The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 11, 1914 · Page 2
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Decatur, Illinois
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Saturday, July 11, 1914
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' Pfcge Two BEREAN CLASS WINS TRAVEL CONTEST r. it Tii.couTplnt «o Entertain T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Saturday Evening, July 11, 1914. been sreatly improved the past week by receiving fresh coats of paint. Lon Clunoweth is also improving the appearance of his residence. He is making an afiditlcn of two rooms in an up. I «l per story and expects to add a large WI.MMI * · ' ' - · porch to the west side of the house. The Tuscola, July U.-Du.InK the pres ' ve f r e s h , . ent summer and wring there has been E l i n s on at the Methodist Sunday, ,chool In this city a "travel contest. bctwn-n the Herean department under Assistant S u r e r l n t t - n d e n t A. L. Houk, »nd the J u n i o r department under As- ·Utitnt Superintendent F. D. Mlchener, In w h K h certain requirements counted for a various n u m b e r of miles, and the e.iml.iv «!iol has In Imagination U-avl.-.l Int.i m a n y foreign countries ond hart t a l k ? by d l f f e r t n t ones on the places visited. At the bcginning of Hie contest It was asrccd that the losing side as to distance traveled · hoiild Five an e n t e r t a i n m e n t to the ,,.,,,..- «|r|,. The n.-voan d e p a r t m e n t Burcr^.lcrf in s t a c k l n s up the Kredtest n ' i i n h - r "f i n l i t s to their credit, and th.- u m l o i J i u n d e r Mr. Mlchener are r i l l - r i m e for a musical and literary e n t f i t a t r n u - n t for the school, and which they at present expect to give In the c h u r c h «n Tuesday evening, July * Mrs Kitchen of Mattoor. mother of Mis Charles Temple, who recently moved from this city to Mattoon In or- ler to care for Mrs. Kitchen, died t h i n week and Mrs T.-mple'g father Is very low -with the i n f i r m i t i e s of old age- TO PI.AY CHAMPION' NINE. The local b a n e h n l l cluh will cross bats w i t h ti nine from Champaign on the Movls fl-l.I in this city Sunday afternoon. i Joseph Vln-ion, an old resident ot ] thl, city and nn old soldier of the civil war. and Daniel T. Waters, also an oM resident, both of whom live in the north part o! the city, are seriously sick. ENTERTAINS PRIMARY TEACHERS. Miss C!«mmn Copley, superintendent of the p i l t n . n y d e p a r t m e n t at the Mctho,!iM Sunday school In Tuscola. entertained tile p r i m a r y tenchers and i i f f n - . i » at a social in the basement of th» r h u r c h on I n y evcninsr utter the toa'-h.-is 1 mc-i'tlng, in honor of Mrs. A. F. Judkiri", one iif the teachers in her iltpartniviit "'hu expects to move away from ti.c city in a short time. Among the Tusct la people who were In Drcitur K r i d a v «---r« Mrs. II. Bay Warren. Mrs. W i l l i a m Clark nnd Mrs. John Cooj-'-r. Ralph Stiirseon was looking after hl» f a r m i n g Interests In central Indiana on Friday. Rev. Mr. Mills of this city, who recently r e t u r n e d f r o m an extended stay in the south, l e f t h-re Friday for Ch!cair'. Ixion K e l n h f i m c r of Arcola. who el- p«rt» to open a c l o t h i n g store in the room recently v.icat.-d by Milt I.:n- d.i'.ier, on . K a.e street. W.IB lien- Frl- i!av uttcn.llnv: to b-iflii"" m a t t e ' - . Mr n n d A ' t s 'il-n T n e ' e v l''t here pOrCil LO IUU w t B l atwc VI. wiw J t ^ w w v , . -- -- entire house will then receive a fresh coat of paint. Rev. and Mrs. H. B. Montgomery have returned home from a visit with their son and f a m i l y in Alton. They were accompanied home by their g r a n d d a u g h t e r , Lucile. Mrs. K. B. Leavitt lias gone to Mattoon to visit for a week with relatives. T. J. Crowder, of Peoria, is here for ci short with home folks. Eph Bolin and son, Wayne, of Decatur, s-pent Thursday here with the former's mother. Mrs Mayme Harter and Miss Fern Gillepie have returned here from Kirksville. Mo., -where the former has been a t t e n d i n g the school of osteopathy. MORRISONVILLE. t The Misses Anna nnd Julia Sloan went to j St. I.o.]ls Tuesday for a MSJI. .Mr. nti Mrs. John Kcir returned Tues . fiom tiu-lr t r i p to Fillmure w here they i were _allei1 to Bee their daughter, Mra. · UunaK'-oM, who was sick. Mrs Donaldson ar companlff! then) home for ;i \islt. Mrs. Jennie Miller and Miss Anna Herdman w i e bhopptnff in fct. L.oufs Tuesday. Mr timl ilia. Kh Cuy left Tuesday for an cxternlcd ^ !sit with friends in Kansas. Mrs. T. M. Hess was m LHchfield Tuei- Mr nntl Mrs J. E Kirkland and children are vM'snt,- friends in Cement tliia ^eek. M i t \\'i}\ Ford of St. Louis, Is the gueBt of Mra AVarrert Christopher. Mrs. Jpnnle Machlels is in Blue Mound this u cck \jsltlrig htr son Herman. Miss JOP Bayer of Edwarclsvllie, Is here visllins her sister Mrs. E. C Ooy. Mru John Morris and children returned to t t i f l r home In ITUlElioro Xueaday after a visit hew with rclntivcs Miss Xora llanhey of JerseyviHe, wa§ lirro this week vltltine Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. McLean. Miss I^na Kceler of St. LoutK. was here Tuesday tr attond the funeral of her aunt Mr«. Mart Woodall Mr. niul Mrs. W. O Trott wont to St. ouls T»eacl:iy From there Mr. Trott wont . Vinlta. Okia., nnd Mrs. Trott to Colorado t-prinss, Colo, Mr. Trott \\ill join hyr later at Colorado SrrlnKB. .,, I'rotesRor and Mra. P. A Tate l e f t Wednesday for Northern Michigan, where they BRIEF NEWS ITEMS FROM NIANTIC Nlantic. July 11.--Miss Tressle Boll has returned to her home from Patoka where she made a f o u r weeks' visit with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Hugrh Moore, Miss Gertrude Bowman and Edward Benedict have returned from an auto trip to Holdredee, Neb., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moore and family. Mr. and Mra. A. R. Knox and son, of Normal, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Knox and sons here over Sunday. Mrs. Jessie Ammerman and son ana Mi'ss Ada Harp ot Kentucky, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C, A. Hall and other relatives in this vicinity last week. Miss Callle Willis was the guest or her friend, Mrs. Dan Blackford and son in Mt Pulaskl Saturday and Sunday. Mr.'and Mrs. Earl Hill and children o£ Springfield, visited over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wren and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hill. Miss Katie Hickman has returned from a visit with her cousin. Mrs. James Richardson, in Decatur. Mrs. Elizabeth Sweet returned Tuesday from where she had been v i B l t i n gher daughter. Mrs. Florence Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cresslo have moved to Decatur. will , \ l s i t tMoir patents a few week? Mlf* Ethel Prnko of East St. Louie, Isttint; Mr aii'l .Mrs J, M. MANY HEAR M'KINLEY. A large audience heard William B. McKlnley give his Illustrated lecture in the Methodist church here Tuesday evening. Everyone is cordially invited to attend the Mothers' club's ice cream social and entertainment on the Methodist church lawn Saturday evening, July 11. Mrs. William Bratton and Mrp. Ina Johnson and children of Springfield, wore the guests of Mr. and Mrs. U B Kitch and family Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jackson and children, lola and Cecil, have been visiting for the past week with relatives in Raymond Hopkins and daughter, Vera, of Patoka, spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. F. X. Boll in this place. William Baird has returned to his home In New Rockford, N. Dak., after making a several weeks' visit with his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. James Knox and family. Born, Monday, July 6, to Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Booker, a daughter. Miss Ruth Pettus ot Detroit Mich., spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk Downing and other Nlantle friends, Mr. and Mrs. William Qa»s and son, Charles, spent several days this week ·with friends in Buffalo. Mr. and Mrs. Howard McLemore moved Tuesday to the Bratton house recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mcljemore. Mrs. Arnold and daughter, Lucille, of Blue Mound, have been visiting for the past week with Mrs. Arnold's mother Mrs. Mary Tippit, In this place. Mrs. Robert Jones and son, John R. returned Wednesday from Decatur ·where they visited for the past week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs R. F. Smlthers. Mrs. Charles Benvenuto and children Lucille and Roy, returned home Wed nesday from an extended visit with relatives in Ohio. SURPRISE PARTY. A pleasant surprise was given Geors E Llndsey at his home here Wednest^ evening, July 8, in honor of his seventy eighth birthday anniversary. The af f a i r was arranged by Mr. Lindsey'i children. About forty guests wen present and several delightful hour! were spent with the host. Delicious re freshments of ice cream and cake wen served. Miss Ruth Leonard of IHiopolis spent leveral days this week with Mr. and Mr*. Fred Leonard near here. Mrs. Frank J. Prltchett left Tuesday for Oklahoma to make an extended vls- t with relatives and friends. Carl Jett of Decatur, visited his father, Edward Jett here Wednesday before leaving; for a trip to Seattle, Wash., and other western points. ILLIOPOL1S. Mr«. Shou»e'» Sunday school class enjoyed n outing on the Sane«mon, river banks Thursday" About fifteen members were Pr MIss'°Gii«sie Grubb was hostess to the Dorcas club in her home on Thursday afternoon. Miss Miriam Rosensteln of Decatur, »as Misses "Lela' nnd Nettle Norred of Arkansas, are here visltlns their grandparents, Mr. riike Daley was In Springfield Wednes-O 'H Da'ke'wa* a business visitor In Decatur Vednesday. , Miss Ruth Lenard WM a Decatur shopped John Shellar passed Wednesday In De- Mis. Joe Davis of Karristown, passed Wednesday in Illlopotis. Ben Dorrell of SnrlnElWd. transacted business in IHiopolis Thursday Miss Ruth Myers was a Decatur shopper Mrs" Lei Cantrall and daughter, MUs 31yra, were Decatur visitors Monday. Miss Kathrine Benham has returned home from Arthur. Mrs Lena Wlicoxsln has returned after a week's visit with relatives near Me- chanlcsburg. Douglas Leonard has purchased a new Miss i«na, KIrby still remains seriously 111 at St. John's hospital. , , . _ . . Harry Knotts was In Springfield Thuri- "jri's 1 Margaret Woodruff of TallulU, Is the miest of Mlsj Frank Elizabeth Dackc. Edward Enos has purchased a new Ford Ca Mr. anfl Mrs. O«car Pollartl and son Truman, of Iowa, have arrived in IHIopoHs to make their home. Born Thursday, to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Flak, a son. BEL AND. John Loney and family Is entertaining Mr. Loney's brother and family from Chicago. A reception was given Elder I. A. Crow and wife at the Christian church 'Wednesday night. Golda Marvel Is visiting at Cisco. SylUa Finch of Emmlngton, is visiting Union church service will be held at the Methodist church next Sunday nlplit Dr Barton of Malta, has bought Dr Steln- er"s practice and has taken posreslon. HARRISTOWN ITEMS I OF INTEREST Harrlstown, July 11.--Mr. and Mrs. Walter Garrlott of Elwin, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John McClure. Born, Sunday morning, to Mr. and Mrs. 'William Robbing, a daughter. Rev. W. S Dando and wife entertained all the children who assisted In the exercises Children's day at the Illlnl parsonage Thursday afternoon, July 2. Ruth and Lena Worley are ependlng a week at IlHopolls with relatives. Roy Gambrei and family have moved from the Fishing club near Decatur, to the C. R. Scroggin property. Jeff "Wllllard Is preparing to move hia residence from south of town to a lot Just south of the Christian church. Miss Nira Cowen has returned home after a weeks' visit near Warrensburg with her cousin, Ruth Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Batchelder were called to Tuscola Saturday on account of the death of Mrs. Batchelder's mother, Mn. Loyd. .Forrest Brown and family have a new auto. Mr. and Mrs, Cyrus Tucker and Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson visited Sunday afternoon with J. L. Tucker and family. Mrs. John J. Batchelder and daughter. Joy, returned to Decatur Monday after a few days' visit with Mrs. J. L. Tucker. Mrs. W T. Eaton and daughters, Helen and Frances, and her niece, Helen Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J E. Brown, left Tuesday afternoon for their home In Tyler, Tex. Whlta her* they have been the guests of J. C. Batchelder and Mrs. J. E. Brawn. Rev. Dando and wife were In DecatuS Tuesday. Threshing began Tuesday on the D. B. Batchelder farm and Mr. Batcheldeq waff out from Decatur for th« day. SIDNEY. palgn' Thursday. Mrs Harry Swartz was a Champaign shop* per Wednesday. Mrs. Harry Swartl visited h«r daughter in Phllo Thursday. Mrs. H. M. PurtU was a visitor In Cham Ready Help 1 in time of physical trouble caused by indigestion, biliousness resulting f re. a torpid liver, inactive bowels, ii always given, quickly, certainly, safely bythemost famous of family remedies; BEECHAHTS PILLS Lar*«t SmttafAmr H«Ucb» fatfeWoiU. Sold «»e-»wler«. la bcxM, lOe., Me. HEAD CUT AND TOE IS DISLOCATED ,1. .1 Mv I I -- M I s ^ K l m n ! . - I ' t l n K o n the pon Ii at her tl ,, ,. T . . · ' - . . d l . litf a l l n w d the , ; ,|, |p. « I h si · wu silling to rock ,,.,, ,., , r t i . . ..!i,". t h r o w i n g her upon t i ,. .·!,..], i h | i w w l n o her head -ir i, k Hi" con'-rcto w a l k , c u t t i n g a l.-ir,-"!- K.i.M: n i . i l In tho .'all one of her X n l i ' h a Trailer, little tan of Mr. ami Mrs- H. J. TrnrUT. rifar IJntner. while In ll.immoni! Tuesday evening fi'll from th« autotniMle, c u t t i n g a severe gash In his head. GIVES A PARTY. MT«. K. C. loiter entertained several of her Klrl f r i e n d s Tuesday afternoon nt the home of her parent*, llr. nnd Mrs. I» M. Teniplo. Mrs. Letter and the ·r'.rlfi were former school and classmates. The former left Wednesday for h»r horns In Jacksonville. LOAD OF WHEAT BURNS. B. P. Black lost a car load of wheat which probably caught fire through the carelessness of some smoker. Rev. T. A. Adams of LovlnKton, will preach at the Methodist Episcopal church next Sunday morning: and the local pastor In the evening. Rev. Mr Montgomery will occupy the pulpit at LovlnKton In the morningr. Fred Shockey, of Decatur, visltad Dr J, H. McNutt Tuesday. Mr. Shockey Is looking for a location for his bakery and If h« can f i n d a suitable building h» will likely locate hen. MIss«s Athft and Elizabeth Vancuren l«ft Wednesday for an extended vis: with relative* In Nebraska and Colorado. A number of the business houses ha- TRY THIS NERVE TONIO Trill Pickici of Writ's All Who Wrttt "£ short time ego. 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