Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on November 2, 1916 · Page 5
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 5

Sterling, Illinois
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Thursday, November 2, 1916
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NOV,..2, LOUR DEPT. STORE D A N K n m § i \- 1 Silk Blouses' k of lar $.*).« Mi silk liloiisi-- Tif stripes or bliii-k at Ti most Hiarfliiiir prii'i' plenty low oiiOii;jch jo <"jinsi' women's t'VOS to SpJlHvie, O QQ Vonr six,.- .' ..... -O.tJO Glove 1 A Suit Sale Extraordinary The season's smartest styles In Women's and Misses' Tailored Suits now on sale at price reductions which represent savings of aimut one-third from usual markings. Priced at $14.95 and $18.95 Coats, this season's models, wool'and plush, big values at $7.95 up to $35. A few good hat bar- guins left, A few of those $1.00 bargains left The Murphy Dry Goods Store / Today more than ever "The Store Selling Merchandise of Merit" , A elosi- out of our regular stock of |)enl's ,tt:loves—' prie'iii" them at l»»s* than wholesale priet- today.' Women Nhould not rie- ijleH attending this sale. A splendid chance to so .k'et•. lonf? kid irloves in black or white—the fush- ionahle models for dress occasions-.-.. Tho regular $5.00 vuliio. O AO Linen Handkerchiefs Beautiful ' em 1)ro.idered corner*. Regular 20e value at . •, • 35c valuei ..................25c Silk Sale Many puttgrns rich in color. Regular $1.00 to $1.25 .silks at the yard . .,,,>..,.. Dainty Tea Aprons The regular 15c value at The G. I. Abbott Company, Acadamy Block, Both Phones, Sterling, 111. Friday and Saturday Will be Big Days in Our % Busy Ready-to-Wear Department and the Reason is The Great Week End I Coat andjjSuit Sale Unicor /; U JUST ARRIVED frmlzrss The only dairy feed that is paying the farmers a large profit Lay in your winter supply before the price advances. ANOTHER CAR TO ARRIVE NEXT WEEK. You will find-here in the line of dairy feed AJAX, UNICORN, COTTON SEED MEAL, GLUTTEN MEAL, ALFALFA MEAL, OIL MEAL, HOMINY MEAL and BRAN. Plenty of Hog Feed of All Kinds Use Blatchford's Calf Meal and sell your'inilk. There is nothing better to feed young calves than Blatchford's •'--' Calf Meal. This feed is used the world over. Wantfed, Clover Seed. HERE FOR GRINDING JJrintzrt* )\ : _J£ Never Ha vc We Silo wnSo HI an y Handsome Blouses As This Season The Flour, Feed and Seed Man SOCIAL AFFAIRS BABY WAS BAPTIZED Infant Of Mr, And Mr«. Henry Bruns ! . Giv«n A Name. ; Mr, tuitl Mrn. Ih-nry IJruiiH hail lhe*lr 1 liuli- Unby huntisccil lu»t cvtMihiK (U With a range of prices to suit In our ladies' line our prices arc r $M the homo of Mm, Anna HphrcrulH. 409 \V«<st l^lKhth Htnn't. Rov.' Vut>it% had vhargw of tho hnpti»*mal Mervlc«»«, anil ilu> twihy wa« i«hri«tt'nc<l Harold t-'n-d- crick I'arl HriinK, A f<>w iiuiniato frl«»ndn. won? I'ri'Hi-jit, siiul th<* rt'iiinin- tli'r of tlu» i>v<Miini! wu« siH'iit Moclally. ltl'ilt».l||HH'ntH Wl't't' HOrVlHl. MRS. TROUTH, HOSTESS To The Members Of The Crochef Club "Tuepday "Afternoon. Mrs. Theodoro Trouth of 706 Hwond nvf'tutt' i-nU'itallied tjjo (*ra('li«t t J.'hih Tiu»»(lay afternoon. Twelves "*ladT«'s were vrcHi'iit.iinit a 'most rnjoyiiblti fif- tfrnoon (« rcpuiIt'll, .\lrn, Truiith dnlnty AT. HOME Ladies' comfort shoes $1.50 up. Emerson shoes- for men, honest all through, $3.50 to Nettieton shoes for| men at $7.00. Complete line of) Above «tvle in Black Glared SllOeS fOF glHB and] Kid at |4.5P, $6.00 and »5.5Ck J|Qyg ;„$$$£* drop in and see these shoes—try] them on. It's the best test. Prices vary according to the type of shoe, but you can depend upon getting the best at the price asked. x Mitt Haiel McDonald Entertained A Few Priendt. MlHH Ilnxt>l Mi'lintiald onterluttaul .a nuinbtM' of f i li'iiiln ut u llullawi''i>u pur ty TupKilay i<vt>iiliiii, Th«- tinu> wa« Hpun In pluylng KUMICH, uini at nine n'l'loc dulnty ri'frt'ohnH'iitH w««r»* wrvml. All t it fit vc-ry InteroHtintr nu>«lltiK Wednesday ufiornoon lii.tlip I..O. <>. V. hull. .Twen* ty lad It-n wt-ro pr(*«t'nt uncl tho aft«r- noon waH wpt-nt In crof'hotinic. Thif following' liulics \\vtf guoMH: Mrs, l-*hr<*.llM', Mrs. Cru.siUH anil Hra, I'nt- tcrson. At tln> close of (ho nf(prnnc»n n two course- lunch was' Hprvtui Th* luistfNHes wero Mrs. Hurry Trutlo uiul Mr». \Voodworih. tho Gnzettft ClasHlfifil column* for big rutuniH with llttlo money. ' Caroline Haj^iblock, OhiropocUst Shampooing and , 8c*lp Traatment. 90S Firat Av«. Ball Phona 371-3 KITCHEN SHOWER Was Tendered Mr. And lyir*. Frank ' McQraw Tuesday Evening. M ( r«r-4W4nH*MtHHin ftiul Mr«. Jiuru-i. Itou'rku »«nt»-r>rUiM'il thirty filt-iuln at Ihf" luiiiie uf furiat-r Tu»«Hil&y t'vi'niiiK. It WUH i>\ tlitt luiluni of n kitchen «how- tT uiul |iuiuirt>i| .Mr. uml Mrw. Krunk MnJuiih, who «'«-r« rvtvntly inarrifd. Tlut I'M-ntajf WJIH njit'.nt In playing jiro- won the Oralh . prt'tu'iit UH> |ui uu-iits, . baby |iir/.f Mi'. iyiU .Mi'M. .Mi 1 - '»t'»'|vt'ij n' ntiin1>»»r of um<ful th«» t'loi<i» of tlu> t'V«nlng At MISSIONARY SOCIETY . Of First Methodist Church Will Meet Friday Afternoon. The \Vo|iuin"« Foreign MisMKuwry Mut/U'ty "I' tin- KUsit Mcihuilii-t church will hold u°itu>rUut; Kiulay ufti'rnoon •»r tlu- « liur.i li |.;nh)is .MI. tni'iiibcro art 1 ni'Ktnl to be pri'ht'iit. «.s l,>ns*lnt«s of lllU'^l'l-'lHT U III In- 1 lUll.Siii'U'il. ST. JOHN'S SOCIAL CIRCLE Held A Peasant Meeting Wednesday " " ~ ""~ a I, '|*IH> Social t'liclf ul Wt John's l.tith- IMUII fhuu'h li''lil u I' all 'lay iru-cilitK \V»'<|ii''M'hiy ut !lu- hump ol .Mi» l-:<lil|i Fill/. A ,4oi'ii uiit'*' WJWi j'lfwnt^nml llH> <la\ was 1 spi'Dt in>!.' uiiins' KJiuiu-alH t'i'iliK nun- f>1i'U'U A j<ii-iiif. iJiiiiHT \stii. Mi-rviul wt iitiiiii __ Alju. JL'ti'i AIL 1 "* ii •"•IMU';J_ j.n, iji^ TPi tTTihTTTE fi> Xn"J ftiiiif ll(^^'l^o^). t cocw A • • - ' , . ni HEAD ALL THE AT^VEETISEMINTS IN THE GAZETTE Held A Pleasant Meeting Wednesday In .The Ha,ll. • Don't Neglect a Cough Relievo tho nnd a v o i d ^Ito 7 -^ Flesh and White Georgette Crepes, "each . ...... ... .. ,$3.95, $5.50, $6.50, $7.50 Crepe Du Chines, flesh, white and tnaise, each . v ..... $2.50, $2.95, $3.95 Black Crepe I)u Chines, plaid and stripe Silks, each .........'... ....... .. $3.50, $4.95, $5.95 Ruffled White Organdies, large cuffs . . .$2.50, $2.95 White Voiles and Linens, very new ...-*. .$1.95, $1.50 Colored Striped Soisetts and White Lawns. .$1.25, $1.00 NEW BED SPKEADS Marieill** and dimiljef, •ingle or in aUitti bolster cover 'to match, ••oalloped, cut or square corners—4i95 to Basement Specials -, AVater- c«loF^*window — shade*, wool and .fleeced blanket*, curtain material*, «ho«U. pillow cases, shootings, muslins, prints, etc. Burlington New Fashioned Hosiery With'out seams, r«Jnforced to« four inch grip top. high s heel; fitted in the knitting. t I I *l jAb'i flp-j 1 Again we feature wonderful Suit values for this great week end sale, offering an opportunity no woman who cares at all for her personal appearance can afford to let pass, A tailored suit is always^^ needed especially in thesadays olheayy coats which canjnof "on. very cold'days.'"" 7 "- -;-..-.•••.. _ •.. * #.: oi't(»u loads to, by *ust ii-|>Cherry Bark Cough^ Syrup Wt> Hell man.' of it tliau. nil othor rough syrups conibiiuul, It i* cxtronu'ly pk»as- unt, to tho tusto, Ma^li bottle -contains * Fur Trimmed Broadcloth Salts Tomorrow * Newest Gaberdeen and Wool Poplin Suits * AUractiye Models oj Wool Poplin Suits at - ^tfJfaWy^Jalte4^y*oridP^JM $24.75 8J8.75 $14.50 ies sold. at the same' price. . 'NVu -griiarantw it in n % ~ itive your cou^h, or your The Store I. t I ^ * * 45very.garment possessing the best 'style points of this season's ten- flencies, highly-tailored, "• All wool materials ancl in the most de« sirable colors. f v These Prices Represent a Reduction oi One Tliird from Regular Prices and still no charge lor Alterations. Coal Values ^Unexcelled for a Great Friday and Saturday Sale/ $25 SO Newest Winter Coals in the Great Coat and Suit Sale, Tomorrow, Each ... de laines,""sftlt^etounC pTusIiesr in the feest * tomorww Saurday aiid save this very .liberal discount. ' \ V

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