Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on December 21, 1916 · Page 7
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STEftUNG, ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. DEC, 21,1916. PROPHETSTOWN I Still Undecided? A SUGGESTION WAS BURIED WEDNESDAY i>~ii"'*irftc > pirc 'trie! rith<"r JORDAN .1 1* ma .1 -Ortf of v. ho it t Ihid ft 'f flisM list )»n I'm- la 'ttf if»'-t;is" yen want jnra?!! put nil hiitinl jiftr itif<'!i<li k <l f'U'. /\tn! H ai*iortiH»-i»t <»)' J n'iwMni»iT. cli MIH- •ilimv •iff cni as« T rnni tht'l' vtill horc. Me 16 19,00 50etof3,50 ...5c to $1.50 K priced from .35c to $3.50 pnVptl from $3.95 to 175.00 .prireil from 98c to $12.50 Until"Hobos. pri( ; e«rfK«r.y ,... .$2.95 to $6.00 Knit Cap and Knit Sonrf Scfn, from.$1.25 to $1.95 .$1.00 to $5.00 '. .25c to $2.95 ...25cto$1.00 .$1.25 to $4.00 $1.25 .$1,25 to $3,50 ..59c to $2.00 ... ;35c to 75c Hwcatei-H, prWtl from .$3.50 to $8.60 , ! I, ,, ,'t:ji, • . in*u ri*-t! Jfif H'K'I' <inv :s! !?!< Watt Pr Heoppolc. ;<>'i r--i,l -i S!if:il:i ••-!". !" ..- ..f t!i TA(VIP!CO NEWS all !ivu>e I"' 1 WM«4 in flu- v.<iK h* Sd W .'ii! r hnf h » iti !h<- >f I' JT?J SFENU WINTER TNFkOTUDA. Mr. :iti<! Mi*'. nioiRt- Drnmtnr-t w ill jH'Tnl tlif Wtr:J't in Kfitrid.'l to fr.»in Xcckvvcar, priced from ... "•' Aprons, priced from Tnbio St'sirfs, prit'oil from , Aulo YoiK pri<'t»tl nt .... Pillow .Tops*, priced from . Silk II oso, priced from ... Towols, priced from Napkins, priced from Hack Comns, priced from Umbrellas, priced from ...... Small Kujr.'C priced from Carpet Sweepers, priced from . VtuMtnmI'leftnerH. jn'iced from Suit Cases, priced from Traveliiio; Bags, priced from .. Bed Blankets, priced from Japanese Gardens, priced from Fancy China, priced from .$1.25 to $0.00 , ...50cto$1.00 .,$1.00 to $5.00 ..$1.00 to $9.00 ..$2.50 to $4.25 ..$7.50 to $9.00 .$1.09 to $12.00 .$1.79 to $12.00 .$1.00 to, $10.00 ...45cto$1.50 ...25cto,$8.00 *, priced front ,. .50c tolSl.50 The J. K. Chester Co. CONCLUDED ON PAGE 8 STRIKERS MADE A FINISH Won Final Onm» By Enough r>.in* To i Win Contefct Vlw Sl?1krr» Jtn/vpd lh:it th«»y w«>r«- rhklrii' "« "hetrlr^.", .HitlH'H nr.d ntiiny othrr roi»il«lnwtloiiH on tho Y. M. i*. A. K, vvlicn thoy l 1ST Anki'ny ..; j»»4 Crawford .......... 152 Tntftl ..."..,<..':.. ",M Ml 711 •lf-3 J69 K,7 thr liy ft. total "f 1C i>lriH. rr «»f wlih l?i.ltfe..t llu tho 'l*lw I*irkr»rti*won the Hrut tv»o Hume* ami l«tr by IK !»!»«. but Uii« Striker* crump h-ic^k jutrontj In the thlrJ unit <!*» ctelvp. game-Ami ovotvamp tho Icu'd with u unfa' mnrefn, The fi.tiowin-i in tlift box H(,*erfl of th«* (mint-: Chtrry Pick»r». HUBBARD SALE WAS GOOD Harry Hubbard Well Pl««««d With R« •ulU Of Hit Stock Sale, ' H:tt<lll!'l\ i)f t?lt>" W('("k Rilf hrt!« . A.» .^fr. OmmriH-f « f .i! «-.«<(al<' he .niny se ir»nk<* a dollar In that i -it-i nnd ns«y fftmhini- Is the stn\. till In j >»t DIED MONDAY MORNING. Mri«. Wtlllan* Turner, who bus !Sv«!~ In l'ro|ih« (s'tuwn JHH! Pnrtlnnd nil <-f ttr-r tiff i!l"il Mtnidiiy morning at bfi fir>m«'. f*h" had b«'«-n niiitig for wni'c time :tti<l nlHuit (• (i diivR'nvo WHS ink- i>n «uddenl> win «<> and died «» ^nii! nhovp. - .... She Wfts» n Iftdy n^nrly Seventy ..vciir« nnd lrnv<;« t"W''o daiiKhtern, Mr*. and Mls.« Turner rtt .home. Tli»» ftin«-i!il will be held Thursday nfternoon ni 1:3»> -tflth.Hev. A, K, t'l- rlrh jiffuklinij. The ceremon|«"R will be held nt th« i )mme on Third «tf*'t'i I nnd. Imrinl will be mtido In HivernliH-. DIRECTORS ORGANIZE. The |'n»|»hpt«town Mutual Telephone d I reel ore h«"ld a rnectlnK-' rM'ently «nd orisanlzed by eleetlnis C. K. Kmery tln-ir .In' 1 (.iberie their vloe pn-sl* dent and K. I,. -IMidle.v. ntanrifji-r. !n" > i l«-« i l">l SH'rrt'tnry nt the r«'tf»ih»r nit ••!!!>(; nf'the con»jmny. • lie Will tnnnnu'- :'H- twn offlceK ftir whlrh piiy will be <* on IXT annum. mcpJi JuhnHon, who IH»H lii-«-n the llnetni/n f-ir tbe |i:i»«t year rec*»jviiu: ti of Mom«» |!*2 P»T month refused the offer of I In- »itirn»< Fultiry fur thn eotnltiK y« j »tr il''in:inilirii;7rin i-vt-n linn montti. <*oM«enm-ntly. the bourd will try nnd fill the pluco af the Mtilary Which Mr. .lobnton wn« j STILL VVRiTING THEM (irtx«- ijrn» whi^h month n f K' In ;)K| -ill, COHUU, at' rt "\ » ry X. M Di-dlsnn, MrSSIONARY The l t 'c\ir<"-< >'! with M'i>-, < i!i\-f r wav- n !'i!f< r . s.M SOCIETY MET. R. N. A. ELECT OFFICERS Luna Gumming* Wns For Chetcn Y»»r. Oracle H*A::I NYlKhbnrx w:w h»-ld Monday ev- * ntni.; with the foltowinK rfXtultx: lf -fjiinn f 'tirnrningH, Orncl*-- Maude Morrlll. Vaiiph«n. PROPHET8TOWN BRIEFS. (H A'rllt? OiolldK* 1 , who In nf tl)i' l£i'hn fwrc*> will upt'iid her hominy VH- In h«'i" home Ht "Hoiuiparti', In., to lit* iKorti" U-n ilnyM. Kdliiii I'luilwm will upend the C'hrlHtmii'i day* In (.'hlonjfit with r«'l;i- lv«»w artd friend*. M|HH Velma Hlonr, who IH attending ho \Vnimi n'M t'oll<*)4i*. in Itnckford. IB it |ir«*Mi*n( Ml holm- In Prophf'tnunvn itni e'xppctH n> remain Koine two w*fl*H vlth her father anil otlu*!' tx*latlvj*M nntl frh'ndit. MIKH And'"tw.>n, who ha»* own In Pro* >het*town for th«' putU few weeks w«« •ullcd t<i her home In Chicn.Ri». Murulay morninK. 'Mi«»'Anilt-rxnn IH. n «l«ter of ""nrl' Aiu)i>rK<>n' wh»*«o horni* i« In' 1'ro- Tho nnnunl elecrtlon of officers of the Vici- Hfi'i.tv,-r~Mt)l>l*» "Hr«lnerd. MnnsbnH—- Maude Foy. Inner 8entltn-l— Ktta Outer Hentinel Tena ,IulJ» Kltnendiirf. to sinte convention— Lurm Altei n»ile— Amy l>enlnon. rffreshtntnla nnd a stK'lal time fallowed the t'let'Uon. XM.A8 MAil, HEAVY, IVmtmnster Unley Mate* that the outKofntnjt mnllM nre now b«»lnK very h«>avy with Xmnft prtreeln. althotiKb the \\-< 6NTERTAINEO tHEIR M ( v>"-.1 ?v.--!xfy w<-,l an 'he nft- CLASS, eritertain.- Mri. Kr«d . rn,-fn ti "f > - at r« wrJimblf ilin- Thnrsdny. Al*i? ««>fitefM we In alt thtrr, wrrr thtriy-rijfht mail IK ntlll little heavier than riormnl. Kvrry fffort In beitm by I'M' -offict- force to prevent enn fnr hnvi> been aliU> (hi! work in nplendld wh.ipe. to Jnc Hoyt»r 172 I'M,* 1'JI U'." 17.1 HrwfMtittler Htchanlxon -Strikere, 153 12ft MO 2 Ml Harry Hublmrd. imvlnir nold bin farm two mil«'K I'UKt of HtcrllnR on the wo/idlawn road, dl«poi«-d of nH-W. tii_M atock nntl fnrm machinery Wedne«dny nt a publlo milt% nnd he was well p!wi.no<l with the H|KO of the crowd and the total of the wiles, umounUiiK lo over $2,Cuo. Fourteen C:OWH averaged $77,f,o, w.me of them Kuin«.im high n« JtilUMj The three yefi'r, oliV- M^lsi'ein lujll Hold for nn e\ r en one hundred* dollar*, Hrot.ul MOWH brought $28,r>0 eiu'h, Kami mucbinefy sold very hiKh. womn of It m-nrly »H high as that" ptirehiiHed •it the Implcmi'iit IIOIIBPS, A. 1^. f'o« was tuieilunoer and M. K. WIlKer clerk. There IH a sad »Jdt» to <*hrl«tm(»», of course, but to see Jin cheerful sldo 1« portleulurly worth while. he and bin futility living iouth of the railroad. Alrw. Myvtruiii and M1"H Xelnon W*'iV iilli-il from clilc.'iK 1 ' to attend the fu* lerul of Mi'sf Wwan Menwon. the two rctiirnliiK home Mondtty morn* STILL ON THE JOB. h ilnrtniMih, fnllowiiiK hl« UMiial i li«*« inaili" pri<|)n|-(ii|unH to pUiy ClmiB to n \nrxv number of tin* 1H»,I«> folk** in Tnmtilro thin ywtr and Juts' alK-iiiiy laid In hln Mttpjtly nf ovor «<ti'.' hundrwt pMimls 'of piuuly, hfiok«, UfH hnnilk^rchlM^nntl othfr nrtlcl^d, ,lak<« fi-i-lH well rnmut*1»y th« im|i|ii» n»'n« of thi' chUdrt-n, nixAhiiM not nn ••xunti'h" that cithorM mlKltt "wll follow. TAMPiCO BRIEFS? Mr. nnd Mr*. Ralph Kny. uitd Arthur McKt'iiKli* Mpi-nt W«Un«rfidny nitcrnoon' lrun»nctit>K huwlnffs in Ht«»rllntr. Mr. mill Mm. Fred' Prank motoreil to Stt>rllnk Wttlnwurtay to da nom« Xinns B, Chapin, fllen Umwn. of Sterling, arrived in TamplcH W«'dri*4' w y evening to vlnlt (it the home of Hid HiHivr. Alrn. J, H, Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. a daughter. JOROAtr BRt€FS; MK.-3 !<«-s:i rfundstf-in t-riicr) ' >t. tf-rlu'in f.njiil !(»«! Tiip^ilny. An nil d ty rti'/ftiiiK tvaH hf-ld. Knst Jtinlnn Hunilrty wlKiol !s jtire- parlnjc n Chii»!tm»« j»roKrnrn tt» l>c en on P/it\ir«l«y *vfnlnif. Wm. Iif».w»«*r rfntfil thp HolKhnur farm wn.r \Vony\\nff for tlm t-<milng yi>ar. WnltPi" Hnrmm-H vmrofiapwl n new hilK^y rw«'t-t!.v. KPV. Tlfn*T«'))'. i-f Ttittilrt, Tfi., I'd nt thf !,i:( Jordan wt Hundfty mornittK'. H'«- is '> vr-ry. InttrPRtlng »pMikpr. H*' hsi« l»pnn *i«ltln(it K«-v«>rnl flnvs with Mr. nnd Mrs. II, L*-« T4>wo- lf-5 : . . Mr. nnd Mrs. I-wils Hcholl nnd Oaush- t'sr, Kdltli. rftinned Thursday evening fi-«im a fpw day*' visit in Chicago. M1*H Addlx IJodcndorf, of Htfrllnr. ww«»d for Mrs. Win. JIyri» a ff-w dayn lu.it wcfk. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Mlllhoiifta Bp^nt Sunday with frirndH in Stfrllnr^/f mim AddlpH IJodptuiorf nccntnpttitlorfu lh«n l« her horm> In 8t*»rllt)K< \ /» Charlps i'nrku Niusrht hnV^f William Knmme and hHtitfd It on Monday. W«»«t .Ionian will hovo their Chrlat- mna wx^rrlMi's on^.*Mffidny <>vi>nlnjt. K. It. Tilliniin will~op«'n hl»t"butcher for work .Monday, nml Mr«, W. 1). Dptw«'ll*>r mad*- nn over Sundny vi«ltx«'lth frlendo In Fret-port, Mr. and Mte^W. K, Tlltmnn kt»pt h«us< k for them \ijll»» thry w*>re KofiP. l- The Itoy Konut*i ,nr<4 planning 'or n Tin) to IM« held fom«» tltm 1 In Junu- nry.' ' . i J. A. Ollhcrt dpllverwl hog« to Woo- on "fuwnduy. Kmlth IU-OK. «r* li«%')npr a public today on tho \Vm. Dleterle fnrm In San* iop Mr. CLASSIFIED RATES ONE CENT A WORB PACE FOR SALE—REAL B8f Afl M !?,«*>!*!•;! rum, d t,fv< wi«« find ehnrpt'd fnr !*• f'XCfff ffnm bn*iftr.«<s rf-rufsr m th. -".n WANTBD—FEMALE WANTED —PA ?,KS3J,A DIES AT n.NTB. Ar-pH" ••»« office F, \V. \V(•-;••!wr.rth (V.. ' mtf woM-AN*-.-<t:oor> WOMAN* OH OIRL girl fi>t Kf'n*-rnl hi >u?*? work in try «?>f'iit 1'j mil*'* ffofn S Interstate. 524. -Bell .ftS2K3. . - I t&tt i'ANTKD filULS WHO A..HB I, J«K fvr stfndy work. Apply nt Arnrrtp tarwn-dry <"*ir>. — yrmnp wr»mf*n. N»>w Inrpf hn«|»Hn i>lipti!fiif In Clik-ftfrii enrolls a limitfi fturnhfr of pupil nwrfm. <.>n!y thon- rwr*>s nfcA apply. For pnrrfrtilnr write Snpprlntf*n<!pnt of . N'nr»« < ?i American Hospital, S50 Irvlnu Turk Klvd., Chionjjo, III. 14. 16. in. 2! ^^^^^^APPLESr^; ".^.^ AT'I'LKB—WK HAVE ftOMK.-FINF npph^i," Prifps to unit. Aorof'." fron c-ity hnll, uiidf-r T?n«ir« Confi'CttotH'r (ilvn It, JnavH-t. H">-I46 jfffr AUOTIOIT SALE, S>'v^^%» l ^XS>S/%XS> l S^*w^i^« PUBLIC SALE. hntticht u mmallfr pl:iff" wll il'llc ««Ut». fight milf>« north- tfrlliiB. four mllfs* north 01 ihn>n«on, eight mllfs mmth of Mill- edit«vill« on tire Frahk Hnmmt'lmtii "nrm, TIlt'nSDAY, BKC. 28, IS16, ho following doflcrlbrd property, towtt: S HJ3A1> OF WORK JtORHKS-- From 7 to H ywira old. 25 HKAtrOF CATTLK—Inr-HufinK nllcli cows. Home to l>t> fr«>**li by dny f naif; 7 two»y«»nr-<ild fitwrs; -4 two- •i»nr-old hj'lfors; 3 yearling «tefr8<. nrul . One of ..'ih«»'flrnt Job* of butchering K. H. Tillman 0lil w*« n i«»rk«T Umt w«-l«h«nl 800 UIH for Lrnil* Hcholl. - Th« varioUM whooln ar«> pr^pnrlng M|KH Mary Hnrttir. who.hiiH tho primary department of tht> Propli- rtntuwn JThooK fnr tntii't- (hnn tw*n(y year« bu* brm eondncd to hi-r-boine for the pant wi'«-k by i lu-itniaHmn. ainl whib> Khe in Improving nicely 'Will, not uttctnpt' fi» take up tho work of 'teach * Injj until after the hoiidiiytt. 9 Alfred ("li»rk. of New Klchlnnd. Mlim., IH ttcTJS on H vi»lt to ~ frivnda niid relatives. 'Mr. Olitrk and hJ» family used to live in l»n)phi'ti»town nnd on .leaving hi-re w«nt to tbe vicinity of N«-w ItUih- bmd where he purohuHwl a farm. Home tlmt» wince" ho' hurt one of bi« bund* and blood polMonifiK «et in-and he liux Huffenid,Mr*«wtly with the nit'tnli«r and Jt .develo'pinl »*rloii» proportidnn nt one linn-, it in not entirely well UH yet nnd no Alfrinl JH_J^WnK_ndvwnt«K« of thv» Hiiro luuul to do up a TIU1«« viMltiriK uf old friendM, ..':•.. Mr. and Mr*. Hoy Van Dorn y vlnited In Davenport,. Iowa, friend's. They w«re none but a time. with whorl Hollii'r over the holldayn. .-. Mrs, iMwca i'errla htm been Buffering a »nver» attack of the grip thin WlM«k. * . Mm, C5«»ne UoAs and dajj*iht«>r Vinit- tli- nt tho horn* of Mrit. K. U, JUmji tho f«jr».' pnrt of. thw if/ 4 -'"!*. .Mru. l-'wd Mltluatt- lia» been on th« Kipk ll«t for th«* pnut wm«k,or rnorw but in now improving in health, <)«tt> HurriM. faf .Manchester, Iowa, a forrm-r ri'.sidonl of thin vicinity. IH vl*». iting her bnithwr, Homer nml other r«l- tl))ft W'-f' Mr, .Mrs, turned Aiiimlay wcddltijj journeys« AM< n«rd Krickuon r«- evening from their TRAP IS SET AT GRAVE Authorities Plan Arrest Of a Mourner At Funeral Of Murder Victims. Mojinn CUV, Ml... Wo. 2i.—\Vlien the mlnl*tor him offwd the ftnal prtiyr-r at i ho Krav<'H tortny In the double funeral of John I*. . lto'ckfr>nnd his wifo, inur«li'*r«(l Snturdny night In.th^lr homo ho'ro a dramatic arrant 'In' expect* Anthnntlo report Is that ont> of thu mourners will b"« takpri Jh 'custody. Hulpit Qu&lhtaAH U home from Iowa when- he has been working on u drr d«re «nd will upend the tioUdayH wUh WM pur«?nt». .''.'', Mri*. C, A, Hmlth nnd son, Harold, left Tuexduy monitiiK for her old home Ladoga, Ind,, wherw she wni'«pt«nd tho hnil.layn, ta,b« jonlfd by ' ' to M. a. nlt», of -i'Viitun, inolorw W.edne»tl«y to do itomn Mr, and Mm J. U. Cooley vlnlU-d In 1'rinceton TneKday, Hpendlng tho' day Victor tl. Aiai-JPh, of HalUwk, Wins* former Tamplcu re»ld»!Ht arriviHl here recently for a month's vlult will) tlv*;M uiid fH«»ndn. He HtateH that cmpM were very thin yenr on account of Xmas Gift AND PRACTICAL THAN A Power or Electric Washing Machine STERLING ELECTRIC th« drouth nnd heat, til though it IN line farming and nt»qk country." Fre.il Sohuwer "has returned from ilochtxtter, Minn,, wham 4ie ban b««n In citiiHultutlun with Mayo Brothers in regard to hi* crippled limb. Tb« «»• amliuitlon tihgwed that he wan slowly improving. " him. ito»e Brown wa« a Monday for Handwieh where viKited her mother,' Mm, Bamuel Krp and 'her ulNUtr, Mrs. Thomas Wick* Mr. antt-^m. Wlnkena. Mra. crowd l« expected to attendT There are thnw KOIIB and flv« tluugh- tent, all married, and several grnnd- chlldrfcn., Tho aged couplo also, had many friends. Sheriff Closo and ptato'ij Attorney NUchwIte nre not «att»ned with th« cvlflence Jack_ and Charles, _ Thorha*. now held. Tho"«carchr for J. K. Adam, a fnrm hand, wanted for l>«Nnlng Hpnrlotiit checkn, -wan r*donbied today when it WB« dtwwerfld that the woman who notified th« authorttle* o hlH disappearance waa mlBRing. - William BwXt'F. a "on, announccHl that. tbe family had decided to offer a J^'.ooo' reunrd for tho arrest of the murderer or mitrdpr«r«. FAltM MAC'IllN13Hlr-~De<«rlnK bind r. "-foot cut; Deerlng mower, 6-fc«jt til; John Deere low down mninirn pwidw: n«;w Doerc hay londnr; two John l>mrf walking corn plows, one Kmerson and one Dt»«re nulky plow; two 16-Inch Htuhblp plowii; 1 SterlinK «et'd« or with KraHN need attachment; 1 8tor- llnsr hay tedder; 1 hay rake: 2 Bud« long dine*; 1 three-section harrow; 2 lumber wagons*; 2 top bURgle,)*; 1 U. B. cream separator; 3 »et« double work harnexs; 2 Mingle* hurnean; fly net*. MIHCBLLANKOU8—5 milk cans; aeed corn dryer, capacity 600 earn; *t»m« seed corn; some Timothy need; 1 tank heater; I wale; som*—liny in barn and other articles too mimerou* to mention. . Some hou*tt<hold K"od«, Including carpetn and i-room olse rug 16x18. Free lunch at 11 o/clock, served by Hwrle»«; wala commence* immediately after. . Usual tf-rmH. One year time at.. 6% from date *n approved IIOIPB. No property to be removed until nettled for. ONNO HKIU3NK11. Auctlonoer. II. L. Harrington; Clerk, .'Doc. 1G. 1C, 21. 22. 38, 26. I'tTBUO SALK—TUESDAY. DEC?. 2fl, 7 mile* east of HtorlliiK, I>lxon River Road, on old Henry Miller place. 14 head hor»e», including I black Reiding coming 8 year* old, 2 roan Bel inur^M. B yfai'x old. I brown mm •: rrvu -.I r>il! . V. !, (-'*!)«. ml!' 000. If. i Htf-r!infr .,; i '«*+ \r Mh Inn fr<-,m i4 v,'n.» mr I '•> • . * \ 4«* i MI-SCEU.ANKOUsS Fourth H!*>. UXJAN' BROH. oRfFfliSTRA ntll (',. H. I.ojt.tn, n*»I1 13S-lt« r.4TA«,i IORIIP cxpTnfns how w/ t»'f*fh th* hi^r trad»> .quickly, r0nH»d fr*». JM ... Hnrbr-r Polity* 1 , rhirnen. )89'-i!«l* A i "TO Finr; A NO THF.FT INSITR*! ilo«'« $1. Al«i> Anto liability. fiTi.l Acr-ldt-nt iti«tir;inr<\ U'Ul VIMI to «•>«" fnf*. Jonas II, I?nf>r. FOR RENT Full n KNT- MODKIt N UU,Vc W«*nt Fifth Ht., I1S.OO month. Jaft I*i)W*»r«. fli'll phone. FOlt "KKN'T—6-ROOMH l.V MODKRIt 7-room IIOIIUP, rlnn«» in, nultftbte bnuMfki'^pinif. Writn "M. C." n»r.fH<> nr call Unll iiOlHt after » m. " 144 l-'OU UI-JNT SMALb CfiTTAHB Olfj AVI-IVUP A. Rock Full*. $s PIT montli Only ilf-ftlraUlt* partie* wantwL Johniton Lumb«-r <'o, or J. H. CHRISTMAS PHOTOCU <tn HH— A HomcthliiK no but yoiirnplf. Spt-clHl |»rt<6 from now until fhrlMma* at __ 'Weaver Studio, over Obermllier'*, * TYPEWRITERS FOi ALL MAKES TYI'KWRITKRB rent or naif at Hjwclat price*, to milt. Write, 1 call or phone Belt * W. if you have office furnltuns' tytwwrilprn to B«|| ««»«> tin. TjT>t'wrlter Kxchnnge, £02 La Bldu, . SJtl»l< 'OB SALE--MISOELLANEO ^Va^^>Jf^J^*^^w»^**S^•^ 1 ^-«l«™*r»«'^ 4-v^^^^ J '^f^w"»-'»j*V*'>is •011 8ALK—TWO UUROC J bonrM. l'J«r|{«» roars** boni«d Adolpli Von T»-mpU>hof. Two of Rork 'Fiillx. Farmer's phali 144-1 'OR Khcldon, -OOOW SAFI3. CAUL 14 . . . bud Mlaa Hoaetta Btettdman expect to soon, to ,8p«oil neveral months is th« ERIE NEWS WOMAN'S_CILUB MET Club Committt*. H«» Sold 3,000 R.d Crow 8e«l« Todate, The program of "Klonaike Pay«" at the Kfie Woman's club Tuesday was uadly interrupted on account of, twin* clement weather, Casper Eehardt, of A reward of f BOO had bfl«sn altered bj the county, IH-puty Rtato Fire Mar shaln K. J, Hyan nnd H. J. lioan went to Motion City from Springfield to assist In th» in ventilation. Their inter- eat lies .In the fact that an attempt ovlcjently wa* inade to »et flro lo tbe house ufter tho murder. The tiro went SENTENCED AFTER CKRI8TMA8. Dftrolt, Wtch,, Hec. SI.—i^eaa tlmi one wt'nk aftfi- bin arrest. Dr. Henry A. Loun»bury in awaiting aentence for who wua expected to be the for the day ana tell of hi* life in thut-retflort was unable to.be prenrmt and nn 410 other provision hoB bwm nuiUt', only u aljurt buulneaa se^Klou Wa« hi'ld. . • Mr«. Max llenwood reported that Mho niul MfHciaineH Hmh Riordon and MurKan-t &lu«tt»e f compo«ing a commit* tt'o from the club, had wold three thousand Hed <;ru*w Mtuuijm and ejrpwt tii dlKpoite of at iwwt o|it» tliouwuil'.l u>ure. MI-M. KlUalifth .JJlmjs:, wbo wa» ap- polHtt'd dt>U'gu4u _io the Ktate fadt-m- IJoji jit jy[r}>um»..J»ut_WttH_ unablo to ut- tf'uil wa« on the program"' for a "report from tht* ftnU'rutlon. and tilled tbe by midlng i-xtructM from kindly furnltdied her by u from i'rupiu'tstown, An there wa« no eHM'fttil iiuMinenH to trunsuct, and only H Minull number prt'wnt the .tdjouim-d until Jan. 2, caused the death of Mr*. Mado line Kramer, 19 year* old. by means of an. illegal operation. The physician followed MM confession of lost Sunday with, a, plea of guilty to a charge of manslaughter before Judge Connolly, in r$cor4Wl», fcourt. Me will be een- tenced trfter ChrlstmaB. • , I»I«UD ARTILLERY LEAVES. Jndi«napoll8, Ind., Dec. 21.— Din patches from Qeneral Fumitnn naid thut liuttory 1), Indiana Field Artillery, Would start with the other unit* ns jahnn a« tninnportation facillttea could be arranged. STERLING BOARD OF TRADE Maxwell .M en i bo i H Open Wheat and Quinlevun •Uoui-d of Trade, t'hicago, III., Deo> _CJo«f 1.54% .S',1 SEE OUR SPECIAL HOLIDAY DISPLAY IN ROOM NEXT SOUTH OF^ GRAND[.THEATEJR, We will give away absolutely free a Superior Washing Machine \ Satunlny, December 23> at 8 P.. Call a$ the store for particulars Opeji Evenings until 9 P. M. SUPERIOR MACHINE COIWPAW, Slerling, His. BUSINESS MEN ORGANIZE. A «*M-ond imu'tlng of tbe~i i wv>ntly or- held Tuesday nltjht to perfect tbe or» Kanivutiun. Thu uftittt-rs uv» W. W. Miller, pre«id*nt «ind Attorney K. L. Bcott ' ' CHORUS CHOIR OROANIZIO.., An innovucation in the .Minting in tin- M. i-;. i-hun-h bus been made rwnt- ly. A rhorutt choir of'yount; pM>pit< iju« been orKnttizt't) for-th^Su«dBy r,v- ••niiiKM with 'u MjU'ciitl ttunUivr by on«' of ll«> >out<K ptniplc. At th« moriiiiu; wrvu'e ttn> wit.BiiiK iu by tlu* ri-», r ulAr choir, vuth u hulu l.y tuim* local fiiiiKj-i outMidv of tin- choir. l.ttNt Kuuduy Mrn. tin ttt.ioiht. -f.-it.iv i \\lun- lu- ha,-, t!l<- l . l- .in I; i\ Illi; A i it*' K port \Vi X.MU \ S. oil -tLiti-i low aiiil Kcf^ltMib -in '..Sin w.u-j (st) v ERIE iiRIEFS. " uriivcd hiiin fioiu Uuj't.. t u 1 .- d-iv I" mm Mi*. lHi [ilu- 1-.- V«-lV t-\p«-i i.-il :i( UK •, (U \\itii ,;iip l.i ! May 2B.67 $;?,»<> Iti.'JO it; Jtm. 215.42 1U.00 te.ao -,'14.13 27.46 l'tJ.75 15.S2 4 yearn old. 1 road K«-Ulln coming -4 years olrt, I boy mart- com InK 4 years did, 1 »orri4 tnare S yc4r old or more, 1 Raddle borne, HUnilur bretlrltro-pFdlgre* furniwhrd, l brow Vnnre coming 2 yearn old, Btandatt bred, no ppdlirree furnlnlieil, 1 «uck llnjf Qoit, 1 bay honrn, ali' but 3 or weighing from 1,200 to 1,500 pound* OS head of cattle. 00 head hoRH. Farm Implnmcnts. Free lunch at 11; »al Immediately after. 1^. A. Ridge am Edwin F.*Miller. Ed. Xiest and. Ira Rutt, Auctioneer*. Due. 21, 2 KHtlmiited 35,000 CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET. III., Jl. Wh<»at~-No, 2 Imrd winter, turkf»> Corn—No. 2. mixed, 92«? 93; No. 3 1-2; No. yellow *> 5 mixed, K81-2C/89 .a* X'» 4 No, 2 3-4SS.B1; No, C yellow, 8U<,?90: >'o, tl yellow, S8 1-2; No." S white, none; No 3 while, SO l-2fi-ai 3-4; No. 4 white, '." No. 6 white, 881-3. . No.' 2 white. 503-4; No. whltf, 4t/l-2S.'501-4; No. 4 \\htte, 49 sales, STERLING CITY MARKETS (Corrected Dally.) (MoHea Dillon Company.) New No. 3 yellow com Sic New No, 4 yellow corn .; A. .7B44<' White oata 45V|t. No, 3 mixed oats 43&e \\ heat .,,_._._,_.._. $l.«i Hya .....-..,,,~. Barley .-.,...,; .S6c UVE STOCK. (Plpiwrt Bros. & Co.) ateera $9.00<$10.8Q Cow« ,..:;,.. ^. Calves , , $8.00® 10.00 Shjwjp ., h , .16.0006.00 7 ft.00«9.00 Hogs | LOCAL RETAIL MARKET, Bosket Orocery.) Dairy—Retail, creamery butter ., butter ,,.,., ,,.,...,<0o Dairy butter « . . .3i«? 7* OP is CHICAGO STOCK MARKET. ' t'htaiK'o. ill., l>»v. -'1. ovt- AliM'd 1/ight . . Hoiirih «- a tile, K!c f«ttle l» ar.fn 10, l . $!• yi'd ',» '.t New V«8«t«bl«. • (A. }• Gerdeu.) ' lle»d lettuce, per head ... ........I0c lery, each .......".^.,..... ......6c! ''ucuinbers, eat'h ,, ISc 'ursley <•.,.,........,. ......... .fit* New potatory, pk , 50c tatopM, bu. , , •;. J2 M Kwc'et ijotatoes, Jersey, C Ibs JJfic lululmtjow, 3 lb». Kir "r«tib0i*p|«% fancy, <it,..,., i3c 5«'f«n onions, bunch .,.'.? r ,a tplnnrti, Jb. .. .j^.,, ,.«,.. 1SI&«' *eUn-y cabbage T I3f Sl|UitM.ll ---- , ____ I'urmley Dry onionti, Ib, .. KrUHKula sprouts' 'Oil 8AL15- ONR II, FLAT HOLTOI cornet, hlitli and low pitch, tin*, dltion, $35, J 1 . J, Hltselbenrer, 14J —fKNV CHOICK m J«rw»y male pl(r«. Call or pbon* Mitchell, Morrison. Both phone*« FOR SALE—1'ONTY. WKIOHT bn>kt» to rld«* or drive for^c Bell phone §43\V'J 1. 14414 IIARUAIN—FOR 8AUK—COON 81 Collnr«!lta. Junu'M Baf»r. B«?ll pfc •'oVerifoAt, tvitUfNuqrn. AJHO fine Ottf C31-.lt, ljiwr«»HC»"Hni&r>. 148-14 i^oirT SAl^.^~aK^^TLB \ Diuviii horHP." Horrel, weight 1,100 Ibs. 202.4. H. D. Walton*. 14 WANTKO—TKNANT i'LACB OI fnrm by March 1, 1917. Writ* Q," cure CJnaette, 145-14 WANTBU—TWO ROOMH FOR I4QI houHe keeping or flat, AddnutB B." caro of Oazette, 14 WANTI3D—HIDKSi FUR8 AND kiiuN of Junk, I also have a nice ' of Konl tlr«H at reaMoanble pr It would pay you to investigate fore nelliiiHr your junk or buylnjf t P. Manfleld. . •'-_• WAKTJEJD^JLJJIAIIM BARBER^ —worlrt'M moot • profitable Quickly learned. Write for cut 201 18th Street, Moline, HI., Trt- Burber College. ' WANTED — 8KCONP-HAND AI moblleK, will pay tlut hlBheat AUo well all kiiulH of ropuir«, f-i*t prlccH paid for al! kind* ar^l hiden, Mikiv the $15 Tailor. phoncH, HIOHIfST CAHIl I'RICKS PAID hUlcM and furs. MaiiKun's Shop, 818 Flr«it Aw, W ANT 1-2 n — W A 8 III N O a phone 480Y. Mm. O'Keefe, 80« Third Av«. .- ' Pi ~ YANT.JSD—SOM15 ONK TO wunhiiiB and Ironing. Must caj and return. Call Bell 563-S. ' LOST I^QST—ABOUT JOO BOOKS •rowed, but-- not returned* brJnjr liftok. o«pt.clally Vol. 4, Dei patmmt. U. D. John. 144- S. W. Lehman, M. Sptcfaf ipRciP^onSjiUtnt cli•«•••* of womtn and chi X»'\v lettuce, cu«e ,., , bunch ..... ,.. n pe(i|ierri, 3 fur ,:!*)i- For Best Service w& Equipment Call Forster & Sons run oral Director* Niaht C«U» Intaritct* Iff Day Calif 9 » OilO 1 i ! >ut) 'ilUl'i' tl Ult, I'.ll'h • • - . l.t'lnt'll 1 *. llo/. ."". \Vhlt.. Kl-M rs, Ib , 1 'ttlul. l «,I,I|M v K.l-.t-1-t MliUvU.f, !»• GLASSES ' COHRECTLY FlTTf'D Eye ,and HM'UJ Spt'v I *l.4i H»s. 9-12—?-% r. !»'",( St

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