The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on June 26, 1914 · Page 11
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\ Friday Evening, June 27, 1914. I T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Pae Elev*6 Miss Lalah Handle Bride of Everett Warner. A very pretty wedding took'place Thur»d»y evening at 6:30 o'clock at the horn* ol S. M. Lutz. Oak Crest, when Mill Lalah P.andl*. daughter of E«v. E. B. end Mrs Handle of Springfield, and Everett Warner, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Kollin Warner, of Muncie. Ind., were married. Ihe bride's father, assisted by P.ev. E. M. Antrim, officiated. Miss Cjioline Luti, coucm of the fcride. was the maid of honor, and Foster Handle, older brother of the bride, ·was best man. The ushers were Hubert EancUe and Robert Lutz Little Daniel I^utz and Helen Gene IVilkln- son carried flowers. PRETTY GOWNS. Preceding the wedding march. Miss EloiEe Lutz sang "Sly Love Thou Art." Grieg and "Calm as the Night," Carl Bohm. Mrs. B. A. Imboden. cousin of the bride, played the wedding march. The bride wore a gown of white satin trimmed with Princesse and Duchesse lace. Her veil was caught with orange blossoms and she carries a bouquet of orchids and lilies of the valley. Miss Lutz wore pink satin trimmed with Fnncesse lace «nd she carried pmk rose* and lilies of th« valley. The r.\o children trore white and cartieil hoikpt". oc pink rosM ana candytuft. The htnfv °. leautlMllv decorated thronihtmt "°S r«lA Ho^er. «n« till c.ndiet About ?!(t? SM--S ^ere " attendaaw »t t*« cer- Vmon-T A. l»-o course twfer wai Mrved ?Slo"lns tl- -.eaolns. After a two weeks' k^.lflir- trip !n the north Mr »n» Mr«. Warner ·B'II he at home at T19 West Chailes etreet. Munci* In'l BBIDE WELL KNOWN. . MARRIED . Mi« Bora Linthtcum tn4 Paul H. rehrtach ware marriea at S o'clock Thursday nifeht at the parsonage of ·the Ontral Church of Christ, the pastor, Bev. XV. H. Cannon, officiating. Tfcsy were attenrtea by Mr. »nfl Mrs Hurry Maxwell. Mr Kohrbach is emploved in the locomotive shops Th« couple will live en Korth Jasper street ST. LOUlSAfTwEDS RAMSEY, ILL., GIRL Vandalla. June "26-- Carl Schultz of Ft Louis and Miss Margaret Cunning- 1-am of Ramsey were mirned in Van- d3i«. Wednesday at the Catholic church. th« Eev. Father McGrath of- f.oiating Miss Cunningham wae grad- n*led or. June 1 from the Henrietta 1-orpltai !n Ea«rt St Louii a« a trained nurse. They will reside in St. Loui^. ORANGE RAY Twentv-si* dollars was taken in at the social given by the- orange ray of the Social Helper of the Centril Church of Chpst Thursday afternoon Other dollars will come in yet, as the yay has t h i r t v - f o u r members About forty people were present for t h e social yesterday. The merobers of the i»y told their experiences in earning their dollars . The room? were decorated SEVE"TH YEAH HERE. Rupture Cured without operation, Injection* 6r detention from hnilncM. Bmitilre« low down .·a borrt to kold. thane follotrInK onetn- tloni. navel rupture! la «e«ny irnincn .·d oil !·««· opeir««»n«. tro.ie. ona treatment of otber* h«« failed tn cure. C«rnnteeil relief or no charge. My experience, »lt«l nnfl nonilerful ··ce'e» In bo« «·«.· In tee ixnlxed ·» ·II In omhnrltr. I «·!·· «i» fiianePilon wit* «ny office except »»e Renlth An- vltaoce Co., 13(1 W. a«h St.. Xew York CUT. If TOO prefer to w««r a tru» anil o»l» IfHew MhKt cnmfort THE \7; uF^F-RTRUSS lirlnaa to you. you wonUn't te rrltnotit one a ulnsle 'l'^- 'o e« *tr«BH, el»«- tle band« or slrfl BprlOKl to bind nttO torture your b.,.l5. HoW« runtare« enler.tbnn nn other tmM. C«ll for · fref trial. Four thonaanrt p»tlen«« In Illinois, many In tbl» cit?, to refer to. If yon rnnnot fait, tvrHe for rlrenlnm nnd fn t«re dateo. M. H. BROWN, M. D. to Decntnr, Deeatnr Hotel. . Jnue 29. 8 a. m. to 2:30 p. n. SUNDAY Excursions EVERY SUNDAY TO INDIANAPOLIS ' Leave Deeatur 6:0 a. m. Return leave Indianapolis 6:00 p. m. Round Trip $1.65 Sunday fares to all stations. J. S. Ferris, T. P. A., Dacatur Hotel, Deeatur, 111. chry»»nthe mums and prangs paper. The following program *-a« given: Ptano solo--Mies Myers. .. Readings--Miss Hitchcock. Solo--Cleo Cannon. Piano solo--Lorainft Walter. .Readings--Miss Hitchcock. Refreshments consisted of orangeade and wafers. SISTERHOOD CLASS AT HOMEWOOD Trip to Club In SUd« la Twelve Automobile*. The m«fttlng of the Sisterhood Bible class of the First Presbyterian church Thursday afternoon at the Hometvood Flshins club was a most delightful occasion. Members o£ the executive committed of the class were the hostoesee. Seventy-two women were present and went over the grounds of the club. Some of the party spent some time in fishing. It was cool at the grounds and this f a c t -was much appreciated. In the eve n i n g l u n c h was served. The tnp to the club was made in automobiles furnished by twelve men, husbands of members of the class-. I h r i r kindness in furnishing" transport a t i o n was much appreciated by the class. The drivers of the cars remained at the club during the afternoon and herl lunch with the women league could apply to itself the good points of the convention. After the meeting there was a social hour and lemonade and nabiscoes were served. There was a. pretty good attendance MAKE REPORTS OF EPWORTH LEAGUE Reports of the district Epworth league convention at Lovington were made at the echo meeting Thursday night at the Ftist Methodist church. The reports were made b\ Blanche Davis, Ruty Zimmerman. Lucy Sha.iv- han, George Proctor and Sam Eusey. They showed in what way the local --Yesterday afternoon there was heavy selling in the Whita Goods department or the H. S. Gebhart Co. They were selling White Goods woi th from 50c to $1.00 per yard at the exceedingly low price of 25c a yard. The line consisted of all new. clean, desirable merchandise, embracing Pure Linens, I Rice Cloths, Crepes. Ottomans. Plain and Fancy Voiles, Tlie New French Organdies and others too numerous to mention. The large heavy Turkish towels in the 35c values for lOo p r o \ e d to be a big seller also. And the lOc Huck towels for 5c while the q u a n t i t y was limited to six to a customer the large pile of towels dwindled down b e f o i e 0 o'clock This progressive f i r m has decided to continue the sale all day Satu r d a y night and so all their friends and patrons may get their share of these very unusual bargains--Adv. Finished Quilt. Members of the Ladies 1 Aid of the Cnurch of the Brethren finished a 5i,IU at their meeting Thursday a f t e r noon Attendance was small. ft D o o o o a o'o o o"o "5" t o n o vr?T ~ ~ ' "S"?nO? U U U U U U U i J O U U U U U U U U U U ' J D U U I l n u l l U . U. " u u u u t J i . J U U U U U u u u . u v l 8 0 O'o fl"5"0 u 0 u 6 0 u ' 6 u O u ~ 6 0 0 0 0 0 i 0 O'O 0 3'0 O'o'O'iJO 4TO o"o~o00o~6~6~i Gebhart's Friday Saturda ecials Hosiery and Underwear 25c Children's Half Hose 15c 200 pairs of children's half hose in silks and lisle, all colors that sell at 25c, at Ladies' Hose, 3 Pairs 25c Ladies' fine hose in black and tan that are a 15c quality, for this sale, 3 for Men's Hose 3 for 25c Men's superfine hose, all shades, all sizes, all go at 3 for 25c Ladies' Stay-On Vests, 3 for 25c Ladies' Stay-On vests in good sizes, nicely trimmed, worth 15c; special this sale, 3 for Ladies' Stay-On Union Suits 29c Ladies' union suits that have shoulder straps that stay on. worth 39c to 50c. This sale $1.50 Ladies' Parasols $1.00 300 fine parasols in all Summer shades, washable. A $1.50 parasol. fl»-| A A This sale «pl«UU 75c Children's Parasols 50c 200 children's parasols in all Summer colors, 30 different styles, worth T5c. Buy them We will continue the sale on white goods throughout Friday and Saturday. White goods worth up to $1.00 for, per yard 50c LADIES' EOLL COLLARS 25c Ladies' collars in the new roll style, can be laundered. Ten 25c different styles to select from. Sell at 50c, this sale $1.00 LONG SILK GLOVES 69c 500 pairs of ladies' 16-button long silk gloves in black or white, that sell at $1.00. This sale 15c HANDKERCHIEFS, 5 FOR 25c 300 ladies' Linweave handkerchiefs that sold at loc each. This sale, 5 for .................... 50c LA BLACHE FACE POWDER 37c La Blache Face Powder in flesh, white and brunette, that regularly sells at 50c. This big sale 37c 75c SANITARY APRONS 69c Ladies' sanitary aprons. Come in white. Can be washed. Always aold at 75c. This sale 69c Franklin H. REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE CIRCUIT JUDGE Primaries Saturday, June 27th A MAN OF CHARACTER A MAN OF JUDGMENT A MAN OF ABILITY Investigate his record of over 20 years' practice - THIS PRIMARY IS IMPORTANT Boggs Will Make a Good Judge. i u O O O O O O O O O O 0_0_0 Q O Q ^ Q C O Q 0_0_0 0 0 1 g i i o 6 o_p 6 o o o QjTo pjglfiA-Qjr^'^Q Q_.o fej) o Q o Q o^ ) OD a o o Q o o o Q o p P_O_°..O °. a o °. o.P a o ° o 9 P P ° g ° a.i weekly or monthly as you prefer, Small Loans $5 and op Long dr Short Time Large Loans $100 Payments to Sail Large or Small We respfct yotto doflfiflefic* 4H«J guarantee absolute seKrecy in -all dealings.- We make loans in all surrounding towns. Office open Saturday evenings. Rooms 7-8 Conklin-BIdg., 144 N. Main. Bell Phone 2041; Automatic 1S95. HOT WEATHER SPECIALS Baby Dolls, Mary Janes, Patents and Dulls At The Big D.R. 3 Floor Shoe House Ladies' Black Velvet 2 Straps All the newest style Colonials, Patents, Dulls and Satins Thousands Of Pairs Of Wonderful Shoe Bargains, Comprising All The Newest Spring and Summer Styles For Ladies and Children. Ladies' Newest 2-Straps, Dulls and Patents Ladies'White Canvas 2- Straps, Pumps and Mary Janes 98c Ladies' Newest Pumps, Dull and Patents Bring The Children To The Big 3rd Floor Children's Dept Children's Baby Dolls, , Dulls and Patents $1.23 Children's Ankle Straps Children's White 2 Straps Children's Sandals 49c lEWSPAPERr SFAPERl

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