The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 17, 1914 · Page 3
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Friday Evening, July 17, 1914. T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Page Three Red and Festered. Also Had Dandruff. ' Could Be Seen Plainly. Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment. Free from Pimples and Dandruff, i · ; ' !New Sharon, Iowa.--" Two or three years ftgo pimples began to coma on my face aad I had dandruff. The pimples made a very irasightry appearance. They werered and numerous, somo caipo to a head and festered and the itcliing caused mo to scratch them. Tho dandruff on my head could bo plainly seen. "I tried several remedies but they only temporarU y relieved me. I had been bothered witb.the trouble two or three years when I decided to try Cuticura Soap and Oiatment. So I sent for a free sample and I noticed relieTfrom them, and I bought; more. I used two cakes of Cuticura Soap and two boxes of Cuticura Ointment and am now free from pimples and dandruff.!' (Signed) Clyde Firebaugh, May 11. 1014. Samples Free by Mall ' A Generation of mothers has found no^oap 60 -wll suited for cleansing and purifying the skin and hair of infants and children as Cuticura Soap. Its absolute purity and refreshing fragrance alono are enough to roc- cramdid it- above ordinary skin soaps, bu'j then; are added to these qualities delicato $vr effective emollient; properties, derived from Cuticura Ointmont. which render it most valuable in overcoming a tendency to distressing eruptions and promoting sldn and hair health. Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold everywhere. Liberal sample of each mailed free, with 32-p, hook. Address Ti^t-card ' c'uucura. Dipt. T, Boston." County S. S. ventlon at Moweaqua Your Eyes Are Obedient Servants They rna\ comntam bat w i l l toil on in \oiir behalf. They w i l l stand more a b u ^ e I h n n any origan of the body. Hut ·nlu i n. t h r o u g h constant ue.clfct and rough u^.ige. t h e i r delicate a d j u s t m e n t h.vonves disturbed, how quickh' the s i - \ a n t bftomes the master. How i . t t e r l j helpless \ou a r e w i t h o u t j o u r e e = f i i v c them a t t e n t i o n at once it t h e y are n i l m s . Let us e x a m i n e them free of charge. B WILLIAMS on PTOMETfliig DPTiClAN. 1 107 N. Water St. Opposite Millikin Bank. S h M b w i l l e . J u l v 17.--The t h i r t y s e v e n t h a n n u a l c o m e n t i o n of the Shelby C o u n t y S u r d a v School association, o£ v,h:ch John M c G i n l P v of Moweaqua is n r ^ r j d ^ n t , will he held in the First M t a - r h f u i i p t chuj-.'-h at Moweaqua on T h u r s d a y and Friday, J u l y 23 and 24. T h ^ M o w e a q u a c o m m i t t e e s I n charge nf \}"t · rr"i n^F-iTent^ t h e r e a re as fol lo w = E n t e r t a i n m e n t -- M S Ayars, chair- m a n ' M i s John W o l f f Mrs. Wallace esorv. Mrs B F S t u l t z , Miss Aliens Day. Mrs W. D A d a m s , Mrs. Will Tol=on and Mrs C F. Gasklll R e t e n t i o n -- C F . G a s k i l J . c h a i r m a n . Miss M i d ^ e A f l - t m ? o n . M i e s A d a POP'. MJSS H v d p T V I r r h e l l a n d Miss T a l l i n n M A N Y DECATUR S P E A K E R ? ? h e ] b \ M l l e i? represented or. t^f 1 pr 1 *'- r n r p hv Rev, A r t h u r P. C h a p r m n of the First M e t h o d i s t r h u r r h , and E r v \v. M r f n l l c - y o f t h e C h r i s t i a n r h n i v i D e c a t u r has been d r a w n upon h^T\ ih" for m a t e r i a l for the program, spp-ik ··- r o m i h a t r 11 \ i n c l u d i n g : A H M i 1 H ·re M d e n r of the ? t n t o P n n d a \ P ^ r o n l T~n c i a t i o n C n \ p n .-eott, Mrs. W H T o l l - m a n a n d W i l l i a m r . Oasev T h p p r n - gr;im is as f o l l o w s ; JULY 23--MORNING SESSION 1 1 : , " A -- F p ? i ? t r a t i o n a n d a s p i e n n v - n t P. Ferguson, "Windsor, Superintendent home department-Miss Florence Metzger, Pana. Superintendent adult class movement --D. Leslie Davis, Shelbjville. Superintendent temperance department--V. B. Cruit, Findlay. S u p e r i n t e n d e n t missionary depart- m e n t -- M J = S Grace Harves, Sheibyvllle. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE The members of the executive com{ mittee. w i t h the rtat" of expiration of j their r e s p e c t i v e t ^ r m e . are as follows. namely. D. Ijeslii 1 Davis, Shelbvvllle. chairman, 1915, T C Ei'er. Fhelbyville, 1914. A. C. Foltz. Moweaqua, 1915; John Mc- G i n l e j . Mem e a q u a , 3 ^ 1 4 Preston fol- «ftn, \Vinisor, 1915 J D Miller, Shel- hyville, I P l f i . I = a a r Wort m a n , Shelby- Mile, 1916 MAROA WOMEN PICNIC HUSBANDS Serve ft O'Clock D i n n e r on Lawn at Conover Home. M a r o a . J u l y 17--The m e m b e r ? of the W o m a n ' ? Household c l u b e n t e r t a i n e d t h e i r h u s b a n d s T u p = d a v e v e n i n g a t a n f- f ^ g a n ? 6 o'clock p i r n i c d i n n e r sci red on the s p a c i o u s l a w n at the h o m e of Mr. and Mr* G^orgp C o n o v e r on West W a s n i n g t o n s t r e e t . The gruests i n c l u d e d Mr. a n d Mrs. John C r o c k e r and ?o n Thomas, Mr. and Mrs J. P. P t o n t e n b o r o u y h , Mr. a n d Mrs. J B. P t o u t e n h o r o u g h . Dr and Mrs. W T McLerm. A r t o r n ^ v and Mrs. B. F Iplp.v, Mr and Mr* J. F. S t o u t e n b o r n u q h , .Mr a n d Mrs G e o r p p C o n o v p r and ' - h i l d r e n M a r y and George. ,Tr , Mr. and M ' s W S A m t * . Mrs. L i l l i a n M i l l e r and son F r a n k l i n , Mr. and Mrs. C. F. " l e n c k , Mr and Mrs Frank Stroiid .mrl d a u g h t e r Aileen. Mr and Mr?. C. W. h c h e n c k and son K a r l . Mrs A J. L u t z , n . i y m o n d Sorrels of D e c a t u r Dr a n d Mrs. G. W. WeU of D e c a t u r . K p c - i e t s f i o m Dr D S. A n d e r s o n of D ^ c a t u r TVPTP r e c e i v e d 1 no--Pong 1 s e r v i c e 2 n o -- D e v o t i o n a l Bible s t ' u h . »-v A S. C h a p m a n 2 3' 1 --Sunday school s t a n d i r d * f n r cchinol, t o w n s h i p a n d c o u n t v . H ' i n h Cork, s t a t e p e c r e t a r v . S n o -- T h p p l p m e n t a r v d ^ p i f ^ f ^ t of the S u n d a v s c h o o l , Mrs W ?I L ^ h m i n 3 ^o--The M2-h o f ' i r p of a . ? u n d j v s c h o o l tea-"hPi', A H M i ] ' = EVENING F E P S i n y S n o -- S t c t e o r - t i r o n l ^ r ----. "M T r i p to Z u r i k , " Hugh Cork. JULY 2 4 -- M O R X I N G ?E??mx p nn--Sonc: s e r x ICP ft 31--Bible s t i ; d \ -- R ^ v A ? C h a p - m a n . Id nn--Re nor r of STr t i * \ - t r e i = u r e r ; R e p o r t of r l o p a r t m e n r ** ' ff? in r.ii--Ad.ilt r l a p p d--p · ' t m r - n * . O w . ^ n 11-nn--H^w n e x t % p a » ' f . w n r k m.Vv be impro\ Pd. ?Tuch Cork A F T E R N O O N ?r-?inx. 1 - s n -- P o n ? sen. ice 2 . a n -- i ~ r i o t i o m l Bibl" - f i d y , Rc-\ A. 2 "ft--Den i on s t r a t i on of t h e o p e n i n g e x e r r ' s . s of a SundT 1 * = r h o o i . H ' i e h Cork. ? f - n -- T ^ p 'teen a g r 11 the P u n d n y s^hom., V. il]"im C C a s r C h r i - ' . Rev W i l l i a m G. M c f o l l e y . 4 n n _ c i o p i P = r n d d - e = p . ' Th- Task t h a t A w a i t s Us," H i p h Cork THE O F F I C E R S The p r e s e n t o f fibers nf t h e C O - I P ( y a s s n - i a t i o n a r ^ . Pr" " i ^ n t -- J o h n Mr Gin] ^y. Mowea- V i r p - p r e ? J d e n t -- A l b e r t Car r u t her 0 . ? f i - e t a r v - t r e a s u i er--E. O. Corle\ , W ^ t P r x e l l S u p e i i n t ^ n d r n t n n n n r v w o r k -- M r ? 31 Ty C h n s t m n n . \ \ e - t n v f l t HERE C a n d i d a t e s o n o u r s t r e e t ? T u e s d a v T \ e r e A t t o r n e y W h i t l n k e r o f S h e l h y v l l l e [ a n d A I n r J f c G n r r n v o f D e c a t u r . I A l a r g e rrowd w i t n e s s e d t h e f r e e ' m o v j H R - o n T u e s r l a v n i e r h t w h i c h \\i\l r o n t i n u e t h r o u g h o u r t h e s u m m e r i n I s t n d of bejne: on T h u r s d a y eveninsr? I T N L e a v i t t and - \ \ i f e r e t u r n e d h r . m p f r n m I l e n r v , 111., T u p s d a Mr L e i \ i t t l.ts c o n t r o l l e d t h f ice p l a n t !n Hc-nrv f o r T h e p n ^ t y e a r a n d a h a l f , h u t i e - t e n t l v sold it. M'-c C l a r e n c e P h ^ p h a r d o f D p r a t u r v i s i t e d w i t h M i r o a f r i e n d s T u e s d a y M r « = R u t h J u m p o f tVona a r r i v e d T u e s d i y f o r a v i = - i t w i t h r e l a t i v e s In M n i o a a n d D e c a t u r . Mr? J H. P a r k e r ? p p n t W e d n e s d a y in St Ijouis. Mr=. L. J Pir dom ° p e n t S u n d a y in W n r r t j n s b u r j x w i t h h e r p . i r t - n t ^ . M r . a n d Mrs. J o h n R i t c h i e M r ° E l l i o t t .lames r e t n i no ] h o m e T u p f l n y f r o m a v , M t i n S p r i n g f i e l d | w . t h }-cr d n i i g h t e i , Mi c H i r v c \ T^nn-rv. | M i ^ s J o s e p h i n e W h i t f o r d a n d Mis? , E v a M i l n f p oi F a u n a a i f t h e guests of Mr n n d Mrs J. H P a i k e r E l l i o t t J n m e s w a s a P n n n r f i e l d vis- i t o r Tuesdav. N ^ d n F u n k s p e n t P u n d a \ w i t h rela- t i \ i'S a t ' O f n u r . Mr?. L^na Deacon and son Lionel h a r e cnne to Louis\ i l ) e . K ^ , to v j s u h e r p a i n n t s . Mrs G M Wood has r e t u r n e d t n her h o m e i n Df- c 11 u r a f t e r a we f k s v t = i t I I M * ^ i t h he: son. r»:. C M Wood, and f a m i l y . KENNEY NEWS ITEMS OF INTEREST KT.n»v. J u l v 17--Flovd B i r n f - t t of r l l n T n n , \ i P i t e r } "\"\dne?1av ^ i t h Erl- m i i p d TLirk Mi = f M a r v Clark w a s a Cl'nton vis- i t o r W.'dncsdav. Mr? O \\'. Hop.ar^ v i s i t e d h e r p i p t p r , M r « W. JI Craig, a t Fan-Mow Lodif=, W i '!nppd,,i r : . - . j - r ] i m is a c a m on t ^ e ei'-k list Hand in Hand with is Good Luck on Baking Day. Wheat I sow and wheat I mow. And get Zephyr Flour as white as snow. You make it into the "staff of life" So healthful, wholesome, white and light. When the wheat and the milling are right the flour is right and the baking is right In the up-to-date mills where Zephyr Flour is made from select hard wheat there is an anatysis made every two hours as the flour comes from the rolls. And a baking is made from the fiour every second hour. No woiuUf Zephyr Flour is uniform. No wonder that housewives and bakers who once make its acquaintance are never satisfied to use any other flour. Bake with Zephyr Flour -Eat More Zephyr Flour Bread and Pastry. IE W SPAPEfifl fi C H i V E ® _ .,.,, (from the Hard Wheat Land) Mrs. TJ. C. Shepherd is reported better MIPS Clara Brelslord is helping Mrs J. D. Schoby In her housework. Mr. and Mrs Austin Tompson and son, o! Bloomington, are v i s i t i n g relatives here. Miss Cora Cooper, of Clinton, arrived Tuesday =ven'ns for a v i s i t with relatives. The Misses Alice Rows, R u t h and Florence McElhiney. R j \Viliiams, A. X. Rowe, Fred StoutenbToush and Dr and Mrs. M E. S t e w a r t , at Clinton! and Miss Irma Hoose. nf A t l a n t a , be- ETan c a m p i n g at Pastime p i r k TVedn^s- da v. Miss Charlotte N'ewbiirg of Blooming- ton visited Miss Fera Elam Saturday and Sunday. Mrs Rose Meadows of Tunbridge. visited her mother, Mrs. Joe Kenney, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs Frank Stoutentiorough, Jlr. and Mrs. Hug-hie Stoutenborough and baby, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stoutenborough and baby spent Sunday near Maroa with Mr and Mrs. J. E. Moore and family. R(=v. C. M Smithson left Monday for a short visit w i t h relatives in Decatur and Springfield. Mrs. Kate Williams of rjinton, visited her daughter. Mr? A M Suttle, the first of the week. Mrs Mary K Howard has returned home from a visit with, her son, John, In Decatur. Mrs. B. M. Suttle will entertain a few friends Thursday afternoon In honor of her sister-in-law, Mrs. C. B. Suttle, of Philadelphia, ARGENTA. Miss Emma Lockwood-hs gone to Dcatur for an Indefinite visit. J. F. Shuey Is visiting friends near Casey this week. Frank Hanks of Iowa, Js visiting home folks The Kuhns Kile Co., has traded Its store for land In Missouri Mr. and Mrs O B. Shuey were visitors Monday In Decatur were Decatur visitors Monday. Mrs Frank Benton. who has be*n t*rt- ously HI, Is improving. Mrs. Cass Luckenblll and daug-hter Zol a were Decani*- visitors Tuesda Mrs. Anna. Calhoun anj, children have returned to Argenta, after a. ^hort vHlt with Mrs. Charley Valentine at Monticello Mrs. Willie Thompson and daughter of MontlcelJo. are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N'. Rogers. Mrs W Meyers was a. Decator visitor Monday afternoon J F. Shuey returned home Wefln«admy after a short absence. Miss He'en Giffln has gone to Daltoa City to visit friends John Larson left Thursday for Bement for The H. B f5 club took tbel*- cuppers Wednesday evening and went to th« wood* fo' a picnic Miss Adah Munch was a Decatur vlilt*' JULY CLEARANCE PRICES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS All White Hats at 1/2 Price Choice of Our Silk Coats $9.75 urn mer Under wear Reduced Saturday being our biggest underwear day of the week, we will offer some strictly high grade dependable underwear at greatly reduced prices. Special for Saturday. Men's $1 Union Suits 79c Men's Union Suits, knee length, no sleeve and low neck, "Forest Mills" make, $1.00 value Men's 50c Union Suits 39c Men's fnion Suits, high neck, long sleeve, ankle length, Essex Mills QQ/» make, 50c value O«/C Men's Separate Garments 39c Men's Shirts and Drawers, high neck, long sleeves, drawers ankle length, QQ/» riQc value for O«/C Boys' 50c Union Suits 39c Boys' Union Suits, high neck, long sleeve, ankle length, low neck short sleeve and knee length and low neck, no sleeve knee length, 50c value for Women's 25c Vests for 19c Women's vests, silk taped neck, in round and V shaped, regular 1 Qr» sizes. 2oc value for JLt/C 39c Women's $1 Union Suits 50c Women's Union Suits, low neck no sleeve, lace trimmed, loose knee, $1.00 value for Boys' Underwear for lOc Boys' shirts and drawers, Balbriggan, shirts are high neck, long sleeve and high neck, short sleeve, drawers are -| f\ knee length, 25c value, choice..._. JL\/C/ Children's 15c Underwear lOc Children's knit pants, tight knee in sizes from 4 to 14 years, "I O/» 15c value -IvFC Boys' 15c Shirts lOc Boys' athletic shirts, all sizes from 24 to 34; 15c value -j /\ _ for 1UC Men's Underwear at 19c Men's shirts and drawers, high neck, short sleeve, drawers are ankle length--porous knit. 25c value, Saturday S duced Prices Our entire ?tock of beads (with the exception of pearl? and black let) including, amber, white, black, mahogany and combinations in black and white, amber and blue, amber and black, blue and white and many other attractive combinations. Valups 4 / from 50c to $5.00 at J /2 Our entire stock of earring?, including black ,iet, pearls, coral, amethyst, jade, sterling silver set with brilliants and ninny others: values from 50c to $5.00 at Coral, rosebud .iewelrv, including bar beauly pins and hat pins; 45c value, special pins, brooches. Amber and black jet crosses and medallions ; 50c value, special Garden Hose At Special Prices 89.00 -14-in. 7-ply red hose, 50- ft., with couplings. special .S7.9S ^4-in. 6-ply red or black hose, with couplings $6.50 s-i-in. 6-ply black hose at $5.50 3'i-in. 4-ply black hose at 55.00 %-in. 5-ply black hose at C'6 25 I'o-in. 5-ply b - - ^ at"50 ft Novelty golf hat pins in sterling silver; 50c valu p . special Vassar collar pins in steel and black, a card $6.50 $5.50 $4.50 $3.98 $5125 All Hammocks At 2Q% Discount ite Footwear Ss So Dainty --So cool --^n c o m f o r t a b l e tor Summe r days, 't! 1 - no -wonder wo «ell «o much of it. Not only d^cs it enhance a woman's costume- but it is so suitable lor any costume -he may decide to wenr- morrmg. noon or night So those who cek true £race oi" line in w h i t e canvas, ^hite buckskin, and any other w h i t e m a t e r i a l s plus assured c o m f o r t and satisfactory service will do well to erimme the \\hitc footwear we offer. \V'e can save ^ ou money on aH you" footwear if \ou will buy f i!l j our shoes from us. f^cau^e we ^r t u ^ t on' of t h e high rent d i ? t n ^ t . I Ladies' w h ' t e canvas pumps, 98ct»S2.49 Ladies' white 2-stnr pumns. Misses' white c a n \ a s 1 ^nd 2- strap. Sizes. 1H« to 2. Ladies' English, rubber convas. $1.49 Child 11 ' ·nhi'e cinvas in 1 and 2- straps. Sizes S 17 - to 11, for 98ctn$i.24 Childs" same as above «izes 6 to 8. for Ladies' white cam a? Bihv Doll, ;'. .*ame. sues 1 to 5 for lie $2.24 and $i,89 $1.6SandS2.24 Men's white c i m a s oijirds leather sole, regular $3»M aid ; 3-V 1 ^Hies for lien's white cam as. ruhher sole, for Decatur Shoe Store For shoes liv t h e entire f a m i l y for less monej. If it were not for us Jon would have to ra" more. '2W K. Eldorado St. In Scovill Bldg. MEAT and LARD ·IS* SPECIAL PRICES ALL DAY SATURDAY Ibs. choice smoked bacii and salt pork; at other markets 20c lb., Saturday only.. . Best 25c and 30c grade breakfast bacon, in special sale all day Saturday only Danzeisen's pure lard, regular price 15c, 1 /V in special sale Saturday only Aw Special lard, 3-lb. pail 3oc; 5-lb. pai! 55c; 1 1 flrf» 10-lb. pail lard, Saturday only A J.UC Choice tender beef steak, at other markets 20c; in special sale Saturday only Choice beef roast, regular price 18c, special all day Saturday only Try our choice sugar cured corned beef, regular price 15c, Saturday only First and only real cut price market. GUS BOOKER 605 N. Water St. Phones and Delivery

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