Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 11, 1928 · Page 10
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 10

Sterling, Illinois
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Thursday, October 11, 1928
Page 10
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' • < ••iriininon I., th? roiintry,' "The rrpuMicny parly I b^!:r\r i Sins woikrrl foi that, irira! more th?;i OBITUARY !hp df'iiirrintir pnciv, whTfni ;'r, r Tniman Johnson r'rmorrR'ir party ha* mr-'ii r 010 n; jM.stuf. Trumnn .tohn«on. son of jarly of throrif-. wliirli h \«- rv j !; .' ,i n , !;r , anf j Elirabcth Johnson, was! SrrfMinc. r<"o\v thr (i^iiinr:;;! ;r c,>.\- !u?rn in Thorold, Willard county, didntr (or prr.'.iriru! \- !;<ik!;n; ;i!:.o!i' f'!n;ni i;i. C'ati.. on Oct. H. 1854. lie public ownrnhip, t!i n rnn^ P' dl'l ]';>.' rr "! nway In Millfdprvlllf, 111., on lormrr Prp<-l.dr;i! 'Voodrnw \Viir-. si Octobrr 4. 13i'R. ngrd 74 yp»rs. For Factory Work The Burgess Battery Company has several good openings for women workers who desire to earn good washes. Modern conveniences for the welfare and comfort, of employees have been installed by this company. Applicants must be over 16 years of age. Make application in person to the Employment Department. Burgess Battery Company Frccport, Illinois 416 Locust Street All Size 1 TIRES and \ TUBES Specially Reduced for this BIG SALE 30x3 J / 2 Cl. Cord 29x4.40 Balloon Heavy Duty Tubes 30x31/2 29x4.40 Tremendous Money-Saving Cut Prices PECIAL FYRAC Spark Plug in. for Ford Set of 4 98c Each '. Mammy Mop. . . V* Ill-el I I'ullrr . 28c 28c »!>*rit 1'luff Wir«.». tvi o* 4. 0* inlur ..,'". WATER High ir«.i» replitt- racat timer. K«fular $1,00 vtlu*. 37c 1 ullou J'oul Uigulur *l.CiU t J.U litlU. fell iuoUcltt Hub ('»}>», li 'i Stic 75v value. l'«r ' (iathtt Sett, eesii>let«. '«»*4 eagin* (rasa fr*4»»Joi i »" 'i^L^*- i^jMtJPtti*' ! =4-~Si I8JB5 xi ter Borah V «ti'1 Ro'ith Old Will He Won His Case Mr. B. died. IravinR an estate of considerable size. Amonft his papers wss found & newly drawn will in which his entire estate was left to his wife nnd young son. However, this will had not been signed. Years before. Mr. B. had made a will which was properly signed and witnessed, by which his wife was to receive the bulk of his estate, but a large share waa to go to an only brother. Later, the men quarrelled, and the new will did not make provision lor the brother. The two wills were brought into court, and it wts decided that the will which Mr. B. had left properly signed and witnessed, was the one by which the estate should be distributed. The brother received a largo portion of tho estate. Mrs. B. was deprived of part of the estate which it was clearly the Intention of her husband that she should receive. Failure to make a will, or leaving an out-of-date or Improperly drawn will, haa caused endless litigation as well as hardship and loss for many heirs. See your lawyer today and have him draw your will, naming this Company as your Executor. Central Trust and Savings Bank H. V. Bittorf, President Ezra Mathew, Vice President C. A. Burr, Ass't Cashier Wm. L. Frye, Cashier E. T. Janssen, Ass't Cashier OPENING Each season should have a greeting, each new offering, style change should be stressed as we are tomorrow in our windows. They wjll be unveiled at 6 ,Look them over for the correct things men should wear for Fall. •°!MBt:f°nWa L unatt «g|r jgjgpflHfe^ Bradley-Doynton */ •/•Co* 3? ,L;:,;:TV::V Featuring AwOtenffe M$ m In « which emphasize the newest style notes in and 18.75 We cannot tell you how lovely these Frocks are. You will have to see them—to feel the wonderful quality of silk that develops them—satin, chiffon, crepe de chine, and satin canton in exquisite plain shades as well as lovely printed silks, so smart for fall. Sizes for Women and Misses , COSSETS $3.50 to $6 A garment made of pih^cbuTrnin^, low bust, little higher in the back —medium long skirt. Awide section of elastic at the bottom back. FULL FASHIONED HOSIERY ^THCJPUNDOR OFMWTY &f you are "unlucky with hose." try Style 30 Humming Bird, a full fash- / loatd stocking vcTtt a well deserved reputation for durability. Of service weight, clear textured, with trimly tailored heel line. Adroitly reinforced at all point* of wear. STYLE 30 $1 50 1 New Fall Beautifully tailored.and delightfully feminine—the new Fall Coats are charming additions to the best planned wardrobe. We are showing one of the finest collections of Coats ever. $18.75 to $69.50 Featuring $4.75 Hats Felt and velvet—the two favorites in the Millinery world this fall—are smartly represented in chic profusion in this special showing of Paris millinery. Brimmed models the poke, the vagabond effects and the brim r sn • «/•• w.>^J Dry Qfoods Company -ST4i ^* •sr*z iiffi, .. '^

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