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Page Fourteen MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN WOELD, SAYS GEAND DUKE J 3 - U C A T U K K K V I E W Sunday Morning, July 19, 1914. --.HE annual golf and tennis tour| namant held In Champaign at the 1. Country c l u b was the leading | event of the pnst week ana many of | Decatur's society people w e n t over to ittend it. Mrs. Charles Powers a n d . Mrs J. A. Corbelt wore guests o" Hon- , Drab'o W. I'. McKln'.cy; Misses K m m a a n d .Hint! E w i n g a n d Miss Artcle D o , Forest v.-tr,- the quests of Mr. and Mrs. \V r Foote. and oth-'rs who went | we're Mrs. H e n r y D. Spencer, Miss i Jear.nette Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Har- , ·y Haines', Misses Ad.-lo and Marsuer- | ite Elackstone. Misses M a r y D o u g l a s , Shcllabargor, and K a t h c r i n e A l l e n . Mr. and Mrs J. M. Alien and Mrs. Ld- , ·nund Allen. Mr. ana Mrs. W. J. Grady | Mrs Will Barnes and Miss (jillett ; rjarnes. Robert W. Shauck. and J. A. | --·IbEon. Proff-ssor RisH-y, Mr. Morrow. | Raymond Denz. -lack Powers and Lawrence Cook, besides all the players. , Mr and Mrs. H. 'I. B a l d w i n motored ; over w i t h Mr. and Mrs. Fra.-.k C u r t i s ; nnd Mrs. rhelps. n. sister r.C Mrs, Cur- j t;s. from Ansonia, Conn.. as t h e i r ; guests. : Thursday night was the big n i g h t ; K i t h the tango c o n t e s t as the feature.-. ; Miss Emma Hiving an i W i l l i a m Fames, Jr., and Miss Gillett Barnes ; and Thatcher Shellabarger r e p r e s e n t - , ed Decatur in the contest. Miss Llln- · or Robinson a-nd Nicholas Ridgely of Springfield carried off the prize. Ol Mann of Danville took second honors with his "lady," his dance proving the feature of the contest. His partner was a dummy. Tho couple followed each other b e a u t i f u l l y , d u e to the fact that the dummy's feet were fast- --Photo by Wesson, MISS RUTH VOTING. of Downs for whom Mrs. G C Patton Mrs. Pogue. Small yellow cups tne nuts, yellow napkins were used planned for some time by the society shall be held at the home of the superintendent Mrs. J. F. Keith, 624 Center avenue August 15. Thirty-five members were in attendance, including two new members, Florence Pitts and Ester Cook. Ths following program was given: Song--The society. "Ten Little Candles" by ten children Reading--"A Champion for Rose Ur bano"--Addle Ranten. Piano Solo--Agnes Barto. Reading--'tTabaro O Kunt San --' Mary Stoffer. Piano duet--Florence Pitts. Helen The lesson was on Mexico and Iltaly. The meeting was led by Helen Beadles. Ma, to be ·: thro t: p. I' Miss C o p y r i g h t by B a i n - N e w s Service. Marie Tailer and Noel Johnston. or who was d e c l a r e d by the G r a n d D u k e Michael of Russia rs!X t: -v-rsAsrs sTMrs£ s m o t h e r was Teer.U N · ' - * m e m b e r of one of the old Sew j pictures was another f e a t u r e j month, Aug. of" the" entertainment and of course, lr. there was dancing i n a new pavilion erected especially for tho tournament. Luncheons and d i n n e r s were held cv- | ery day and an average of f r o m D ,1. with Mrs. John IH- R. AND MRS. WILL WOOD and Mr. to 250 people had supper at tlie club night throughout the week. rJSS Helen Moeller and her guest, . and Mrs. W. 11. Kssick will l e a v e - 0 9 I Wednesday m o r n i n g on an M i t o m n M U - t r i p to last two i-ks or over. Th-jy will go to Bes Mtim-s, la,, where the Essicks w i l l v i s i t for a lew days a n d Dr and Mrs. Wood w i l l go on to K l M JSS Helen Jioeuer ana H C L *"·""· I ,i ora , JU ., to v i s i t Mrs. Wood's e l s t c r , Miss MarJorU Burrows of A1 " l:\lrs. George W. Ward. The f o u r w i l l Won. N. T.. will leave, today for Chi- j m e e t a ,, a i n the f o l l o w i n g W e d n e s d a y ' From there Hiss Bin-rows will , a n a c o i n e .jn home by tho way of Chigo on to Denver. Colo., to v i s i t b e f o r e rsturnlns to her home and Miss Moeller will return homo aomo t i m e this ·week, after visiting Miss Louise Johnson who wa 3 recently the guest of Mra. John Bennett. Several i n f o r m a l parties have been given in honor of Miss Burrows during- her stay In Decatur On Tuesday evening Miss Moel- save a beautiful party in the form of uests, cago and Indianapolis, s p e n d i n g a day in each place. The t r a v e l i n g will be done in Dr. Wood's automobile. » m RS. W. W. BRIDE nnd three chll- JVI dren, D o r o t h y , Adelaide and W i l - liam, tha l a t t e r k n o w n as "Billy," u f Washington. D. C.. arrived In Decatur Friday evening for several -weeks' visit ; with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. n. ' , j F a l r b a n k s _ Mr . B r ;a8 w i l l join t h e m ' of a buffett supper to f o r t y =---"· | Falrbanlcs . Mr. Bri. The yard and veranda, ivere lighted t | , a t e r ln the Ell m m er. Japanese lanterns and the t w o - c o u r s e , _.. supper was sen-eel at t w i l i g h t a f t e r which Vlctrola music was played. Miss Ecbecca Alice Brown also gave a b u f - fet supper Friday e v e n i n g to about It, I. ^ i t l ' l - " 1 -* · · · twenty peopla for Miss Burrows and on Thursday the young people gave a picnic. Miss Gillett Barnes also entertained for MIES Burrows Monday ·with an Informal bridge BRADE - Q [ Lake A r t h u r , La., is In the c i t y visiting her great aunt, Mrs. O. C. Pea- tertainel afternoon I arty. Mrs Edmund Allen of Jollet is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Allen of Oakdale. On Wednesday Mrs. Allen entertained at a yellow luncheon at the Country club in honor o! her guest. Yellow flowers were used and baskets ·with buttercups on the sides were flll- eA -with mints. Four courses were served to the twenty guests. On Tuesday evening Miss Adele Blackstone gave an informal bridge party for Mrs. Edmund Allen. Th« members of the Afternoon club and their husbands and children are holdlns a picnic at the Lyon cottage at th« Fishing club today. A very small number attended the two regular dinners on Tuesday and Thursday at the Country club this last ire»k. It was on account of the tour- nunent held la Champaign. Th« Wednesday Afternoon Bridge club met at the home of Mrs. J. J. 1730 Xorth Water street, this , last -week. Tho next meeting will be hrtfl at the home of Mrs. G. E. Chamberlain on North Edward street. -^LAKA Elizabeth Warnes. daughter ij at JX. and Mrs. F. A. Warnes, entertained a number of her little friends at a 1 o'clock Japanese luncheon on. Tuesday. The dining room was beautifully decorated with Japanese par- atola and flowers and the table was equally aa pretty. Fans with the namea of tha guests were the place- card* and the favors were tiny Jap dolls and parasols. Three courses ·were sarved. At the end of the- luncheon finger bowls were placed In front of each child and into these were dropped tiny Japanese flowers t h a t open out when touching water. The children played games and had a delightful time all the afternoon. * i S J ( . n i t o "*.» c.-"- · cock 1404 N o r t h Water street. She will he here d u r i n g the m o n t h s of J u l y and August. :UHS Adello is the daughter of ; Earl Braclcn, f o r m e r l y ot this city, who moved to tho south to become a rice f a r m e r t h i r t e e n years ago. There will be several little parties given for the c h i l d during her stay In Decatur. Misses Corlnne Alien and C a t h e r i n e Shellabarger have been spending the week with Mrs. R. L. Allen, ot J o l i o t . Mrs. D. S. Shellab'avKer, a c c o m p a n i e d by Mr. and Mrs. E. D. J f i l l m a n and Miss Hillman, or Quincy, w i l l leave Monclay for Capitu'.a, Cal. They w i l l be joined by Mrs. Harry Ramsey and Mrs. S m i t h Jrowdcr, daughters o£ Mrs. Shollabar- Ser, who live in the west. y IECTENANT COMMANDER and I A Mrs. John Slsson Graham, who have been visiting Mis. J a n e Johns, left Tuesday for Jlar-i Island, Cal., where IJeutenant j r a h a m will r e p o r t for naval duty on. Monday. They w i l l make Mare Island their home now for two years at least, as Mr. Graham Is inspection o f f i c e r o£ tlie navy yards there. Miss Maud Martin Is at present staying- with Mrs. Jane Johns at her home. Mr. and Mrs, E d w i n Wayne, of Delavan, HI., are s p e n d i n g Sunday with Mr.'and Mrs. H. I. Baldwin. Robert W. Shaucit and J. A. Gibson who have been in the city since the Fourth, will leave today, Mr. Shauck ;olns to Columbus, O., b e f o r e r e t u r n i n g '" Boston, and Mr. Gibson going to People You Know MOM OUT OF I Doings At The Fishing Club. Decatur Fishing Club Park, July 18. ! Mrs. W. E. Adams entertained twelve males of the club at bridge Saturday afternoon at her cottage in honor of Mrs. C. H. Warren of Chicago, who has been her guest for the past ten days. Last Monday evening Mr. ana Mrs. Philip Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Will Shorb, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Martin of Ithaca. N. T., and their families and Mrs. C. H. Warren of Chicago had a picnic on the west hill at the club park. Miss Bertha Adams Is attending a house party at Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. A r t h u r McNabb Mid Misses Margaret and Anna McNabb will return the first of the week, but the Misses Me.Yabb will remain until the last of August. Misa Dorothy Dawson entertained with a stunt party Saturday afternoon. Each guest did a «tunt, and th« »ff*tr was greatly enjoyed. The young girls of the club, tboia twelve and fourteen years old. ha»« been entertained at slumber parties «t the home of various members durlnr the week. J UNION MEETING AT FAIRVIEW YonnK People PUn o Hear Addl*a« oa Civic DutlM. The union youns people's m»«tln« will b« held at « o'clock this evening In the pavilion In Falrvlcw park. Thl» meeting Is for all y o u n g people of tha city. The m a i n theme of tho addresses will be "Our Civic D u t i e s as Y o u n s People." Addresses are to be made by A t t o r n e y J. S. Baldwin, Superintendent J. O. E n g l e m a n , and Mrs. C. J. McConnell. Visitors Will Fill Many Pulpits Today. Many p u l p i t s of the city will be supplied by other than the regular pastors today, a good T.any of the m i n i s t e r s being away on their v a c a t i o n s . In a n u m b e r of the c h u r c h e s no e v e n i n g services are b e i n g held. Rev. H o r a c e Rcecl - w i l l o c c u p y the p u l p i t at tho First M e t h o d i s t c h u r c h . At the Grace c h u r c h the speaker will be Rev. C. M. D u n c a n of A r c o l a . Rev. W. S. Dan-io of I l l l n i will s p e a k at the First Presbyterian c h u r c h and Rev. A. J. J o k t s c h of Falrn-.ount at the Second P r e s b y t e r i a n c h u r c h . R e v . H. F. T i b b l t s will o c c u p y t h a p u l p i t at t h e W e s t m i n s t e r P r e s b y t e r i a n c h u r c h . Rev. Mr. Hopper of S u l l i v a n will speak at the First C h r i s t i a n - church. LOIS Daughter of Earl Br.-ioen of Lake- A r t h u r , Ln.. v i s i t i n g in the city. have taken a c o t t a g e at Fish Creek. \V!s., for the remainder of the summer. Mrs. Guy Parke and children are at the same resort. Mr. Parko went up F r i day to j o i n , t h e m , and W i l l i a m Barnes, Jr.", w i l l leave t h i s morning" to v i s i t the Parke f a m i l y for a while. Mrs. Henry Mueller and d a u g h t e r . Lenore. and a party of others l e f t last week for Trout Lake, Wls. M a. Grover Patton, 63" Lincoln place, gave a bouse party at her home the first part o f - last week in honor of his sister, Miss Ruth guests were Young of Downs. The Misses Edna Adams of Bloomington, Lolg Mitchell or Aurora, A n n i e Sweeney ot Springfield, and Mabel Whlttlng-- tbn of Bloomington. Monday night ti m e n th« young people had a picnic at Far- lea park. There were twelve in the party and after supper they danced. G. A. J o h n s o n went to Chicago Thursday on business. Mrs. R. E. Persingcr l e f t last week for Twin Falls, Ida., to Join her h u s - b a n d on t h e i r ranch. Mrs. F. TJ. T-Tays has gone to Denver. Colo., to m:il;o a visit w i t h her d a u g h ter, Mr?. George Stema.n. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Switzcr, 515 P r n i - rie a v e n u e , w e n t to C h i c a g o to v i s i t for a few days. Mrs. C. A. Burks returned Friday f r o m I l l i o p o l i s , where she went with a c a m p i n g party. Mrs. .T. J. H i t t e r is visiting her par e n t s , Mr. nnd Mrs. M. M. Wornick, 327 !wcst Prairie avenue. She w i l l be j o i n e d later by Mr. K i l t e r . T h e l a t t e r is engaged in s u m m e r school worlc in the Normal I n s t i t u t e at M u n c l e , Infl. Mrs. Roy B. Zicgler, who Is seriously ill In h e r h o m e 900 West Packard, -·hnv.-s s l i g h t · ' n p r o v e m e n t . l.ee A r t h u r P o t y has K o n e to Chicago t o v i s i t h i s b r o t h e r , I l a r o h l . \V. R. H o p k i n s and f a m i l y h a v e gone c,n Lin- exc:.rsi,-.n t o r h l c a g o to r e m a i n .iv c r S u n d a y , and see the p l a c e s of I n l e n s t . Th.-y w i l l r e t u r n S u n d a y n l p h t . S.nn-JOl F. Coay and Miss Ni-ta- Crow a r o sre-ndin-,' a f e w l : i y s in Chicago, t h e s;::ests of Mr. and -Mrs. A. D. YoJer, 2 f i - l W a s h i n g t o n b o u l e v a r d . M i s s G e n e v i e v e Pir.ith of T i p t o n , Ind., \vill a r r i v e r f t m u a y f o r a v i F i t t o M i s ^ G e r t r u d e A n d e r s o n , 1 5 " N o r t h C h u r c h Mr. and Mrs. Ray M r . r s h . i l l h a v e gone t o VanO.il:a t o v i s i t M r s . M a r s h a l l ' s ' p a r e n t s for n short time. M i s s Mav W i l s o n , t u a c h . - r at the E. A. G r t f t m a n sr-hoo',, has gons to De'.a- v a n I.ak", Wis., to s p e n d a t e w w e e k s of tlu- s'imir.er v a c a t i o n . M i s s . I v n i i l e \ V a l : i r . s of C h i c a g o cam.? a t u r i : i y a f t e r n o o n t o v i s i t M r . a n d Mrs. I. A. Waillns. Sii5 W e s t N o r t h s t r e e t , f o r a b o u t t w o weeks. Ralph Glose, 1235 West Wood s t r e e t , has gone to Waus.v.ikee, Wis., to visit his s i s t e r . Mrs. C. M. F u l t z . Miss Y e l m n H h ' i w a r r i v e d f r o m S p r i n g f i e l d K-iiurJ:iy for a v i s i t w i t h her u n c l e s.nd a u n t , Mr. and Mrs. W. \V. Mason. 323 West M a i n street, be- f o r e r e t u r n i n g to her home in Oklahoma. W. J. H a f f ' j y has gone to Chicago, w h e r e ho -"'ill spend a few days v i s i t - ing his s i f t e r , Mrs. Charles G i b l l n . Misses U i r d i c : and Fanehon Gentzlar l e f t f o r C h l r a i r . . - S a t u r d a y n i g h t , where t h e y w i l l v i s i t for p o v o r a l days. On t h e i r r e t u r n t h e y will b e a c c o m p a n i e d by t h e i r a u n t . Mrs. W. R. Oliver, who w i l l v i s i t f o r t i l e s u m m e r . HOT CHOCOLATE IN DEMAND "Some hot c h o c o l a t e , please, and a tobasco s n - : ? e s a n d w i c h . " t h i s f r o m a s h r i n k i n g b e a u t y c l a r l I n a h i n t waist and a mere v e n e e r s k i r t who shrank i n t o a n I'.e c r e a m p a r l o r c h a i r and s h i v e r e d a t h e r w h i t e t r o u s e r e d comp a n i o n w h o va? ns chilly ns herself. A l t h o u g h t h e r e c o u l d be n o d o u b t In t h e r e l i e f a n d c o m f o r t r e s u l t i n g i n t h e d r o p o f n e a r l y f i f t y cU'Snes i n t e m p e r a t u r e f r o m t h « r i o t of heat w h i c h d r o v e D e c a t u r p e o p l e o n t o t h e streets last S a t u r d a y n i g h t , t h e s u m m e r girls a n d boys f o u n d t h e m s e l v e s o u t o f ·ilace. I'D t o w n s t r e e t s c l e a r e d as I h o u p h b y m a n i c e a r l y S a t u r d a y even- In sr, the a l l u r e of c o m f o r t a b l e couches and the promise of h e a l t h y sleep und i s t u r b e d b y t h e f r a n t i c a t t e m p t s o f m e r c u r y t r y i n g - to c l i m b out of Its t u b e , p r o v i n g t o o s t r o n g f o r t h o social a n i m a l w h o loves e o m p a n y w h e n h e s p e n d s his pay roll. D e c a t u r fiier- I c h a n t s r e p o r t e d a good S a t u r d a y business, and -say that the n o r m a l w e a t h e r seemed to m a k e n o r m a l sales and that p e o p l e s h o p p e d s t e a d i l y a n d calmly. GETS PATENT ON NEW STAGE SCREW Paul Wide Hnn Improvement on Scene Holder.-. Paul Witte, m n n a g e r of the "Big Bijou," has Just received patent papers for a new stage screw. The old style stage screw has bean used for f o r t y years w i t h o u t I m p r o v e m e n t . The stage screw is a dr-vice that is used in f a s t e n - ing and h o l d i n g scenery t o g e t h e r when it Is set for use in a show. Mr. W i t t e may put his I n v e n t i o n on the m a r k e t or seli for a royalty. Dayton, O., before r e t u r n i n g to New York city. Mrs. J. A. Close returned f r o m a visit in the east Thursday evening. She w i l l 'oe in the city with her sister, Mrs. George M. Wood, al-out a month, before r e t u r n i n g to her home in California. Mrs. T. J. Dean, f o r m e r l y Miss Bessie A r m s t r o n g , of Hays Kan. Who has been v i s i t i n g her parents for the past six weeks l e f t Thursday for Kansas City where she met her h u s b a n d and they went on to Hays together. W ILL: in ILLIAM S. ENNIS, who has been tho city for the last few days, returned to his summer home in Harbor Springs, Mich. Edward Evans went back w i t h Mr. Ennis to visit the Ennis children for two weeks. Mrs. Patton entertained Tuesday night Mrs. Albert Barnes and Miss Eleanor Barnes l e f t last week for Lakeside, Mrs. Barnes will return some _ ..xt week, but Miss Barnes will remain until the first o£ September. Mrs. Alberta Barnes Beall stayed . over Sunday last week In Bement as JMIIV. i^ttLLUn e I l L C I i . H . l - l l e U J. u e u i l v I H H 1 1 1 - / - ' --" with a porch party for her guests, and ] the guest of Miss JVmelle Burr. on Wednesday they returned to their ' - - homes. T HE Um-Zoo-Ee club mot at the home of Mrs. J. R. Pogue, 1090 West Wood street, Friday afternoon. All of the members were present with the exception of Mrs. M. E. Johnson, ·who waa unable to attend. She sent th« club a large bouquet of gladlolas which were appreciated very much. T«llow and white was the color scheme Teed throughout the refreshments by Mrs. E. D. Hillman, of Quincy, has been visiting her mother, Mrs. D. S. Shellabarger, tho past week. Her daughter, Miss Margaret Hillman, and Mrs. Carter came to Decatur on Friday to spend a few flays as guests of Mrs Shellabarger. Fred Shellabarger, of Salina, Kan., was In the city for three or f o u r days last week. . »B. AND MBS. C. C. LE FORGEE iVl Mrs. Isabelle P. Vennlgerholz Miss Valette and Granvllle LeForgee T AWREXCE Lucus of Pascdena. Cal., a.nd T. B. Stewart of Belle- iow, la-, both s t u d e n t s of Columbia niverr.ity, have r e t u r n e d to their -rep e c t i v e homes a.Cter a two weeks' vls- t at the home of J. F. M o n t g o m e r y , 2 Lincoln avenue. The y o u n g men lave been introduced -widely during h f i r stay here. Monday evening. Miss R u t h Billiard, who has j u s t returnc-d homo f r o m the New England C o n s e r v a t o r y of Music, assisted by Mr. "Ulcns, gave a recital at the Montbomery home, w h i c h was ollowed by a progressive card party. Miss Catherine McGorray e n t t r t a i n - cd Wednesday e v e n i n g w i t h an i n f e r - nal dancing party. Miss Alice Dyer of Chattanooga came Friday and w i l l v i s i t her aunt, Mr. W. L. A u g u t l n e , 331 East Center street, £or several weeks. Miss Dyer le an accomplished musician. Mrs. Walter Aflanis of Oak Crest will leave Monday for Chicago to spend a week with Mr. Adam's sister, Mrs. M. M. Strader. Dr. Adarns will spend most of the week In the country. ENTERTAINED MT. PULASK1 MOTHERS Mra. T. J. Close Han Ont of Town Guestx nt Tier Home. Mrs. T. J. Glose, 1235 West Wood street, entertained the M o t h e r s ' c l u b of Mt. Pulaskl, of w h i c h n h e is a n-.err.- ber. Friday afternoon. Twelve m e m - bers wers present. LIFE'S LIGHTER HOURS.« Ju.»t I E Club nt WiioillilnP. The n m m b r r s of the J u s t "L's club w i - n t to W f o - " ' i n e r : i ' ' f c W e d n e s d a y a n d s p e n t tho dm- w i t h Mrs. W. A. Brown, wl,r. h;is n. c r ! ' n 5 e th.-re. T h ^ r e were n i n e w o m e n w ' , o mr,,le t h e t r i p . They d r o v o out lr. t| : 0 m o r n i n g and r e t u r n e d late in t h e . - - . - n i n e . A picnic d i n n e r Eind s u p p e r w. r- served. Cln.ss :it FnrlrM Park. Jlisf L c o n : i Cooper, 4:0 " N o r t h Oakl a n d n v o n u e . i.as i a k e n h e r -Sunday- school class of e i g h t e e n g i r l s - t o Paries n a r k f o r n. v.-ck's o u t i n g . They are u s i n g the Y. W. C. A. cottage. Tho .IK,-S r,r t i i . ' : i r ' a r a n ~ e f r o m £o-.\rte«u to s i x t e ' r i . :l!*s H.-i-M W o o d and Stiss Flna P e r k l i n - - c a e c o m p a n l r d t h e party. Metry-nn-'nouiJil CInb. Mrs. Z a c k Mclhorn. 3'"'" South Webster t i n · · · ' . n H ho?h'.=s T u e s d a y afternoon to I ! : " ; , ; r . r r y - O n - U o u n l club. Six m e m b e r s v.-. - p r e s e n t n n . l the afternoon w:iy r ; - - n t w i t h t h i m b l e work. T h e c l u b w i l l meet i n t w o weeks with Mrs. w. n. roller, SO' Fonth Webster street. MEETING OF KING'S HERALDS In the r-L- .lar m o e t l ie of the Kings n.list c h u r c h it n l l l c 1lo:t r a r t y WEDDING PICTURES There are many events that suggest pictures but none more important than the wedding. Only a picture can adequately describe the dainty finery of the bride, bridesmaids or flower . girls, and like the memory of the occasion, _the pictures grow more precious year by year. Make the appointment today with The photographer in your town. Wasson Studios 351 N. Water, Suffern Bldg. Elevator Service. Ixtrait 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-V Pharmacy Horrali Pharmacy University Drug Store West's Drug Store Irwin's Drug Stores Kincaid's Drug Store Hildebrandt's Drug Store Hilligoss Bros. We've Reduced Prices On the Finest Collection of DRESSES AND SUITS To Be Found in All Decatur H ERE'S a magnificent array of -women's Summer dresses which we believe is unrivaled in Decatur--a stock that embraces dozens of the most winsome Summertime styles--dresses of every cool, dainty material approved by fashion. In suits there is almost an equal variety, all of which are priced decidedly lower than garments of equal value can be bought for elsewhere. ' Exquisite Summer Dresses More Than A Third Underprice 2.95 to $5.95 T HE season's style features were never more skil- fully imparted than in these charming Summer dresses. They possess all the distinction usually associated with Bradley garments. Dozens of pretty models--for morning, for afternoon, for porch wear. Materials are all of the best tub-resisting qualities and include: Linens, Voiles, Crepes, Ratines and Ginghams They're variously trimmed with dainty laces, embroideries and ribbons. In all colors and sizes. $18.50 Tailored Suits for R EMEMBER! These are all regular Bradley suits, not the usual special sale stuff offered in many stores. Suits of character and refinement- plain tailored or fancy models -- in navy, tan and black serges, also a few pretty novelties They're just what you want for traveling or for early Fall wear. Your choice of $18.50 values for only $5.00. and $27.50 Suits $8.95 E IGHT dollars and ninety-five cents would hardly pay for the materials in one of these suits, not to mention the fine hand-tailoring and beautiful styling. They're in fine gaberdine cloths, wool crepe, serges and poplins; light and dark shades. The finest $25 and $27.50 tailored suits hi America, choice. WATBR^TREBT iWSPAPERI

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