The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 12, 1914 · Page 10
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Pfcge Ten THE D U M J A T U J i JK U V 1 Jfi Vf Sunday Morning, July 12, 1914. IK liEREST Pictures of Children Thrown on Screen. Bast end people took a great deal of Interest in the pretty baby contest which was (riven at the Paris motion picture theater and which closed last Monday night. Another contest of a like nature Is now In progress. About thirty babies were entered in the contest ani their pictures were thrown on the screen each night in the week. Bvery person who entered the theater had a rlsht to vote for their fa'vwlte and the results were Interesting:. MANY PRETTY BABIES IN EAST DECATUR --Photos by Phelps. AnytMnc to Obllce. Llppineott's:--''Not long ago," relates ex-Speaker Cannon, "a. youn* couple cams from the suburbs to New Tork City to see the Hippodrome. They arrived very early and decided to hare a lunch. They visited a. tea room, ana had rh« place all to themselves. "In servlne them the waitress omitted to supply a. teaspoon, and the lair youns bride whispered the fact to her husband, "May we have a spoon?" '"Whr certainly, 1 replied the girl, 1 am Just tidying: up, and you can have the whole room to yourselves in a minute or two/'" FORD BABY. Winner of ninth prize, who Hve« at 529 North Stone etreat COMICAL BABIES HUGHES CHILDREN. These children took third priee, a fifty-pound Back of flour. BABY. TM» child won a ton of coal bjr gtt- tln* th» firat prl*« «n «· "movie*" r.onteet. He is the »on e* William Xewell, 182* Bast Eldorado. Mr. Newell (· a W»ba»h conductor and his «on ! ( weartnj nil hat and ha* bis lantern In the lett beelde him. ROBINSON BABY. This baby lives at 2455 East Eldora- oo street and won the fifth prize. STROOHBB BABY. William Strocher, 207T Bast Majn street. 1» a happy man. HU baby won fourth prize and a box of cigars. Of :ot»rse the baby cannot smoke the cigar*. Fair Word* or NothtaB. "George," «aid the wife to her generally unappreclatve husband, "how do you like my new hat?" "Well, my dear," said George with great candor, "to tell you the truth--" "Stop rlghe there, George! If you're going to talk that way about It I don't want to know." « Wo Chaace tor Him. Manchester Guardian.--Sam's friends were reasoning with him patiently at the street corner. "Now, Sam, It's time you went 'ome. That's the best place tor you." "It's this way," argued the erring brother. "If I go 'ome now, she'll say I'm drunk--If I don't go 'ome she'll »ay I' mdrunk. It's this 'ere suffraget move* merit that's set 'em arguing. I've got m good mind to go 'ome and break th« winders." Ml Pride. Puck: Mrs. -Newgold--"Genevleve, Al- bertlnej you are not playing that duet together. One of you is a bar ahead of the other." Genevleve (proudly)--" "Well, I was the one ahead, anyway." The Lac*. ! St. Louis Times:--He- "I saw a fcl* low looking over the diamond ring cas«v at our store this morning." She--"Oh,, how I wish I wfere the woman in tha case! Of Rozzell family. PRKSSLEIt BABY. This pudgy youngster won sixth tlaoe end a fourteen-pound han,. MITCHELL BABY. This baby won noood prlu, a *·)·· of cajirtied fruit. The bmbr HTM at WM Bant BMorado. DROPS BOY. nne* of tenth pr!». AMTXANHE1R BABIES They s,leo won a box at elgam. White Loaf Flour Has No Competition If B many years of high quality and satisfaction have won it's favor among bread and pastry bakers which cannot be shaken by a few outside floors which come and go. Do not It* Imposed upon. Always Tell Your Grocer White Loaf Hour Are you saving the yellow coupons? If not, start saving now and get one of the best and easiest running Vacuum Sweepers on the market today at less than factory cost, each coupon tells yon how. Sold nn- der a guarantee. Manufacturers and Jobbers of all kinds of MlHFeed. Shellabarger Mill and Elevator Co. Branch American Hominy Co., Decatur, Illinois. Old Phone 12. Auto Phone 1110. The Decatur Builders' Supply Company 831 EAST WABASH AYE. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Building Material, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile, Fire Clay, Flue Lining, Sand, Concrete Blocks, Etc. HIGHEST QUALITY--PROMPT SERVICE. 'DAM HECK RUDOLPH H. POTBAFKA BELL 21«--PHONES--AUTO 1MZ. NOT OUR AFFAIRS It's not OUT affair how much money a man makes, nor how much he saves, but we are very glad to lend a helping hand to anyone who tries. WE Win pay you to save your money. 3% interest compounded every 6 mouths is what we offer in our Savings Department INTERESTED? National Bank of Decatur Extrait de Treko The fascinating perfume with a subtle odor that always pleases. Also Treko Toilet Water. For sale by the following druggists. Call on them for free Treko samples. Armstrong's Pharmacy Bell Drug Co. Decatur Drug Co. Downey's Pharmacy Harding's Pharmacy HorraU Pharmacy University Drug Store West's Drug Store Irwin's Drug Stores Kincaid's Drug Store Hildebrandt's Drug Store Hilligoss Bros. SCOVILL CO. SCOVILL CO. Our July Clearance Sale Is Now On We Are Giving a 25% Discount On All Porch and Lawn Furniture A grand opportunity to beautify your porch at small cost. No matter what your wants may be in Summer furniture, we can supply them. How much more comfort and enjoyment to your family when they go out on the porch or lawn and are able to rest in one of these nice rockers or chairs that we are offering at a 25% discount. It helps to make home life attractive. A small sum will buy enough outdoor furniture during this sale to furnish your porch and lawn. Come in and look our line over. Every hammock in the house, take the 25% off to make room for our Fall goods. Some unusual bar- ains are here for the quick buyers. Refrigerators At Big Reductions Here is a refrigerator that is second only to one and that one is the cork lined North Star. We are offering daring our July Clearance Sale these refrigerators at a great deal less than you would pay for an inferior refrigerator. Sizes and prices below: 30-lb. box, regular price $8.50, g. $5.60 45-lb. box, regular price $12.00, sale price 75- Ib. box, regular price $22.50, price L»J. 1VV- tp-Ltd* V V J $9.00 90-lb. box, regular price $25.00, $18.00 price 100-lb. box, regular price ?27.50, sale price 125-lb. box, regular price_$3S.OO, sale price One only 150-lb. box, white enamel inside, that regularly sold for $35.00. July Clearance Sale price $17.50. Remember, one only. $20.00 ir price $33.00, $25.00 Basement Specials That Are Bargains 60c four-sewed house brooms, best grade broom com; 23C special Monday ...,, "** 50c J and V ijoart «oltee pots, blue and white granite; 25c $5.00 «-pie«e gold leaf decorated dinner sett S2.98 Monday .« 11.00 men's IB-size open face German silver polished case. stem mind and stem set; special Monday ------ ...... BOc splint clothes baskets, strappsd Inside and out; special Monday double tlM No. 8 solid eopper nlekel tea kettles; special Monday ...... - · · ilated S5c 8-qt galvanized sprink- 95C lers; special Monday --ww 3Bc large sponges for window washing, house cleaning, carriage and automobile washing; IOC special Monday I V M S5c blue and white preserve kettUs, stew pans; special Monday .............. $1.00 3 pt, cut star water 59fi pitchers; special Monday «*«"» ISc lead blown cut star water "7g glasses; special Monday * ** Horse shoe brand water glasses; Monday 50e S-qt. pure aluminum stew pans; special Monday 2c $3.00 8 and 8-qt. pure aluminum preserve kettles, stew pans; Oflfi special Monday "* 75e eombinets :r slop Jars. white Bristol irare. special, Monday 39c Bice willow ware, famous old-fashioned Oriental decorations, cups and saucers; special 10C Monday ........... IM " 814-inch dinner plates, bine willow ware; special Ifll* Monday I W * $2.00 boys' large red steel wagons, to be sold Cf 39 Monday at * * "** (3.00 Marvel clothes wring- C4 QO ers; special Monday........' ··" PPure aluminum pie 1 plates; Monday lOc SCOVILL CO. ,'SPAPERf

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