Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on December 29, 1916 · Page 6
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December 29, 1916

Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 6

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II! FAT ;TI DIO P of Li Christ rv ( r !• I- ehnrth 1*1 < ' ' tw» furnS«h d * • t 1 -^ r • ' wrt wfiil ,' > tf TI e ' ' i i ' »!Sy fine Rev, Kim*'"''- : r. tifiMor Kim,).-. H. in-'-' «t 9:4?.. >.ffirnlns:«,«<•• 1i l> o -.« !'.•'!.'• Ewt»5ni? s<--rv>re 7:S<\ nt « !il< h !;!>!?• th* following runrrr! will (.<• uKc*: Mlwt VHma H<r,r(, )il?irti«(, .-ifii-U'd 5>-> Mm Bssl jL«!!.srf<-K."iw. 'Ml. J. \V, ,I"hnM<.!i, .lijv.'or So!'*, .Tl»" l;.:idi;int Ht:!r, I"!' ><<« Mr«. Tvirl l,"i<rf'H< .1. » T f '<•<'" T r'• * t f* f f'i t f fs T'j ?5 H T" V t ' I nt f h^ r'st f> of ?!! « "' '' month, No «uhscTip!-^r c tnk?n nt tin? price br\ond .January I, I'M 8, Lnst call. 'JV»ritf>nr« polo. Hfhrilrl. Rflrii ...... John MrrniR Hruwn. ''lii.ji Chorus. IHMli J "fifth lnt.i !>;>> - ("l<« Hojinino obilKnio .Mr." \V. H KrMr J>uet, Fur !!)»• I/md Hnth f '<>ml'.'M tnl f'7vt'l> n !i?nl Aciiff Bmu n, »n Mn'ry .Mr.NHl and Hr"-a H«< Hluill 1-W.I Hit Fh.r); ctinit Thy Ijii'li! IH I'nim- ("ti-iic. MI«-M Vcnv H!n>i'«t< r, < ti^Sr polo, Anil TlifK' \\>ro Hlc'i-lionp -- Mr. I'.ianl t,:i'idiu t'hortl-t, Hnil !<> lhr< I.'>r.r«< Aiminfci an<l roilc'cil < '"H!» i>oVUt Duel, H«> Tho Virgin's I.ullahy. snto--.Mi«H !!••',« i; Cow with I'tndr ,'H-cnmi'!iii\tiH't>i iMipf. Hoorn In My llojii t'for "Tin-.- - Mlftm Hazf-I Pfnili and Hf-ini* Ml own Final, Aiirluln— riMinm rlmlr. • OFFICERS INSTALLED Mn&onic installation Held Last Evening hi Club Rooms. Th«» MnKonlci IO«IRI> hr!d Jin li)«!alln- tlon of otth'i-rs In-! «'vi tilnic. A vi y lar«c ntliMHliinrr was lurNcut. Tlic ln- McMillan, !i*nlntofl I'V TtiHt. MIIKKM C, Kadcl. Jv. '•- Pluin'f, K li. (S After th«i li)Kti)llatl(it) tlif tlmo was In it nodal way uttli riiiittii ntid rpfr«fhmentK. Tho following ot!U-t?r« W. A!.—J. A. Kmh',1. 8. W, : -\V. H. Itrown. J. W.- O. 11 Trailer Tre.an.---K. K. Hwab. Sec'r.v.-~J. i«. r>lmerlrk. Clmjilln—Paul Me A Ulster. 8. D.—H. D. Andrew* 3, !>.-—K, J. VelrlitR. • 8. 8.—II. H Htreet ; 3 8.---W. W. Murray. Marshal- R A. Slakenian. OrRa,nl»t'—il H. How* 1 . * ' Tyler—YV. H. Kel»ey. APPROACHING WEDDING MiM Corz«tU Wo«t And Wetloy Goble Will Bo Married Soon. Twin C'llli-M frlfiidM llavn received in- Vitatlons to tho wnrtdlt»K "f Ml** <'<»r- Wo«t and Wrsley flohle, both of ileo, whieh v>ill be h'-ld at noo'li January loth at Outer Villa Kami, the horn'.- of th" bride-to-be'* parent:*, 4 X Mr. and .Mm. 1'. 10, \\Vst. Moth younK people Imvo many frlfhtlM who all join in ENTERTAIN FRIENDS. Mr. aiul Mm. Huwjirtl I'lum-li rnt<>r- itt dinner toduy Mr. iiiid Mrs. Mr .!. \V .!,.|,,,,t.,.,, ,!!,,•.;!,,;• First Pjsrt-—Prophecy, i:. i'. !'l'."!. '!"!;•••!>' {•-(>:>!! < '.'.Kl<- :>. StMI •M] Ti'l'V T> ! !j:'7i :•-'•>; I ;i Jin. Ti H't V.' In Th" !,->!<! Mi-«- Madr-linf Smith and "heir •-•; i.ii!!.. H-.n fV.-imifiil Ar<- the f '• ••< -I ilirn ,M>.: !,<.!;. j;.-<:ui '•hf.il Part Two—FuHfilmsnt. •"'( ! I ;•' in •!> !;f,n!ini: iind IViiVrt !iev. I, A. Help The JHiiininir of Use Stitr. piii'm Ml'-' 1 I .iiiKii' I;. <, i.din. Mr. i°ru«». A !.|!">!ii. <-in. !)! :ni'l c'i||f"-l i..|i. U< . it , !.;i«". The AnRel ' cibr!' 1 Mr. !,.-v, if H.-i)n-:--'.f,r- It. • it.. ••.>!<[ ;»!••,. An,) the ,\m;< I H = >M i •(;.>!-!!'«. He Sh .1! H" (ill .<tt < 'limr. 1','ind, M.«!.V NH:!it Choir. ( 'i.|iti;i|!.. volo, Th" Triif !,!«ht Mis* Julie \V;i!.| Kf'-it. ;>. lt«. And It (',-imr< Tn I'.tif. i»ui t, i..' i !'«-• N..W <;.•• .S|!fi(<(« Atklnx and l-'if-v. S.ipiMDn mill.. And th" .Shepherd.'* K"Ini n.'d .Mi'«t AlUi.ilK. fli.iiiiK, This In Ho—-t'h'>lr. Hnprmin R"|'->. Sleep. Huly liat'i*-- Mr.t. Iiaymoixl 1'ettlt and elmir Ki'-.'lt.; hac» and ftnln. Anil I'ehuld There Was a Man Mr. !><dbert Wrlsht. l!«N'it ,, tenor. Now When JPSIIK U'a,'» I!..in Mr. Kl..\d 1'Vy. ,\ln!ii< elmMiH, Where I« Hr Ueelt , lenor. And, 1^.. tho Star- Mr, KJoyd I-Vy. i'hi'i-ns.'HlfSfCd lie (he KlnK — < "h'dr. i'and, KittK.«. Tlxdr Threefold ufTer- ii\Kt> I'.rlnnitii; —('holt. l-'iiiul . hum*, Uiory to <J"d In the 1 ImlieMt, IFallelujah < 'ln)ir. The Morn of Glory. • - II, , CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Rev. Thorjio. pitHtfir. Sunday Sehofd, ;i.4;V I'reaehiiiK Korvici-H, Sn.-J'i; s<ub- i»-.-(. "In thi> ('liitrlifH <if tt)«> Oreut Tettipter." Kndfiivur. tiiHO. Kvenintr ••••rvirc, 7: 30 iVrlock: mihjot-t, "The Hit h Fool." Kverybody IH Invltr-d. FALLS ON SLIPPERY WALK. Mrs. Kay McKfiixk" «ll|M"''l «"<• f 1 " op. tin* ley Kltlowntk In front of tho ihetnilller stnro In HterliiiK N\'edne«- lay al"(<f*rnt>nn. She MiiKlatnod Kpvrnil ijniiMot. about the arm ami. tduttilder rtitd wpraincd her thumb. •*. i - ,1 : v - >! " . ! ' <''::!•:! !n'i i ->!'., \!, Mf. M.:'.:- I'.-". 't ! i'^ !t"l'. '!"! I " % !"»' *,U^n H.-.f ,'f i ^ : :'•; : -' ' c-lii. ill . f Ins !i;.'t '••ii 1 ...i;- i «<i< f.-r . Jr-t... <t\ n >•« ! " ' ?it m-.i nun: .-md \< M I. ' Inek Mi«. I>ntii:i 1 !.•' !•'! '.•,-«(ffd:i '> •' ".Ml I'':' '' ' ', i-Ut :) ! th" h"Ilf ..!' i ! lerfifn.'iM SpT . !>tl eh..ir !-"i' ti !|..!-,;>! . hni.'h. 7. "" i- . Mr<- f hi -ill r ! .-neiif ini: |('i' ' '-'i.' ' - f et. \ l > th.-re !•;, i h> •-' i e-'i-. f.iMi, r Mi.-- ,(--• I..-\'' li'i'. . I- h' !" V !">!!! i: II I' 'I.! .(.din Mi Iti'in >• . v. h. f* ! «•« •- ~ P » fi' T Tft {-,v ft ml I fl ft ts rc Sn thp for pliitr .- .. i ' '«.1' urer:a ... k fh.irp " },.f t ( li|M tll-ll II - . !.<!!!^ • :.ll'-d il'V.e •••; "f h' ! ,•'• K-, I l-il;>!:d. i.-.d !"i;CH!« h.is hfen \ < i y N,.' \ 1 /.- huve M.Ue. th- I!', • i- K, Inr X..' N,. 1 IN.-aC* nut i .1 !••• d " : n |-i i T;.(|..r • Th" itifrint . hild cf Mr. and Mrs. l-'i'-.l Hnt!tpbif\- i-' vi-i\- low' v, ith pii'-iirnoina. |> )i < 'rinvidine. uf li.iinn.it. si-eiu tile day in liiin cily "H bn.«ine«<M h. A. \\'h( id.H'1. ni-i-nt Thui."diiy Is Trtinph'•(> on b\i."di',<-*•<• Mrs*. K.unier find Mrf l-M ciroHs-it wen! to Miirion, la.. ><'•*!< rdiiy to at- t'-nd the runcfil of a neice. sWm <m !hf» rrfil tftnil^. tvhi. -h \t on" ('f tft** flnc<st ttnmr-!» J<]RTP<J. nil! 1H was nf on? <>rd of ihn fftb'p a HH'f* e^ihiSofd s^H with n UOT f'ti rnHU'f, r. at t?»> oflior (Ijlti on "WhRt'dtrl you n»H m«7" I "I didn't r«U roti nnjthlnc;." "You finld forty somfthlng 1 . It didn't sound Hko Iti^r, bnt you inaj- fi»vo in- f»»n']v<1 it for Boh." "I*ffir me, how y«i do hfm You'll b<-(tpr g-e* an enr trumpet." flh« won the pamo. and we p to tho npxf. I hp<t galnwl nothlnp by inr attempt t<» introdtifft a IOTP inngti nnd had given hrr n l«r,-> ^\'o rach mndo the fame nnrnber of points anil Phil cried: "I)*-- nee!" "That's !U!0 » girl," I pnlrt. "On<» momont yon coll me lovn nnd tho next T r»v wit I or } ri j* r I'.it<-''|-f fo fr-un yist to Hif.irf or )f'~'s \«i( 1 INVKSTMKXT or MoRKl THAN HALF A BlUJny IXiT,- '. LARH IN' nriLUINtiM AND A T!Hm>OF TIIK VKAH. ; Hv fnr <hf ^rcnt''-! rjimfh in nl- fion^ of fhn f<>un(rv xviMnn tin.' ln°l decade lins l.ioMi irs HH- pimmifr ?<•?• ! pii'ii':. 'I'hf>?o pr^.oKHH, (iri(ii!!allv i]o-i for flK' benefit nf {cticller 5 ! ; ^,,1.1 .,„* „(!,,.,.! .-. tt-,, .?.._, i "I've railed you Bho m»<1o R point and snlrt, "Van- MYRTLE WARBLER |! Plum Henry of ROCK FALLS BRIEFS Mr«. Chan. Keriier and rhlldron. « I'lUtiideo. are Hp.-ndiiiK the day at tin mine of .Mr. and Mm. Amo.i Havor- itli-W. Same high (.-tadf fahrh'H. Same i-x ellent lalh.iiir;. Siunc mivinK. now us- il\va>'«. Ml'.ic. the Jlf. T*ll«»r.* II. I 1 . l-:iinead..if. « ho haw been very nick, is now linpnn ins Hctli liniv h;is Itonit* from , York, Thuudoro Knuik. Mr. and Mr«. Cliurfti ant) family. 1'niu-eton, where he spent a few days with friend;;. W. J. Sowles D. G. Co. Cfc Blankets and Comfortables Ail wool blankets in tan and white plaid, $5.00. Tennis blankets 72x80, in grey and tan, $2,50. Soft fleecy blankets in grey und tan, $1,50 and $1.25. Full size comfortables with spft white cotton filling and siikolirie covered, $1.75 to $2.50. Feather bed pillows made of fancy ticking, GOc each. 8SB .» '('In- l-'ord quaiily liU'hri ilr.nYs4:\ '<•' npL'i'-ttl<iii and iiplu-t-p sin 1 l-'ui-d wilh tlie new feal»te>s: laiKe radiator ;Uid viu-1'.'Meil fan, wtn-ainline huml: i-n>wn fviider.s ft-ffn 1 - aitd real', and entire black filiiMh, i.** oiie of the mohi attract ive I-UI-M ..n tin- market. These >iu,u!u<n in ciiinldnutloii -\vllh the titn.iller puiclmse pi ice bilni; the l''onl witiiin the jios.-iihilUU>.s'ti| nearly everj h..lne. Why Torero tin* pleaMirn and i mil'eniein e of l-'oi'd travel .mother ilaj '.' l i '.iid pi u c.-i ,-n.'.uii it'du-<d ,.nd Small expi-iitit.- nf 111 lVl"S! !!i lil'.ill-l' < ..I '. ,1 hie and neivi." I»r Inminei-M an •!/ ple.t>'in v, f>ticiu;lli o| ion.-'U'Ui t i.ui. riimpliiuy in drfclKVi. l'« n! |-'.'i'd met l!s. l"|jict- jntir .-I'd. i" ii.'U Touring >';ir Sii'lu. | ;uii,-i i» >ut };H"', A'.'iipiic', f.'.n.-, T'i\sn i '.i i- '^;.'i',. Sc.iiui ;...;> t' ... h. 1 i.-U i'H. i Mi > :•','• a I Samuel Frank Rock;, Fulls ««*a«* "H'n nil niT^-ftntngti with a girl," I remarked. "Hlw> cnn mil R fellow 'love' nnd not menn it, -whereflfl Jf the fellow dw« nny np<w)nlng he's tield to a utrict ncconntnblHJy." "Ttiat'u only when he's a iloslrnMo parti." Phe enforced tho words wllh n ball that hit me in tho fnc«, "I htsro made no such prefenae." Whether it wan the ntinjr of her words or of the rnlnernbio little globe, tliero was Borne nspcrity in my dis clalmer. "Who accused you of making a pro- n Length, Bvo and oao-hatf litch««. The Bimilftrly colored Audubon'a warbler baa a yellow throat instead of & white one. Range: Breeds throughout mont of the forested area of Canada and south to Minnesota, Michigan, New York, and Massachusetts; wlntora in the southern two-thirds of the United States and south to Panama. Habits and economic status: This member of our beautiful wood warblor family, a family peculiar to America, ha* the chnnicttirlHtlc voice, coloration, and habitJi of its kind. Trim of form and graceful of motion, when seeking food it combines the methods of the wrens, creepers, and flycatchers. It breeds only in the northern parts of the eastern United States, but In migration it occurs In every patch of woodland and is to ournerdus that it Is familiar to every observer. It* place is taken in the West by Audubon's warbler. More than three- fourth* of the food of the myrtlo war bier consists of insects, practically all of them harmful. It la made up of small beetles, including some weevils, with many ants and wasps. This bird is so small and nimble that it successfully attack/i insecia too minute to be prey for larger birds. Scales and plant lice form a very considerable part^of Its diet. Fllea are the largeat Item of food; in fact, only a few flycatchers and swallows eat as many (lies as this bird. The vegetable food (£2 per cent) is made up of fruit and the seeds of poison oak or ivy, alao the eeeda of pine and of the bay berry. Improved Star-Flnder. The novel star-finder of u Sbangiiui inventor has the form »>r u |mrati.»l, Wheu tint imrapol Is. opoutnl ntul Ita . toward- i'oitirts tlio i-hurted upon stiek is stars*,uu<l Its covering an. loutul to hav«- th>» siuno iidailvt) populous* an In the- wky jverhead, h.) thai lindiij,a tlio eelt-Jitlal >bjei - ts IM eaHy. His Uis..overy. "! have finally iliseo\ereij ||O.W to isve a t;.'..d ilcal oi MHI -.tit of iir^uitij; war, laiiil, relt^ioit. (ndilii--*. tic.' ,• :.i.- i-;ij.i-lly and ;r-d (In- vsirh.ijs .1 I ;. ,'. i iist-d i-.i .• :; . =.'.ii. --.h con- i.- ,.::\ >i l'-c{.- !!! I i i 'ijl'n-r i i!-i- its Thotigh I waa endenrortjig to turn the subject from tho gnmo to Hocno- thing very noar my heart, I roulil not gerlotjgly accuse her, so I made no reply. "Tlmt'8 the end of tho fft." nhe «n|d. "Shall w» piny unothcr?" "I'd much rath*r sit ?jy the flir." ' fiho tosued her racket on the table and, going to the fireplace, stood he- foro it nibbing her bandu as 4? they cold. They were not, aa I mx>u lennu'd. She know what was coming, and It rattled her a bit. Rather, I should any. she hop«d for what waa coming. I had worked up to tho declaration point a number of times and ftuck there. It's one tiling to tell n idrl you love her whoa she hns bwn struck by lightning and folia Into your anus in a critical condition; it Is quite another to do tho-deed In cold blood. At any rate, my efforts had all been failures. "Why did you Intimate," I asked, go- Ing to JUT and leaning BgnlisHt the mantel over tho fireplace, "(hut I am not a desirable partir "I didn't." Stuck Hgaln. I looked through the window at thu snow piling tip in drift a. If one finds a tank difficult under certain circumstances ho thinks It would be ensler under other olrcumotnncea. I was In a comfortable room with a cheerful oj>en flr« before me, but I thought I could get out what I wanted to way out In the snow, "Let's go out and snowball, 1 * I said. She lookiHl disappointed, but acceded to rny request Bho donned a warm jacket and a woven hood, and we sallied forth. "You stand there," I B«ld. "I'll stand here. You throw the first bull at me." How I was to make a proposal while pelting her I didn't know. I hoped something would turn up to help me. It did, but Phlllls turned H up; I didn't. Phil made a snowball and threw It at me. I dodged It. I threw one at 1'hll. It went wide of the murlc. She hit me oa the chin. Something—perhaps It was the sting—put an extra amount of force into my arm an I threw the next bath I couldn't see that it had hit her, but she put her hands to her eye and sank down on t-ho cold snow with a moan. I ran to her. "Phtllls, dear! Sweetheart! Forgive me! I am a beast to have hurt you!" I pulled uwuy tier hand*, and she looked at me with Inexpressible sweet- I killed* the wounded Now, that eye should have been either inflamed or cold or snow wet. It was neither. A few bits of unow were un. her shoulder. Tho snowball I liiul thrown wan squashed agiiltiBt the fence directly behind her. "1'JUllltn, dear, let us go back jo the library." I supported her Into the house, and we stood again before the tire. "Oh, .-Phtllls."'' 1 I hud darkened that dear eye foruver!" - iSho shuddered. "If 1 had 1 ghouUl huvo devntiHl my llfo to y»u. Wuuld you havu let lueV" I drew the sofa before the tire, remove*! her wrap, nnil wo tmr'«to\ui tn tho happiest hour uf my life. The was done. There should bo a «cho.il for iua wh.i tile tli.uble.'l vvitli l.afUy h UU<I i-oihlprUhK' i;n-Ul.-ll n ble'ilitl l-t ' ti.y a Jib for One Mar,. •-';!,-< i::,r..;..-,{ii;, j- -! ; .'• 'lin ( •; l-':i; i.-i,.:;i iv h-i - n !'. Americans Die Young Because I hey Live on Borrowed Time By Or, WriJJAM LEC HOWARD, f, r/-.ffaf.- Th injurf J. p T HE tr A in r ir,nr4 (! f u« in is thnt wr live on i i ! , \ ?; i" ••. 1^; t or ' t 11 M f i • 1 f» f i ^ t T i\t sT'f'i > T .* p VKAHS:. ^f r , n ,,,,,] t ,., >)7 . ' Hflv vrrtrii of lifr. ! nf fhr. Tt ,j,,-!,i nf ., ' : firxl ifn> r nrf • THE HUMAN MACHINE IN A NORMAL CONDITION CAN DO GOOD worm AT SEVENTY-FIVE YEARS OF AGE AND ENJOY THE , RESULTS AT E!QHTY-FIVE, >I:i y (V-r ;< ff-w tla\i' vricntfoii. Wiping Out the Townships If a man who holds an auction and fails to use Tho Gazette for properly advertising- the same wipes ten rich townships surrounding- Sterling and Rock Falls off the map what about the man who year in and year out has goods of any kind the farmer needs on his shelves for sale? The farmer holds an auction,once a year. The dealer in any kind of goods has them for sale every day. If it pays the farmer to advertise his sale how much more would it pay the dealer to do the same thing? Of course the farmer must bring his people to his sale. He may be located on a cross road, or in an out of the way place. He must bring by his advertising—and he can get them no other way—the buyers for his goods to his farm. The local business man on the other hand can sit down and wait for some other merchant to pull..folks,to town and in some way get along without much advertising. It can be done. The Gazette does not hesitate to say so. But that kind of a store never grows big. That kind of a store makes a living, but it is not the house that is renting larger quarters and putting in new lines — in fact making big money and branching out into new profitable lines. That kind of a store wipes ten townships off the map so far as its own pulling power is concerned. It wipes the possibility of being the one store in Sterling in its line that folks patronize because they read its announcements in The Daily Gazette. And these ten townships are right, at home, surrounding Sterling and Rock Falls, the real trading territory for the stores in the Twin Cities. Jf every store in the Twin Cities would use The Gazette to make some inducement for the folks in these nearby ten townships to come to Sterling or Rock Falls to trade they would draw tens of thousands of dollars worth of trade that never reaches the Twin Cities. The farmers in these ten townships know what pays them. Other farmers have advertised their sales thoroughly in The Daily Gazette and have had big sales. They are taking no chances of wiping ten of the richest townships in Whiteside and Lee county,off the map when they have a sale. If the business men of the two cities as a whole (will decide to do the same thing next year the volume of trade for the two towns will grow by leaps and bounds. There are many ways of reaching the public but the one way that reaches the most people at the least cost'is The Daily Gazette way -that much can be demonstrated over and over again. Any house that has any kind of a proposition presented to it J^r any kind of advertising will behaving, money for t'hefn^lv<\s by permitting The Daily Gazette i to show what it can do before closing.a deal Certainly no man who gives any attention "to advertising can afford to wipe ten of the richest townships oil" the map, which is what they do when they fail to advertise iii The"l)ai!v Gazette. I \_

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