Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 11, 1928 · Page 16
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 16

Sterling, Illinois
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Thursday, October 11, 1928
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% T "T "*t £ * T *s. & "$" 3 " I .1 A I» I > \ i I, r &; " li 1 r ^ - - • < 1 W » 5 <Ufltrf j,-»,: e- rf This Mf ft Tn«•«•«•*AT And St'rlins p.nd T? *"""%. Fsllr- 1s ft-T rt»rt "! 1 " 53rd «:nn'!sl r-rrn Psj.; s, trpr»"5 Fotsrth S*rrH rhurch?"* in th" •Tr'lj*t-TM?ron rirt, which I*~R$ !?**d T'i^"*-rtsT WF-diwdsv R? thr Flrct Metho"- cht'irli in D*Kf»'h. Mr«s. Pr«1 1I'3to frnm !h<" Rocfc clmrch. *m5 Mr?. C. Mr?. OJ"nn Crful- ftHvp<; Jrnro th» -Hyxrn? church. attended «H of th«? j*««ion«. Tsn RTwips of ladles from the Broadway Mfthodist church were pr?w?nl R*- the convention. On the first day Mr?. W. 8. Albcrtson, Mrs. John DkvSd end Mrs. Frank Baker, the d*!?R3tPK, attended, vhllc on Wednesday Mrs. Elisabeth David, Mrs- Ed Homer, Mrs. W. L. Wood- ttorth und Mrs. Ben Barlow represented. the BrcmdwBv mlr'-lnnary society. The president of the district last year, Mrs. Hflnnat) Child of Ottawa, presided at the convention*. A number of conference, officers were Jn attendance. Dr. R. H. Hammltt, the new superintendent of the Joliet-Dixon district, and several pas- tots from the surrounding churches were also present. Mrs. Craddock was one of the conference officers, being the corresponding secretary. Talks By Missionaries. The session Tuesday morning was given over to the opening business of the convention, and reports from the societies. In the afternoon the program consisted of addresses given by three missionaries in foreign field*. Miss Maren Hording of Kong- ju, Korea, Miss Alfrlda Kostlup of Chemlpo, Korea, and Miss " Emma Knox of Peking, China. A reception for the missionaries followed, during which the societies made up a box of useful articles, to be sent the school children at the missionary school in China where Miss Dorothy Jones Is teacher. They also contributed toward a Christmas gift for Miss Jones, raising $140 The church served a banquet to the young people Tuesday evening, after which there was an interesting rally. At the session Wednesday mom- Ing, there was a missionary hour and a memorial service, the latter being conducted by Mrs. Fred Smith of Jollct in memory of twenty-nine members who passed away during the year. The new district officers elected are: president, Mrs. Rogers of Joliet; vice-president, Mrs. Bhute of Erie; recording secretary, Mrs. Whitmore of Wilmington; corresponding n rni»i*!h!n" frr h?.d thst much f«Ith In ray — Rotwrt housekeeper that when «T. leave her horos I fs*J HJte she's RoSns? over tWns.i with sn otled r«!!? «n* nihbJn' out R!! of !i»." —Olflttd* C«.i!s,n i! fur trim # ! >-oU. l'h« Dally secretary. Mrs. Mowens of .Toilet; treasurer, Mrs. Fred Hobbs of Dixon. Mrs. C. N. Tlmmons of this city was re-elwted to the office of young peoples secretary In the district. The <:lo?s!nat s^Mion of the con- %-rntion on Wednesday afternoon was largely devoted to business. A phort talk was made by Miss Ellen Dearmont <if CHlcBRo, who has been selected BS a new mislsonary to be pcnt by the district to Crandon In- jstltute, Rome, Italy. ! Tl\e delegates from the local so- i cietles nport the convention was one of the most successful and In! terestlng district gatherings that they have ever attended. O. E 8, dnncim? party Thursday night. Oct. II.—adv. Mrs. Wllllsm Collins «nd mother. Mrs. Miliflrd Hill of Propbetetown were visitors in this city Monday. Mrs. Ethel Bheldon of Dixon Avenue Rock Falls, is confined to her borne with nn attack of the grip. Rummage Kale. City Hall basement, Friday, Oct. 12, Electa Smith Auxiliary.—adv. An entire new stock, from the New York Importers, at the Gift ant! Novelty Shoppe on Fourth Bt, In th« Academy Block.—adv. Sims delicious do-nutg. Wednesdays and Saturdays. Phone 1258-J.-~adv. LITTLE LOCALS Telephone No. 42—Two trunk lines. Rock Falls Woman's Club, Saturday, Oct. 13th, at Woodman hall. •Picnic dinner 12:30.—adv. I This la national Karpen furniture week. See the wonderful values at' B. A. Forstcr & Sons.—adv. Dr. Jennings' dental olfice will be j closed Wednesday and Thursday due to his attendance at the Northern Illinois Dental Convention at Jollet. —adv. Arroyo, dancing Instructor, for advanced pupils and beginners in ball room, acrobatic and toe ballett. Phone 758-R.—adv. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Detweller and family are moving today from 507 ^ Sixth avenue to 202 Eighth avenue. Rummage sale. Fourth St. church, Friday and Saturday.—adv. The Gift and Novelty Shoppe will reopen on Fourth St. in the Academy Block Saturday, Oct. 13.—adv. FRESH WHEATS Buy your frean meats. Chase and Sanborn coffee, and Federal bakery goods from Landls & Son, Rock Falis. Phone 401.—adv. /0/7W M. STAGER Attorney At Law FARM AND CITX LOANS BONDS AND MORTGAGES Sterling National Bank Building PADS FOB MANY PURPOSES. Scratch parts, 4x5%. 6Hx8H, 11 and special BJzes, lOc Ib. The Dallv Gazette office.~adv. Dr. Wm, J. Maurite PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Specializing in the offtco treatment of rectal diseasas. Morrison. * Olinob J Ward, Ward & Ward Lawyers Fourth Floor. Lawrence Bide, STEELING. ILL. J. A. Ward. P. H. Ward. A. 3. Schelncman H. C. Ward. W. 3. Stevens e*n r«r>ov«5 with miik. Iiol m They're here, men—the new Fall Shoes just' brimming over with Style, Comfort—and Values! Shoes and Oxfords with trim new Fall lines; blucher and straightlace styles; English, Brogue, Square and Round toe lasts. The leathers are tan and black calf or kid of unusual quality. Slip into a pair .... you'll find you never had on better at $5.00 A size for every man's foot. At Obermillefs Cooper Underwear Store Makers of Histow^ffntoktuntof*ZwKtm */ J The Reo Flying Clocd has made motoring history . It 3>rov4d-th*t-*.-car amid be boHidfiil^eadunng, &wift» powerful, economical and comfortable. It made possible the purchase of all the desirable qualities of motoring in one car. It lived up to the idea behind it, *'A Reo must do til things well." The Reo Flying Cloud has made history because back of it stands a group of men intolerant of traditioq* unhampered by the inheritance of mechanical features that must be preserved, given free reign to develop or to acquire whatever might be essential to. making an ideal automobile for America. From road to roof, frem steiw to stern, the Reo Flying REO MOTOR CAR COM FLYING CLOUD Is s skillful blcading of all that as beat in mt>d- gineering practice and modern design. For brakes, at h&s the best the world affords for motor cars. Its engine retains no obsolete practices. Its steering ease and safety are unsurpassed. So on throughout its construction in every part. To the Flying Cloud's fkr-in-the-le&d design, to the finer materials of which it is built, are added a carefulness and precision of workmanship usually considered unnecessary in its price class* There is a Reo Flying Cioutfflear you. Try it out Learn the pleasure of driving * otr which does ail things well PANY, Lanxing, /. *. BELI SALES Our annual fall wall paper clearance sale starts Saturday, October 13th, Many people have been awaiting this sale, knowing full well what remarkable bargains we offer on our already famous fall clearance sales. Every 1928 pattern must go to make room for our new 1929 stock already on the way. The Better Paint Store has made & name for itself all over this part of the country for prices and quality in wall paper; but most popular of all is our fall clearance sale. . Heavily embossed papers can be purchased at ridiculously low prices. Beautiful and colorful bedrooms of the latest designs sacrificed to your, benefit. - * • _,..._ NO ONE THAT IS IN THE MARKET FOR WALL PAPER NOW OR LATER WILL MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY. I _ ...Lack of space prevents our enumerating these wonderful bargains., You must come and see for yourself. A Readmgre Library F The best authors and the latest of fiction can Be rented by; the day or week at a very small cost. \ Absolutely the Latest Books The Strange Case of Miss 'Annie Spragg - SUa* Bradford'* Boy A LWU Clown Lent Fooltek Virgin The Books You Hear AKout, Att Kneeling The Children Sawn : Remember We've Moved 120 West Third Street Next to People's Bake Shop

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