Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois on October 16, 1930 · Page 9
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HERALD THE HFRALD'S AIM To «ivc nil the it 11 nnd when it happens Decatur Meralb THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 16, 1930. SECOND SECTION WANT ADS Mfltnttif IEG10UNDV.F. W.TO SPONSOR JOM ARMISTICE NIGHT PARADE CMC and Patriotic Ori?an. PLAN ALUM1LL1KIN izaHons of City Will ! 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J.OO f 50. 6.00 con- y but today t Is ti flic Nolthi't the city telephone book lib not Ihe a W E Helm In Dncatui The man gave hi? ad- dte»s us the SOO block Noith iticet and said he was a baibci lo tret the aoutlnR WHitc \ ^ t e m See how itppettte i c l i i i n how -STOUT WOMEN p ( J.OTie J is the world'* rtcogntztd atttkr- tty m slenderizing apparel -- sptaaiaing for 29 yean ! New Silk Dresses Rich Quality Silks! Flat Crepes! Satins I Silk Prints! Sizes 40 to 56 Choose them for all informal oc- c^siorii 1 Stnart, s l t n d e n u n g copies of the season's leading modw --in the popular Fall col' on and attractive new prints NEWMAN'S 135 N. Water St. ' Yi/utivi. Difaltn Agctih joi Loni. Biynnt AfSnitl BACI1RACITS BASEMLNT STORE Prices Are Down! We'll Say They Are-200 Fine Suits Go On Sale Today at 17 50 ·»*· IN OUR NEW BASEMENT STORE pO! )R MONTHS we have worked on the idea of giving our customers the beat mit for $17.50 that could be found anywhere. We examined htmdredt of tutta . . . . in lifted on smart styling . . . demanded exceptional quality . . . until we finally found our ideal. Right here we will say the«e aic stirt* you ordinarily pay as high a* $30 and $35 for. Suits for young men and older men , . . . tiii'» for tveiy type and build. Come and see for yourself , . , our absolute gruarantee is back of every suit. BACHRACHS Establiihed 1877 NO CHARGLS--NO DHLlVbRlLS -- SMALL CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS At GUSHARD'S Radios of the Make and Price to Suit You! More than 20 models in three world-famous lines give you the largest selection in Decatur -and on a Payment Plan that will please you! The Famous Balanced Unit Radios with the new Tone Control and neu Station Recording Dial Grand. Tb* llr»t IttAl,, nut-frftormlnf, full tom^, iwrfeii-frlil ratllo *\tr nttnnl » ·neb » prle*. Seven lnhrii, ·pcaker, in · h*n4«nme fiflihti mblnvt IS lnrbi« wlt* ( IT) Inch"* All-flrrtric, with n w*ntlh nf ftnr- ton* ·rirrthlty end powrr--prlrisl, ie*» luh*», TONE CONTROL $ 49 50 $ »evpn-luhf, ·crnrn-frrid m^lvMl In * rfmarkaMv nandnom*, ep*n- fucn uublnet ol Amrrtwui Mttck walnut, with liMlrurornt P*n«l at V- nmUltrd Oriental wiwd; hutt walntit panHn and »rrh; hwid-rnhbrd Kittln flnUh with Amcrlcftn Gnbelln tupentry intr *pMk«r Morirt 11, lent 110 PhUco Lowboy, 9 Tubes, Screen Grid Plui . . , The M Low buy ha* ll tub**, BUtumatic vulumo, which HHMMM tu hu)H»(-- Ion* control, Mall on rwordlnic dlil, enorniotm jHiwcr, hr+n Mfcllvit), «n4 YOI tnuld jwk uf » radio, ph»» M li»w price. Lciwt liibfn, nf ,, $127§S The New "Golden Voice" Atwater Kent All Are Lettttt Factory Model* , Nearly 3,000,000 Owncrt Will Tell You You Can't Go Wrong With an Atwater Kentt Model 70 Lowboy, m llluttrated . . . . 119 Her* I* tnnr nutiirnlifMi, mail* pnMlhl* In lonr-^hitiflnt, (h»t elvr» k rirw rnnrwpllnn n( milMottt ti'prniliiillnn, 1 h«r ll Id (o know uliv thlK nMTtflnii* nrw litPtriitHrni hn» HUafniMt nurti M- iriyR*. Il« tomr In and hi»r 11. MOIHil, T4 AlWATKIt KKNT-- WMh tour Mm ho plnc«t mnwhcrp in III* fxi t' 71 IIIOIIBOV-- O/ Amerirwn mnffkd with frit (or rikwr. Prlrel, II-M MOfF,I, 71) »Hh th* r»m|MHmr nl. H95 Eleven Models in Featuring the New Perfected Screen Grid Superheterodyne . . 86 Al liwl. the Irnwii'lott* IAHKP anil |nwcr ni jititcrted--the flnctt ^uliT-hcIfrod\nc MM built, nnd wlthtn r^ich nt M*ry Kijrht liilw*, in a dltUnrthe walnut crthliict, with M»t*»Ht'« Colorful Tnn*. Frlcmt, liss tubcn nt V)H Majettic Prices $66 to $213 Tllbrft WM. GUSHARD RADIO DEPARTMENT-BALCONY

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