Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 4, 1928 · Page 3
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 3

Sterling, Illinois
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Thursday, October 4, 1928
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f>ATi ~ f *%-**•< HSnflfrx-"V.s-a , •gasp*" 00 You must see it and learn what modern conveniences and facilities mean in today's home building, and, too, know at what reasonable cost the new ideas in home construction can be had. & The Last Word in Modern Plumbing and Heating Anson A. Dietetic installed by Stanley K McKee ELECTRICIAN Spartan Radio . "The Pathfinder of the Air" > $11 E&tThhd Street, Sterling, 111. Hundreds have viewed it in the making—They can now see it a thing of beauty. The firms represented on this page, have made this home the Gem that it is—All of them can help you in the building of a home of your own. Deep down in every man's heart—in every woman's soul there is a strong desire for a home that is their very own—a plot of ground with a house on it, at which they can look with pride and say: "This is OUR home." Today hands are stretched out on every side to help you build a home, to show you how, to keep you from making mistakes, even to helping you pay You may not have realized it, but the whole community is interested in helping you to become a home owner. The three words, "Owns His Home," are the finest testimonials to a man's character. They show him to be a substantial citizen, a desirable neighbor, a credit to the % community. The home owner is master of his dwelling. No one can order him to vacate, or raise his rent; he can make alterations as he sees fit, and any money spent for improvements adds to the value of his property. His family feels a sense of security and finds a stimulant in earning and saving to pay for the home, in beautifying it, and making it attractive. are a model in themselves. Always used by the most particular people. Better Paint Store A. C. Conde 120 W. 3rd St. Ptwne The home owner has a constructive aim in life; he worlcs harder and spends his leisure more profitably, takes ait interest in everything that makes for the social and economic welfare of the district he lives in, as well as the community at large. Above all, the love of home is one of the finest instincts and the greatest inspirations of our people: Model Home Located at 1510 Locust Street Erected by H. T. Harshman _^ "Wilbern Forge" Quality work. rust proofed in , Ookmtel.DutcJi Colonial, English sad Spanish designs. Forged HSag» ffetea H. * a L. M&W friends and me Sterling Motel ff&me now as it will be open for Inspection but a few days. Wilbern Share and Forge Co. Rock Falls, Hi. Our Customers find it a real pleasuse to live in homes we erect '- i. Built Right - They are Right As a eonsequeaee. Happiness is Mutual, . - <u H . ^"- Harshma n You Too! Can Have a Model Home, at Minimum Cost, if We Supply the Materials. to -Allfr r the buU - di ^ mate ? al Iine for this 10 KOOI— All from standard lines carried in stock in our yards. The materials used are nationally advertised,. known and guaranteed. Simpson-Powelson Lumber Co. J*r&«* p P°S

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