The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 17, 1914 · Page 7
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The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 7

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Friday Evening, Jnly 17, 1914. T H E DECATtF-R R E V I E W . Pagg Setea 1 Uneeda BlscultJ Tempt the appetite, ^ please the taste and n o u r i s h the body. Crisp, clean and fresh-5 cents in the moisture- proof package. Baronet Biscuit * Round,* thin, tender-with a delightful flavor -- a p p r o p r i a t e f o r luncheon, tea and dinner. _ 10 cents. ZuZu Prince of appetizers." Makes daily trips from Ginger-Snap Land to waiting mouths everywhere. Say Zu Zu to the grocer man, 5 cents. Bay biscuit baked by NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY I llwayt look for that name! J George is Hell's Injunction Dissolved. TITLE NEVER LOST After Public Road Has Once Been Accepted. Judge W. K. Whltfleia, in chambers, Thursday, gave Ills decision In the Injunction case of George Heii vs. the highway commissioners oi Iecatur township. He entered an order dissolving the injunction restraining the highway commissioners from setting tack the fence on the George Hell farm on the Lost bridge road, and the commissioners will now proceed with the widening of the road. TITLE NEVER LOST. The supreme court has decided that after a road hat been formally laid out and accepted and become a mat- .er of record on the books of a t o w n ship the highway commissioners may use all of the road or only part of t ,and that the title to the part not used 1» never lost on account oj nop- ie USUALLY COMPLAIN. The people whose fences have been out in the public highway for fifteen or twenty years or longer h a i e had the use o£ township ground during all hose years without paying rent, but hey generally complain when asked to move the fences back. Many of them have the opinion that If the fence has een in the road for o\ er twenty ears tho townsttip has lost the title o that part of th road inside the fence. The township never loses title to a oad that has been laid out, according o law which is a matter of record. «enc». He Is to take up his duties immediately. E. A. SOLLITT TO GET NEW PLACE 'ormer Decatur Division Trainmaster Head* Pern Division. E. A. Sollitt, who was one of the lost popular train raasteis on the De- atur division of the Vi'abash some ears ago and who 1^ at present hold- ng the place of assistant superin- endenr of the Detroit division under uperintendent Helm, will soon bs as- ociatod again with Decatur division rainmen. when he takes the place ol uperlntendent of the Peru division. Superintendent J. c. Sullivan of that (vision has found it necessary to ask or Indefinite leave of absence on ac- ount of his health, according to word ecelved at Decatur offices, and Mr. o l l l t t will head the division In his ab- The Ever Popular Cornell Last A shoe of enduring fame. So wonderfully neat and comfortable that it has hpcti f o r m a n y ypars the favorite of a multitude of men. Blucher lace oxford, miNlc "f fine vici kid, tan and block Calfskin $6.50 There is a certain feeling of satisfac- t i n n that comes to any man when he speaks of his Olapp shoes. It is much the same feeling as comes to a man when he speaks of his Stetson Iret or his Fierce-Arrow Air. It is the satisfaction of knowing that you have selected the standard, the world's best, and need not fear comparison -with your neighbor, no matter who he may be. Ask to see a pair of Clapp shoes. FREE SCHOLARSHIP TO THE D. H. S. Will Be Ottered by the University In Future. Superintendent H. O. Engleman received a latter from the Mllllkln board of managers Thursday, notifying him of the establishment ot one free scholarship tor one year to the Decatur high school graduate receiving the highest grades each year. This scnol- arshlp IB the result ol a deslro of the Hoard oJ managers to co-operate more fully with the local high school. The scholarship will entitle' the holder to one year's free tuition In the James Milllkin university, or the equivalent ot J75. This will be a substantial gift. It will be awarded to the D. H. S. senior having the highest average grades for the four years' work. ' STAR BARBEQUER AT FAIRV1EW PARK G. W. (Mac) McGavock, colored, the guardian spirit of the Wabash round house and machine shops and champion long distance barbequer of the state, will wield tne sizzling spit in old time form at the picnic and grand barbeque to be given in Falrview oark July 1. under the auspices of the Church of the I/iving God, 'Mac" modestly admits that probably no cook at large can handle a Larbeque in Just his style, and he has proved it in many very satisfactory instances during past years, Barbequed mutton, beef and pork with baked beans, macaroni and cheese, potato salad, picklec, pie and coffee will be served in the park at noc*(*and all for the insulting sum of 25 cents. GIVE PARTY AT ODD FELLOWS HALL Tho Modern Brotherhood Sewing circle gave a birthday party Thursday afternoon at the Odd Fellows hall on East Main street. The women whose birthdays were observed -were Mrs. "Wagley, Mrs. Carr, Mrs. Brubeck and Mrs. Weigand. Music was furnished by Miss Pauline Morris and Babe Brubeck. Twelve women were present and the afternoon was spent socially. Ice cream and cake were served. WILL C. PLUCK. JR., TAKEN TO MILWAUKEE Will Receive Treatment tram Iftvtql- tft--BllBdnec* la P«*r*. ' V711J c. Pluck. ,Tr., who, b*» bun In St. Marys hospital rec*Irtns trMtment lor nervous break-down, warn U]c«n to Milkaukee Thursday night to r«o«lv a treatment from e. IpeolaJUt, While ills general health has lmproT«4 rreat- ly during tlie tlma he h«« b«en In the hospital, his «y»s have not responded to treatment and he fa almost blind . Special treatment will be necessary to retore his sight course you'll smile when you see these bargains; who wouldn't? Don't let anything prevent your coming in here tomorrow--to NEUSTADTS--to get a chance at these extraordinary bargains which our July clearance offers you. They're the sort of value that ought to make you glad all over; NEUSTADT standard high quality merchandise greatly reduced. A chance to buy goods of known value, of strictly dependable quality; garments that are styled to the last minute. The low prices will gladden your heart and your pocketbook. Such values beckon to you with a big "Hurry-up" call. Don't wait. Come in now and select from, these bargains. A sale of men's young men's suits that will bring gladness to your pocketbook We've reduced every men's and young meen's suit in our Spring and Summer lines. This sale is sweeping. It takes in every garment. Nothing reserved. The assortments are unusually large. An excellent opportunity for you to select goods thai are in every way just what vou're looking for. ' You've never bought quite such big value at $14.50 This lot at $14.50 is one that you particularly want to take notice of. A great assortment of men's and young men's suits selling in regular season at $18 and $20. Exceptionally fine variety of all the wanted fabrics; neat worsted^ in conservative models, special cassimeres, cheviots, velours, tweeds, homespuns, tailored in. the snappy young men's English styles. A beautiful variety of them. These garments are all made of strictly pure wool fabrics; hand- tailored merchandise; the sort of clothes you may be proud to wear. at a price that is extremely low, AH blue serges reduced 20% Our $15 and 31650 fancy suits are reduced to $11.50 Our ?25 and S28 fancy suits are reduced to $19.50 Our 530. $32, and ?S5 suits are reduced to $22.50 Cut and sewn althletic underwear on sale c Boys' nainsook athletic union suits, no sleeves, knee length style, with elastic waist baud to OO prevent binding, reduced to «JOC Men's barred nainsook athletic union suits, no sleeves, knee, length stjle. with elastic waist band, reduced to 77c Men's finest soisette athletic union suits no sleeves, knee length style, elastic $4 waist band, closed -a I crotch. 1.50 value.. 1*J Wash ties Our complete assortment of 25c .tubular washable four-in-hands, f rj _ benutiful patterns, now i j C All 50c washable four-in-hands, tubular styles, DeJoinvilles, large open- end shapes, nothing »e- served, tomorrow Hosiery A large quantity of plain color hosiery. all colors but black. goods which usually sell two pairs for 25c; an exceptional mine. Saturday 9c Here's "some" SHIRT SALE Patterns that "smile" at you; prices talk. We have divided our stock of French cuff negligee shirts into four great lots selling at 79c, 95c, $1.15. and $1.40. These lines include qualities we've sold at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, and §2.50. On sale tomoiTow for the first time. Get your share of these shirts. They're dandies. Lotl SI .00 values 79c Lot 2 '1.50 values 95c Lot3 81.50 and $2 00 values Lot 4 32 00 and 250 values .15 $J.40 HATS PRICE Glad tidings for mothers; sale of boys' suits Here's a chance for mothers to save. Our complete stock of boys' suits in the Nor folk style with knickerbocker trousers. The high quality clothes for which the NEU STADT boys' section is known. All of them substantially reduced as follows $2.00 suits are reduced for this clearance to ". $2.50 suits are reduced for this clearance to $3.00 suits are reduced for this clearance to $3.50 suits are reduced for this clearance to $4.00 suits are reduced for this clearance to . . $5.00 . suits are reduced for this clearance to . . $6.50 suits are reduced for this clearance to $8.50 suits are reduced for this clearance to $10 and $12.50 suits are reduced for this clearance to iNEWSPAPEr NEWSPAPER!

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