Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 5, 1928 · Page 5
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 5

Sterling, Illinois
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Friday, October 5, 1928
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I, IXC T> A T ;. Y ft , 15, O, if* U* *««*» nf f>e* 3 cm *h» !n th» «»f as mm* * forward j«*«p tskrn <wr!y in the summtr. . nj., nn In t,h» J{*t, which InclntfiH! .Tuspfr Sheffield. Ala., Bowmont and Dfesfw, CftJ., port Collins »nd O>I.. Anderson s.nd In- «fl*t»p9U«, Intl., Washington and Wtofletd, lows, Grand Rapids. Mich Rumlbul, Mo., Crete, Neb., N« Roclrfort, N, Dak., Colismbtis, Ohte KOTtfofton, p».. Martin. Twin, MssmrtS »nd Pa>stira? Tex.. Rut- IstwJ, Vt. AWnfdon aM Brootaea Va., sad Charleston, W. Vs. War* oo the canrtraeUon of air ways timagtamt tfoe country is pro- fiswtoir and warK on seven new mrt*« 1* reported to U» department of cojnmems by its field AftiHtg. Tbey are New Orleans to Atlanta, Louisville to Cleveland *tme& City to Tulm, OWa.. Ixm An- gete* to Bait Lake, San Francisco to Salt I*ke, LQS Angeles to San franciaco, 8an Francisco to Seattle. World problems relating to aircraft will b* discussed by aeronautical leaders frora 64 countries when the first International ctvlfcs Aeronautics conference convenes in Washington. D. C., on Dec. 12. Otmntrles already boasting development in the field of both heavier and lighter than air craft, andi others planning to extend such service for the benefit of their com- Bn Fmwft , M wua of Mr •nd Mrs. Morris «psls of Clmdwfelc who in csmfSfMrt S» « O*s.i«*fe haq . Tft» towiir purt his trorty <fi stffl p«mljiieif fttsn Sn- Jnt1«s KJJrtnlned, wrwml WM** IMP* when he »«« .IcrsorJwd tram Ms W- cycl« »»d nm o?w by a e»r at Ohtid w!ek. tat, iw *pr»ar* rtrcn^er un esta hMrtity. He !» to imdCTgo an or»rmt.!on whe« his mttdiUm will permit. New Arrivals Bora, to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Boy. gs. % son at the home of Mrs Boyungs' Bister, Mrs. WTOJ»m W»g- n«r. 805 15th Avenue. Bern, to Mr. and Mm Wilfred H. Holland, a daughter. Dorothy lAtcUte, at their home 509 14th Averrae, Thursday. High Mass Snuday Homing Tampico. HI, Oct. 6.—{Special.) —High mass will be said at the Bt Mary's Catholic church at 8 o'clock Sunday morntog, «t whteh time a class of children will reeetns their Irst Holy twmraiinfon. Rev. Fr. -ynch will conduct the mass. Horses have been measured by _hands" from very ancient times The measurement is from the top of the shoulder to the ground. A hand* a four inches. DORIB THOMPSON OF EO<M FALLS WEDS H. L. WAED OF QUINOY A quiet wedding took in Rock Island Thursday morning at! 10 o'clock, when Mlm Doris Thomp- J KHI of Bode FfeJls and Harold L. Ward of Qttincy. JH. were united In marriage. Rev. F. M. Inman. pastor of the Spencer Memorial church, of- Idated «t the single ring ceremony. Tho bride wma attired In a. hand* some costume of brown satin canton crepe, and accessories to harmonise. After their raarrimce UM ^^^^ cowple returned tv Hock JFfclla, wad for th» pre5?ent will reside wStt» the bride's psrente, Mr. sod Mrs. O. Thompson at 509 Avenne A. Tim srroom Is employed as m firarwm on the C. B. and Q. railway, Frirnds of the couple extend *fo»- cere best ^IsbPB for happirs®®! joy in their married life. RAIN HELPS WHEAT AHD SETTLES D0BT The raJn of Ttmnsday night la ns- ms a goo thing all ertmnd Iry nearly ewryfeody. Fanmrs «ay tfte corn is so well dried otit thai, the rain did not hurt it or d*lmy the beginning of corn picking, whteh will stan anwind here about the JBiddle of October. Pastures *t«re refreshed, the ground conditlorwd for f«ll plowing, winter wheat was benefited and the dust on dirt and gravel roads was well settled. The rain was general throw^hotit this section. V Itl ; Ail in 5? •in The hw gone NASH ! The best way to get gladioli bulbs for srnir garden Is to plant the- pu- twts. They flower the flrst year end •repot expensive. offers you Smart Shoppe with Rich Rur Trimmings These new models follow the latest lines of fashion and &«*»» -^ include the most favored fabrics and furs that well $^7,50 dressed women will wear this Winter. Some have large shawl collars while others have high and close fitting fur down_the front_aM — '— " •" •»w^lj«» «i*AA%A ^.AWfcT^ && ValXJUiK~"~~ ^™»Mfl^ VP^^ 8^?C-g*ye. fur down_the front and aMflncLthe ewffs ~See^ d***T-e*/"k these beautiful coats and make your selection early! *P** * «t>U ALL tales records for al! time /X have been bn^ca by the New NsA *'4C» ? '. People everywhere ape tdHiog other people that tbe "400" is the fiaest car of the year, the smartest looking car of tbe year, the peppiest car f the easiest steering car, the easiest rltiiog car they've ever driven, America has gone Nash— aw4 so uwtdtr! Tbe Nash price never bought so fine a motor car before, 49 0 spark « oorapforicnai Tordoaal ribndoa Lcm^oy <**<aptr * B*eer!cdocki feeder* iKMrformmlwar. "SSiSL* 1 * 1 chfp»» plaued orer ^J^ «*•«• nickel Nub Spedal Desi| _. . front and rear Short tornloe radiat bompeM STERLING NASH SALES 1 and West Fourth St. Telephone A Most Complete Glass Service. We deliver everywhere. Better Paint Store A. C.Conde 120 W. 3rd St. Phone 994 One lot of Misses* and Ladies' warm Winter coats—No need for anyone to be without a coat at thig^rige. Cash Only. Elevators We want every woman in this district to see our 1 Better Kind of Beautiful Frocks in all the exquisite lew^Fall and Winter shades—Every one a gem—The kind that are usually priced at a much higher level. An inspection of our offering of these gowns will be a revelation in their value—While they last are priced at A machine tft&t farm Help of the la- feack-breaking work from Murray f SAX Oct. 6 ity pocket knives. Value* up to (3.50 .for Adjuttsblc Roller SbtM. SALE WEEK Beautiful rashcgany porcelain enameled —Circulator Heater. Standard household For Coal or wood. Two fw the price of 1— «S-*olt extra beamy duty -" KfcHfapWkip.tar I Bowl — Excdkat for cre*w, t*€S*k«*e. »I-e3vaJae c|£». BARGAINS Hundred* of other wonderful values, » few of which we list below, are on display at our store during thi* Nation Wide Sale. Tub* VtflMCtttSTt* Shaving Crtim.. *fifcf FREE itt-UKh Bruth *rjih Pinr Can of R«dW General Uteyambh. Uft iAzTVlN&tfSrg* Brut Padlock........... 49 « $1.25 Set ot 5 Mixing Bowti ;.. '980 At-e Kitchen Knife Sharpener... - *«« "WINCtifSTft Ka Rifle Shoi ~':!!!! • «« J-lb. Can Drain Pipe Cleaner ;.;. ;* *M« We Wire IX»h Drainer ,....T. ft«e 50e Metal Waste Ikakef m*. «0c 50 fo« WireCI«he» Line.. .".'.'.*.'.'!«• *5HflQBSEf|36t Can Opener. "3Sc;' "" Step L*dder. «U» Hair Clipper (CttttClo«e) Food Chopper..... " « World's (tsndvd focuting type *ith batteries. .Rcfulitf $1.75. " **» CoBjpiete cl Paring Knife. WtNC&UIW twuBCfeaaer. Ptowtrful «jctKa». t Takes up all the ' dirt—uooc trf tbe ruff f *-15 *&««*» ROte fi^ L, W(M , (SDryCeU Fa>i* Pliig». i Osfnplrte , mcnts. I Reis>CW«bie j»»l Staadi Si.25 I74ach $54)0 Copper 'Wwt MoiT^W S^KraBtFttUSi^CWhid*! "^^^WCMDIKWKI Lua, S«« EUcttk Roister §*.»«. w^fctoadle. • J$c HPM^ faUBS—Four-pieee Syrup and Batter Set with c*dj electric *«fife i D£«iA ; ' CASTILK SOAJP. AH&ti y< ^ Conde Hardware Co, The WINCHESTER Store

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