The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 5, 1914 · Page 11
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Sftnday Morning, TnTy 5, 1914. T !'. V. R E V I E W "Eleven' Northern Illinois Conference of U. B. in Session. PROGRAM IS ISSUED Decatur to be Represented at Convention. The annual convention of the Touns People's Christian Endeavor union of the Northern Illinois conference of the United Brethren church will be held July 7-9 in Dalton City. The convention theme will be "The Whole Man to fierve the Whole Church." Kev. S. E. lion* of the First church In this city ·onearg on the program. Both senior »nd junior societies of the Tint church will be represented at the convention. will be: jle Grubbs, Clara Mann, gla Mann, U Uh Platt, M U s y r e Kalney of this city 1. »lce president for Decatur district of the union. The program follows: TUESDAY EVENING. 7.30. Bong service--Rev. B. Lee Towaley. Evenins Prayer, -Rev. W. L. Turney. Welcome address-W. W. Heeter. Besponee-Gertrude Crawford. Addres.. "The Spiritual Lite-Condition, of Growth.--B.shop H. H. Fout, D ' " WEDNESDAY MORNING. Quiet hour--In private on arising. 8:30 Mornins prayer -- Rev. J. *. ^Visible study-Rev. S. E. Long, D. 9:15 "The Whole Man"--Rev. M. B. SP 9 a :45'"The Whole Church"-Rev. V. *W Overton. ,, ' 10:45 "Ways ana Means of Service -- Eev. H. F. Shupe. D. D. Convention business. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. .2:00 Devotional and testimony-Rev. V B Leach. 2:30 "The Privilege of Service -Louis Burton. 2:45 "The Pleasure of Service --Gen- eV *-.cT"The Power for Service" -Clarence Parks. 3:15 "The Pledge to Service'--Grace Ploughman. . ,, 3:30 "The Master's Plea for Servants *--Dr. H. F. Shupe. WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:30. Song service--Rev. B. Lee To^sley. Evening prayers--Rev. R. C. Mann. Address, "Every Inch a. Man"--Re. E. T. Aldrich. THURSDAY MORNING. Quiet hour--In private on arising. 8:30 Morning prayer -- Rev. W. C. 8-45'Bible study--Rev. M. B. Leach. 9:15 "The Endeavor Serving His Jlaster" "In the Church"--Bessie Haffner. "In the Home"--Florence Gochonour. "In Politics"--William C. Cooper. ··In Business"--Herbert McClain. 10:45 "The Committee Idea"--Dr. H. F. Shupe. Business. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. 2-00 Devotional--Rev. E. P. Spurlock. 2:15 Bible study--Rev. W. H. Arbo- 2:43 Address--Rev! M. R. Drury. 3:15 "Society officers and their Emoluments" Dr. H. F. Shupe. Closing business session. THURSDAY EVENING, 7:80. Song service--Rev. B. Lee Towsley. Evening prayers--Rev. 8. W. Ellis. Address "The Teachable Teens-Rev. H. F. Shupe. D. D. COMES TO VISIT MOTHER, WILL SPEAK ON SUFFRAGE --Copyright by Bain News Service. Duchess of Marlborough. The Duchess of Marll'oroueh has a r r i v e d In New York to Ije the guest of her mother, Mrs. O. H. I: Belmont at Newport. Mra. Belmoiit w i l l hold a s u f f r a g e rally at her Newport home at which the Duchess "" '" Fortunnte I'nrent. Post Dispatch: "Why, Mrs. Murphy, you looks quite festive today. Wot's lift t h e n ? " "Wot! 'Aven't you 'eard my Bill come out today?" "But I thought the judge gave him seven years." "Yes. ibut they're l e t t i n g 'im out nearly two years earlier cos 1 'e's behaved so well." "Lor', Mrs. Murphy, what a comfort it must he to you to 'are such a goofl son!" 237 Patients Treated--$62 Still on Hand. Mrs. E. H. Chesebro and Mrs. W. L. Krigbaum submitted the annual report of the free clinic. Saturday. According to the report the year's work has "been exceedingly successful. In all, 237 different patients were treated and 1,724 treatments were siven. The report covers the time between Oct. 1, 1913, and July 1, 1914. It follows: REPORT. Number of different patients--237. . Number different treatments--1.724. Number treatments for occullst-- 3.602. Number treatments for physicians-122. Number operations--14. Number for adenoids and tonsils-- «. Skingrafting--1. Jlastoid--1. Hernia--1. Strabismus--I. Circumcision--1. Number pairs glasses--117. Number pairs mended--9. One brace furnished for an Inturned Effkle. Donations and benefit entertainment **«·»» EXPENSES. for glasses H41.SO For nudlcln* For brace Filing cabinet and Index 3.10 Other expenses 12.50 Amount *204.2« Sulance on hand Oct. 11. 1913--S (52.02 Amount July 1, 1814 {120.75 NEW'SPA'PEllfl I C H 1 V BELL PHONE 22.12. AUTO PHONE 12«. CORNER MAIN AND NORTH STS. DELIVERY SCHEDULE Motor Tracks leave for east of^Water^St., 7:30 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. W Den st^Va iri. Close at 6 p. m. except Saturday nights. Don't Be Misled Because we sell direct to you at "Wholesale," that we are not giving you the best the market affords. Our aim is to sell to you at the lowest market price consistent with quality; a trial will convince you that our statements are correct. If you read our ads you will always find something to interest you. LEMONS AND ORANGES. Lemons are exceptionally low for this season of the year. Lemons, fancy California, 300 size, per dozen 30c Orangese, late Valencia, per d o z e n . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -3oc These are the summer California fruit and the quality is fine. CANNED GOODS. The drouth through this locality has had a disastrous effect on green vegetables; but you-can always ($11.back onto canned vegetables that are good and palatable. We quote: , , ,,, ,,, Sweet Potatoes, No. 3 solid pack, per dozen S1.10 Hominy, Scott Co. No. 3 tins, dozen oc Kraut, Scott Co. No. 3 tins, dozen |i.l« Red Kidney Beans, No. 3 tins, dozen $1.00 Red Kidney Beans, No. 2 tins, dozen · .hoc Tomatoes, May Day, dozen |1.00 Tomatoes, Carroll, dozen ei-'i- Tomatoes, A Club, dozen SI- 7 , 3 Corn, Frisco, Illinois pack, dozen '«.', i- Corn, Beacon, Country Gentleman, dozen Sl.lo Corn, A Club, fancy New York, dozen S1.4o Peas, 0. K. Early June, dozen · · ··95c PPeas. Winning Star, Wisconsin pack, per dozen 51.10 Peas, Crescent, Early June. Illinois pack, dozen $1.45 Peas, Beaver Dam, extra sifted, dozen 5J-.35 Peas, A Club, sifted fancy, New York pack, dozen.... .$!.7; Cove Oysters, Bull Head No. 1, dozen $1.15 Cove Oysters, Bull Head No. 2, dozen ?2.10 PICKLES. Pickles, two gallon vails, sour. SJ-35 Pickles, tw ogallon pails, sweet *l-7o Pickles, quarts, sour, dozen S2.oO Pickles, quarts, sweet, dozen '· 9*-f.o Each, per jar · · ^j Pickles, sweet, 8 oz. dozen 5 1 -» u Pickles, sour, 8 oz., dozen · ^ c Three for " ac FARMERS. We have just unloaded another car of best grade medium grain salt; it is clean and dry and 'put up invest coop- eerage. Market is per barrel (on our walk) $1.38 Salt, 28 Ib. sacks, butter salt, each 28c BAKING CHOCOLATE. Did you ever stop to consider that when you are buying some of the old fashioned, extensively advertised brands that you are paying for all this. "Consumer's Chocolate" is as pure as any on the market. Consumer's Chocolate, per Ib 33c Consumer's Cocoa, 1 Ib. tins 38c Consumer's Cocoa, Vfc Ib. tins 20c Tomorrow We Start Our First July Clearance Sale AND IT'S NEWS THAT .WILL BE WELCOMED BY HUNDREDS OF WOMEN. WE HAVE NO "OLD GOODS" TO OFFER AT REDUCED PRICES, BUT EVERY PIECE OF MERCHAN- DISE OFFERED AT THIS SALE IS POSITIVE- LY SPRING PURCHASES. HERE IS THE GREATEST MONEY-SAVING EVENT EVER HELD IN DECATUR AND YOU'LL REALIZE IT, TOO, THE MINUTE YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER YOU. COME AND BE CONVINCED THAT AT HEINER'S YOUR DOLLAR HAS THE GREATEST BUYING POWER. NEW SUMMER DRESSES Simimer dresses, made of fine lawns, striped, in black and white, blue and white and lilac, and white, made in the very fashionable tunic styles; collar and cuffs ' m a d e of white organdy, velvet belt and silk cord and tassel around neck; these are regular $5.00 values; during this sale we will sell them at Black Japanese silk dresses, made in the new long tunic styles, guaranteed waterproof and perspiration proof. They are regular $10.00 and .$12.00 values: for this sale we have marked them I*Q \ Q S6.9Sand O.4O Linen dresses, in white, new shade of green, tans and blue; these are regular $10.98 and $12.98 values; for this sale we have marked them at one price; j»'7 QQ now 150 new dresses, made of lawn, new tunic effects and peplum styles: they are regular $1.50 values, now WAISTS The greatest bargains ever shown in this city, are the manufacturer's sample line of ladies' lingerie blouses, now on sale in our store. They are actually marked half and some are marked less than half regular value. Get your share of the bargains before it is too late. a dozen middy blouses, regular $1.00 value, 49 C now 10 dozen new middy blouses, all new, up-to-date styles; regular $L50 values, how Odds and ends in Regular 75c and $1.00 corsets n o w . . corsets. 45c One lot of corsets in the better makes; worth d»-f A A up to $2.50, now. .-PA»vV HOUSE DRESSES Coat dresses. We want to especially call your attention to this new dress. Unbuttons to the floor in front. A convenience recognized at once, as it means no more disordered hair caused by putting skirt over the head. You put on same as you put on your coat. Regular $1.50 value, now ... 98c 6 dozen dresses made of gingham and percale-^ regular $1.00 values, now 5 dozen dresses, gingham and percales, odds and ends of regular $1.00 dresses; to close them out we have marked them. 50c Muslin Underwear 10 dozen muslin, nainsook and cambric night dresses, embroidery and lace trimmed; regular 75c values, now Corset covers, new styles, lace and embroidery trimmed; 50c ^^f* values, now fcltlV^ Ladies' cambric drawers, trimmed in lace and embroidery, now One lot of brassieres, embroidery trimmed; 50c values, now Ladies' white muslin petticoats, double panel; 75c value, now 25c 25c 49c Silk Messaline Petticoats Regular $2.50 value, now -- $1.49 Bungalow Aprons Now for another rousing sale of bungalow aprons --every woman knows the advantage of these and we have a lot which we will close out, regular 50c values now 29c White pique separate skirts, made in the new tunic styles; regular (P "I \ $2.00 value, now .wJL» White ratine and linen skirts in tunic style; regular value $3.00, now $1.98 NE WSFAPEEl

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