The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 15, 1914 · Page 4
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Paste four T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Wednesday Evening, July 15, 1914* is pun Sociability Tour to Promote Highway. O P E N F O R T R A F F I C Motorists to Come Through Dccatur in August. \i n , .·,, 1,1. in '·. n : tnn'1, f' r i ,,,,,, . i , ,,, ,, ,, ,,, i i . in M. I il I It , ,, ,i, ,,' iiit i in In « I I ..... «' 'I '· " i lk . ., (M i ,m l f t I i t i l» in- t . i,, ,,. i i i ' \ « H. n '"»' i " ..... , ,' . I. Mini: · ' Ih HOLABIRD TO CHALMERS MEETING W. P. Himcll, of LovlBirtnn. »d W. B. \Vtmrer AIno O«, A n HoUblrd, proprietor of tho Dor a l u r A u t o Hiirain-. with W. F. Unwell. l m i - i K (iBClit In ]xvlngton. and \V. \\C.I\IT. of Poontiir w i l l \f\n \Vcd- rd.iv f V o n l r i K for notrolt to visit the a l i n r r H f u c t n r Thi-y will then so l. y i , n n t m Cfrtnr Point, Ohio, where ti.ry « l ' l i i l t r m l a convention of Otml- i r t T n . i r i n t n f r o m nil over th« t'nltfld H i n t o H , \ h t h ''onvftn'R them next Prl Bridge Company Gets'I. T. S. Job at Peoria. Shop work wan started at the Decatur Bridge company plant Wednesday i n n v r t l l ' R u i v i " I I I - J I L r i i - i t u r B r i d g e COITlI'iiliy pittuv ,t i;uin,u-"- m \ A t t h o convention, Ihe s o l l l i i K morning on tho first 600 tons of gird- r ,,.|i,t» or (hi- rnr and now I m p r o v e - | ( | n ,, n(} p t i u o l u r a l steel which within i i - n l n i.r* lirmiKhl out nmi dtummcil |,, ,,,. m o n t h s w i l l fnltlll the contract Tin- p u n 11 ill i ' t u r n to DerMur n e x t ' I t I J. E. YOHE TO MOVE STORE will fultlll the etween the Decatur company and the addition to the hospital, remodeling the present building and providing for the present indebtedness. About ?20,000 will be spent in the new building. The Indebtedness amounts to $27,000. The lest of the $50,000 will be spent in the remodeling. The hospital now has accommodations for about sixty patients. When the new addition Is made, it will be able to take care of about eighty or more. BEER FURNITURE CO. BEER FURNITURE CO. Mill Take , , . , , ,. i , I i - . ' .. n T, r - , II , ,i. , . t ,i il ii-'li Itl mill " I,,., j i \t t l I,* tin » · ''I- »f * » B . . I I i l l ,. I I i In | ' ln«t. 'I h i , , , , I in . ' v il · i I ...... H , , . , in t n t in i n if i it , t , . I , ..... \ h l ' I t l . n , , ..... I. II. li !«T«nn · !·' I... i | ii ' I I ^ . . i i \ 1 . .1, I K . \ l i I I , , i , . i i l l ! . li- I'U f t . , , , , . u I 1 I Ml "i- I ' l K e · . ,, ...... M I I h « V l« Mil I I . , 1 II I I - II . - t llttl.ll ' , i , . , , ' , ! ' t . i ! 1 1 Ii » ( »TJ , ,. . ! iti ' I it I' '" t '1* l°« ' , 1 » · I . 1 I in I I n. I , : I , I I I I . I I , I ' ' ' · i , ,, , , , . . , i I . , n n i l - o i l I . ; , ,, u 11 I' I U II - H P 1 r . " \ l i t . , ,! ^ r - M i l , .1 U . 'I. f ' i T k " 10 SI I ,-r I-. ] . ! · · ., i, I M 1 1 ' |-\ C I S \ i i ' ! l t t v r u n ' [ « M l - r i e Hn"" 1 ,. ,,i , i i i . , ' l r l ' i n I ' .t"»i'h t i . f .l i . I i n t \ . i · \1 · . i n. i n .. if I " it '"'" . IP' , ,,. ., "' II !''" f r'lk n, · Tl t" , , ,, I ,, u II I . I 1 1 1 II III I'l I l l i n o i s Traction System lor all tho ..leri minleil In the building of a new t e r m i n a l and general office building to b" hullt by the traction company at 1 , 0 1 1 . 1 The h u l l d i n g will he erected on th- »ltf of the old National hotel, tlniiin ^»c-«t«"l In (lie Mew |,(oh u.is dpstroj-od by fire eome time · i l n l r ftilnau. !.-KO. 'I » cost of about ?400,00n. i: Yoln w i l l innve 111" k W ' l ' ^ j ]S BIG CONTRACT. r , f ;rn. hl ;,?;;r^ r r,r f «r:; T,,, ,,,,,*. ,omp. n ,. w 0n th . 0^ ,. ,,,-r,,pl^ hv Ml.-hnrl n r t i l n u , I ' d r t l t i B . . = a m h t a number ot the largest ,, (h, foot of M,.M.lia,u s t r e e t , -nd most I m p o r t a n t steel works In he n i n t n '1 ho contract is one of the 1 irsost to Hr received by the local v.oitf d u r i n g the year and proves the ,,, l i g h t in which the bridge roinp.inv IB seen In hlgscr business cir. i-li"; Tli* 1 De''itur plant is capable of t u r n i n g o u t 1.000 tons of steel a month, and o f f l r c i s nay the^llme limit on the pipsent contract Is ample. The nfvv terminal b u i l d i n g will be ishlonort a f t e r the lines of the f i n e s t r l t i i r t u i p * of the same kind in the o i i n f v BoMdes regulation train sheds and n c rommodationa for passengers. HEAR REPORTS OF CONVENTION Reports from the recent convention held at Dalton City were given at the meeting of the Christian Endeavor s-ociety of the Third United Brethren c h u r c h Tuesday night. The reports v*ere made by Barney Robinson and L E. Weaver. Other delegates will re- rort'Sunday evening. .A. devotional committee was appointed, consisting of i. E. Weaver, C. Johnson and Mr. Robnlson. It was decided to hav 0 Miss Bessie Haffner, a missionary, who ib to BO to New Mexico, to come heie next month Mr. Robinson gave to the society a book, Txpert Endeavor." MID-SUMMER SAVINGS . H I ' \ u r I The rooms nou "ccu- it \,\ Y t i h e In Hie linnk h u l l . I. nor ale n w n e . i bv .lotin rilrli'h It 1- n u r t e r Hi u ( h e l u i n k I n i l l i l l n K « ' l l « u e x t e n w n e r e p n i r N CALEB SMITH AND FAMILY LEAVE Mr rinrt Mm Tnlel, S m i t h «mi 'nil. r i w l n . l e f t Tnesdav nleh' f'r t h " east. Mr Mrrlh woei» on the huMness of the r n m M n i t l o n K o u n l ^ i i n r o n i p a n j . f o r I ' l It l.lk. i i - i e ' M t ..... '· ' n n i t i ' t i l n i r i -il. I I - . « I- n '·. , r I I , . U'T i t - h Tl . t n 1' li i f T tnMI of ' ""^ -l! B I M I I I I T I N . I' 1 "'' n |. ,i · |. ,. , |, K r . i i - i ] Itl ' 11 Inc, ,, 1 1 1 1 j i « - h . " i - h n 1" " l ' i " r . .. M i ' i n l t i k . on. 01 m r . r e i ' . I n k " I , , l " \ , c u t · . rr · · In ' " t"« n M t. 1,1 i n n n . ...irn. t r i p « 'm u . u i M U K ' t" ' In I" · i ' l . . n " r mi "1 p i r t \ M , n , ·, ... u r. n ., * w I I he i r , ,, . ,| . . 1 ,1.. ir t'' m i t - It .., -1 , I I . Ml ' I I Ir · · 'It w h i c h h e I B Roncm! n g e n t In t h e east- e r n t f r i ' t n n Mri P m i t h w i l l t i u f l w i t h h i m i l l w l n t r i V J I n l n M n l t l i Ifc »-'.in*: r u t o n hi*- i . i . n t l n n Ho w i l l r-- t i i r n i n t h e f u l l t o E n i k n or.|l-i. r e. n t i - r e h- m i p r o f r s a n r of mus.lf T 1 PV « l l l I T I t \ m l t h r " n ~ h t h e e i ' . i n ·tfiti · Mr n ml M r « S m i t h nine been m i l - !ns t h e i r home In O k n h o m a flti.. b u t export to loLiite e l s e w h e r e . Thev h i \ e h--n \ l H i l | . t n l i ' i if ne o f M = r i i h I."". I s i t r t h r i o a r t u o . her' 1 Mrlnl Content llelil lit M"i'»n. R a l j t h '-^ites w . i r ,n irded tho £ I T ?r nierl.il i n t n 1 I.A^ ^ o n l i ' - t « h - n .it M l - r n n T'K l i \ f \ P l i l n s ; imiler til- i n s pi,-, ,,f ( h - \!l n « '' T r I'h" t ' m p e r n m e r|. in l u s t r a t i o n ph en b\ the b., i « is gr"ot!\ F.pvi e u l a t , ,1 Tin- T«ni!|. p i n l n'lle q n n i t r t f u r n N h ' ^ i l tlu 1 m n s l r T h e e n t i r e proErrim tv-i^ s n r h n c u r r - ^ ' [ h i t It 11 ns i cqiioMort to l l a ^ p I t repe-ii.,1 the last of thi- neck. M i - L : i l l e L o r t n c - r \ a n " ^ a s In . b i - e of iie. c n n t c h t , anl the J u d g e s v . i . M i « f n i d l l Miss M , t ] l l e \ n r t e r f o n of Mi^on ana Mrs M'Ml D ^ ^ l s of Pc, Mm M I P K i a r s w i l l C o n d u c t a vouns; n o m e . , v r o n t ' s t at B"\\" F r n l r l ' n e \ t F r l d i v e v e n i n g it win c o n t a i n general offices occupied LOCAL PASTORS AT SPRINGFIELD RCT. AMIIlain He3-ne nnd He». Theodore Lolirmnnn at Hoipltal Donrd. Km V U l l l i m H e n e and Rev T h e o - dore I o h r m n n n were in Springfield T i i e « l i \ t o a t t e n d t h e m e e t i n g o f t h e S n i n i - f i e l d h o s p i t a l bo.ird At this m e r l i n s t " " hoard took care of the nonrts th.it ira to he floated for Ihe I 11 r ml o t h , Thr t" i b o u t n n o it r i i u b h u o k . general manager, dsln. general supei I n t e n d e n t , o f t i r c r s ,lue company has been con- bid on the c o n t r a c t for N. H. WELSH IS NAMED DELEGATE : H Welsh was appointed delegate to the annual conference of the United B i e t h r e n church, to be held In Bloom- Ington In September, at the q u a r t e r l y conference of tho First U n i t e d Brethren church Tuesday n i g h t . The alternate is A. F Pmkston The q u a r - terly meeting w a s presided over by by V. W. Overtoil, the presiding elde' lie gave a. review of of the quartei s v ork. s h o w i n g e\ er; thing in good -on- tion i This is the week that you can get some mighty good bargains in iouse furnishings. A week in which we cut the price of our regular stock at least 80% to 33 1-3%. There are lots of people who, don't know what good things we have at this store, what good furniture and what low prices. Come in and see, we von't ask you to buy; just look around; its one thing sure, you'll buy here later. QUALITY "IS WHAT WE HAVE AND WHAT YOU SfldlLD BUY TO....$1.15 Folding Go-Carts - $5.00 Eubber Door Mats ^ . · · -$1-00 Outing Carts $11.00 Dressers 5^. · $3.75 Lawn Mower $2.75 $4.00 Sanitary Couch $3.00 Porch Chairs % off. LAWN SWINGS 9x12 Matting Rug... \ . T .$ 2.50 9x12 Brussels Bug $13.85 40c Sultana Carpet. r . r .28c 9x10 Art Square-- . : .$ 8.25 9x12 Axminster Rug $20.00 40c Kolorfast Matting 28c Linoleum, odd lengths.-^...-...---40c PORCH SWIIGS LOTS OP HOT WEATHER, GET A HERRICK REFRIGHlATOR ITCll ECZEMA I Sealy Mattress, This Week Only, $10.00 Cured by our Saxo Salve Bagdad, Fla.--"To all people suffer-, ing from eczema of any form I want' to recommend Saxo Salve. I tried , everything my friends would suggest ' for itching eczema on my hands, but nothing helped it at all until an old lady told me about Saxo Salve and one tube has entirely cured me."--CALVIN WILSON, Bagdad, Fla. If we can t cure your skin trouble with our Saxo Salve and Saxo Soap wa will buy back the empty tube. This is the Store of Quality and Low Prices. Beer Furniture Co. 332-338 N. MAIN ST. ron Bed and lattress a a Cut ?rice. Cme in. A Lovely Complexion To Outlast the Years HYSICIANS and skin specialists say that exercise of the muscles and massage ftf the skin are absolutely essential to prevent wrin-* kles -- to insure a beautiful complexion. The 5helton Llectric Vibrator and its appliances are scientifically constructed to massage the facial tissue. Just turn the switch and the firm but gentle action of the soft rubber cup or brush as you move it over the face will build healthy, glow" ing tissues and develop the lovely complexion which every woman desires. The cleansing motion of a She'.ton reaches into every pore and removes all impurities. It is made in many styles and sizes, from the tiny "De Luxe" for die boudoir to large vibrators for physicians' use. Write today for interesting illustrated booklet v/nen you come to Chicago, be sure to visit Electric Over 2000 Things Electrical ELECTRIC SHOP -CHICAGO Michigan and Jackson Blvds. iiMiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiliiiilHiiiliiiiiinimnnuiiiinj Out-of-Town Cutomers This U the store for you. No trouble to find what you -want here. We handle all of the well- known and advertised drug store goods. Buy them here at cut price*. Get the habit, and traihere by mail as satisfactory as though you came in person. Le "Uncle Sam" deliver our goods t«pou by parcel post. \Ve please back." Most Everybody Needs a Good Summer Tonic We sell a guaranteed remedy and specific for disorders of tho blood. Eur-Ber Blood Balm This is not an ordinary "patent medicine." but a scientific prescription, the formula of which is known to us. It w i l l tone up the system, piuify and increase the blood, and put new energy and life into you. We sell (Kn a ?1.00 bottle for We positively g u a r a n t e e to refund purchase price if Bur-Ber fails to benefit ou. Stock Up Before You Go Away Enjoy this sammerto the fullest. Dance. piny outdoor game-', take in shows,[eadan nctlve life--unvexed by perspiration odors or ugly sweat rioga. i«U.l7. seirout money buck 50c per bottle. Di-Li-Po Will Cure Indigestion and Stomach Trouble. When You Hare Heartburn, Sour Stomach, Water Brash. Gas on Stomach, Distress after Meals, one dose will give you instant relief. Are you weak, run down and nervous? Arc you afraid to eat for fear it will cause distress in your stomach? How many times do you sit down to the table and say. "I would like to eat so- and-so, but am afraid." No need loi this. Come here, get a box of Di-Li-Po then eat what you want. Before yo' get up from the table, take one dose Watch the results, and see how goo. your stomach will feel. No distress- no sourness--no gas--no bloating. Di Li-Po digests the food and converts i' into good blood, prevents fermentation and makes your stomach feel like new. 87c 45c Toilet Soaps. Take along on your trip your favorite soap. We handle all the popular brands. Colgate's, Kirk's, Jergen's, ancUth- ers. · 5c cakes, "" 6 for A splendid line of lOc toilet soaps, including genuine Castile, Jap Rose, Peroxide Bath, Colgate's English Palm, and others, 3 cakes Scott's Tissue Towels. A genuine toilet necessity. Handy, economical, clean. You'll like the nifty sealed Tourists' Package of sanitary products; contains 6 soft, clean, white "Scot- Tissue" towels, 1 Scott Sani-Komb, 1 clean, white wash cloth, 1 portion of soap^and 1 sanitary drinking cup. " "" All for Colgate's Week End Comforts. Just the thing for the short trip. A combination package, containing a small bottle Colgate's Violet Toilet Water, a small can talcum powder, a cake of Cashmere Bouquet soap and a_small tube of Colgate's Dental Cream. All for Stationery. Take along plenty of writing paper. We have a splendid selection of box paper with envelopes to match. Tablets of all kinds. Popular prices lOc and up. Combs and Brushes. A big assortment of combs in rubber, horn and dressing combs in white or black, lOc to $1.00. All kinds of hail- brushes, 25c to $2.00. Tooth Brushes, lOc to 50c. Clothes Brushes, Nail Brushes, Bath Brushes, etc., at popular prices. Drinking Cups. A handy collapsible -J A ,, aluminum cup at Avr V Leather Novelties. Big line of card cases, wallets and purses, 50c and up. See the traveling sets, stationery HKn $9 Hfl sets, in leather I tlC to «PArf.VVJ Thermos Bottles, Carafes and Lunch Kits. Newest models--a large line of tf»-| A A genuine Thermos goods, up f rom. «P ±»l/vf Fountain Pens, largest line in the city. We feature the Parker Self-Filler, Parker Jack Knife Safety, Parker Lucky Curve, and the new popular Shaeffer Self-Filler. A splendid line of pens to meet I» 1 C'A individual tastes; up from «P J.«t/v Antiseptic Solutions. Take them with you. Save money here on Peroxide of Hydrogen. Highest grade, lOc, 15c and 25c. Listerine, lOc, 20c, 40c and 75c. Dioxogen, 20c and 60c. Glyco-Thymoline, 20c, 40c and 85c. Mosquito Lotion. Zemo will relieve mosquito bites and poison ivy. 20c and 75c. We also recommend Nyal's Mosquito Lotion Shaving Supplies. Here's the place to buy safety razor outfits. Gem and Ever-Eeady, ·omplete, $1.00. Sexto-Blade, $2 and $3.00. Durham-Duplex, Auto-Strop, and Gillette out- 'its, $5.00. We handle extra blades. We'll save you money on shaving soaps, creams, )owders, talcums, toilet waters, etc. All the lopular advertised brands such as Colgate's, Villiams', Sanitol, Mennen's, and others, sold t lowest cut prices. Jeadache Remedies. Have a package of gooeJ leadache remedy in your suitcase. It may ·ome in handy. Royal Headache Remedy, lOc and 25c. Davis' Headache Powders, lOc and 20c. Orangeine, lOc, 20c and 40c. Big line of similar remedies. Mothersill's Seasick Remedy. A positive relief in all cases of seasickness, train sickness, and nausea caused by motion, climbing, etc. A boon to all sufferers from sick- '7P»f» ness of this kind. Two sizes, 40c and I tl v Preparations for Sunburn, Tan, Etc. We have your favorite toilet preparations on sale at cut prices. All the advertised reliable preparations, Palm Olive Cream, Kosmeo Cerate, Sempre-Giovirie, L'Almo, Hind's Honey and Almond Cream, Berry's Freckle Ointment, Wilson's Freckle Cream, Pond's Vanishing Cream, and scores of others. 50c packages at 40c; others at 35c. Most 25c packages at 20c; lots of them at 15c. A big line of foot powders and anti-perspiration powders. Ask for them. Dentifrices of all kinds. Tooth pastes, powders or creams. Ask for your favorite, at 15c 20c or 25c. Take a fresh supply with you on your trip. Dandruff the Cause 01411 Hair Troubles ,. By massaging your scalp once or sice a "week with CRUDOL, the new crn. oil product, you can keep your hair , a healthful condition, stopping danorff and the loss of hair. As you value-sir hair, step into our drug store today, jd get a package of CRUDOL Sends lOc for Sample Tube of CRUDOl Hair Tonic. The Crudol Products Corporation 1777 Broadway. New York 25c Buy the genuine CRUDOL Hair Tonic here, per tube.. How would you like to have trim *d shapely finger nails with the perSct outline so much admired? Just aply CL'TEX with an orange stick whfch comes in every package. CU'lX smoothes away the rough cuticle n- stantly and does the work in half le time required by ordinary methods. i r o more cutting of the cuticle. No n»e jabbing and torturing the roots of 4e nails, 2oc'and 50c bottles. I THE DECATUR DRUG CQ r- THE BIG D R U G S T O R E ---. VVe sell the 51.00 sice at The 50c size at only 33 I-333 N o r t h Wafer 5*. T H E M O S T O F T H E B E S T WMYNOTTRY POPHAM'3 ASTHMA REMEDY \ Prompt and PoelUre Belief In Bnrfl Ok \ 75C * *"* 0 We sell the regular 51.00 size here at Rat Corn Kills Bats and Mice No Odors or Smells; No Poison It nrammif ies them. No matter where they die. they simply DRY UP. Positively do not smell. Will not kill cats, dogs or nun. Rat Corn is new and scientific dis- coverv, and without a doubt the greatest rat destroyer in the world, the only one that kills rats without any bad. dangerous or disagreeable effects. Free booklet. "How to Destroy Rats," with each can. Come in and let uj tell you about it. $1.00 size for.. --75c 50c size for. ...-.-.. : ...ss. · · -40c 25c size for .'.. 20c INEWSPAPERif

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