The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 10, 1914 · Page 11
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The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 11

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r Friday Evening, Jnly 10,1914. T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W Faro Blerea FRECKLES DOVT RIDB THEM WITH A FIT,-REMOVE TIIRW Hill H THE OTHINF rHEScniriov IM|» MrpMrrliHtnn lor «hr rrmoxnl of frroklm WM« tvrlttrn l» a prnmlncnt fbymlvtmm MMtl U Mnually no Miictrnnf clear, kMHttfd caiitrxl«n Hint ·aid by Antftttmtm under Kiinffitt rrfxid k* mamry It II full". D*»t fcllU your (rockln nnder n f*t MM MUMCr nf othlne Mnd rrmit Ikrm E»«i ihr firm »«·" ·pnllnlli Ahoald ·MOW A wonderful Imprntrmcn ·OMW of tfce ]l«htrr freckle* tanlnbll ·Mttrrlr Hr tmr* in link «hr ilniKKlot for I «··»!« ««Mltth olblnri II In thin Ib in nold on Ihr tnoni-1-liark Kiinnml IS BADLY Large Audience Hears W. B. McKinley at Tuscola. BOOKS BOUGHT We want e\eryone to visit Haines and Essitk--whether they buj or not Tor we know that anyone win known Haines and E«sick will sooner or later buy here New here else will ou find a collection of books on every imaginable subiect that can be boupht at such little puces. Books for vacation reading. Haines Essick 217 N. Water. Both Phones 1256. fot n 1 In T u = L O l a J u l j 10-- Mr incl Mr« A H r c o n m i n w e n t to the home of t h e i r d a u g h t e r Mrs Cnarles Llndsey south- eist "f M u r d o c k on T h u r s d a j morn- i n g iv hi i e t h e v \ \ p r e called on account of tl out v c i r o (1 son of M*- and Mrs 1 in 1 cv 1 e ng s e r i o u s l y 1 urned I h e r h 1 1 v v i s in i rt ir room of the house ilo e a n l Mrs I I n d s e v on hearing: his nt to h i m and f o u n d his cloth- I n s h f l i i n r s n n r t It is supposed he Ind m t ^ h on the floor w h i c h he i vv i v F icceeried in s t r i k i n g i n d 11,1 I i, h i s r l o t l i n g Thy r h i l l w n s M i o i i ' i l t u r n e d a b o u t t h e h o d v a n d f i r , t l n i m h Mi Ore-rman stated sin t l v 1 e f o r e l e a v i n g Ttiscola for the h m* 1 of liK dl i g r h t e r t h a t the p h o n p = n r \ ITA h ri 1 e^n «o poor t h a t he h i d f c t i i n 1 IP to get n n v v e r v d e f i n i t e i n r r m i t i o n as to the c o n d i t i o n of the ..hlli! HI MT1 D= 11? AR MKlNLI-i I I I P w a s in immense p^ow d p a t h p r it I I i ( t h -itl( o f t h e M t t l i t l ^ t h n r h i n t h i s r l t v o n \ v e d n e s r l T v P V P I tnsr t » h r n r t h o t n l k n r d SPP t h e pic l in ·- t r V B Mi K i n l P v of ( h a m j i ^ n i n I I f i t iri ( t Ins recent l o i r a u u n 1 Ih vv ni 1 1 T h p ·= i pen h 1 1 een fti i n n ^ f t t n e n v o i t i p lire: n i t i,!l = s v v l n l f v v i n the n o r t h side of t i l e rh ir i i r d ^r != pliced In the s t r e e t \v 1 i h 1 I 1 en closed and ropi 1 f f In 1 1 I n i I t h e s c a t s in th Mi I se\ e ll h mrti ed c h i l r f i were t a r r l p l o t of hf- i i u ] a n d p l a t t d on the s de w i l l s T n l i r "-s t h e s t r i c t l i T r l n ·*on 1 vv n l i r i l k W T S v c i v in f st i n r n n l n s t i t\\( a n 7 t ' I ·= r i t tentfon was given to Mr MeKlnUy who seemed very much pleased with the largo auflienc* that was out to hear him SONG SERVICE Tho program for the Mfd Summer song service to be given at the Presbyterian c h u r c h In this city on next Sunday Is as follows Organ v o l u n t a r j -- M i s s Irwln Sons "Kow The Day Is Over' Choir and congregation Scripture Selection and Prayer by the pastor Anthem--Choir Solo · How Lovely Are Thy Dwellings, --Miss Whltlock Duet--Mrs Fisher and Miss Bruhn Solo ' M y Aln Countrle --Mrs Brown Ervln Song--Choir Announcements and o f f e r l n g 1 S rgan solo--Miss I r k t n Istory ot the Hymn "My Faith Looks Up To Thee Duet--Mrs Callow ay and Mr Parker Anthem--Choir Benediction Pastlude--Miss Irwln PARTS' Mrs Ca^ey Hill entertained a num he of little people at her home on tist Houghton street on Wednesdis i f t e r n o o n in honor of the f o u r t h birtli- day of their little son Master Bobbj FICMC The Standard Bearers societv, of the Methodist c h u r c h w e n t to Ivaskaskia for a p cnic on Thursday a f t e r n o o n There w e i e about f i f t e e n of the v o u n g Hdies and thev w e n t In a large hack d o i n g t h e i r own d r i v i n g ind took lunch baskets J o h n T\ amslej who has been w i t h r e l a t i v e s in Chicago for ten d ^ v s re t u r n e d to his h me T h u r s d a v a f t e i noon Airs Belle ^ i r i e n was a Decatui v i s t o r on Thursclav M and M r 6 R C Smith w h o h a v e been on a weeks v i s i t to points in N o r t h e r n I n d i a n a and to Chicago re t u r n e d t o t h e i r home T h u r = d i j PASTOR TO 1AKB VACATOION Rev A. A " W h i t e pastor of the Mothodist church In this city w i l l t a k e 1 is v a c a t i o n beginning n e \ t Mr nda | l e v Mr VA hit*- is in Englishman bv. ( birth, and will In company with Rev A I* Casley of Charleston and Rev C W Casley of Mahomet who are also Englishmen and brothers make a tour of the eastern part of the United States visiting the National capital and othe 1 " eastern cities DROUTH HURTING CORN The farmers of this v i c i n i t y have for ths most part been Inclirsd to take a cheerful view of the extended drouth in this v i c l n l t j and h a v e claimed that owing to the fine condition of the fields and the splendid e a r j v cultivation of the corn crop .It was not suffering The best Informed are now b e g i n n i n g t o s a j t h a t the corn Is damaging as the blades curl badly in the m i d d l e of the daj and that unless Douglas countv gets general rains w i t h i n the ne%t w e e k or ten davs the crop w i l l be cut very much short of w h a t was expected Mrs C W Wilev l e f t here Thursdaj noon for Indiinapolls MARPIAGE LICENSE C H All Brazil Ind 21 Anna M Watkins Newman 111 2o NO TEACHER FOR MAROA 4TH GRADE Ml«« Mable Oakc« Transferred to tbc Eizhtli Grade Maroa July 10--Miss Mibla Oakea ·nhn had been e m p l o y e d to teach the f o u i t h room o* the Maioa schools has be°n changed to the eighth grade to f i l l t h e \ a c a n c j made b v t h e resigna- t i o n of "Mrs Lulu G bson o a Clinton \o o n e w h o his \ e t been employed to teach the. f o u r t h grade en Fieri L Harpei of P r i n c r t o n college w h o has been h e i e for tl e pist eight w e e k s i t u U i n g t h e coilntrv c h u i c h -nork T i l t h Re-v J N Mcnomld of the Pre-^MeiHn chi ri-h I, ft T h u r = H j for Fall f i e l d la to take u p the same l i n e of w o r k F r a n k l i n Bo} d of Bloom!n?ton is passing the w e e k TV 1th his si ter M r = James "Uorsham Mr and Mrs Tohn Mclin w h o h°\? been here fi om A t l a n t a iii h a v e gone to Bloomlngton for a u s i t w i t h the littei s parent 1 * Mr and Mr=; H Ho* te'Ier, before their return home. Mr and Mr a Jason Vaught hare moved to Forsjth TTilllim MOOTS passed Saturday and Sunday in Atwood with h s daughter, Mrs Ennls Coslet Mr and Mrs Luther Martin ot Decatur were guests of J Crocker and f a m i l y Saturdaj Mr and Mrs Newell Harris of H«nr are here vis ting the f o r m e r s parents Mr and Mrs J F Harris Miss Marie and Mark Brown ha.vfc returned home f r o m a "\islt In Leroy Miss E \ e l y n Smith of Assumption Is the guest of Miss Alma. Harris Mr and Mrs J T Keatts and children Hollie Wame and Le Ora, returned home T u e s d a y from Fowler Ind when, t h e j had gone In their a u t c i i o h Ic to spend the Fourth Re\ S N Wakefleld has returned home f r r m a Melt In Lakewood with his parent^ Mr and Mrs 'W aldo Cross of Decatur spent Saturday w i t h the latter s mother Mrs T\ r Moore Luther Pulliam !s here from Chicago Msltins hts p a r e n t s Mr and Mr« J a m e s Pulliam Mrs Luther Palliam has been heie for several weeks Rev L D W atts and Miss R u b y Miller of M o n m o u t h who visited here the fore part of the week have gone to Dalton City to attend the U B rhrtstian E n d e a v o r convention Mrs "V\ atts an I son Paul, w ent f r o m Ma- ro-j to Montlcello to visit her son Hirr\ and w i f p R f v 4-dridn Strubble pastor of the L B clmge In the Maroa circuit is in Dalton Cltj, to attend the convention Miss Esthe- Shields of this cltv w i l l attend the second term of school it \orlra! Mi*: "U II Ivei n«d^ and *=on who h a \ p been h e i e f r o m Los Angeles Cal v i M t l n g her f a t h e i R SIgler returned to t h e i r h i m p Mondii Misses I*OT is^ ind H u t h Small of P o i t l a n d Ore and M "s R u t h Wallace of M c n d o t a nre the g lests of Dr V\ I MrLean and f i r m h Tne McLean f a m l l v from this clt w e i e it a firniH Dithering- at the h o m e of Dr C A M Lein m Deca.tur T u e ^ d a j r Our Annual July Sale of Furniture Are You Sharing In This Great Feast of BARGAINS? The unusual opening response to this great sale indicates a breaking of all former July sale records. The response for the next few days will be greater than ever, so we urge early buying to insure the best selections. To those furnishing an entire house, this opportunity means a great help. No matter what you need in furniture we want you to share m this feast of bargains. The few prices we illustrate can hardly convey the real magnitude of this sale. Thousands of bright new pieces which we cannot illustrate, but which are interesting items to those who need furniture. Come to day or tomorrow and view the seven big floors fnm full of the best in medium priced furniture at your disposal at prices less than what many dealers can even buy for. A \ e r v hi^h cliss solid oak mission porch rocker built to last CO "7K f o r b e a r s ^ M 00 \a!ue for *t«l«» Our selection of d i n i n g tihles embraces all the different fin ishes sizes and the n e w e s t stjles This one is made of the "leanest w h i t e mk v i f h i p i a n o polish finish ff 4 O 9C Stricth Colonnl i n d e s i g n \ a l u e $1600 for. * I *·*·» Our Entire Line of Fiber Furniture To Go At a Big Sacrifice He have a b e a u t i f u l line of fiber p i c h swings ill of t h e m to go at 2i% discount Light d i f f e r e n t p i t t e r n s Sw nt, as ilhistnlcd in the f i \ c foot size R c g n l i r price j ^ 0 now yila Pour foot size, fn Art regular pnco ?U 00, now 99.UU A Solid Oak Buffet Ibis buffet is solid oiK and is offered at an unusual price It is equipped w i t h s i h e r d r i w e r , laige linen drawer «nd ample storage plice f n r d i s l i t s 4 C19 Cfl regular $20 00 talue for 9 I 3.3U Solid Oak Dresser With Heavy Plate Mirror $5.95 This is not a cheap poorly finished dresser, but as clean as any 316 00 or $18 00 dresser in finish and workmanship It has three large drawers and is worth regularly Ollr SS.95 prm Our Entire Line of Stand Tables at Regular Prices A Big Massive Colonial Princess At a Sacrifice Tvienh-five of these fine dressers to go at this ridiculous price Made ot selected quirtcr sawed "dk throughout and finely finished The base is ^Re and roomy and the mirror eNtra large. Size r f mirror 18x40 inches le price . Rybolt Clothing Go's Successor to Heckman-Bailey Co. Water at North St. Big Clearance Sale READ OUR OFFERS Every dollar you spend here Means you've a bargain and saved money. '" Shirts, Hate, Ties and Suits Must Go Dozens and dozens of Shirts ' The earlier you come the better the selection. $1.05 buys our regular $1.50 shirt. 85c buys our regular ?100 shirt. $1.40 buys our regular $2.00 shirt. $1.90 buys our regular $2.50 and $3 00 shirts. Your choice of our $3 50, $4.00 and $5.00 siik shirts for $2.95 Straw Hats At Half Off. $1.75 buys $3.50 hats. $1.50 buys $3 00 hats $1.25 buys $2.50 hats $1.00 buys $2 00 hats. 25% off on Panamas. If you wait until tomorrow the other fellow will have the hat you want. Every Man Who ever wore a Heckman-Bailey Co. suit knows the quality and durability of the clothing this store sells, should take advantage of this sale. To clean up our Summer stock --$17.75 buys our regular $25 00 suit --$14.75 buys our regular $22.50 suit --$14 75 buys our regular $20.00 suit --$13 50 buys our regular $ 18.00 suit --$11.25 buys our regular $15.00 suit --$ 8.75 buys our regular $12.50 suit Palm Beach Suits Your choice for $6.00 buys any Palm Beach suit in the house, regular prices were $7.50 and up. SPECIAL SALE ON TIES We are overstocked on ties and in order to reduce the amount on hand offer you THREE 50c TIES FOR $1.00 These ties are of the latest colors, etc., with open and narrow ends. Kids Clothes at ¥2 Price This includes waists, pants, suits, hose and hose supporters. If you can't come today, come when you can. Rybolt Clothing Co. Successor to Heck man-Bailey Co. Water at North St.

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