Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 4, 1928 · Page 11
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 11

Sterling, Illinois
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Thursday, October 4, 1928
Page 11
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ft* * ,«*<* "is. <* <- *-U*+e , « BRir.rr. YORK A8KXD TO ? ""-"""'I R-wkford, III, Oct. .|tto(^ford €*p*cts New York CRy to *flft*#-Bert Hassell and Parker Cm- «®r e wgleoms on » psw with that accorded by the city to other .irate- Atlantic fliers In tlie past. Mayor Hurt M. Allen ot Rocfeford appealed to Mayor Walker of Hew York City by wire fo? such a reccp- Uon whea U)« two giers Sand in Hi* T«t% Ofti IS, A civic holiday <wW b« proclaimed in Rookford on the day the flten reach hen. A special train will be chartered to carry them hero from Chicago: Hasscll and Cramer were down In Greenland in-their. Greater Rockford, on flight to Sweden. of Mr, sn'3 Mr" Mnri" 1 nf •as-lib Mr anrl Mrs Albert Mrs. Ferdinand Frit* and of Sterllnn sppnt Sunday foer*. Air. and Mrs. Fr*d' ftssfter and daughter were l&tftdft? dttmer the borne of Fr»nk Several of In* Hoyal i attended ttie R. N. A. ctmTcntlon - - aftentjoon. Margaret Selmfemberger s n d frteod )U»or OevliH! ol Sterling spent Ch« wwk-end ftt the J^jflttp.?'! iKttn^. ^Ir. »n4 Mar*., H«ni^ Ctel<Sfi?n of H«rasofl and Mr. *nd "'Mrs; 'Aml*l spent Sumlay at UK home of USTJOK BEI1FS * ( / Uatlck. 111., Oct sf—Frank Becker and Mstsr. Ml«s Helen cntertitlncd -U)*-ifeU«w4ng giiesta at Utetr home Sunday, Mr. atid Mrs. Raymond Bom of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hook and daughter, Mary Margaret, Mrs. William Hook. Mis* Clara Hook, Mr, Ircanous Hook all jof Thomson, Adam Stoffels, Mr. and {Mrs. Nick Boclser of this place. J Mr. and Mrs. Harry Llndcr, form. *r DsUck residents, are the patent* ? of an eight potmd boy, borri Sunday ' at their home on West Wall Streei In Morrison. The mother win'be remembered as Miss B«rrdcc Burch, who was raised hi Ustlck. Friend* of Mrs, Julius Jaoobsen, who forraerly lived In Ustick will be very sorry to learn of her serious accident at her home In Morrison Friday. She tripped and fell while d«*eending the cellar steps. The stemrt or breast bone was fractured and 6Me "will be unable to move 1 abcfut for ttwefal days. Mr.- anfl Mrs. ai\iy E. Jones arty, Oirec c7iUo>en,~C!lirSriiTonne and OI««u,Kr. and Mrs. H. O. Cobb and daughter, Oorllsa Jaae motored to the~{J&arfes- Sraehler home ttorth of Pofo BUndAf trticre they all enjoyed fc plciiio dinner at noon. _ Uses. t3hariea Hffler baa returned nenio fipom the Mystic Workers con- (WlUcait where aha went as a ttelci* tCBte from the local lodge. This con; -wnMon ww held ln y Detroit She, also visited a sinter In Michigan be>^re returolng home. * ITha October meeting of the Cot- TUtTE IMOMCSKCEH >ne Gained 15 Pounds In Five Weeks I Men and women, weak, thin and •miserable, are urged to put on fweight and set back their health and tstaeneth with McOoy'o Tablets. i One woman gained 15 pounds in •five weeks and that's 'going last enough for anyone. ; McCoy takes all the risk— Read I this ironclad guarantee, If after king JLBlxtjr cent boxea of McCoy 'e ~ thin, underweight man or woman doesn't gain at least 5 pounds and feel completely satisfied with the marked improvement - la health •— *your money will be refunded; — r; — * Just axk for McCoy's Tableta* at ,'Bickford's Pharmacy or any drug ; store. Distributed by McCoy's I^ab* oratories, Inc., al»6 distributors of * McCoy's Cod Uver Oil— there is 'none better.— Adv. our serv- Sce on Coal deliv- Just phone us PHONE 88 L Was Never A short Urne ap» a c*rt»Ia b»slne«w man called upon his attorney In connection with his wilL II* desired ta h*v« 9 new wlli drawn, to nifet chmngcd conditions both In hit family mspoiwlMliUef and lifa nnancial The mw will WM drawn, hut it wos not pswnied. Kh«»r«y aftr rsard, this man lost his life In an accident. An old Inadequate will, dated back In 1915, was the one which was filed for prohat*. l8 • *««»« n * «»t can b« chanted at any time wt»lle yottArc livtof, but - eMitol b« al^rrd, whether It eipresscs yonr real wtoes or not. Read your will over and see If It meets the circumstances of todfty. Central Trust and Sayings Bank i 1 H.V. Bitter f, President Ezra Mathew, Vice President C. A. Burr, Ass't Cashier Wm. L. Frye, Cashier E. T. Janseen, Ass't Cashier Just try a footwear, i E VEN after standing hours comfort beyond expra«®n. at a time your feet will They arc as restful %* a no longer ache and burn morning in bed. if you wear Clara Barton Shoes, Originally made for nurses, their fame has spread to all busy women, These ahoct give a natural and caressing protection to active women whose weight is on their feet all day. Due to the patented process, they are sturdy enough to provid« ^ proper arch support, yet so J^R; . flexible and springy that the Y ? u " »*« ™«» »*yk and uiloisd foot movea freely without re- £$£? " & widc ckoieB rf aistance. Theresultiaieliefand Albizwii Grebner 19 WEST TIUBO ST. Friday Afternoon a 6:00 must see this won<t|erful showing coats, most of theili fur trimmed and fashioned of the lata^ materials, Here your choice will tfe ma'de ftom the i^pe^t of new styles. The size range is eomplete, thus fepphasizing your opportunity for making a favoiM selection at. this , 75 up to Jl 25.00 Complete No Batteries—No Eliminators Come In—See and Hear It

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