The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 8, 1914 · Page 3
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The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 3

Decatur, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 8, 1914
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Wednesday Evening, July 8, 1914. T H E D E C A T T J R R E V I E W Page ThrM f Uneeda Biscuit Tempt the appetite, please the taste and n o u r i s h the body. Crisp, clean and fresh-5 cents in the moisture- proof package. Baronet Biscuit Round, thin, tender-with a delightful flavor -- a p p r o p r i a t e f o r luncheon, tea and dinner. 10 cents. ZuZu Prince of appetizers. Makes daily trips from Ginger-Snap Land to waiting mouths everywhere. Say Zu Z\i to the grocer man, 5 cents. Boy bitcmt baked by NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Alwayt look for that name STOPS ITCHING Child Cured by Saxo Salve Patterson, N. Y.--"My children had » skin disease which the doctor calie* itch or eczema. He gave them medicines and ointments for it with very little benefit, but Saxo Salve has cured them and stopped the itching. Sufferers from itching eczema should use it. -Mrs. L. K.-BAKER, Patterson, N-Y If we can't cure your skin trouble vith our Saxo Salve and Saxo,Soap we will buy back the empty tube. MAROA PEOPLE HOLD MANY PICNICS Salt Creek a Popular Place U Kh Fl can a re Seeker*. Maroa, July 8--The R. A. E. country club entertained their families at a basket dinner Saturday at M. E, Houston's home a milt north of town. A sumptuous dinner was served at noon on the lawn to forty-five persona PICNIC PARTY. About thirty-five persons passed a pleasant day Saturday at Stretch's grove four miles west of town. The party was composed oE the women of the U. R. S. country club and their families. Both dinner and supper were served The men spent the afternoon in pitching horseshoes. PICNIC AT SALT CREEK. One hundred and five member? of the ccnpregauon of the Epworth Chapel church, living southeast of Maroa, went to Salt Creek to spend the Fourth at Rays* pasture. About thirty people living east of town and several young- folks from this place al*o went to Salt Creek Saturday. JAMES WILLIAMSON DEAD. .Tames Williamson, aged sixty years, died at the home of his brother-in-law, W. F. Bridgeman, Friday night o f cardiac asthma He had made his home in Maroa and Farmer City for the past twelve years. His only child was Miss Cora Williamson and ditd about a year ago. He leaves two sisters, Mrs. John Reed of Jacksonville, and Mrs. C. Long of Rung, Tex., besides the following brothers, Charles Williamson of Jacksonville. William Williamson of Chafln, 111 . and Atch Williamson of Nebraska. The pall bearers were Velma Davis, John Miller, Ed Long. Jay Ross, Lloyd Martinie and Harry Bridgreman. The funeral seriices were conducted bv Rev. H G. Hurrell in the Christian church Sunday afternoon at 2 30. Music was furnished by the Chiistian church choir. Burial was in the Maroa cemtterv. INDOOR FICN'IC The members of the official board of the Mt-ihodist church and their families will enjoy an indoor picnic in the church on Tuesday evening Dale and R a m o n d B r l d e e m a n from Farmer City, are here v i s i t i n g relatives. Rev and Mrs TJ. D \Vatts and son. Paul, and Miss Ruby M i l l e r f r o m M o n m o u t h . arrived Mondav to \isit Maroa friends Mr and Mrs H P Har-pstrite, of this city and Mr. and Mrs Winfred Jenkins, ot Clinton, motored to Indiana Saturday morning m t h e former's -ar and returned home Sunda\ evening While there thev visited at C r a w f o r d m t ' e Attica and Mud- laMa Springs. Wheat t h r e s h i n g !«; in f u l l blast in t h i s GOING TO VERMONT. Miss Esther Bean w i l l Jeave Thursday to spend t h e summer In Bridport, Vt She has been book-keeper for the Maroa M u t u a l T e l e p h o n e company for somp time, and will be le'le^d bv Miss Ella Shields Miss Bean has been a "hello" cir! in the Maroa station for th- past ten vears, and Miss Alma Harris w i n f i l l t h a t vacancy during Miss Bean'B absence Mr and Mrs A W Dishrow, of Warrens- bur/r, a n d Mrs. W I n e b r e n n e r and Miss Esta W e n t w o r t h , ftom Holdredge, N e b , motored to Maroa f r o m "Warrensburg M o n d a v evening to \ i s i t Mr. and Mrs H P. Harpstrite. Mr. and Mrs E E White, of Decatur, were guests of M r and Mrs. C. F. Crum. Monday Miss B^ulan N n l i n is spending the week with f r i e n d s at Mt PulaskI and Latham Mr ami Mrs. Louis W!ge. from Argen^a, passed Sunday witb Chanes Weltre and family "L O Davis has been visiting in Chilll- e n t h p Til Missns Aileen Stroud and Rachel Crura are s p e n d i n g a few dai* in Moweaqua Mrs I G LinMlle a n d Mrs Elida Carter were Fenria visitors Tuesday Mrs. A n i n g e r and her daughter. Mrs C*h?_rli»p Wplrre, passed Saturda\ in Clinton u i i h Mrs Doan Claik Mrs James Worsham has returned home. a f t T a upek's \ l s i t in Chicago w i t h friends Mr and Mrs A A Coulter expect to move this week tr» t h e i r home in the west part of toun t h a t they recentlv purchased Mrs C M tVood of Decatur. has been here w i t h h*r son. Dr C*. M Wood, and fam- II v Miss Km ma "B^an of Pporia. is spending a few rla%s w i t h her ulsters. Misses Stella an1 E s t h e r M r = B F r-ap l i n g e r and i h i ' d r e n and MIP! "Lr-la M i l t h wa departed Mondav for t h e i r nett home in Eeardstown Mis*"? W i n l ' r e d Passmore and Cora Clark \ 1=iiF"i Mt Piilaskl f r i e n d s Patnrdav and Stmdav D 1 - and Mrs W M C r a i g of Kenney, and M E 'raicr. of Decatur. were visiting In Miroa S u n d a y M r « Georsp W a l l r r , of Springfield, 1* spend Ins: a few da\s w i t h her sister, Mrs. A f 4 m m a n n Mis* G!ad\s G r i f f i n 1* In Weldon visiting 1 Huch Weile nd daugh- ter. Maxlne, motored to Lincoln Saturday returned home Sunday Guy Cornwall 1* in VandaMa visiting hie grandmother, Mrs Ela.m. Miss Leta Brenalng-, of Bloomington. is spending a few days with her brother, Walter Bernlng. and. wife at their home, a mile wp"t of town. Mri Carl ROM has been visiting ber pa- rentB. Mr. and Mrs H. D. Nice, near Ken- Ord Fort went to Sac City, Iowa, Friday on a business trip Mies Helen Cram passed the Fourth In Clinton w i t h friends Mm H E Price and children, of Clinton, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett, Saturday. Miss Verna Fort returned home Sunday from a t w o weeks' Bias in Mt Pulaskf, where she was the guest of Mrs. Ira Haynes. BLUE MOUND NEWS NOTES Blue Mdund. July S.--Mr. and Mrs Will Gray ot Lovington. are the guests of J. M Scott this week. ^ Mrs. Jennie Miachels o£ Mornsonville came Monday for a visit with H. Mtachels and family. Mrs. Porter and children left Friday for a two weeks' -visit with relatives In El Paso. Will Morton and Fanny Watson of Stonington, and Frank Manly and wife of near Macon, were the guests of James Akin and and family Saturday. Charles Kester and family of Pawnee, were the guests of D. W. Crayne and family Saturday and Sunday. Ray and Harry Ferguson of Victoria, Tex., who have besn visiting here the past week, left Monday morning for a visit with relatives In Davenport. la. Miss Lucell Metcalf of Buffalo, was the guest of Miss Hestf-i Mltchel from Thursday until Monday. Miss Jennie Brown of Raymond, was the guest of Miss Geneva Hughes from Wednesday until Friday. Misses Leona and Bernlce P«ck of Decatur, were the guests of Miss Hallle Davidson Saturday. Miss Luclle Gabriel, who is attending school at Charleston, visited from Saturday until Monday w i t h home folks. Mr. and Mrs. William Morgan and son Clyde, of Decatur/ spent Saturday with Carter Stone and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Flock and daughter, Marie, visited old friends here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heidelbaugh of Decatur. were the guests of relatives here Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hughes of Decatur, visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Martha Edmonson and daughter, Miss Mattie, left Monday for a two weeks' visit with Mr and Mrs. Wilbur Winchel in Osawatomle. Kan Mr. and Mrs. Karl Crow of Season, spent the Fourth with home folks. Miss Anna McCoy was a Decatur visitor Monday. George Vancleve and wife and son. John, were the guests of P. L. Vancleve and famllv Saturdav and Sunday. Cloyd McGee, of Taylorvllle, visited home folks this week Mrs. McKnight and daughter. Miss Bessie, are visiting B. C. Diehl's this week. Check Whltsel and wife, of Decatur. visited relatives here Saturday and Pun- day. Miss Rickey came down from Decatur Monday to assist in the shoe sale at J. A. Goodale's shoe store Will Green has purchased a hotel at .Terseyville and will leave Tu»sda\ morning to take possession Mrs Green will not go for a few days. John Tadlock. the little son of Mr and Mrs. Charles Tadlock. hnpnoned to a painful Accident Mondav afternoon bv pulling a quart of scalding water off the stove onto his breast. PEAIHIE HAIX. The farmers around here are threshing the w h e a t , u-hJch is t u r n i n g out very good, averaging about 25 bushels to the acre "Will Da\ldson and family, of Decatur. passed Sunday wCth Charle* Lambert and f a m i l y The Illustrated lectures condurted by Rev. G K Little at th* United Brethren church, closed Sunday night Mr and Mrs, Steve McDanlelg and Alva MrDaniels and family, of Decatur, paaaed Saturday and Sunday w i t h B S McDanWs and faTn!l Dr. C. C Mills of Deratur, made a professional t r i p he-e Monday Mn. Frank Paeley was shopping In Decatur Mondav I. T Beldingr, of Decatur. vT«lte! friends here Tuesday Cool, Durable Shoes For Children Folrath's TROT-MOC The New Shoe for Summer Wear Just the shoe for Summer wear, cool, light in weight, and made of pliable, most durable leather, built to stand all the hard knocks children are bound to give them. Built over nature shape last. Prices from $2.00 to $3.00, according to size Ankle Ties for Misses and Children The increasing popularity of this style bespeaks a wise selection on the part of mothers for a dependable yet dressy pump for older children--cool, comfortable and perfect fitting. In patent leather, dull black salfskin and white canvas, light turned sole. Prices from $1.50 to $3.00, according to size Comfortable Barefoot Sandals Happy little fdlks are wearing the Folrath Barefoot Sandals these days. Just the thing for the "sand pile" and the sultry days of Summer. Gives the feet all the comfort of going barefoot without the scratches and bruises. Prices from $1.00 to $1.75, according to size TWO COWDEN BOYS MARRY Cowden. July S--Man led. July 1. at Watson, Miss Bernlce Danford, eldest daughter of James and Mrs. Sanford ot Cowden and Lawrence McManawav. eldest son of Mr and Mrs William McManaway, of this place They will live at Watson, where Mr. McManaway tB employed. ANOTHER \VEDDING Married, at noon S u n d a y , J u l y S, at the residence of and tn the Rev J. C. Bell, Miss Ruby, d a u g h t e r ol Mrs. Minerva Stamper and I-'aj e Pcovil. eon of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Scovil, both of this place Mrs. Srovll has been the efficient clerk in the Bollenbaugh bakery for the past year or more and is a graduate of the flaps of 1912 of the Cowden high school a.s was Miss Ber- nife Stanford, u-ho was married on Wednesday last Joseph Robertson and Mrs Frances Moore went to Springfield Saturday for consultation at the Prince sanitar- ium. Mrs Moore has had serious trouble with her head for some time. Cecil Moore and Fred and Mrs. Rob ertson were Springfield visitors Sun day. Frank Dill went to Toledo. O . Friday night to see his son, Esco. who Is employed by the Western Union company. ANNUAL CAMP MEETING The annual Free Methodist camp meeting will commence Aug. 12 and continue for ten days William Funk and Carl Schurmyer of Danville have been the guests of Cowden fnend.s the past few days. Mrs. William Nichols and children spent the 4th, inst., w i t h her parents In Altamont. Steward and Edward Nance went to St. Louis Sunday to see Thornton Sellers at the Bantitt hospital. They found him getting along as well as could be expected. It is not vet known whether the a m p u t a t i o n of his leg will be necessary. Rev Silas Wakefleld of Maroa preached at the Methodist church Sunday rilsht ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. sirailating thcRioifand tingdie SioraaiisaiidBoweisiif Promotes Digesltonflretfoi- ness and Rest.ContaInsneKte- Opiuni.Morpliine nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC. Apafect Remedy forComRpt tlon, Sour StoiMKh.Dlarttoa Worrasronvnlsionsfewnsh- nessffldLossoFSLEEP. {facsimile Signature if j «HZ CBMTAUR COMPASS KEWYOHK. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA VHB Of KTAtm COMPANY. New vnn« f Thursday Morning SPECIALS OUTING HATS Clever hats of canvas and duck, fancy draped band. $2.00 value for Thursday SILK GLOVES Black and white silk 16- button gloves, a real $1.00 value, Thursday special WAISTS Clever tub silk waists in 3 new models. 9 colors, regular S2.50 value Boys' Wash Suits Suits of galatea. cTiambray. duck or rep in plain while or colors; regular SI.75 value 95c Ladies' Wash Skirts Duck, pique, rep and rice cloth skirts with the tier, draped or Russian tunic, real $2.00 value 95 WAISTS .lap Mlk. organdie, foile, lingerie. crepo and lawn waist 1 - in the newest models, real 51 50 value at 95c Ladies' Tub Dresses Summer dresses in crepe or allover embroidery, colored or white. a real *4 nn value; only 1, to each customer. Thursday only Girls' Summer Dresses Summer dresses of percale, chambray, gingham and lawn in many pretty styles. Value 89c $1.75 Ladies and Misses Hose Lisle hose in black, white, tan, green and maize, a 25c hose. Thursday 15c WE CLOSE AT NOON THURSDAY 121-125 N. Water St. Everything Ready to Wear. The Greatest Sale In Our History Begins Friday Morning, July 10th. WATCH For the Announcement of Our Second Great Loom End Sale In Thursday's Review These Loom End Sales are the greatest bargain events of the year. Our preparations have covered weeks of searching and keen merchandising. Representatives of this store and heads of departments have visited every great market in the country in search for extraordinary values. Expect great things of the Osgood store during this Loom End Sale--you will not be disappointed. Sale Begins Friday Morning at 9 O'clock Store Closed All Day Thursday To Arrange Stocks. ·StDecatirM iNEWSFAPERi ,,, NEWSPAPER!

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