The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on June 29, 1914 · Page 4
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T H E D E C A T U K R E V I E W Monday Evening, June 29, 1914. { Reports Good Wheat Crops in East and North. Tfr. and Urs. Clark A. Russell returned "Sunday night from a two werks' visit in W a s h i n g t o n , D. C. Mr. Russell was there for the usual summer conference of the men in the grain standardization work, and Mrs. Russell accompanied him for a visit to t h e national capital Last year Mr. Russell wab Ivcpt in Washington nearly all through the heated term. This your the w o i k was completed much earlier. The weather in Washington was pleasant during most of their visit there. It was hot w h e n the left W a s h i n g t o n Saturday. but it besan raining while they were on their way to the train and it continued to rain till they reached Indianapolis. WHEAT IS FIXE. Mr. and Mrs. Russell w e n t to Washington by way o£ the C.. H. D. and the Chesapeake Ohio and r e t u r n e d by way of a northern route. Most of the wheat was cut alons; the route soing, and wheat harvest was in f u l l swing along- the northi-m route as they returned. EveryivrnTe the wheat is fine. The work of the j-'rain staiufardiza- tion laboratories in Decatuc and elsewhere will for the n e x t several months be devoted to wlu:U and oats, as it has r^en to corn. A n e w s t a t i o n is to he established in F o r t l n i K l , Oregon, eastern Oregon b c i n f j nne ol the important wheat districts of the United States. This station wi'.I 1-e opened hy July 10. MARGARET FAHAY A. A. ALLEN'S BRIDE Will Spen* W*«k'« HoBCTmoOB In Cet- tase on BaBk* of Rtver. Miss Margaret Fahay. daughter of Mrs. J. H. Fahay, 1618 East Eldorado street, and Albert A. Allen, 928 North Broadway, were married Hun day morning at 7 olclock in St. Patrick's Catholic church by Father Smith. About thlr · ty-five guests witnessed the ceremony after which the couple went out to the cottage they have rented for two weeks ·which is on the river near Faries park. William Fahay and Mlsj Lucille Xolan were the attendants at the wed- .ling. The bride wore a pretty white hire dress over silk. Mr. Allen is foreman of the Haines Imrbt'r shop and until recently the bride was employed in the business office of The Review. songs were "The Ninety and Nine" and "Where is Hy Wandering Boy Tonight?" Tonight Mr. Little will give "The Passion Play" and tomorrow night "Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress." PLENTY OF WATER AT HARRISTOWN Mr. Park of Harrlstown, states that 1n digging graves there In the Harristown cemetery within the last week, he has found water'at a depth of about five or -«ii feet He says also tBat the field tile at Wyckles Is running a good stream of water. The Harristown folk are at a loss to know where the water comes from after this long dry spell. ADDRESSES AT THE RIVERSIDE BAPTIST C. A. GREEN IS WEDDED IN CHICAGO C. A. Green, familiarly known as . "Bert" Green, was married In Chicago : last Thursday, the bride being Miss Ecrtha Steuver of that city. The ceremony was performed at the bride's home. The couple left at once for a trip among: the great lakes. They will be here in a few days on their way home and will visit awhile with the . sroom's mother, Mrs. Katie M. Green, I «; South Main street. Bert Green left Decatur about twelve years ago, end has been with the Mutual L i f e Insurance company in Chicago ever since. CARSIVAL AT DREAMLAND PARK Th-' "W oo I m f n cai ,ii\ a' v. h i c h opens t h i s week in Drc.imlnnd p a r k , arrived Sunday n i g h t a n d all morning 1 Monclay wagons weiv l u b y t i ansf erring the equipment to th*» ground?. Tents and apparatus will he s-ft u p Monday afternoon. Among *he r n m i v a l equipment fcnoTvn a:- I h o Hopkins' G r e a t e r Shows is a nipri y-go-rotind which carries the twentieth c e n t u r y t i t l e of "Mammoth CarousaJ, ' w h i c h jnehulrs horses \ \ h i c h trot, pace, jrallop and j u m p . O t h e r at- t r a c t i o n s bcin^ tet up are a large fgr- rip wheel of steel, n m o t o r d r o m e equipped with a board track for motor cyclr s p p f d m ? . n "(.*r;izv TIoupo" w h e r e the. Kt-iif ral j ' U h l i c is m j P t i f i f d . a J c «e James w i l d w e^t ^Iioiv, n neero m i n - strel. a siiaki.- show, ami a s p e c t a c l e 0-musical eMriiA aganzii. A n alligator farm and other J M \ C i t i e s \\ ill be exhibited. The carni\:il i* under t h e a aspic, s of the M. TV". A . TH-r.itur C . i n t p Xo. 1 4 J . and Decatur "Woodmen are working for Us puccesp. K n i i a i i L - o TO t h o p a i t v "'ill "be fref d u r i n j r the w« -k. 776 PRESENT AT FIRST METHODIST Sunday morning's sermon topic at tlie First Methodist church was "In the World but Not of It." At night the pastor spoke on "As Jesus Passed By." Snndav school attendance was 77G. Miss Fayc Emery, the church deaconess is spending a vacation at her old home In Rectls. Mo. She will be gone t\vo more weeks. V.'pdnesday night's prayer service w i l l lie held in the d i n i n g room, where it is cooler than upstairs. The law enforcement banquet will be hrUl Thursday nisht. The Woman's Home Missionary soci- p t v will have its regular meeting in the l i b r a r y Friday afternoon at 2:30. The s-uMect ivill be "Colored People in the South Jjnncl." The meeting will bo in i-harge of the Queen Esther circle. Mrs. Stella Powers will he hostess. Mrs. S. E. King, the new president, wishes all to come prepared to pay their final dues for the year so the books may be closed. SECOND U. B. CHURCH FILLED The Second L'nited Brethren church w.is filled with people Sunday night for the service conducted by Kvange- IM Little. Mr. Little illustrated the story of "Tho Trodig.il Son" and spoke .ilnn'tr t h a t line. ¥pci-ial" illustrated "This Bread Is Fine, Dear" Men in hundreds of homes have been complimenting their wives on the goodness of the bread-- vsince they have been serving ·HtilD ieverything that you can ask for in bread. You'll marvel how so niuch care, experience and effort can be put into a loaf of bread that is sold at the ordinary prices of lOc and Sc a Loaf At All Grocers' \ · CoDTrfcht 191S Eev. H. E. Armstrong preached Sunday morning at the Riverside Baptist church. In the evening the afldress was made by George OaUes. Ben Shejton will have charge of the Wednesday night service. The deacons and trustees will meet after the prayer meeting-. "LABORERSTN THE VINEYARD," SUBJECT The subject for the Wednesday nlfrht | service at the Grace Methodist church | will be "Laborers In the Vineyard.' 1 I The Ladles' Aid society will meet at | 2:30 Friday afternoon in the church parlors. All members of the church are asked to report their benevolence subscrip- BROUGHT OLD FOLK IN AUTOS / Comunlon was observed Sunday mornlnsr at the First Presbyterian church. Arrangements had been made to bring old and shut-in peorle of the church In automobiles to the service and many were present. During the summer the 11 o'clock session of the beginners' department of the Sunday school will be discontinued 1 . The usual session for beginners at 9:80 will be held for all who wish to come at that time. The Sunday school picnic will take place Tusday afternoon at Falrview park. Mrs. C. A. Faught's class, the Sisterhood class and pro'.iahly other classes will have their suppers by -classes Those who come without their parents are to repc.-t to the general directors anfl they will be taken care of in a group. ANNUAL PICNIC CHURCH OF GOD The annual picnic of the Sunday school of the Church of God will be held Tuesday afternoon and evening In Fairview park. A program of contests and Kames is being arranged for the occasion. The TVoman's Missionary society will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs A. J. Roher in the Pythian Home addition. A household meeting will be held Friday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Daisy, 2430 East Main street. There was one baptism at the even- a .duet by Misses Irene and Ileno Walker. 1ST UNITED BRETHREN ENDEAVOR MEETING The Junior Endeavor society of the First United Brethren church will meet at 2:30 Tuesday afternoon at the church. The monthly meeting- of the official board will be held Tuesday night. The Woman's Missionary society will meet Thursday afternoon at the church. REV. G. W. MILLER IN THE PULPIT Rev. George W. Millei, of LaPlace, occupied the'pulpit of the Church of the Brethren Sunday. At the evening service there was one confession. Rev. J. W. Lear, pastor, Is expected home from Seattle In a few days. The prayer band will meet Tuesday night with Mrs. David Shook, 856 South Traver street. Teachers' meetir.= will he held Wednesday night at 7:20. The prayer meeting following will be at 8 o'clock. The teachers' training class will meet Friday night at 7:30. There will he exam- i n a t i o n on the first part of the training book. The Ladies' Aid will meet at 1:30 Thursday afternoon. MUSICAL SERVICE AT ST. JOHANNES' A musical service will be held nest Sunday n l f f h t at St. Johannes* German Lutheran sonca fcy ti* mala choir and «t«e cist* and other numbers. The paitor, R«v William H»rne, fo«c thin afternoon to Springfield to attend th« college board meeting. From there he »O«B to Havana for tho pastoral conference. The monthly business meeting- of lh» young people's society will be held Thursday nlrht at 8 o'clock , ' FIVE ADDITIONS AT E. PARK BAPTIST * There were five additions to the East Park Baptist church Sunday. The Baraea clasa will have its Ice cream social at Garfield park Monday niche. Th« Indies' Aid society will have an all day meeting Wednesday for tutUlngr. In the afternoon atranffementg will be made for the bazaar and cupper to be held probably in the mlddls of July. Choir rehearsal will t« held Friday nie^t. MEET AT HOME OF MRS. FISHER The Ladies' Aid society of the Third "United Brethren church will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Fisher, 1100 block East Olive street. Services Sunday were well attended. J.'W. CRANE AT ST. PAUL'S CHURCH J. V,'. Crane occupied the pulpit of St. Paul's Methodist chu*cb Sunday morning and Eev. C. G. Wood preached at -night. At the, morning service I Mrs. J. T. Edwards sane "He Lifted I Me." W. K Boeder is chorister. I Rev, J. C. Broun, the pastor, is con' ducting revival services In Iowa. PATRIOTIC SERVICE ' AT WESTMINSTER A patriotic servic* Trill be held n««| Sunday morning mt the Westminster Presbyterian -church, since It will bo) the day after the fourth. Th* eermoij win be alone patriotic lines and thai church will be decorated with buntinM and flags. It Is probable that mem* bers of the G. A. E. will be present^ The quarterly communion service wllj be. held In two weeks. The Woman's Bible cla»» will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs» George Bunker. Mr.. Wllklnc wilt have charge of th« devotloaa and Mrs* Lancaster of the lesson. The subject for the Wednesday nlfht strvlc* will be "The Parable ot th« King's Feast." The choir will rehearsa at the close of the service. I.-M. PENNANT RAISED JULY 5 The IIUnois-MIssouri league pennant won last year will ba officially fluns to the breezes at league park the afv ternoon of July fi. This will be the first pennant raising day Lincoln ha* ever had, (Ad the event will be widely idver tiled throughout Logan and neighboring counties. It is «xp*cted that 1.500 peri sons will be prtoent at the proceed* ings. Stock Reducing Prices on Every Floor, SMI Our Store Closes Saturday July 4th. Open Friday Night July 3rd. I The Greatest * Selling Event of the Summer, ANNUAL JULY I CLEARANCE SALES Opened This Morning With Crowds In Attendance CROM the time the store opened this morning, our July Clearance Sales have been liberally patronized, * The response to our opening announcement has meant the moving out of a great volume of Summer merchandise today, This spirited selling is to continue tomorrow and every day through the month of July, Watch our announcements closely, We are compelled to reduce stocks and your household should be one to reap great benefits, 'SILK PETTICOATS APRON CLEARANCE For Tuesday Only C OME to our second floor today for apron bargains. Dainty fancy round or square tea aprons ,trirnmed with lace insertion and sheer embroidery, finished with dainty ribbon. Large, square aprons made with clusters of fine tucks, deep hems, or with embroidery ruffle. Large and small aprons, trimmed or plain. Aprons worth up to 69c 39c Aprons worth up to $1,00.. ,, -59c A WOPS worth up to $1,50 79c Values up to $3.98 for $1.95 A BIG clearance feature on our second floor, for Tuesday only, is a big collection of beautiful silk petticoats. These silk petticoats are made of heavy messaline, snug fit-" ting hips, flounce pleated or tailored, all the new colors in dark and light shades. All our petticoats worth up to $3."98. This special sale for Tuesdar onlv First Floor Clearance Specials--Tuesday lOc DRESS FASTENERS 5c Kohinoor dress fasteners in black and white, all sizes, lOc value; special Tuesday 5c $1 PULLMAN SLIPPERS 50c Pullman slippers in black and tan, all sizes, $1.00 value; special Tuesday...- 50c $1.50 SUIT CASES $1 Suit cases, steel corners and frame, riveted corners, JM A A brass fittings, $1.50 value; Tuesday «P J-.uv 15c 25c STATIONERY FOE 15c Modern English correspondence cards, 25 envelopes and-25 cards;'25e value $2.75 BED SPPBEADS $1.75 Extra heavy bed spreads, hemmed only, best made, in Honeycomb made of four-ply cotton, guaranteed to be worth Q1 7K $2.75; special for Tuesday, each ·:··· · v * 75c DRESSER SCARFS FOR 50c Extra fine dresser scarfs, full 18x54-in. size, slightly soiled and good value f or 75c; special ^ 50C 'for Tuesday, each -· · · ·' OUR $2.00 HAT SALE a big attraction today, as we naturally expected, Our entire big stock of beautiful colored hats is being sacrificed-- nothing reserved, In the collection of some 300 hats there are many $10, $12,50, $15 and $18,50 hats, Our selling season is drawing to a close, and we give you choice of any colored trimmed hat for ........................... ..... $2 EWSPAPERl NEWSPAPER I

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