The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 9, 1914 · Page 2
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T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Thursday Evening, July 9, 1914 | Home of C. A. l . l « M r . - . ,,,...,, « ' i . N o n a - f t t i " b * r r t » - w vpr« h s r m o d bv t h n f U , ,.,,| i hi- , n p w i l l r.« K . l t l i e i i ' d ,,,, fr..n i n |...i"|!li.* Mr H n u i - l r l K n Is M l l l l t - l I ' l - ' ! IT! f ' l l l l l f - P ' r n * - - i ' l t l l f U K l l l f I,, f.ii.t.nr.li. (lint tin will rebuild. ROAD ROUTE PATHFINDER I* ' M . l u ' ·'. K l n « I" Till* Territory for K r \Vr*k«. :,i1ni-" ' K i n g , th"- goc"! ri'iul- rulvn- i i « a n d p i l M l n h e r nf K l n K ' * - O f t l r l n l , . , i t r " , i ' " l » « ' i n l i ' M l I n T n - i a t u r VV.-il,., | , , . m i v In lill' N . i t i n n . i l i ii.-nl- ,, j ( I | ( i- I H'IMMl III 111- fl HOOll .!.., ' c o m m e n t nn a c c o u n t of t h e i , . i , ti i D i n r r,«i i i i : h i i ii w i U ' h in- I , i · , h",l Mr. K i n g and hU w l f . [,,, . ' , . i, l i u n i n u ! l i i o i l ( ; l i ( h i t - p;nl . ( [ ' , , i i t o :ni I h - p;i:t t\\f «^i-k.-. i n . . · r t T i l i i M rftnil c o n d i t i o n * n n d a s a , . , i ] | ! rif t h i n l h i r e w i l l he « n u m b e r MI i,.-« r ' l n o l s r n n t » » I n ni-xt y e a r ' p i I I * I ' M f o r T n n i ( ~ h i r ! » r t o n M a t i ,oi 'ind Ti-rri' H m i t r T h i i r f d o y a f t e r - Mi K l n t report""! t h » m a j o r i t y o f i n - i f i d * I n t M * v l d n l l v I n good con. M ' r"i i l t h o m i i d r y n n r t d u s t y ! |i,. '··!!· r i ^ e r c d MO u n o miles n i n e - h | M . i . I i n t ! . r . t o n d m n p w n i k f o u r - · /.."i - ^ i r r .1 ff" BAPTIST PARTY AT PARIES PARK i.a. lor. K c v . .1 T Mil"!, nnd MP «-u\-. l ' 1 ' n . - f , ·-"· '"!,,,.!, \ \ , . i | n p ' l j i T ' i i n o r t o - i " ' d t · · r . ' n t m « « t l n . f I I; I: · (» 1 and i O '" ' · ' "" b " A ' ' -,( t l ·· F i r s t Un i' iv. r n . " h M r f . C. O I h l l ' i · · " ' ' I k ' n . i . f i anil X i r n l ' ! » i ' ; i » " wtrc i h n | , - . - M - . ' I I h'- t . n s t . M f P rnt* 1 ! ' .1 1 t i l 'I t 1 ^ r r . m r " n v ^ ' · · ' ! . " i % · · i i m m . v .1. t m h Inn r o ' l i i " 'r. t h e P T " ' T . · i « *« v, i i h \\-^rrr M r i K r m r T is ' · f t m p l n c r i j ' o i i u - n . w h l ' l . T l * - i f l r r n o o n w n ' p p * n t in n i-oclnl .i. . H '-f p l . - k m i t w i v . nA V i ' t | n « s a b e i n g t o k e n up _ U wiit on enjoyable occasion. In the eve n i n g a i . ' i n l e supper was served. The T I H I I I B Woman's Foreign MU: o n s i y f c l r t \ of the c h u r c h as h a v i n g ·c rne'tlnK e t t h e eottase thio a f t ? r - 1,01 II GRACE METHODIST H. M. S. TO MEET A t Country Home ol Mm. H. S. Geb- hnrti Will H«v« Conveyances. W o m f n of the Home M l t s l o n a i y boci- ,.tv of the G r a c o Methodist church will hoi it Hi'"' r c R i i l a r m e e t i n g F r i d a y a f - t e i n o i . i i . i t tin* c o u n t r y h o m e of M i s . H t, Del h a r t . Th«y w i l l meet at the i-h'irrh w ' u r n conveyances will l« on l,i,,,rt l u k e them o u t . A b o u t f i f t e e n ,, r i v . n l v a i l - expected t o tco. T h n r e ,v,ll p r u 1 a l ' l v he a short p r o g r a m and a I v i f l n i ' s s m e e t i n g will he c o n d u c t e d , b u t moM of the time will he spent so- SIX MONTHS IN EUROPE RIVERSIDE CHURCH PICNIC AT NELSON The S u n d a y school of the R i v e r s i d e a p t i M · i.uroh is h a v i n g Its annual i c n u - t h i s a f t e r n o o n a t Nelson park. n v \ \ is.TMs w e r e used in t a k i n g the peo'ple : . n m the c h u r c h to the park. A i o u i 1'" 1 «re expected to a t t e n d . Some f . i m c s were to lie a r r a n g e d n f t e r t h e r n . w d r e a c h e d t h e park. Rup- pn v i ' i *i- 5 ' r v e i l t h i s evening ROBERT A. AUSTIN BURIED AT RAMSEY MUa Mnrle Allen Leave, to Join Slater, Mil* Leonora. Mlas Marie Allen lett Wednesday night for Chicago, where she will meet her sister, Miss Leonora. Allen, and they will go to New York Thursday and »atl Saturday on the Niagara for Havre. France, and thence to Paris. They will make Paris their headquarters for a. while and then go to Italy. London and other plac.es of Interest in Europe. Miss Leonora Allen will probably study voice culture under the greatest teacher In Europe, and she has received l e t t e r s of introduction to him as well as to the conductor of L'Opera Comique In Paris. She and her sleter will be away for about Bix m o n t h s . :r:;r !$.-,* . SMILE v. J u l y s T of r r t 4 A u s t i n was held Sunday a f t e r noon »t ^ c clock at the residence. In- .(.rn-.ont was it the Ramsey cemetery. Ha aie.l r r l l n at 5 o'ciock and IB aur- vivea by his mother anfl sister. Miss Cam. A t . = 1111 Ho was t w e n t y - s i x SEVERAL PICNICS AT FAIRVIEW Congregational Sunday School nnd St. John ime »* Seirlnff Circle. Several picnics are taking place this a f ' e r n o o n i n F a i r v i e w park. T h p Sunday school and congregation of the Congregational church are having t h e i r a n n u a l picnic. No special pro- g r a m had been arranged for the a f t e r noon. The p i r n l c supper IF to bp served at G 30. Several hundred people were expected to a t t e n d . The Sewing circle of Sf. Johannes* German Lutheran church Is having a picnic in the p a r k a".so. The women had Invited members of the congregation and It was e\pocte3 there would be a good attendance. Arrangements .l been m a d e to co: duct a refre i 'h- *t stand during- t u c nCterroon. Women's auri Misses' Outer Garments. SECOND WEEK OF OUR SPECIALS FOR ALL DAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVERY ITEM A MONEY SAVER. You never had a chance to buy high grade apparel at such a low price. READ EVERY ITEM. Limited space will not allow description of all prices, but everything in the store has been reduced one- half to one-third regular price. SPECIAL TWO HOUit SALE f FRIDAY FROM 9 TO 11 A. M. Your choice of 300 white lawrt and voile waists, lace and embroidered trimmed, high or low necks, long and short sleeves. waists that have sold regularly at $1. Special for 2 hours only House Dresses A Pjpr-nal Jot of light and dark rnlorod house dross- 03. low necks a n d short ve?. regular .$1 values.. S9c Silk Petticoats Pure, silk messaline and t a f f e t a petticoats, plain or """ plented flounces, all the wanted shades, $2.98 values for Undermuslins Muslin petticoats ,double panel skirts, princess slips, etc., lace and embroidery trimmed. $1.50 values, special Wash Waists 100 dozen white lingerie and organdie wash waists, the newest and latest models. Many different models just arrived. Some trimmed with Roman striped ties around the neck, special SPECIAL TWO HOUR SALE SATURDAY FROM 9 TO 11 A. M Your choice of 100 fine cordaline wash skirts, button trimmed and all new clean merchandise. Skirts that have been selling for $1.00 OUR MRS. FIELDS, NOW IN NEW YOBiK buying Spring and Fall goods has today sent us 300 new wash skirts that we are going to sell at ridiculous prices. Three lots below will give you an idea of how cheap these skirts are. Washable Skirts At Ridiculous Prices LOTl $2.98 Value for LOT 2 $3.98 Value for LOTS $4.98 Value for DEATH AT MACON EASTERN STAR HOME Mra. Martha Auitln Wa« Member «I RockforQ Cbapter. Macon, J u l y 9 --Mrs. Martha Austin died at the Eastern Star home July 2 after a lingering Illness of four months. Mrs. Austin was eighty years of age and had been a member of the home for several years. She was a member of Rockford chapter No. S. Mrs. Yates of Chicago a sleter of Mrs. A u s t i n , was at her bedside for several days before her fleath. The f u n e r a l s e r v i c e s were held * t h e h o m e F r i d a y a f t e r n o o n , c o n d u c t s by Rev. H u b b a r t , pastor of the Meth odist c h u r c h of this city. Burial was In the Eastern Star lo of the Macon cemetery. Start the Day Right! Leave the breakfast table feeling "right" and you'll do a better^day's, worlr-inuthe home or in the office* Coffee is America's national breakfast beverage and if it's made right the Breakfast Smile lasts all day. Making coffee begins with the selection of the coffee to be used, that's why you should insisJLon It's correctly Wended. properTyj 'roasted, packed iu air and moisture," proof -package'*, and rigliUy pricodj Your gi-o«r will supply you, OAWOED FAHNHTOOK Paoria, niiuoii. ttHECQUPONS Bachraan Building- North Main and Prairie Avenue. Store Closes Every Thursday Afternoon In July and August. Clearances in White and Colored Hosiery r*^^^^^^ weeks We have anticipated this demand and are splendidly prepared to show you a most interesting assortment for Ladies, Children and Men: 50c Ladies' White and Black Silk Boot Hose, strongly made and serviceable, at 3 pairs for §1.00; or, pair Ladies' White and Colored Fibre Silk Hose, in boot effect, in the regular, full-fashioned or seamless styles. These are beautifully finished hose and are of splendid wearing quality, at pair Ladies' White Silk Hose of superfor wearing qualities, in a number of brands, including the "Phoenix," "Gold Stripe "Onyx," etc. Such Silk Hose as these are not extravagant, for they wear as well as lisle or cotton, fl*1 AH and sell at a pair epj-.vw White Lisle Hose in both regular and extra. sizes, reasonably priced at pair 35c and Men's Silk Fibre Socks in white, pearl, grey, cadet, navy, tan, etc. None better for either wear 2^1tf* or appearance for pair Atf\s Men's Phoenix Silk Socks in extra-heavy guaranteed _silk, in white, black and colors, at pair Misses' White Silk Lisle Hose, in all sizes, at pair · Misses' White Silk Ribbed Hose, at pair 35c and Infants' Silk Ribbed Hose, in white, pink, sky and black, sizes 4 to 6^, at pair Infants' White Silk Lisle Hose, in all sizes, at pair 25c and 75c 25c 50c 25c 15c Toilet Soap Special 9 CAKES OF ANDREW JERGENS Regular 3 for a Quarter SCENTED TOILET SOAPS T HESE are GENUINE Andrew Jergens' toilet soaps, known the world over for their highly developed cleansing properties. for their mildness and purity, for their dainty delicate scents. Universally used by people oi refinement. A full box of 9 cakes--6 popular kinds--that usually retail 3 cakes for 25c--a remarkable Great Eastern special value, for 40c. 2 PREMIUM CHECKS FREE 40c It cleanses the hllr and ecalp thoroughly; getn everything. dandruff and all. Get a bottle TODAY. Price 2 PREMIUM CHECKS FREE TEA COFFEE CO Bell SSI. 262 North Main St. Auto 1258. Climax Flour HAS STOOD THE TEST FOR FIFTY YEARS. TO PAY IiESS FOR YOUR FLOUR IS NOT ECONOMY AND TO PAY MORE IS NOT OX30D JUDGMENT. FOR SALE AND GUARANTEED BY ALL GROCERS. CHAPMAN-DOAKE GO, Distributors for Central Illinois.

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