Decatur Herald from Decatur, Illinois on September 22, 1929 · Page 9
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Decatur Herald from Decatur, Illinois · Page 9

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Sunday, September 22, 1929
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PLATT BROADCAST ER CHAMPS *ryl Betting M( j r their own ver- ring the broaj. *«r «h«npi 0|lt «m. Chicago, novelty orehes- »ctlon of j wn « dance arrange. "I Pragma I* r tenor, win b« ,. t . hl i.»r«fr»m I*. 15 . WWJ. D«lr»|t; vUit our n«w r complete nrw /lartin DECATUR HERALD SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 22, 1929 DECATUR HERALD K2 ENROLLED IN UNIVERSITY First Figures on This Year's Enrollment Compare Favorably With Last Year's ly g o'clock Friday night 462 stu «tt bad enrolled In Mllllkln unl r, Clarence Deaklns, registrar, Saturday morning. Mr said that this figure v.-*.' the same as last ·t the same time of reglstra A few more students are ex ,,_ next week A Class In organic chemistry has DM formed for advanced chemistry 4u4wU. It Is reported that about 10 tlndsals have enrolled, and that the (MS was formed expressly for them th a course was not outlined the students requested It. DISTRIBUTE POLES Expected to Begin to Place Line In a Few Day*-- 1* Six Weeks Job ·etts are being hauled to LaPlace H4 Casner for the new power lino t*bt strung by the Illinois Power A U|bt Corp Approval of the project SM been gl\en by the Illinois com- ·«ree commission Work of setting the poles will be Utrttd soon. The line will be a continuation of tn« en* that now furnishes light and power to *Ixng Creek and farm heats between Decatur and Long Creek, It Is a three phase 60 cycle tin*. It Is expected that work on- the n«» line will not be completed before tbf middle of November FILES FOR DIVORCE Mrs. Lucille F Bnmel filed a til ire* suit Saturday In circuit couri tgalnst Glenn W. Bramel, allegec entity, and setting o'ut the fact that the defendant was convicted of felony In McLean county In 1628. Mr tad Mrs. Bramel were married in 1IC and separated. TWELVE JUICES WHAT I NEEDED Had kheumatitm and Deranged Organs For Ten Yew; Now "Sound and Well." Mrs Fannie Mlnshaw, of 410 'Corth McNulta street, Bloomlngton, II Is still another widely-known resident of this vicinity who Is PUBLICLY endorsing TWELVE JUICES, which la th* great natural medicine now being* introduced to I MB8. FANNIE HIN8HAW crowd* dall here In Decatur art the QUAKER DRUG CO.. cor, N. Main ·a* 'William streets. Mr* Hlnahaw hid been a great victim of deranged kMntys and stomach and rheumatic affliction for 10 years and had never been able to find anything to help h«r. But since rte got Twelve Juices the U feeling "sound and well once «l*|n. free of all pain and misery. Following li her OWN STATEMENT, praising this remarkable medicine to ALL WHO SUFFER. 'For 10 years 1 had been a great sufferer." said Mrs. Hlnshaw. "It Memert like one ailment would lead right Into another so that I waa In » constant state of misery. My kld- wys were deranged and caused an twful suffering all through my back, Md I began to have the rheumatism In my shoulders and this rheumatic sffllciion also went Into my iln- IMS which got stiff and sore; and Wether thlnjf was that I had lost my appetite almost entirely and my rtomaeh was so deranged that all «i« food I managed to eat would make me sick at my stomach and «»m Into a gas Inside of mo. and 1 kept belching up a horrible, old food substance out of my stomach »hl«h looked yellowish and stringy JM wss terribly bitter to the taste, finally I began to have large, red Notches to break out all over my "jads and arms and was told that Ws was due to my derange* Kid- »«» and bladder and the Impurity "V were holding Inside of me. Had IWUn no weak and nervous thai ·»» little unusual thing would ups ·( *· completely and 1 would almost ijjjt dead away and It was almost ··POSSIBLE for mo to get any *j*JP because of this nervous condl . "Now, ti I said this had been go- ·"·oo with mo for 10 years and °»4 tried EVERYTHING but ha Slil *"""" ""' fl'"' i" b«n«'ll. *o '» hWp mo hut f i n a l l y I «°l Two!*' ""«·. And I « l l l nay to you ih»t 1C w« *"»' I needed In f«i t It limply ht · wogiiirtui action »u my ilerunsod »ys- Mm. n att , (l on n , y kiJneyj «nU Wort ··' »»4 til thixt mliory lm« uono out o "·· "nil It cltnrcil Ho iheunittltm out o ?*y »y»tfm «nd guvo m* nil »ppctlt« »n · «» «t |, iy m »i« now i\ml tiny sf^ J'tn mo. E\«n my nervt h»ve «ul«( 2**i »o tiwt [ cnn s ft to h«4 »na * · toed nlKhfi not. Tlio tul(«rlng fi IK? C I y ' ft ' 1 ln ^ onttroly tine* I S "'· urcat mnlii luo anil I tm nl«d ··*· U my atatAnirnt and recornnrsnd !« »ll ix,i, lufforlns p«opl« BVBRV Jt trr^ · »old In te-»tur Q U A K f R nitliU CO cor N Ma XIUUm dtrmtii Also told by in thla «ccllon. Introducing the New "Avenue" Coats GUSH ALQ D DecaturS Greatest Store CO Introducing the New "Woolart" Coatt Beginning Monday Morning On the Second Floor COAT DAYS SEVEN Wherein Gushard's Demonstrate Their COAT LEADERSHIP With Very Special Values --An event for every woman who thoughtfully considers price, style and quality as well. It is an annual selling at Gushard's, and the special value* planned for the week will be highly gratifying to women who have not purchased their winter coats. Come Monday! Monday! a Wonderful Gushard's Coat Leadership is based on Fashion, Quality, Originality and Value! Other Special Coat Groups During this Seven Day Event $ $ $49 98 \ Special Group of Exclusive Coats Gorgeously Furred Models . . . Replicas of Paris Coats . . . That Well Illustrate Gushard's Coat Leadership . $ Every Coat is the Last Word in Beauty and Original Style Describe these coats? Impossible! If we did attempt a description of the multitude of models you would have to give over the en tire morning to read about them--enway, this is our annual seven day coat sale. Yo u are not going to be sold a wngle one these coats--you're going to have the joy o f buying them! You know all the different this is our annual seven day coat event. Yo u know all the different lovely fabrics and furs Paris is using to fashion her most exqu isite creations, the colors Pan* is wearing. And you know the coat that will emphasiz e your own individuality. The coat you are picturing in your mind's eye is here, waitin g for you to choose it. Come GC8HAR'-S ECOND FLOOR

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