Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 2, 1928 · Page 6
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In her youth ^he wsa brouglit to her Ixird and Savior in holy baptism nnd was also connrrocd in the Lutheran fnitli. which f&lth she profe&.srd until her rnd. In the yrar J.H70 she migrated to America, Coming to Ottawa, III. It waa here that she was united in holy wedlock trilli Christoph William El.<wnhuth in 3S7H. Thrrc children were bom to this union; Fred Eisenhuth, who passed nway In 3901: Mm. Fred Bcrg« of Sterling. 111.; and Mn>. Christina Bnick of Loa Angeles. Calif. In 1879 the husband and father war, taken in death leaving the widowed mother w!th the three little children. For four years she lived in this widowhood caring for lier children ns best she could. In 18S3 she was united in marriage to Caspar Lickhard of near Thomas, SI!., the marriage being pefformet! fcy the Lutheran pastor at Prince- fton. 111. Four children «ere born to this union, two sons and two Daughters.. The two sons died In early youth. Henry passing away In Infancy and Louie at the ago of eight. The two daughters remain- Ing to mourn the passing of their mother arc: Mrs. Frank Burcn of Clinton, Iowa, and Miss Ida Lickhard who was with her mother in Xos Angeles when she was called in death. In her last mariage she adopted the three children of her husband as her own. They are: Mrs. Henry Eaudrock. George Hekiwrd and Mrs. Martha Richards, The latter passed away a few years ago. To these children she was a real mot lifer, caring for them as though they were her own. specially so after the husband and lather was culled by (death In 189-'. Thus we we that she had her trasses and her sorrows in her life time, and muny trials and hard- Io%-ed and respected by all who knew her, because of hrr Christian principles «nd qualities to which sire lived up to at all times. She was a member of the Lutheran church nt too saw many days of Merging and (York town until hrr death, .faithful joy and at the close of her life weiln her -lulics toward her church at can sny. "The Lord has been good'all times. to her and blessed her in many things." She maintained her farm near Thomas until a few years apo nnd when not on the farm herself she always Jived in the vicinity. About two yeai'H ago ahe went west with her youngest daughter because of her health and last spring went to California to make her home there for a time. It was here that ahe became 111 a few weeks ago and her age being so far advanced all that human hands could do for her was in vain. None other than her Lord and Master could relieve her from her' suffering by calling her to her heavenly home. She was Oil Light and Medium PENNSYLVANIA Per Gal. In barrel lots. Get our special prices on more and less than barrel lots. Telephone 920 Chapman Bros. Miller Street, Just West of Gas Plant Beside her children and step-children mentioned above .she leaves to inourn her death five prnndchildrcn and_ one great grandchild, also four step » grandchildren and two step- Kreat grandchildren, and one sister living In Germany. Thus may she. after her many years of labor and cares, years of Quality Shoes Always At Lower Prices r H Jirins; m, F. TS '••sis.tTTIf T r !«f»mton.~- AMTmsn T. 15. TVfthv, sh M. P., r.rwnl hH rff-rni vs.rs- Jn ret>! f.mining for tti» jTort.h- irm cif Pp-?'Jftment. ?*?> In !ii« Ni»c.ks.nilt.h shop at. relieved vapors SNUFF a little Vlcks well up the nme or melt in a spoon or cup of hot water and inhale. Medicated vapors reach the air passages direct. For other cold troubles rob Vkks on throat and chert. ICKS True, it's early to buy the ready-made gifts that anyone may buy—but it's just time to prepare for that most personal of all gifts—your photograph. A sitting now solves your most try ing gift problems — give* ample time for careful workmanship. Chase Studio Photographs live forever 3SO Locust St. In repairing and remodeling of women's fur coats and fur pieces. We have been doing this work 19 years in one location- turning out satisfactory work to-all. We call for and deliver. .Tetefkone 132 Chapman, the Tailor fKiif' We do not sacrifice quality to obtain a price. We give you quality shoes at these low prices. Our smart styles -meet instant favor. Shoes That Please at the Sterling Bootery 322 Locust Street STERLING, ILL. Next to A nnabelle Beauty Parlor i Just Arrived Car of Eastern Kentucky "Green Ridge" lump coal. This is a very good grade and the price is right. i $9 ton We also have on hand 3x2 Franco ........ $7 3x6 Franco $7M Lump Franco $7.50 Telephone 937 C. O. D. Coal Co. Cha8. Yeagcr, Mgr, Office and Yards, 1 Block East of "Q" Depot, Rock Falls Winter Is Near Equip your ear with the necessary cold weather accessories before the snow flies. If j your car is properly prepared you won't mind the winter driving at all. CHANGE YOUR OIL We'll put in the proper grade. Hoiv Is if&ur Bmttery? COME TO BRANTS FOM inn* Tub** Branfs Service Station ' End M Firft Avenm The Old Methods of ARTER AND TRADE v „ . barter and trade. Since time immemorial the world has indulged in some kind of business. Trade between nations and individuals is the foundation of civilization... w M business is the network that links together our greatest social and political structures ..... yes, barter and trade is the thing that makes the world go round. » : All through the., ages the fundamental logic qf buying and selling has remained the same ^ M though nowadays its finer points have been mar- -yelpQsly embellished into various finished and polished forms. -% Classified ads, small as they are in size and cost, have become the giants of a new kind of trading between social forces. Gone are the old ways. And unless you have had actual experiences you'll never know just how classified ads can facilitate/your needs. No matter what you want to/sell „., r ; no matter what you want to buy ..„,,., . help wanted , v ., rentals . . . endless every day buying and sell- economically through Gazette^ Classified ads. The maifct you are trying to reach sits in the lap of our classified ad pages. Our readers are reliablelbuyers and sellers. To see a classified ad in our paper is a guarantee of its integrity. Make use of them as others do for every need of barter and trade. Two Phones, Main 42 and 43 v , $ i' 1 ^!

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