Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on December 27, 1916 · Page 3
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PUP I III ft u* 5 f- \ s i M !•-• . * | s 111.,. | ,rui iifiii ?mii mit ••* I la JH'? -••'••v rrs ill rcirulnr prirr, floods, ;?! */2 r Sf! AN!) COMB SETS MANICtWKSETS WHITE IVORY GOODS PACKAGK PERFIDIES ETC 1 ., ETC. l ' Everyt.bintr is marked in plain figures; the bai'irain price is one-half. The Sterling Pharmacy Co. ,'!06 First Avenue C TAMPICO NEWS I •-• ! .'it III! -, , --ill ,. s. hi' ii M;!M :>!--.! i n JUNIORS WERE HOSTS , 't! !••'! ! he pin eh '•'• r to •( 11, k.-i 1,1 I I'l in' • The i "ii| w ,i t ii' i !-,'•)>! nn n\ I iv, a ; '. ' ( lie |.-i,lie , i .-I'!;-. ..i -i .Mi-ill • -.-in i \ . i ,:mi .:!."->.- i >, |i. • . - en i). Very f'lcriiantly Entertained Tho S<?n- i H' 1 '" 'h.--! |.ut j><.••< •;. tor* At De<;r Grove. i " The .Im.i'.i i of i!.,. T.-imi'i. ,, l|:.!ij CALLED BY TELEGRAM Hi hi"i| i>ni< i (ami il (In- S. ni'-r i ;,! l!:e ; \;,,, .\iina \Ve« t w.i- calhil 1-1 Kan- hoine nl Ivina I'l.lislti I >e. T i :t"\ e ].,•-,' s . ,,. ,- l!s 'nnirHilny hs a l.i.: lain t'll.- Tlmtial-i-, .\i-nur.- .\!u-.|'' and ;:ini'. ji,,,; |,,., ,|,.,| hi r "ills rM.-i, .Ml--. W)-I C. e|i |<- V ! 'I IHI a late hour \\lrell il i |.'| ., ],, • • \Ve,tV"'f. %V,IX ill II d>illH C0|l- diilnly t«u i,,iii"e I in- h v. as «-'-r\ i;il, .liui.n. Mi-, V.'es! ). ft at nn.'c in llic .'!'.. , • : .'.; )..,-.,...-I • ..-..,. .;.-'•- • •.. ,v. H-.'< i> M .; i! !,. f> •(• f|-.-;i, • - -I .-..•- ,-M'': 1 !-,"-^ -.n-i .- in!' i -i -• , -I" - .* riU- !)i-1ll --'in, i -| -: jt, f I,,- .-ri'1 !-' -IV-I •<•••: K<"'.\ :'\V '••'" l r l ." ••-•'••»\'<• '•"•/ '•' M. . i M \V. -,'•••• -,< •-.- IM :•: >.'. ;.. -p.-..! !h - ' . .Ml - .foh V, . , i- i- !.,! i!. a |.."-. i . I •, I- • • 11 \ i i! • • i ;. ,,.'"' .- I .ai ii- !i J: :!>;<! hi-- .'•!"!( 1 Mi- I;!|IM (!,!!,I'll V*. '!•• !'tl,St\ I-V !! hu' (>•' - •-' i.' ei t" I '--I ' 1 '<••;;:•. low:, \^ ':, } • ! ' • , -, V, : ' > VI I ' . . \ • i < 'i : I I ' I Ml :'' ^. Mi .-r A.,i - I! iH 1.1 i'; oph- tt-i"tt ii ••!•• it,-,I h. i l! i. !,.;. .Mi ' I l.-ici. I->i.l-r. !a-al!i'|,f-ii i. \Mti-i-?;. nii\.-j an.l incinx fur (lit- iust i i. in ni' itii'l finit ivilaii t>{'f\ i'i\ \vilt> wlilj'j'i-'l i Main anil i-aiiilir-il < In ! - I |<-i{ ,-Hlit i. ill' |n| ! ! i'> Si'i'ill|(4 IMIUJ-'I 1 . '.rii.vsi- I i«-«i-it! '-M'n- Mi';-,, -, ; Murliil <;i<-iiii, I. Mil in Hnllcnli ii h, 1 1( t tniilc I ;iii, u .~l! 1 ii n. Mai Ida I.'atl, i'ii. n <> Mi 1 - <'!<i'ii>, Xi'ttli- I '.I .1111 I I 'I. (If Hi 1 MnlTi'll. . I'lit ts. l-Miiii I'i'itK. 7.) la A iiili-i MOM unil Si|iilii- a:nl .Mr>,vr.M. I if. i n Hlp- l<|f. .Ii.hn ninl lltiin-rl I >,, Mi'. Ii.iimlil KlilMin. Hi-inv Knlb. t'laii'nrr .Mi Niilly. t'lyilc MI -riili -ill nidi Mar I'aia-nt. GAVE A BASKIET SOCIAL School Teachers Providod A Pleasant '/ Evening Tin- It.'tMii-f Mu'Uil and il,<nee mlver- tl.Nt'd I" hi- j:ivcii hy MiKse.M KHen t'ol- HHH anil Irene I'rii!.t> liM|>e-i of r) -,'K'hlm: her .«i.'.!ei wluh '-till liv«>«l but hint vcrv littl-> ho|>« -ill f .Nirs. \V'--avi-r hail ofl,-ii vi«iiei| h'-ic Hiil had inanv close flit tu!-i Who \\iil it-t: let. lii-r M'ltouH llliieMr. ANOTHER BASKET SOCIAL A ha--l<i-t K-oria! anil iirotvnun \van- i:iv«'ii l r "ihl:i>- evening at tin- l'li-n--aiif Hill rcli,H.I where MisM Ktlu-l .Sinilh tCllclll'ri. llf-HJlllTl till' l>H«l{rM, t'hlist- m.'iv ^ifts xvi-re nuhl anil the money taken for the school. Tin- iittemlitticc wiis t;oo<l iti *jiit«' cf tlif othrr Httr-n lions nn the MI me evening which of ••oni.-je vMiuld tak>- sDiin- away. CHRISTMAS EXERCISES Chl l-l lnas exciei.sex wen 1 in-Ill at I In 1 T;«tn|>i'''i ehurohe*. the .Mt'Lhotlist anil ItttjitiHt ehuroheH hnhlliiK theirs mi SMurilay evening and the OhriMllrirt was slven anO the v< dies clinic <nlt a little t«i the i;m>il nn the nndci'tiikiiij,'. Mi** <'o))ins tcachew Weft ffinno ami M!SK Doniiluie nt the Ohumiilini nehool. A program was fiivon Jiy fhf pupils of each nolnml aft- which the i IM were MH|I| and •htirrh fTlviiis. ilay oV'eiiiiiK. their i.n Siuv- hy the Sunday M-hoclH unrl nli^-ly dec mated trees and room.s addi-d to th pleasure nf (he orcriximis. mind the Overloading the Stomach Cause* incomplete Digestion, Weakens The Sy»tom, and Bre«d« Dyspepsia. Trial Package of Stuart's Dyipeptia Tablet* Free. (iliittony i« MS \ tic a win as druiik- I'lini'H.s itnd il:< oil ivHtilt, 1 * ale mole Ii'irihle ami fur moie rapid. The hu- liiun nynt«-i4i tniii.'i into the stontuch and alimentary eaiial Ii'oai 7 to :!f. (wlUlldw 111' lli^C"li'e Hlllil e\eiy I \VCII- 13-four huuiH. 1'iiiiti y.'in :«iomn«'h Willl {'nod and you exh.n^t lhe.se jiiH.'<-f, It your hloiiiacli caiinut iliKest tin- food hei,HIM- it lacliM Juices to do it With. \ oil Hh'illld either e.ll ll'S.s or l)»«ke HUM e H'lr.ll |e litilil-i. ' Si u.irt'M 11'- •! cp i i T.i i>l' •'. i 'ill 1,1 iii iinu -c die nl -• "in- ;,i a in ol \\ hi- h 'A ill .ill- tu-nt il.dUii KIVIIII- oi fii".! \Snli Slli- ill'll III" i'»'il eft'-' Is of u\ele.i!inK Ill't- teHiiUcil. for !iM;-.e hill" Mi'leis u hell (Us,j<olv e.l Mi' l> to ill all Ihe ;;oud !l"lll il. Tla> won't nJiandiiii lilv .sli'inach and l'-a\i a ii!a."-!< of (U" aylm; timiSKi-Meil lonil to pulrit'.v anil lii'itutt the ni.i'-iis iiieiniinine liUllia. Tlie>- ;.;lie ^ii-.iler i|iiantltic* I ' of ua«lll< Ihiiil. Help tile I o I ei-1111 eH "c n - ! '•''•" "»• 1-I.HMl pn-^-n- ,'.,„>..,.-,.I.,,,, j'-^ ^^ ^ and nliiHons . while .'.li'tsd. MI.H > >-i he; Illule I. ..•• h, ,'U| it i, I lie U -O "I llieSl 1 ' iiiidcts YOUTH HAS LONG TRIP The einht year did MW nf Mr. ami Mi'M. .MeKeni-.ie I'ierce nf ("iinada arrived here Monday forenoon alone after an eventful Hip from lilx home. The trains runnintr hehim! their Mflieiluii'M miide him In- 1 *- nul al SI. I'aul ami In- was nh'.sm-d tit detyJir to Hni'k Island win-re In- viMtrtl over Sunday al Ihe ili'lile nf Stiles Tierce, 'lie cnjnyed the trip very much and did not i-a-em to i ience at all. TAMPICO BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. Conroy of Illinois, are .vJHitlnc; thin we(-k at the lioni" of Mr. and .Mrs. K. I*. Dawxon, Mr. and .\1ri-;. <!ullifcr niu'l thrc-e i'tdldien of necalur are vlnltlnK this \\eek at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. I'. l);i\v.-on. Mr. and Mrs. (Jullifer and thrw ehihlici'i of Decatnr are visiting this week at the home of Mr. and Mr« Thomas Dillon. .Ir. I.eo Winters of I'hica;,'!! visited rela- H\.c_s in tin:- vicinity over i 'hi i.--!ma-<. MISHCS .hiliit and Helen Shechan of i'hica^o visited over Christmas al llm- home of tln-ir mother, Mrs. Michael Hlieeha n. ,. (.,,,,I ami liU'e.si i I'avid Mitrpliy of [\iyeiipni t. vlrdtotl |lhlf- Week at the holiie uf his molher. I Mr.s. IC'ise Murphy. 1 Mi. and .Mrs.' Jl, S. Sueet were l-'ri- jd'iy morning pasneimei'M to I'hlc.iKo jwheie (hey Mpeiil the ilay flloppilli;. Ah H. lOarl Kllroy and two children -HI lot l-;rie Salui'da\- on the local rlMUMM with liei cil'i III-. Mr. ir.l Mr-.-. I'.ert Smith and .son. M.-i I I'lojihei'-iown. spent ChriMt- l|,l,-i. :ll ...I !:'•-. tilC.Ul III ;V,.s ,|,|\ HI III! llOllle^l Ml';'. I'llli; l''at.- HUi' I. : p:i.-" ••" lens-, pi i 1" A, "i ."-.-nil i ,\ aiiii Minnie Koiind. if., > air ,ji I'!'" iiM'l .1 ,;;•-•'- aiiil we| Hi:--.-, \e--ta Deni.'-oii w.t- a MoiidaN' Will ,'.li' SIM - lil ' ! i. K li'i- flee h.S jesvllllin |'a.-seli^el |o I '! oplll't stuSV 11. lead A'i'h * •"•• .'-' A f-'itiart t'ci., ^ 13 u lit re ;di\' ^J^IU'U a few tiayx ul till' H'M.III liliii. . ,si.:ii<h:rti Mi'-h. ' liujne nf Mr, ,'m4 .Ml'tj Ji. i'. £iH>svii. Join a Sunshine Party I .' i n I- il. \V •( ,i' ! . 'I.I i. !- • a f ! ' '!; : I ' : • l i I :. -i. I''!"! ill, \V< \ '.-Hi; i I - • Go via the Burlington tvu. i 1 '. Di'Murray, (*«n'l f't'll nlll:.- !" HI'- ' -li ! ;'.• ' \ • llilii •-'-!'l:i I Mi ..i.i Mi All"'! ! !'.:i.i -• mil li!l h il.l M • !,!> I \. - ) » pa •' " I,:M i : to Tlp!o| l-.-,v.i i ''. :•! i '• :.!'-!'' I-, .•••!,en,I a f.-w i • I . • I : . i 11' 1 t • • i. i I 1 S t '•• I i> iii "ii "I" U nine- xva i I.... - ,. I; li--| YH. -alri\' -if - .'! r,r,; :•'. tn-l\ . .Montana n hi" p M i m--. Mi. ;1lnl i '.'Illii': ami "I li'T reh<- ., \. i • well pi. a "ed with pin n.-i : : MI .';' -• u '-!••! n h'-lii'- Mini i>- doliii.; SSell. .Mi-.v: :/;. ii .Mi'l'-i '-on h fi i-'ihln\ , veiiHii !" • p'inl i'hi i-ii in i-' viic.'ilinn ll S e| olil liolll'- III I ^pwol III. loWa. Ml-. I'alllllie Ii, H'pllle.M W!ls il l'"ri- il.r. e\-i ,i!!ic. pa-."i in^i-r for S.iv.inna to \ i-iit i • !.<! r. i - "\ ei ('hi i>lma«, Ml'i Aune- (',c-ii ainl --on came out from i'ln i!.'." Sunday and njicnl I'hii.in as il.ic with her piMiit^. Mr. ,11,<l Mi- i> l> i H.s-ion She letutncil Si h'"r woi i. on T>ie-ila\- nioininic. Mir— i:\ii\n i'le..-t; ss.i-' a Moiidiis ev inn;; pa----!,".• r to !':opliet.'<tow'li. when --he ssill -ipeml her holiday vn '.-.il,'"is \\iUi hi t reiatise^. Mrs. Ma»;i;H' Winters SV.IH an arrival here |;IM \\ i , k from her home hi Schah-r l-i\\.i. ami '.\i!l .spend some Itni" with !n r .si.«tei.s, Mrs. M.iry Ann HI nrikeii. Mi ;. ,1. II. Daley and Mr.«. Ml-*. II"-e Miiipii 1 . i-i en.Io\in^ n \-i«l! from h, i .son. Will, hin wife and lit- !ie ln,\ fioiii North Dakota. They report a M'rv haul trip here- thin year •for the ii.HIM wen- all I,tie and HO 1'ioivdcil tliat. it took them four d;iys In make the Hip home. FRENCH REVIEW (Continued from Fagf One.) I nd canned Trance io hlec:l utter ex- !:auw!io;i h<-for<> \"erdun iinil T'IUI helM'eioV'h she SVCIlId 1>(- tl|r-;| p:shU> (if further mihi.uy eflori. IM-spile (his hoa..! and desp'te the losnes which l-'i'.rm e nndcnialdy MUH- taineil lict-irc \'ei Inn, HM»" liunc'iel i.n Jlll\ In. Ill > .-lilii cljeii with til: j-'ilC- llFi; : he i.llen.-'iv e 1.1 il tin- S'llllme. U'li:. h Iri" n« ver IM-II. i-'iecked tor .t shush 1 HI-MI::. ii"i n which, in 'iddith::? to ill lie villa »>-s alii Kli.I'iid leKiiili«'d. all ihe IOS.-I--M in nead and \voundcu 111- l!iei,-i! on tin- enem\, Ihe l-'renc!i t't'.v.- ),el\es, oi'li pen ii nt of V iiitl f h(> Ilin:li;i!i h.,v. il ii,i 1 . 'iic.e iap'Pr ,1 ovei; 1",.- aln'i pi-|.-.n'.>M •<. ,i,tr :',»" Ciili'iiiiri and 'am i; „ : ,, \- : i:>. •.iiil con ini tlr.it this V j;;i I en.-' < '"e'll i . e oil I he S'.!V tU ', U ilicli the (ii i nan-. I.' ol h"isled 1": ai» " Woili I never h- •• >!e t<; launch a* a result of her ins!":i at > erd'in, that r'rniK f un 'let/,he • i; la.ic-'hed e v -fi|i -i fti-coll-l fif- ffiisUc, ills time ehoofiny Ilu 1 »j«"l - iiiar.'s I.,', n M"-I hi at Verdun svhei-,' all of '( lei'tiMiix '•: f,rcnt InfiMiti'i' and su • Hll(is ^.tll'll^. 'i had I" en i me : ( Miatc'l ;o|- eiKJi' nn alii:-. Tins oil.-n >i\ -.' !-Vaic'e I ii;:i.-hcu nil n lor.;:, without the nliKhtc*. help (row an> oi hei \illt-.H and curried u lo jsild; a ;• i.-ci.shinl coin-fusion t hut 'hf 'icr- nii:ii.-i \slUidn-\s fro-n ilu- t-'ort »( VntiN nil!'« ii! c\ ,-n li.;lil IIIK. . \\Muh tin-* ,«;eal c|iei'atinn it; \ (>r- '|un leiialin! to the t-nllri 1 »' Jfld the pr-eseiit militarv Hirvuxlh if l-'ra-ve •ii'ter o\-er iw.i y:-ar* of nnprc' •Miclt-nto,l \saifaie H re', i'.iled also to me inort* I'Xperi i • eH .'i I'll 1 milila; 11 ci iic,-< of 10m ope. ' MimetllHIK e.|llllll*.' ll'lpoltallt. anil llial i«- thi- ii-.'scnt miitia r-> xiMilun of l-'r.ili>e. Alm>:-t vsithou: exeeplion coin;H-ien! indiur 1 - cinic" ui>,l huihoi- Hiis iu l-'u.iiipc are unitniiuo'iK PI <i>-- cl.il'in" tin- r<-ellell oll'-llsive al \'el'<lun one -.if tin- Pi".-l ivmark-iole inilltaiy l pi latC'll ill ll;e WoiMV !.!.-, 'IV. The o!ifti-ise as planned, iiuTuh-d ih,. lal.im.: • !' oxer hall -i -lo/.i-n po>i- tioii-). .-in li a" llandioniool i Juurrics. Thiaiilli"nl 'mil l-'oiiainon'. i-vel v one of ulihli the 'I -I mans had lie,MI u efk:-; :iit'i iiii'iuiis m en pi iirihu. itnd ev ci \ 'Hie o! Will, h uolild olllill.'Illv h- ("II- siilei e,l an "I. lei Ui'' 111 Its-eU lor a f'.l'e it oll'en IV, moXiioeol. The Iliellnitni'. of a.11 111,-.-,'- i-tiieelive- ir. a Kinijlc' lleAe- m< l.! all-! Ihe 'il'tainmi nt "! lliefii ill .six. l.oui-. of ',-.1:1 is'i.;. is (.iiii-'ilid hy f-'iU'i- [e:,li 'iiiii-- (" h,i\e only lii-en ( <,s>il'!.' ',,-. ; he alii inment "i' a •!• ','-1 '• >' "I i-o•>i dni'ii ren P, ii-., ; n ip.latill s\ iiillllevy .,-,,1 i, i ;,'.,-., • in-', i 1 liet.'ie :lt'.lined .pllletil "t. a liei;! ci- <,| I I "! Ih ! : e!:. h i ">U- ' .l,.,vs-, i-Y'ii,. ion, !•!.1 !hc fnlll- p ( ,i ii- I he ! i i..- n ,... -., p . •}..,. ,. ,-,, ,.!,.. ,,,.\., -..!,,.. ,-I!,,-.! -, i i,, ,.f .- ,.. { ,.,,,, l.|l| : .-.n ,1 - 1 - ) ':,,,. ,. r ,.- , , ' --. ,,-,- n... ; ..n.oin' .-! !! r ' ;,;.'. ,,'-•-' ,,,".,,,...,1 ,,,, J'l ',<>: " !1< 1 -• ." t.,!., M'. t'llllt M \ '.!'!"-» .•• \"' I •!-!'! i -,e,.l '• - -''r .-'-,-' <i i .'.i-- ..,-, 1 ,-i! I" '-i ! pi • • la :ei! Ii- i i- :• mi- •' pi • -jiin •• i-'U ; \\ j.|. t'-.' I .'I-!: MP -.' ,:< !l.e ; -|, -r '•• ! ,.' ,, I.-I , VTtllj io. , l,f. ! ', ,-!,. h pe.,p'.- j \V(-:-- <;.*,;'•••:> '•' !«!,"! !-|l', (lie I '.Mill- <-,' ; ? "t .1;; i • ! '" i r h' • H 11 k " i i: < ,1. \ :i - -• .' i.' i s ^-: : it iiu -,!.'••-• ••! illll.ir'. h,-il:k poles' T ! le-| (lei ',i pertni! da'iie io rirr m'ii in !i'-l i |-e,li! ,tl 'i ,»:i'I Sii- : ee ii,e :-,-• iii!" (.; !!ipi insiialien lt)!-< li< ill ! IM poltveil II!',' the I'.jliiU ol l-'i-ii)'.- ,--'. I, 'Me.oH-, mi.! imini -he,) :i\ i i - Ms.f,, of I I.'Ml IIU" ijoliiiri; II Week Yel despite '>H '.li'it h.id I'e.-n IniUf-'l In IM-- !'i,|-f tie lloaillu:. of the ICCPPJ I" 'II. o-i-ej- .*.," lleli.llllil liolla!-* ^Softh of S'iU - <s"rlp'ii-n^ (o tt»i 1'ilter \veif 1 paid ill :.'oH. N,,t only Ihifi Inn duilm; III" Mliee Meek« thai lhi» fiu'i^r I iption was linn!; imte« w.'ifi no' onlv mnintn ined, ha: < \ eri niereasi d, leMchtnK ->ne wr-i k iii'lai-- Wltl'. (Ins military ftftiRih dlwplaved )i'.-plined m h>-i- (iiloln-r lonn, and h-r isev, i.ihin^t. together uiih lie- nsoiale i ihe arm,'- nnd thf ^.srit of Hie civil |.opnl!itii<n, l-i'arte<- fi-r'is that fsiic e.in loo); fi-rw.ird In I '•' ! ~i with Kfi'.lt i heer Mill Mle.'K ilopCH. TEACHERS CONVENE Several Thousand Swarm to Springfield For Opening Session of the Ass'n, i Hy I'liiti'd Prows.V SprinKlield. Ill . O« < . 'i~. •—• }V't\v*>«>n ive and six th'.msatiil "SchnolrnarniH" 4vv.u rued intr> tlif* cisy today to he on i.-tnd fur the o|K-ninK ."t-xxion tonlKht if i In- sixtv-ihird annual coiu-ontloti of he Illinois TV'ichcrK AS»<K iotion The •ninentlon will c«jiiti»'Ui» thiii' il ivn. All tniiiialiotlH |n,iiu to tin- most In- :«Ti*Mtine tiiui ^dncntionitl <^invention -Vel- hr'id liy (In- MMMnrfntlnn. Of t hr- lianv ii'ii-MiotiH to In- difiillKHi-d liy tlif* •(invention, thrc-'* st«nd "ill proniiiii'ii!- y al»e.\f -ill i In- rest Thcv arc: i 'cnsnU-i uiii'ii oi rciiKxlial li-<;l. i 'l:m(.n o un.Uu- llic cniifiisinn <iuiMed hy the <>cent lifctMiiin nf the Hii|>rcnH» enurt n ilpciuciiiir tin- HMl hin'i school act nvalid. I>js«-ii!«,Mov. of IcKl^lat ion for Ht'itf mil county uniformity of li'xi hooks. nisru.sjiion of tt'io adviintHi^i's cf...>'!• atKiu-'iI traininK- Tlu> It'tiislalion to ii'inedy the iliKh <chriol dlslrii! ('(tiifut-loii alu-;t<l\' IIHH ti'cn diawn up and will he pri-centcd ncrt-ly for iliMctiK.shm. Tho IUMV lull iHdical!y from the old measure OKI court hHd invalid The new ill! ji!;\<i>s th(^ 1'nndn. now held hy the initx siijt'i'inteiidi-ntH. into the hand»> if ihe lociity (n-iiNiin-r to In- dif'trihut- •>! h\' him accoixilnK to law. ll al;<o I'l'iU'ldfH the I'lltlrt- .-.(ale .sluill ihide liy a. i-erlain .-:s>;teni i-it v atc<l hy hr hill. A coiints ho«nl of education ihail In- eleciei! in eaeii ctuinty. u hos-i- luty It slmil he to iih'idt< tin 1 enmity nlo hish Mi'hool tllmricis. l.ollt actuul l-otfiitial. An IK tnal lm:h school iiHttlct :-hall he "lie ill whlt'h n hi^ll chool acnuilly is inaintaiiied, A |«>- »-ntial district In ivnc Kidlitldy ariaiiKcd D hn\'e a Hchool Ititf-r. I'.'.'i' h ol the ilMrids-. :i<-in:il and po- clltial. tin- hill HtateM. shall elect a lislncl tx'aiil nl' education \V!IOK<- duty Tlie Comeback Tcstlin Clothing Von can sell a man a suit once-- through advertising'. flr'll hoy again if the garment wears well If i! doesn't, he won't romc back. Sn, "OVI.T claim" advertising is bad morals, had business and death to future sales. It's diMVtvnt with a j^ood suit honestly advertised. Each customer becomes a regular CUstollKM*. That's why wo feature Mart Schalfner & Marx clotliini'.*. Bradley -Boy nton C/o. Co. H ihe ai lu:ii <iistri< Is this lax Hluill it- UM-st (n maintain fh<> hiitl) £choi>l ml in liif I'.iiciiiial ,' ii.-i'ii in |>ay th Hi \\Hhm llic (ti.strjct who cli'Mi'cM tu ,ut-n,l u high school in mi actuul ill* rici. PAYS TOUJVERTISE t'i' had hi't-n jn,iy- at iu-iUiim- Ini a rlt'.-. (hi- ,\i-v. YoiL Tlie liule ilni U e.u'lt ,'Velll lliv Mslel 1 , I'll \inei ii'itn The "'.lie! Inollllllf; lu'l Illotlu-f I'e.'.d ;U; !h>. paper. e.\- lilillii 'I ' 1 .-.< ,.- Ml',-,. .-'liulii. hi, >i liille •I Iu; !.!l-l . ' "ii-'W do sou Know thai'.'" ;i-i.t,) ihe i 11 i.! "1 tc.id U in the ji.iiicr." asiHVS'eiid le- Hi"!!.. 1 . "K> ad il !o UK ." - mi I i"- hi I h- 'i').,' .. Ml r l ead' " i! ."Mr,;. Sinu! tlii-n.-lll n LAST BARGAIN MAIL OFFEE The Bargain price for The Gazette expires Jan. 1, 1917. Until then mail subscribers outside the city of Sterling and Eock Falls can secure The Gazette to January 1, 1918, at the rate of 21 cents a month. No subscriptions taken at this price beyond January 1, 1918. Last call. Ella Wheeler Wilcox, aftor witnessing a performance of the play, "Any Man's Sister,"' at the Olympic thewtre. in Chicago., said: "It is indeed a wonderful interpretation of the real life of a young girl alone in a' large city, and cleverly described in «i m,'tn % ner whicfi tjitmot offend anyone." Academy New Year's night. f"" - '"' ' " A ' !hts nloi \-. aiid-ihe .-iiis«e;- of the ft< r- I A «jr-rTfi-»li»*»^l».Tmr< I '••'' 'iiicsuoii. "UhPli (>ne Shall 1 .Mar- I AMUSEMENTS j .->•••• i.,-.-,,,d".« ,.„, ,„ ,.„. ,„„,• ,,,u. r ^- ... _ J e.sMiu; ( "ineih diaina-- nf ini.-! a^,-. - pi oil -.a ! '..'ii lia.s I" en in.oli" under II ei I .on i ' id \\'. I ;.-v, (.mil .1 lid ,1 H,,A:I!,!. .ihd lii'M- lli.tii.i^el ;i pi us pled i', \s Hh a :-ta«t lull of i \ i h,,: i - lini'jii' , eoii'i i ill ami «»*«•***«•*•*****•****•** • : The Realm of ; Christmas Fancy •*•*•*•*•*•«•««•«••*«•••*• "WHICH ONE SHALL I MARRY. 1 " The iincMioii thai is foil-most in tla- mind of ev«iy man an.! iveiy \'-oniin hurt heell rielei I'd a.- Ill" theme |oi .111 .'ilit'Koi '|i al pla> (ailed "U'hP'h i'l:' 1 Shall I Mall\ .'" which \\ dl he :-c« u at the At a<lclli>. i'lld.O. I',-,', -'.' IIH auihoi. Kalph T. K'I I tei Iiu;. r-e- n'Cti d the tlieioe nea|-e-;l ihe he,ill \-\ ft'inlnlnily and mas.-id,nil N'. \\ith Ih:-.- tla-mi- he has v, OM-II a loiipinn-. .-!,,!.• oj Ihe lose of one t'.H'. nnd In r t tk o lo» - ers. John Itland, a v\eai!l;\ mill i.-wni-r. ami jack Hart, a >e..uu- ,,,,n ,.f .ma- Xo the rcaJma of Christmas faacy I must speed away, away, Where the elfs of joy are dancing And the sprites of pleasure play. I must go where gentle fairies Whisper softly on the air And the gift king waves his sceptei •JOHH-MI.-,i> ,tnd i.-vc ii,r mull, r m ; ...- O ver Wettings sweet and rare. iler (o.. inati>" ipo'a > , her laiii'-r u . . . .her to in H i \ l"i e "I'l,,- I'l mm . i ion \\'il!i Ilii,'-, miei,-- -i in;- iriam.l.v ll .inthi.r in-- i ,-\ er; ,-ii lo an -.ilh";oi ;,•. pel i"d 'Hid ha.-. rMiioiinded hi-, h-\ f..toi\- wltli, a unit i i.I!K...lion of t! menial fmide-i o for mat I imo'i '- liV GONE! HEAD 1 Childhood's realm of Christmas fancy Once again, shall feast my eyei With the old time love and rapture, Iliri \IAOC HI H i Q With the old time fond surprise, Anil nUuL uLtAll Iu the flickering- hearthstone shadows, In tlie music and the mirth, First tJOSC Of "PapC's Cold C.-m- Ollcc "train each dear remembrance THE MUNICIPAL CHRISTMAS. Had lt» Origin In Germany *nd Ic Spreading Here Rapidly. Tbc folobrutiou of the "oommtffitty ChrlslmiW Iu tills country orlirlnatcd in u illiiiifT table fonvcrsation of a of artists In Now York Iu 1012. H t>f ilio group, A youug mau who Lad jti^i retunu'il from study lii Ger- intuiy. was ontliiiHlastlc over the com« munity fivdlvals there, and tb0 trana- of the ot'lfbratkm to the HliitcH had ItH birth at that' HUH-. Tlie tlrsl conjumulty Chrlatmaa irce hi this cutiutry vrua the Madi»on Biiunr« "Troo of Light"-In 1012. Vart- OUH factors In tlie life of New York »a n coiutiuuilty contributed to the ar- rniicoiniMit uiu) tinasu'lutc of the tre«, Kiut-e then the oustoai has «prcad to hundreds of oifles, towns ami villages, which hnve adapted the Idoa to their particular neeiln nnd ctrcunistan^ttl anrt plan to maUe U a permanent e«« tablNhniont. The cuotoin has existed in Ciermiiny for many years, is tu fact nn i)Hl (Jernian tradition and "fest," Spet'ltii 1 Information as to "whut to do and how to do It" in plnniilnjr and or. paiil/.ltiK a community festival may bo obtained by addresslm* "Tlie lYee of I.iKht," i'ostofflce Station CJ, New York: city. Chrittmac Itland. Christinas inland, in the Puelflc ocean, Is BO named because Captain Cook landed there ChrlHtmns day, 1777. Christmas Time, by Borne KUV th:',t «ivor 'guhixt that Wherein our Biivlour'sf ,blrt)i iu celebrates 'l"li<j lilr-1 of dawnliiK tshiKetli ui! night , And then. tlH'y gay, no H|iirlt dare nbu.>:\J; . • The iiighn nrt Vftioleftoiii*; llu-n no pound" relieves all (jrippc misery. Speaks good will and peace oa earth. In the vi-alins of Christmas fancy I sihall very shortly see *" tin- oiJ. I'dovi'd incrp.orics i-ddeu rue. u und" faces, No fairy tiilui*. nor wlteh hath power K eh.-irni. Bu Uallowt'J aiel ^o gnu'loiia Is the tinto, —"Ihiinlut." Act 1. 8c*n* I. Que«r Chrietwae Dinner. rich was thw i»rlmo dlah at diniu-r of tlu> Youag -•;,;;; ,., lU H f,. w yenr:* uno. Mur* fl'rtful ,'.**)' i>ei;>"tia were avr ved oias I'irJ. llrtstiiute For the Treat* tnent of Liquor and Drug Using f H.iir . t ....... . i?i't i 1 -. i" ' i 'i l « i t!i'!'.i!trd thoughts ./ £-*» Whi'r MW Ch'h^u-* :• ' ' ? -., ; .: ^ . -—Lur.iV.u S:;-!ti-.-u iu New iifiiin-Jiiiii'lv—ii" cwiiinrmfns; no u>e ol £1,.,.-. i!.(; t - ftl tluii^ruiiiJ. iiiUgS- I (CAlMirjjt .:.\ • :•.::.; -i', ,1 ,,,.!y l.,y iLillrJ. kiiidly t-hy. ll... . i'i-'.rnr.t SUlruuiiifln.ja. iL.ir:^e ,,-.: . I ,( 1 .!•»! i\t i.;iUjj Slir) ln-UiiUi-.'-si. h..,i':l .-• -.:»», I,J-HH ci,«<'.-irf. V i'ii* *'••-!»». / ... I • t..<::•*!. ''...^^.!^ : - / l tu^i.-fc-=..' , .TH.K KHII.V JSifJlUU - l>»i«L*t, 111. i^sfeaiiJ^^

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