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Sterling Evening Gazette, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1895, Sterling, Illinois VOLUME 14 JULY 10 UL That burning thirst will in crease until it is your and you may drink something that you ought not Quench it with a glass oj f IMA You know what ours ICG Any Quench that low fever before it runs into something You dont need as medicine in summer as you do in but when you do need it you need it bad and you need it Try us for quickness as well as for Meyers Last Call on Ladies Percale Suits We have a few left which will be closed at the fol lowing prices The Quality at The Quality at The Quality at The Quality at W e a r e overstocked o n Scotch The price has been 12 Take along at 8 JL Books Books Books We are offering special in books of all letter paper and pens and etc Our magazine stand of the best current sporting news and fashions is re member we carry fishing tackle of the very on TUTTLE PALP Katie Runnels returned to Prophetstown yesterday to spend her She will return to the busi college in Roswell Champion and Misses Mary and Linda were expected home thia after noon from their extended visit in Du fifteen young people from Sterling drove out to the home of Abram eight miles out on the Pennington road last night and gave him a jolly surprise It was the occasion of his and he was warmly and the beat wishes expressed for many happy re turns of the GRAND SHOE SALE o reliable by a reliable will buy Ladles Fine narrow mid not a pair worth less than and some worth cn will buy Mens Klne a dozen DVJ regular 50 We have a number of Ladles very fine shoes In small sizes that we will nearly give Many other lust as good The Leading Best Maker in the It takes lots of brains and energy t o know how to be Leader in Leader in Leader in but our success shows we are entitled to them Best Latest Lowest 1st Rational Bank 15 3d Fruits and Ice Cream received daily at my new Third Ice Cream sold In any Batter and and new fresh every Amos Bee Hive We are going to set off some crackers Peerless Flake and Snow and Butter tender and Freih crackers are Stale crackers are no We are careful to ship often and keep them THOMPSONS WILD CHERRY PHOSPHATE We have a beautiful booth in which It is served cold to all who come and a girl who has nothing to do but give you a glass A sample bottle which makes a gallon for lOo and a bottle for which makes 16 quarts of this delicious bever For ICED TEA try our Monsoon It Is mellow and At tho BEE HIVE UPHOLSTERING MOONEY MEE THE SHOE ALL KINDS OF CEMENT LAWN and MONUMENTAL WORK Constructed of the best ma terials and bv firstclass Drop me a JAMES Park Sterling III el aU kinds promptly I I Make a Specialty of COUCHES arid PARLOR EN til Change of Finn have purchased the interest of my Henry in the Candy and will collect al accounts and pay all I shal continue to carry a large of Summer Drinks Ice and serve lunches and Everybody cordially in to Harry ELLEE to IV of is at the John was expected back from Chattanooga Sheldon went to Chicago this morning on legal i Sipple was an afternoon vis yesterday from Jacob Grubb of Fourth ave nue is quite strawberry season is drawing to a close in left last night for California to spend the Hubbard of Lyndon stopped at the Merchants Cafe today for din of did business in the city yesterday after Bush left this afternoon for to visit with relatives for sev eral of was the t last night of his Williams is on tho sick list Substitute is carrying mail in his River Lodge 12 has a mooting Third degree Philips and Mor ris went to Dixon this morning to hus for the big directors of tho Athletic Field association will meet tomorrow night at the arrived yesterday rom to spend his vacation at iis old home south of the Annie Stakemiller and Edith Stanton returned to Carroll this afternoon after a pleasant visit with of who is vis iting in the city with fell down stairs this morning and was slightly Angevine is here again in the interests of a Woods Broom com also visiting his uncle Frey and friend Collins and wife of Chicago stopped a few hours in They are driving through to He is a wellknown veterinary surgeon of Mary of arrived in the city on tho North western train this to attend the funeral of Fred is a sister of Davis store was transformed into a apartment A scaffolding covering tho body of the store was erected by workmen who were putting in a metallic Frod who was visiting in Sterling for six left this morning for her homo in She was accompanied by her Miss Ida will visit there several will bo a meeting of the Father Bennett Temperance society Thursday evening in tho club rooms to discuss the matter of holding a picnic under the auspices of the Aug ust in some place to be selected J Fisk of Grand North visiting with her Samuel Myers of Fourth street and Seventh Her hus who is a prominent will join her She will remain a Epworth League members of the Fourth street Methodist church will make arrangements this evening for giving a farewell reception Friday night to who will soon retire from the office of Presiding Elder of this who has been spending his vacation at his home north of started for his work in Chicago this accompanied by a friend from who has been visiting They made the trip back ou their Keystone band is the band that Sterling people always love to Tonight it will play on the lawn at the Christian church and the ladies of the Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor of the church will serve refreshments to the crowd that will undoubtedly afternoon a case of unusual interest will come up before Judge Ward at It a case brought by Kennedy of Newton against the elected school trustee of District The people of the township have filed a to set aside tho late election en tirely and proceed to elect new trus The a doaen or for ia the POWDER Absolutely A crenm of tartar baiting Highest of ull iu United States ROYAL BAKING Wall Popular goes far toward establishing the standing of a business bouse In the and the will and favor we have been shown that those who have dealt with us bars eminently satisfied with their invite you to keep Coe Corner Main and Bridge Rock Wilger hurt his hand badly today while wheeling a truck in the has purchased fivo hundred acres James Dinsmore Henry Shultz and are visiting her sister in Carroll coun and wife are in Freeport today attending the funeral of Loux entertained at tea last evening Noah Kratz and Miss Mabel Parker of Minnie Page and of will arrive in the city tomor row and will be the guests of the Odd Fellows meeting last night it was agreed to advertise at once for bids for the construction of the new and work will be rapidly Morrison High school base ball club played the Sterling High school nine this afternoon in the Third ward Quite a crowd assembled to watch the Carolus wishes to inform the the person who placed the bananas on his porch that he is very in for the The Doctor did not know he had such good Melvin received a tele gram this morning stating that her Lon inspector of the Union Stock is the proud father of a fine baby Also that the Doctor was promoted to a bettor posi at following program will be rendered this at the First Methodist church under tha auspices of the Epworth League Devotional Vocal Elsie King and Cepheus Selection by Miss Elva Round and George Mouth Organ Triggs Frank Everybody is invited to come and en joy the Broadway The sewer is coming this way rapid is almost to Seventh One thousand feet of ditch is now Fiftyfive men employed this In the afternoon many quit work on account of The digging is ex tremely The men instead of working by the day are working by sections and getting so much a foot and are not getting Camp in Secretary Tucker left town to day with tho final dray load of supplies for the camp at Stones Is The camp opens this evening for the reception of all members who care to take advantage of Those who stay over night will need to take two blankets along for Good board will be The camp is to be run on business principles and the price per day will be 50 cents per camper including four meals two 75 Tho steamer leaves the water works this evening at and and will return tomorrow at and Morning and twilight services will be held A dozen or more of the boys expect to go out to camp Straw Hats We have all the tf BEIL We keep a full JEWELL That has given better tion than any other stove Try PHILIPS fit GOOD PEOPLE OF t We are headquarters for choice fresh milk and sweet skimmed and Choice creamery and dairy GIVE US A 218 First the CIGARETTE FIENDS Tobacco Pipe and Cigar DO YOU WANT TO GET CURED Of ther Ot those If so buy Uncle Sams Tobacco a Dont die of nicotine poison Per 3 Packages for LOCAL Positively money refunded it not cured utter Our Specialties I Sleepy Eye Minnesota Cream of Elegant Mocha and Pure Java A Fine Combination A Good Rio Uncolored Japan Uncolored Japan Uncolored Japan Uncolored Bacon and Dried Fine Cot bacco at a Smoked Canoed Toilet CALL AND GET TENTS por Sale or A Hale and Happy Old Age May be to by using Zoa at period of of MANGANS Harness i
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