Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 4, 1928 · Page 8
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T 4W7^ t' 5-1- — •, -v "." i rwrf in « H. far m rtf Th» f Mr snsl ,«,{} f^-py^^ J. triers itf ^-,- fin Mr n t. t.5n- <*ornw»v, Morrison. Many nf f.hf frmpv. T?-t.'=h th*m' Jcsr in ih^l OBITUARY In thp rsnidiy changing human events and the sudden »nd wn~ Joofced for ta*UMroph«* 4h»t carry with thnn thf-ir tall of 'humKn llvrs. •sr cnme r>uf» and agnin (o Uw qtitet. p€>««ful Imtne ubliw of a humble chHd of Gred. to m H is Ufcc thp trstlmmi.v of Hw> «tjrt. oom*m- iHK him. who was no!. ff»r God took him. Thf pesrr ful-tTtumphant iS*- parture of a tnw chUd of God, i« one of the convinrltiR teRUnKmicA of the IWKTT of ChrisUnnity taut Uic blcs-sinj; of the Christian life. To live in Christ and to di<> In Christ is Uie liteteat possible crptjon of !ifi» Inrd on the earth. HctUc Rutt-Detweiler, 'daughter of Jncoh and Fanni? Rutt. wa'« >»rn in Mt. Joy icnmship. Lancaster County, rvnu.. Feb. 20. 1850. She departed this HI? Sept. 23. 1B28. at the home of her daughter] Mrs. L. M. KjIhoEner &Hi Sixth avenue. Sterling. Illinois, at the ago of 78 years, seven months Rnd nine days. Her parents. Jacob i>a1 Fannie Rutt came to Sterling wn*n she was 14 years of age. On Nov. 26th, 1868, BBC w-as msrrled to Joseph? B, Det- wilfrr. In 18S9 they moved to Batler Oounty, Ncbr. returning again to 1906. To this union the following children were born. Jacob and Henry of Oleadale. Cabf.. Irwin of Qoahca, Ind.. Ell of Eureka. nL. Rtubcn of Fort Wa>Tse. Ind., Elsie, wife of L. M. Kilhefner and Lottie, wife of O D. Book of Sterling. j Her husband and one grandchild' preceeded her In death. She la sur- ' vived by her children, 27 grandchil.! dien and three great grandchildren. | One brother and one sister also survive. Henry Rutt of Beverly Hills, Calif,, and Fnnnlc Dctweller of Seattle, Washington. She was a devout member of the Mennoalte church for many years. Though her path in life was aot always strewn with flowers, she Jrsed her hfe In » Sood conscience towards God and was held In high esteem by those who knew her best. May the Holy Spirit speak peaca and comfort to our hearts, while we Funeral wrvices *;erp held on Tuesday afternoon. Oct. 3rd, a bHef sen-ice was held at the home of her daughter. Mrs. L. M. KUhefnsr. conducted by Rev. s. S. Blough of the Brethren church. The eenriees proper were conducted by A. C. Good at the Science Ridge Mennoaita churciv -.She- was ose ef the oldest members of the church and widely known in the community and a large number of relatives and ac- quaintancea gathprt-d to pay a last Pile Sufferers You can only get quick, safe ai.c. ustirig relief by rernbnng Uie cate* —congestion of blood in the lower bowel. Nothing but an internal remedy can do this— that's why cat- ting and halves fail. Dr. Leonhardta -Hem-Roidr- a -harmfaaji tatjltt. Is guaranteed to quickly and safely banish an>- lorm of Pile misery money baeU. Bickfords Pharmacy and druggists everywhere sell it with this guarantee.— Adv. One Dollar Buys HEAVY UMON8UIT8 Come In and see them other wonderful la men's furaishingi. + i,,.-,. -,„ •«=^*- Sw" S --i^^f %^n X "^ ^'-H^ ^^arf" ' i i fjfjli** !( tl * 1« i f| M. t*» h'tn thHr Th«t *s* cm erj? -of tb« day of stotwmpnt. which te cms of the most farrwl rtn th« Jtwljth calendar. Do'All Feet Alike? It, has been said that all feet look alike. This, we think, depends largely upon your shoes. There's difference— STYLK, FfT and QUALITY $5.(M) tO $6.50 May We Serve You? Sterling STERLING, ILL. 322 Locust Street Next to Blum Barber Shop On Your Garments ; an<LEasy On You if We Do Your laundry Work Isn't it tho sensible thing to send your wash where efficient machinery and effective methods transform soiled fabrics into fresh, clean clothes? Our process harms only dirt. What about that soiled suit or frock? Our Dry Cleaning Department will revamp it and make it fresh and sweet again. The Best Service Pomiblc " ef All Times Arcade Laundry Co. CLEANERS & DYERS 210-212 First Ave. 29x4.40 only Goodyear^ sdeutificallj Wemther Tread matches tte GoodEyear Balloon Carcass (made of SUPIBTWIST cord). It is scientifically designed for Balloon Tire use. Tho sharp-edged diamond-shaped blocks are placed in a semi-fl;it design. They grip the road, they retain their usefulness longer than any non-skid tread offered heretofore. Long, slow, even tread wear if? assured as opposed to the "cupping** and uneven wear so noticeable in many other Balloon Tires. And with these advantages of traction, non-skid and long wear, this tread is perfectly quiet and does not produce vibration. Let us show you this tire. We have size. AUTO REPAIRING—WADHAM'S OIL Sterling Garage . W. Munson, Prop, end W. 4th St. Tele. 470 Galloway's Millinery and Ready to Wear Smartly styl^J, of all wool fabrics, and the newest-patterns are outstanding features * s of this sp^ial deimrtment of ours. v. • : We have gone chain stores one fetter in our stylings; we have eonfpeted with a manufacturer who makes a mtieh better grade of clothing in his shop, to tailor th^e suite for us, the net result is a wonderful suit and overcoat for the price. Come in and see them. ' It is Not WHISPERED -But Publicly PROCLAIMED Dresses tet& the market To Boynton Co* judge the at©e!leaee of our Presses, don't listen to us— to what our customers say about them. Value* hard lo du plicate tit $16.75 JMHLLIMERY « tot that is diie«a<l

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