The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 17, 1914 · Page 2
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Page Tw6 T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Friday Evening, July 17, 1914. But License Has Been Returned to County Clerk. '" Pana, July 17.--The marriage of Miss M Hetzser to Samuel Mooney is denies by the parents of Miss Mstzer. n o t withstanding the fact that a marriage license was issued at Taylorville. George Metzger, f a t h e r of the young I ·woman, states that the w»flding that 13 reported Is not true and makes A denial of the wedding having taken place in Taylorville. as reported by Taylorville papers, and a? s t i p u l a t e d l-y the evidence of the marriage 11-1 cense returned tor the minister to the clerk of the county. As th*. reported license has been returned to County ] Clerk H .1 Burke at Taylorville. there j is no ie:.i"n given so far to dosbt the j ·weddms In the meantime ' Miss" | Metzs^i 1 s r e f i n i n g «t her parents' j home. NEW T. E. E M. f" A. DIRECTOR COMES. Richardson o! Evanston, who ·was elected to the office of secretary at the Y M. C A. at Pana. has arrived and is now in charge of the in- Mltution. Mr Eichardson has been .-innected with the T. M. C. A work for the D2?t several years and comes hish- ]v recommended. The board will meet tonight lor some important business. Mr. Richardson comes to Pana from Paris. Ark . where he and his family have been visiting for pome time. Mrs. Richardson and daughter will join him on Aug 1. SURPRISE PART'S. JIlss K a t h r i n Eskridge was surprised bv a number of friends at her home on Wednesday evening, t'ae occasion being her fourteenth birthday anniversary. She was presented with a handsome bracelet in honor of the event bv her friends. Games were played and refreshments were, ser^ri. Mrs. Edward Eyble was given a novelty shower "vTednesdav evening by the members of Fao Rebekah lodge Miss Ena Whitse!! and Miss Marlon T.eighty assisted in a musical at Tower Hill on Thursday evening. JIrs Barbara. Henderson and daughter have returned home from Milwaukee, "SVis . where the-v have been spending the past several weeks on a v a -i- tion. The Old Redmen band will give a concert on Saturday evening, having reorganized for the occasion. The program will be diversified. John Faught of Shelbvville has leased the room formerly occupied by John Tokly's saloon and will run a billiard room therein He had his goods shipped to Pana yesterday. At the council meeting on Monday evening he was granted a. licen-". Morris, aged thirty-eight, who died at Lincoln Tuesday morning, was held Wednesday afternoon at the home of her mother, Mrs. Susie Morris, in this city. Rev. J. H. Wright officiating. A. E. Lindsey, at Decatur, was a visitor here the first of the week. Paul Moll of Illiopolle, was a visitor here Tuesday. ENTERTAINED IN DECATUR. The Mothers' club of this city was entertained at the home ^of Mrs. C. J. Close in Decatur Wednesday, The party l e f t here on the 9:35 a. m , train and returned in the afternoon. Charles Fant was a caller in Decatur Tuesday. Mrs. Selman R. Pletz of Lincoln, was here Tuesday.visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. TT. H. Clear. Mr. and Mrs. John Seeforth and tin u^hters, of Decatur, visited here the f i r s t of the week at the home of J. G. Jenner. Vivian Rouleau of Peoria, visited old fn»nds here the first of the week. Miss Paulino Rupp went to Chicago Tuesday to visit a, few days. Mrs Samuel Berry and children went to Decatur Wednesday to visit relatives. John Burton of Burtonvlew, visited h're the first of the week. Miss Lottie Hahn was the guest of Lincoln friends the firot of the week. MIPS Frances Fowler of Marcon. Ill , it v r e visiting her aunt. Mrs. W. B Mit.-hell. Tnis city was threatened with a rain tarly Thursday morning. It was only a threat. Miss Pearl Snyder of Waukegan, came home Monday to spend the summer with her father, C. D. Snyder. Isadore Myers of Kewanee, III., arrived here Wednesday evening to spend a few days visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Myers Mrs. Robert Bauer and daughter, of Columbus, O., are here visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Drobisch. Mrs. Fred Mayer and son, Freddie, visited In Decatur this week with her mother, Mrs. J W. Acton Rev. A. A. Heinleln, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church, and wife ire on a two weeks' vacation They are ··isiting relatives In Decatur and At- uood. Mrs. Beck Howe and children of Tay- lorvllle, arrived here Monday to visit at the country home of her mother, Mrs. Laura Rohrer. OBITUABT. Samuel Ingram was born In Greenville. T e n n , July 13, 1S47, and died at the Jacksonville state hospital in Jacksonville. 111., at 1 p. m , Wednesday, July 15. 1914, aged sixty-seven years The remains arrived Thursday in Mt Pulaskl and were taken to the home of his daughter, Mrs. Henry Utterly, f o u r miles west of town Funeral services will be held at Lake Fork C h r i s t i a n c h u r c h at 2 p m , Friday He belonged to Sam Walker Post. G A. R RflARTINS TO VISIT IN MT. PULASKI Mt. Pulask!, July 17--Jfr. and Mrs tvjll Martin and son. Keith, of Baltimore, will arrive here the latter part of this month and after a visit with his sister. Mrs X F. Beidler at Springfield, will spend some time in ilt. Pulaski visiting old friends. Jlr. Martin was formerly in the dry goods business lr this city where the Model Cash store is now located, but for several years now has been connected with a Willow "Ware '·ompany In Cincinnati, with offices in ·he east. TRIPLETS IN DECATUE. The Ewain triplets. Miriam. Louife and Prudence, accompanied by Miss ·Srace Holcomb. have been spending a week In Decatur with their grandfather. Dr. S. Swain Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gray, of Shel- byvllle. 111., visited friends here the first of the week. Miss Amy Fox of Spokane, arrived here Tuesday to visit her grandmother, Mrs. Amar.da Pumpeliv. FUNERAL, The funeral services o£ Miss Rosetta WESTERVELT. Mrs Mary Chrlstman spent several 'days of last week at the home of her son, Paul, near Brunswick, assisting In nursing a. s' 1 "' baby, who came to the home recently. Don Steidtey rC St Louie, arrived here Friday evening for a vieit with his parents, Tom Stsidlfty and and wife E. O. Corley and wife attended the fu- ne.il of Will Shrtflft at Locust Grove Sunday. Frank Shride and wife have raov«3 Into their line, new horn* A daughter arrived t the home of Cal Sands Saturday night. Dr. E D. Kerr officiated. Lut« Hanks, wife and I* C Parley and family motored to Decatur Saturday, returning Sunday evening Miss Irene Warren, daughter of Mr. an3 Mrs Lewis Warren of Decatur, accompanlad the party back to Wenervelt for a visit with her grandparents. Jake Mont and wife. To draw trails the merchants of Henton ha\e a.sked the "Westurvelt band to hold Its meetings at that town, offering a nice little gum of money as an Inducement Lawrence and Howard Christmsn of Shel- byviile. are visiting at Herbert Chrlstman'p Some people from Arthur, relatives oj Dr. E, D. Kerr and family, motored here Sunday. John Kerr. Mrs Hftttle Lantf, Ben Kerr and f a m i l y of Ehelbyville were entertained to d i n n e r Sunday at the hospitable home of the dOctoi . Charlev Pogue and farrfljy of Shelbyvllle. were Weatervelt callers Sunday afternoon at teh home of the Kerr'e. Mrs. Neta Richardson of Mattoon, is spanning this week w i t h her parents, Sam Jackson and w i f e Mrs Esther Leach returned ia hsr home Monday evening, after a stay with her son. Ned Leach and family of Robinson Creek taiion Adolph Chrlstman of Salem, who has been havins a two weeks' xacatlon, returned to his wor^ Sunday He spent the first week of his vacation at Denver, Colo and the last wepk he visited his parents. Herman rhriMm-in and wife and his brothers and sister L C Pawley, the second trick operator, received a two wesfes 1 vacation from headquarters. In company with hie wife and little daughter, Kaiherlne. he left Tuesday morning enroute for Indiana, where the family will visit relatives. Fred Clotfelter of HIllsbDro and Miss May Mill* of Nebraska, were visiting their relatives, the Harkey's recent!v Joaepfi Simons Suffers Serious Relapse. Assumption, July 17.--Joseph Simons. Sr , Is very ill at his home in this city s u f f e r i n g with kidney trouble. He has been sick for Borne time, but was much improved and walked up town the first of the -week. The exertion was too much for him and he suffered a relapse. The IE eighty-four years of age and one of the city's most wealthy and i n f l u e n t i a l citizens. 0 A. Kuhle was a business visitor In Decatur Thursday. LIGHT SHOWER. A light shower fell Thursday, not enough to be of great b«nefit to the crops, but it laid the duet and cooled Ike atmosphere considerably. West and east of town a heavier l a i n fell. PERSONALS, Dr. E C. Etchlson was a business visitor in Decatur Wednesday. Mr. and Mr?. James Landreth of Decatur. who have been visiting at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mis. John Morehart, returned home Wednesday. John Craig was a Decatur visitor Wednesday. Earnest Connolly went to Latham ILLIOPOLIS. Miss Haij; 1 Johnston ^.as ^ost^ss Thursday a f t e r n o o n for the Dorcas E m b r o i d e r y ar.d E o m e s t ' c Science dub at her borne, A damtv luncheon was served The farmers l£ f h!s community are busy threshing- \\ heat and cutting oats Wheat 10 a v e r a g i n g a ! ! the way f r o m ten to twenty- five bushels £.n acre Mr and Mrs. Reed Blair and eon "Lowell are camping u tth relatives on the banks of ten Sansir.on near Mechanlcsbure- this we*k Zllss Frank Elizabeth Drake was hostess Wednesday at dinner In her new bungalow n!ay house for the children of the west end Mrs Sawyer and daughter. Mlas Ida, are guests of reiamtx near Grove City this week. Mr and Mrs Reedy or Mt. Auburn, ptsoed Thursday in IHiopolis. Jor-n Sheller was a Springfield visitor Thursday "W. j. Xeea of Decatur, made his weekly visit here Wednesday tc- teach music. A roller skating tent has opened for business :n the east end of TVabash park Mrs C. P Osborne of "Walker, was called here the first of the week to attend the bedside o£ her son, Roscoe, who Js ill with tonsu His The Misses Selah. and Kettle Norred of Arkansas, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Graham Wednesday -. A small shower visited this vicinity Thursday morning', much to the pleasure of all Miss Mary Farnsworth of Sprtnffflald, was the guest of the Misses Graham this week. Mrs Moore and chlMren ot Decatur, are the guests of Mr and M 1 *? James Bradley for a fen- day? P. P Correl!. H O Dabe and C. D Cor- re'l motored to Mt Pula°ki "Wednesday. Miss Margaret Wood row has returned to Ta!ulla after a visit with Miss Frank Elizabeth Dake. Mr and Mrs Henry Nann of Latham. psssde Wednesday here Mr and Mrs. Harry Buckles of Mt. Pu- 'aski v.ere Illlopolis visitors "Wednesday Mr° Kay Demrnltt and E^H Rai. J r . are 5U"?ts of relatives m Mr. Pu'askl for a few da vs- Saturday w Start right now to cut your meat bill down one- third. Think what this would mean to you in one month's time. Buy where your business is appreciated. Xative beef roast, per pound.. : 12c Tender beaf steak, per pound 12%c Fancy beef boil, per pound r .-.9c and lOc Fresh hamburger steak, per pound lOc Boneless pork roast, per pound 15c Xice fresh pork steak, per pound ,.. .15c Fresh spare ribs, 3 pounds f o r . , 25c Choice lamb legs, per pound HVsjc Fresh lamb chops, per pound lie Sugar cured bacon ,pieces 3 to 4-pound average, per pound 15V£c Fancy smoked pork loins, per pound 16c Sugar cured regular hams, per pound 17c Choice salt pork, per pound lOc Danzeisen's 3-pound pail pure lard 33c Pure lard. 5-pound pail 55c 10-pound pail pure lard $1,10 150 MERCHANT ST. Bell Phone 3053. Auto Phone 1446. Bachman Building- North Main and Prairie Avenue Store Closes Every Thursday Afternoon in July and August Clearance Specials In Knit Underwear F OR SATURDAY BUYERS we offer the most remarkable assortments in the city of Knit Underwear for Men, Women and Children. We have it in all sizes and at all prices, but in each instance the article is the very best that can be purchased to sell at its price: Men's Combed Maco Half Hose, guaranteed stainless and seamless, in black and all colors, ^^g* especially priced to clear at two pairs for \... «"^ Children's Fine Ribbed Elastic Hose, with double, knee, heel and toe.^ A splendid wearing quality at two pairs for Ladies' Gauze Vests of soft and silk-finished lisle, in plain or fancy yoke effect, with wide or very narrow shoulder straps. An exceptional value especially priced at two for Ladies' Gauze Union Suits with loose or cuff knee, and in several styles, including the popular "new shape rT garments. We have priced these for QQ/» Clearance, while they last, at garment Ot/C Ladies' Shaped Cotton Vests in three styles. Pants and tights to match in loose or tight knee, regular or extra sizes. Our regular 25c garments, reduced to clear to garment Ladies' Extra Size Vests, with low neck, no sleeve. or low neck and short sleeves, specially priced to clear at two garments for. . . . * . . . . Children's Gauze Vests, with neatly finished neck and armlets, specially priced at three garments for Men's Balbriggan Shirts with long or short sleeves, and ankle length drawers, regular 25c quality reduced to clear, to garment Wednesday where he Is employed. Mr. and Mra. Jsff Korris and daughter. Hiss Mary, spent Tuesday In Decatur. Miss Norrls remained until Wednesday evening a guest at the home of Mrs. Lena Moore. G. J. RlvzrH and family were Decatur visitors Wednesday. Jlias Margaret Creamer want to H- liopolis Wednesday to visit ner sister for a few days. Miss Margaret Swartz was a business visitor in 'Moweaqua Wednesday. Mrs. Margaret Shepherd left Thursday for a six weeks' visit with friends in St. Louie. Taylorville and Palmer. U S. Potter of Decatur spent the fore part of the week with home folks. Born, Monday, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Potter, living east of town, a son, first child. Miss Oma Allison has returned home fro mN'ormal. where she has bee.n attending teachers' training bohool. The 1 W. M. S. of the Methocust church will liold a bakery eale at Rammers store Saturday, July 18. Mrs. W. R. Sarver and daughter, Miss Metta, visited with relatives at Henton the first of the week. PEAIBIE HAH. The farmers are busy threshSns their wheat and cuttfagr late oats Mrs. Alva. McDanlela ana little daughter of Decatur. visited friends here tbU we«k. Mrs Louis Kltiser, who has been serloutla III, is slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lambert were !·* catur viiitors Wednesday. Little Mildred Tucker of Lincoln and life* retta Jones of Qulncy, ars the gueit* ofl their aunt, Mrs. Alax Wil«on. The Lucky Thirteen cjub met at the ceun-- try home of Mr. and Mrs. EIJ Tohill Monday evening. The members w«r» all preient ana enjoyed a. Cine time. Refreshments of ic« cream and cake were served. John Walker and Joe J3errte ot Wichita, Kan., in company with Sir. and Mr*. Dan Wiedner, called on frlenda here Thurtday. MUs Maud McDanak and Miss Geneva Tru* lock attended the illustrated lectures at Mb Zion Tuesday night. J. T. Belden of Decatur. visited friend* here this week. Now for Another Sale of WAISTS at Values Better Than Ever Before Here are the most marvelous values in Jap Silk Waists, the women of Decatur have ever seen-- Five styles, made of imported Japanese silk. All five styles come in blue, lavender and black stripes on white background, with collar, vestee and cuffs of organdy. Very latest styles with Lily collar of organdy or embroidery, and two styles of turn-down collars, regular §2 values, all to be sold at each In addition to the above we will show about 20 dozen fine lingerie waists, made of voile, mull and organdy. These waists were made to sell at $2.00 to $2.25. But they are manufacturers' samples, and bought very much under regular price, so that we can sell them at Seven-piece crystal glass fruit set with one pound can Baking Powder FREE Set of six thin tumblers, or set of six china pie plates with 1 pound tea. SUGAR 25-pound cloth bags, pure cane.,,._..._.i. ; ..o.;. .$1.15 10 pounds, cloth bags.. c .j^.:. : . : .,.- c .v.. . L .. ,±.80c 5 pounds, cloth bags.. c .;. EI30 -.-.- c .-.-.,.-. 5EO; .25c The Union Pacific Tea Go. Both Phones. 116 E. Prairie St. Good Time How For Blood Health The Skin is Working H«rd to Cleanse the Body »t Tfcl» When yon perspire freely sea that youtf blood is astlated by 8. 8. tlw ftawu* bl6od purifier. Tha action of B. B. 3. In Its ruth to the surface of the body causes the proc-j ess of nutrition to so prepare all thoi* impurities in the blood that they art easily expelled. And »s fut u the| are removed new materials from a purl* fled blood stream are supplied to mak a clear, smooth, outer skin of fine tex« ture. It IB in th«. summer time, by the aid of S. 8. 3. that you naturally and qulckM get rid of those harmful Irritants that) Bather to causa rheumatism, catarrh. blood rtslags, eczema, boils and othen forms of Impure blood. In a splendidly illustrated book. "WUti the Mirror Tells'' you will learn about the wonders of the skin sad what Im required to keep It healthv. But flrsl! get a bottle of 8. S. S. at any druB store and then write for the book to The Swift Specific Co.. 104 Bwlft Bide., Atlanta, Ga. Beware of any attempt to sell you something in filaco _of JU_8i 9g, NEWSPAPER! SPA PER IV ®

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