The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 12, 1914 · Page 3
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The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 3

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Sunday Morntaf, July 12,19H. " THE DECATUR R E V I E W Pag* Thn* ITFi Wagons Haul Sweet . Big Picnics. For This hot weather, as well as the ·rowing popularity of the park, has jrTuJe Fatrvlew park one of the bit: lee cream consuming points In the city. It li not unusual for one lea cream manufacturer to send a biff two-hone wagon load of Ice cream to the park. Usually there will be two to six orders In the load. SIX BIO FREEZERS. Thursday afternoon one such load had ilx big freezers that ware delivered In the park. There were orders for three different picnic parties. Besides Ice cream, the same driver delivered two big chunks of Ice and 200 paper Ice cream dishes and tin spoons. After he had unloaded his wagon at the pavilion he loaded It up again with empty cans and packers that bad been left by his company for previous picnickers. The same afternoon the delivery wagons of two othar factories were In the park making deliveries. NAME RECEIVER FOR NORMAL SCHOOL Muncle, Ind., July 11.--The Muncle Normal Institute, having: an enrollment of I,£00 students, has passed Into the hands of a receiver as a reault of the failure of the LaSalle Street Trust and Saving* bank, the Larimer Institution In Chicago, which WM financing it. Henrr M. Gentry. o( Indlan«polli, who was named aa receiver upon the petition of Julian R. Btuart, dean of the college of «.grlcuUur«, at once took cbirsT*. The asieti of the ichool are $500,000 and the liabilities $275,000, according to an announcement The ichool will be continued under the re- celverahlp, the teachers, numbering SO, have agreed to accept the school's bonds In lieu of salaries, until the Institution's financial affairs can b« straightened out M. D. Kelly, president of the school. laid the lult for receiver was a friendly action, being taken merely for the protection of the creditors. 1*. I*. Bacchus, former vice president of the LaSalle Street bank and former chief accountant In the Illinois State Auditor's office, was business manager of the school. GRADING ON THE SOUTH SIDE DRIVE That H»«d Is Vow Passable B«t Win B« Defter. I. T. May flnlihed the grading of the approaches to the bridge on South Side drive Saturday. The highway commissioners spent about 11,600 on that work. The commissioner! ars now working west of the Illinois Central and will put !n a new concrete calvert between the Central and the msw bridge. The road Is now passable over the bridge, but will be In much better condition after the culvert Is la. -*Fair CMst for · Dlscout, Boston Transcript.--Doctor--"Too are suffering from a complication of diseases, sir--at least ific." Patient--"I suppose you'll alibw me ft discount on half a dozen, doctort" LAW Evening Classes L»ck of'moneror tack of tlnw Md not stand la Send for Catlo Trimmed Hats $1.00 YOUR UNRESTRICTED CHOICE OF OUR COLORED TRIMMED HATS-VALUES $5 TO $15 Closed Thursday Afternoons During July and August. 11 White Hats CHOICE OP OUR STOCK-- ALL FRESH AND NEW. ANY UNTRIMMED SHAPE $1 We Start The Third Week Of Our July Clearance Sales With Unprecedented Values ~~9 t Q^^ determination to reduce our stocks between now and the end of the month has resulted in our offering new, seasonable, Summer I ^^ merchandise at enormous reductions in price. Our selling thus far has been very satisfactory, but we have a big task ahead of us, for stocks are far too heavy. Our emergency is making golden opportunities for our patrons. If you have not visited us since these general clearance sales opened, you should plan to come to-morrow, or some day this week--the sooner the better for you. Summer Clothes At Great Reductions Monday Will Be a Special Bargain Day In Oar Big Garment Sections Wash WHITE WAISTS MONDAY FOR 95o 117E ARE going to clean up an assortment of white waists at a ridiculously low price. We will include all of our small lots of waists that have been selling up to $3. In the collection are all sizes and there is a big variety of new styles. Your choice, Monday . 3 95c $20.00 AND $22.50 TWO-PIECE WASH SUITS $10,00 Two-piece wash suits made of cotton crepon, crepe cloth and rat- ines. Shades are pink, copen, green and white. Also tf*'f A combinations white jackets with plaid skirts. All Hn I Iff sizes up to 40 bust. $20 $22.50 two-piece wash suits TM···" $6.50 AND $7.50 RATINE DRESSES $2.98 Ratine dresses in pink, tan and blue, made in new up- to-date models. Also some striped crepe dresses in this lot. Sizes 34 to 44. $6.50 $7.50 ratine dresses. CHOICE OF ANY SILK DRESS IN OUR STOCK $10.98 We have about 25 silk dresses, every one of them new, up-to- date models, bought this season. Copen and green, changeable taffeta, figured poplin, navy silk crepe and black taffeta and crepe de chine in sizes ranging from 34 to 40. Values up to $37.50. Choice..., CHOICE OF ANY SILK COAT IN OUR STOCK $9.75 For a final clearance of all silk coats, we offer you the choice of about twenty garments in black, copen, navy and wisteria. Sizes 16 to 42. Regular prices $20.00 to $35.00. Choice Monday T HE very most seasonable Summer fabrics will be found in this sale here tomorrow. We are willing to pay you well to reduce our stock. Read what we are offering: 25c NEW CLOTH 18c 37 pieces of Burton Bros, "new cloth" in a full line of shades. This fabric is a combination of crepe and ratine, washes beautifully and is such a useful article for early Fall wear, is 27 inches wide and the best 25c seller of the season. Stock reducing price per yard. : .... BEAUTIFUL DRESS LINENS REDUCED Natural and colored dress linens in a good range of weaves and shades, 36 to 48 inches in width; we have too many of these to invoice and will make extremely low prices on them in our stock reducing sale. Qualities at 50c and 59c, reduced to. 880 Qualities at 69c to 85c, reduced to. .et.iKiaB.ne,-^* -- .680 Qualities at $1.00, reduced to. 1 ,,.i.-.i.i.,» t »j«.i.-.,. .«.»-. . .TUc 25c IMPORTED GINGHAMS 16o All our imported ginghams and kindergarten cloths, a splendid collection of the newest plaids, stripes and checks, the kind the Gushard Co. is noted for; 32 inches in width, regular price 25c. Stock reducing sale price, p«r yard.. ........ r. ; .-»- Domestics Linens Monday Low Prices That Housekeepers Will Appreciate 18c Crash for 14c a Yard Extra heavy all-linen crash, full 18 inches wide, in red, blue and plain white, that sells for 18c. Special -| A for a yard ..................................... 14C $1.50 Damask for $1.19 Extra fine all-linen damask, 72 inches wide, in fine range of Datterns and good value for $1.50. d»-| -J Q Special for a yard ........................... «P J.« J. «/ $1.25 Damask for 95c Extra fine all-Bnen damask, full 72 inches wide, in beautiful range of patterns and good value for f\f _ 11.25. Special for a yard ....................... U D C $1.00 Damask for 80c heavy double damask in unbleached, full 70 inches wide,' in beautiful range of designs and worth O f\ _ $1.00. Special for a yard ....................... OUC $6.50 Pattern Cloth for $4.75 Extra heavy double,damask, full 81x81 inches wide, in small and large patterns, all extra fine designs and d* A good value for §6.50. Special for each «JV*« 25c and 29c Towels for 19c All our 25c and 29c towels in huck and damask, plain hemmed and hemstitched, full 20x36-in. size, that always sell for 25e to 29c each. 1 Q /» Special for each At/C 32c Sheeting for 25c Extra heavy 9-4 sheeting, full 214. yards wide, in bleached and half bleached, made of best cotton and worth OK^, 32c yard. Special for a yard *£OC lOc Muslin for 7%c Extra fine, full bleached muslin, full 36 inches wide, fine and soft finish and our leader for lOc yard. 7-1./» Special for a yard I 2 C On Third Floor Monday New 40c Marquisettes For 25c A GENUINE bargain in one of the most popular drapery materials--a fine marquisette of double thread Egyptian yarn. It is full 38 inches wide and comes i n w h i t e , cream or natural. On display today in one of our Water street windows--a 40c drapery, Monday, a yard 25c $1.50 Linen Couch Covers $1 54 inches wide and 2% yards wide. Made from duplex linen with neat fringe to match^ Specially good for the hot months, for mocks, benches, etc. Special v · Bed Sets 98c Swiss bed sets with bolster to match. Made from good quality Swiss with colored border trimming, beautiful combination colors in pinks, greens, blues and yellows. QQ/» Extra special t/OC 25c and 35c Cretonnes 15c 25 patterns of cretonnes in lengths ranging from 5 to 25 yards, wide range of colors, that sold formerly at 25c and 35c per yard. We have marked these for quick clear- -t f* ance; extra special, yard AtJC $8.75 Crex Grass Rugs $5.95 9x12 grass rugs with side securely bound and ends neatly tied; specially good for porches and dining rooms; 3 colors only, green, brown and blue. Special

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