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»A8t SIX, STERLING. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, NOV. 16, 1916. •uild Up for Winter A RAW, SORE THROAT n, ,--. -.« H ,..,.. in' t>.riJ" . 11 '! - : '! i >.! f il.'!' !' :• ; «'. ' 'M " f-f] V'-HfT .*.'!:! J yo'ir fi-v;-. .-:v!-'!!'t v fiM'l rc- 'U, pro- <•.- •> •- t > <\ • tin.'ir full T. .''.till t't'i- Imihi yi'tirsrlf lip i ,t| M V i', ' PERUNA IS JNVIGORATION !• ^ -•>!<• t»v * i * t ' 1**,*' —t' " - . 'f-rt, 3r- J I--. v-< -. vj >>•» ' i«,t '"P" ir i >>• •• .>,-•!• t -»,..•>-.-.- !- . r -i ,.,.,"!,,.y t t, M i-f ".ti'i iVV "! N . I .!•".•-:.:•: --.f-,di!ir,f)« f^ir ,i f •* M-( , \a , 'i.i ! '-..,. i, . ..•n-'-f.icr,; ffift ft" -1, i" -.iint "a (•''..-",rvl ,-a .' 'n f-.srr it I"B'<' t' n' ' Ifl UtV:'«. . Th,.'.- rr:-"ir-' L tJw h , i .' • . J-U1V . },.-'•. f*<fertifi« Cornpnny, Cattirntnii, Ottio V" ,-r .*•• i \ - *.. -:. i •-.••jvind- Th SWINE VftttfES SLUMP - •:pl/ Of 73.000 Ho.-)-, ScrvU T! Price Downy, ,u-!. THE WIRES WERE RAISED f, For Troiioy System 55 foot Potf-s, ICK FALLS DAILY GAZETTE IfOOK FALLS, ILLINOIS, THTTRSI3.AV, NOV. 10, 1916. FAT im HIGH SCHOOL DANCING PARTY It Numbers Given By Misses Given By M.ts.es Scott, Coley Arul Mil- Thorne And Jenmngs. ' , ' lfir L * sl Efamny. -•:'>!: - ;; •••C^r'^^'l'r^'-.'.'i. •,•••'•-, :<•"• ,::;-.. ./r, ,!, i! f, - ! , ,.'.K . r , r -, .- r - r ..,^.,, j T , r ... f . r? ^-. ; .. ._.... ; j.. . ' '•' ; "' ;> J -'--ly. fi.r !!i.-t.!':t '::- -. -5c ;;:.•.! TOc j.irs; ?w«pi!al M/C :--J.5i Miirh time- ..r tin- --. >-<<,, u < ) •- » <-\ "f ;l li'll! ! ! lili !M ,-•• i rr-f->i-ii"< r* I I,' i|(.-ll'||. , -tltlr- -..,!,) ,,t '.'loc \ <-• -(i;i->i.i) , I"--.! h<-,i Si: n:.. \\llh l,l,'iV-|:i. A«-.n' ; ..- liii,,.,;^ X.-: ' '---. !i I 'l:h';< - r.-tn- I . in T .,(!• <1 HI •it:'. l:"i tin n t:i ; rn ! n"!"'! 1)1 f \'- 1! ' -•• ' i' -ii!:—.J< • -!!i ' ' ' '•'«•" ' 1< i i I H |.i ' t ! I'l ;-'f i I !; '•:.- '•• I in- ! i .ii|' '- - ; > Mil 'H ' \ ' V l!l«- tfiH U- ..' till ',.)! tli \\'*'s?' i ii ••!! \.-.\\ i;-'( -..rr.-, ! ,Al-Cii>,)illU t" !:-' s-t t'!i- ' nt)1!:!i u - i"!i !!;!•• n <•<• »'-ipiiri i! S'-xii-il p-ili-. l:f(v- ; ';-- f- i ! ! ill w> n iai'.«<! ;it N-iii-ni-: i!i>!;int-'-; mi l.i'i'ii^r tfrci't in !i<'«-ivi- ;-.. v 't. . VVhi-M .'lit \\-i- l.;i ':'. tin- • 'mi • iii!r*iif \\M ii t.ik»-ji ulT 1 hi* uir»-; ;nii| th" ti.iOli.v «!!>•' fi-il fintii ih-' iH.\nn inp ;'iitn-< <.f tlif rif'U- MAY USE THE TOOL ROOM Council WiH:f>f| That 'th(* Phil »"n t ' -' * ' ' tliropic Ui'on U.ie, Tltis Room. M' rnli- r | ..< M . , i!- f..inii-i! !i.-»-. - - - ™- • • » W* • ••» *V • 4h* VPV f •*» first t -eakfast food that gives you all the food value of whole L wheat, plus ,» f most satisfy*. I lf»g flavor. 10. Look for this Krumbies -':!!?) :l 1,.1-iftl .'Hill i! H' i! iii |n-tmil tit. "f ''its,- rilv IK, II utrtini; anil N->v I*! -M<-rf> 1!i:in S.«'if» • it +1), hlt'li r<«'i;t<l« luf h:ic-k iir«il Hull n|i a<«'i(l<n! th«. ; Jl'f Hli:n »»f lt.';tiln» Miltli'll .Ji iW>|ij». Ml- 1 " 'D Itntti ' i U' Tit-. .H!:,i r u.i !,,i-^i, tl,.. U, .,,.!- UitrH. Imllt •'! in ill |i:ill ;i!Ki Mi V, i-5 MIS i'.i :-!r:l till-' !.i;-!ii-i( tin- ini'-^i; . i-t.-tl IK aniiful . «'| lii- •, I..M !I: j,,^;,- h;,,] : , ..;,,., ,t ii;n.> f i." ;s tirti«id- ,| ; ni( (».: u-itil ^il»> ••! U .«•> ..>•<..;.,. u It. u h" scfMi"! !'( II M.-, s.n ><,-,,\-t<, <\-, 1,,-w <-l \]i-<-' ?*<•,<< t In hnMlii! n < !i;iii' •• (" h".-ir , n |.;,i .1 ,«I-..-I.IH| MMC! wli- vr- dcln tmi '. I'lll' I'l 1 'il » .>.- -• ! . i I. ntllriKH *M!i« » hi-antlf Ml' full' Tin. iit.i.'i. r. ( .. ',• .cit ff iilly iji-i itmtfil, «a\c h"M-t;il funny m.i.-«i. ,il '.. , ink, m.i >-. hit- .,,!,.] t -< lu-ni.- IK-'HU- Wlll-ll (hi- JMli-il'. Kl'.Htv <-n- I,M.,|. T|.»- !i'i< -:-.. .,|| .'. i,.,,.;,.,! f,, r ()„.»,. I, "1111', .!<•;.,. i li'i;; , '(-• <) tile .-lit' I I icsl ll'ipr-i th.lf <h«-,v will It.r,'- ; iln« « «f Ilii- s-.i-smi. »>f If.'U ItiK Hii" " two ;n'- 1111 "* """" WKi " M '" !!i ADJUSTORS TO ARRIVE tCEPTION TO BE GIVEN Todny To Inspect r irc At E. E. Tstsh Home. 'I'll'' Illi- I!;- "! ,..M. i- :ul ill«!i.|« hil V I- Slmister And Family Friday Ev«- '"•'- *•' .-n'-^"; ' ' K-IH«- ui, tiu- .-iir.-iii- ^ :tt (In- I•*, j-' TI ;u-li liuliH'i lint nri' cx- IIIM Ifil hi'ti- I.M!:I\. Th<- MM- i-hii'l Htat . '' v "'" 11 •;,: !f !';•• fil.- .I'IKIII liiiil Item ttlMlfi! "'"' :-. i :i-;. ' '-. '' '• !',• hrc \V(iti|i| rint M:|V( lli>.';l- . tl'-|| !_'!••' i' ii,-||tl;iUt'. \VI|ll> III! !• : .ilinnii; i. ,.ii'iil |!H' Hlii-i-( iiiiil ning At The Church. ri»tli>n will In 1 KUrMi I*i hi i\ •for HfV. nml Mrs. Simj-ii i l)f Jill- Ml tt.-'illM I'lHIl. l> lie affair In In • II.-UK:- ••! tii" eliurch, anil ih'' i-iiMd- if n tientl. Tin- r..JI..\vhiK i-i"Ktiiii will — -A. L ''no, '-j» i>i.!.!n.t lOthmlint. I Jinn! LiiiuliH. tt-v. i His. <if, l-'ift M, I'L. no .milo~Ulfi'b •» Ji«i/.iy- ' / \J [BIRTHDAY SURPRISE Mr». Jason Dean ,1.331 Evening By Church Choir. chi»1V "if Ihi- I'i':::;r« K.'ilicsitil ii-f*r j.ixVii nr;iTt~~7T"""Mrj~ : <Jaal OVOIIIIIK u< IHT honic nn f-ili i;oct!n«lnn in l»'it«r of" .Mr." fit birthday nml Die whol«< nllsilr : choir i>rv,«ifitii'il Mix Hi-au with UllllUcllil wllldl hill- fillNll- [•lalt.l. tlip evt-ntiii; n vt-ry liiu* tiy«* er wns Bo)'\c«l. w«« jiponi in nni.Mi nu'iir> tiuu' \<;IH i-u SOCIALyjXILIARY Meeting Yesterday — Large Attendance. [Social Auxllliiry i.f the MHIIO- ijurch ini't^ >f«i««rd'ay urtcrnno t'H. 1^. A. \Vhr<'liH'k l\'!MH Mini li'.llMl.i-l; HlniUltl !M> 1,'hi-ll 'ti. Ti.i.h r.i'iiily ani"< <1 -"i''ili'''* On 1 f'.Dinl .-.'irk i'l' ilii 1 lil i IIH n .mid hrlii'vi 1 ." Oiry !id i-\ ••i-.'.'tiiiitK tli'is ;iiiy fin- ill-part- Hi lit i-iiii|i| l;.'ivi> iji>ni.v MILITARY CLUB He-Id Well Attended Meeting Last Evening At The Armory. Tin- ll-iys Milit.uy ' 'luh licIO :i \cr> A "'I! ill ll'ISlll 'I tlll'I'IlllK lilrtl I«\'l-Illl!)4 itl. I In'' .iiinurs. Tbi< |IU\M art "saining in nir-tnltci shij' it I-VITV tiii-i'ti;;;;. .M<>n i m>w d!lli f<r« iV(>r<> ii|'['"int<'ii !iT,«t cvrnint;. 'fin? Imvx ,nr' !>riiin<i(c<l |.> )u;h itf!h-r* rif« ?!;niti so* PRAYER MEETING. '! h" I'hrii'tiiin eliuivti will Imlil ^--. • • i . 20th Anniversary of the Home Store This week marks another year on our mercantile calendar and we want to greet each of our old friends and meet and make many new ones and extend a most cordial invitation to each and every one~to attend tbis Birth- -day-i'nrty whether you want to buy anything or not. We have prepared a Feast of Bargains. Read the following menu: LA DIES'GOATS •'* Tlif (I'lirstlon in llic iiiiiuls of mnnv thin Hiiitvh. ;i' i'i Ihc will Won an «'\ci'|iiiiiii,illy I.U'K*' at- BCo, Tlu> ri-jtiilar r.iiitliu- "f IKIH- ;W»IB tniMH.'U'li-li- illlil I'l.'lllH \vcr(- for thf< r«»f«>|Hli'in to.hc 'R!V.- evc>niiiK at I hi' clnirrli. bu«iiu'»« lli<> (line \\iiK ^su'itt In y, aiul M wlntj. Dainty i:c- nenttt wt>io m-rvwl,' ft i"° I'l'inK AirH. .A," i* CON** f «hi» WJIH given u |iimtal «'itrd f yhlcli H!H> Krwtly ui'i'ivcliitt'iV Rub This Liniraenl On Your Aches u Imvo a pain Or an and don't want it rand try this liniment got i'id of it. It j* an )ui, Hpicy continuation, ri^ht .slnti^lit in and atmn tin* pain or adio f|flit away. Kiiougli said; |fi up («) you to' Imy il try it, J. WYLJE rlptipn Dru0oUt — Rock F-lli ODD FELLOV/S MEETING. 'I'lio I. •'. u I-.', lu-l'l their ii- i'1-ti-..l'v l;i>r V'A'VnUiji is'l lli(.-l.l' tlllll. i»Ti> vv«iH ;i vi-ry m,m| aUi'tnlain c nml ;hi' tiMi.il rm.it iii<* nf liu.'iliifhs »vus MEETING POSTPONED. Tin.' .niimi'taiti niviMiiiK; r this i-vi'iii;)!,- nt tln> f'u iiici'li lias Iti-i :, i ii«t|i('iic(l until Sun- i.ty-r-i!»ni('i!i;i!i't;-'' a!!i-r tin 1 nnirniiiK 'M-IS ii.<x, ROCK FALLS BRIEFS ,l.'in>,»i N'i'». l*ih, \\"iiinlin:iii liitll. No in"otii>.K i.f I'S. N". A.'. 4 Mi** Ni'.i.t I'rl'c'A, nf iJiXiili, IH vifilt- .ni I'm' :i ii-iv iii\H-luii- wltli MiHH H.-irry 1'irsby ii'lui'lli-il In'Ills lioino il .\U(i!i.-i llft<».- iUi>niiliK <lft<'l' U tillnrt !>:!( IHHI- ufth his |iaii'litf<. • iill^ht, \Vi''i.i'ui:iH hill!.* Mi". A AS. I'mili'V ycnl to Aurora lltIM Illi'llllll!, tl'l' II VJMil. • < J li(T'i!iil Hhi'rtt.ixiU' Uli'turcti lu Jtoi'k- Kliii! Iliikcr. nl .\IIIKCII\V, hi., (>(iinn (ci- !;i> fur .I" Vihil ill tin- iH'llll 1 . u('J*r, ,Sf«itl. ' ' . , I 1 . A. V» hitncy, »i,r Morri*>nn, npunt .\'i<(liic>>il:>J lii'l't: nil liUsiiH'HS. Hull Hvi'iirld .wont to I'ltiaigu tlil« iiii'iniiiK' mi Ini.siiu-JSH. • . Yi'inii.iii lin.sini'.SK niitiinK iiiul duilc'i' luiiUhi. \Vi*iiil:nait hall." I'lM'H'i'l l.frnw. mill '.'no hhipiiuil a *'ar» \V'HI .Monies, uf l^giiii, JUt., iti hfrc> vixliliiK his broiIHT, Hiirrw.M«ate«. GRAIN PRICES RALLY WHcnt Oa;hncci Under Bear Prccsuro But Revived, i'li|ta<:n. III.. NuV. 10. -Hi-avy H»-|llii« »f . ail 'KlalU.V fUllU",l prk'i'H (lilWU •jhari'l.v iluiiu^ a com! pru't ol" I In.' day, AH lift aim oVfii,i*lil aiul a'gtiml rally l'iil!ii«i-il, liu- i-!'.!-f iH-iiis Jit net Kalu.-i t y,,'<i I HI- nn »vlj«:ai« I'i'.( I%i- mi rorn. Mid '« '•( '>ni oil 'ia!.'j~|ii i'hir.inn FURS ran T .trcf n cont' llinf i> satisfactory in itr'h'c. quality, stylf and fit. Wo Ii a v o •ondf 1 avoro,d In solvo the proh- -Icni fur thorn, by' ViftVrlny; thorn Jino )• 111 s h c o a t s at $25.00. A ' choice soloe- j ..... . ^ - .... J. y ( , J --- - |, - Ik-nvor and Broad- c.lotlis'.p--r j c o<l at • SI 5.00, JiiS.OO, $20.00, ari(l$23.0Q ii AliLrv^iuLb.rb'ju, I conts. in fanoyjinix- tiiros priced ffoin $10.00 to $20.00. MISSES' AND JUNIOR COATS lion* is iinothor op p o rt unity for bargains-'in thoso stylish and wo!l in a d,o (! o a t H o f h oa v y all wool mixture* and Jlral Liiiiib p r i ood nt • $5.00, $6.00, $8.00, arul $10.00. - Wo aro ospooially ploasod with oiir Furs this soasoii and hnvo an oxlonsivo lino to-o(Tor for your selection at very low prices, hr sots or separate pieces as you prefer. Whito ieoland MiilT price.l at $6.00 and $7.00. Clinic. Marmot. Wolf, Tii^er- Mn.sJvrat and Coney M nil's prieo<j from $3.00 to $12.00. JJow»fiful--Mols- in Hod or (jrov"Fox,^farinot Soparato neck pieces .ju'iooM from $1.50 to $10.00. CHILDREN'S PURS Ifandsiuiu? Whito JOnnino fur sot for the little lady or it' yon prefor the darkor ones, wo have tin* (! ivy "Squirrel, Brown or Leopard Coney, priced from $3.50 to $6.00, Coats for the Boy or Girll * •-'."• I Very dressy black plush Baby'Lamb, Chinchilla or Wool .Mixtures'price?! ' f rojii -$3.50 to $8.00. LADIES'DRESSES We feel that \vo wore very fortunate OVVJIIJJT to the condition of the innrkots'at present in securing "^ . • such a line selection of dresses, all made in accordance with the best ideas of the prevailing fashion. The materials aro high class and our ._ prices are at Inactively low ranging from $9.00 to $15.00. A jally-'tif U in tin' l.inf halt' luilir »siiriii-f,«<, (I Oil' ioiil", in Ki.-i.iTal. NVw* whit h tl.H' liji.u- Irul i(,'iuir<"t (Jii|'in/,f rlu- iinn-MJii;; v-'av U'Vivril, iiinl lii'i-aini 1 it K ""I litlil . fiH'l >V UV (h<- 111.*! ll'llUS, 'It- vs UK that Arfit-nHiui had \vi(hdi:ctv-i| all olU'rx. Amitlu»r tai tnf- vvu« thi''|.ii- vat-i' rallies n-dm ing . s rKcnlltit</<:M I? j'inri(nH t.-.' aiul {•-."lylnj; u intive to pro- 4iil«ii - v-XiHtj-in -«.;*». 4>u. ; . t-ruguay, ha» alii'Udy | rohllilti-d oxports. ('ui it via*. |ii''i«lil lilicially artiiind llH' uptjiiir? a'li'l pi i• c.« UiivajHM it I % ''i »i', II Wit'' lu-lpul I'.V.H l<ujK»'"ol »•'.-?, '<(»•'-»«• in U«>-v.t!»'. ntul y ; !(.ti'.iijjji ISue- L . CHILDREN'S DRESSES I We have a Very lar^o varioty of-.drosses for the" littlo girls in Silk Poplin, Ser^o, Worsted, (iiiuHwin..and Porealo, ,l{y inak- in^ your Holeetion lioro you not only ,HO- euro/'x'ceHen^staUioH lint .savo a great deal .of nnnoeossary wasting-of Uino and toil. Sixes aro .froin U to 12 yoar.s prieod at 59c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50' and $5,00, LADIES'WAISTS Beautiful nilk waists in jissorted stripes prieod at $2.50. Crepe do Chone ondmu'derod priced at $3.00. Tub sil-k waists prieod at $2.50. . Enihroid^rod voile, very pretty, priced at $1,25 and $1.50. SWEATERS Our Kiilo on those comfortable irarrmmts -has boon wonderful.thin Fall, 'i'hoy aro heavy ,\ll \\'ool and are i/ivin^ 1 the host . of satisfaction. Ladies' sizes are priced from $3.00 to $0.00. Children's sweaters are'priced at $1.00, $1;§0, $1.75 and $2.00. LADIES' HOUSE DRESSES AND WRAPPERS .jiowii* niade of-- 11 '* -jiotter than hard coal $9,00 per ton tie livered ill Hoek Fulls or Sterling. Johnston Lumber Co, best ,/|iia|ity t»f percale and jo'iced at $1.00, $1.25 ami $150. * : '.'-'•"' J : HOSIERY •; -:; ; ;V"--v"" ' i)\\\" long ex|icri( i nce has given us a repntntion for. .'•ilependablo hosiery. ' We have searched the niar- het.s fur the best and feel confident in our Kolcetioii... We have ladies' silk hose, excellent quality, , •priced at 50c, ' I.ndies- 1 iiiie lisle thread priced at 25c } 29c and 35c. Ladies''heavier <jiialit\ seamless priced fiXHB^Se to 25c. . ' Children's-(•iile-silk li>lc, colors .black, white, (an .-.or.A'<]i....(2ri ( _ 1 .!:'-d..a.t25c. •__•_; - : .._>.__; _;.. r :..:„ ( Mlicr. t-rudc^ hut quite so-fine, jiriced. at 15c aiul 18c. •-."''.-- . : ".'.'•'•' '' Infant Department .Muri« tliiin a'nylioily ci.vf ll list- l'U'ci|- ''iii H vv-av joy IM *t, 1 i l ,-"^uU* UNDERWEAR Our underwear is of the best (juality and <»nr iuiiMJie lowest. . 1__ — — LadioH 1 fine quality union suits, low neck, ankle v length,,, priced at $1,00. ' - ' . Heavier qualify, hi'yl'i neck, lony; .sh'ove.s,..priced' 50c ttiulf 1.00. - •/';'• . ' • jP^udioH 1 wou,l uiiioiV suits', excolloiIF j'pialitv, pricvd' at $1.50 to $2.50. , '" ' . Radios' separate i^arinenis/vory Jim- ilcece, priced at 50c. Finu quality .nonshrinlvin^, woi4r priced a-t $1,00. . CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAU Our infants' wool underwear, is 'undoubtedly-the 'best on the market. They are priced n't f)0c. Childnon's ile.oe-od^a.nneiils'pnced- from 25c to Chil-dron'N union suits', best quality fleeced, j>ri'.*e«|' 9^

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