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1914. DECATUR^ REVTWW Page Thwfc Town i* Growing Fast--To t Hold Homecoming. T liovington, J u l j 11--The school cen- ·us for the Ullage of I x n i n K t o n , w h i c h feas Just been completed, shows the ^1 ]age population to he 1.246 or e x a c t l v 24i more I n h a b i t a n t s than t h e g o i v r n - ment r t n s u s showed In 1 ' i J O The g r o w t h of till* pl.ue In tho pa'"! tout }ears has been remarkable o n J 1: c o n t i n u i n g at a noticeiUe rn" Th coftl mine, of c o u r s t IB responsible for · e \ e n i l h u n d r e d o f t h e t o w n s i n c r e i s i THE I IGL'Kk- The school c * n t u s w a s taken by Kelson 11 Hofcgaiil and in detail Is as fol- l o w s IMali-y under six \ e a i a 61 i n i n l t f i u n t l t : ^ i ^ \ e a r s 73 Total u n d i r slT \ c a r s 1-ti M.ilts \ e r ti uniKr -1 1*1 l e u ' i l o v e r b u n d e r 21 f 1 4 Total o^cr 6, undf-r ^ rol.il of SLliool ase ttdlts c \ t r 21 1 (.-males o \ t r 21 S.o 4 6 7 3-11 T al o \ e r 21 .......... 779 T t t l pi p u U U o n . .... 1,246 Th* n b o \ t fiicuivs are for the \ I l l B s ; t a me a n l do not I m l u U e the r u r a l pop ul.i'i n ' the sen ol d l s t i i c t The r m a l i t n s u " ha*- not \ e t bet n completed but t*ie er i t u t o r Is now at w o r k A \ M AL. HOMFCOMING That L*o\mston w i l l h a \ e her annual 2Ionie n i ' i s, looks to be a certatnf\ A v u l i j i c r i p i i n piper has been e i r c u l a td the pan ft w dajs and more t h a n $^ )0 s u b s c r i b e d It Is expected t h a t i n o i h t r h u n d r e d "will be added to this a n o u n t before a n \ con ti acts are mad« %\ 11*1 band* and f r e e attractions A m e e t i n g ^vas held F r l d a \ m o r n i n g and o f f i rs f I r c t f d and «*ome committee-* na ned V alt- was not dt f i n i t e l y d e c i d e d h i t if the picnic Is R ffo it w i l l l i k o U l i p M i l d the fore part of A u g u s t The p r e s e n t plan is t n h u e a f o n r - d a \ r ' "' c b t i n a l l r ' - ' h H b l l l t j It -will b e t r d - d t o three « n d pos«lM% t w o It K und i - Ptoori t h a r the M u e l l e r *inn 1 of r » t i i - t u r Is b e l n f n \ or i M v consul*, red to f u r n i s h t h e b a n d mu = lc b t ' L L I V A N STOPS Rocfpr S u l l i v a n Democrat! c a n d i d a t e for t ' n l t e d State* SPH t t o r mftr'e l.o\ I P pi on a v i s i t Thursd i\ *t f t» rnoon at 1 3 M r S u l t a n a n d p i r t j wt r e 1 ar*. morn tb in an h o u r the greater part of w l i i h t i m e was spent in m e e t Inc t h e people a n d n o l i c i ' i n ^ support In hi* c. imMf'i \ He Tia^e a b o u t R f H e- mlr.uif* spec h on th*» s t r e e t and wa* heard b\ f l f t or m o r e men The P a r k e r r n m i t l v c o m p a n y a well k n o w n f-e.itneal t r o u p e which hn» been \ t s l i l n s ? t h i s j l a c e for the pa"t few % e a r « w i l l open e w e e k s e n g i g e ment u n d e r canMs here b e g i n n i n g !Mondl. J u l j 13 Tne show Is at A r t h u r this week and 1" l i e i n K w e l l a t t e n d ^ and f i \ o r a b l 5 c o m m e n d e d T h e P a r k e r company is c a r r \ i n K a bane' t h i s season and s e \ e n t » "*n performers I ·3 T» t*"ike who ha» t e e n s p e n d i n g f h « p a « t t w o m o n t h s in Wisconsin e n J o U n c a h i n t l n s r ind f i ' h t n s c trip ha* r e t u r n e d home r F Hosteller, who ir r n " i r ^ r l i ' l Mr D r a k e on tr* t r ' p dif* ri t r 1-1 ' it w i l l -er-s.fr In t h e noi-th- eri w o n Is for Home t i m e ^ e t Mr Hos T * t l " r s w i'i R i d f'l i-r 1 te- Miss A n a r m n t U Mm 1 hlTi and w i l l remain T i l t h h i i in t i l he n t . i r n s hoti« T7e^ T ^ Jlickiell has p u r c h a s e d A Ti* w ' . e p i s s e y i c e r f i il i llT" t o i rlr g n r T^f ]' i l w i- rnn ' t mush t ^ e il«n it- f h i rt r'l n i c e m v for t h l a coun ( 1\ inri r--l !i\ i n l ^ F i d " d a carlo-id r r rii'-« o' t V e 1 l i t e r m a k e \ t t o r n n I n m « s I Hicks of Mont! f. 1'n nr ' V I l i i m T l«*i»r of TiTmrnon ' TrN'M I T n c e r i r f t i s n r r ^ i n e t h e m a l l on ro if 1 one In the p l n n e of rec i l a - c a r r i e r c" "= W rlirbt mho Is t n k l n e h l « h n n m l f i f t e e n ^ i \ s \nc-i*t"n ed f r o m a \lslt w i t h relatives In Oul- ver Rev and Mrs. J C Enlnger and dui K h t e r , Helen, l e f t Monday for W a L s a k e e , W I s , to spend the m o n t h o' J u l y Tl e M M 'W. club w e n t to Fariea p,irk, near Decatur, for a p i c n i c Thurs- M];s B l a n c h e Lo'veiasg of Ta\lorville is the iftiest of Bement friends thla « e i k Mi^fet 1 - Ethel Rose and Quisle Parker a i e " f e n d i n g : t w o weeks at Battle C r r e k Mich Mr I 'e\ and sister. Ruth Helen are ffuf^t 1 * of t h e i r grandmother, Mrs M tt \ R o b l n n o n , Mi « P u r c e l l Tick of Montlcello was i niic-t of Miss B f s a l e Muthcrsbaugh \\ f 'ni'i ia% Mr K-iv MOOK -nd c h i l d r e n of Red O i k IT n r r j \ e j ^ h u r s d a ^ t o \ i s i t M t = - J T Moore and f a m i l y Misbeq M a r \ r-nd M y r t l e Madden of Hon er ire \ i M t l n g Mr and Mrs D H I I I W C H Mi 1 - ^ i l J i v H - u s h h i r g e r was a Der i t u r x i ' . i t o i \ \ i _ d n f s d i v M i s s N e l l i e M c X a m e e Is v i s i t i n g f li ids in Ottltt i F i n tn \li i n d Mr^ WilUus a rl ill-;] trr Tin i d i\ J u H 2 M *· I n d Fiblier and Miss M i n n i e H ^ l H - n o v i s i t i n g r e l n t n i b i n M n n o d t h t - \ \ e i k ( l,O*r ON THURSDAY The f o l l o w i n g m e r c h a n t s \ \ l l l t l o s ^ tlu r More*- CM T lull s l a y a f t e r m o n 1 5 liirmsr 7 ih and A u i r u s t A c " \ ^ T i d r 11 I w i n g Ho. « m l t h L « F t o n \ r \ « - w c i i s o n Flr«t \ - i t i o i n l b i n k Poi\ c r A P U k m s o n Ta^]or and « 'P ^ ^ M Bortx State Bank of B e m e n t Dr 4P t r t J l e l d T G Biu«r I* \ P e l t n n K i i p p ^ h a n l n i l e \ \ B r n d l ^ Pin HT 1 i « ors?e Th mpson K B I I i i l « Mrs a N A H o i d a l l "iu,htc-s F t h f l i n d H t-n eft ^ \ e l n r ' - i a ^ for T M « i t « i t h r c l l t n e s i n Poorl i \ d i u t r h * i - u i ^ r r r n to Mr -ind Mrs \ r t h u r L i m l Tr Tuesd n l u H " Airs Jne R e r r \ of Flori 'a CIITK "fl ^d n e - - l a \ to \ ' it M i s . N \ T n c , i n d ''a m 11 \ A N O T H E R GOT \L'TO T t u a s G t r i E . e L a i f e u n f f ^ ^ o r h l e ' = w h o s. it t! f a u t o i n n h i l f tho I o u r t h in ··t, id f V i s , r i d k =1 i - l c n i as \\ is t c i - i n - l i n o f M r ' a r s o n nul i t w i r e p o i t t l ht acted f c r h f r b u t t h s ms H m l s f i k e Mr I,T-son s"ld it to M I t I T A ! o r for S i l I Mr and Mrs ^ i l l i mi lln i Is and '-on j T nn w e n t to M t t h i s a n ^ e d n c '-nav 1he\ w i l l ^ l ! l t in I.ni - ng ind \ i c k s - Thp r h r l " - t l a n c h u r l h e l l a Ian n s o n i l a t t h e honu of t h p i s t o r Re\ Mi 1! .ko T h u r s r l T \ M nmi; Mr i n ) Mr-. I L M i nK It't ^un- I'T\ f i r t h u r f u t u r e h n t i n M e m p h i s Fenn K F c h iw mide i ' u 51 ness t r i p to ' IL.O the f i r s t of i l l ^\ · eK M r U J D n \ i*- \ i s l t l n a r her m t li Mrs M a r \ ou f o r d in Hlo im i n - t o i M r s F l i k ' e and d i ^ h t r r H e t t \ of I i HIM ire S L f s U of M l ' \ l h e - t Uiin Mr i 1 Mrs H r H i u q h of \lison fit \M t eiusls rf t h u r ' s o n C R Hi en o' MTSQI C i t ; w t r e p i r s t ^ o' tl r 8 n C R B i n e h the ' r-t of th « o k \ h u r n E \ \ r i q h t v ho h i been In t h » «n , l o v of ^ n d i e n = « e son has an ",n a p o s i t i o n at = o n t i Bend I n a n d w ' l r n o \ e h i s f a m l H t h e r e the I,i«t of J u ' v Miss M , , V F H w k e s i s v i s l t i n j r a b n - v - t r T d s l s t e j I n D c = M o l n c s ] a ri" im' ^ i - i l r R u s l o f Fo-tst a r e f , M = f - Tn fr f l e n d ~ V s« R u t h B r n d l e \ n i l ! leave S u n d a y fo* L - k o B l n f r to vl^.t relit! es for ? e \ o r a ivecks H F C l o x j of Chicago i l s i t e d his h - " f h e r W a C'ov] the f i r s t of t h » LUST RITES WILLI1 P. IFF Resident of Shelby County Since the Sixties. NEWS OF THETwEEK ' FROM ELWIN Shelbyville, J u l j 11--The funeral of W i l l i a m P R u f f , ivho died at his farm home in Rose t o w n s h i p Thursday afternoon, was held Saturday forenoon ·with religious services at the residence at 9 30, and then at St John's Lutheran c h u r c h a few rods distant, at 10 o'clock Burial was in the c h u r c h j a r d ' U i l l i a m P R u f f was born April 4 1S43, in F a i r f l e l d count}, O While still In his vouth he came to Shelby county Earl\ in ISrg he returned to Ohio and on Feb 6 of that A e a r he was u n i t e d in m a i r i a E B with AIIss Katherine Kneller. The same spring: the couple ret u r n e d to S h e l b y county and h a \ e since m a d e t h i s t h e i r home T h i e e sons. John, better known as "Jack,' Chi 1st and Tobe, the latter of X o r t h Dakota w e r e at the'r father's bedside w h e n the end came He is sur- v i v e d also bv nis wife, two sisters and eierht grandchildren. The f u n e r a l services Saturdav w e r e conducted bv his rastor, the Rev C F Liner WILLI VM SHRIDE DIBS William Shride, a well known farmer and resident of Pickawav township for the greater p o r t i o n of his life died at his home near Obed at 9 o clock Frlr'a.v morning, aftei a long- illness from heart trouble Mr S h i l d e was a b o u t s t x t v years old and bore the rep- u t a t i o n of a good citi/en The aged w i f e and several a d u l t children s u r v i v e NOVFLTY SHOWER Alisses Elizabeth Z i m m e r and Cor- I n n e Steward e n t e r t a i n e d f i f t y f o u r Kiiests at a n o v e l t y shower at the h o m e of C o u n t v Clerk J T Z i m m e r and Sirs Zimmer T h u r s f l a v e v e n i n g : in honor of AI|s s Grace Thorn, who is soon to become the b r i d e of Professor M D Ab- ne.j of S u l l h a n The social a f f a i r T h u i s d i j evening W T S a v e r v prettv I one It was a "sweet p°a" party, w i t h a color s c h e m e of pli k and white ON* WW TO I R E L A N D The Re\ Fither r AI C u r r a n of Ise osra who is well k n o w n in t h i s c o u n t v ind f r e q u e n t l v ministers to pari=hon ere I n Blcr Sprinir and A°=h Grove t o w n ·Mns l e f t T h u i s d a v for a v i s i t to his o d h o m e in I r t K n d R E \ L F ^ T \ T E T R A N S F E R ? Real estit t r a n s f e r s h a v e been re- col ded as f o l l o w s Horatio J B o w m a n to Wilev H Foor, lot 7 block 30 T o w e r Hill S100 N"incy L Pope and h u s b a n d to Flla Fi = s lots 11 12 13 14 15 ini 16 block :·( Oconee $2 000 the label of the Temp-Brew bottle displayed to .them was the practical ad- mlsslon that It contained alcohol, but ·less than one-half per cent" The city made no attempt to prove that Temp-Brew wan Intoxicating, simply resting Its case on the strict Interpretation of the words, ' containing alcohol" The case started in the court of Police Magistrate Beltz, and was taken to Jupstice Dexhelmer on a change of venue. The defense objected to a policeman serving the Jury venire, and It was sent to the sheriff a office, whe'e it was served by Deputy Sheriff Rucker The member e of the j u r y were M E Roberts principal of the hincaid schools. Roy Martin a clerk at Seaton Orr's; O B Hewitt, a former justice of the peace, J B Sturgls, insurance agent; Smith Winslow, son of H E Wlnslow, and w S Ballow, a f i r e insurance agent of the firm of Rasar and Ballow TEACHER EMPLOYED Lewig Harris has been employed to teach the Providerfce school next term at a silary of $70 a month IMFANT DIES Robert C Kennedy, the five-weeks- old son of Mr and Mrs S E Kennedl of North Cottage street died Thursday afternoon at the f a m i l y residence f bowel trouble, after a short illness ON VACATION TRIP. Attorney and Mrs John E Hogan left Friday for Chicago, (hence by boat to Duluth, Minn., and return, the trip being of about ten days' duration, most of which time will be spent on the boat One stop is made at Owen Sound, Canada, ana there Mr and Mrs Hogan expect to meet W D Hoover and family, who left here Thursday morning in their t o u r i n g car for a month's o u t i n g Charles McSJarty, who formerly worked life Insurance here runs a hotel at King's Royal PANA MAN ASKS DIVORCE William McKlttrick, of Pana filed proceedings in the circuit court Frida to the August term for a divorce from his wife Marv E McKittrtck, cnarging desertion The couole have no children and were married Dec 20, 1SS1, and lived together until Jan 21. 1"12 At a mass meeting of the labor interests of the citv, held Thursday evening resolutions were adoptffa by a viva voca v o t e condemning a condition of affairs w h i c h permits Imported labor to be used on public improvement works in p r e f e r e n c e to home labor, and manv s t a n d i n g nearby who were not laboreis Joined heartilv in the chorus of ayes ILLUSTRATED TALKS AT MT. ZION Mt Zlon, J u l j 11--Eianseliat G K. Little of Freenort 111, who has been giving Illustrated lectures here, afternoon and evening, will be bera until after Monday night. The program for the rest of the aeries follows. SATURDAY. Illustrated song service Bible lesson --1st usalm. Great Cartoons. Life motion pictures--"San Francisco disaster Illustrated songs--Tell Mother I'll Se There," The Ninety and Nine ' SUNDAY PROGRAM Morning 10 3p Plain Talk Little Man Big desire Afternoon, 2 30--An old fashioned testimony meeting Night 7 45 Illustrated sons service--Plain Talk, The Lost Son, Bible picture. "The Prodlcai Son " Illustrated songs -- "Ninety and Nine," 'Where Is My Wandering Boj Tonight' 1 Motion pictures--Life of John Bun- CASTOR IA Tor Infant! and Children. The Kind You Hare Always Bougtt Bean the Signature of PUTS 0, K, ONW-! Taylorville Ordinance Upheld in Court. Not Rev H R Mi n t f r i m e r y of HaTrmnd w i l l I r»n h i t t'u M e t h o d i s t ch ir ' here ^ r i ' n v t n r n l n i c at 10 1" The l i ml pa tor He Mr A d a m s w i l l o f u j\ ni-\ Mr M .ntk-onn 1 % s p u l p i t nt H i m ond l i e « l l l d e l k e r t h e s , , r m n on · M n n t l o n t h r r f f i n d t i k e tt e o n f r i m i . . l i i n i t l o n i t n Mi II n At 'h. r h r l M I n n r M i r r h Rev c r H 11 w i n pr ir-h b o t h i n o r * i ! n c and e \ - ·nlnK The m o r n i n s r sermon at 10 4 r w i l l tn- ( h i r ^ h O r d i n a n c e s ' a n f l the eMTlnc n o r m n nt T 4S w i l l be Uke II e P r l x l n x "t Ji-hu ' Ml»» Mildn-ii foe has been avrardeil Ihe r'"no In the N \V I l o f f f f s Booster r o n t e w t Then w i - i e f o u r o t h i r r o n - t r s t n n t c w h o »rui p r l T e n b e i n f j c e r t l f i n t A « on (he [i i r h n » i f n pi i n n \ a l u i ·! « t rn.ni t i l i ( I n n n t i 1 1 ' Mr « n d Mrs I t o l l n I t n t e n h o i i n e of f ) r n n l l n t \ . n r e h ' r f fi r » w e e k s v l « ! t u l t h r i l t t t U i s i»nil f r f i - n i l s ^ n \ n f mid Jjoren ! ' " t i r w h o b n \ e T»i . n » r l m f i h I I I w i t h M n h i ! f fe\ er fur t h e pant t w o » n k « i r i I I I l l t t l i tn l rnml The I i fill.]!· tin K e t t n R i tl er m e t i n K wl I h w n s hi Irt In P i l l l t a n T h n s d n j nf!» r n 'i w a n a t t e n d e d hv s e \ r r n l f r t m l l '« place. BtnonK w h o m w e r e \1- be t \ tlrowtt R e p i i b l k n n r n n d l d H t * f o r i . i i n t \ J i d K i . O r To h ~ o n n n d I ' . r n n ( h « « » r T h e l l r p n h l l e » n s w i l l Ilk i p i t o u t a . o m p l e t i e o n n t v t l k e t fTOPS OfFTO VISIT BEMENT RELATIVES 4M*H *l(fH. Jr. mntlr plrnmirr lrtl»-- Ollirr I.rm«i. r. ment. J u h 11 -- It hn *i!i t \ . ^r n IK. hu«* htcn nn » b t i H l n * ^H m ! l l " '» «irt t i l l t h r r t u f h t!ic N , w I n K l n r t o nml m v . r i l 1 n \ h t h i n W#*h o n Mu r i t u t n t' M l n n i "nta Mr ,· I M r t \ \ » t t « r C!ft\ «1 "f r h i - e««o / t n i x p o r t f il }· rMity fnt a \ I s l t n f l w w t r k * w i t h U ' l ' t t r f t [J» r r n t H lr » n l Mm \V - I ("1o\d iti a n d Mr^ J (J H n u t r h a \ c r « t " r n - NEWSFAFLRllllClliVE® E l u l n J u l \ 11 -- Airs Aiarshall Polio k a d I M ( ' l u ^ b t e r AlTrgraret, a r d O i . i y s T n U o r o f Decatur s p e n t s f \ e i i ^ i v v of t h i s w e e k i l s l t l r u w i t h " P F n l o k RI d w i ' e Aliss Flo'-'.if. K o l p is s p m d l n e this w t e k r m r P t r R t u r \ i v i t i n g be-- iis- te- M's Ed f i l l Mr urcl A f r s Ras rones and l i t t l e "on of ^-ile-n i= ben \ i s i t m ? the f r n », ,, i , . l f , r c h d e i o n . , a n d w i f e A h i r d M s A I I f o n m r d a n d 'ami! Mrs r R I u c k l e r lona ,.na Let! · I ell o' Cow len and \Iav Conna d n' I , it r w e n t *o \\ . d b l n e on Th rs 'n v R n ( i spent t h e d i\ ='e« ,-t Alerrer rf 1 i r r l ' spent the 1 rth n' T I I ' J Ir F l w l n ' h « Sliest of t is pir i s Air a n d Airs 1 ' i r ^ e Merc r Ml" P.i 'h Piper . f t F l w l n Thure- d a v ' u - tin \ten1ed \ l - i t « l t h friends In SI I. j i » t re i ' i r f r (er.icr at h i« M o u n d f ' - i n f ] ^ . i i d n \ at 11 n r, k at Elwin ·ird nt "n p m 1 t i » m . for fie IT n l i ^ s c r v l T w i l l h Insed on '!' " · 1 e T h t ·· i. r w i l l read a f l r i i n l i - n t e n i . t (· t l l e i h u n h to ( tte 1 be subject l . r 1 1] e i e n i n · r n t e n l m i n t I w r i l r ' x w e l c o m e Taylorville J u l 11 --Temp-BreT\ the Lelsj Bre^ Ing company a drj town be^erag·e which Joe Pollard sells along - w i t h his other soft drinks in the room just -west of the R e x a l l store, u is O K d b\ a j u r % as a n o n - i n t o x i - c a t i n g be^ erage in J u d g e Dexheimer s L o u r t Frlda The j u r v d i d n t evident 1 t h i n k m u c h of section 1 of James Leigh B drj o r d i n a n c e w h i c h sa\s t h a t no b e ^ f r r a p e containing 1 alcohol s h a l l be sold w i t h i n the cit\ l i m i t s for on Here's Some "Hot Shots" For the First Saturday Night of The Great Loom End Sale \ \ o m e n s S5 00 and $ 6 0 0 Cloth Dress Skirts, just C4 OC for tonight. .. ai.oa (N'ew Third Floor ) \ \ o m e n s Dress Skills, finest Bilk moire. Chuddah a n d o t h e r b e a u t i f u l materials w o r t h up to Cf QC J 1 2 5 0 , Just for tonight «·!·««* (New Third Floor ) 5 2 0 0 lingerie lau n crepe s k broidered waists, C QQ just for tonight ·* ' ·*·*· (New Third Floor (3 50 Rain Coats a dozen In QCt -ill Just for tonight »«*W (Xew Third Floor ) $15 00 silk dresses latest desiprn' 1 10 in ail, just ffC QC for tonight »».OW Bist table oil cloth 18c q u a l i t y all colors, just 10 G for tonight . . I Wl» (Bargainland) E m b r o i d e r s samples as w i d e as 36 inches hard y ans two alike, CM j u s t for tonight, 8 for «"· (Bargalnland) $1 00 p u r e -ilk double tipped w h i t e a n d black, l u s t f o r t o n i g h t (First Floor) C3j» W 4 W 30 pieces f i n e s t q u a l i t v '5c l a w n J u s t for tonight (First Floor) S t e p h e n s p u r e linen crash, mercerized finish. J u s t 71C i for tonight (First Floor) $1 50 corsets In nearly all sizes and models, to close, f%^if* Just for tonight .. »J«*I» Second Floor ) $1 50 combination suits, gowns and sklrtj, just for tonight 75e double panel underskirts, seal loped edge, embroidered, AQfi just for tonight . HOI* (Second Floor ) $1 50 "Utility ' Dresses, of finest lawn embroidery and lace trimmed a new lot bought for this special occasion, Just for tonight . (Second Floor Special lot children's dresses, sl?es 2 to t and S to 14, worth up to $1 26, Just for- tonlg-ht (Second Floor) .oyrul Anticipation of Motherhood There J* apt to he a lit i t ippr hcnslon of ^Intriis to mar tlu compiLtp jny of exportation Put this H q u i t e o\rrcomo by the advice of so rninj uonn,n to use "Mothers Friend This h an rTtrrna! application designed to so lulirlcato tho mundoB nnd to thu«i 10 rrl!f\o tho pressure rcnctlng 1 on thp run e* tint tho n n t u r n l M r n l n npnn the cordi and Hga- mcrit'i i 1 ? nnt area in pnn led h tlin t -f sovrre palr.i nald to cause nausea m o r n i n g slck- noss ri 1 mnn I icnl dlitrri-spf This il 1* mild rmiirocatlon is known to a multitude of mothers M n n t pcopip believe that thoie r medics w h i c h h.ivo stood the test of time that \\a\t* h c i n put to evcrj trlil under thr \ f u v l n f t condition* of npo. w n l f f h t genenl health t r , may bo safelj relied upon And Jml Ing by tho f i r t that ' M o t h e r s Friend hi* born In o n n t h i u i l uso ulnco our p r n n d m o t h n r i rnrllor \rars nn I is k n o w n t h r o u g h o u t the PnltPd States it »nv ho fnsli i n f c i n t l that H is -?ome- tblnf? t h n t w o m n tilk about and gladly rt nmmc-ml to prospective mothers ' Mothtr'i rrlciul" Is prepared only in our n w n Inbnrntory nnd 19 sold bv drug- p h t i f x i r v w h o n Ask for a bottlp to-day r»ml w r ' t e for a special book for expectant m o t h * r i Arldr*,s B r n d f V ' l Regulator Co , 407 I.auiar Wdg, Atlanta, 3a, Excellent Underwear And Hosiery Values For Tonight Ladies' Union Suits 25c Ladies' fine union suits, sleeveless and lace knee, all sizes, this Saturday only . 25c Men's Fine Union Suits 50c Men's union suits in athletic and balbriggan, short sleeves or sleeveless, knee or ankle length; this Saturday only 50c Children's Union Suits 25c 600 children's union suits, all sizes, well made, as a special Saturday we offer them OCx for ^OC Children's Gauze Vests 3 for 25c Ladies' sleeveless vests that 200 children's gauze vests, stay on and make you com- all sizeg| on sa i e Saturday, fortable. Buy OC/» three them, 3 for ^OC for Ladies' Vests 3 for 25c 15c Infants' Hose 2 for 15c 500 pair of infants' hose, in red, tan and black, that sold at 15c; Saturday only, 2 pair Children's White Hose 2 for 25c One lot of children's white hose, made of superior quality full shank and pearlj white, this sale, 2 pair Ladies' White Hose 2 for 25c Ladies' white hose that give excellent satisfaction, look like a 25c quality, this sale, 2 pair Men's Silk Lisle White Hose 25c Men's fine silk lisle hose, in all sizes; a fine hose for Summer wear; Saturday only 25c HiSGEBHARTO Offering Monday night s subject is "Ten INights In a Bar R o o m , or, the Curse of Drink · aiOTHBR IUL Rev L D Lassw ell receit ed word Wednesday thut his mother was seriously ill In Indiana. He l e f t Thursday morning' to motor through Mrs. Belle Smith went with t^em to i isit her sister's some place near They flo not k n o w just how long th^ T\ ill be gone BAD OPERATION JVOIDED By Timely Use of Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, Mrs. Sowers' Own Statement. Hodgdon, Maine. --"I feel it a duty I owe to all suffering women to tell what Lydia E. Pmkham'i V e g e t a b l e Compound did for me. One year ago I found myself a terrible sufferer. I had pains in both sides and such a soraneas I c o u l d s c a r c e l y s t r a i g h t e n up at times. My back ached, I had no «p- petite and was so nervous I could not sleep, then I would be so tired mornings that! could scarcely get around. It seemed almost impossible to move or do a bit of work and I thought I never would be any better until I submitted to an operation. I commenced taking Lydia E.Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound and soon felt like a new woman. I had no pains, slept well, had good appetite and could do almost all my own work for a family of four. I shall always feel that I owe my good health to your medicine."--Mrs. HAT- WARD SOWERS, Hodgdon, Maine. If yon are ill do not drag along until an operation is necessary, but at once take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. If you have the slightest doubt that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will help you,write to Lydia E.PinkhamMedicineCo. (confidential) I/ynn.Mass., for advice. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman, and held in strict confidence. Dr.J.N.Shallenberger The Regular and Reliable Chicago Specialist. HIS BEST REFERENCE! He ha. vi.ited your town monthly for the put 16 yetr*. DECATUR DECATUR HOTEL Wednesday, July 29, 1914. One day only--and return «vory 38 days. Office Hours: 8:00 A. M. TO 3:45 P. H. I treat successfully tbe cases I ccdertak* and accept DO fee from those that cannot be soceetft- fully treated That is why I continue my visit* ear after year, while other specialists mak* only a few visits and ceasa to return Dr Shallcnbergrer is an eminently successful Specialist In the treatment and diagnosis of Chronic Diseases He has a lone-established and well merited reputation as the result of his large practice and extensive Hospital experience, which has made him so proficient that he can name and explain our trouble in a few minutes It costs no more to be under the care of an experienced physician than an inexperienced one I successfully treat CATARRH. Eye Bar. Nose and Throit Have special treatment for Lung 1 Diseases in early stages SURGICAL CASES and RUPTURE jsv«n Special attention. VARICOCELE and HYDRO- CELE treated. Stomach, Liver, Kidney, Heart, Nerve, Blood and Sk!n Disorders. GALL STONES, Rheumatism, N curalgria and Bright s Disease (n eariy stages InfHmmatlou of the Bladder and diseases of the Female Organs Goitre or Big Veck trea*cd scientifically. Piles, Fistula and Fissure treated without the use o£ the knife or detention from business DISEASES OF MEN. I have a special treatment which I wouM Jik« to explain in person Years of study and personal observation ot manj patients in your \icmity should warrant those afflicted to call and obtain the benefit of his Ion? experience Examination, Consultation aod dttie Fna of Charge and Strictly Confidential. REFERENCES- South Side State Bank. TELEPHONE DOUGLAS 5809 I Dr. J. N. Shallenberger i 2967 Michigan Are. Chicago, BL " l o Whom It J i n Concern 1 was , -ids for two ears w i t h stomach, kid- I nc% and hcjrt trouble I was unable to work and felt mlseraBIe all the time and had almost g u c n up hope I could- 111 eat \crj much and had to suffer a ^icat deal Todi I am eiijn\ini? good I Ii(.alth and eat w h a t I like and fed i;ood. I was treated b Dr. Shallenberger. who has \isited our town for the past sixteen years and I can recommend him If you will write «je I will tell jou all about my case. J. W. Mahan, R. R. 4, Morrison. UL

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