Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois on October 14, 1930 · Page 9
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»urs : nmhr htiy. 'H'k Chalri il)i«cd with Ini; not* t( iiilcrn and (y pile , . . , sry nnd n»h hen 11- itur, HL DECATUR HERALD r TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 14, 1930. 1VO QUESTIONS"" Btldo Dntf , 'onUniKMl ftiim paw B _ tcoea o( iiiwniKlttoiw, In tho . » »l«P-J«"i enough to .*B from t(J tltt hr " M) «* i*"" nntl UK rii'i Mm »»" ono tlm p^wtotant con. , ll(( ,, thnr iLv ''·! in"' Mere. i,,(t rvnt with Surety IhnM h«1l-pl«wlln|*. txpi" 1 "lort, hurt looked MM ru viy if-mftlc momnnt In 01 i Khp ii M tiet h«*t to i*. hody ' . . . - - ..1^» !,..* t * Jlll.jlHfl "tjl/ *u|)ptui«d to hftvo sorno--" He check ml her gravely and with no hint of rtturoapcot. You nre hove under coloi of a lonuc, but I doubt whether It's worth the pop«t It 1* written on," "Don't oo obsuitl! Wasn't llior* « kwycr? And didn't 1 sign In the prnHenoc of witnesses?" tin proved the point with mora heal, "Wit now* or no witnessTM. w»s thut tonne made with the Knowledge and uonsfiit of th« real ownerT" "Wn« In the OwnorT" She ciime buck at him Just as itv «"-ii|on. lull It cliitld J l ff"'fll'" ! riinif in ftnd mit «S«lnit. tht hi^k^i^ 1 1 ^^ ri ? itwnoiv llkt* iv: tf inr men vrtrt miia (ortunn(e In rfcullt' 1 ^' v h e i t * ftnl under what fti(* flltiH'nrK'i"! they twill n"t. ho mntb no »i:n lie Itmill" Aliirih-r «WiN' Fr An II Wit* Iflltentetl. thiil woril wild hnv(l vopnllotl th* most irtutf t "f lh M1 Kh'' i Tit* ftltl wid hiiHtily, "You nmy tiot lino* II. hut inen- hiii been «n- rtttn minder tip at the hniw" He liinnriul the opportunity for MM in**. I "I (,'KihmiNl IIH much from whtit. jwu anil your mftld anlrl nliriit be- tom inxl And If them hnL heon Any doubt Ifft tn my mlnrt, Mr. Toby and hl ricpiitlcH wcmkl hjvvc ilh- p»|]fi) II when thn- lurched th« b»rti« tltto nmfnlnff," AiintiMh. thniiflh tihe i.'ould not Jiuve (eld whv, oxjMirtunfcd n snn^c of relief, "Oh, w ynu'vn nccn Mr. Totij Tlip Kfnnt snift, "Yew." «d(tln« nt- moft Immedlnlely, "bill he hinn'l itti mf " Tie tfllff Sin* wny t« nnnoynnw "Wheic hAv you h«n for the lust 21 Itntirt''' "Ip In Ilif hnvloft " ·MKIlflf" 1 H' 1 Klirink Im hwid, "Who Is thn t-psl owner? Do you Hla mymcnuuy In 1 tut Ion gone, he hhi u««ed, "Bi'kln'd Hou»e weents to belong to unyono who rhootion to claim it" "Do you olnlm 117" "t niny bofou- I got through." {Tn bf uontlniM*d) 1630 by Tho Bell Syndl unto Ire ) Fr nil her ncrr«lltnl polnr, An- nMjiti tt'Ml wm ·uddtnly nwnre of (M! W Juvenile In [he ] re« one ft of I thji iimri, Ti rovur It nlt» Srtopt- til ht mntetnnl tone, "Ifnu m«rtf n i,'i ftitl nitMtftke In not fOBilnj.' f u t w i n d at one* t» oxpliiitt vnii 1 (Ji*i'«nn('fi hero. Hy twudliiK the Jnw »ne fttilv iiiitiiirwili'f'N It. ewpeclal- t j ' i i n Kiniill fiwtt like fliilca Crotm-, Nn ctimlit voit i (· i lj,'lii " t^'i (.·() ki [iiipitiilici ImlirrcKKitly, "But nt ,1 ltiifi|ienn. f df» not wl«h lo es- (iflln mv iPi'innn(! frnnldy I would ftifpt noi (ivfln to dlxflone It,' Tiv m ithfl would. Minx Wtmt noulil tint nl'fu.cthi'i wtl(li \t\t- misplclons "lirrtt ftil-f iin-iivec nrntj***!, "I'linn I nii[.[.os(, it would b« futlla Im me lo i«k wh«l you MO riolnp tl* rtlrt not vi'jity; nnd. eonttnloui nut ht« eye« twre (Mvourlnff her niti] ii iipM-c. niinoHt hurnlnfc Intsn- .11', «)n luitilml »n- 'I'hli jilin n hrlnitKl tn ntiv t won HI Ini' 1 ii i i K M I" ink " I Am (lie To mini "I nui iln li-iniut, nn(I n tennnt IH Stfarr .VlnfUlIX TtMtmtnt UGLY GOITRE "Coe» In 4 Week*" Wlhout Oinftr «· ·wriWo*. 1r*«l Vwirult *t HOMI. Bl|, llHlraltd fRtt WOK Slwwt Htw "f tuM my (toitiein + iff()iibT»nt»ji)M( titinie iteiititiciii »TM nilnwdi"--Mr* /. M, "My llocin; -isnl i*i»t«. Bin yom tlintilt: eniy meititul eiiilnl KOitre In I montti.TM --Mf(. W. A. P««.Ci*iHiii. ». C, ^·k M F End atntic it home In i (e» F R E t ittnitwetki. Gillii)!, illtliti»(»d V^ f'RJBt BOOK by Yimous Iltult Ci lift BO «k Gnu jnitre iptclilin Showt '(dmurcnofeoftfo. Tell* nni|i!t, nA(e. »div linm ttntlt uwl hy 200,000 I,....,, (mleS -- ilncttir» liUit «p*rtti. ui Umiie^'olten in only 4 »«k» wnhimt «(t»intloii. I.aaa how S.nJ lor FRrti BOOK ' ' ii 14 Ttr,tl»ir»l nri4 M1M tnnlmni Illilii. I J.ii.l in. I i.tii 1 1. . . it t'tii.i: idTM to i Tlnu* Lubricant and Poln R«ll»v«r Struin antl Minn r«llir«d -Sitiii«'Uink wltheiit din- centort-Ni'fVdt nootbnill , jl no I'inlnMii oliht(ilrlcl»n ud pHiwti bj enimiuHH thoudnmtit («r -- « Tltn nm.tvrloun Ji'trt, ---fll»«KlL V*T7 T« " 1(1 KMIL . KK» ll .«r» iUv npptifd--brlni» »· i o»i!ti In lutinlnft tno it (oinlllltin, Ainu puts 'r* t«l'.'"' «lprai"lilii« Ppronoli .11 ilrat Tkt fi if i, r. r. .............. , ......... tl Your Goal.. Try on* load of ERIE SOOT- LESS Furnace Lump at $4.75 per ton delivered and you will never bum anything «l«. ERIE SOOTLESS it mined only in the Moweaqua mine and ii old only «t the mine. We have no dealer*. Order from your truck driver or from the mine, direct No dirt, no rock, no *ootj aU heat. MowMqua Ooai Mining Go. Phone 193 Moweaqua, 111. WE WORK ON THE SPINE Th» To nd J tint Thin uhlropi-nrtor work* upon your »plnf. uw bnc power bncK Into line Nent from your br«li, -nr«i your dlN*-«i« «nd «nd your pnlnl A, A. Guldberg, Chiropractor GITSIIAIJD B1.1JO. DIAL 2-OW8 Low Excursion Fares TO CHAMPAIGN-URBANA SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18 F O O T B A L L G A M E ILLINOIS v«. NORTHWESTERN (ANNUAL HOMECOMING) $I,6B».ROUNDTRIP«$I.68 ;»iiJ gull* and II. (Jonrt (iilnic Oolob*r n ana i«. S2,52«llOUND TRIP-S2.52 Itcturnlng i» and Inolwllnje Ootolwr 10. .. Train* Imva Cecat'r lit 8:08 A. M. ttmt 11: W A. M. RetuilUnf ·}Jf» trAln iwivmtf Wright Stront On Campus) nt,*"^ FM ' or "I*! 1 inrne, H8(iiilnr train lenvlnft Urbaria at 8;OB P. M, W«h End BIxottrslorT':RVt«"or"One" Ke»ul*f F*" 0 P 1113 BSc Mund Trip (or ih« ro*t of tl* y«ar t* all sluUons. . For furthflr information Phone 2-0533. DrOATUR HERALD I I ( c : T R I H F n t ( N F S ·AMERICA'S PIONEER UNDERSELLM STOREI Intmntii' Hand M«d« Dresses I n / * n t a' hand rmide drswee, ot /Inn quality ba- tlsW, hand em% | h r o l r t e r o d a n d hand made, steex D. 1 nnd 2 yoira Lox T«H«t Soap 6c --BlMt Flam MM lie Creepers ih*4«» wtd com- MiuttloM In In- (unte* DNeMra ·mi bby kty tuiti, NtcM J. 2, a, i, Come Wednesday! Marvelous Values! Hurry! Over 500 to Choose From HATS Huh thdt arc entirely dir/ornl. Flnp loliela,! oushlon, brim (clt», side] rtrttpc modols, Hewer," fen (tier and fur trimming*. Ev^vyont c»n (live a new hat that IB becoming--.mul at a saving, Sw thtso «uro! --8«4xmd Hloor New Dresses Hundredg of New Fall Frocks Afeu Shtpm«nt$ fur Wednesday at Only The latogl dram faRhloni arc all here! Many ileov«« stylen, flarea and plentn, novelty neck lines, draped effMta, «to. l|Faihlon«d from Canton Cr«p«, Flat Silk Crsp*, aeorg*ttes. Satin Face Crepes, Tweeda and Prints, The newest tall and winter colors. Sizes 11 to 20 and 38 to SO. --Second Floor Men's F u r n i s h i n g Dept. Men's WORK SHIRTS Men'u ,blue chnnibray work ahliis, triple flllchcd «IH! wet) made throughout, in size* 141 to 17. 8p*c)*j at 69c. --Fimt Flnnr MEN'S F«M.,WFJOHT Unions Moii'x Unit union UltllH, 111 wnlslit HUIinl)li tor jmtnidlnto wnHi, IjA^u ·lmnm «nil Mile [n lutiKUl, fn anil i ui ii. --lint 69 MBM'8 FANCY DHE8S Hose, 4 onn lot of rn«i in no! or UllOtlK, Alien to II M ftlK YH1UIM ut 4 r*r». etc. 69 MEN'S SHIBTS AND Drawers ' Unit tt fin* rh*i full nh in* n null if -- Mnit 69 RAYON BILK Hose, 2 M«n'« run, In n*w r«lt eol«r «om- l.lnnUoiut, slr»* 14 M 11M; , te. ~Flnl 69 First Floor! W«mV ««/on Silk Lingerie UTEFIN^ PANTIES Women'* rayon Itngci'l", In French p»ntlcB, utonin* and btooiwtwof good quslitx rayon and vr»ll mad*. Choke, «flc. -Mrmt WOMEN'S RAYON Silk Hose 2 pM . 69 S«mi fashioned pointed heel iitlt rayon hots, in the newe«t fall *h*d«*. Sii«» 6} to 10. Don't (ail lo ««l your*, 2 pri. 69c. -Mr.l WOMEN'S ;HAMOI«ETTB Gloves Womnn'» ehain- ftita glove H, fancy clff nntl pullover style. n*w«nt (alt HlutdcK and all nlze«, A to II, pair, 6Ac. Find Floor WOMEN'S FUKK SILK HOSE Pur* thread ullli hoiw, Ktmi-faHh- (ontd. tllh to lh" top. In (ha new ··t fall Bhadfu. 6) 10 10. --Flrat Floor WOMBN1* »FIT»ITE H UNIONS Woman's fine knit union *uttft, clottd atylv, with tuff or shell knis, flfuw 36 to 44, Only, 6Sc, --Pint Flour 69 WOMAN'S FLAT CRRPft SLIPS Women'* and flat xllpit. In of p*«eh, pink and p«BS«e. SfM* 36 to « -Ptrat Fl.int GOWNS Heavy (tannelctt- night sown* for women, in Dink and blue pattern* HIxt* 16 and 17. Choice, Me. --Klwt It-wr WOMKNT* WASH FROCKS NawMt *tyt* waih rroch* for worn- ·n, «ll tub fort, ·elf UM! conlrMt- lot trimmed. Bit- 69 ^^^^^ ' WMDNI'.SOAY fi|»m;|AI*t fltOM «ll« Self-Serve Grocery 1 VDIIT omM.i 1 : i i«t* MIKKT itoi.r.H Toilet Tissue | 9 ^» 69c | C \ \ - . ( ) N \\\HH II A « HtKH Van Camp Kraut M: IH. CV Sfor69e riUrtnirj' WfiolBTniMt Bran 6 for 69c Spinach - 6 ^ 69C Ideal Sliced Peach's i!J fnnH tti n'uip 4for69c StatehouseFlow 26 Ibs. 69c (JlllCAT MtlK'NintlK A ^ A _ Navy Beam 8 ^. 69C MaHedMilk No. I TTt, 2for69« HflllJ; Pork Beans 6for69o Buckeye Preserves 3 For 69C KO, S JAIH A".»fKTl!l) Brcrh 1 * Mmrsrtmellow* Pound, I9e K Ik. IM.I, T»o Freih Jelly Gum Drop* 2 Points, 35o --Basement Basement Third Floor Tremendous Values DressSilks and Woolens --40 inch Royon Satin --36 inch Rayon Taffeta , --40 inch Baronet Satin --36 inch Novelty Woolen* --36 inch Printed Rayon Crepe. HOUSEWARES--CHOICE --No, 2 galvanized tub* · · --No. 10 whit* c«mbiitette« -- t O gallon garbage can* --3 qt. panneled aluminum percolator --No, 10 iron ikilleti --No. 8 iron Dutch ovens --Handy Ann garbage cam SI m JUTFFLED Curtains, new Ivory toll* rufflod curtain ntls, with dainty wlovad edgo valance anil UoteackB tonatch s,2pr. 69° VD. LAOB (JDHTAIN Panels 36 and 46 Inches wid4, choice »I fllot or shadoiv ls.ce weaves, ecru or Ivory color *Hl( frlngn pottomg. 69 WTN,TtIBOB Cretonne,3yd Yard wide fall drapery tonnet, In floral and allovcr patternB, n*w cr«- , 69 c STif.l Rugs H«nvy well )iLt-»a si ro ratf In uttractlvi' terns, with enJs. -- Third Fluor pat- 69 66xl« PLAID Blankets Heavy warm 8h»*t Wank- ots, In pink, blue, tan, gray or lavender plaldn, with crochet 69 S LS. QUILTED COTTON Bates Full comfort ttlxn, ^k^ikA 73x90, Bnow white · ·· Bb cotton botis. first IN. HEAVY OVTtHG Flannel, 4 yd*. Woll imppwlhoavy quality, yard wltlo wttag. In light or dark imtterns; at- no solid colors. ·?7»»» 69 Percale, S yd*. Ic Bw Tard wide, gunuint "Scout" jwrcaloT, fu«(, woahaUle col- w*, In « larga of p»ll"»'nM. Towerng 4 yd The Underselling Shoe Dept. Steps Out Big! Lettsr "P" Stevens' nil crasli, pure lln«n, blflach nd or unbleachad, rwavy quality unbleached muwlln. MATTRHHM Covers «i!ty, futi A A j (.m' f niM- Olll ;v wltlt hSI iia*rni«nt ^J^J ^-» _ .^iF.^iF Heuvy quality, full Hi** "Aur*nr run- tr«» «ov«r«, with tl*i*. Only, «Dc. Sheets Lar(* douM* bed olM, fully blfftch- Cd Ithrotfl, Will) fine, uofl finish and wtde htmt, 69 Muslin. 12 yds. MliM»' atWl Children'! *ZJ» SHOES $169 For school or dress shoes and oxfords straps and Uea, patent^ Un or dull laather. slwn tolargt 2, Choice, $1.6ft. --Flwtt Fhnir WOMKJf'S Moccasins Any wanted color, with r * A d « a e i t h e r s o 1« s and heels. -All ilWrt, ririt 2 FOR BOS' ABB GymShoes Beter grade in white only. All slz«s to large t. --Pint Floor 69 Women's to $3 Dress Slippers Neat patent straps, in Cuban or military heels, Also pumps included in thi* lot at $t.69. All Sim for Women and MUw* --Firit Floor Children's Dep't BOVS' BtOVWM OK Shirt* Tub f»t · p«Mal* amt madrtj pat- torn*, ilwii · t» U y*tr» and la to "l a*ckband* 69' wootwr Knickert ntaturaK, In CQC ·IK* C to J2 ywni. \f%/ Flww BOW MAT SOTS OR Overalls Heavy (ruaHtr blu* dtnlnValt*, ·!(«· « to l» y«ar*. Play null* ot 18hl hick- «ry and «lf«1 itrlp SIM* a to I y«*r». 69' HOVr FALL WMMT Caps Medium and dark Dresses Tub fait irtinU ot brMdahHhudMH- Um imwla, ·*«· T l» 14 yearf, 69* Sleepers Part wool *ntrl- r. riMt DECATUR DRY GOODS C DECATUR DRY GOODS CO.

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