Page Two T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Friday Evening:, July 10, 1914. J Pana Man Bounced About By Paswsnger Train. Pana Julv 10.--O A Richardson had a narrow escape from death beneath the Illinois Central passenger (rain due In Pana at 6.39 north bound. Wednesday evening, when he was struck by the pilot of the engine and knocked about four c*r lengths. Richardson was carrvlns a watermelon under his arm and "did not notice the train until he looked around and fourd it right on him Hf heard thÂ« whistle, but thought he was between the main and side tracks, HÂ« jymoed to one side, but not soon enough to avoid being struck, although the 3ump probably saved his life. He bounced into a car on the side tracks and bouncefl back Into the coal tender of the engine and was again bounced The watermelon -was smashed and Richardson was skinned and peeled from top to toe He was taken to Dr DaniordÂ» ol- fke and afterwards removed to the IIubÂ»' Memorial hospital, where he is now confined Lurkily no bones were broken and the man will recover SETTLE XOKCOIIS TROUBLE. SK members of the teamsters union went to Nokomls on Wednesday events to pteslde over a little trouble there. Past president of Pana local was appointed to the chair to preside over the case which was easily settled after which the Pana delegates were royally fntPrtamed to lunch Ferdinand Schneider, met with B. cainful accident on Thursdaj' when he was struck bv a falling brick, from a chimney which he was repairing at a west Kide home. His back was severely ir1urefl Mr anS Mrs "William Eichelberger and Tvlr ard Mrs J 1 Custer went to Chirago vesterSav for a few days i islt Miss Kate CoTistock will be hostess st'thv H X Schiuler mansion on Quality Hill Fr'flay evening to the missionary society of the First Presbyterian church A musical will follow the general missionary program Mrs Marv C Thurn and son, William Thurn. -a ere called to Kahoka. Mo., Thuisday bv the death of Mrs Thurn's brother."J H. Oldenage. who died "Wednesday, aged seventy-eight years O E Penwell departed Friday afternoon for Deni er. Colo , to attend the Elks convention, as delegate from Pana lodge. No 1261 TAYLORVILLE GIRL WILL WED JULY 20 JUÂ»Â» Mary Wood* nnel Ed. Rolwitlon-- Other WcddlnKs. TaylorviiJe. July 10.--Miss Marv TVoods. daughter of Mrs Mary E. Â·Woods livins; on Walnut street, is to be married Monday, July 20, to Ed Robertson of this city, according to announcement made Thursday. The wedding will occur at 7 o'clock in the evening and will take placo in the home of the bride's mother. The bride has lived in this city about three years, coming here from Windsor. Mo The Broom is emoloved as brakemar on the C. *Â· I M railroad The couple will leave immediately after the wedding for Litchfield. then to Oklahoma to visit the groom's mother. They wil] return to this city to live WEDS IN EDXVER. Word has been received here of the PffiOTEAT CLEAR SKIN wedding of Miss Edna Chlldera. daughter of Henry Guilders, to Curtis Storey, the wedding taking place June 22 in Denver Colo. The groom is from Cheyenne, Wyo. and the couple will make their home in that city, where the groom is employed as a. brakeman. HIGH-SLOAN. Ira M. High aged twenty-two, and Ethe] Sloan, agei nineteen, both or Beechtr City were married here \\ea- nesday evening by Juflse Prater in Ms office In the court house. The groom ' S Elfecuvl' July 26, the monument 'irm of Wood and Fust of this city will dissolve partnership. Mr. wood will continue in the business and Mr. Fust will take the contract with the Meridian Life insurance company. FARMER GETS BLACK ETES. Following a dispute oVer a settlement of wages between Harrison Parker, a farmer three miles northwest of here, and his tenant. Lester Cearlock. at 6 30 Thursday morning, Cearlock assaulted Parker and, according to the latter, used a heavy board m satisfying his spite. Parker came to town and swore out a warrant in Handle's court for Cearlock on a chaige of an assault with a deadly weapon. His wounds' consisted of two badly bruised eyes. Cearlock waived his preliminary Thursday afternoon and was held to the grand Jury in the sum of Â»200. Officer Joe Daigh had a. bad fall Thursday morning when he fell down the basement of the Marblestone clothing store. NEARLY ELECTROCUTED. Frank Reed, the Breeze editor, Thursday purchased through R K- Calloway, a Regal touring car. fully equipped, electric starter included, lor J1.0S5. Ralph Ricks ana his baby came near being electrocuted at 8*80 o'clock "Wednesday evening, when a piece of live wire broke loose from a lamp at the northwest,corner of the square within tno feet of where he and the baby were standing on the sidewalk, just outside Hogan's drug store. The hot wire burned the paint off the bottom of the iron pole at the edge of Hogan's sidewalk, and popped and sputtered for fifteen minutes Mrs. J. B Krctsinser ana daughter Vera, and two *ons, Rodell and John, have returned have returned from a several weeks' yislt In Colorado. ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM BETHANY Bethany, July 10.--Professor Oscar Swartie, wife and son, of Decatur, are visiting friends in Bethany. insil Livesay and family left Sunday night for Decatur after spending the Fourth with Willard Livesay and Mrs.' Foster and granddaughters spent Sunday In Sulljvan. Clark McGill of Sullivan, and Frank Six of Springfield, visited with E. N. Six and family Sunday. George Kendall and wife of Assumption are spending several flays with his parents. Abner Kendall and wife. Mrs Harper of Decatur iÂ« visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. A. Walker and fam- Mrs. Brock and son are the guests of' her nieces, the Misses Maud and Juanlta Debuler. Mike Sconce, Ivan Six and Eddl Thompson spent Tuesday in Sullivan. Mr. and Jlrs. Walter Ro'oinson. and son Williard. of Findlay, spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson. Mr and Mrs. John Barnhart anS family of Decatur, spent Sunday with E. A. Walker and family. Robert WMte of Tuscola spent Sunday m Bethani. HAVE BIG DINNER. About thirty-five persons took well filled baskets and spent the Fourth with Grandma Sickafues, who makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Monroe on the Woodruff farm. They were her children and grandchildren and other relathes. A fine time was had by all onfl a big dinner was served at noon. Bethany had a very quiet Fourth. A good many went to Shelbyville, Piter's park and Woodbine. In the evening a large crowd attended the tabernacle meeting. Iflere were no accidents. GRASS FIRE. A grass fire for awhile threatened the home oÂ£ Lydia Lynn In the south rart of town, but the men of the town got it out before much damage was done. Â· Fifty dollars has been given by Bethany people to Will Cummlngs, who lost his horse, buggy and harness in the fire at the Goetz farm. Deles Cozad is moving Into the new modern house Jusa finished and owned by T. M. Crowder. Frank Welton, the new Christian preacher, will occupy the residence vacated by Mr. Coiad. Rev. Welton Is in Kenney packing and shipping his goods. They will be here by the lasa of the week. Ruby Wright, who has been visiting her grandmother, went to Decatur Tuesday. Mr and MrÂ«. Keims. Miss Nita Nlles and iladge McLaughlln spent the Fourth in Shelbyville. Mr. and Mrs Robert Evans and Son, James and wife of Chicago, are the guests of Charles Younger and wife. Mrs. Henry Dlehl and two children of Decatur, are spending several days here. Mrs. Dlehl formerly resided here. Bonnie Warren Â»nd Goldla Hawied Â· spent the Fourth la Sullivan. Mrs. Dr. Taylor ot Decatur, spent several days here with Dr. C. Taylor and wife. Mr. Campbell, of the Standard OH Co., of Deeatur li here to locate an oil plant in the north part of town. Fred McKlnney and wife of Blue Mound, Â»re visiting HI Harding and family. W. B. McGulre was In Decatur Tuesday. Jim Woods of Sullivan was a business visitor Tuesday. ... Charles Lanaden. sheriff of Sullivan, was in Bethany Tutsday on business. The installation of the officers of Rebekah lodge has been postponed until the close of the tabernacle meet- U ThÂ«re wers largÂ« crowds at the revival all day Sunday and a number were converted. Wednesday night waÂ§ I. O. O. F. night and the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs went In a boy. WE HAVE MADE OUR CHOICE Every man entering business faces the question of whether he shall "get the -noney" or "build a business. Usually there is a vast difference. When we opened this store we decided to BUIuD, because we wanted a permanent success. Building a business, as we see it, means building your own personalities into it--putting every ounce of energy, experience and good will into giving real value for every cent taken in over the counter. We ask your business on this sound basis, and promise to make every effort to deserve it. 10Â« E. WILLIAM ST. DfeCATUR, ILL. Bachman Building- North Main and Prairie Avenue Store Closes Every Thursday Afternoon in July and August Charming New Neckwear For Sunday, Specially Priced Next in effectiveness to a new gown, is a dainty, up-to-date piece of Neckwear. It freshens and brightens up the old gown wonderfully. Our assortments are bright, new, stylish, and on Saturday we shall make the most attractive special prices to help you decide on your Sunday requirements. The early customer has greatest choice. CUT1CURA SOAP And Cuticura Ointment. They afford complete satisfaction to all who rely upon them for a clear skin, clean scalp, good hair, and soft, white hands. Samples Free by Mall Cntlcuxa Soap And Ointment sold throughout tba vctia. Liberal simple of each mailed free, with 32-p. book. Aditw "CuUcuro." Dept. ITS. Boston. Silk Shirt Waist Cords, in all colors. These are not the short, small cords usually sold for this purpose at the low price quoted, but are full length, full size 25c cords, which we offer to clear, at each Soft Silk Cords for making extra length cords and girdles, at yard ,8c Roman Stripe Shirt Waist Ties, pretty and popular, at each Shirt Waist Ties in plain, embroidered, and figured Crepe de Chine, at each Collar and Cuff Sets of hemstitched organdy, at set Collars of hemstitched organdy and net, at each ~. Low Neck Guimps with hand embroidered sailor dÂ» -J collar and front, at each Â«J)X. Low Neck Guimps with hemstitched net and Valenciennes edge; or, with organdy embroidery _ frill, at each Net Vestees with satis buttons, at each Â· 25c 49c 49c 75c 25c Our Roman Stripe Girdle Ribbons are in charming assortment and are very popular with our customers. Tomorrow will be a splendid time to make selections from the present great variety. All sizes to 4x5. Films Developed, any size roll lOc your work to the only Eastman shop In D*catur. We us* nothing but Eastman psptr and chemicals. Th proof of our su- perlor workmanship lies In the fact that wÂ« Â«nd our prints all over the United states. XftB order* solicited. Alt work eua C. A. MORROW, 115 SOUTH WAIJEB Kb N E W S P A J P E f l R C H I V This Is Silk Glove Weather This, extreme warm weather requires a n d demands t h e cool and comfortable silk g l o v e . Our Kayser S i l k G l o v e s a r e e v e r y w h. ere recognized as the best silk glove that is made. We have complete assortments from -which we note: Kayser Double-tipped Silk Gloves, 16-button, in all colors, black and white, d-| A A all sizes, at pair Â«pJLÂ«VU Kayser Chamoisette Gloves, in 16-button dÂ»-| A A length, in white, at pair Â«J JLÂ«V/U A Good 16-button White Silk Glove, with double tipped fingers, all sizes. , reduced to pair Handkerchiefs andParasols Ladies' Soft-finished Handkerchiefs, with fancy colored borders, at each Ladies' Linen Initial Handkerchiefs, of choice material daintily made, at each 15c and Men's Soft-finished Handkerchiefs, in plain white, or witn col- o r e d borders, Children's Fancy Parasols in solid colors, or plain, with colored borders, at C1 95 each 50c, 75c, $1.00 and ....... ~ .-.-.-Â·-Â· Â· v SI A WEEK IS ALL WE ASK Our entire stock of Men's and Young Men's fancy Suits at $20.50, $17.50, $14.75, $12.50 Men's Oxfords $4 All the new ones Men's Straw HATS $1.50 and $2 Your choice from our entire stock of Women's and Misses' Suits and Coats at less than Handsome Wash Dresses $3.98 ' and up Your c h o i c e from all this season's Millinery, priced up to $7.98, while they last $1.00 Handsome wash waists at 9Sc Opposite Review. GOODS 346 North Main St. The ideal fuel for all purposes. Absolutely clean. No dust. No dirt. No soot. Is made in Decatur at our new gas works, and is the pure carbon, which means the REAL HEATING VALUE IN COAL. One tone of coke will go twice as far as a ton of soft coal. One ton of coke will go as far as a ton of hard coal. Only $4.50 per ton delivered. Try a load and be convinced. Telephone your order. Bell No. 1; Auto 1167, Decatur Railway and Light Co. Â·^Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Bl NEWSPAPER!
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