The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 19, 1914 · Page 5
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Sunday Momfng, July 19, 1914. T H E D E C A T T J R R E V I E W CHARGES AGAINST BREWING COMPANY States Attorney Alleges Liquor Was Twice Sold--A. Spaeth Says it Was Shipped to Oakley and Was Not Violation. Two informations charging the T»- catur Brewlngr company with celling liquor In anti-saloon t e r r i t o r y were filed by SMtc'fl A t t o r n e y Deck In t h e c o u n t y court Silurdtn a f t e r n o o n One cbfirtred t h n t the l i q u o r TV ·* sold on J u l y 1C nnrt t^B other charges that the l i q u o r wap acid on J u l v 17. "A man who 1H en Jn O n k l e v pur- «M»H-i! the b^er,' mild Mr Deck Satu r d a y *\ * nln?. He ordeied It In Dec n t u r , paid the money here and It wan F h l p p ^ d to hl§ address at Onkley. which id a n t ! saloon territory, and the sale i»nd u h l r T t e n t c o n s t i t u t e a v i o l a t i o n of t h « fiw lie ortle'-ed a case Thursday iind It w i" d f l U t r M to h i m F r i d a y He ^..(i^r^il n n n t h f r ra^e Frl(1a anil pild foi !t, M't It hnd not yet been d f l l v e r ^ d ·tth^n h e W-RB I n Pecatur F a t u r d n y " N ' i T A VIOLATION. ·TVe w i l l plctd g t i l l f v , " said A. Spaeth of t*'f I « " n t u r B r e w i n g c o m p a n y Bat- n r M i y n l e - h t "to selling be^r and phjp- j'nsr It tn Oakley, but v, e will not j ]· ad K l ' t to violating the local o p t i o n Inw We will defy anv one to po'nt to H ntntfle Instance where we have ftolil a n d delivered beer In Decat u r t « w n * M p . We ship beer tn Oikle\ « \ . r\ d i v I to k an onlor for bet r t - h» H f i t to Onkloy not, m o r e Mian t n TT 1* i t o n nstn Of course ^ e P I IP v eer m Oakli y and to a b o u t ^ o r j ot 1 er 1 IT f in t h i s part of the «-t-ite ' W e hrtve a r l K h t to do so As Ion* ni we don t aell It in IVrafir t r a n s h i p ·w« hav» a rl^ht to s h i p 1* a r i v w h e r e In the world OaklKy m n y he a n t i - s a l o o n t e r r i t o r y , hut -»hn* of It I V r a t u r Is »lno a M l - B i l o n n t ^ r r i t o - * . h j t that doesn't p r e ^ n t n n y n n e " h i p , !n It Into Dfcat ir V* *» + \\e a r'ir 1 t to send It «nv"whi»r^ o i : t n M e of r ^ r n t u r ton n* h f p W" - T t i l n l v w ' l l flfi-l t t o t h e last d1t h for a l l our r i g h t s u n d e r the local 01 il'in law W 1 J Y f Kr \TT'R rONOEKVT **J-*t w h v t h e y 8 v i- .Id Blncrlc out th* Pf"-' t .r r.i*"Alni? ^ n m p T " v poiie- thing 1 I cannot understand, unless it IB because we are a local concern. Why doesn'a the state's attorney get after t h e n t r t n t s of outside breweries, who .ire rerei\ Ing carloads of beer every day and delivering It to customers } t r In the city. It Is a. notorious fact t h a t y o u can order a case or a keg 1 ot beer f r o m t h e m and have It delivered ·wit-h'n t h i r t y minutes. Sometimes you can get St within ten m l n u t p s Six years ago we were indicted for Belling White Banner in anti- saloon territory, and all the time these agents of outside breweries were Bell- Ins the real "beer openly and making no b ties about It We are not vlolat- ( ns? the law, but others are. We are rros Dented and the others are not. It looks llkje persecution to me." WILL ANNOUNCE FOR SUPERINTENDENT M. B. Ixickhnrt to Be Democratic Oan- M E Lookhart of Niantic -will th!b wf ek announce himself a.s a. Democrat^ candidate for c o u n t y superin- t e n d e n t oC schools Mi Lockhart la one of the best know n tfichere of Maron co'intv He ias been a teacher for t J I r t v years and for a n u m b e r o years he haa been p r i n c i p a l of the Nla n t l c school. Twelve years aRo he T a candidate for county superintendent, r u n n i n g affalnst Alba A, Jone-8. QUEEN ESTHER SOCIETY PICNIC The Que^n "Esther sc^letj* of First M e t ' ortist church w i l l hold a picnic at Fa'rview park TMesflay a f t e r noon. P r p p e r -will be st-ved at 8.IB p m Ft I'.owlnsr the supper the girls will go to the home of Mrs. J. G Flint 12S7 West 'Woc-d street, to hold the r e K u ' a r mcetlnK BELL FHONE 2241. AUTO PHONE 1J94. CORNER MAIN AND NORTH 8TS. DELIVERY SCHEDULE Motor Trncks leave for east of Water St.. 7:80 a. m. and 1:SO p. m. Went of Water St., 9:30 a. m. and 3:30 p. m. We open at 7 a. m. Close at 8 p. m. except Saturday itlghti. Seasonable Foods We not only sell what goods we advertise at wholesale, hut c\ ery item we handlt is sold on the same basis. Every on? i-. or should he interested in buying their groceries at a s a v i n g over the regular price. Don't put it off. Now is the t i m e t o investigate. OLIVE OIL. What is salad without olive oil? Good, pure olive oil. What we mean when we say good, pure olive oil is the first pressing of the olives and not adulterated or clarified by chemical process. Pompeian, one-half gallons, each ................... $1.65 I'ompeian. quarts .................................. 85c Pompeian. pints ................................... 43c Re-Tmlierto, one-half gallons ...................... $1.65 Re-rm!.erto quarts ................................ 85c Re-I'mliertn, medium bottles .......... . ............. 43c Re-I'mberto. small bottles .......................... 25c Antonini, om-half gallons ......................... S1.95 Pickles, 2 gallon*, sour ............................ SI .35 Pickle«, 2 g a l l i p n . -swept ............................ SI. 75 Lake H e r r i n g . 8-pound pails ......................... 68c Salmon. !-]! f;mcy sookeye, dozen .................. S2.35 Salmon, one-half pound fancy sockeye, dozen ......... Sl.fiS Salmon, |XL Ih. ]:inck Diamond. Chinook, dozen ....... §1.75 Salmon. 1 pound I t i d Alaska, dozen ................. $1.75 Salmon, 1 pound ('ink Alaska, dozen ................. $1.10 Cove Oysters, 1 pound tins, dozen .................. $1.15 Cove Oysters, 2-pound tins, dozen ................... $2.10 Macaroni and spaghetti are a good substitute for potatoes, especially at the price potatoes are selling at now, Faust macaroni, per do/.en ........................ Sl.OO Faust spaghetti, per dozen ......................... Sl.OO Red Cross macaroni, PIT dozen ....................... 90c Red Cross spaghetti, do/.en .......................... 90c Gelatine, Plymouth Tlork, white or pink, per dozen. ..$1.10 r l( lntine, Knox, sparkling or acidulated, per dozen ---- $1.40 I ' f n n u t Butter, 1-lb. n u t l e t , dozen ................... $2.50 'eanut Butter, one-half pound nutlet, dozen ......... $1.15 Peanut Rutter, one-quarter pound nutlet, 'dozen ....... 95c Peanut Butter, 2-lb. tins, Bo-Lo, each ................. 35c F.ngli^h walnut halves, per pound .................... 56c Pecan halves, per pound ........................... 59c Almond meats, per pound ........................... 59c Shrimp, 1-lb. wet pack, dozen ...................... $1.95 Cod fish, Beardsley's, tins, dozen .................... 95c Herring, Star, tumblers, dozen ..... . ................. 95c Catsup, American Club, pint bottles, dozen .......... $2.35 Catatrp, Mentone. ] 2-oz. bot ties, dozen ____ . ........... 95c Instant Post urn, 8-oz. size, dozen .................... $5.00 Tnslant Postum, 4-oz. size ......................... $2.75 Junket Tablets, lOc size package, per dozen ........... 95c DUST-DOWN The Japanese sweeping compound, has many "imitators." Buy the original, the wholesale price is for, family tize tins, per doen ................................ $2.00 (Smaller quantities in proportion.) Parasols 1-2 Price C OMMNEOINQ- Monday morning, we will make a general clearance of our Summer stock of women's and children's parasols. We have a large and varied stock from which to make your selection, including the all white, black and white, checked and striped and fancy colors. Every parasol is new and desirable. The regular selling prices ranging 1 from 50c to $10 are in plain figures. Take "* your choice a t . . .,,,._...=, ^ $1 Hat Sale Continues T HERE still remains quite a large assortment of beautiful trimmed hats that are being closed out at $1 apiece. We will continue the sale Monday morning and if you have not seen this wonderful bargain display, you should be here early in .the day. Every colored trimmed hat is included -- . values ranging from $5 to $15. Gome take your choice nowfor ...................... . ...... ALL TRIMMED WHITE HATS ONE-HALF PEICE jK ^ H| \ *f* * Summer Garments!, Monday Prices Will Be Dropped to Their Lowest Level II you would secure the season's very choicest values in exclusive summer fashions you should be * here tomorrow morning when we begin our special selling. Beautiful wash dresses, silk coats and silk suits wiil be offered at less than factory prices to force our stocks down before inventory. We mention four big features: VERY garment offered in this sale is absolutely new and fashionable, having been purchased for th« present season's wear. We give the- same guarantee as though you were pay- ing the regular retail price. $10.00 Pongee and Linen Coats $3.98 Full length coats of silk pongee in tan, also a half dozen fine linen coats in natural linen. blue and brown. Sizes up to 40 bnst measure. $10.00 pongee NOTICE linen coats I a positive rule our store to Silk Suits and Silk Coats $9.75 We have a half dozen silk suits in black taffeta and moire in sizes 16 and 36, also silk coats in black and colors, in sizes up to 40. Choice of any silk suit or silk coat 1110111 stock ........... $25.00 Silk Dresses $6.75 / This lot consists of taffeta dresses in black, navy and changeable, charnieuse dresses in navy and black, canton crepe dresses in solid colors and brocades. Sizes from 16 to 42. $25.00 silk dresses for , CO .LI U.LU J.U $ # m* 6.75 never carry any garment, in women's outer apparel, over from one season to another -- even though our loss is heavy. This enables us, at all times, to show the very latest fashions and to show you garments that are not tn tbe least shop worn. Special Purchase of Linen Dresses $5.96 "We were able to secure a quantity of linen dresses at i/ 2 their regular price and put these dresses on sale Monday. The colors are white, pink, rose, tango, green and bl ue. Sizes from 16 misses' to 42 bust measure. Begular prices $8.50 to $15.00. All are new models. Choice ,.,... ,, t ,...., Leather Goods Clearance Prices Sharply Cut Beginning Monday $6 COWHIDE SUIT CASE $5 Genuine cowhide suit case in tan, riveted corners, leather lined, hand sewed; $6.00 value reduced to .............. $5.00 $5 MATINEE CASES $3.75 Matinee or party case, with all inside fittings including mirror coin holder, comb, salve jar, etc.; a good $5.00 value for COWHIDE SUIT CASES $5 Genuine cowhide suit case, 24-inch, riveted corners, brass lock and catches, shirt fold; extra value for $5 SUIT CASES $3.98 Walrus grain suit case, in black ; brass lock and catches, shirt fold, linen lined; $5.00 value for $3.98 $1.50 SUIT CASES $1.19 Matting suit cases, brass lock and catches, imitation leather binding, 24x26-inch; $1.50 value, reduced to Buy SlaSionery Mere Monday 25c STATIONERY FOR 19 C Lotus linen stationery, put up 1-pound in a fancy box; 25c value 120 ENVELOPES lOc Envelopes put up 120 in a fancy box, Lotus brand; extra value, a box 25c INITIAL STATIONERY 15c Initial stationery consists of correspondence cards and envelopes; 25c value for 19c lOc 15c ·11 1 ¥ T · · ilk Waists Big Sacrifice Sale Monday WAISTS UP TO $5 FOE $2.98 Silk Waists for Summer. Dainty crepe, lace and wash silk waists in all white, white trimmed with colors and a good assortment of the new colors. New models in very fancy and semi-tailored styles. Pretty new collars, fancy sleeves and vest effects. Waists that have sold as high as $5^00. Specially priced for J»O QQ Monday, only «P^i.t7O WAISTS UP TO $7 FOB $4.95 Handsome Silk Waists in wash silk, chiffon, silk lace and messa- line. Most attractive and becoming models in splendid variety of colors, white and black. New high rolling collars and pretty sleeves. Sizes 34 to 44. Values up to $7.00. j»J_ QC Specially priced for Monday, only . : ]3^t:»t/tl EWSPAPERl

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