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Page Twri T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Saturday Evening, Jaly 19, 1914. 1 Four Days' Picnic--Offi- , cers and Committees. r Lovington, July IS--The homecoming stockholders have elected the following officers and named the following com- | mltttees to pilot this year's four-day companies to this city 'by her son, B. E. Grimes, of Crawfordsvllle. The Ladies' Aid society of the Meth- the church met on Friday afternoon at the church. There was a good attendance and a social hour after the regular routine of business was attended to. Vance Cornwell, local agent of the Reo cars, has received a shipment of six cars from the factory this week, all of which are sold. Mr. Eversole of Newman was here Friday assisting Mr. Cornwell in unloading and f i t t i n g up the cars. Miss Hattie George of Champaign has been a guest of relatives and friends here this week. The Delta Alpha girls of the South Side Christian church, met w i t h Miss Ava Murphy at her home on Friday ev- Mrs. Edwards, who lives on the Artie picnic, which will be held Aug. 11. 1-, j Kellc-y f a r m , was taken to Chicago on 13 and 14: President--William Kirkpatriok. Assistant President--Roy J. Silver. Secretary--Hal Foster. Treasurer--Homer Shepherd. CpMMITTEES. Speakers and free attraction?--J. W. Dyer. A. A. Brown. G. "W. Bryant. A. A. Shields. Advertising--T. L. Conn, A. J. Hirt, Roy Dixon. G. X. Hewitt. Privilege and police--G. W. Bryant, J. W. Dyer, Hal Foster. L. G. Hosteller. Grounds--J. R. Drake. Glenn Foster, T. J. Hines. Decorations and lighting--TV. R. Hesler. \ A. Brown, J. TV. Dyer, R. L. Hall. Master of ceremonies--O. F. Cochran. BETHANY BAND HIRED. The B e t h a n y Concert hand has been secured to f u r n i s h music for the f o u r dayr. a n d evenings. A colored q u a r t e t has 1 also been hired and several other free attractions. The program of en- entertainment this year promises to be the best ever as the committee in r h n r g e is spending- m u c h more than heretofore. JUDGE COCHRAN TO SPEAK. Judge W. G. Cochran. of Sullivan, will be me of the speakers and several nthers will also he here. Aside from the f r e e program, as furnished by the association, there will be a number of good clean shows and various o t h e r attractions that go to make up an occasion of this kind. OX AUTO TRIP. Mr. and Mrs. TV. H. Atchison and Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Cochrnn have gone to E'.ma. Iowa, on an a u t o m o b i l e trip. While there they will look after Mr. Atchison's land interests, as he owns a large f a r m near that plate. REBEKAHS INSTALL OFFICERS. Lovington R e b e k a h Lodge. No. 1!1, has installed o f f i c e r ? for the ensuing six months, ay follows: N. G.--Mrs. J. X. Foster. V. G.--Miss Delia Timmons. Sec --Mrs. C. TV. Dixon Chaplain--Mrs. J. TV. Mitchell. R. S. X. G.--Mrs. O. O. Dawson. L. K. X. G.--Mrs. \V. R. Hesler. R. S. V. G.--Mrs. TV. E. Dawson. L. S. V. G.--Mrs. J. TV. McK°nzIe. Warden--Miss Nina Ptfer. Conductor--Mrs. S. H. Curry. Inside Guardian--Miss Lydia Colbert. O u t s i d e G u a r d i a n -- M r s . O. F. Cochran. CUBS TO PLAY WINDSOR. The Lovinston Cubs will play a team from Windsor here Sunday a f t e r n o o n at 2:45. W i n d s o r is reputed to have a strong team this season and the Cubs are expeotintr a pood pp.me. Burress. Keyes and Johnson will be the local battery. Mr. C. B.. ConTJyer. the veterinarian, has returned home from an extended visit in Michigan. Harry C. Cochran was in Decatur over Friday evening to a t t e n d a meet- in? of the district Epwort'h league cabinet. Mr. Cochran is district vice president. The meeting was held in the First Methodist-church. CHURCH SERVICES. At the Methodist church Sunday morning the pastor. Rev. Mr. Adams, will preach a short sermon on "Elijah, God's' Prophet." At n i g h t there will be ·union services with the Christian church. Rev. Hill, of the latter, occupying the pulpit. At" the C h r i s t i a n church Rev HIH ·will preach in the morning on "Church Ordinances.", being the second ol a series on this theme. The highway commissioners have let the contract to F. E. Rlttenhouse for the erection of a b u i l d i n g to house the township's mahinery. Mrs. Myrtle Whipp and daughter, Miss Isabell. of Chicago, are hers the guests of the former's sister. Mrs. J. M. Shepherd. Owen McCaughey of St. Louis is here thi"! week the guest of his sister, Mrs. Hal Foster and brother, Thomas Mc- Caughej" and family. Beve Munch, carrier en r o u t e two, and C. S. Wright, carrier on route one. are taking their annual f i f t e e n day vacation. Mrs. W. A. Brown is substituting for the former while Edson Hos- gard is c a r r y i n g the mail in the absence of Mr. Wright. Glenn Cochran is in S u l l i v a n for a several weeks' visit with his grandfather, Judge W. G. Cochran, and other relatives and friends. N. W. Boggs and wife. TV. R. Hesler and wife. C. S. Wright and T. E. Pargeon and wife are spending this week on an outing at pifer's park, near Sullivan. T h u r s d a y by Dr. Myron E. Lollar of t h i s city and underwent a surgical operation at the Burnham hospital in t h a t city. /' Misses Hazel and Mabel Smith and Miss Margaret Henson of Urbana have been guests of their cousin, Miss Helen Benson Ih this city the past week. Miss Benson returned to her home the latter part of the week But the Misses Smith will remain here for some time. Dr. J. F. Gillespic, Assistant State Veterinarian, made a business t r i p in his automobile to Springfield on Thursday. He was accompanied as far as De- oatur by his daughter. Inelma, anjd | Misses Lida and Ella Hunt, who spent ' the day with Mrs. Charles B. Hill in t h a t city. Miss Gladys Coffee of Oakland, and Mr. and Mrs. Wooters of Champaign, were guests on Thursday at the home of Mrs. Wooters' mother, Mrs. J. M. Newman, in this city. Mrs. Wooters accompanied Miss Coffey to her home in Oakland on Thursday evening. Mrs. J. C. McDowell of Sidcll has been a. guest at the home of Misses Ella. and Lida. Hunt a p a r t of this week. James Ponder was looking a f t e r his f a r m i n g interests at Hammond Friday. Miss Edna Porch was in Decatur Friday. Mrs. C. G. Stovall spent Friday in Atwood with relatives. Vance Elmore and George. C. Schroitt were business visitors in N e w m a n on Friday. Mrs. Don W, Smith, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. V, Buchanan in this city, r e t u r n e d to her home at Chatsworth on Friday. Attorney J. H. Chadwick was a business visitor in Sullivan on Friday. A. A. Armstrong made a business trip to Hillsboro Friday. A r t h u r Bell was in Villa Grove Friday. NIANTIC. Ella The "Wisdom Rebekah lodge of Xlantic, met Friday n i g h t and installed the following officers: Xobls Grand--Mrs. Ella Moore. Vice Grand--Mrs. E l l e n Campbell. Secretary--Miss Alice Klzer. Chaplain--Lelah Spongier. Inside Guardian--Mrs. Tessle Klossner. Conductor--Mrs. Beaie Benvenuto. "Warden--Sirs. Lelah Grider. Flisht Support Xoble Grand--Mrs. Frances Jackson. Left, Support--Mrs. Clara Smith K i ^ h t Support Vice Grand--Miss Jor.es. Left Support--Mrs Martha Tipplt. Treasurer--Miss EJnnche Hurwlinger. F i n i n c i a l Secretary--Mrs. Oscar Clark. F i n a n c e committee--Mrs. 1,, O. Hawk, Mrs E. K Crews. Alexander More. Visiting committee--Mrs. Jam* £tm;t, Mrs. Florence Crouol!. Mr?. Fr:tnk Oil], Mrs. The- i ron Jarrett. Misf Dora Pope and Mrs. Ella 1 -Tones. A delrsate to the state convention ill be elected at the next meeting. The Mothers' club cleared about $20 off Its entertainment and ice c r e a m social Saturday nisht. The proceeds will be put into the piano fund. Miss Maurine Lowry returned to her home TUSCOLA MOTOR PARTY HOME AGAIN Fluhed In IH!nol» River and Vlalted Starved Rock. Tuscola. July IS.--X. M. Miller and Grover Helm -with their wives who left here about ten days ago for a fisfilng trip on the Illinois river, came home on Friday morning. They went In Mr. Miller's car and made a leisurely trip of it and had fine fishing. They also made trip to Starved Rock while they were gone. Mrs. F. E. Michener and children and !Miss Esther Hostettler of Manhattan. Kan., who is a guest at the Michener Nhome. spent the day Friday with friends at Niantic. MRS. GRIMES VISITS DAUGHTER. Mrs. Mary Grimes, the aged mother of Mrs. F. M. Stalker, came Friday from Crawfordsville, Ind., for an extended odist church met on Friday afternoon at visit with Mrs. Stalker. She was ac- Woman's Health and spirits depend upon her digestion and circulation. Sallow skin, pimples, facial blemishes and depression disappear after the system has been cleansed and the blood purified, by BEECH AM S PILLS {NEWSPAPER! Ukw We, Oc. - Handsome Building to be Put Up at Shelbyville. Shelbyvllle, July IS.--As a result of a financial campaign conducted by a small group of business and professional men of this city, a new building:, to cost something like ?20,000 and occu- p y i n g a site already purchased at a cost of $3,400. will at once be erected for the use of the Sparke Business College, of which Professor H. D. Sparks is f o u n d e r and- president. A n n o u n c e ment of the success of the campaign was made Friday at a meeting of the subscribers to the f u n d , and a committee consisting of William H. Beom, E. display in the show window of the Collins Jewelry store, and will remain there u n t i l the end of the baseball season, when the Collins Jewelry company will present it to the winning team of the Shelbyville Sunday school league. It Is provided, however, that in case the league Is reorganized nest season, the trophy will go to the team winning the pennant twice In succession. QUICK HEAD SAVES CHILD. A serious accident was narrowly averted Thursday evening, when H. J. Hamiin, Jr., jammed his helm hard a- port and ran his automobile into the curbing with a crash, in order to avoid r u n n i n g down l i t t l e Helen Dove, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Dove. As it was, the child, who ran Into the street directly In f r o n t of the approaching car, was knocked down by a wheel, but escaped injury. FORMER LOVINGTON JUSTICE IS DEAD Lovington, J u l y 18.--Word has been received here a n n o u n c i n g the death of W. B. Shook, a f o r m e r resident of L o v i n g t o n , w h i c h occurred Wednesday * i , er TM 1 ' Cl E -_ B olinger, Charles H. ( a t his home in Guymon, Okla. Mr. and .,,. TM . _ . . in Hamor.d Mond after making a weeh'E ·isit frith, Rev. arid Mrs. E. K. "Crews. Mr and Mrs. A. C Hawk espect to leave oon for McClare. Colo., to make an ex- tendbd visit with relatives and friends.... Mr. and Mrs. -Albert Stout have goner to iiousekeepins in Mrs. Malmla Gill's house in the east part of town Mr and Mrs. B. H. Armstrong and family moved to Lincoln Monday. Born. Sunday. July 12. to Mr. ana Mr«. Anderson Allison, a daughter. IV. A Wnciaell !s making a visit with relatives and friends In Flncl!ay : Patoka. and r h e r southern points this weeke. Mrs Brewer has returned home from a isit with relatives and friends in St. Louis. Mrs M a h a l a C,!I1 has moved from her house' in East N'iantic to the house, vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Donovan and family. "Mr and Mrs Thomas Jackson and hlldren l o l a ' - a n d Cecil, returned Sunday from a week's visit with relatives In Moweaqua. Misses Jear.te and Rose Delaney spent Snu- day evening with Mr. and Mrs. Jcck Sheehan in lUiopoIis Oscar Prithett of Decatur, spent Sunday with his parents. Mr. and Mr». T. M. Pritchett. here Jack Morlarlty of Decatur, spent several days this week with Arthur Connor and other Nlantic friends. Mr. and Mrs J. M. Knoi end family moved this week from the Pettua house to Beetle, George B. Rhoads, H. L. R u f f and H. D. Sparks was appointed to receive bids, let tha contract and proceed with the b u i l d i n g project. RAPID GROWTH. The erection of a building for the use of the college is imperative because of the rapid growth of that Institution, which was started here In September, 190S, with an enrollment of only thirteen students. Quarters on the third floor of the Syndicate building, with 1.100 square feet of floor space, were occupied the first year. At the beginning of the second year the school was taken into other quarters with a floor spacs ot 4,000 square feet, and there it has remained, cramped and hindered In Its w o r k , until this tima. During the five years there has been a total en- r o l l m e n t of 500, with 151 the last year and prospects for a much greater n u m - ber for next year. ON' SOUTH MORGAN STREET. The new building will stand on South Morgan street. Just south of Main s t r i i f t and will be 75x100 feet, three stories in the m a i n section and f o u r stories at the rear. The m a i n floor will be divided i n t o four store rooms, which will be let. In the basement there will be a fully e q u i p p e d gymnasium, SOxSTt f e e t and w i t h 20-fcTOt ceiling, six recitation rooms, shower - baths, dressing rooms for b o t h boys and girls and a separate room for the use of visiting teams d u r - ing a t h l e t i c events. There will also be a large stage underneath the street sidewalk. In the third floor there will be the college business office and the various departments, all well f u r n i s h e d and equipped with the latest and most highly approved business college paraphernalia. THE FACULTY. The f a c u l t y for next season has been engaged as follows: H. D. Sparks, A. M., president. H. li R u f f , secretary, stenotypy. Ethel Christman, bookkeeping and business practice. Bertha Herron, shorthand and type- w r i t i n g . Coral Smith, English and spelling. J. J. Baker, commercial law. F. J. Held, musical d i r e c t o r . In the conservatory, w h i c h was started in 1910, Sir. Held is dean of music, and Miss Smith is dean of p u b l i c speaking and art of expression. CHRISMAX GROCERY FIRM QUITS. A deal was consummated Thursday afternoon, whereby the grocery firm of Cftrlstman Company ceases to do business, their Interests having been taken over by Frank Adams In exchange for an eighty-acre farm a few miles southwest of the city. KRONIN'QER-BECK. A marriage license has been issued to Earl Kroninger. twenty-one, o f - C o w den, and Miss Grace Beck, sixteen, of Herrick. The latter is a daughter of G. W. Beck, who filed his consent to the Issuance of the license. NEW SUIT FILED. A new suit filed for the November term of the circuit court is that In which Grace G. Ctuler is suing Mabel Ray Cutler and others for an accounting. HANDSOME LOVING CUP. A silver, gold-linetl loving" cup is on , . . Mrs. fchook moved to Guymon several years ago. He was a veteran of the c i v i l war and for years d u r i n g his residence h e r e was a justice of the peace. It is not k n o w n whether the body will be brought here for burial but it is likely that It will be Interred at Guymon. In the evening she will speak MACON. Vi'ord has been received by relatives o£ Miss Daley Daggett and O. E. Daggett. that t h e y arrived i n Rockrord safely with no aL'CHlems and were e n j o y i n g themselves. They m:ide t h e trip in .Mr. Daggett's auto and t i i p y expect to bo gone a month. Mr. and Mrs. J. Klein were Dectur visitors Wednesday. Mary Gilmore" of Boody, and Esther Gilmore of Decatur, are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Dave Knlips this \vei-k. Mrs. A r t h u r G r i f f i t h and daughters, Eleanor and Lais of Canada, who have been the guests of relatives and friends in and near ilaton for the past six week, left Wednesday for Decatur, inhere they will visit relatives before returning to their home In Canada, Miss Bernico Higgins left WedneEday for California. She went on a businee trip \V. H. Rickarcl assistant superintendent at t h e Eastern Star home, vrho was seriously burned one day last week by the explosion of gas in a tank w h i c h he was cleaning', is getting along as well as could be- expected and it la thought nothing serious will develop from the burns, Mrs. Ed Welsh u-as ehopping In Decatur "Wednesday. Mary Rice returned to her home In El- Thursday. after spending several days with f r i e n d s in this city, John Van Gundy and family l e f t Thursday for C a l i f o r n i a , \vhere t h e y wjlt spend the r e m a i n d e r of the summer and perhaps the wmtc-r. Mr. Van Gundy bought a new seven paPosnger a u t o w h i c h lie had shipped there and In which t h e y expect to travel after a r r l v ; n q there. A w o m a n number of t h e Salvation Army In Chicago will speak at the Presbyterian c h u r c h S u n d a y morning and will also talk to women and glr!s over sixteen years of age In the afternoon on "Why Girls Go Astray. at the Methodist church. Charles "Huffman of Decatur, was a, bUBi- nes visitor In Macon Mondav Mrs. J. M. T u r n e r was a Decatur visitor Wednesday. Calvin E a f f o r d and John Hughes were Dec a t u r visitors Sunday William Patterson has taken charge of C l i f f o r d Wilson's mail route while Mr. Wilson takes hmip regular vacation H. Burton of Mansfield, is the guest of h i s brother, Grover B u r t o n this week. Miss Grace E u r t of EHvin, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gokla Lebo Sunday, Mr nnd Mrs. Dick DOTFCV Moweaqua were the guests of relatives here Wednesday evf-n!ng. Mis Edith Burt of Elwin, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Tom Wise, east of town a few days this week. The f a r m e r s ere about done threshing: near Macon ana it Is reported that Dave Hughes has the banner crop In this vicinity, His field averaged thirty-ona bushels per Mrs. Luther Hughes WSH shopping In Decatur Thursday Mrs. Vida G r i f f i t h l e f t Sunday for her home in Blue Mound, a f t e r spending a week with relatives in Macon. Mr and Mre Will Smith of Pana, were the guests of Mr nnd Mrs. James Clark a few dEi'R this week. Mrs. Virgil Graham and daughter returned to their home in Blue Mound Tuesday a f t e r several days' v i s i t with relatives in Ma- M'IRSPS Cleo Gehm and Nellls Fttereon spent Wednesday three miles *outh of We- weaqua Misses Neva ?trat»r ana Ulllan Harm of Decatur, are the guests of the former's sister, Mrs, James Copsey and family this week. Those who attended the concert In Blue Mound Thursday evening were Elmer Gehm. Lynn Taylor, Carl Cook, Ralph Walker ind Charles Walsh. Miss Lillian Draper who has bsen the guert nf her Fi5t*-r. Mrs. Willis Shlrey in Loving t e n t h n past two weeks, returned home Thurcl.iv. Wayne Hoover, who has been leriously HI for eeveral days is reported some beter. Dr. Hoover of Lovington and Dr. Wood of Decatur were callf-d here to see him Tuesday, Robert Bafford oC Minnesota, arrived In this city Thureclay to visit nt» brother. AU hprt Baffnrd. north of town, _ Moisture Extends Eight Inches Into Ground. Pana, July 18--The Ions dry spell for Tana and vicinity, was broken Friday morning when a good rain fell for about four hours. It "was a regular soaker, there being at least 1% inches. It was the first read rain Pana has had since last January. There was a high wind for a short time and some trees and wires were blown down, otherwise no damage was done. Farmers visited Pana Friday a f t e r noon and reported the rain to be an abundance. One farmer dug down in ils corn field and found the dampness extend to over eig'ht Inches. The rain will be the means of saving the corn crop in this section. JULIUS USKIN HONORED. Julius Uskin has returned from St. Ouis, where he attended the French Fete society. Mr. Uskin was taken upon the stage there and introduced to he audience of 5,000 members of the society. A history of his career, as a soldier of note was also given at the irne. Mr. Uskin received special mention in the St. Louis papers Wednesday. -UNION VESPER SERVICES. The Union Vesper services will be conducted as usual at the Kitchen Park auditorium Sunday, evening. Th? services will be In charge of Rev. p. P. Carson of tha First Methodist church. The sermon will be preached bv Bev. H. B. Foster. Mr. William Kalb. a soloist on'the cornet will render a few selections. ' PROSPECTIVE PASTOR. Rev. G. A. Kranzler, of Atwood, will occupy the pulpit of St. Johns' Evangelical church Sunday evening, speak- ng In both languages. Rev. Mr. Kranzler comes to Pana as a prospective pastor of the church. It Is possible he will be extended a call by the congregation. OUT OF DANGER. T. P. Moore, of Lake-wood, who has been dangerously ill at the Huber hospital, is now- convalescing and reported out of danger. He will probably be able to r e t u r n to his home in a few days. John Gilbert and sister, Mrs. William Pierce, returned Friday from Aurora, 111., where they attended the f u n e r a l of an uncle. The Presbyterian Boy Scouts will go on a camping trip next week. To lay plans the Scouts held a m e e t i n g on Friday e v e n i n g with Rev. H. B. Foster, the pastor. P. M. Davidson, manager of the Pana Ice Cold Storage company, was called to Odin, III, Friday to attend the bedside of Ms father who is very low. Mr. and M*rs, R o b e r t Johns and f a m - ily will depart soon for the Ozark mountains where they will camp out for about thirty days. Ora Lanhan, the eleven year old son of Mr.- anil Mrs. A. F. Lanhan, who Is confined at the hospital, is reported as slowly improving His f a t h e r attend- d his bedsire Friday.. Mrs. Lanhan, :he mother, has been c o n s t a n t l y at his bedside. Nowlee Co. of Chicago are here Big Bargains in Odd Lots While they last 6 p. m. to 9 p. m. $1.50 Summer Waists, Choice- 79c An odd lot of pretty Summer waists, made of very fine crepes, voiles and dainty lawns. This lot includes both high and low neck models; there is considerable variety as to styles and colors. Waists sold regularly for $1.50--splendid bargains for Saturday night shoppers, white they last, choice.. $3 Tub Silk Waists- Another remarkable Saturday night waist bargain. An odd lot of charming waists, made of fine washable silks--waists that are worth S3 --choice while they last Big Bargains in Best Makes of Corsets Several odd lots of standard makes of corsets radically underpriced for a quick Saturday night clean-up. These are all desirable styles. Regular $1 C. B. Corsets, choice 85c Regular $1.50 C. B. Corsets..... .$1.25 Regular $2.00 C. B. Corsets..... .$1.50 $3.00 Slim Princess Corsets, in the very desirable front lace styles, tonight, each : '. 50c Brassieres 35c A great lot of the famous "Bien Jolle" and "Nature's Rival" Brassieres, regularly 3Sc priced at 50c. Choice tonight $5 Corsets $3.50 A special -lot of the very fashionable "L ROU" front lace corsets worth regularly »5. Special tonight CO Rfl choice ... 93m9V with a force of men decorating tho Interior of the nev? postoffice building. MISS MARTINIE IS ASSISTANT P. M. Appointed to Mmroa office br Postmaster R. D. Bolen. Maroa, July 18.--Miss Eva Martinte, a graduate of the 1S14 M. H, S., has accepted the position as assistant with the new postmaster, R. D. Bolen. Misses Ruth Adams, Esther Shields, Ruth Malone- and Verl Stalllngs took the' teacher's examination in Decatur Thursday and Friday. Miss Esther Shields, who has been employed to teach the third room of the Maroa public schools, will go to Normal Monday to attend tht second term of the summer school. She has been one of the night operators at the Maroa telephone station for some time and will be relieved by Miss Marl* Brown. The evangelistic campaign at the Presbyterian church will come to a close Sunday and Professor P. P. Bilhorn who has been leading the singing will return to Chicago. Four conversions were made Wednesday night. Mrs. T. c: Grady took her Sunday school class of girls of the Methodist church to Salt Creek Wednesday for a picnic. Each member of the class invited one guest. They were Misses Rose Matheney, Le Ora Keatts, Beatrice Miller, Juanita Wikoff, Buth Bcckhart. Gladys Nowlin, Glrdys Williams, Marie Miller, Gladys Troster, Ruth Parller, Ruth Butler, Georgia Wilson, Mildred Knight and Winifred Knight Mrs. Fred Wikoff has been in Vlrden visiting friends. Miss Ella Grady has returned home Nervous Debility TELL YOU IT CAN BE CURED." All run down, tired out, nerves shat- tereB, no life, no energy, no vitality, depressed, easily fatigued, despondent, DOWN and OUT, like so many other men and women? Why don't you use Wade's GOLDEN NERVINE? It has brought relief to thousands and restores strength and health In a marvelous way. It Is DIFFERENT from anything else. Contains no alcohol, morphine or any other narcotic. ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTE. If YOUR druggist will not order H for you, it will be mailed on receipt of fl by Gem Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo. For nervous debility, insomnia, 'Weak heart and a run-down system It Is the ONE dependable remedy. Results are prompt and permanent A few doses maka you feel LIKE NEW. It has no equal as a restorative tonic for men and women. A trial convinces. ' Wade's GOLDEN NERVINE IB sold In this city by Th» IX-mtur Dnnc Co.. Pec«tnr. III. The ideal fuel for all purposes. Absolutely clean. No dust. No dirt. No soot, : Is made in Decatur at our new gas workg, · and Is the pure carbon, which means the EEAL HEATIN 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 $4.50 per ton delivered. Try a load and be convinced. Telephone your order. Bell No. 1; Auto 1167. Decatur Railway and Light Co. an extended visit In TYMhlnnrton, J«4 with her sister, Mrs. Ivan Morris. Mrs. J. M. P.ammel and son Edwin, of Assumption, come Thursday to spend a few days with W. H. Stone« braker and wife. Hies Maude Lucas at Olney la ta« guest of Miss Ottle Morgan. ' Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Nowlin »re in Farmer City visiting the former's par* ents, J. B.- Nowlin and wife, Miss Evelyn Smith has returned to. or home in Assumption after being lie guest of Hiss Alma, Harris fott ho the gu-- ,about a week. WAS MISERABLE COULDN'T STAND Testifies She Was Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Laekawanna, N. Y.--"After my firrt child was born I felt very miserable and could not stand on tnyfeet My sister- in-law wished me to try Lydia E. Pink- barn's V e g e t a b l e Compound and my nerves became firm, appetite good, step elastic, and I lost that weak, t i r e d feeling. That was six years ago and I have had three fino healthy children since. For female troubles I always take Lydia E. Pinfcham's Vegetable Compound and it works lik» acharm. I do all my own work."--Mn^ A. F. KREAJIER, 1574 Electric Avenue,' Laekawanna, N. Y. The success of Lydia E. Pinkham'* Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, is unparalleled. It may ba used with perfect confidence by women who suffer from displacements, inflammation, uleeration,tumors,irregularitieSi periodic pains, backache, bearing-down feeling,flatulency,indigestion ; dirzine$s, or nervous prostration. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the standard remedy for female ills. Women who suffer from those distressing ills peculiar to their sex shonlj be convinced of the ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound tore- store their health by the many genuine) and truthful testimonials we are constantly publishing in the newspapers. If ron want special adrtce write in Lydia E. Pinklmm Medicine Co. (conn, dentiol) Lynn, Mass. Tonr letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence. Dr.J.N.Shallenberger The Regular and Reliable Chicago Specialiit. HIS BEST REFERENCE: H«h«»UH«l your town monthly for the pott 16 yttn» DEOATUE DECATUR HOTEL j Wednesday, July 29, 1914« One day only--end return ever? 28 dtys. Office Bonn: 8:00 A. M. TO 3:45 F. H. 1 treat successfully tfte c«se« I undertake and accept no fee from those that cannot be tticceM- fuily treated. That Is why I continue my vislli year after year, while other BpedalUts make only a lev visits and ccaee to return. Dr. Shallonbeiffer ! as eminently snccewftrt Specialist In the, treatment and diaenociit oj Chronic Diseases. He has s lonsr-est«Wl«l'«l and well merited reputation, as the remit of ma laree practice and extemlve Hospital experience. which has made him so proficient that he can name and ezplaln year trouble in a few mtaatct. It costs no more to be under the care of an experienced physician than an Inexperienced one. I successfully treat CATARRH, Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat Have apecial treatment for iseases in early stages. CELE touted. Stomach, Liver, Kidney, Heart, Nerve, Blood and Skin Disorder*, GALL STONES. Rheumatism. Nearaleia nd Bright 1 * Disease ta eany stages. Inflammation of the Biadderand diseases of (he Female Orzans. Goitre or Big Neck treated scientifically. Piles, Fistula and Fissuro treated without the me of the kaito or attention from business. DISEASES OF MEN. I have a special treatment which I would Ilk*} to explain in person. Years of study and person*! observation at many patients in your vicinity should warrant those afflicted to col] an* obtain the benefit of bin lone experience. Em.io.tion, CnsylUII«« yt AdriM Fm at Cham and StOr O-fid«obat RlFmracES: South Bid* 9ts*»B«snt TELEPHONE DOUGLAS »*» Dr. J. N. ShaHenberger 2967 Michipm Art, Oucafo, tt ·To Whom It May Concern: I wit sick for two years with stomach, kidney and heart trouble. I wai unable to work and felt miseraEIe all the titoo and bad almost given up hope. I couldn't eat very much and had to suffer a great deal. Today I am enjoying food health and eat what I like and feel good. I -was treated by Dr. Shall*n- berger. who has visited our town for the past sixteen years, and I can recommend him. If yon will write me I will tell you all abont my case. J. W. Manan, R. R. 4, Morrison, 111. . _ _, NE WSP.APE.Rr

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