The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 17, 1914 · Page 11
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The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 11

Decatur, Illinois
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Friday, July 17, 1914
Page 11
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F Friday Evening, July 17, 1914. T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Paj?« PANTS FREE! With every suit at our one price--?18, we will make to your measure, free of charge, a pair of Trousers for which we usually charge $6.00. This remarkable inducement will soon expire, as it is only done to keep pur shops going on full time during the dull period. Therefore, "get busy" ---NOW. The trousers may be selected to match your suit or in any different pattern you may wish. The Old Reliable. "One-Price" Tailors. 152 East Main St. D. E. Warren. Manager KOW IS THE TIME TO GET RID OF THESE UGLY SPOTS. There's no longer the 8llKbe*t need ot feeling usbamed of your freckle', »· tbe prescription ofbiue --· double strength--N emaraiitesd to remove tbele homely apot*. Simply Ket an ounce of othlne--dou- ble strcrKlft--from any druprglrtt a apply a l i t t l e of It nlKht and morninic and you ihould «oon see thflt eten the worst freckle* have bePBn to disappear while the llehtfr ones have vanished Mtirolv, It in nelilom that more thnn an ounce 1* needed to completely clear tlie Akin and goin a beautiful clear eomplcxioa. Be inre to a**k for the double ettrenprth otblne a* thin in sold under Zttarnntee of money bnclc If tt falls to remoTe freckles. S Cured of Eczema by · Saxo Salve Connersville, Ind. -- "My little girl suffered with eczema on her hands for nearly a year and reading about Saxo Salve one day I bought a tube and it helped her. After using two tubes my baby's hands are entirely well. It is a wonderful eczema remedy. "--Mrs. E. P. HOOK, ConnerBville, Ind. If we can't cure your skin trouble ·with our Saxo Salve and Saxo Soap we will bay back the empty tube. TIlllB U Ari..sirnnt: Druggist Hfcatur. til. 11 TICKET Hold Enthusiastic Meeting at Taylorville. Tajlorville, J u l y 17--WKh representatives of nearly every township in the rountv present, and with interest enhanced by the attendance of Portei Paddock of Springfield, the party candidate for congress, the Progressive count} central committee held an enthusiastic meeting In the c o a i t house Tluiisdd mormng and it was u n a n i - mously decided to place a full county ticket In the field. Petitions of tho candidates for the various offices w!H shortly be in circulation, but the names of the candidates are not j e t ready to be given out. Fifty Progics- snes Tl-ui^dav signed the petition ot Mr Paddock SWEDICK-BAIN. William c, Swedlck, a. oimg- miner of this city, twenty-six years of ase and Miss Elma. Bain, aged sixteen, daughter o! Mrs. Adam Kurmumskl, were married Wednesday afternoon bv Justice nf the Peace Dexhetmer in his office Consent to the, issuance ot the license was given by Mrs Carrie Barn- kl erandmother of the bride, who statorl in her attidaut that ths girl's mother was willing. The bride formerly lived in Decatur KEEP WEDDING SECliET A m a r r i a g e license was issued Tues- dav to Leste* McClung of Pans t ^ e n - t y - s a i e n an1 Miss Olive Heiold of M Louis, t « e r t . and kept off Hip mar riaga recoid u n t i j Thursday at the request of bo'h parties who said they C a n t e d thel.' marriage kept a s»cre' for a u h i l o The marriage c e r t i f i c a t e has not yet t e e n returned and it is not k n o w n who ^"formed the cerer'on^ sorrFTJES HOLD RFUMOV A b o u t nine members of the rhl Xu and La Zanzana. clubs, which existed few years ago In this c l t v gave a reunion WJnes3ai e ' C i i ' n e m honor of one of i t s members M-s i; H Bond f o r m e r l y Miss Dalsv i l u l b e r n , of t h i s citv, but now of Oklahoma Cits Th* affair was a surprise to iliss Bond The r e u n i o n uas given at t h e homo of Mrs Edward Forrester on Eait Park street Mr. and Mrs C'eveland Oats h a l e BS :helr guest Miss Jean D lio-nson of Pennsylvania, a. cousin of Mrs. Oats In her honor Wednesday evening five couples were entertained et a picnic n Manners park. William Seebarger. brother-in-law of Charles Hollida received word Thursday of the death of his father Wednesday night in Lacrosse Wis. He eft Thursday afternoon to attend th 'uneral ESI vices Mrs Mae Conrod and Mss Anna Si mon left Thursday evenirg for Chi:ago They will return Tuesday. with Mrs. C. C. Jones as assistant hostess. The program follows. Devotional services. "Personal Consecration"--Mrs A. J. Former. "Review of the Past Tsar"; "Foreign Work '--Mrs. A. A. McKee. "Annual Review o£ the Home Society"--Mrs. J. H Chaflwlck. Study ot "China"--Chapter VI. -Leader--Mrs H. P. Campbell. Music. SCOUTS BREAK CAMP. The Tuscola Troop of. Boy Scouts who have been camping south of Ca-margo in the Whently woods, broke carap and returned to their homes on Wednesday evening, after a fine outing. They came In bringing their camp equipment on two hay laddors that were provided by the fathers of some of the Scouts Miss Blanche Wright, who has charge of the millinery department of a large store at Dana, Ind, Is home for a visit with her mother, Mrs. W D Hlttle H J Senn, of Tower Hill, who has the management of the large store at that place owned by himself and his uncle, Henry Bollman of the Star store in this city, was her* Thursday calling on Mr. Bollman. George Fornoff of Streator, carre Wednesday evening for a visit at the home of Mrs. Fornof's mother, Mrs Frahm South of the city. Mrs. Fornof has been with her mother since she was recently Injured by falling from the door step when her ankle was broken Emery Stalker left here Fridaj morning for a. few days' fluhtng on the Illinois i h er at Bath TO PLAT DECATUR TEAM The game of baseball that was to have been plaved on next Sunday afternoon between the local team and a team from Oakland, has for some reason been cancelled and ther,e will be a game here at that time between the locals and the Decatur Monarchs Mrs A ~U Bliss of Los Angeles, Cal, who has been making an extended visit w i t h r P l a t h e s in this v i c l n l t j has gone for a short stay at LiberH, M o , from whicn place she will go direct to her home In California Miss Maude Thompson was a Thurs- div visitor In Danville Mri J "M M e i l c a , Miss Mary Hall, T E Dickinson and John Russell Cnaa- wick were among tho Tuscola people who were in Decatur Thursday Mrs N J Taylor and Mrs E K Whallon spent the day Thursda\ In M'irdock w i t h friends Mr and Mrs George Eenner were in Camargo Thursdav afternoon Not Tylterarr. Boston Transcript--Jail visitor -- oj saj that a love for books brought ·ou here, my poor m a n " ' Prisoner--"Yes, m u m ; pocketbooki " Heavy Wind Blows Down Trees and Corn. Tuscola. J j l v 17.--Tuscola and Douglas co mty visited b., some fine sho-svers on Thursday About 30 o clock a. m , there was a good shower that was soon followed b another one After these two had soaked into the ground ur.t 1 about 3 p m , there was another gentle rainfall of an a m o d n t son.ethmgr nar - w h a t had fallen in the mo'ning- hours At 6 p m . the clouds boiled up angrily fro-n the northwest and there was a heav downpour which was of s h o i t d u r a t i o n but was accompanied hv terrific thunder and lightning and ri£h wind. Many shade and f r u i t trees and branches w e r e blown do^n in the city, taking d o w n w i t h them telephone and "lectrlc ligrt wires The South Main stieet pi^cirent was blocked by a large maple tree blowing across it at the property of Mrs Julia Taggart, one block soutn of the C H D, crossing of Main street The corn In the gardens was badly blown down and t w i s t e d and it is said t n a t some of the corn fields In the surrounding country are laid flat on the ground, but the corn Is rot high and Just beginning to tassel and ear and it is thougnt that H will be but little damaged Vp to 7 p m , the government gauge showed neatly an Inch of rainfall for the dav, w h i c h w i l l be o£ Inestimable \alue to growing corn. VERANDA POCI4L The Home and Fore'gn Missionary societies of the Pre^M terian church held a "Veranda Social' at the home of Mrs Emma Callowa on East Scott street on Frldav afternoon at 3 o'clock' Baltimore, Md.--"About twenty years' ago both my lega 'began to itch from ankle to knee. Little pimples came out. The itching and burning was something terrible. I would start to scratch and could not stop. I would even scratch through tho skin and that of course would leave a sore wh'ich I was compelled to bandage. "I tried several prescriptions ar3 treatments, but received not a particle of benefit--no more than if the treatments were cold water. I then began to have very little faith in anything and of course could do nothing but scratch away, _"After suffering constantly for twenty years, a friend recommended Res- iuol Soap and Resinol Ointment. From! the very first application, I found relief, and was entirely cured in ten days The itching and stinging sensations have ceased and my skin is a3 smooth as a child's " (Sig'ned) Charles Warner, 1123 N. Stricter St. Every druggist sells Kesinol Soap [(25c.), and Ointment (50c. and $1). Prints 3c All sizes to 4x5. Films Developed, any size roll lOc Bring your work to the only Eastman shop n Decatur We use n o t h i n g but Eastman taper and chemicals The proof of our su- ierlor workmanship lies In the fact that /·e eenrj. our prints all o\er the U n i t e d States. Uall orders solicited. All work guaranteed C. A. MORROW, SI 5 NORTH WATER ST. · Trunks--Boxes--Furniture Good Service, Low Prices, Moving Vans and Storage Davis Livery Co. 128 FRANKLIN ST. We Haul Freight The Finest Residence Place On The East Side ADDITION Nelson Boulevard On East, Powers Boulevard On South, Wood Street On the North and Seventh Street On West ·\ LARGE 50-FOOT LOTS This is absolutely the finest residence place ever opened in the southeast part of Decatur. It adjourns beautiful Nelson Park and is platted with wide streets, fine boulevards and large lots. The Opening Day PER WEEK OR AS MUCH MORE AS YOU LIKE No interest until July, 1916! ^Ngjaxesjuntil 1916! No payments during sickness and loss of employment! Purchase money refunded in case of death, if heirs so desire! No mortgage! No notes! Ten per cent dis- count for cash! Six per cent discount for part cash! Read that again! ' Could Liberality of Terms Go Further? Come out as soon as you can and select one or two of these fine lots while you can get them at first cost. Every lot marked in plain figures. Take Eldorado car to end of line, walk two blocks south. Days of Sale--Then this Offer and These Prices Are Withdrawn. If You Cannot Come Today or Saturday, UNDAY Or the First Day Possible Thereafter Salesmen on addition every day until 8:30 p. m., during sale Realty Co. AGENTS EXECUTIVE OFFICES, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Office: 123 N. Main St., Just North of Decatur Hotel, DECATUR, ILL. »-.«, NEwspApEnflHCf

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