos, light dark, all sizes, $1.50 and $2.00 values. Clearance price 25 bolts curtain scrim, figured centers, loc value. Clearance price 25 pieces lawn, neat little light patterns for those hot days to come. ~ Clearance price or On a counter near the elevator we have arranged an extraordinary large line of petticoats and aprons, fancy, plain, checks and stripes. Worth up to Of? ^ $1.00; Clearance price, choice.. £tlv Scotch ginghams, 50 or more patterns, regular 15c values. Clear- "I OP ance price, yard -LV/V 5 cases Red Seal 'gingham, everywhere a 12VC seller. Clearance price Boys' waists in light and dark colors, stripes and plain fast colors, 35c values. Clearance prtoe, each ' 27-inch percale, light or dark fast colors, lOc values. Clearance price Ladies' nurse stripe gingham house j dresses in all sizes, $1.00 value, /* D _ · Bargainland price ^rOv Misses' light checked and striped gingham and percale dresses, in CQp all colors. Special for tl«/v Ladies' house dresses in gingham and percale, in greys, blues, stripes and plain colors, 7Q/» '· $1.50 values · «/ ^ j Table Oil Cloth j Table oil cloth, best quality table oilj cloth, white 1 Oi/» and colored A" 2 V One lot of ladies' shadow lace waists, daintily trimmed in white and ecru, $3.50 and $4.00 I-| A A values. Special V -L.VfU American beauty corsets in the latest, models, with low and medium bust and long hips. Values P*Q/» up to $2.00 «JOC Ladies' cool, figured lawn dresses in all sizes, regular $LOO AQ/» and $1.25 values U«/V One lot of slightly soiled waists, in voiles, crepes and rice cloths, in latest styles; $1.00 to $2.00 values Sec Sign Covering FroBt ot Store. "Mid summer clearance New York shipments at 20 per cent to 60 per cent, discount." SALE 8 A. M.-- 9 P. M. Coats · · .................. »*· «o Suits ~ .................... W *« »**» Regular »S to 1ST values. Waists anr blouses ........ We to SUM Corsets .................. «8c to (MS The regular price If $1 to §6.00 Wash skirts ........... ;..»c to »t.«B Wool or silk skirts ...... W.»5 to »T.»8 Dresses W to (8.96, the regular pHc«B on these dresses are t to fll. Untrlmmed hats in black burned and colors ............................. "** Trimmed 91 to V1.5O Petticoats ................ «Be «o 'S A "FOURTH OF JULY" BARGAIN LIST At the New Store for Men A list of special values on sale, both tomorrow and all day the Fourth; as you can see, they're VERY special--really EXTRAORDINARY. Of course, we're offering them simply to induce you to come and get acquainted with this new store, but, as we sell GUARANTEED goods at lower prices than any other store, ALWAYS, it will be a profitable acquaintance for you. Here Are Men's $5 Pants Special A Pair Here's a chance to get a finely tailored high-class pair of pints, just in time to wear on the 4th. at » remarkable saving. They come in fine serges, worsted cas- simeres. etc. Very latest striped and plain patterns. Peg and straight-cut styles. Guaranteed $5 values, special, CO AO a pair *»fc«^«* $16 Blue Serge Suits $9.95 Why not blossom forth in a beautiful FIT-WELL blue serge suit oji the 4th. when a fine one costs so little here. These are fine imported weaves and with them are 200 elegantly tailored fancy suits in all the latest styles and most popular patterns. We have all sizes. They're suits worth regularly up to S16--special at, choice are *.uu civgaiiuj' $9.95 f1 men's overalls--guaranteed Burlington brand, a pair 69c men's overalls--also the Burlington brand. 39C n pair www 5flc chambray shirts--best 50c grade, extra 99 fi special for fc " w SI men's silk hats--very light, very stylish; 37C all sizes *"" lOc men's sox--in black and all colors--big CQ bargains **** S2 men's shoes--high and low--black and Cf Oft tan, .pair » I .WO 83 elkskin shoes, very soft and comfortable, C4 QO a pair 1^»O 82 men's shoes--Sclz Royal Blue--guaranteed. C9 Oft a pair WfciWW The Fit-Well CLOTHING COMPANY 145 North Water Street Climax Flour HAS STOOD THE TEST FOR FIFTY TEARS. TO PAY LBSS FOR YOUR FLOUR IS NOT EOtftfOJfiT AND TO FAY MORE IS NOT GOOD JUDGMENT. FOR SALE AND GUARANTEED BY ALL OROOER8. GIAPMAN-DOAKE CO, Distributors for Central Illinois. 1N.EWSPAPEM

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