The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 2, 1914 · Page 11
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The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 11

Decatur, Illinois
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Thursday, July 2, 1914
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Thursday Evening, July 2, 1914. THE DECATUR REVIEW Pap E!«r«Bi Only a few more days of I the big MANUFACTURERS 433 NORTH WATER ST. The room formerly occupied by Alice E. Russell. Open evenings until 8:30 It is the most sensational money saving event ever presented to the buying public. Clothing, shoes, hats and furnishings for men and young men at an actual saving of 33%. Men's suits in splendid assortments of nobby effects in light and dark shades, equal to those sold in any store at $4.95 M I I L II1UUC. $7.25 S9.65 312.50; our price only...' Men's finely made and trimmed suits. »s the most fastidious dresser would desire, a big selection of handsome new patterns, the equal of any gla.OO suit made, sale price only 200 men's suits; these represent the products of the world's celebrated looms. Every suit is strictly hand tailored in the newest models snch as you have to pay at least 418.00 for. at any store- price 100 men's suits of blue, brown, plain grevs, such as you would have to pay at least 820 lo $22.59 for--our C1 O "JC price 91C.I9 .'.Jen's rain coats, worth at this sale. CO AR price Wfc.^W Men's good work pants, strong nnd durable, sold even-where at x].;,() and $1.25. sale price Snly Men's fine pants, perfect tailoring and fit. wide range of patterns, closing 9BC out price WWW Men's fine trousers for dress wear, all the latest C1 QC styles, only » l . 3 3 AH our ?4.00 and $4.50 trousers-Si;?:TM $2.65 Gents' Furnishing Bargains white and 3c red, Handkerchiefs, blue, said price at Men's values go at Men's work socks-sale price at fine handkerchiefs--15c 6c 56 Men's fine hose, in black and tan--sale price Men's 50c suspenders, for 15r Triangle 4-ply linen collars go at 19c 9c Best work and dress shirts on earth, sale price at Men's dress shirts in well known brands, worth $1.25 and ?1.5Q. sale price One lot men's underwear, special for this sale. 1 8C a Rarrnent ................ I Wl» Men's union suits in halbriRRan. short and long sleeves, 75c values Men's «nd hoy«' Spring caps in all colors; 35c to SOc 1 fift values go »t ............... I v!» Men's and boys* high-Rrnde caps in all wool serges and fancv mixtures in the new shapes-- 75c to $1.00 values All {1.50 and f2.00 hats shapes and styles, for All C2.50 hats. for this sale... in all SI .48 Men's overalls. SOc and T5c values go at . PICNIC PARTY FOR CAPLINGER FAMILY Meron People Honor Neighbors Who ore SOOK to Move Array. Maroa, July 2.--Several Maroa people went to Salt Creek ilonday afternon for a picnic supper. The affair was given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Caplinser, who will soon leave for their new home in Beardatown, where Mr. Caplinger will establish an undertaking parlor. Those who went to Salt Creek in- i ludecl: Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Caplinger ;!nd children, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Allsup, .Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hendrix, Mr. and Mrs. i-avld Wellepp, Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Wi- iioff. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Jump, Mr. and .Mrs. H. P Harpstrite, Mr and Mrs. J. A. itimiett. Mrs. Ollie Smith, and Mrs. Nel;;, Rodgers of Decatur, The trip was made In automobiles : ncl all enjoyed the evening but regret : the departure of Mr. and Mrs. Caplinger. BAND TO PLAY AT WELDON. The members of Conover's Military band have been engaged by Weld on to furnish music there the Fourth of July and will make the trip in automobiles. C. E. ELECTION. The Christian Endeavor society of the Christian-church held their election of officers Sunday evening 1 as follows: President--Harry Masterson. Vice-president--Clarence Heaton. Treasurer--Harry Andes. Secretary--Ima Irvin. Pianist--Maud Davis. Assistant pianist--Pearl Smith. About twenty-five were present at the meeting- Sunday evening and a picture was taken of the group. The Endeavor meets each Sunday evening at C:30. ' Mrs. Mary Vernon's. Sunday school class of the Christian church held Its annual election of officers Sunday morning. President--Mrs. Vesper Ross. Vice-president--John Miller. Secretary--Alma Spreckiemyer. Assistant--Russell Judd. Treasurer--Opal Huklll. Assistant--Velma Davis. The Masonic lodge confered the third degree on "W. E. Amour, I. T. S. station agent, Tuesday night. There was a large attendance, Decatur, Cisco, Kenney and Argent a all being r e p r e s e n t e d by several members. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lansing and children, Bertha and William, from Decatur, were guests of Mr. and Mrs Alec \Vuldows Sunday. Dan Lawrence, from near Warrens- bur?, motored to Maroa Tuesday and visited friends. R u t h Kennedy will r e t u r n to the MilHkin home in Decatur the latter p,i rt nf t h i s week after a visit w i t h her s i s t e r . Mrs. Ray Stouten hero ugh, Mrs. C. C, Crandall is on the sick list. Mrs. OHie Robinson and daughter. Miss K ' h e l , of "U'arrensburp, spent las! wer-k w i t h the former'? sisters, Mrs. L. J. Purdom, Mrs. XV. D. Smart and Mrs. Cordell Funk. Mrs. John Barger and daughter. Thera, r e t u r n e d home Saturday after p a ? ? i n g a couple of weeks in Windsor w i t h the former's sister, Mt?s E t o l l e Deacon left Tuesday m o r n i n g for Loamf, 111., to spend the summer. Mrs. Harvey Emery returned to her h o m o in F p n n g f t e l d S u n d a y a f t e r two w e e k s here "with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Elliott James. Mrs. Lucy Ewiivg and daughter, R'lth. departed S a t u r d a y for Infllan- n p c M i p . Ind.. to spend a couule of months with her son, Ernest. Bernard KeatU of this city has been employed by Mrs. Henry Mueller In Decatur as chauffeur. Miss Esther Bean has returned hom*2 from a visit in Taylorville with relatives. She expects to leave July 10 to spend the summer In Richford and Brldport. Vt. Miss Bean is the bookkeeper for the Maroa, Mutual Telephone company and will be relieved during her absence by Miss Ella Shields. Miss Bean has been a "hello" girl for the past ten years. An automobile load of "Weldon citizens -were In Maroa Tuesday boosting their Fourth of July celebration. Roy Moyer, living half a mile south of town, is threshing his wheat. The quality is gpod and the yield is about twenty-five bushels an acre. John Ward, a farmer living southwest of town, delivered six wagon- loads of hogs to the local market Monday with hi£ new gas tractor. Attorney B. F. Shipley, J. Crocker, Charles AVelge, Supervisor George Austin and C. D. Kowlin were In Decatur Tuesday to attend the funeral services of Judge W. C. Johns. Mr. and Mrs. Llndley H u f f and Miss E d i t h Schenck were in Decatur Tuesday evening at the Duerr-£andlin wedding. W. S. Ames spent last week In the northern part of the state at his farm. Mrs. James G. Parker and son, John G r a y , from Decatur, are visiting relatives here. Mrs. James Worsham Is in Chicago. B. F. Caplinger left Wednesday for Beardstown where he has an under- t a k i n g establishment. Russell Judd and family moved Wednesday from Mrs. Bertha Rainey's property to the house vacated by B. F. Caplinger and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Dill and son, Lyle. spent Saturday and Sunday in Decatur w i t h Mr. and Mrs. William -Curtis and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Funk entertained at dinner Sunday Sir. and Mrs. L, J. Purdom and daughter, Vira, Mr. and Mrs. W. D, Smart ond daughters, Jean and Nelrla, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Robinson and daughter, Ethel, from Warrensburg. Lewis Trummel, a f a r m e r living southwest of town, has purchased a new piano of the Emerson Piano company in Decatur. Samuel Byerly, the aged man who was killed in K e n n e y Tuesday by the southbound Daylight special, Is the f a t h e r of Mrs. W. G. f I r w l n and Mrs. D, F. Gordon, of Maroa. Hogan will leave next Sunday for Kelly Lake, Wis., for ft three weeks' stay. MORRISONVILLE WILL FILED. The will of the late Prank Strablow of Morrlsonville, filed for probate in the County court Wednesday, rlvea the fEtmlly residence to his widow for life, then to the children, five In number. The children are to have the balance of his real estate and personal property now. A son, James, la made the executor. FINDLAY. Mrs. W. W. Harbert has about recovered from an attack of Illness. Mrs. Roy Hartman went to Sullivan laflt J. E. Rhea IB taking hla vacation this week from route 2. Mieses BSanche Coventry and Ollle Webb visited with Mrs. Worley and Blanche last Sunday evening. Miss Blanche Coventry spent one day last we^k with her cousin, MlBjj Freda. Coventry. Miss Roxey Yencer. of Shelbyvllle, spent one day last week with her sister, Mrs.. C. Rose Splcer and wife end Frank Willis and wife motored to the river one day last F "Weathers and family and Dick Enoch and wife and Frank "Wlill» and family went to the river last Sunday. Miss Hazel "vVebb, o£ Villa Grove, spent Sunday w i t h her parent*, Mr. and Mrs. \V. Miss Sybil Doyle partly dislocated her knee joint Friday evening, while trying to climb a high porch. Miss Nichols, of Assumption, Is visiting Arch and John Atkinson and family this week John Underwood has moved from Shelby- vllle to the home of his brother, Jerry, and a O E Stumpf returned last week from a week's* fishing trip with C. A. Tucker, of Urbana on the Illinois river. Miss " Lois Melcher entertained Misses R u t h Kcnner and Ruth Yantls. of XJrbana, Warren'Green and wife, of Charleston, visited in the homes of the latter'6 brothers. Homer and Charles Hott. Monday. Miss Odell Brockenridge left Monday for Charleston to attend the Eastern Illinois State Normal, Mrs Sidney Calvert and son left Saturday for their home in Denver, Colo. I C Barnes and family, of Sullivan, visited w i t h TV S. Clay nnrt wli gnTvlav. Nervous Debility "I TELL YOU IT CAN BE CURED." TAYLORVILLE. Mr?. B. H. Hailey, of Falmnr. whos- death omirrt-d last Friday, w r M e her ohiuiary find also selected tha hymns she \vanti-U im choir to sing at her Deceased ma Of thc-so pi'ejinratlons about two mouths toe 1 fore she di*cl. A br;ikeman on out- oT the B. O. t r a i n s saU "\Vt.,3nesilay th:it h« saw P.ob?rt Filson, the missing assistant U. £. express ap'-nt. ai Flor.T on M"inl:'.v cf t h i s \vpek. nn«l s-'.iid Filson was visiting tW;v-. Ho l.-ft h-:rp mvpUTinusly about three weeks apo w i t h o u t rrny n p p a r f n t reason. an1 Mr? FilFon has be^n expe'-tin? him back e v e r y clay. W. J-"! Wood nnd son receiv.;i a car of Maxwel! s Tue^ilny, on* for T,evi M u r r n v ami one for R. F. Com best, of Fan » , and t h e others to carry In s'o^k Mrs. Charles E. Davidson, of Si. Louis. W H F the guest oC M!."s Ccl^'-stjme Carter Wednes- dav. ivhil? en ron? to P h i ^ a c n Mrs, Harry Hogan find chlMren. of In.1l- anapoliF, l e f t Tnr-sdnv morning for a visit In St. Louis before t h e i r return to Ir.cllarm. "While here sht* ivis the fiest of her mother. Mrs. George Gnifl! Mrs M E. Workman, who h:i? hr-en th* guest of IIT sifter. Mr*. T. H i l l . V f t \Vf-t1nc-?- day morning for her home in V i l l a drove. Sirs. John H, who hns heen vis- i t i n g nenr Morrison v,!i'-. returned to her home in S p r i n g f i e l d T\'c«lr t p£day. Miss Blanch.- Sccrost an.! Mi." ririrfl Om- erforrl, of Miliersvil!"?, were Toy!orvi:ie shpr- pers "Wednesday. Mr n n d M r s . F. R. TVrirht n rri M r c i l i l h All run down, tired out, nerves shattered,.no life, no energy, no vitality, de^ pressed, easily fatigued. despondent, DOWN" and OfT, like 00 many other men and women? Why don't you use Wade's GOLDEN" NERVINE? It has brought relief to thousands and restores strength and health in a marvelous way. It is DIFFERENT from anything else. Contains no alcohol, morphine or any other narcotic. ACCEPT NO SVBST1TUTE. If YOUR, druggist will not order it for. you, It will lo mailed on receipt of ft by Gem Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo. For nervous debility, insomnia, -weak heart and a ma-down system it Is the ONE dependable remedy. Results aro prompt and t permanent. A few doses make you feel LIKB NEW. It has no equal as a restorative Ionic for men and women. A trial convinces." 5 Wade's GOLDEN NERVINE is sold in this city by. Thf. Tlprattir Drug Co.. Dernliir. 111. Suit cas»s. regular ?1.25 and ?1.50 values go »t .......... -. If yon ralne money don't miss thl| blf «ale. LOOK FOR OUR BIG SIGN It will direct yon to oar store. 433 NORTH WATER ST. Decatur, Illinois. We Apply Rubber Tires. Wheels called for and delivered. Special Vehicles Delivered by Auto, any Place-Free. 2O DISCOUNT ONE-FIFTH OFF ON ALL - ,*- /,TC ·-, / ,' 7 //i x "-.. / \ / ff\\ ~ -^ i \/ $165 Phaeton Now $132 Our Vehicles are of the highest grade on the market, made by Connersville, Moyer, Peters, Seidel, Union City, Enterprise, Davis, Brown and others too numerous to mention. We have all the latest styles and novelties. Our stock is complete. Our harness department is the best in central Illinois. .We make our own harness and guarantee both quality and price. REMEMBER -- ' WE PUT ON RUBBER TIRES. COME AND SEE. J. G.STARR SON Lincoln Square-- Estab. 1856. DECATUR, ILLINOIS. FIVE DAUGHTERS HIS "AD" FOR FARMHANDS Jieliruikan Get* Harvester* with Offer of Marriage*, bat the Girls B»lk. Giltner, Net., July 2.--Ambrose Huntlngton, a farmer residing west of this town, last week posted the following sign along: a highway In front of his home: "I need five harvest hands for more than a month. Wages, $3 per day; chicken once §. Uy. washing 1 , mending and a bad 'In th« haymow. Every worthy young man hired will have a chance to marry one of my pretty five daughter!. If h» wlni one of them he greti 160 acre* of land thrown in. But he'« got to make good In more ways than one." Huntlngton had more than fifty applicants. The five lucky ones are hard at work In the wheat fields today. However, they are far from happy, for It became known that the five daughters, ranging from eighteen to twenty- six years old, are planning to depart In a day or two for an extended tummer vacation in New England. OPEN STATE AID ROADS BIDS Snrlnglleld.--Bids were op«ne4 tr the Illinott Highway Commission ywterflay at the offlcs in htls city for th« conitructlon of state aid roadg In a mean of countlei. In the numbenof fet of row to built In Iroquols county head« the list with 2«,206 feet, vermilion county, with three into of brick pavement to be constructed thi» summer, leads In the cost of the proposed Improvement, which Is estimated at $4R.03n. WOMEN'S AND MISSES' OUTER GARMENTS Choice of 100 washable dresses in gingham, percale and striped lawns. Several new models have been added for Friday and Sat-" nrdav. Jnlv Clearance. ..., A small lot of white and colored dresses, consisting of crepes, lawns, voiles and linger- ies. These dresses are slightly soiled and formerly sold as high as $10.00; for Friday and Saturday ..; Extraordinary values in lawn, crepe, ratine, gingham and white lingerie dresses. This is a mixed ! lot of dresses that have been sell- in up to $20; Friday and Saturday.. Your choice of about 75 beautiful dress skirts, the season's newest models, in mixtures, novelties, French serges and silk moire; garments sold up to $12.98; special July Clearance price 15 dozen white lawn waists, low necks and short sleeves, lace and embroidery trimmed. $1.00 value. Friday and Saturday .special S9c Xew Russian tunic dresses in black or blue awning striped lawns. Several styles, some with pleated tunics, others with the plain tunics. Special for Saturday Pure silk petticoats, all colors, pleated or plain flounces, petticoats that were sold up to $3.00. Special for Friday and Saturdav : . : Store Open Friday Evening and Closed All Day Saturday STENOGRAPHERS should take care of their eyes because t h e i r livelihood depends upon t h e i r being 1 able vo use their eyes steadily. Eminent authorities agree t h a t eye strain Is the root of many nervous troubles. Proper glasses will stop headaches and prevent f u t u r e trouble. TVe are thoroughly equipped to examine your eyes and grind proper glasses. Twenty years experience in 5ust this kinrt of work. D WILLIAMS ··· PTDMETHiSf OPTICIAN. · Opposite Millikin Bank. 107 N. Water St. I l i l i l l l i i l l l l l l l l l ! irm nm m mm-. -E X eTe Kata8«o-eic etc tfcv 'AnoeeyatMciiv Tpd- o v i -- 'Eiv Kdunts «a\ ti Stfo elaSe naJ.Sc ^ n - ·: o- (a C, yepav txvi vl y.K S^vaaBe v xdjmTe otitt T.6 Sv oftte T6 ..0. toOto ; 6iJva06s vA einnte «n5te ti j(pAuat*~eic tfcv TpdneCav» Git ngxovto etc goAGeidv mc. 'Av 3 0)0 tiSxov twv The National Bank of Decatur.

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