Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 18, 1928 · Page 2
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by pfenning h*«r m*Rls, ' was b^tntf sold anything, <nm prices were f|i«cii*«*>d, HIP ^t^n r*''r n i'l Pnmrn v.'iH bp hrU.1 in 'h* 1 Mrth rhnrrh «! Tampirn at. ' undflv «ftf-rn«v)n. Mr. OJfi^burn tr«« horn I SprinR'fi?!rt township, Oallia COTint Olilo, Oft. 4. JRSR, mul was only a ffW month* old wh?n he w»s brought by his parrn's to Whlt rountt In .Tarmnr>% W- r '7. Ho lived in the vlrinity nf TampSco COTS tiftuously until r-iebt or nine years p.sro, when he and his wife wnt to Long Beach, California, to males their homi», HP had a full shere Sn the proKTrss made us the county kept pare with modern civilisation. His youth n,-«.« ppttil en that of most farm bow and hr Rtt^ndcd the common schools xinlll 1875. He thpn cntprfd his farthcr's grain offir© in the capacity of clerk nnd In 1879 was admitted to a partnership under the firm style of J. W. Glsss- burn nnd Son, This business relation vrfts maintained until March I, 1685, whrn he fwcame connected with the Bank of Tampico, giving up his interest in the grain business und becoming sole owner or the bank In 18B7. He developed the bank with Use growth of the village and surrounding district And the institution become a valued enterprise of that, locality. Oft Bept, 10. 1878, Mr. Olassbum was married to Miss Minnie Viva Smith, a native of the county and A daughter of A, M. and Laura Smith. Two oons, Asa Clyde and Vemoa Yyon, were born to Mr. and Mrs, Gl&ssburn. The former passed away * number of years ago, Th« latter, who married Hazel Meredith of T»tnp!co, survives, and U now residing at Song Beach. Calif. It Is expected that the widow, the eon and daughter-in-law will accompany the remains to Tampico. Two slstera of Mr. Olausbiirn &l»o BUnrire. They arc Mrs, SUss Ho«y of Independence, Iowa, Mid Mrs. W. O, Reeves of Denver, Colorado. Mre. Sftdla Harrison of Tampico la » cousin. Mr. GlRssburn was a member of the Methodist church, in the work of which he always took an active and helpful part. For many years h* wa» superintendent of ths Bunday School and was also a member of the board of trustees. He wa* a member of the village bo&rd of Tampico for a number of year* and tts president for a period of time. While in office his course wa* characterised by the utmost devotion to the general good and Jn every relation of lif« he was Stnofrn as a man reliable, enterprising and progressive. The fact thai hla itaunchest friends are among those who had known him from his fcoybood. is an Indication that his was a most honorable career. HEARING OF DRIVER AGAIN CONTINUED Ths hearing scheduled for yesterday morning at 9 o'clock in which Eugene Stanton was to appear before Judge W. A. Btocckle on a charge of driving a struck without lights has been continued until next Monday morning. The truck driven by Btanton figured in the fatal crash on the Lincoln highway a week ago last Sat- tirdayr-when-^Thorsten'Bostrom ot Rock Island received injuries which caused his death. Fire Scare at Moore Home The Rock Falls fira department answered a call about 4:30 o'clock Wednesday afternon to tha home of E. M, Moore. 604 East Eighth Bt., where a chimney was burning out. fIfnl, fnr fftr flowers in rh*rR<» of Mr*. H. W, Hill. Mr*. r«rl f»rJpw?f, M',«« t.Uft i!H«m Cl!n(tfi«, Mr*, Mr*- O. !.,. B\>nivnn und Mrs. T*rt Rfeh. A Bhort s*rr1w< wss wsnfltKit^i hy Rev. Trwin at thf Rr*« in Rivar* sid? wTnpf*rjr. Th? pall l>««r*rs *rWS tt. W. Hill. O. L Bullivan. C*!rl «nd OrTltp 8. etwm. Gale Bchwarta and »n«3 Mrs, Cliffortl Ma*i!n hostesses at m pretty «urp1*e shower Mon4*y eift- , honoring Miss Dorothy Wilson whose mariRjre to Jamea Hull will b« an event of tht? wwk. Sixteen Itirls wrre fn»»si4i at the enjoy»bl« Rffnlr which took plaw tn the hom* of Mlwi Wilson at 205 Fifth Awnue. Cards formed the K?clal diversion, for which high prtxe was awarded to Mrs. Robert BraSnprd and th* consol&tlon pile* to Mla» Ha Johnson. Tlie door prl^ was won by Miss Vera Mc-nttomery. A very delectable two course lunch was wrved at the small tables lat« In thf evening. Mlsa Wluon rpcelv ed an assortment of lovely gifts from the glrla accompanied by their best wishes for her future happiness. Nephaw Dies at Ohio, III. J. O. Limertck of nock fails received a message this morning, gUt* ing that his toephcw, Robert Jackson, aged 24 years, passed away thi» morning at hla home in Ohio, 111. The young man had been 111 for thft P*it year. No fubertl wran8«m«nt* announced in the masaafe. You Have Ridden the Rest—Now try the BEST" We know you will say our cabs are the "best" if you give them the "test" 24 Hour Service A call and there will be a cab at your door in a few minutes. You are also insured when you ride with us. Your Driver When Available: "Don" Conklin "Bill" Finn "A1 M Thompson Meyers Bros. Phone SO Best€ab Line Meyers Bros.* Props. Downtown Stand at Killian*' More Hats Fdt* end Velvets to $12 FROCKS! Just received-among them the newest in Felts, Velvets and Metallics. Also something new— Metallics with small brims for the young matron. All are such lovely models, an early choice is suggested. Metallic Special $SJ$ value, $4M FROCKS! Frocks of all kinds. New satins and velvets, $8,25 to $16.75. Pleated Butterfly Skirts, $8.95 and |4.95, For Baby we have a lovely new lot of Fall woolens, also a complete line of baby clothes. This is one of our busy departments and you, too, should be a patron, Costs for children, 1 to 5, $3:75 to $10,50, New line of Handkerchiefs, Fancy Powder Puffs and Flowers, Dorritt Hat Shoppe "A th* third' rwrtlon Mrs, irtit#4 th«rn Is ib* clothing the to . etwek e?«r th«!.r supply of clothing of ttw Ing *»dnrstlon«i! function fthnw nor nn —„ — —, .,, —„... ,,,„ ..,,, position. Evsry fowl to msnd and dam fcrtlcl** th»t ! »nrt cvpry dp?!c -,,..,.*.„ b* worn lo»is«r rathfr th*n «?wry principle deraonstrstcfl to thro* them away for thert? on Us nnd dhtcu.^sc Opwsllnf «3cp»ni!*«, which inciufl? only H* it fitted into the purposr'o'f • t**, «l«ctr!c Ilfhts, jtaitollnc for: the school, which Is to five t<>M*vi| the e»,r and oth*r ti«**sitiws, makej Ideas to nny womnn 'intersst<>d in' amBTOJ^lS^£S^SL^^^H^^!H^L.!SnS!^f».-^ more efficiently. Y . MONDAY • TUESDAY M aline* The years greatest melodrama. "The Unholy 3" Next Week, COLLEEN MOORE in "Lilac Time" WIT ft CUVE BROOK MART BRIAN BACLANOVA (M. R Church) 7:30 R M, Speakers! FRED STERLING OTIS GLENN MARY BUSE Y We Ride Astride WE had & good time AT the Country Club BANQUlrr the other night THB "fcata" were fine. THE fellowship great AND the program SPLENDID, but doggone t Wl never 8at~dbwn. to a BANQUET In our whole tZFE that -we didn't HAVE to straddle the HORSE that supports THE TABLE, and ths NEXT time we go to & Bid dinner like thai WITRK going to request THB management to five tJS » tray uod let us fffT Off by DUHHtf'''• WHERE we can have OX* teg room! Maybe we SHOinUDNT have THAT Uttie p«t peeve BUT It won't hurt ft BIT to meatlon the THAT you can and ths FIN£BT hand tailored *S5 suibs H£KK at this store you EVSE «*w~*nd th*t DOiSITT mean maybe, MTMKE. wear Part Wool L&fet Coming direct from our manufacturer when everybody wante to be at their best Here's an overcoat event yotf II cheervSudi value giving is fortunate at this time. For Friday and Satur* day the biggest value we've offer^i—Kew^snofc* tied shade for men, els** 34 to 60, No charge for extra size. The price made possible by E, & W, 6 stores* buying. Same as above—* size 26 to W. mimmngn Boys* Overcoats Students* Overcoats $12*50

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