The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on June 28, 1914 · Page 12
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T H E D E C A T T J R R E V I E W Sunday Morning, June 28,1914T /Meeting Of Decatur Men In Oregon Forest T Donaldson th«- pilot of the toal- loon M i r i n p f i d d In the recent haloon races at portlind, Ore wan formerlj a Drcatur bo5', according to the discovery of FYed H McNeil. unothnr former Dwaturlte ^ho worlc- t d on Thf He% \t v. but w ho t» no-w w i t h the Portland ( O r e ) lout nil Mc- N r l l was n 1th th« pirtv that found ftonalflnnr nnil h« nils an i n t ^ i c « « t l n ^ Mtory about this in a rncent lotter CITY EXCITED 'Portland has b r * n all wpsldY donn with excitenn nt o i « r the baloon races h^ » a \ * 'As I h»*« told o u bf fore ihn clt\ 1^ Bii-rouaded In e\e r - \ direction ti\ linnn n t. fort tin ami t*\n\ onr of the«. h n l i » n n * d i o p p d in tlio woodH TJ-py 1^ ft 1 h u r - d i i «ni' all I T ! 1 1 poi t Lax*k to P o r t l m d hx ^ n n M n \ ex p p t l n t r the M » r i n K f l « i d p i l o t , d h^ Ho\ J t o n unison of ^ p i l n k f i M I!' Aid t h e r liy Jl«n«f i f t n r \ ON PI I.T1 P KM'! I 1 I ION* 'On M n t t d f l \ a f t r i u o n f o l l o w i n g 1 t h o rarer tin ^pi i n t . r i ( 1*1 h i d not i e p n r t i d n n l w e k n t t t h ' \ \ \ f - r e In^ M o m * - w l * ! « b e t n i i f f t l i t \ d i d n o t h i % i n n n v t i ^'ii to k*"p r h e m up o\ t r th pre%1on* t - i t n r l n v m o r n i n g A t n r}cK k th i n f t rnoon roll of o\[ f dl rtoiiH w n r r i t ' f d o it f i n d t l * rnflnHcr I n r ^ M l T o r *· rit i n * out ^ I t h the ont (! Tt w nt t o M t TTood PISD T U A H '\\f hnd a t t t t h e ' - \at,n r f j n r t t h i t i Pn! h f 1 1 nit r out In t!A foothills I ,rl « » » n n I i'» "ii f l \ n ir o \ ^ r a nn n^ Thf m i h n Ihnt dlr« t t t o n nnd ^ t f j u* 1 found w t«« l i \ - 1 T f f t r M in drill I of him h l \ - »n f 1 m t i n t s ' i«t onrit ins thf n 01 n \\ p th* n Mn rf f d 1 t-* n n i \ t \ r i l e * \\ r l i l n ··( v i n "t n Unir " it I ni n* d up thi f-nu nf* serve and I would be in there today instead of w r i t i n g this letter If tfa« city hadn t opposed an expedition going 1 after the stuff We planned to Iea^e j-esterday w i t h a pack train for the n ountains and spend a week, and arrangements had been made to send me along to take pictures but for the opposition of the trip How ever, we expect to start Saturday or Sundaj, going: UD the Hood rUer and slip Into « reserve from the back w a , getting the stuff o u t * 4 - ! noi no\ u S p r i n g f i e l d B a l l o h i = ; t lost m Oregon ( od 1 ' prrew up in D e o n t u r \ n t-finf of li's ( w s ^ In n rit h onr «f the /If*! li n ' ^ " t . thU r * M o w jl w n x t h n t l*-Tt n IPK !·· » n t h b \ \ M t i l tow i | ttie i n». n ^t r th n r ·ilrnuhi ii Mt II nftt of I A f i 1 rn"" ilk i i 1 H i (**· h )«« t n o«-r 1 f 1 t u p w l i e i e I ] l \ e d T to^d him In 1 i t T t u r n n d he s nd ho l"id been r e i r erl t ! e r i in a I i t t t e ht use on East El i don lo s t r e e t T to d h i m I hid I n e d T i l m \ l i f e on Ti^t N o r t h 7 street, and i oh z a l i t t l e f u r t h e r T f o u n d he w*as T k l l 1 u«ied to k n o u w e l l I bad ^n t ' r p l \ f o r p r o t t o n him Cm p a i e n t s w e r e \ "M rn" q n i i n t r d TO S H I P I N 4.G MX [»on il l r r n 1 11 t o l e a % e h i ^ baloon n ' n i l !ns I n s t r u m e n t s u p in t h e r e wn we n w i t h rl thi rl.m n « t t h f'nnp ». ( ! or.l mrt ! Inn )iml Missionary's Child Understands Japanese. The t o d d l i n g b a b \ belonging to Mr ind Mr? Ro\ ^ m i t h the f o r m e r i le icht.i in Japan echools w lio c a n n o t peak w i t h s u f f i c u i i t d i s t i n c t n e s s t o b e undei stood In in\ but nit mute mem- 1 prs of tho f a n n h nnd w h o refuse** n i o ^ t of the t i m e to ol e\ i n \ c o m m i n d n \ o n h i m i n J ^ n p r l i ^ h m i n d s b e a u t l ^ u l l \ w hen ndrh e^ etj in TttpTne 6 1 * 1 The r h i l d incl h i s m o t h e r t 1 !! l i t t e r a gnnd d a u g h t e r of M i ^ \ m ^ l n Aloore of D t C T t u r stopped ovei in Der-Unr l i s t ·week T ^ h i l c n n K i n g - t h e i r f i r ^ t h o m e t r i n ^ i n c o t h e b i l j w is b o i n i n Tokio Tlie\ l o f t ^ a t u i d i \ e \ t n i n g f o r Philo w h e r e t l u \ w i 1 \ j s l t i el i t h t s u n t i l t h e a r m il o' A i r I V I o o i e w h o t J t a \ c d on w i t h lus l a p a n o s e school and w i l l come I n t e r to tike his f i r = t lo i\ e ot absem ^ m r e t i k l n s up the w o r k M 1 N T TI1CPK \TyO^^ Mi"? S m i t h w e n t ilone to J a p a n some \cir* aE?o ' ' i c m h e r I l l i n o i s h o m e a n d w a s t h e r e n n r r u d t o t h e \ o u n e ; U a c h e r w h o w e n t t o the, f a i e a ^ t t o p i e p n o a home f o i h e i T ie\ h i v e been c o n t e n t e d in the im t h i r i l i ind of f l o w * i ^ ind e\pect to spend mot of t h e i r l u e s there \ pon the i i r U i l of "Mr ^ m i t h the f a m i l v v. ill i e t u r n to D e c a t u r f o r a l o n g e r \ i ^ i t w i t h t h t n m t n \ i e l n t i \ es h e i e a m o n g t h ^ m "Mr and M i « S \ Average Temperature 7 Degrees Above Normal. This June Is much the hottest June since 1894, the year in which the Decatur feather record begins The highest average temperature for Tune before this ear was 7 6 6 The average temperature for the t w e h t j *p\en days past is 7S 7 There is a chance for the tinee d a j s j e t to come to raise this con^iderablj In on\\ one \ e a r b e f o i e this has the 100 That was In the year 1913, when it went to 102 This mark was reached this year on Friday In June this year the temperature has not been below 47 In onlv seven Junes has the low mark for the month been as high as that The average June temperature since 1814 Is 71 7 Thus It mav be seen that this year it Is se' en degrees higher than normal Seventeen days of June this year the temperature has been 90 or more · Sixth Birthday. Mrs Charles F-loe, 2152 Bast Prairie street, ga\e a party Saturday afte-- noon in honor of her v son Harold's, sixth birthday Harold received se»- e'al presents Refreshments of Ice cream, cake and candj were seized by his mother as'istetl bv Mrs Hewitt The little guests we r e E \ e l \ n Bond Helen Albert, Edna ITetUtt, Arbula Gray, Dorothy Reddick Vennidene Lucas Mildred Gra-v, Earl Graham TUg- onald Graham Morril] G r a j , Danle! highest temperature of T u n e exceeded ' Tteddlck and Victor Bond ROTTEN EGGS ROTTEN EGGS It is unlawful to sell rotten eggs GROCERS AND DEALERS protect j ourselves by using a GRANT DAYLIGHT EGG CANDLER This devise enables jon to detect every bad egg. It will save you money when bujmg and when selling, relieves you of the annoyance of complaints trom jour customers and probable prosecution "· It candles a dozen eggs at one time, is very simple and easy to operate and very effective No dark room necessarj. The,State Food Commission has inspectors in the field enforcing the law. Call us and we will send our demonstrator to show you this Grant Dij light tgg Candler C.L. HATFIELD COMPANY General Sales Agents. Decatur ID. Phone* Old 2906. Salesmen Wanted. i IK of in loii i t i 1, n · nt to n Httl* 1 ( I 1t for til f ] ink ' niniimnln* T h it | w* sir i t ut « p imm*T n *· rt « - U t of i r a n v o n n h o u t m i l » f r « tn Mt H« od I N T i l l T t i ^1 K \ I , a t i l t r ' t ^ h ' T ^ 1»r nuppU ^ o l J r h f ni u n t a n i H t"*onpr« « " i t i*«l d ' f d* n^e ft e"t i TILT I \ t w e a t v m i l l ·* i i « h « h t r stf stiM IT f o i l nl"l- n NO h i ' f ·'«'/ n r i n u | r n 1 r i l t 1 w n t - rv\ r l ·, t h * Boys* Summer Suits " $3. 1 4 '-· u t 1| n \ r "i f n i l « n t «V w n r - H i i t i i if ' n l f h . r T n U *· ii i n 1 r* 1 1 o t ] a t n r n m r - r f ' Is in t tn- I hit TiiM t i ni* i s i\ n ' * T f irt r ir f M n i «"»i nlntf « f 1 ! 1 1 I t U r\ , Mi t l i r . r\ on A \\f " a i d M t MM R A D\SH T h i n In th* l i t t l e m a c h i n e we « n r k out RS h i r d as T* e could go 'or t h f rrs» ri e airl b fore a Tinker r u ' r l atop us we w e n t in a f t e r the ha l o n H t f ^ f hud to po about t ^ r e e m i l r s o v t r n hor*e t n i l the Ford b u m j l n s r n n d A l m o s t c x v e r t u r z i l n n r o \ e r on s t i i m p q e v e r y f«*w fet t Put how ·*·* did K^ "We had a fi*ht w i t h one r a n k e r \\ ho w a n t e d to p i n c h us for s r t t l n K ' IneuU I ^ \ a s the f i r s t man K. t h e b n l o o n U t f i and had all t h e i r H t o r v 1 f f o r o we u c ' e out a ^ T i n Two mHr-4 out on t h e road we met t h e auf n n from t h o t h o r neuspftpere Rr-fr TO TELEPHONES "1 hnfl T i ^ m f p r r c rt to a n o t h e r bis r * c h l n e ,i» soon n«* I Kot on the road t n d you should h*^e seen us tra\ ol to i r o u n t r telephone At 1 45 I took Ho'h lore Distance wlre« to Poitland and h*ld them nn 1 bepran fi^vlru? mv Mnr" Th*- office hud the stoi j taken by f h e n pnrtTB ^ h o worked In «hort I n k * ? The T r n r n M wa«* on the utreMa at 2 0 w i t h the story while e"^ iv f rr not o u t w ith. It 'i* ni h r t til 3 T0 PON V f o r n l n j r to town F R O M D I 3 C V T I R , 1th H a t n f f - i n n n r r l n f r f l H d I ^ot to t n l k t n c r about HA kn u a lot I I H n o H *olk* T h n t T d i d lit nsk- YTRAGOOn Recent shipments of blue serge suits have placed us in position to supply your wants efficiently. See our special $5.00 suits of all-wool, sun-proof serge; a suit that compaies with others at $6.50. Boys' Wash Suits 50c to $2.00 The most attractive shies made of good quality linen crash and duck Boys' Shirts and Waists 25c to 50c Boys' Overalls 25c and 50c Boys' Hats and Caps 25c to $1.00. White duck, linen and crash ^blue and white; silk mercerized; white straw; a remarkable showing. Athletic Union Suits 25c to 50c The 50c value is the best value we've ever shown at the price In fine white porosknit. BOT»' Summer SUo«i Plnv Shoes tan elk c ize B 9'4 to 11 . *1 T Sizes ll'i to i". . »U Barefoot Sandals Sizes 9 to 11... . (1100 Sizes 12 to 2 tit', Sizes S to « ?1 50 TenulH OxfnrfU ^izes S' 3 to 11 . °=izes 11'4 to 2 ... Sizes 2i« to 5 : 2 . Where mothers like to buy the boys' clothes. Both Phones 1777. Eldorado and Broadway. Keep Buy one of our electric fans.--All sizes and all prices.--Cost of operation less than ^c per hour.-- Just call us up and we will deliver. REX ELECTRIC CO. BOTH PHONES 1321. 828 N. MAIN. This store will be closed every Thursday afternoon during July and August. It will also be closed all day Jul 4, but will be open Friday evening, July 3, until 9 o'clock. Bachman Building- North Main and Prairie Avenue. We Guarantee Our Merchandise to Be as Represented. REMARKABLE ECONOMIES IN UP-TO-DATE BLOUSES Our buyers have kept their eyes open this season, and have secured a charming collection of up-to- date Blouses or Shirt Waists that are dainty in style and material, and so carefully and attractively made, that they cannot but appeal to every lady who wears these very essential Summer garments, Added to aU this is a care in buying which insures the lowest possible original cost, and the most reasonable prices to the consumer, Beautiful Waists of sheer, Summer materials including embroidered Voiles, and organdies, the most desirable possible for mid-Summer d»| rt(T $2.49 COPVQIOMT \ / , wear, very economically priced at each. Wash Silk and Satin Waists, made in stylish shirt effects, m stripes and plain colors, at each Very Dainty Waists in colored or fancy figured Crepes and Voiles, plain white Voile "and Crepes. Specially 1»O QQ priced at each tj7^««/O Organdy, Voile and Sheer Crepe Waists, in a beautiful assortment, trimmed with elegant laces and embroideries, H and priced at each $4.50 to x- · V · »« Special For Monday Only Choice of any of our Chiffon Waists, in white or colors, formerly priced up to $6.QO, tO QQ for each tp^i.JJO Extraordinary Millinery Reductions Choice of every Colored Hat in stock, including a number of black and light (jj-i A A hats, beautifully trimmed in laces, flowers and ribbons, for each vl«vV Pressed Shapes in Milan Hemps, black and colored, regardless of former values, at choice for each 69c TUNICS, GIRDLES, ETC. Moire Ribbon with corded satin stripes, at yard Black Velvet Ribbon with satin stripe, at yard 5c to Long, Chiffon Russian Tunics S. $4.25 Net Tier Ruffling, accordion plaited, yd. «p Shirred Net with ruffled top, for soft fronts at yard Moire Faille Ribbon for girdles, in light shades, PQ _ at yard «J*/C 35c .$1.25 Fancy Dresser Scarfs, Etc. Cottage and Bungalow Dresser Scarfs of dotted Swiss and sprigged Dimity, with colored hemstitched ^^%p borders, at each £toJ\ Cottage Dresser Scarfs in embroidered Swiss and 3-inch plaited ruffle. Lined with colored material and with cushion top to match, at each". Japanese Cottage Drapery in absolutely fast colors, at yard lOc Porch Luncheon Sets including twelve 6-inch Napkins, $1.75 twelve 9-inch Napkins and one 24-inch Center Piece, at set Japanese Scarfs and Squares at each 25e.

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