Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 16, 1928 · Page 6
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 6

Sterling, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 16, 1928
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^.,-»» m *» TPUVft 'PAIT Y GABfcTTF. js»* m weft «^ «fcen» they „? •**"» in to the.hmm of the Some ia§ relatives nra9 s the ipiests. After cf BUMtaal numbers. on and 3highly catertfttntna. The tvide «3rt groom received ma fo*s«Ufui «ad useful »rttcl«* whleh Okn w* la «M*F new hem?. Oa His Tlnw Of At Tubirnad© at Gospel tstoemacle Sunday night .iware wttt attended and the subject, *Th« Signs of the Times," was listened to appreciatively by thi; large W. ^. HarMff, "the preacher," nskcd how many In the eanii*«*thra were niinols bom, 03 h« is also a product of Ii!i- having been bora et Lena Jn pwnacn county. He will continue claat t»Bs on "The Sigiw of th« ~ temliht. touching on such M "18 tjft® Anti-Christ rising Up BOW, nod when will Jesus ccrae l»cSt to reeaiv* his bride, and who to @aa bride, the Iamb's wife?" *R# sick will be prayed for at special meetings. Get Prisoner Here 8|wr!ff John Applen and a deputy from Princeton came here yesterday afternoon and took WiHiara Brown oaefc with them, he being wanted on a charge of wife and child abandonment Brown was arrested by the local police nt the request of the Bureau county sheriff. Locates Stolen Boat Monday morning Anson Beien reported to the local police that hla boat bad been stolen from near ti>e foot of Eighth avenue. Later it was Jotmdl about three miles west of i C/TT m- ***»« rtf'phi* fo" t?? r n»in>)i) rnn, of th* Awnrnn B»nkrr< h<*»<» Cr*<K W. H««P!- orp, nf OhlMigo. * s *h^r for th« romlng y»«r. VOWS SOLEMNIZED AT ST. MAR¥'S M4BSI AT NOON SATURDA1T *r» Tlif mnrrlBRp of Mlw Ofneviere Hibordy of Tnnipim find Forrest Brandon of Rock Falls was nolemn- iwd »t high noon Saturday in St. Mary's pnrr-onftsfp. fttv. Ft. A,. J. Bums officiated. Thn couple was attended by Miwi Edna WeUaer of SfRywood «nd Wmnrn McRemdo of T^mpico. Witnesses to the ceremony werr Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mey- prs and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Mc- Connlck »nd family and Miw Florence Ribordy of Tampico. Tfic hrido has made her home with a sister. Mrs. M. McCormick, tn Tmmplco for eeveral years, and taught the Champion school. Sh« formerly attended the Community high school here. The groom is the oldest son of Mrs. otto Qualntancc of Tamplco, and holds a position with the International Harvester Co. Mr. and Mrs. Brandon will maka their home in Sterling. They have the best wishes of many friends for future happiness and prosperity. New Sidewalk The concrete sidewalk on First enue in front of the business houses occu#ed by Phclps hardware, the Up-To-Dale Music Housa, Lanslls Bros, grocery and The in* terprise store has been torn up. Th« underpinning was in bad condition, being badly rotted out A new concrete walk will be poured with steel re-lnforccment. » boat and it back. Move To Chicago } Dr. a D. Orr pt RocJ» Falls ha* discontinued ftia dental offices Jn the First Nation*! t»nfc building, and gone to Chicago where he wJU l»mJly"fe{t we^k for their now hamo. Pat/s to Gef a Good Plate We specialize on plate work. Our plates have that live tooth appearance and \v'e absolutely guarantee Jhem to fit. Note the following prices: Good Set of Teeth $15 Life-Like Plates S. S. white) $17.50 Teeth extracted Free when p!»tes ar© ordered. Nature has provided you with onJy one set of permanent teeth. You owe it to yourself to take proper care of thejta or any number of ills might resul^. Consult us regularly—at least once every six months.. Prevent those email cavities from becoming larger. Silver Fillings , ....$/ up Gold Crowns .... f$ fa $7 22 Karat Fine Gold Inlays, as low as 12 per surface Porcelain Fillings $/ Guaranteed PaftiJtn Extraction Other Work m 'Proportion. IPi Twin Qty Dentists IMffitirtMi flMffl-r-M &ACM «f flurf nmiitttufiw , ~ *" '^"^^^^^^^^pf^w "^w^s^^^^jfT ^^ppwv fl^* TW^^PW wi^^wnuppiy* Upm • A, n, to § r* Mr iiMJt iFkU>« iii tf l» M W*BW V^fl^lU iOBp V 01! fRpf f«w hit «p ^* Tomorrow we place the entire stock-of .ten shades and black on sale at this close-out price; also entire stock of three dollar crepe back satins, black and colors. No more when these are gone. (Murphy'i) Mrs. Dorothy A. Loudon has chosen Appliances fronti the W»t«h htr work in the modern kitchen in the Illin! Theater, Tuesday, Wednesday* Thursday and Friday afternoons. Mrs. Loudon will .use the very latest you've seen so widely advertised, appliances Cottu> to m for your Efa tricai Fixtures, Washing Machines, Dish Wa*her> irmer t ®f all $i» Firtt has Its many, It is by a varnish what surfaces require to keep them looking bright and new, There Is absolutely nothing !n BEVOE MIRROUAC Polish" that will In any way harm the best surface, Call at our store for a free sample and try it yourself—Yoit will always use it. Our Fell Well Paper Clearance Sole ii In 'full sway thfa week. Greater Bargains than ever* etter Paint Store A. C. Conde ISO West Third St. aileace «v«ry burner tg * . * »»d ffeflHnemy*»*it Hilt fuel Detroit, and Chicago. An4 $395—-the lowest price of » If fctty oJi fettm«f ef i«» heatiitg CtKaeifi^lwro score ttWt «r.Afik lama! ferywur lardware '•<!

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