Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois on May 24, 1928 · Page 7
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Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois · Page 7

Decatur, Illinois
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Thursday, May 24, 1928
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JV, I DECATUR HERALD THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 24,1928. DECATUR MtKALD · the authorities of the villagers m similar finds. lates. valimbli tion was mal t these objects i or Third Ccn ;ven earlier. had more than automobiles ic persons. I Famous Helena Rubenttein | Toilet Preparations Valaze Face Powder, $ 1. Skin Food, $ I. Face Cream, $ 1. Rouge Compact, $1. Skin Toning Lotion. $1. Liquadine $1. Refining Lotion, $3 a bottle. Skin Toning Lotion, $1.50. Decatur's Greatest Store High Grade Richard Hud nut Toilet Preparations Sample box of Three Flowern creams, powder, perfume, 25c Large Box Dusting Powder, $1. Hudnut talcums, box, 25c Dubarry Face Powder, $2 a box. Narci»se perfume, $2 oz. Over-the-Garden Wall Summer Dresses We Introduce Them At a Sensational Opening Price.... --Gushard's make good their promise of style . . . with these, the world- famous over-the-garden- wall dresses! Gay . . . flowery . . . charming . . . debonair . . . brimming ·with youth . . . yet priced so moderately that many women wil buy two, or ihree, or more! --A great diversity of modes . . . indescribably lovely . . . even the actual illustrations cannot portray the beauty of these dresses . .,. you must see them. Come Friday. STYLES ,~ jgTRIKINGLY original and picturesque in tic? vivid, vibrant vivacious silks -- gay at the summer occasion thev will »o gracefully adorn. -Spanish shawl · effects with deep silk fringe -Compose. models · -Ensemble* -Cape or coat combinations -Jacket frocks -Short sleeve -Sleeveless -Two piece -Tiered skirts -Ruffle* -Fichus -Bertha.collars for Sport Street ^Afternoon Dinner 'Dance EVERYWEAK for EVERYWHERE! Siui 16 to 44 --This is coup for a distinct Gushard's. Most stores in Ameri- will show these ca dresses 30 days from now! See window display. $15.75, $15.75 'All models illustrated sketched from garments now in our stock, $15.75. $15.75 $15.75 $15.75 Values! Boys' Durable, Fast Color Wash Suits 95c --Two-piece suits--with belts! Qualities which prove themselves in repeated washings! Others guaranteed fast! They're made of linene and chambray. Some have waist and pants of one color; others have contrasting waist and pants, or printed waist with plain color pants. Belts to match. Sizes 2 to 6. They're values at 95c. Wash Knickers, 95c --Older boys' knickers of linen in dark and light checks and plaids are extraordinary values at 95c. Sizes 6 to T4. Fine New Shirts, 95c --Well made shirts of fine print percales and white broadcloth, sizes 8 to 14, 95c. --Blouses of the same materials, sizes 8 to 12, 79c. Wash Pants, $1.69 --Small boys* wash pants of blue and brown checked linen, with .belts to match, $1.69 a pair. Sizes 4 to 8 years. GUSHARD'S--THIRD FLOOR Wash Dresses For Girls 2 to 6 $1.59 --Dresses as dainty as Summer itself, yet practical and durable enough for play wear. --They are dresses of fast color batiste in dainty printed patterns, with bloomers to match. Straight- line with long waisted styles, with collars and cuffs in contrast. Sizes 2 to 6. Splendid values, $1.95. low priced at $1.95. Little Girls' Dimity Frocks, 95c --Little girls' dresses of cool white dimity, trimmed with blue or pink collars and cuffs or colored smocking, are only 95c. In sizes 1, 2 and 3. School Girls' Wash Dresses, $1.95 --They are pretty Summer dresses of printed batiste in basque and belted styles, with contrasting collars and cuffs. Full cut. Well made. Sizes 6 to 14. Many are low priced at $1.95. Silk Dresses, $5.95 --Short-sleeved, one and two- piece dresses of striped and plain wash silks in charming styles. Sizes 6 to 14. $5.95. An Unusual Feature! Hundreds of Pieces of Fashionable New Costume Jewelry -- Collars ! Festoons ! Bracelets! Rio Ritas! Chokers! Button and drop ear rings! Pendants! Rings! The costume jew- clery that all fashionable ·women are wearing, at a price that makes every item a marvelous value. Special --All the new colors and styles! Lido and Grotto blues! Sunbeam! Celestial Jade! Russian Antique! The jewelry that fashion demands, in an extraordinary special group at hhe sensational price of $1.00. Now! Full Assortments of Fine Rayon Lingerie Prices Are Surprisingly Moderate --Gowns . . . pajamas . . . bloomers . . . "shortees" . . . slips . . . teddies . . . French drawers . . . and other popular garments. Made of fine materials. In every way per- . feet. And the prices are surprisingly low for such fine quality. "Shortees," 95c --Tailored and lace trimmed "Shortees" of pink, peach and green rayon, 95c a pair, Gowns, $1.95 --Tailored and lace trimmed gowns of fine rayon in peach, pink and green, $1.95 each. Pajamas, $3.45 --Two-piece, slip-over pajamas of fine rayon in pink, peach anrt green, trimmed with binding in contrast, $3.45 pair. Radiumette or Silk Slips, $2.95 --The Radiumette slips are tailored, with bodice tops. In pink, peach, green and white. Sizea 34 to 44. $2.95 each. --The crepe de Chine slips have bodice tops and shadow hems. Lace trimmed. In peach, pink and ni!e. Sizes 34 to 42, GUSHABD'S--SECOND FLOOR To Achieve Smart Lines Wear These Smart Foundation Garments --The slender miss chooses a light-weight "step-in* girdle, to give just the touch of support she needs, and to assure smartness of line. The woman of larger figure chooses a corselette that slenderizes and supports. And the young girl wears a dainty garter belt to keep her stockings straight. Step-ins $5.00 --"Step-In" girdles, cool and light and dainty, are made entirely of elastic, with light boning where support is needed. Sizes 26 to 34. Good values. Corselettes $5.00 --Slenderizing corselctteB for all tyues are made of pink brocade, with Swatnl silk tops. Lightly boned. Perfect fitting. Comfortable. Sizes 31 to 46. $5. Dainty Garter Belts, $1.00 --Of pink satin and clastic, with four hose supporters. Sizes 26 to 32. Low priced at $1.00. --Second Floor. '·SFAFERI WSPAPEM

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