Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 17, 1928 · Page 7
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 7

Sterling, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 17, 1928
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to About Old Tim* Third IH b ft Crv«*«»1 twrtwr whop In tb« basement r,f »hi» Central Trust birtldins for Mr, Mitchell. *1I1 tnkft m-wr th« manas?* 1 - nwtit of <h* Flock bmber shop nml the Crystal ImrhfT rfiop win b» Thft chairs, mirrors and other wjuipnwnt of th« Crystal nhop will not b« moved to the newly purchased quarters until next Tuesday. Mr. Mitchell will add an extra ctmlr, making flre in nil. »nd Mr. Flock will b« retained «* a barber in his old quarters. The Crystal beaut? parlor will also be moved to the Flock barber shop quarters, occupying the w*r of the shop, and a prtviite entrance will be constructed on the WBSt, side of Mi* ehop, leading to the beauty purlor. Mrs. Madelyn PJppert. proprietor of th*> Oilt Edge Beauty Parlor in the 1C. H. and W. block, will be in charge of the Crystal parlor after it Js moved to its new location. These changes will remove a familiar narnfc an proprietor of the barber shop, Jacob Flock hwving conducted a shop here longer than any other barber in Sterling. He came In from the country south of town 38 years sgo and began learning his trade in Menno Deip's barber shop. Later he bought Stoeckle'a *hop, which was the oldest barber shop In town. For several years he wsa In partnership with Captain John Cushman, until the latter left for the Spanish war. Mr. Flock then moved to his present quarters, in which he has operated a shop for 30 years. Times have changed greatly In the barber trade since "Jake" Flock first learned the trade and set up his own establishment. He recalls th? old Stoeckle shop, where the EL & ~-® * * •* *- "-•** ~ I *. ~^f, t- *" *$, - 1 * *, ~"^ » I Sa, r « r i «. M *• - nv r*. *« ^«- CI^ST r»* T'fniftKtO AT sr*' i}«ir"^ r f-o fosrtw shops have m«rf» up for th* intde hist hy m^n shmviru? thcrn- hy fhfl ftSm<st u of bftth tub* Sn hom»?s. Mrs. Kchiemach Better Mrs. Jacob Echt*m»ch Is reported M Improi'ing nnd hop?s srs cnt*rt»in*d that she will completely recover from the stroke which she miff!*r*d Monday. Her son, Chester Bchtemach, of Boonc. Im, and his nan. Junior, arrived Tuesday morn- 1«S and will remain for a time. Mrs. Echtwnsch passed a fairly trood night and today she is better than at unyttm* sitsoe her lllncjs. OIL WAR NEAR,-A cambl:;? of the greet Brlliah oil company, Dutch-Shell and the Standard Oil of New Jersey, with the aim of obtaining control of Russia's vast oil flelda by closing her markets to the world, is reported to be the next move In the international oil war. Above is Sir Henry Z>eterdlng, head of the Dutch-Shell; below, Walter C. Teagle, president of the Standard Oil of New Jersey, who are repoited prime movers In the attempt. W. clothing store Is, and the big bU4>ln«M the barbers did there, seven chairs and five bath tubs being in use inoet of the day on Saturday land customers waiting with their MYSTERY OF THE SEA HAS HOT BEEN SOLVED Ix)ndon, Oct. 17—(A.P.>—A mystery of the SCR growing out of a call for help in the midst of a hurricane on Sunday from a r.tcamcr reported sinking was still unsolved today. Lloyds stated yesterday afternoon that a message hart brrn received from the freighter Dellllnn reporting the receipt of nn SOS call from a ship giving thn radio signature KIBC !atc Sunday. The Delilinn proceeded to the position given and searched until noon Monday without finding any sign of boat or wreckage. The call for help had said that the ship was sinking fast. CARDINAL BASEBALL CLUB HAS DIVIDED St. Louis, Oct. 17--(A.P.)-A dividend of 20 per cent was declared yesterday by stockholders of the St. Louis Cardinal Baseball Club. Sam Breadon, president, will receive ap- tern titl" of ire, 11!,, You Can Have That "FootlightShesn" perfect «heen. of the hair is every woman's envy. Do you wonder how they manage those constantly rfuilftnt. healthful heads? Ho sticky, plastered look but a gorgeous sheen, almost too good to be true. Edna Wallace Hopper, the widely known nctrr.v,, in her sixties still appears In the role of a flapper. Because of hrr wondrous head o? hair and her dully stagework. she Is most exacting in her demand for tha right hair dress. The preparation Rhe has used for years with utmost satisfaction is now offered to all under the name. Edna Wallace Hopper's Wave and Sheen. It Is non-greasy, keeps the hair neat and gives it a lovely, natural sheen. If you have a permanent or wave your hair at home, you will find Wave and Sheen a real help In setting the wave, particularly after ft shampoo. You will have no further worry about unmanageable hair. Get a bottle today at any toilet counter. 75 cents. Your money refunded If you arc not delighted-— cciv. The Central Trust and Savings Bank Considers it a privilege to cooperate with Mrs. Loudon in mating the Cooking School a success. for i valnr?; in \ cin|h<-; liavp .-urn kept our :--hnp busy ill- 1 past fr-\\ - (lav?, St'lTS and OVKRCOATS TO GKDER HOME TAILORED ,S«7/7\S and OVKRCOATS $50.00 and Ur> 20-WfTk Payment flan West Third St. Custom Tailor Sterling Modern Home and thf- Proper U>e of Flowers On tlif flin^p)- t;ihle, the livini; r^^rn, an?] even in tli^ kiU'hf:}, ;iii th«.:?o V'toms aro mado more cheerful v.'iiii 'li' 1 proper u.-o nf Fi(;v.'(:r:- : . "Why not trivc more thou^hi. tn Klowor.-." ^ays Mr?. Dorothv A. London, at the free ookingjjtgchoo, We arc plcciKcd in furnish Flowc rs for 3fr.<?. London. Sterling Floral Co. To Budget Your Income— Every Homem^ker Should Be Interested in "A SPENDING PLAN" 1. Live within your income on a carefully planned budget. 2. Put aside & definite amount regularly for unexpected emergencies The eaalept »»d surest way to have a reserve fund is to open an account with us ami deposit a .part^of your earnings every week or every month. There certainly must be a very good reason for the increasing popularity of "A BfiniU8i| Han? ^ia-the modern hoine. This week at the Cooking School, Mrs, Dorothy A. UNMQBi buqo* eeonomics expert, tells you how to use the "Spending Plan** , by availing yaat^lf of the laxities of this Bank, Central Tflist & Savings Bank Wm. L. Caafifer . A, Burr, Ass j t Caahier . T.. Janssen, Ass^t Cashier •fm tilth cacti D CHESTER'S LINENS At The Qazette Cooking School Mrs. Dorothy A. London, nationally known authority chose Chester's linens and China Ware to use in hei demonstration at the Sterling Gazette Cooking School. And H la fitting that she should choose from Chester's: for there *hc l.i afforded the largest and most complete stock of linens and china In Sterling- Rock Falls. In our linen department on the first floor you will find many different patterns In luncheon cloths and damasks of finest domestic and Imported linens in the world. There la a price to suit your purse. Every Fashionable Variety of Linen D White Linen Luncheon Sets With Colored Borders The colors are fresh looking ^anfl stay "fresh - looking • after laundering. Gold, green, blur, and rose striped borders. WITH NAPKINS TO MATCH 35x35 inches, 49x49 inches, Colored Pattern Luncheon Sets With Napkins 55x55 inches $4.95 Plain White Cloths With Hemstitched Borders Pastel Shades With Toned Stripe Borders WITH NAPKINS TO MATCH 48 Inches, 58 Inches, 3G inch , With Napkins $3.50 $3.95 $5.95 Fine Luncheon Sets With Colored Borders Ciold, blue, green and rose with napkins to match th?. cloth. Hire 51x54 inches - A Roomful of Charming Table Wares Hand Painted Glassware, ea. Vases, candy jars, powder boxes. candle hojdrn*, wall vawf, drink mixers, and lemon pitrh- tr ana a^uccicr "cumLhiaiion. Rose and Green Glassware, Special 35c Sherbets, goblets and footed tumblers. New and pretty de-signs. 24-pc. Englishware Breakfast Set Was $9.18 (J»o rrj Now Only «J)O.Ou Oval pattern with blue designs. $2330 Dinner Set 32 Pieces, Bavarian K 1 .' $19.00 osford sfeaped_ corona oat-, tern; in beautiful rose and blue designs- Small Dinner Set Of Enatishware Was $11.40 &n JQ Now Only «P * • t ±ij Bpuutiful pattern. Bet includes service for four. Glassware In Great Variety Rose, green, amber and blue glassware console sets, compotes. Sower bowls, fruit bowls and baskets, tumblers, sherbets, gobleU aud others. 4 Glass Mixing Bowls and Measuring Cup Made of clear crystal glass and measure 6, 7, 8 and 9 inches outside. The cup Is marked to show divisions. An Item tuat we sell regularly for 79c. Pyrex Special Pie^Plates 59c pie platea with even, clean cut edges. They mes&ure Those qualities that you all admire in Pyrex makes thb a great bargain. U A

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