# The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 2

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Decatur, Illinois
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Friday, July 3, 1914
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Page Two E D L i L R K L L W Friday Evening, July 3. 1914. PLEMIZENS File and Alexander Tear Up More Paving. Sh#lby\Ul* Ju property o w n * r i n s f o i n f l i M o n r i r Â« t s t r e e t v ^ -- Thf to th* on N o r t between W c f t i a n ^ "V\ M e t r c f t iiÂ» * n tt m#t by the removal of practica IV i I the pr*iÂ«nt f o u n d a t i o n and tbÂ« la\ ln(p of fresh conc-fte t h a t win m n form mrtrf r t d r l v to Hi r i m * , and r r - - t f | i t i v n A f t e r th (o n l a t TI Â« iÂ«. til n t h a t p i r n I!T Mr k n r u p l e A' w eki! ago i* l a i *"1 U c "' *1 l\ u r*v co"Tple had done in o t h ^ sections of the trÂ»Â»*t A f t e r ten d a Â» f*f w Â§ l t l r g it wan MI ) soft tn spMi a n d coti*.dÂ«rab]p of t h e Â·Â·mr'-ete Â« T *-emoved at v a r i o u s po ntt- File A A exandfM t*i ^ n n t r a " t c r Â» t h o u g h t th* ha IP Â«,* of he f m m d a t l m waÂ« UP to trad* b i t th* property "Â« n*rÂ«i M i l l h i e r t * - (* and demanded t h a t all nt tt ^f t o r n 5Jt a p ^ ^pl i e l \t A ftr'arem.* of the contra toi an property owner* Â· cojple o' ds.^ Â· ago !hÂ« former offered 'o a b i t r a t e the matter l e a ^ t n s t h e decision to a liÂ» infereffte^ person r'ther f r o m Shelb vl'I* or from ou*Â«id of t o w n T h i ? proposition ^Â»Â«B looked upon Â« I t h fa vor by pomÂ» of t h e p r o p e r t y owners hut others f t i l i held OUT for an e n t i r e nÂ«w foundation ao in t h e ntf"-^!* o' h a r r r o n v and w l f h a desire r n *,i\^ t h e People o f ^ h e l b y ^ i l l e w h i r t h e \ \ \ a n t the. contra-ctors wl 1 Â» i k Â« o u t t h e foundation and ls a nei\ one at ai additional exoense of a b o u t 'snf" ThÂ» trouble ovÂ«r t h i * section of t ^ p ^trent hia pravÂ«nte3 the rompletion ^* thÂ« work on Vnrth T\ f *t but the pa^e nsant has been c o n r ' u d e i on t h e w e s t *nd leaving: o r l v t h e gap between Wood and Will * t r e Â£ f Â« to be f i n i s h e d ThÂ» foundation has been laid for the Â· n t t r Â» three blorks on 1-oniK MrÂ«et an'J t Is read for t h d sand and brick The work on N o r t h Third street also is go ina; Â·Jon a; very e a f i s f a c t o r t l \ w * t h the 'oundatlon a most r n m Â» l e t e d *ind t h e brick laid f r o m i f * - * i Â« Â» r l a t Broad w a v thro igh t o Lore e f r e * - ? OL4SS DAY AT YALE. Old Graduates in Queer Costumes. I P 16 -was class day at Tale and the old graduates appeared at the baseball field In all sorts of picturesque T t n r e to see the Tale nine whip Harvard Some of them were dressed as members of a pack of cards, some on papier mache ponies gave a burlesque polo same Some wore sailor suits and some fez and baggy trous- ""Â·* B-innen w i t h inscriptions satirizing public affairs were carried ICE CREAM SOCIAL AT HARRISTOWN H*rrtÂ«town Juli d -- T f i * I 1 *aci*tr of t 1 ** eWihorttiT chu c M cream an* 4 akc i o n i g ^ r i t i 1 ^ 'o A l*etur^ wit^i m o v i n g r* ' r?* i g v^n Â«r t f f +n nÂ» p sr^ cl rt, ! *Â· R A I N AFPFI^^T A T r P ThÂ« rain Â«Â«r \ Tl f Â· t ne-t6i\ m ne r h Â« du*t and Â»Â« m u c h appre a *d *Â· y on* 1r tf ! gf-ni v an i f j V ^ ' 19 ih* hÂ»Â»t rain l h a f h*F f n er t n hn ^ram w h e r * it** v ill -^ ^ i - C-\ i of a t T h - f: anrt E ^ n a W k nÂ»nn f * - Â» wo#k T-'l th* ' a r n - r t-atffi * 1*1 f e 'I A ^ f l O E hnulÂ«3 and d* c r * d a ton Mlsa MaTt* A!lÂ«n rÂ»t -ntfl Â»-Â«k from T t M o r v i p *iÂ« g u f i t of f r endi Mli^ M t r l * J l r ^ l u r ^ hsr iliter Mrs * V a ' t # Mr and M r Â» Bobt- "anada, M *Â·Â«Â· H a r r i s IiÂ«catur Mr* N a t * n n rt ^n ir n in 1 N s ^ i M Â« M i "hi strt l * ' Mr rff \in Lc Â« Â» MrÂ§ M D T a m p * r t f Â« TÂ«iromÂ« ! \ r n a n Mr snd on o' fepringfi* d Mr and M r t i r r t M l M A f l C f t C o n n o y at \ n n e r Mri" T r t h n T Pa *r Â·Â·* a^d 1 of FJOC i *r !Â·Â·Â·* n(t Â· Mr- T T 1 k* H t r r v Rotx a n tomcbl f T *ift ^ t ! f Â» ^ o n B ^ Windsor Citizens Fined for Speeding Autos. M r Sarma i"M d r o' inrf M r s y E N Â« * Ben A i h S u n d a y d n u g h e r 'am ha w l r h VTF Al***i1an e n j o j ib I L T u r k t Tf proitra - n u a F g ^ e R c r f t mÂ«nta wÂ«*a i s r v r d M ( h Â» hottect Mr* Forreat Brown Â»rÂ» W i l i a r n farhute an4 Mri E I* A Â» h w e r a I n D* a t J r Tti"Â«div M l Â» i E u l a B c i t B of Dfcattir vjBUcrl r*Â«- Â· n t l y Â» l t h Laura and O i^ fl Prsnc 1 ! Mr and Mm D "tt fi ooke^ ol I o Â« a w*Â«ia 'hÂ« Â·iiÂ«Â»ts of Mr LCMB S t o o k f v ind f i m l l y it'a ftrtt of t h Â« w*ak rouKTH rÂ»i TLLT PI^MP A n u m b e r f r n m ' M i ^ l ^ n l t v Â«Â·! 1 a t t t n f l th*Â» Fourth of J j l \ p l r n l r held a t i*~* i B i t c h * ^T cr^^** c s t i r r t a v K f f r ^ ^ h ""n * Â« H 1* t*rvÂ»d t'i t h n ' i r l s r i a n En1pa.*or f o c l Â» t \ of the I! ni C n n c r a g a r onal h i r f h 1hÂ« ma,! c o n t * Â« t B and i l h l e i l c g o r n ^ s Â» (1 h* enjoved during thÂ« nf Â»rnoon Vl's VJra, On* n i* B i * n d 1 n ( t ^ w*Â«k n i t 1 - h*r cousin B u t h T i c k * ' n t r ^ - a i n I r e Mr I B B a t c h e dcr o f P^cai ir t Â« n ift hlÂ» fa-rm rÂ»--fit \ HIM Elva Sh"w-n*kÂ«'- Â»Â·Â»Â« 'he ri"^' ^ h r *lÂ»tÂ«r MrÂ» Mrr- * n Deen ir rci*r t Thp C W B M mÂ»! T pdÂ« T f rÂ«r-" *r h M r * l o h n Ho m n Â·^h* M l - Â« ^ ^ l ^ n n o r a snd Mar Â» \ !*-n '\ r ^ c t tn Â«nl! for r P R i n l I 1 h Th* 1 Â»llt h* a w a y for *# -rÂ»l r n t h n and M l M Laanora A lÂ«n Â« 1 s t u d v ^ r I n Lcndnn Hc\ W H K ^ r n pa' o n' th* r r ht i hurch. rÂ»urn#d th* li ie- p a i Â» of Â»hÂ»Â« iv ivn i* rl M of t h Â» B^Anlnc. I n i n n o r of hÂ« 1 Â» \nraary of her son r h r l w 'IfhtiMl w i t h l a p a i BM i i n wÂ«rÂ» Â«njoy"1 d u r i n g ; the * Â·ntnt* wÂ»rÂ« a a n Â» d hv f h * h 0*1 tra hir h d a j a n n T h n v a r d w I S h e b y v l l l e J u l y 3 -- M r Â« 'amuel Young -nho was well ilons t o w a r d fou" vcrp xears of agt- an 1 u a s one ^f rhf* bt- = t k n o w n anrt nost hiehl\ r T ' J \ \ i i o w s of eastern Slu]b% died at her home a. mile northeast of Trowbrldgs at 3 SO o clock Thursday m o r n i n s from an attack of acute indigent on She had been 111 since Friday of last \teek The f u n e i a l was held at Copperas t h r e e ml'es southeast of Trowbridga at ,, o lock Frida^ a f t e r n o o n conducted riv Rev Mr Pops of BoMe 111 SPEEDERS FIVED P ) -oÂ«ec*tion for automobile spesdlni on t h e p i n tr hlis'iway was commenced ^\ f n sla-t hp'o f- Police ^ta^lstrate I i f Ti 1 nnn \ ^ ^ e ^ complaints were r ^ i n d i e warrants issued for the a i r t - ^ t o f E gi S\viney and 'Mor^ in Rose w h o w e ^ e harged w i t h racing t h e i r a i t o T i i 1 n l " E on a p j h Ir- rnad in W i r d t o r t o w n s h i p Swings accompanied by his accuse T G C h a m b e r s a r r i v e d in S h e l b y v l le earl\ T^urs1a\ morning' a settlement o f t h Â» d i f f i c u l t y w a s effected a n d t h e cares a s a i r t t both men were dropped u p o n p a y m e n t of (he costs that had accrued F T Inman is a d v e r t i s i n g the loss of a h a v mT-e w h i c h either strajed or w a = * t c l e n f r o m a barn at the home nf MrÂ« A m a n d a H a r r t j on N o r t h Wai nut st'eet Tuesday n i g h t The m u n l r i p a l Ice plant project Is n e i t h e r dead nor sleeping a* In indicated b\ the fact t h a t there was a con- fe-encpi of a l d e r m e n of the c i t y to con- i d e r t h * m t t p r Thuredas a f t e r n o o n TAYLORVILLE MINE CLOSES AGAIN Puhllr HoÂ» To Idea When It WHt Iteopen T a U c r Ille July 3--The Sprinsfleld i oal .ompan\ s mine was c osed d o w n n e a i n Thursda'* n i g h t a f t e r working t h r e e d a s It is not k n o ^ n how long It w i l l be closed down before work is resumed it mav hÂ» a das or t Â« o and ma% not be u n t i l next week The re- porf t h a t the m i n e ^as closed doi\n on a c c o u n t of a ' squeeze in the entry Â« ii n i e d bv G F S h u m w a y the mar cfT Thrift are a numbf of company nT*n a t work in tha mine now and thii m c n n " mor^ uork for the m i n e r s foal was hoist^tl t h i n week for local con ^ i m p t l o n a n f l ^ome w a Â« chipped o u t \Â«ST MPTION VAV S -n ILL FILED The will of the late Bridget Ostell of Assumption was filed for probate in the county oou"t Thursday The es tate la \ a l u e d at 12600 and three chil dren Thomas Sdney and John and a grand child. Morris Bousett are to receive It equally except the last named gets $100 besides and another grandchild. Bernlce Ostell gets J100 J A Lacharite is made executor of the will and is Instructed to sell the real estate and divide the proceeds Mrs Grace Bonbrake left Thursday morning for Chicago She will leave Saturday for Buffalo and points in Pennsylvania, Virginia and Maryland She expects to be gone the remainder of the summer Mrs H O Bense of Springfield was hostess r h u r = d a j to the memaers of the Penelope club of w h i c h she is a member The club Is entertained an n u a l l \ in Springfield by either Mrs Bense or Mrs Brown The f u n e r a l sen ices o-ver the bodj of M % \Mlliam Ohumley who died at her home of West First street Wert nesday from complication of disease and Bright s disease were held F r l d a \ at )2 30 at the family residence Tn\ F H CH\on pastor of the Baptist c h u r c h o f f i c i a t i n g IrÂ« Grorcx Loveil is ^ p e n d i n g the v.eeK In Dalton City Mi=s Bethel Mitchell left vesterday for st Louis where she will join a p a r U of three St Louis girls and w i l l lea\ rridT* morning foi a f i\ e das * r u e r t r i p on the Miss sslppl to Bur lington Iowa C N* Keller Judge Cox and wife and d a u g h t e r Charlotte and Mr" Marj H a i t i m n of Columbus Ind w h o h a v e been the guests of the Yocke famih here l e f t Thursday m o r n i n g in Ihelr t o u r i n g car for their home They were iccompanled as far as Decatur b j Miss Ella Yockes Miss Baulah Teaters left today for a three months "lay in points in Mis souri Kansa= Denver Col and Salt Lake Citv BEARSDALE. Mr ana Mrs Raymond Westhafer ot Lattjam Spept Sunday w i t h ^.moB Westhafer and wife Mr and Mrs H G Park and sons Clinton Robert and "V\a\nÂ« and daughter Bertha aid Mr and Mrs Frank Bi!e and daughter Ma-rie MlÂ«e Ettie Weltmer and Lynn Martin were the guests Sunda o f John Trimmer and 'amlH of Latham Vlss Edith Kaller i* Â«pÂ«dlng thÂ« week * th Miss \ o n n a Jones The lea cream social held at the home of H C Park Wednesday eve was w e l l attended \IrÂ« Tohn Butterick died at her home Thursday morning at T 30 o clock Miss Anna DaMS retu n"i to hÂ«r homo In Tn i ana Sunday Mies Veda Rldenour of Decatur Is spend ins the week at A J Weltmer s The farmers ha\Â« benun threshing their wheat BLUE MOUND. RÂ»y and Harry Fergu'on of San Antonio Texas came Frldaj lor a lew da^s* \i6lt Â«1th old fr'ende Jamei and Edna Aklns ^Â»re Stonlngton \lsltors Saturday and Sundaj MrÂ» M L Hughe* was a Decatur visitor Frldaj Mre Edwtn L ttlefleld And children re* irned to the r home In Edwardr.illa Sat urflav following a tw o weeks \ Isit ^ ith r e l a t l * G S here There waa Â«. good fleal of excitement in town Sunday afternoon whan the housa of W Fletcher caught on fire The alarm was El\en but before the fire department arrived the fire Tias put out by eome of the nÂ«[gh- bort Herman Roney met with quits painful ac-ident fYidfty while a,t work on the Â·ac- tion t j Ptepplnff on a broken bottle cutting a ci^h in the ln c tep of his right foot Norman \* llker*on returned Saturdaj from a \ ppk s \ iÂ«ilt Â·w it h frlen d s In llljopollfl STORE OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL Â» O'CLOCK UÂ«iÂ« Fellow Suits LlttlÂ« Fellow S i l t B T \ Â» v Â» , p l a n n e d for busy selling I n t h t * new section tonight n u l u w o i t h up t o$100 will tie nold dflC just for t o n l g r t i tÂ»s* Sernnd floor TÂ«hl- Oil rinltt Tahle Oil Cloth heit q in oil cloth whit* and colored Â»20O Cnrsrts IJ Ofr Corsets Rnval Worcester cor Mts verv Â£4 un Utent modsln Â» I .WU ^Â«con! flonr Â·I.'S Uidenklrti IIII Undariklrt* In all t h e new ghs)dÂ«i. 18-Inch si*' I inrdfon RRs* pleate-1 f l o u n c e OÂ«Â»B Second floor CklUrta't DreuÂ«s Children * DrÂ«siÂ»Â« of fineÂ«t percale In medium and d a r k color* 2 to Â· yer sis* 50r ve'u* Second floor II Â»Â« and tl 75 P K and QC P Â·Â·tin* wash skirts Â»WV Â»200 silk Walstn 12 on Silk Waists finest q u a l i t y pesrl w h i t * China and Jap *i QA w a l s t Â« Second floor Â·ISO Â«Dd 93 Drciaes. IM" and $2 0 0 Dresses porch and house dresses of f i n e s t wash materials all ftflfi al/es Inclufled WOto Second floor V200 ind V2SO Crepe DresKs 52 () and 12 oO Crepe Dresses tunic Â· Â· f f c r t i and plain too, neat floral ef- f Â° i o handsomely trimmed C| AA Juet for tonight * I .WU Second floor MSOO Silk Waldts. Â»5 00 Silk Waists crepÂ« de chine t a f f e t a , m*Â«sallr.e and Jap silk w a l r t e lace trimmed embroidered and plain Second Floor C4 * * Â· Â«3 Silk Vndfinklrts. n 00 Silk Underskirts -- fincdt quality pure silk messallnc In the newest styles _ Third floor CQ I .Â·Â· \urÂ°a 'trloa Bungalow Acrons aJl Â«lzes f u l l ength. an excellent garment just for tonight Second floor 50 dozen awnlnr stripe voiln and figured lawn Dressing Sacquea ery size in th lot, worth up to 75c, just for tonight Second floor 100 dozen ^ e s t = mostly nice clean stock -- some silghtly soiled from handling come- that have baen used in displays, worth up to 25c CM each Just for tonight *Â»*Â· 75 dozen 16 button length pure silk gloves double tipped two claap in black and white, every size, actual valua tl 00. CO r Just for tonight . WOW Children s white- dresses daintily trimmed In lace and cluster tucks, tlzee 2 to 4 years 75c to$1 00 value JuÂ»t for tonight Boya Romp*ra in linen colored chambray. sizes from 3 to 8 OJB|Â« Just (or tonliht COW Boys' Khaki suits -lies 2 to 6 years. Just for tonight romper stvlo 39c I 7 spools best machine thread 25c Misses Constance Fulle- Helen Murphy end Edna. MaÂ« Walmsley at a dumber party at her home on WÂ«dneÂ« day evening Sheriff C G Stovall and wife went to Chicago via the I C Thursday ternoon. O i, Root and Georce Frame were amons the Newman people who were here on Thursday J T Collins who sells brooms for the Merkle W ney Broom Works of Parlt and travels In the Â«tatÂ» of Michigan If spending; a vacation with hi: family In Tuscola, William Brown, formerly deputy In the county clerk* office In this city and now lives In Rennialaer. Ind. Is visiting old friend* In the vicinity of Tuscola and Camargo Franklin H. Boggs. Republican nom- ine* for circuit Judge V H Johnston and wife all of Champaign werÂ« buÂ«l ness callers here Thursday afternoon B P Thompson and son Everett with a party of friends motored to Champaign Thursday morning Mrs Carrie Moon who has been visiting at the homes oj her brothers, H S and Frank Baseett In this city for several weeks left he-e Thursday for her home In Seattle Wash Sirs A W Bragg Mrs A T Braes with the mother and two children of Mrs A T Bragg left here Thursday for Holland, Mjch , going via Chicago and lake steamer They will spend an out- Ing on the northern lakes James Day and family of Atwood changed cars here Thursday enroute for Danville Mrs H D Bird and Sur/eydr W E Price were among the Tuscola people who were In Camargo Thursday John Collins was a business visitor In Atwood Thursday Earl King and family were guests on Thursday at the home of Mr Kings mother Mrs J J King in this city Mr and Mrs Whit Collins spent the day Thursday with relative* In Garrett. R, J. N Johnson was looking- after Insurance business at Murdock on Thursday afternoon. S S CLASS ENTERTAINED On Thursday afternoon Mrs John Cooper and Mis* Ella Sunday entertained the Methodist Sunday school class of Mrs W s Calhoun at th home of Mr* Comer, In honor of Mrs Julia Page Murphy and Mrs I Campbell both members of the clas who are soon to leave the clt Ther were about twenty-fi\e women pres ent to enjoy the afternoon. Mrs Mur phy will leave here soon to make he home with a daughter who lives In In dlana Mrs Campbell will go to Call fornia in a short time and expects to make an extended stay there ARTHUR FIRE COMPANY ORGANIZES Arthur July 3--the local fire com pany has perfected an organization the principal officers being as follows Fire chief--F F Fleming Assistants--Guy Hanej, Jim Eads President--Claude Hoffman Secretary--Ola Fleming Treasurer--Arthur Martin Team captains--Jim Eads, Hugh Bails With a regular organization tv,o pe cent of all of the fire insurance prem lums collected will go to the city Thl: will amount to about $100 a year and will help materially In maintaining* equipment The company Is practicing nearly ev er/ evening Supervisors S p e c i f i e d Crush Stone Instead of Brick Tuscola J u l j 3--There ^as a special m e e t i n g of the Douglas countv super usors cal ed for Friday afternoon to reconsider the m a t t e r ot the hard t o a d s to be b u i l t In this c o u n t y u n d e r Â·state aid This -natter has been before the board and t h a general plans clnni? ed a number of times in an f f o i t to satisfj all p a i t s of the c o u n t j and w h e n it t\as f i n a l i v d e c i d e d as to w h e r e the roads to be i m p r o v e d w e r e located and the plans for the c o n * t i u c - tlon submitted to the state a j t h n r l t i e s t v e w e r e not approved of as the sn p e n l ^ o r s of t h i s c o u n t i hart dec cled to bi i!d roa^s of crushed sfme and the Uate a u t h o i i t l e s n 11 onl Tp prove roads of brick c o n s t r u c t i o n un der the Tice bill BRIEFS Miss Elizabeth ThompÂ«on entertained the Butterflies a girls club of the c l t \ at her home on N o r t h Main s t r e e t on T h u r s d a y a f t e r n o o n f C Jones and son Sherwood l e f t . here Fridaj m o r n i n g for an automobile trip to Indianapolis Mrs Ethel Cooper Wlneman is a ' guest at the home of her parents Mr | and Mrs John Coope 1 - in this cits She expects to bo here for ae^ r al weeks and w i l l t h e n go to \ i s l t a s e ter in Yakama Wash Miss ElUabeth Hacked e n t e r t a i n e d Packing House Market 118 E. William. Both Phones 4644. aturday Sales All kinds of meat for hot weather at cut prices. SPRING CHICKENS 18Uc Prices lowest--Quality highest--Why pay more? .inzeisen s Pure Lard 3 Ib pail S'Sc Ib pail . "7c n Ib pill SI 14 0 Ih can (5 50 -mail lein pork chops ISKc Sugar cured regular hams No : quality I7i Sugar cured picnic hams 139ic Boneless Pork Roast, only I4c Pork Loin KoaÂ»t . 14%c Pork Steak .. 14MÂ° Choice Tender Beef Steak. Peef Roast No 1 quality J2c Freth Sliced Liver . Fancy Milk Fed Veal and Spring Lamb \ eal Roast \ ca =teak lOc Lamb Chops Lamb Legs Lamb Stew Butterine 2 Ibs for Oc 85c Fancy sugar cured bacon, guaianteed to give perfect satisfaction Special today, only , 1754c A.11 fresh and smoked sausage, today only 11 Vic \Ve carry a full line of cold cooked meats for all occasions. Low Shoes for Men The first requirement for Summer fo6twear is comfort. For business or for pleasure, cool footwear is absolutely essential. From the smart toe model for young men. to the more conservative rounding toe, here j on will find the ideal shoe for the long, hot months to come. Men's dull black calfskin, welted sole, laced oxfords, and tan Russia calfskin blucher djyl AA laced oxfords eP^.UU Men's dull black callskru or tan Russia calfskin, welted sole, low flat heel, blucher or stiaight lace cut Men's dull black calfskin or tan Russia calfskin blucher laced oxfords, with medium rounding toe .. Every* body is so pleased with our Ice Tea that our sales have in* creased 100 per cent. If you have not tried it as yet, do so at once. Fresh country eggs, QC/J 20c dozen, 2 for OOC 2 pounds lard 254 Fancy mixed tea cat to 45Â«J$1 Stamps FREE Fancy mixed cakes cut to lOc rf pound. Churnedwell butterine. alwayf* good, takes the place of butter, a pound 25c Our store will be open July 4th only until 6:30 p. m.; come early. We close at noon on Thursday and at 6:30 every night except; Saturday. Yours for business, 226 E. Eldorado. Bell 430. Auto 1418., Blood Purified Quiokiy in Summer AU tlw Body RMpondf to Action of Fwnoui Just an thunder shake* the (round and stirs it into action and llghtntnf clwra the air, burns up Impurities. K doea S S S arouse action In thÂ» blood. It is cleanied purlfled and lapurlti** ara converted into *ubtanoa Â«Mtly and quieklv eliminated In the winter time we set our natural purifying agency in trun, cold, frortjt air but most people ipoU the effect by, habits of livlnr And 10 we rely upon summer with the help of 6 6 8 for it la now that the liver luniÂ». kidneys and skin will be more active without thÂ« danger of severe colds All such troubles a* pimples, balls. rash, blood risings eesema, acna anil other form* of impure blood will bÂ« rushed out ot the system and new skin will quickly replace the diseased tissue. Get a bottle of 8 8 8 today of any drjggitt but don't permit anyone to fool you with something claimed "Just as) good Write to The Bwifl Specific Co lit Swift Bldr Atlanta, Oa for a beautiful boot What tne Mirror Tells" Ana if jou want advice on any severe form of blood trouble write the company s madlcal department STENOGRAPHERS should take cars of their Â«yes because their IivÂ«llhood depends upon Ihelr being able 10 us* thslr Â«yes steadily Eminent authorities a(r*Â« that eyÂ« strain la the root of many nervous troubles Proper (lasses will step headaches and prevent future trouble, WÂ« are thoroughly equipped to examine your eyes ana grind proper glasiei Twenty years eiptrler.ee In 5ust this kind ot work Opposite Millikin Bank. 107 N. Water St. SPAFLK.fiR CHI