The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 17, 1914 · Page 10
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Page Ten T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Friday Evening, July 17, 1914. FAILED TO RECORD ME Tower Hill Accused Bootleggers Go Free. Shelbyvllle, July 17.--Because of the failure ol the clerk of Tower H1U township t» make a proper record of the result of the local option election of 190S. when that township went "dry" by a vote of 819 to 113, State's Attorney W. E. Lowe Thursday was obliged to dismiss four cases In the county oourt. and there will be no further prosecutions under the local option ]aw. so far aa the township of Tower Hill Is concerned, until there can be another election In that particular political unit. THE CASES. The cases dismissed Thursday were those in which Joe Fernando, Sam Bourmut. Tony Rhodes and William Borola were arrested recently on charges of dispensing Intoxicating liquors In anti-saloon territory. The scene of their alleged infraction of the local option law was the "Patch," a certain quarter of Tower Hill occupied principally by foreign miners and lying Just outside- the village limits Because of this latter fact prosecution was Instituted by the atate'e attorney raher than he village officials, and Mr. Lowe went ahead -with the preparation of his cases with no other thought than that the township was "dry" territory by virtue of the local option election. As a result of that vote three saloons ceased to do business In Tower Hill, and since that time several accused violators of the local option law have pleaded guilty and accepted punishment. In his work preliminary to the trial of the four latest offenders, however. State's Attorney Lowe discovered that by r»ason of the f a i l u r e of the clerk to raakp his records complete, he would be unable to prove that Tower Hill township Is legally anti-saloon territory. Of course, this was known to the dafense. and there was n o t h i n g left to do but to dismiss the coses CITY CAN PROSECTTE Thl«. however, has no tsarina: on prose-utlons In the village of Tower Hill, which a3so Is dry territory by virtue of an election subsequent to that held In the- township. Strlngont ordin- anoeei have been adapted by the village board, and In observance of those ordinances the two railroad companies entering that village hav« agreed that th«r will accept no more booze shipments for that plao». FRIEND PATS FINE. f . Frank Fri«nd, the C. * B. 1» operator who wag charged with assault ·9rtth a deadly weapon. Clay MoKlt- trtck being the complaining witness. was on trial in the county oourt Thursday Afternoon, and conducted his own defense. The jury took the case »t 1* o'clock, an1 several hours later returned a. verdict finding Friend guilty, as charged. Tudgre Grlder aa»«s»d a fins of $25. which, with the additional costs, was naid by Friend. VISIT CHRISMAN JOB PLANT. Mayor D. A. Bfllllgan, Alderman C. M. Fleming and City Light Superintendent H R. Brown, members of the commute" to which was referred the muni- "ipal Ice plant project, vtsite.il Cbrlsman Wednesday for the purpose of Inspecting th» Polar lea company and getting information concerning the conduct of trie plant and Its success from a. flnan- -ial standpoint. They returned to Shelbyvllle highly pleased with what they learned In Chrisman, and more enthused than ever with the plan of nstalling a similar plant In this city. They will recommend a municipal Ice plant at the next meeting of the council. They found a plant of 10-tons capacity turning out IS tons of clear, clean, sanitary Ice every day, with an immediate demand for the product at a retail price of 40 cents a hundred, or a wholesale price of $3.15 a ton, f. o. b. Chrlsman. ' After being informed of the local situation, the manager of the Chrlsman plant advised the Installation of a plant In this city, and declared that it could be Installed and operate without a penny of expense to the taxpayers-the city simply standing good for the first expense A report along these lines will be made by the committee to the council at Its next meeting. PROF. PHILLIPS HAS NEW JOB. Professor J. B. Phillips, who taught science and mathematics In the Shel- byvllle high schol last year, has been elected to a similar position In the high school at Marshall, 111., at a salary of $950 for the year. Professor Phillips is now tklng a summer course at the University of Illinois. Mrs. X. H. Foster entertained about twenty guests at her home. North Second and Will streets, Wednesday after- non in honor of her sister, Mrs. Gratton Ives, of Rantoul, 111 TEACHERS' EXAMINATION County Superintendent L. W. Frazer conducted the first teachers' examination under the new certificating law at the court house Thursday. Three applicants were, present to take the examination, the questions for which were sent from the state department of education. Following the examination all papers are forwarded to the state board for grading. S. A. D. HOWE IS NEW P. M. AT COWDEN There is More to Glasses Than Just the Lenses Fits-U Eyeglasses 00 -"' Lenses may fit your eyes but If the mounting or bridge does not fit your nos« you cannot have the greatest efficiency. We specialize in fitting, which is a real art. If your glasses are not comfortable let us tefl you where the trou- bte is. 1M Bust WOHun S*., DEOATUR, EM. Bathing Suits Finest line in the city! Women's salts, in different trimmings, $2 to to $10. Men's and boys'Jjathmg suits, one and two-piece suits, in cotton and wool. 50c to $5.00. Caps and shoes for bathers at different prices. Haines Essick 217 N. Water. Both Phones 1256. [EWSPAPERflRCHIVE* 1 6 Thornton Sellan and Mis* Powell to Die. Cowden. July 1 7 --Deputv Sheriff S A D Howe has received the appointment of postmaster of Cowden Mr Howe was not on active candidate for the place, but as he had been an applicant for the office a year ago. it Is thought taht he received the appointment for that reason LEG CUT OFF. As gangrene had developed In Thornton Sellare' inlured leg, amputation was decided pon and the leg removed Tuasday morning^ Mr. Sellar» IB in a serious eondltlon and hlB death Is expected at any time. James MltcB- ell, Charles EeJlars. MM. Mary Moore and Ted Nance have been In St Louis with him slnle Mondav night. His little ton and daughter have bean stayine with their grana- parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W N'ance. Tom, the eight year old son is lck with an attack of appendicitis. MISS DOWELL DYING At 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon a message from the hospital stated that Mr Sellars was very low and Miss Gertrude Dowell wcs reported as Just alive WILL BECOME NUBBE Miss Etta Horseman left Wednesday night for Battle Creek, Mich., where she will enter a training school for nurses Mrs. Samuel Cosart of Oklahom. IB the guest of her parents, Jesse Upperman ana wife and other Cowden relatives. The W H. M. S met with Mrs Anna Conrad Tuesday afternoon. RAIKB TWICE. Cowrton received two nice Bhowere Thrus- flay morning which were needed badly. CANDIDATES FILE FOR FAYETTE JOBS VandaMa, July 17--Petitions are being filed for the various county offices The following candidates have so far announced themselves. D C Mitchell. Democrat and Harry Mabry, Republican, for sheriff J A Matheney and J. H. Webb, Democrate, for county Judge j O Rutledg*, Democrat, for county treasurer. O A. Brown, Republican, county clerk F E Crawford. Democrat, county superintendent. PERSONALS. Mrs I* Volberg Is visiting her son, Harry and famiiv in Decatur Mrs Julia Remann and two granddchll- dren have arrived from Spokane. "tt*sh , where Mrs. Remann has been with her son, Fred They will remain here the rest of the Miss Vivian Rugan left Wednesday for Fousion. Tex , to Join her brother. Ralph, ·nhere she will make an extended stay Mrs JoseDh Round tree of Chicago. Is vls'lting h-r slstpr. Mrs Joseph Reed and other relatives and friends Mre E J Spencer and two children returned Tuesday to their home in Champaign, after a visit with relatives here and In MISB Dorothy Richmond, of Hvansvllle, "Wie., la Melting her uncle, J. B. Washburne and fami'y Mrs ?\!vla Laughlin went to Chamoalgn Tticsflnv lor a short visit. Misses Hallhft White and Annabelle Stout left Wdnesday to visit relatives In Taylor- Air and Mrs Beauford Bowers of Pam. wore ijiiestg the first of the week of the former's aunt, Mrs, G. H. Sharrock ana a Mr - and Mrs H. M Bentley and daughter Dorothy, are visiting relatives and friends In Sidnev. Mrs Magifie Furber returned wednefcjiay to Bhip Mound, after a visit at thft hnme or Jiidro and Mr= J H. "vVebb _, FINDLAY. Mrs T. H Shanks and daughter returned to their home In California Tuesday. The^. have been visiting relatives here about three ·weeks. Mrs. Ruby and Mrs. Bales visited with Mr*. J. H. Sayler Wednesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs Homer Hott are vialtlng in Chicago this week. Mrs. Jim DeBrular has bean Hi the past week with rheumatism Her mother IB here taking carp of her. Mrs. E S Combs and family entertained Mrs. J. W. Atkinson and Miss Bertha Kellman to dinner one day last week. Misses Ltzzte Ds.zay and Prancei Rogers started to Yellowstone Park last Thursday to view the country. Alva, Dlxon, iv ho is managing Dazev ft Richardson's farm In Hamilton county, P. B. Venraum and wife were here lest week visiting their §on S. M. Venmum a few flays Mrs. Robert Marsh of Pana, visited -with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Stumpf, last week. Charles Bare of Decatur, visited frith hi* mother last week a. few days. Mrs. T. H. Parry and child are visiting her parents, A C. Jackson and wife. They live in Bloomington. Elza WIlHfi ha* been sick the past week Guy Enoch, son of Thomas Enoch, escaped a severe Injury Sunday evening when the livery horse which he was driving balked and fVlsted the buggy around and upset it He got out in time to escape being hurt much except a few scratches _ _ _ THIRTY BUSHELS TO THE ACRE V. B Crutt had 1,200 bushels of wheat off of forty acre*, an average of thirty bush- the Packing House Market 118 E. William. Both Phones 4644. atorclay Sales Spring Chickens Danzeisen's pure lard 11 Vic Good sugar cured bacon 15 Vi c Butterine, Good Luck and Moxley's, 2 pounds for 35c Boiling beef and beef stew lOc and 9c Choice native beef roast 12c Choice native beef steak 12 Vic Nice fresh pork steak 14 Vz c Fresh pork shoulder roast 12'/ 2 c Veal stew 12c Veal roast, choice cuts 14c Veal steak 16c Choice sugar cured regular hams 17c Choice sugar cured picnic hams 13%c All fresh and smoked sausage 11 Vic Salt, pork 10c Open all day every Thursday. We carry a full line of cold cooked meats. This Great Year-End Furniture Sale Is The Greatest Bargain Even! Ever Inaugurated In Decatur A TREMENDOUS success from the first day; we're rapidly achieving our object--to dispose of $25,000 worth of fine furniture and house furnishings before taking inventory and thus start our second year with nothing but brand new furniture on our floors. "Price reductions range from 20 to 50 per cent. It s a wonderful opportunity for home furnishers, for ANYBODY with any kind of a furniture need. You can buy at sale prices for C1SH or CREDIT. Mail orders are filled promptly and satisfactorily; we prepay all shipping charges. 9x12 SEAMLESS TAPESTRY BRUSSELS rug in artistic small all over patterns, and in a wide ^ ~ selection of colon. Regular $12:5(1 rug, in this sale 27x54 SMITH AXMINSTER RTJGS; all desirable patterns and shades. For halls, doorways, etc. 13 values ,,.,,. ALL REFRIGERATORS it 0" GOING IN THIS SALE AT . . $1.25 Watches for 49 cents 1.000 high-grad? watches, sold the world over for $1.25--guaranteed for one year-- 49 C sale price, each 2,000 alaini clocks, perfect timekeepers, with sure-fire alarms, guaranteed for 1 year; S1.2S valoes OH mop outfits, consisting of 1 oil mop, 1 polishing eloth nnd large can of oil; regular price S1.25: sale price $4 Porch Settee this fine, solidly constructed weather-proof settee, finished in green. A S4 value--yours during this sale at the bargain price o f . . . Big Bargains in Library Tables This sale brings the most remarkable ralnes in library tables tver offered In Reeatur. A wonderful selection tn fumed and golden oak, very Intest *nd most artistic designs. One very speaial value in a CD.OO all-oak table, in this sale for 3000 Wonderful Bargains In Fine Chinaware, Cheice An enonnons collection of fine imported and domestic china dinner-ware--slightly incomplete 86 and 100- piece sets--many elegant Haviland patterns «nd rich floral and gold decorations; sets sold regularly at from $7 to $15. Dinner plates, bread and hotter plates, caps and saucers. Bonp platei, sauce dishes, cereal dishes, vegetable dishes* meat platters, etc. Also a great quantity of glassware, etc. Them are pieces in this assortment worth as much SB 50c, none worth lest than 106. Com* quids Monday KITT'EI and tahe yoor choice, at cacti LUfj .-10 DINING- TABLE An all-oak pedestal dining table, in rich quartered oak finish; extends 6 feet. Has a 45- ineh top. A splendid SIS dining table, In tbls sala for $11.95. 432-450 NORTH WATER ST. Dining Chairs SET OF SIS handsome dining chairs; solid oak construction; golden finish; opera seats and backs. A set always sold regularly for 811; a stirring bargain. $1 A IS ALL WE ASK Our entire stock of Men's and Young Men's fancy Suits at $20.50, $17.50, $14.75, $12.50 Men's Straw HATS $1.50 Your choice from our entire stock of Women's and Misses' Suits and Coats at less than Handsome Wash Dresses $3.98 and up Your c h o i c e from all this season's Millinery, priced up to $7.98, while they last $1.00 Handsome wash waists at 98c iURANIBDOMB Opposite Eeview. 346 North Main St. The ideal fuel for all purposes. Absolutely clean. No dust. No dirt. No soot. Is made in Decatur at our new gas works, and is the pure carbon, which means the REAL HEATING VALUE IN COAL. One tone of coke will go twice as far as .a ton of soft coal. One ton of coke will go as far as a ton of hard coal. Only $4.50 per ton delivered. Try a load and be convinced. Telephone your order. Bell No. 1; Auto 1167, Decatur Railway and Light Co. NEWSPAPER!

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