Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 11, 1928 · Page 11
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 11

Sterling, Illinois
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Thursday, October 11, 1928
Page 11
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f—l t T- " - j 1 i I s , r" e 1 -- «* VJ^ r -f ^'^ (t -.' planr..?'! Of ft* Fi»r prP*<?tif. nRh a. ropy 0f the rr- i irtemnnplraffd. Bhe h»>w dry ft F«rl*s of Wont! ,*,*«sifng v»uM, bwome without, fun *wi « > n!r'rfJMr>rn*hf-. Among othpr things to provide s, jolly U'm* 1 will b« t-hft t!(stv1hii?<rfT> fflfh rit>T of bljr Risfkft ba^knt 1 ) fillfrl -?Hh valuable fo«i art^cl'"?- Th?n. iht c*k*s »n*3 oth^r apiwtizina' d es pr*p*? - *d »t ea*:h Irrturr will i»as gift? to mrmtKr.s of MJ* would yon nier fo same really fine ariif-So to your horns for making if ww and cfflclfnt,. Splrndld pirts by the merchants. will be awarded to women ID aUfiulancr, »nd every on<* of these gift* will bo on article ot value in your cookery laboratory or in adding charm to your dining room or in your living room, Certainly these Missions wiil brlnsf to women fol£ really hclpfn! and joytbls afternoons nwsy from th« routJna of housework. Wo arc our readers havr Urrn plp.nnltig In be at, all wssions. 'nnd will come prepared with pencil nnd notebook well UK questions to make the school their school. The Iliinf {heater is a delightful pl»cs for Ihe-c talks, and we look forward to a *plrndirt turnout to greet Mrs. London next week Tuesday, then on Wednesday and Thursday. with the final big KBthennpr on Friday afternoon, beginning each day sharply at 2 o'clock. CHURCH AFFAIRS Mrs. H. P. Shorts entertained thr Loyal Claes of thn Rock Falls Methodist church Tuesday afternoon, nt a meeting in JUT home on LrRoy Avenue. The important bur>incb?i taken up was election of officers for tha new year, which resulted aa follows: president. Mrs. C. P. Rumley; secretary, Mrs. Nick Sullivan, and treasurer, Mrs. C. E. Brant, While n social hour was enjoyed by the ladlt-s Mrs. Bharts aesfstrd by Mrs, Harry Woodring and Mrs. Elmer Behulta, ecrved tempting refresli- mcnts. The Ersfeiiie Six =- at $860 =« Today f s Greatest Value / Tomorrow's Smartness Speed, Comfort? and Unequaled Performance* No other stock car under $1000 has ever traveled 1000 miles in 984 minutes Robert E. Howe The Woman's Social Auxiliary of MathodiJt church, Extra Specials . Hen's .Oxfords, ,4.50 value, pair .. Men's Genuine Calf Ox; fords, single and double sole, 6.00 value, "• per pair : Men's Work ; Shoes, pair Men's Sweaters : at . ' Men's Ribbed Union Suits Telephone Main 18 Rock Falls, Illinois ,The house is run to suit hia Majesty's pleasure! Everyone on tip-to€n when he wants to sleep —everyone cutting capers when he wants to he amused! What wouldn't you do to keep him happy and well? The furnace in the basement . . ,. is it a menace to Baby's health?, Let us send a ROUND OAK representative to look over, your heating plant—without obligation to you. Round Oak HEATING SYSTEM Hurdle Hardware ' 221 West Second St. Rock Fall* ^HJ^^^?JdPj^^^ itnff, Off. nth In tnp \V, J, 1'scil (*n, uindrAVs YOU v children ..... a)?n '••nnpny ness- 5=1 vie? in prnt'p fur- Onr sforF wiil frnif" rou i and app;«rr! any (iir.f. & Co* Next to Chester'® i Men's Caps |at ,,,«.. 1.0Q and ; Boys' Caps •at 09c and [Men's Dress Pants, 5.00 i value, ;per pr. ... .2.48 1.25 89c 1.95 1.00 Fancy Rayon Bloomers $1.00 Atinouncins! Our Woj'k Womeji's Slippers, new styles, O o QJ fCj* « pr. ........ ^Women's Rayon and Si am »•"' ?Ure Thread Sfllf H9§§ t per pr, Men's Overaljg, | ||/\ |>er pr. ... ... JUUU IMen's Jackets * /!/* {at /. 1*1111 ' Overalls, Henry Wttt Strand St., Something entirely new in rayon bloomers. Fine knit rayon—jjeat taUor- ing, finishing and full proportions, Deftly trimmed with contrpst- ing appliques, braid, rosebud and Jace. Peach, flesh or orchid. Suva 2r«nd 29. This price foot! until Octet*? isij, or whit* the stock lux* **BBPwPWP*i"BP»PiBi^»wMHBiBBBBiBH ,Tomen ? « Hosiery In New Fail Shade* SILK, FUtL ne a*M«o, aer S^? ipd ye p»rvc*jibl«... ...... MRRCBRI2ED ffoeg * r * ^"i: Fln l J**««* auriud htmm«d <^* R taf arced. . PINE RAYOM Ifee—folllon raa~ rtinforccd hff* If IMB9' 8POJRT ...,..,,.. And Showing of New Fall' Footwear for Men, Women and Children. Stepping Out with the New Fall Styles Featuring the season's newest styles. Cotton Union Suits Eayon 69c »tr{c«d ~ cotton ribbed $1.59 Full bantj top i^far. Si*e« 36 to "44. Tfa» gar oxeoE F with VMt top. f«»ten«r« — double crotctj. Flatlock seims. j?«»c)j ealora, Sif e» 36 to 42. and Smart Prin| Popular Prices: $SM $535 and Select your Fall Footwear. They're here, for all occasions Best in Quality and i ) Sweater $4.95 F«s# fp/er print 4ri«9M la newest patterns and •*»}*«. with broadcloth and ~ r e**r* wit% Iri front*, pleisted or f§tb»jf*4 PwtifeJ* taffa on ivwa 16, 18 and 36 to 4« See Our Window Display Friday Evening, Oct. 12, '28, at 6 P. M. We are Offering You Something Outstanding in Pure Silk Hose A W«H tailored coat *tyla sw**te? el til pafs worsted tbat will appeal to tka iamu'ily drfssed woman. tasa freat; In the popular pencil MM«J^iih«f shidt.. fiiian M19.4,4,. To brighten up JP«H |4*l». Jolngle flt»fr«|f lit all th« ioveiy a«|j ^t»j«tifuily mad*. Eayon BM^I^ aodei " 01!li BOBOLINK HOSE ^^ The hose you'll be proud to wear—Perfect fitting 1 - ' --KxceJJtnt ijuaHty—AJI extraordinary vahif at. thiti lo\v price. $1.00 All ihe new desirable shades. :orei You If ill find tlm yuti tike in F.oaluxar ur Hosiery Ht the Wl Street Stifling, 111* Next fit AHtubtllit 'ttwttty Pyr-fyr

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