The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on June 26, 1914 · Page 10
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PageTtfL T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W ) Friday Evening, Jo* 27, 1914. ' L IS. BW IJOY C. Rushing Wins $5 for Hitting Home Run. M'KINLEVS ADDRESS Tells of Foreign Countries --Athletic Events. P i ^ m i n c r t n n P a n t a c ap* --FulU "W of 't- eri! 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KO to h o u s e k e e p i n g in their naw i evidence on Eas Htcko--}, stree' FOR FOUR' Rally Under The Flag of Econony Freedom from High Prices is Near. Let Every MAN, WOMAN, BOY and Join in this Great Money Saving Carnival ^hoo r n n t f t ho i f t n d i n d e r -- f n t Cliren e Ii n iE^ancl L* Haw \ a r d -- F Mane Foot lace s i n g l e 1 idles 17 ^ e a r 8 and r "i j ard 1 : --"Pl^^t M a j Roach , nc] HTze r nf T1 I- ot r a ^ p m a r t if d la die* ar\ age n r d ^ -- P i r ^ t M T R K "S O 1 er I otU ^Ir^ A\ H \\aa:ST -* oon Ttul f erg- n p fo Udl**s · ( nd M i e T R i l h t h i r d M - B o t t s SHOP TI » M 'W I N ^ The '1 n! ' f i n re of the f o r e n ic n p r o g r a m T \ a ? a n "I ill sm it i n o c l n c k hi.'-n pen the hon iiM «torp t anr; T h r f r i m o ^ ns v a r m H '·on t c s t ' r t T V - p t - h 11* " n 1 «on t r u p ^ i f-sc n n a i rn'i *\ T* f- "1c-nop1 M Mr- K t n l n o t f e r d i prl7? o' «-. lor th · --t ont- tr, km K P n o m e in TV- j f \ e d to t u t n th epme i n t o a s - "t f i n d t-*f\ I T T r t r i ^ f i to K n i k the rm ,-"· off of fie t - ^ 1 1 r ^ n r 1 3 "*- i hi"sr f i " a l U corn*- t d ·with tt o p'lf r » tr = i h i "i^nner n- to r I t n r t t - e p-l/f Tb f ' n 1 l f - 1 ' t - n r « - to ' 'n "1 or of t h e «' op t e n TM Tne l*-*u ^ T ere K i n i T"! Ve^iet for t h t Q^P tei"! a"! Fu nsr ^h t -iock and H P ^ K n« f n " ·= o · team M P V M x i F t 1 XT^nRE^ 5 ; Hin"""tblK X\ lli-iTi P M K f n ] o f i H T r n n i n d It e--r1 n n a :]drec= T 1 t I ' I P ^ o b =3 i p^ n t r i n i OUT! i -r. n-- 1 i ^ r t l md i t r i a l ^r ] T - o o t i ic for m e r 1 " ir-- md o\ a r ds--Fu T Ch Q lf-s R i ^ l in-, I f rend D T\ A US.IHI i j The- d3^ s i_U ^ J t.s v.fTt- con Hide! |\ th diT-'ns i t fi^ ri i on '·""'t P\ ' n n r T h e p i tM \ i r w T on 0 th o ^an ?it in V CLAUDE ROBERTS i PASSES TEST ^ ill Re* 1 * Kc Frte *c ho'nr ihtp nt t nl- I Olaude M Fobert* IH 1 ^ c t Louit I - \ \ e n u r i e r e i \ e l ^o"" Th i =da aft f noon ^rom th I "i r °\\ o f I'Hno*^ ^ei-t- Tr t h n t h^ i qd \ i^^pd tV 1 ^ oxnm I -n "nr a « boli h i p it t h I of 1 t V^n rr r t n E CTf i" Fob r 11 i e p ' ^ t - d P c id« of " -i 6 on the : h n T- h i r f T t ' t l to MEAT AND LARD TAKE GREAT DROP AT - · £t Cut Rate Market, 605 N Water St. Regu'ar 30c giade bieaKfast bacon. (Dices cut), "ow only Dan^eise"' 5 p u e hid, (legi^ai pi'ce 15c), now oph All cho'ce loin pimic banis, '·egular pi'ce 18c), now o"lv . . Nice smoked baro", also di\ =;alt pork, 'legu'ar pi'ce 15c), row o"'v Choice ^ugai cu^ed co lTlc d b°ef (^h\ pa\ others 13c w^e" vou ca" buy the ^ame onh Choice terder beef ^teak ~t A- 2 ft regular pi ice 20c^. "on orlv JL\r \s Choice be c f voast e\eiv 1 O^-f day, now on'v i" ^ BOTH PHONES A.ND PPROMPT DELIVERY Pay Only $!-Get a McDougall Cabinet w tJerSe 9 set iece W o u l d n t sou Io%e to haie this beautiful big I'cDOTG^LL stint'ing in our kitchen these h t w i t h e r i n g da^s* ^an"g ou hundreds of wearv steps h a n d i r p ^ o u the utersils and ma- te'-iaU that vou re using ever, other minute ird w h i c h are now scattered in e»er corner" N o u l d n t it he simplv "tremendous" Vnil fan ^^" th s cabinet it ^ou -naif * MIU CTS h a \ e it TO u v '"' il D \ \ Our sn»c-3 club offe' "il-r- t poss ble "5 ou · \ e o n U tn P-* i -1 DOV N -- we U send it our r ght awa^ ard -\ou cir m-» th h i l i n c e w h i l e using the cabinet-- on the easv sehedii'c ot *1 per week This 9 Piece Casserole Set i^ p u i t U a £5 ft oi 1 lar^p n \ n l ca nur TI indo'CT e I nr-w \ o u II anp^ec ate h cuMard- 11 d 2 bnl e di The set consists he* See them in HERE'S A CLEAN, SANTTA5Y FEFRIGERATOR --thsf ~wil! keep TOUT f ooH-*tuf f s i sweet pure and wholesome no matter how h eh the thermometer '·oar* It i 6 * the famou- time tried "RHINELANDER" --scores of which h a \ e been sold in Decatur and e\er* one of which is gn ing the extreme limit of satisfaction RHINELANDER3-- co . m . e ' n . 8 -Jiffereiu st%i»-,--olaip whit' e-nanaclerl anii ston lined i'l aT-e i n s u U t r d with th fimoii. L ! ' - O F I I T I N S L I ^TION-all GL'iH-*' Trl O tn r r ume a 'hird I f-SS ice than an-\ other \ou e ^ t r u ^ t d A^ T OU in price as they are HIGH in q m l i t \ . from ^7 iO to to 5 oO A \cn ~p"Li3l -value in · 50 nnuid «i*e--.pe'-'il TOMORROU at This 2-INCH POST BED With A Mattress a n d S p r i n g Complete 50 | $18 50 \a!ue | T h i s outfit consists of a beautiful \ e^n s M 11 I ron b»d with m2-.^nc 2 inch cortmuous post in actual til \alue a wiihbonc steel fabric bed soring u th aM ro" frame an actual $4 \ a l u e a h gh grade cotton top mattress an ictua] 3 id ^ ilue }n ojtf't worth «18 in and which cannot be dp plicated outside of th s store eien for thit orice '* Ca=.h or ea^y pajments, \erj special $1250 JXJ m VOU'LL find our main floor the coolest place in the city; an admirable place to rest when downtown. 432 450 NORTH WATER STREET LADIES' SUITS LAST CALL! Any suit in the house even if it was originally $35 $7.98 fo $11.98 MEN'S SUITS True Blue Serge--All Wool --never fade*. Alw scores of fancy mixtures A - -i to suit every taste «P 1 *J SUMMERj DRESSES We have sold mor^ dresses thi» year than eveibefore. The ladies cannot tkst the beautifiM styles and hipting values. $2.4Sto$.5O MILUNERY Ready to wear hats at your own price. Formerly up to $10; while they last 98c,nj$1.98 JACKETS REDUCED You will get lots of good out of one of these stylish coats in cool evenings, or if you are going away $6.98 «d $9.98 SKIRTS The new Russian effect in serge, with stnped bottom is but one of the many new models we are showing. Splendid values for $2.98 to $4.98 WA1SS We contiuully hear exclamaons of surprise atUie wonderful valfts. 39cfor$l vak Others$1.50ad $1.65. PAY US LATER A SMALL SUM EAC! WEEK WHILE WEAR1NC CHILDREN'S SUITS Play time is here, meaning lots of wear. Buy the suit i here and you needn't worry --with Knicker Pants. $2.98, $3.98 LARUS-ALTHEIMER'S 1( PEOPLES CREDIT CLOTHING CO. 129 EAST MAIN ST. Psoriasis CURO by a Famous Remedy Most TrcsMesoiEi Skia Diieate i* promptly "becked Why Suffer With Heat When You Can Keep Cool on r*o r! 2.*** by ^ b'ood t»u»'f fi *·* 'T"\ ha\e d"but IP* Q ^ S bathp vo)ir b'ood and MDU w !1 qmklj observe -L wonderful cba«e^ I in the myriad of b!o d \^els that oom- I po^f 1 th *1-'" It= principal -^ct'c" 's t(j»erl«t in ( "it ·wonderful pnr"^= w^e^eV the broken, down eel! 1 * in t' " ^^Ir "^ their deaH ened per c thrfa^ a^p r^uiit b\ nei^ blood stream Th s proce* 1 * g^c* on ^en* «rro«ij t^^t S S s ^'' r l ^ b oo^t has tra e--sfd the enti^ e ^ tern In^bout t**-^ m nu'c* 1 It* °ft en i- tlne'oro; \e' - v ran'd "eie ! t uo !f u«^ with t b a 1 -^me co op^^at \e- c nirlt i S S S ha c b^n a mam to m' 41 *- rome e e r fo*-^ nf «=kln troifle and fo* ' a hp"l l"u« f '-it''d desc»-lpth tr^tiert rn rhe «kln w r i t ^ to T^° ^l; Pppclf? Co Ii"» Sw'ft B'de Atlanti B bott!^ of S S S todv of any but all sub c tltife« YOU CAN GET A $10.00 8-Inch Westinghouse Electric Fan For $8.OO CASH-NO DELIVERY Just the thong for your bed room. Will run four hours for one cent. All other size fans on hand. Call and see our stock. Decatur Railway Light Co. 114 E. WILLIAM. EYES RIHT? If your e\es are right you shoud be verv thankful If not right yj wrong them by trying to deceit vourself into the belief that they a4 Come and let us etamme our eyn free now Don t pu. it off until next week P-jceIe«s ievond «ll other, possessions is the tfesight »nd it deserves jour first op'ideration He 5 ees be«t w h o sea the consequence of neglect 107 N. Wster St. Opposite Millitm Bank. - v

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