The Decatur Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on February 8, 1924 · Page 7
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Friday, February 8, it lli 1 i-. First Semester of Scliool Cl tiOvfngton, Feb S--The first sem- tster of the Lovlngton grade school asoaad Jan. 2». There were a number of honor sludonls In the upper grade* where examinations * ere held la the elghlh grade there were thirteen honor students as follow a Bruce McUullln Wlllard McMulIln Ifeaa Hoo\er. Robert Brown Ada ·ell Cox, Mildred Campbell, Vera Patrick. Uay Clotfelter Virginia Board, Bernadene Alldreda-e. Merle Davldoon. Cecelia Hanlaho and Dalv Smith. Seventh Grade--Thelma Blockford ·lots* Bowers Dorothy Bowman Phlll* Clor* Helen Everett, Mamie Sink horn. Nellie G-ady. Ruth Llglit- ·ap. Walter Jehnson. Allen Clore Blliiaheth Munch Sixth grade--Genevleve Harvey Oerald Lee. Chester Ingle. Mable Mil- He*. Heston Tracj. Bernlce Block, Ked Bowers GUn Brjont Chester Davidson r t u l y Di\ is Helen Drum Kdna Durban Marv Dutr Ruth Gregory OTHER NEWS NOTES. The Woman a Foreign Missionary Society will have an entertainment M the home of Mrs J 8 Slrohra IVedaaoday evening Feb 13 An Interesting progrim has been arranged for the e \ e n l r g Mr and Mrs Theodore Governor and family have moved Into the Lux property nn West State Street Dr A Peterson Is confined to his fcom. with an attack of pneumonia Mrs J S Strohm assisted b ·everal women of the Methodist ·hurch, served th« recular Thursday ·venlng suppor this week Mr* S A Booker accompanied by »er husband and Dr W K Hoover left Monday for ChfcnRO, where she ·will undergo nn operation at the Auvuntaria hot-pUal Mrs M r t l e Lohrman and chll 4ren w h o h a t e resided here the last swveral months, left Wednesday for Yowoaqua where thev will visit a few das before leaving: for their new Nrmo In Dioton Ohio Mr »ml MrK H u n y Harrison of TTflnBham vlslled here several flats thl* week with Mr Harrisons parent" Mr and Mrs lr«. Harrison Mr» Mne AV ood Is storing her f u r n l t v i r o thl* week and will leave In s, few I K \ « for Decatur, where sh* will rrs'de L. A. Ball and famlls wl'l mo»e, In the Woods property next weoli Mr* MattU Gohn. mathematics In- eiructor In the Township Hlirh School «lm was scrlous'y Injured several we* k* aa*o w h i ' o coasting Is eonftnsd to her home Auburn, Word has reached here of the death of John Miller of Clinton, which occurred at his home at that place Tuesday He was formerly of this community He leaves bis n Ifo formerly Miss Louise Stayton and four small children. Mr and Mrs Orba Ball of Humboldt are the parents of a daughter lecond child, born Thursday In the liome of her grandparents Mr and Mrs. Luther E Ball, three and one- half miles nest of here Proceed" of the lunch served by the Hureau class of the Christian Sunday School at the closing-out sale of John F Warnlck. 8r held at the Louis Bartlett farm northeast ot t o w n Tuosda\ amounted to about J70 GOES TO CALIFORNIA Mri R u t h Axt. of Detroit. Mich formerly Miss R u t h Pettus of thl* place w ho has been confined to the Henry frord hospital at that place suffering with heart trouble and rheumatism since last May, left for Cons; Beach. Cat, Jan JO tor her MT. AUBUPPf PATIENT LEAVES HOSPITAL Mt. A u b u r n , Feb 8--llov Tuomp- oon. who has been confln-' to st Mary s hospital at Decut last three weeks following - Mon for the removal of the and ffalt (tone* has r*»overtd cient- ly to be removed to the home of his ·liter. Mrs Grace Bush In Decatar «her* he will remain a week before returning to his home east of Mt Stubborn Coughs JMOK Wnb HOMC Mafc GMgb Mxtara Not untH tou make your own cough tnlxture--n Inlf pint of It for a small oum--wl'l o i K n o w how easv It Is to atop any bad persistent cousrh aa If by n aglc Its plsajant tastlrg but that dcm t atop it from knocking out a cough q u i c k e r thin a n y t h i n g else In the wor] ' Children love It Get from any druirs;lat one ounce of Parmint (double strength)--to this arid a l i t t l e granulated sugar and enough »»tev to mak* one-half pint ·--that* all there Is to It This loosen* the phleprm stops the frrltatlon alla« the Inflammation, ·leans 01 t closed nostrils makes breathing racier and causes sore throat and ho-irneness to disappear w i t h npipd almost beyond belief this home made cough mixture stops the u ughe^t hang-on couch and all ttecnjse tn It there U a substance ioo costly for ordinary coush ayrups) that Immediately cover* the membrane like a soothing healing youltlc* and blessed relief comes a* And It Is always worth wlille to ftcar In mind that any remedy that overcomes catarrh, partially or ·whojly. Is aoond to be of benefit to those who are troubled wr»h head kolses and catarrh*! deafneas Get Parmint and get better Say It With Flowers ROSES, DOZ. |2, $3 and $4 CARNATIONS. DOZ. .11.50 SWEET PEAS, BUNCH SOc NARCISSUS, DOZ. . . .11.00 FORGET-ME-NOTS, DZ SOc Potted Plants WUMROSES, EACH ..SOc CYCLAMEN. BACH.. ...... 75c. $1.00. S1.50 HYACINTHS. EACH.. ...... 75c AND $1.00 CINERARIAS. EACH.. ..... SOc. 75c. and $1.00 BEGONIAS, EACH... We, 7Se, $1.00 and 11.50 M.Z. Kellogg Sons -Floritu- 3W N. Main St. health and to visit her brother. Henry Pettus at that place Her husband accompanied her. Mrs, Ada Parish la stay Inn In the home of Mr*. William Scott In De-" catur caring; for the tatter's ulster Miss Lottie Marshall who Is recovering from an Illness of long; duration Mrs Parish has assumed the duties of the nurse. Mrs X 8adle Landrus who has been caring for Miss Marshal! the last twenty-two weeks, but was compelled to leave on account ot ythe illness of her f a t h e r TEA.CHER RECOVERS. School was reorjened In the primary room of the grade school Tuesday, ifte" being closed the last six diijs on account of the teacher Miss Carrie ""nn^on, severely tnjur'ng: r- solf when she fell on the tea covered w a l k Jan 25 Miss Fanson has recovered sufficiently to resume her duties as teacher. Harley Smith member of th firm of Beard Smith, departed for Chadwick Mo, the f'rst of the week for a visit with his sister, Mrs. Louie Nichols, Homer Wise Is assisting In the store during Mr Smith's absence D, A -Merrls of Decatur Visited here the first of the week with his daughter Mrs Elsa M. Maxwell and family and attended to the business of the Mt A u b u r n Telephone Ex- ehange of which he Is the owner. Thomas W. Simpson departed Wednesday for Blind Ridge Ky., to visit his mother, Mrs A T Simpson. DEFEAT PROPOSAL / FOR THIRD PARTY Bismarck. N. D., I*eb R--Propo*- als for a third party In North Dakota were defeated and Arthur Q Sortie of Grand Forks was endorsed for governor by the state Non Partisan League convention here late Thursday MILWAUKEE LEGION CONDEMNS MAYOR Milwaukee, Feb S--The American Leg-Ion condemned Mayor Hoan's at- tltud* toward Wbodrow Wilson · «« "a disgrace" and voted to broadcast Ita resolution to counter-act p-Mlelty ·Milwaukee received when Mayor Koon refused to nisi a resolution of the council extending sympathy to MTS Woodrow Wilson Says 15 Years'Stamach Trouble Has Vanished TanUe has fended fifteen year's of itproach trouble for me, leaving me with a new appetite and digestion that makes it powible for the first time in ill those veers for me to eat without suffering afterward," it the re- maVkabte statement of William Mora' vec, v M08 Grove Ave, Oak Park, 111 "From the time I was a boy of fourteen food would H» like a lump of lead ID my itbmach and" form R«s which kept me In almost'constant distress. I never had any real appetite alwars felt depressed weak and run down arrd gradually got Jo wlierc I could hardly keep on at ray work "Now. thanks to Tanlac, I am en- loyinit Hf« «K«t». eat'"* and feeling fine, rapidly regaining my normal weight and strenRth, and to this wonderful treatment alone I owe my present peace of mind and bodily ease Tanlae has proved a real bless- 'ii(t In my"ease* J Tanlac Is for sale by all good drng- Hfits Accept no substitute. Over 40 million bottles sold. Take Tnnlac Vegetable Pills. Children's $1.50 Billy Burke Sleepers, 50c --Children's Billy Burke Sleeper* of fine quality flannelette In nursery designs. Choice SOc. H.SGEBHARTO Golconda Jewelry In Spring Designs --All the new Spring designs Ir rings, bracelet*, bar-pins, cuf link*, etc. 509 More Adorable Spring Hats Saturday At $4.95 --Our millinery buyer has just returned from the market with a special purchase of lovely new spring hats which get their first showing in a special sale tomorrow. A varied collection. New and fascinating close-fitting types, developed of visca, new crepe straws and silk com- x binations. Gaily colored, exquisitely adorned with Spring time flowers. The values are truly wonderful tomorrow at $4.95 Saturday Sacrifice: $20 Coats Until Noon Only: At --Just fifty coats. Handsome styles! Nicely tailored of all- wool Polo coatings. In heathers, brown and tan. Sizes 16 to 42. Regular $20 retailers. Out they go, beginning Saturday at 9 a. m., choice, $5. Regular $50 · $60 Bolivia Coals reduced 23.75 $30-$35 Coats --Bur yonr next winter's coat from these group*. Choose from nearly 100 ultra-style garments. Sport coat* and dress coat*, far collared and plain. Value* up to $35, choice Boys' 79c Blouses SOc --Boys' fine quality blouse* In K(\n se\ eral color* t/vC Flannelette Gowns $1 --Women's h e a v y quality outing T-| flannel gowns p i $2 Apron Dresses $1 --Women's gingham apron-dresses in several new styles $2 and $2.50 Corsets $1.29 -- Thompson's glove fitting (PI OQ .. ·*-·*'*' corsets Congoleum Rugs $10.95 -- Congoleum bordered rag*. 9x12 In slie, Sam* sub-itsndard-- choice P11\ ACT for . $IU.«7D Axminster Rugs $23.75 --9 z 12 Axntiaiter rug* in aeveral choice tern* $2p. i D Men's and Women's $1.50 and $1=Union Suits » heay quality, ribbed fleeced , a , med nn|on guits wlth txtn i caff* on sleeves and legs; well made i and warm; all sizes i $1.50 value, special' ·t Wnmon'a (lne «l«»lit7 H*le union suits women s g]ceTeIcM and . nM . Ienrth ttyle; all regular and extra sizes. Regulsr SI 75 values Boys' $1.50 Union Suits, $1 --Boy*' heavy fleeced lined Elastic onion colts, in all sues. They're warm and regnlsr tf-| M 5» retailers. Special at · salt »J1 Girls' Extra Button Suits, 79c --Girl*' heavy ribbed, fleeced lined extra batton union suits, In all sixes. Just the kind r^fj _ they need these cold days. At · Bait 4 «f C Children's Knitted Gloves --Children'* part wool finger glove* In red, Mo*, grey and black. 35e valaea, Saturday Boys' 89c Gloves 25c --Boy*' leather * f a b . t c gauntlet gloves. In all slses . Radiotron Tubes $5 --W D II. WD 12, UV ZOO, UV 201 A, and UV 1B9 Radl- otron Tube* $6.00 Head Sets $2.95 --Manhattan Head Seta, adustable. and with long Reg. $$2e«70 Again Saturday: The Sale of $20 and $25 Spring Dresses Canton Crepe Satin Canton Rich Satins Faille Silks --Every dress a masterpiece of style. -- Navy, Black, Harding Blue, Cocoa, Green, Grey -The size range is 16 to 44. --Dresses whose style ch ..i is ail of the new season, truly spring- like in silhouette, in colors and trimming touches. Women who love pretty frocks will eagerly embrace this opportunity to buy regular $20 and $25'ones tomorrow for only $15. An Extra Value Treat! 1,000 Pairs To Go In A Great Sale of Spuntex Silk Hose Saturday Only $ --Spuntex spring needle silk hose. In all the new Spring color*. Beaver, otter, log cabin, suede, zinc, ooze, cordovan, apricot brown and black. Very special at Full Fashioned Silk Hose $2 Retailers --Merit. Quaker and Lchlgh foil (ash- toned (Ilk hose In black, brown. ob««, beige and grey. Regalar 12 retailer ' Saturday, We Close Out All Boys' OVERCOATS -WOMEKS 89c HOSE, 59c --Women'* sport wool hose in TIack and brown. AH 8 .r 59c --AH oar boy*' overcoats go at $6.95. All-wool, awagger styles with rsgllsi shoulders. Moit boy* except 14 can bo fitted. HUB viloes at SS AND M HOSE, $1.7$ --Women', beaotlfal *ilk and wool bos* In color*. Regalar 12 ad (P-f tt valnes, ·pedaltpl. $2.25 Sheer Silk Chiffon Hose, $2 --Lehlgh aheer Chiffon silk hoa* In daylight and evsnlng ·hade*. Rogalar «2JS retailers. All atxea. Very apcclal for Sat- flrday at · * pair CHILDREN'S *1 HOSE SOc --Children's all-wool hose in % length. They're regular $1 retailer*. Special at a pair MEN'S *1^« HOSE, 95e --Men'* allk and wool, all- wool and silk hose, In several color*. S1.E0 value* x at pair This Large Size Percolator For $ --Gnat big V-eap alie pare slasalncm poreolaton. Heavy tauge, 42 value, special at . 1,000 Yards Pretty 25c Draperies 1 -ItM yard* of asarqaJsette* and cntaaae* of Many Unds and all colon. A whole table full. Yoa'H Hnd last what yen \ want. At yard . 17 After-Inventory SHOE SALE | 1 DISPOSAL OF BROKEN LINES OF REGULAR STOCK* --Although no itylo la ihowa IB all clses y*ua pretty ,fcar* to find wkat I you want. All alie* and width* 1m one style or another. Thro* gnat lota: I --8 u e d e one- straps, a n o d e leather t r i m oxford* ft cutout oxford*, pr .95 -^-Pateit oxford., girls' br. £ calf oxford* A *r women'* suede oxford*, special --Black Md and 2-atrapa, satia pat. atrapa, pat. Special Men's '6 «-a S 7 Shoes -d Oxfords ** I --Men's shoes and oxford* In black and brown toathera. In Enfllak, ."Trench, Plain, Creased and Box toe* and In combination lastar Goodyeer I welted aolo, well nado and of^the boat grade* of taatkan. M aa4 17 . value* at *4J6. Blanket Sale $3.50 Blankets, $2.50 --68x80 high grade wool finish plaid blanket* In pretty_bl«e ant* whit* and gr*7 and (PO t/l block plaids, palf «P^.Ol $4 Blankets, $2.95 x--r6«x78 Naahita plain grey blan keta, extra heavy weight. In pret ty colored border*. d»O QfT Beat li values, pair.. $£·«/* Domestic Sale 44.50 Spreads, $2.95 --TlxM gennlae TiTorellto Bef Spread*, white* groand* wltl pretty woven plaid* and, atrlper shown Im three $9 QP colon . . . . . ^. fp£t**/f ~ 7 Yds. Hope Muslin, $1 ' --SaUrday wo will aatl T yard of geaala* Hope, fall Meache maslin (*o remnant* or anbatlUtei) for \ PIGGLY WIGGLY PIGGLY WIGGLY VALUES An Founded on Facts "s. The low prices you'll find at every Piggly Wiggly Store are not made by accident. They are not'placed on a few "Leaders" and regained in other items. They are not placed on old merchandise which must "move" in a hurry. They are every-day PIGGLY WIGGLY prices. Enormous buying power, no charge account with bad debts, no expensive delivery service, fast moving stocks, low margins of profit and volume sales--these things make PIGGLY WIGGLY prices the lowest in Decatur. Pay a visit today to PIGGLY WIGGLY, you'll find prices like these on everything. STARCH Two--lOc Packages IRC-- lOc package FREE 15 BANANAS, YES! 1A Fancy Yellow Fruit, pound JL XF POTATOES Red River Chios, U. S. No. 1's.. ^Veck"* ZH RICE Fancy Blue Rose, 2 pounds PRUNES Santa Clara's, pound HEINZ Chili Sauce, 40c size QQLQ One35csizepkg. DMST rs^ LIBRARY Kidney Beans Quality ^°* ^ ^' n 10 Pimento Loaf, pound PANCAKE FLOUR Aunt Jemima, 45c package 35' TOMATOES University Brand Fancy Red Ripe, Solid Pack, No. 2 Tin v . . 15 ORANGES Fancy California, 250 size, dozen w . . K . . 446J. Wafer FIVE II4IIL Water 124 L Prairie STORES Itt S. OafciM 993 North lUward S». SPAPFRf SP4PFR1

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