Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 23, 1928 · Page 5
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 5

Sterling, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 23, 1928
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or r. Un I . «•*"«'•• "- Pay Tt1bnt« To nf Him f. KrHder of Starling wsj the of honor s.t » JOT? feast heM In tJhHB Rk* hotel at D^Kslfo *KI day evening. *t which tits* ?S »rwj 89 LegtoDfttrm from sbout a? posts of northern irntaoti, ir»th?r- ed to five rwofMJtlGtt to his untiring work in the interest ot and tn tt» promotion of the program of the orjCMfltxaUon. The ftfffiir was planned us s, romptpfe JurpHw to *m! not untO he had s.r- in the banquet room was h? that, his comrades bsd come together to show their respect, ad- ..miration and love for him chairman of committee in charge I of the arrangements, mnch of th« I detail of which was done by John ; Nelson of Rocheile. The affair was j planned as R meeting and reunion j of the Second Division of the American Legion, of -which Mr. Kreider was commands two yearn ago. At the outset of the meeting s number of telegrams and letters of regrets, all of which paid tribute to Mr. Kreider. were read, but the outstanding message came from Hanford J. MacNidcr. former national commander of the American Legion, which said: "Wish could be with you in the splendid way you are "recognizing the great work of Ben Kreider. There Is not better Leglonaire in {the world." j Approval of the former comman- • der's tribute was given in the hearty i and prolonged applause. However, * the assembled comrades were to have •" their Inning In exkr -lifylng their ! admiraUon for Ben f reider. James JSykora of Batavia. as spokesman 1 for the Legionairies of the second I division, presented a beautiful gold flApel button to Mr. Kreider. The I emblem of the American Legion, ; mounted with three diamonds, la In ; the center of the button, around the edges of which are the words "American LeRlon" in gold on a white background. : Overcome with emotion over the splendid recognition he had received ; nt the hands of his comrades, it was with considerable effort that Mr. . Kreider was able to express hte ap- , pitclation for the many kind words and -for tho beautiful gift which "they had presented to him. Going to DcKalb for the "Kreider .banquet" from tho Sterling post .were Roy Eberhardt. Thomas Conlon. Fred Hay. Elmer Martin, Howard Over, and Harold Eldred. There Were representatives from the posts ,of Rockford. Rochelle. DeKalb, Ore- •RGH, Polo, Preeport, Elgin, Aurora; .JEUjurn. McHenry, West Chicago Geneva, St. Charles, Batavia, Syo~ ar !f r ,!:-, Gcno8> Lcc "Oemer.-Byron cna nali dozen or jnore otlscrs. born In Frw~ «ll of her Mf*. fo sisters, Mrs, »nd Mrs. Anijeles, C«li:f., Miss f port ftnd i'. K!ntw»l of May "Rye-r}fj of ... ,..,_ i »nd" by on? brother. Oeorfs* Srw^tt not been completed but the wrvSaws Till probably te heW 0n. WrfneMmy afternoon. Mrs, R, 15, Bheetx of St*r- ling rill ittttend the ON OOMS1UM An error was «B*4e in th* copying of th« bids ««bmitted by owners of properties offering sites for the Sterling municipal eoUaeum. The mistake concerned the sites offered by D. L. Martin at 505-7 West Third street. They should have read: 125x134 feet, or 18,750 square feet, for 15,000. 83.75*125 feet, or 10.4S8 square feet, $2,000. Tlie latter tract Li located at the rear of the site, which U described as containing 10,458 nquare, feet Both tracts are offered at a price of $7,000. fSttrat feotrt m stfelw Iwswly In few witfe fMt sftwws half on Inr h to MJ Sneb »nd one-half thick frwrt- «d in the ptl* of stt-c**. After the w>«! h*d fnirn«d tlown tfst «ten*w w«r* found to Iw too hot. and ?be first Mbs of tomsm pitted on thmt frt«*Jed tip eo quickly th*»; they «I- exploded. Th*n the stones tZfr -.»•. j j,^^ , ^^ frr.rsr «^^ „ - i fir tempt WM ira-fe The stonw re- nrntnttf he* enough to cook e*gs on for three quarter* of an hour! Th« «ffs <!«Tetep«l a tendency to slide off of the stones, though nobody loftt the entire "setting" of • < ,» p^r^il , , .»( «-H»*_| r "<J|»*5fJ's| i . ,yf^»» ^f,| L ••* v»Hlr **> i- l,^-«T> 3if*A Oollkte On Wet Pavement A. A. PouMinsr ^-»p*<i injury to sn Rufomobilr fin-j^ri'. «-hU<» gtilltg to Dlxon Mond» v mornUijr. A Rhpsd of him, o-^o f,-,!?5tr f!».$t, ed down Mwlrl'-nlv without Ing. in ordf>r to iwn north en the Polo iitfid, Thf pflvi»m<?nf, only Tt-ft but VBS rnndn sHppOTT by m\v\ rarrlwJ on to It from t.h» side rrvui n.nd when Mr, Ooukiins flppHM thr- hrftkrs. his e*r ekidc?«J and bumjvcl Into the tnielt A broken biimjwr wan the only damage to his car. and he WP.S able to his trip. y***ni TAft OH i(«!y pi-r r»nt of -' l " ! ''-t «., , 1 **!" •»«"'"« l»r»t)i-» p)U» i n th- i»KtTlrl Mor<» *h*n ?nn,OTO,infi»> BI »rt !*»t, ywr. j orssy, | r? t h«t« tiny, pni"»-trh')t««, fB|t»r-ro»!.a pin,, f agy for Mo! , „,: .. . •«!! t'urf.fn MHlo Lircr niil 'for n. !rni«t on thn «enn!np. RAID STATON HOME BUT FIND NO BOOZE A search warrant iras Issued Saturday night by Justice of the Peace Martin Gannon of Dtson and the home of Mrs. Bert Staton on the Lincoln highway east of this city was searched for booze. While a number of erapfty bottles were found, the search was what the Lee county officers termed a "water haul" as no booze was found. Fills Pnlpit Here Sunday Re?. Silas Jones of the faculty of Eureka college, Eureka, 111., delivered tbe sermon at the Sterling Christian church Sunday morning. R*v. Jones was formerly pastor of the church here. PROMINENT SURGEON IS FOUND DEAD IN OFFICE Hammond. Ind., Oct. 2S— (AJ».) —Dr. E. L. Dewey, 63, of Whiting, one of the leading surgeons of the Calumet district, was found dead tn the laboratory of hla office suite yesterdad. It was believed he had suffered & cerebral hemorrhage. His forehead was Injured, apparently by a fall against A chair. AFFAIRS TttosTligreeebly surprised Sat- ,«rday evening when sixty Mends I .sind neighbors gave her a birthdfty party. Several hours were passed merrily with games and music, and Sunch which the crowd had brought .along was served. : The honored lady received many ^valuable gifts from her neighbors and friends, who departed with best ."wishes for more happy returns of the tiay. Condition Is Grave , Little Eva Mae Oallentlne, daugh- |er of Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel Gal- fentlne of •> Rock Palls, wno was se- priously burned Saturday morning, is Reported in a very graves condition. Blnce Sunday afternoon she has had k very high temperature. Guaranteed JPwre I DR. GABLE L Will be at his Sterling am** at ^ HO¥KL GAJLT fttwra M A, BL "1 8 IP. Bt. THURSDAY, OCT. ***W»IH« CT^y y oar ^^J^ who devote* hla «n- to tha Hreatmtnt of «ueh HIGH BLOOD PRES- mutua aaa HKAKT TROUBLES KIDNEY «r- 8LABDER osc iegjithan of high priced brands MILLIONS of POUNDS U8OD BY THE GOVERNMENT \ Coal that Spells cawung or . 6HRONIC RHKOMATI8M, fABRH. NERVOUS g «ny kind. «veo ikrtial paralysis of *ny Kdy; DYSPEPSIA. flON. LIVEH TROOBUEft, and SK!N wttbout no ^ K*cial t>!K«4iB» treated. ; Ma b&a bad ths most M« *ac*iis» wilb bin trcaUaaot at coadtUoav in maaj of gut Johnston Lumber of ouc oX tba tt» ttw ti4id ov«r lu thta ciasa ol Comfort Is the kind we handle. You can't burn coal without having ashes, but if you burn our choice Eastern Kentucky Coal you will have a minimum amount of ashes with a maximum amount of heat. PHONE We are now showing the new Modernistic Frames Pleasingly different and in full harmony with the modern trend of color and decorative schemes. Whether we made-the pictures or not—let us frame them. Prices range from $25.00 down to 50c per frame. For Christmas—Your Photograph For Service-Sit Now Ray Hart Studio Where You Find the Newer Things in Photography" Smh Luxwy, Suclt Performance at a low pru Nerer in the history of tfee industry has it been possible to buy so fine a car as thi« Okismo* bile LmrKl«ru fit 90 krw a price. Its fomtifwi Fisher Body was designed by artist-engineers. Ita •mart, low lines, balanocd proportions, and. rich exterior finish win admiration everywhere. A fabrikoid-over-mctal top and rear panel, and graceful landau-bows add to it* style. The interior ia luxuriously upholstered and handsomely f. n, appointed. Comfortable arm rotta arc provided for passenger* in the rear seat. And a great new S5-I*0f'«ep0w<* er engine provides brilliant high-cornpresston performance without using special fuel. You'll want thi« Oldsmobi'Ie Landau when you see ic and drive it. And comparison with other cam wilK maure you that you can't 'even remotely approach «uch value at the rie*. J. W. McDonald Phone Main 1489-W 208 Third Tvenue OLDSMOBILE Paopucr or o « M .». A L MOTOR. (MURPHY'S) •sr/^£ . 0 fiumminS rd FULLFASHIONED HOSIERY For emungw^r, you wiU want ou* d«llglitftiUf sUk^o-top Chifibm, wilii pkot e% or the Utett shades worn in rffiTt^fbhi Odver Hutmaiiw ftwb we c^ Setvtee and Service totur A "W $130 /or Suits Stepping out from the usual channels—doing the unusual—bidding for a large volume at a small profit, has made these suit values possible. Shadow stripes in the popular dark shades, blue cheviots with double breasted vests, hard finished worsteds for conservative dressers, are all to be found in this special suit department of ours at this low price. We are making new friends every day wjth these splendid values. $22.50 Bradley-Bow ton Co. US to? .

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