Herald and Review from Decatur, Illinois on November 25, 1938 · Page 19
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Herald and Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 19

Decatur, Illinois
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Friday, November 25, 1938
Page 19
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DECATUR HERALD SOCIETY HOUSEHOLD 0 four Sections 36 Pages. Decatur, Illinois, FRIDAY MORNING, November 25, 1938 Pages 19 to 28. When you have only a few nuts .p ;ace in a mixture u is oeuer jP leave - tinDtiinr. HEADACHE vn nerd to to throuch the day with . '"hansover" headache that racks ... nerve and interferes with busi-IL Just take liquid Capudine and JVe hw 1"ickl': head e'ears. Pep tViutos a"d nerves are calmed and tt-adicd. Pleasant to take and doesn't 'Let stomach. Trv it for morning ,,:,pr bv dose at dru; fountains and In 30c and 60c bottles. DELAY TAX HEARINGS Fayette Objections to Be Heard Dec. 9 By Staff Correspondent VANDALIA Hearings on the 1937 tax objections scheduled for Monday and Tuesday here in .the county court were cancelled and tentatively reset for Friday, Dec. 9. The hearings have been" continued several, times upon motion of Ihe attorneys representing the various objectors. . The 1937 objections total approximately $10,500, the majority of which covers protests by the railroads. Twenty-five taxpayers in the Bear Grove township are objecting to the 30 cent pauper levy which they claim was illegally made. These, however, represent only a small portion of the total objections. S. A. I. HOUSEMOTHER DIES BLOOMINGTON (AP) Mrs. Suzanne Heylin, 60, housemother for the Sigma Alpha Iota sorority at Illinois Wesleyan university, . died here of a heart attack. Italian Navy Reveals Liner-Warship Crash ROME A collision between the Italian cruiser Pola and the destroyer' Lampo in which six men were killed and several injured was announced officially Thursday. The navy said that the crash, which occurred in the Gulf of Tar-anto, between the '"heel" and "toe" of Southern Italy, was due to the failure of the Lampo's rudder. It was understood the acci dent occurred during a heavy j storm. . I county Republican and a township supervisor for 16 years, died Thurs- OLDEST URBANA MASON DIES CHAMPAIGN (AP) Jacob C White. 79. prominent Champaign HEAT REGULATOR FOR ANY tl 1 QC FURNACE 9 A X i99 Completely Installed CUTS FUEL COSTS 13! WAYNE STEWART FI'RNACE and AIR-CONDITIOXIXG CO. Phone 3-;o; 24X West Main THE BEST VALUE CLOTHES IN DECATUR! boo ) Regular 89c Men's ) BIG YANK ) Work Shirts j 44c Regular $2.49 Work Shoes i lam ioe r armj $1.69 QUALITY SUITS! TOPCOATS I HAND-TAILORED i THE BEST VALUE HATS IN TOWN! $3.85 Crofut-Knapp Hats, $5 SUITS That Fit and Hold Their Shape! Special $27.50 v ZIPPER-LINED TOPCOATS Heavy with Lining in; Lightweight without: SOCIETY BRAND SUITS Values to $45 $39.50 SPORTSWEAR Birdy Coats ...... 53.95 Slipover Sweaters - - - S3.45 Leather Bush Coats - $12.50 Suede Jackets ----- $7.95 ODD SUIT TROUSERS $4.95 Values to $7.50 Sale Price - - ASK ABOUT OUR CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY PLAN IfttROBISCH-MUIRHEID Ejr 2nd Floor III Citizens Bldg. Decatur Stores Open The Christmas Season Friday and Saturday! Nov. 25th and 26th "Spic and Span" New Holiday and Seasonable merchandise in a great value giving demonstration Proof again that Decatuu is the "SHOPPING CENTER OF CENTRAL ILLINOIS" Everybody come Meet Santa in The Christmas Village." Read Every Ad In This Paper. MISSES! WOMEN! Your Chance to Save on BETTER SHOES MtniixiQfilTll ram Ml SIE1ES FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY! Arch Preservers! Peacocks! Styl-Eez. Sorority House! All These Shoes Go Back to Regular Prices Monday! Arch Preservers! Peacocks! Styl-Eez! Sorority House! As you know, these shoes sell regularly from $5.95 to $10.75. Colors are: Rust, Wine, Plum, Brown and Black. Your opportunity to buy better shoes at a big saving. Don't miss it! $5) YES! $8.75 TO $10 Peacocks! Discontinued Lines! Broken tots! Dress styles! Street styles! Genuine Peacocks at tremendous savings! Come early for these ! Save on Silk HOSE Aberle Trezur Silk Stocking Our regular 3-thread Sheer Chiffons; 4-thread Service Chiffons at a special two-day price pair All Our $2.95 Bags Suedes! Calf! Blacks! Browns! Wines! All "Shoe Box" Shoes! One Price Unrestricted choice! All sizes! Blacks! Browns! Street and dress styles! In the "Shoe Box" Downstairs-at $1179 v day after a month's illness. White I oldest member of the Urban Ma-was a retired contractor and thesonic lodge. Again A Year Ahead ZENITH RADIOS MANTLE SETS, M Qr np from idL-UO $29.95 CONSOLE SETS, up from Liberal Allowance EASY TERMS $4,95 A Few Fine Trade-In Sets, up from DECATUR Music Shop 449 North Water St. Phone 2-6383 Why Our Solvent Cleans "Like Magic" Six Times As Expensive As Ordinary Dry Cleaning Fluids! The cleaning solvent we use is expensive, but it results In high quality cleaning. With all our supplies, no expense is spared to give our patrons the best. Drv Cleaning produced LP to a- standard, not DOWN to a Price. Remember ... QUALITY IS THE TRIE MEASURE OF VALUE Wash-Rite Laundry AND DRY CLEANING Phone 5275 328 Wabash Ave. r . 1 Visit the Christmas Village at Central Park an enterprise which all Decatur can point to with pride. Puppet shows under the auspices of the Recreation Board, morning, afternoon and evening. FISHER GROCERY CO. CALIFORNIA SUNKIST GRANGES nffi FULL OF JUICE. 99fl SWo II iK FULL OF JUICE RICH IN VITAMINES SWEET NEW 220 Size Dozen TURNIPS SWEET POTATOES NANCY HALL 5 4 LBS. LBS. c 10c 10c TEXAS SEEDLESS - GRAPEFRUIT.-.-1J25c; FOR STOCK TEEDING SALT -. ..... . . " 39c H UD NUT'S M A D E IN DECATUR MEAL ;e; ...... 10c CHOICE HAND-PICKED MICHIGAN EHEAES navy . a B5 pounds 15c GOLDEN TABLE (BLUE LABEL) SYRUP stalevs, . . . a 23c PEP-UP-CUP FRESH ROASTED COFFEE iai4c, .3 a 39c UNIVERSITY CREAMERY BUTTER . . . . . ,27c REDWOOD YELLOW CLING PEACHES -:. .2' 25c WHOLE UNPEELED APSiflCOTS . . . . .2 25c PRINCE ALBERT and VELVET ' TOBACCO . . . . -E 10c CRISP. FLAKY CRACKERS . . . . 15c RED KIDNEY AND REED BEAMS ... .4 s, 25c PRODUCERS: WE ARE PAYING 31c DOZEN FOR STRICTLY FRESH EGGS. RIP n n BONELESS PERCH AND HADDOCK gm Inl SLICED CATFISH u 17c -b. L3c PORK STEAK 200 PORK CHOPS - focnd20c All Sales TPinnl rfn'n A TF no

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