The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 18, 1914 · Page 3
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'-Satin-flay Evening, July 18, 1914. T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Page Three Taylorville Liquor Ordin- i ance to Get Real Test ' Taylorville. Ju]y IS.--The eleven members of the Spigot club who gathered in the basement of the Hogan building on the east side of the square, two weeks ago Monday night and who drank brew which marie Milwaukee .famous, were sued in action of debt for 5100 each in the r t v c u i t court Friday, the action being based on the violation of the Jim Leigh o r d i n a n c e , which perm i t s of a p e n a l t y of from $3 to $100 for sitting around a keg. T h p suit is based on section 4, which Fays persons cannot gather a n y w h e r e i n * t h e city o f T a j l o r v i l l r t o d r i n k a n y "kind of i n t o x i c a t i n g liquor. It is "brought to the August term of c i r c u i t o u r t and w i l l in all p r o b a b i l i t y be t r i e d before the j u d g e with the validity of t h e ordinance the only defense or t h e d e f e n d a n t s . A t t o r n e y John E. 3io£an has been retained by the def e n d a n t s . Whichever sido loses, t h e case will l i k e l y finish In the supreme court, and a decision should hp had by a pout next i'el'nitiry, CITY HALL FOR BULPITT. The plans for the new city hall and J a i l h a v e be«n m a d e f o r t h e v i l l a g e o E B u l p i t t a n d w o r k was startt-ii T h u r s day. It is a brick building 2'lx40 and n n e story h i g h . C. H Srhenk has the contract for the con struct ion and ^x- pectji the work to be done in a m o n t h . The j a i l v . i l l be b u i l t on Henry street In the west part of town. It will cost about $1.400. HEAVY RAIN OVER COUNTY. A rain w o r t h m a n y t h o u s a n d s of dollars to the corn crop of C h r i s t i a n county began shortly a f t e r m i d n i g h t Thursday and before it q u i t . some hours after, had given a b o u t a n i n c h of rain to every part of i n e o u n t y . J. B. ColPgrove. R a l p h R f r k s , H a r v e v Gollogher. Ernest W n f p a n d Levi M u r ray, who w e n t to Pan A T h u r s d a y in Murray's machine, were h r M up in Pana all night, and in at c o u n t of the muddy conditions of the roads were compelled to abandon t h e i r m a c h i n e and r e t u r n to T a y l o r v J l l e Friday m o r n Ing on the t r a i n . OPERATION. Miss M a r y Green of E a F t Poplar street w a s t a k e n ijl M o n d a y n i g h t w i t h a p p e n d i c i t i s an-1 i\as o p e r a t e d on Thursday n i g h t in St. V i n c e n t hospital. She stood the o p e r a t i o n well and is g e t t i n g a l o n g n i c e l y imw. Mrs G. F. S h u m u f i y . who \ \ a - oper- atf rl on T h u r s d a y e v e n i n g in . V i n cent h o s p i t a l by S p r m s f i e M a n d Ta\ - lorville snrg^ns i? g e t t i n g along nicely. DENIES COMING W E D D I N G . It is rumored in P t n n m s t I n t h a t th*» w a d d i n g of Miss C l a r a T V a n t v a n d P r a n k Fields is to t a k e place s h o r t l y , "but in an i n t e r v i e w over the telephone Friday w i t h Mi?s Tenn^y, a den i a l was made by her. The band g-ivc a good c o n c e r t T h n r s - dav e v e n i n g on th* north Mdf of t h n pquatre -and thp crowd whu-h g a t h e i c d showed their a p p r e c i a t i o n bv e n c o r i n g most of the n u m b e r s and a i a o bv c o n - tributing liberally when t h e h a t w a s passed. The band l a c k ? n ^ a r l v $10 of having e n o u g h n v - n p y to h - i y u n i f o r m s and new m u - i c , R*n] H. F r i F - h . r p p r f p e n t ' r n f f t h e M p r r h t i n t s 1 asto* l o t i o n w i l l m a k e a n e f f o r t t o ruiso t h p a m o u n t M r a n d Mrs. D a v i d M ' - W i r d ] P f t T h u r s d a v e v e n i n g for K r p d o n i a . K a n , ·whf-re Mr. McTVard will look a f t e r n i s f » r m i n = interests. They \ \ j i l v i s i t i n D e x t p r Kin., w i t h t h e i r d a u E r h IT. M"s. II. L. H-'immer and her h u ? b a n ] I i o f n r e they I -- t ' i r n . They expert to be g^n^ abo'it a month. Mrs. A l f f p Wheeler h a p r e t u r n p d f r n r n FfMiria. w h e r e she a t t e n d e d a ron- Vt-ntion nf the. gtnt* 1 p b o t o e r n p h ^ r p Mr« P S h ^ h a n w e n t t o B e n r d s t o w n I'")iua\ m o r n i n g foi a v i s i t , Mis? MaVi Stokes a r r i v e d F r i d a y r :t.?rri-nn f r o m P a y e t t f . I d a h o , for a t h r - ( - ^ .-t-ks' v i - i t \vith her parents. M i . nn.-l Mrs. H f u r v Stokes. an extended visit w i t h relatives here. .Mrs. Frank Chenoweth ot Charleston, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Phoebe Bodwell. Airs. Salem Kealer returned home Friday evening after a eix weeks' visit in Chica- fo and Ohio, Hi. Mra. A r t h u r Vcrner and children of Pontiac, ai e visiting her parents, Robert Moffitt and ulfe.' Clint Kr = t p r of Mt. PulaBkl, was In the city Werln'-f-tlav the guest of his brother, W. E. Kesier and w i f e . Jnmes Weaver, while at work on tho Pep- bin a d d i t i o n , was h i t by a falling scantling and severetv cut his lip, requiring several stltchfB to "he taken. Reports from It. K. Trimble and Joseph Close, wiio :ire t a k i n g treatment at the Pasteur Institute are improving. A son was horn to Mr. and Mrs. Forest Davis Tue^-lay. Mr. and -Mis. Ray Kilton are expected home ·wlir-rr they h a v e been ependmg t h e i r honey- Wi Ham H o u s r l m a n . living about four and o n e - h a l f m f l f s southeast of thus city, lost five cows Thursday m o r n i n g hy lightening. The LOW F \\ ere under a trco in the pa-stun;. MAROA CIGAR WEEK JULY 26 TO AUG. 1 M a r o a . , T n I v 1 S -- A r r a n g e m e n t s a r r "being m a d e fnr a J l a r ^ a ci?ar week to begin J u l y Jn a n d to l a s t until Aug. 1. d u r l n e w h i r - h t i m p all smokers a r e urged to U P P t h - - Maro,i ma^e cigars and help b o n « t a I m . - j l p r o d u c t , Mrs. W N P.i'fl* 1 of New Berlin, has been h e r e :hi, ^ . t - k \ i « i t i n s her d a u g h ter. Mrs. A A C o u l t e r . Misses E l i z a b M n n n r l Mildred F r a n k s of G r r - p n v i l l ' , »:·" \ i f i t i n c th*»Ir granri- n i o t h e r . M.r.«- K. P. Bowrti n. Mrs. O*or?e M i I K - r w q p ho? t ess to the member* nf t h e W o m a n ' s Home Mis- pionsr\ p n i i » ' t \ o f th° M e t h o d i s t c h u r c h Monday a f t ^ r n ^ n n . Misses l^rni'-" W i k o f f a n d E d i t h Moore h a v e r ^ t ' i r n ' ^ ' l:nme f r o m a x-isit of ^e-'f-rnl weks in Pac City and Mason City. la. Mrs. C. F. T r u m anri t w i n d.?mhters are spending the tvpek in Sprinefteld, JFo , with relatives. Mrs. L i l l i a n M o n t o n t h of Lakewond, Is passing the -w^k -u-ith h ^ r brother, Rev S. N. W a k . - r i c M , n n r l f a m i l y . Miss Goldir W r i e h t IP h o m e from an p \ t e n d e d visit in H a m i l t o n , Inri., with her sister, Mrs. Henry Stollers. who accompanied her home. John Crock**, Jr., is w o r k i n g in the C r ^ r k e r a n d o M n p n n y bank. BRIEF NEWS ITEMS FROM MONTICELLO K1ENNEY. "Brain Burt If ft Tuesday for n v i s i t w i t h f r t e n ' l s a t D t - t a t u r , L o v i n g t o n and B e t h a n y . CorUy b'ndei u ood w i f e and c h i l d , ppent tl;f f u s - t nf tin- week w-ith his p a r e n t ? . F r a n k H t o u t e n b o r o u g h has a n n o u n c e d his mime ris ( M i i d u l i i l f foi the n f f i c t . of e o u n i v t r p a n n ri a n d (,' F K e m p lian a n n o u m ed h h n - f i r for c o u n t y dork C l u i i - h - s !·: Pavi.s of Decatur, d r p n t v rev- cm:p c o U r M o r . was here Tuesday c a l l i n g nn t b o c i ^ . i r m . n n i i f i i r t m e i a a n d c h e c k i n g t h e m u p .1 K i i f t u a s In B l o o m i i m t o n T u e s d a y i'"n- t r . i c t i t i u i or ]( r to supply ins c u e t o n i r r s . The crct k H 1 - 1 lias K l ^ ^ " n tail MJ.-s Hiizel 1'fttTs arid b r o t h e r V i r g i l , are v i s i t i n g i n r i i a i u p a i g n w i t h Sir. a n d Jlrs Grover ( ' r u m . Mr. aiul Mr^ W i l l i a m P e t t i fob n a n d son ar« \ l M r i n K t h e i r ( I n u R h t o r . M r s N i n a M I M i - f f i n in tlm norm p a r t ol t h e s t a t e Mi-c H "\V, Spilinian e n t f - r t a m r - d t h e La.lkv-,' G u i l d of the M e t h o d i s t r l n i r r h Thurs- d a v a f i p r n f i o u Mrs. O. S Cade and c h i l d r e n l e f t Tues- d a v t o i ;i v i s i t w i t h t h p i n r m r r ' s j i . ' i i r n l F at \ M i l t P h a l ! P r o f f s s n r r.ule w i l l i o i n t h r m i n a f e w d a f r . " S i m the} w i l l po t o F a t t r i j - o n to v i s i t h i s p d n : n t ? Mrs P O. C'lTrk f i n d c l a i i c h t c r . Mi.-F M . u y , le't Tiiesdny for K a n a m a z o o . M i f ' i . w h* 1 re Jllss M i r y ' w i l l t n k e M v a i m e n L f o r ii'". \ mus t r n u h l p Mr.=. I C H r n \ a r d t« v l s i t i n ? a f e w d n v r · w i t h JX'in V a n (.'riirpin a n d u i m i l y in 11 i r i s I n i r f r M;P r | \ d e Nelson nf M l r f i n l . Fl-t · s p e n t several r i n ^ s ' h l f w e e k w i t h h*r im-'le. It.ivid B l a r k a p - 1 « i f ' M r ? L u r m d ; t S ^ U I I P ? n f Phf rr.-\ i l J p , K a n , \ i f . i t . -d s r r e \ . i l da/:- t h i s w » e l w i t n .1 ^ Torlci nr.d \Mfe a n d B. O r i ) f r k ' i n d r . n n l l v y i i e was mi (IT \\n\ m P l . n n v i l U . . M n - h . . 10 v i t l t h.T d a i u h t f r , Mi.- A i t h n i K n u r . M r s -f I f ' o o k n' (l.ir I n d . and M i s . Ella D i ' - k r r ^ o n of P * o r l a .11^ a t thp betl- PKle o l t h ' . i n n t h M M r ^ K r ^ n k N ^ a l ivhot-e c o n d i t i o n is cr.idn.illv ci-n« me: « "TFP Dnn V a n ( i u r p i n a n d f a n i l ' v o f H a r t P b u r R , d r o v e In K*-rn.\v m t h - i r ( .ISP a u t o m o K i l e \Vfdii«sday to i i ^ i t r, M M - ' E l h i n e y and ' M r s ' M i n T i l f H f P t r t ! f r ' ' S ' . l d a u c h t e r . Mi^s R u i h 'of D c i - a t n r . nf M . - I T M I S O r a n d M r - . W M rr.MK ar F . i l i . i - w l f "lce lr O r a t K i r . o m p n i ' - n '· i^f. Mue t o t h " h n ^ p i t i l m rvi'.-mir Th i ' - " i a m o r r m ? M r . Blue W ; I B t n k e n bud v h i l ' a t w o r k o n a b j l f r M n n d r i y . He b.is t:K fn f t h " bn\vel= Several f a m I I O I P : i i t " i i d - l :hr h a n d coi- cert a t M t I'lilntki W e t l n - ^ H v p ^ e n i n c Mrs E "R N e ^ l e y l e f t FT M.iv for C e n t r a Ha to \ i s i t h"r p i f - t e r W H I S T T A P T Y T h u r = d a v a f t e r n o o n Mr- P.. M. P u t t l f e n - t e r t a i n t d f i t c a r d s in hv "' of M i r . ' H S u i t U nf P M t H d r ' p h i . i " - r e wf"-p p i \ r e e n women I ' l ^ s . - n l M n-. Au--! " T h n i r p ? n n won l i r = t pnr- and M r s A C T r o w n r t - U e the c o n s n l a t i o n pn?". A I n n ' - - -n of x ·· c r ^ - a n i , c a k f a n d m i n t ^ « a* ! - · ! - ' · T n o ^ e prc c - s i r u r i v M i n n i e ? n IV M. · , r r l . C T. \ P N a n d t r I I f i y W. K-, W \^ J a c k ? - n. n:in F . u n c ' 1 fi ' fox. ^''titt N-'-.Tiinc. .lob" K d - - - F»rn i: i n P T\ V u s t i n T h o m p s o n P l l t t l ' o f P h l l T U ' l l ' A .Tic 1 , t. OREANA. M I F = Ton Pte^.'i'-! if '"·Hilton ' ll M?=''.»""|lollic nivl X^llie ninall Irfl ^' . n r - V l a i for a I r i p I" Yo"o« Mnr,p Pork \I-^ F f Sp"^:)"r a n r t Fnn T x n ' T r . . v D f r n t u r . - . i M t r . l M ^ . l n ^ . I i v n r i T h u r - d a y . M!-:' W i l l i a m Zi"::!'"- of Kan--:)!', r a m " " W » i n ^ f l a y f n r a M-^' 1 " - i t h h"r p a r e n t s . Mr and i i ~ r ; e ' ! c.. S"Tnrm "Born t" Mi- o n d Mi- W i l l i a m F||75. ' a i d T h i i r s r i n y J u l v I-\ a ^ni, M r ^ .--.ir 1 C - i l h i n a n d t ^ f r h ^ ' l r r n of M. Lo',,,, « p n - t T ' - ' i i x - l n v « ' t l , M i - - ' 'd.1 W n o r " Mi a n 1 M i - i / - " nac'tl.'!" n n r l «"-· ^ n i l d-.'n p !··--..·] K i i ' l n i n n-i i t u r Tho f. · me o r . ' , , "f t h r !l-ir'i-.l - h r u ' - h . iv"t T l v . r ^ l a v . i l t ' i i o n w i ' l i M r ' Mi 1 !'- , 'l til" M i c e 1 : - !"n T I M , i t ^ ^f n o a i i r . l a t ' . - r p ^ r l o' HIT u f p k " t i l l Ml^ 1 . A ! i i l r = Fl I t W t - r nf r.-...iliir. \ i c i f ' l T n ' s d a y v i t h l i f t m - t h i r . Mrs .T. M a l n n - . , ,.-HhP,ld,-rs' m," l i n e n t t h » l'"\n l . a ' l \ V . i l n f " . l n v . .TnH- 1" Th" i r n T i n c o r · ai K ] = . - . i . | a r \ ' s l i p n t t s \\'-ri i cad and a p p i n v f d l h » o l d ,Tuly I S -- 'Eriuarfl B a n e t t Your Eyes Are Obedient Servants They may complain but will toil on in your behnlf. They -will stand more abuse t h a n any organ of the body. But when, through constant neglect and rough usage, (heir delicate adjustment becomes disturbed. how quickly the servant becomes the master. How utterly helpless you are without your eyes. Give them attention at once if they are ailing. Let us examine them free of charge. 107 N. Water St. Opposite Millikin Bank. FARMERS MERCHANTS STATE BANK PAY On Savings Accounts. Call and Get a Savings Under Supervision of State Government. 135 E. Main St. Removal of Refrigerator Service Threatened. Shelbyville. J u l y IS.--Independent shippers of p o u l t r y and p o u l t r y pro- u u c t s along tho line of the tVabash railroad company in Shr-lhy c o u n t y are up in arms over an allesnd attempt of the American Refrigerator Transportation company to f o r c e ' a suspension of the refrigerator car service nn that division, as a r e t a l i a t o r y measure because the shippers h a v e sent their products direct to e a s t e r n markets. I n s t e a d of belling to the local r e p r e s e n t a t i v e s of the poultry companies. FORM ORGANIZATION. In order to p r o t e s t systematically n ^ a i n s t the removal of r e f r i g e r a t o r service, a n u m b e r of s h i p p e r s h a v e f o r m e d t h e Hoi-chants' a n d Produce Shippers' association. The o r g a n i z a t i o n was e f f e c t e d .it a m e e t i n s of shippers at Ptrasburpr, a n d the following named o f f i c e r s were elected. OFFICERS. President--J. E. Weber. Strashurg. Secretary--C. A. Meltaner, Jr., Ste- warrtson. Treasurer--Ferdinand Stetzler, S h u m way. 21 YEARS OF SERVICE. Since ISflS t h e A m e r i c a n R e f r i g e r a t o r Transportation comp.my ha^ been r u n n i n g . - e f r i i ^ e r u t o r cars o n A V e d n e s d a \ s and Saturdays f r o m A l t a m o n t to Bem e n t . but last week the c o m p a n y n o t i - fied the s h i p p e r s t h a t the s e r v i i n did n o t pay, n o t w i t h s t a n d i n g t h e f a c t t h a t f r o m two to f o u r carloads of p o u l t r y and esss \\-ere h a u l e d n e n r l y everv t r i p , a t (lie p r i c e asked by t h e c o m p a n y N A M f t P E R S U A S I O N C O M M I T T E E . A f t e r o r g a n i z i n g t h e i r c o m p a n y , t h e shippers a p p o i n t e d H c o m m i t t e e t o \ i f \ i o f f i c e r s " f t h e l l e l r i p e r a t o r t r a n s p n i t a - t i o n c o m p a n y in SI. l.onis tins w e e k , in n n e f f o r t t o p e r s u a d e t h e m t o c o n t i n u e t h e service. S h o u l d t h i s m e a n s f a i l , i t is said t h e s h i p p e r s w i l i r e s o i t t o o t l v r m e a s u r e s . UNION SERVICES AT HAMMOND H a m m o n d , . l u l l 1 ^ -- T h e M e t h o d i s t a n d B a p t i s t c h u r c h e s w i l l ho!rl u n i o n s e r v i c e s i n t i ' e \ i l l a e - * p a r k e; erv Sund a y n i t r h t . h e ^ i n n i n c t v ^ t S i n r l a n i K h t K v e r v h o d y 1=; i m i t e d t o i i t i e n f l t h e s e sen ues. j T h e school c e n s u s for the \ i l l , i c . of j H a m m o n d h a s b e e n n m i p l " t i ' d b\ M i R u t h W r f n a n d is a s f o l l o w s " M a l e s u n d e r 6 e m a i n s u n d e r K ENGINE SLIPS BACK INTO SEPARATOR Kinncy Mnn JumpK From Cab and Snves Hi B Hr P . Kenney, J u l y IS.-- c. F. Alexander had a narrow escape from death Friday afternoon. He was piloting the t h r e s h i n g engine and separator across t h e ford near his f a t h e r ' s home when the engine lost way and slid back into the separator, The separator crashed into the cab and m a d e kindling wood of it, but Mr. Alexander slid out of the cab and d i r e c t l y u n d n r the separator. Had he i f m a i n e d in the cab, he w o u l d have been k i l l e d . ELWIN LADIESAID SOCIETY HAS SOCIAL K l w i n , J u l y IS. -- On T h u r s d a y a f t e r noon Mrs. Charles C u n n i n g h a m enter- t a i n e d the Ladies' A i d t - o c i e t y at her honir two miles f r o m K l w m . A b o u t t w r n t y persons were prcsc-nU The day was enjoyed by a l l J I T p.spnt. P R E A C H I N G S L ' N D A Y . S u n d a y schools a n d p r e a c h i n g services were ^vcll a t t e n d e d last S u n d a y . On S u n d a y m n r n l n ^ Rev. Mr. Pollock w i l l p r e a c h t h e sermon at K l w i n , ;mrl in the evening at 8 p. m. at Blue M o u n d c h a p e l . PIATT COUNTY TO HAVE NEW TOWN Concord SldlnK to br Located Four Miles East of Bemenf on Wa-nanli. M o n t i c e l l o B u l l e t i n : I t j p said t h e r e i s a m o v e m e n t being; f o r w a n l r d f o r a I I P W t o w n to be located f o u r mi IPS p a s t of HP men t at the Dillon crossing 1 , on the \\'abasli ra ' I r o n d . T h o r p is so m u c h corn to be m a r k e t e d ,1 ound t h a t r ° i n t t h a t t h p B r m e n t t i r j i n c o m p a n y h a ? dpcideri to l o c a t e a Ic-rgrr modern P!Pv a t o r there. The n e w t o w n is to be called Com-ortl Pidiner. \\ p u p p o f e I n w n 1'TtK w i l l soon be mi ?n]p. SHOBONIER. T o t a l un Males bf lir.ab-s ('· e t w f i a n d 2 1 rn (\ and Total h p f w p o n fi and L'3 MaRs u n d e r J1 . . . . . . . . F r i n a l o s n n d p r -1 . 1 a h i p P nn 111 a n i l f a m i l y Mrs. E ,!. S p e n d e r and" r l u l d r p n of Cham- pal,-!!. w h o h a \ e hee-n \ i ? i : m g r p l a t h e n a n d triemi"! h ^ r r , h a r e r«timvl \n t l i P i r h^'ii" D r . ( J r i m p ' s , \ \ h n \ \ a e p i m k * 1 ! ! t r i t i r a l l v 1U ^ r d n c f d a v , was r * m o \ f d t o K i f m p h a n i hn-s- i n i a l T ] i m c - i i a j D r . D d l o o f ?t P a u l ar' o m p a n i P i l h i m Mi B. ildry A n d e r p o n n f P a t n k a . u ho has h c ^ n v i s i t in cr IHTP a * o u p i p o f d i ^'F, r°t u r n ^ d t n h e r h o m p T h u r a d e y V'. S Bauer, i n r e r n a l r f i v f i u m r n i i e ^ t o r of ( h i * d i s t r i c t , n Uli h r - n r l q i i d r t f - r s a t E f f i n g - h . i n i . u.is l o n k m c - a i t e r the f e d e r a l side of t h f m' n i n e t a v here Tlmr"(! i v F I H S T H A I X FOP. .in.'y Thf 1 f i r s t ram i u .!u!y v i s i t ? 1 t h i s s p r t i o n T - n r ^ i l - i y n m h t . l u i t t i m l;u« f o r h n y a n d n - i ^ O - i t q n i f a n f n t i r r l a l ' n r p H a v ibont ·i*it f o u r t h to on-'- t h i r d :'-p. Tin* h n t u i n d - d i t h p past v\ ·-*' k h r i \ « T\'rni]£rh I-'avor 'o t l i f corn and H LS f ea r*. il t h a t n o t h i n c r n n 51 \ r ) t r a p t t i r f p n r ^ I i n * - n H n r v H r . K ' f i n s n ^ h i p i ' M a m i x e d car I i - d d nl hoc 1 - a n d i '·'.' 'p \\ ··= I n * s d a \ M i s - K i t i i ' - e ^ n v i i , r of M a r o n w hn h a p h f f n \ 1*11 i tie r r l H t l v P«! h^r* 1 t!i" p a e t t w o ^ els.5. \\ I 1 ; r e t u r n horn* 1 Sun t i n y . Mrs. Fred S . j h r c n a n d ^ h i l r l r ^ n of Poma^ n . ' u k . n r e i i s i t i n c t h r M r t z e e r f a m i l i e s h e r e t i 1 a t V a n d i i l l a « ' I a r f n c Pn;\ n. T\ ]m wa? t a k e n to t h e n,ipn?t h o s p i t a l at ?( LmiK four uceUs- a z o u liprf h e w a. 1 - o p ^ r n i e i j on fnr a p p e n d i c i t i s Thf 1 r o u n t j h u a r d m tv. ic-w ha? n o t i f i e d f i f t v f n \ p a y ? *· P of t h H- t o u n F h f p ! h a t thr-y ·".-I! r,i!Fo i ' - p a^r^c, d \ a l i : a t i n n nn horses, miii'-s. c a t t l e . V L , i i ? n n s a n d w a t c h r g a n d ir 11 w a u i n i z o r i r l i o n s t o t h e FfiniP. Finish it Next Week-^-Engine Stalls in Quicksand* S u l l i v a n . J u l y IS.--The work on the Like at the \Vyman park will not be f i n i s h e d t h i s ^ eek, as was expected. They now expect to get through about Jlonday or Tuesday. Thursday the showers delayed the work some and on the same day t h ^ large traction engine which is heirjE? used in the work, got sialded ill some quick sand and it took some t i m e to Ret H out. This Is the second t i m e the e n g i n e has gotten stalled in the q u k - k sand. T h u r s d a y one side of the pnc~inp gajik to a con- piflerabln. d e p t h and it took considerable work to get i t o u t . TO FINISH S T R K K T FOR CHAUTAUQUA. Mr. Harshmnn, who has the con- t r a c t for the N o r t h M a r k e t street pavement is p u s h i n g thp work of laying t he concrete b^d f o r the pavement proper and it won t be m a n y days un- t i l he w i l l be t h r o u g h with this p a r t of the work and bo ready to put the ;ind cushion on leady for the brick. It is hoped by t h o p p in charge of the c h a u t a i i q m i m o v e m e n t t h a t t h e pave- m e n t will be f i n i s h e d ready for the i l i a i i t a u q i i a which w i l l be h e l d in the old f a i r g r o u n d s i n A u g u s t . Mr. Seass is B l r e a d y at work g e t t i n g the g r o u n d s i n shape rendy f o r t h e c h a u t a u q u a , w h i n h w i l ] hfl t h e best assembly t h d t has e \ e r h r r n hold i n t h i s city, TO QT'IVKR BEACH. Mr. and Mr". W i l l H. W y c o f f and t h e former's f n t h e r , Rev. ,7, M. "Wye-, l.off. Mr. a n d Mrs. Fra.nk A. Reese and t h p former's f a t h e r , John B. Reese, l e f t S a t u r d a y m o r n i n p f n r Havana, 111., where t h e v w i l l spend two weeks a t Q u i v e r Bea^li. w h i c h IB along the Illinois r i v p r near H a v a n a , T b p y will be j f - i u p d S i i n d a v by Mr. and Mrs. O t t o T* Tedd and three children. Loren and Misses Lois and Ruth, Dr. O. M. Williamson and wife, and Mr. and Mrs. L, M. Craig, who will leave here Sunday morning in their automobiles, making the entire trip In their cars. HORSr KILLED BY LIGHTNING. Fred Cook of northeast of Cushman, lost one of his horses, struck by l i g h t n i n g during the electrical storm. PERSONALS, Misses Edna Reedy and Olive Little were Decatur visitors Friday. Ed D. Eland transacted business in Dr.catur Friday, Miss Rose Corbin was in Hammond Fridvay where she lias a music class. Miss Margaret Curd of Pueblo, Cal., Is here for a visit with her uncle, George "XV. Shirey and wife. Miss Blanche Schlesser of Mt. Vernon. arrived Friday noon for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Walter Warren. Mrs. Charles H. Monroe and daughter, Katherine, visited relatives in Lovington, Friday. CHURCH SERVICES. P r e s b y t e r i a n -- T h e usual services will be held S u n d a y morning-. Subject for m o r n i n g discussion, "The Early Church," and in the e v e n i n g u n i o n services at the Methodist church. Christian church--Services Sunday morning, w i t h Dr. Foster of Decatur in the pulpit. No p v e n i n g services, but union services at t h e M ^ t h n d i s t church. Methodist church--The u s u a l services will be held in this c h u r c h Sunday m o r n i n g and in the evening the union services will he h f l r i . Rev. W. H. Day o£ the Presbyterian c h u r c h will fill the p u l p i t at this service. Rev. W. B. Hopper of the Christian c h u r c h will go to D e c a t u r Sunday and bold services both m o r n i n g and evening" in the First C h r i s t i a n c h u r c h of t h a t city. A. B. Roney went tn B e t h a n y Saturday for a short v i s i t with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Stevens were Decatur visitors Saturdav. Mrs. J. H, Burns wr-nt to Decatur Saturday morning for a visit with her s^in. B, B B u r n s anri family. A r c h i e C o ^ h r a n r e t u r n e d to Springfield S a t u r d a y m o r n i n g a f t e r a vj = it at home w i t h his f a t h e r , Judge W. G Cochran. NEOGA'S POPULATION FOUND TO BE 1,176 Neoga, 111., July IS.--According to the figures compiled by Miss Elsio Husband, who recently completed the taking o£ the school census for this district, Ncosa has a population of 1,176, a slight decrease from the census of last year. Past reports show the population to have been 1.153 in 1912 and 1.1P3 in Experienced Women Advise Mother's Friend Eecauso it Is so perfectly safe to U3*» and has been of such great help to a host of expectant mothers, these women, experienced in this most happy period^ advise the use of "Mother's Friend." Applied externally to the abdominal muscles Its purpose is to relieve tha undue tension upon tho cords and Uga.« ments resulting from muscular expansion., Beneath the surface is a network of fine nerve threads and tha gentln. soothing emhrocation, "Mother's Friend." la designed to so lubricate the muscular* fibres as to avoid the unnecessary and continuous nagging upon this myriad ot nerves. It is a refi^x action. Applied to tho breasts it affords tha proper maspage to prevent rakinK. i Thousands of ·women have reason td believe In this splendid hHr» under the trying ordeal of motherhood. Thelir letters are eloquent evidence of Its great value to women. In use for many years it has come to be a standard remedy foe the purpose. There is scarcelv a well-stocked drug store anywhere but what you can easily obtain a bottle of "Mother's Friend" am* in nearly every town and village Is au grandma, who herself used it in earlieo years. Expectant mothers are urged to try this splendid asMslant to comfort. Mother's Friend is prepared by Brad* fleld Regulator Co., 4 J 0 I,amar Bide., Atlanta, Ga. Send for our little book. Total n n d p r L'l I P S ! BEARSDALE. O t h P l l a Daley o£ S u l h v a n 55= t h r now ^ ^^ ^^ r j n r ( i n c r Farrow . of D e c t u r , b a r b e r at B. Y. V a n b o o k ' s ,-hnp. t a k i n g j ..p ,,, t,. u , ( i,T\- v itb '"".it Wpikr-i and f a m i l y thp ploi'p of D a \ e K n b e r t s . ! Nr* J o h n B-iver a n d son J u n i o r , were De- .lanit-'-s J. Lovo of B l o n n i i m - ' i n n . wa? r a i l i n g - on f r i o n r l p bore \\'rdnr i -'la ··. Mrs. T7. U W n r t l u i m IP tin- c»r.-r of h e r s i s t e r . Mr=. A. I! W a l k e r in P h i l o J . j n i f p P. Coward of c h i c - a g o . \ i p i t ^ d lioi e the f i r ? T of 1 hf w f - f k w i t h rt-l.-i- l i v e s . T. J. S m i t h was H Tuprola v i s i t o r M I ^ S M v r t l p A F k p n - of D o n o v a n h;jp he p n enerag^ii bv t h f srlioni b n ^ i r] to t i - a c h t h p 7 t h anrl S t l i p r a r t p s i n t h f H n m m o n d school f«r t h e r o m i n e p a r . E l m e r a n d O t l h p r t Y n k e y -irp M M t i n g r e l a t i v e s in S h e l b y \ ille. Miss V I V I H I I B a r n P i t e v i s i t o r ! w i t h r e l a t i v e s i n J - n v i n c t o n t h i s w e r k . Mrs. J. K. Ponder of V r h a n . i , \ islted l i e r p t h i s week w i t h r e l a t i v e 5 , l u r F Mr nri(3 M r = .1 ''. ^ f t n i p r of P c r s v t h , . i n d M- a n r l Mr= Fr.ink R i f e a n d flatichte- . Mu !·· wfr*- \ i f - . t i n e f i t ' h f h n m * of A -T. j U ' r l t n u I S ' i n d . i \ Vr find M r ? r ' n r k s W p a i « r and H D. j \ \ c i k f l o r n r r . n r u r . ^ p e n t l lie q p \ - w i t h Roy \\-w\\ f"- a n l rmv.llv T i - - = i l n " "Mr:: pvron Mr,;,1115 F j ^ m \ V e d n ^ F d i y w i t h h*r -:i«-ter Mr*- A r i d P i r n h M i c = V n n n a .!nn 1 = 3Prt n ^ v d M-*F«ev wro :n L a » h n m s»IT!T . For Infante and CMldreiL The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of SPECIAL FOR 30 DAYS Have you tried without success to get a plate to stay in position? These plates cannot drop out, but slick tight to place. Can bite anything with them. i : OR 30 DAYS AT HALF PRICE Our Prices Gold Crowns, extra heavy $4.00 Plates T.. .$5.00 and up Painless Extraction - ^- 25c DENTISTS Phone 616. Cor. Main and Water. United Doctors HAVE INSTITUTES IN MANY CITIES Decatur tastitute, 217 N. Water Have cured more deep-seated Chronic Diseases of the Nerves, Blood, Skin, Kidneys, Liver, Stomach and Bowls than any medical institute in the United States, as affidavits and testimonials from cured patients will prove. Open Wednesday only this mnnth. U Here's Some "Hot Shots" For the 2nd. Saturday Night of real Loom W o m e n ' s $.1.00 and S6.00 Cloth Dress r:^;" ............... 51.85 iNo-n- Tlllrrt Floor.) Women's D v p f s S k i r t s , f i n e s ) s i l k moire, r h u d d a h a n d o t h e r b e a u i i f u l m a t e r i a l ? w o r t h up to g7 Qg 512. sn, J u s t for tonish'- · · · * ' · * * (Nr-n- T h i r d Floor.) . h r o i d p r r r l w a i s t p , .Hist for t n n i e l i t .......... (New T h i r d Floor. I C AQ » I « W W I $3.50 Tiain C o a t s , a dozen in QC« n i l . J u ? f for t n n l g l i t ........ »*«*»» ) r l e s i c n ^ , CE QE 99*99 ?i. r i. I1 f 1 silk d i 10 In all. ir,*t for t o n l ? h r Third F l o o r . ) I n f e s t Best t a h l p oil cloth. ISc q u a l i t y , all colors, j u s t for tonight lumbroidery samples as w i ^ e as ."d inches, h a r d l y any two alike, Eg just for t o n i g h t , 3 for *»*" ( B a r g a l n l a n d ) . 51 00 p u r ^ silk, double tipper! white and black. i u ? t f o r t o n i g h t (First Floor! in pieces finest quality 15c lawn, just for tonight (First Floor) Stephen's pure linen crash, izpfl finish, just for tonight (First Floor) 59e 6ic A L S O corsets in n e a r l y all sizes and models, to close. 53fi uist for tonight «WM (Second Floor.) $1.50 c o m b i n a t i o n suits, gowns arol skirt?, just for t o n i g h t 75c d o u b l e p a n e l underskirts, scalloped edge, embroidered. Afilfi .just for t n n i K h t "KM* (Second Floor.) SI.50 "Dtihty" Dresses, of finest l a w n , embroidery and lare trimmed. a new lot b o u g h t for this special orrasion, Just for tonight (Second Floor.) .special lot children's dresses, sizes 2 to R and 8 to 14, worth np lo $1.25, j u s t for tonight (Second Floor.) '207NMterSt-Decatia:m. Moving and Hauling Trunks -- · Boxes -- Furniture Good Service, Low Prices, Moving Vans and Storage Davis Livery Co. 128 FRANKLIN ST. We Haul Freight EWSFAFERI NEWSPAPER!

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