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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - November 20, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                What is Haiti Beat Otir j What is Easy To Secure Our WE SELL Your Income Will Look Larger than when contrasted with t The Big Values WE OFFEBIM The Peoples Friend In Time of JTaok Frost la no respecter of Therefore prepare to meet his coining by securing one of our WINTER OVERCOATS Never so Low Never so Goodl Never so Stylish NEVER hardly We are seldom but always right mm Jtebry have returftM from where they have been VSslilftf naraet ons Anne fif was ftng he A few of oar young folks attended the fair held lt last directors of IMrlel 4 bate erected ft new fence around the school Frank our indnstrlotts trap plying bis trade along Rock Edward Devine hat returned from where WM attending the meeting of the Join J4 Cooney has gone to Chicago with another carload of He is one of our farmers who knows how to raise cattle ana Turkeys will be ripe next Wadklns and two little boys from are visiting Scott Mirw Annie of Js visiting her Left who has been Visiting relatives at Franklin returned home Mlsr Van spent Sunday here with her grandma and Mtases May and Nellie Delos Olds was elected school direc tor last to fill vacancy made by Frank Olds will make a good Martha May and Miss Cynthia Currier were around tbe village last making tbelr annual Miss Louisa of the started to school last week made our school last Do you know tbe points of a horse The STANDARDS premium gives fifty In SOUTH Mud and rain is the condition of the weather and roads at present Orandpap Wires Is againon the sick We are pleased to note that August who has been Very and atone time there was very little hope of his is again able to sit 1 Nora our music teach has closed her term with her class of young ladies of this A surprise party waa held at Saturday night Henry WahL of Is helping his brotherinlaw to husk Henry can husk a load of com as handily an he can sell a sewing machine to a of Taxewell Is visitingher Mllen Pittman is improving Stanton Vance and her sister will visit friends in Rook this The Washington school is under the care of Miss Misses Cora Peugh and Anna Vance will the County Conven held at aa delegates of the Christian of Albert Garrison returned home last Fred Hamilton came home from see sick Ed Millikan returned to Chattanooga Baby Hannon was sent for last Sat after a ten days visit at grand The institute held here last Saturday was well attended and profitable to the Erie and Prophetstown were The teachers showed a lively and intelligent interest their Shaw and one more appraised the property of Roe last Roo has been quite feeble for a long time and desires to put bis house In Mark of is here on a visit Rlley and Garrison took tbe road again Monday John Hamilton died at 7 and was buried In the Lyndon cemetery Tues day She waa an old resi dent of this and highly esteemed by all who knew her a consistent ehria tian and member of the Congregational She leaves a husband and two and Fred who were both at the funeral with their Rainy and Miss Maggie Sanders spent Saturday and Sunday at her near Miaa Caasie Baldwin visited her eon sin from Friday until John Richmond returned from her visit in Thursday A masked ball will be given in War pers Thanksgiving Roche of to spend ing a few days at Harry of spent a few days last week at the home of her It was sorainy Friday evening that but few attended the dance how reported a good Miss Blanch Baldwin Is visiting at her a Warrtngtons father assisted him during revivals last Quilke of spent last week the home of and Charles Ton can now find and Fred Adams at Ja the Sturtevant which waa vacated by Maggie Sanderson visited tbe schools or Sterling last Edna Timmerman and Ida Brigham visited BlBckmores in one evening last of has a daw in vocal which meeto every Mon Master Eddie of the tenth toft school to learn telegra Rfiftbte to bfl otrt for tome on strast Mfw ttftcbec et primary was het neat Charley Yonng retnrned to Mersdota this Monday tnotiting comes down this way often Ijoneht the lately belonging to on which be Is making some be fore Timmerman has sold his meat market to Schtneld Tltn merman wJS occupy the Sholes where remain this Bessewill move into the rooms over the meat of who has been spending some time with relatives in this left Friday accompanied by Timmerman ana for her On Friday last we bad the satisfac tion of seeing and hearing Edisons wonderful the It is quite a curiosity to those who have never seen or heard Sbolee Is having a complete new set of stage scenery which will very much Improve the looks of his BERNlCE AND CftB you tell the age of a horse The STANDAKDS premium gives seven cuts illustrating this HARMON Every person is remarking about the exceeding mild and pleasant weather we are Having for the time of Perhaps it Is owing to the Democratic and Farmers Alliance great victory in tbe late the friction causing heat The people of this part of Oods mo ral universe are crying band times and short It may be due to the Re publican administration or the McKln ley There Is always some cause for a hue and Farmers are generally through pick ing Quality good quantity Hay pressing in all the rage here Five or six presses are and have been at Hogs are being carload after The scarcity of corn is the Some fanners have been losing their hogs with tbe Several teams in this place are out gathering We have had a few cases of diphthe ria in our The farmers have had a fine time to do their fall Our winter term of school Com menced last with Misses Ross and MoKevitt as Henry of is here Ing after bis The Inventors of hay presses have been in our town looking after their presses and trying to make sale of John Caughlin has gone to work for the Pullman car Ryan had a stock sale on Thurs day of last T Miller Is dolnjr some building on his farm south of Owen has been laid up for a few days with an abscess on the Frank Vroman talks some of going away to Parker tells me he raised one hundred bushels of turnips this Our coal dealers have been getting in considerable and the farmers have been hauling It Hill has been buyingr press Ing and shipping Leydig has been crippled where be waa wounded In battle during the Bantley ate stso here on a We heartily endorse evety word of BlsrtcmoraB In his lecture on Arithmetic made concerning the Mathematical ability of of From several years with fn doing sums for the fmblic feel confident that he could pass a very fair examination in anyhow as far ROUHD Rain instead of AOverlyj of Is viaitttig her of this Lewis who has been gome time with John Armstrong and returned to her home in last John and Allen who have been picking com for the last few school this Adam Dlehl returned home Saturday from a business trip to wbo baa been spending some time in returned home one day last Stephen who has been pick ing corn for John commenced working on the section thfa Skinner preached a good Sermon to a large audience in the Baxter will preach next The STANDARDS premium devotes six pages to President of the Coun ty lectured in the church but Thursday Sknle called on us last Saturday morning while on his way to the teachers Institute at Jor dan Michael always has the same good natnred smile on his fron tispiece and dont care a hooter twin kle in both McCray returned last Saturday from a weeks visit among relatives at Wapello and not for getting to call on the governor while at the latter We know of no crime for which Hiram should beg private Joes pardon unless perchance It might be complexion of bis ticket at the late and Henry of showed up among there many friends bore over of was visiting relatives in and around Coleta last Ackerman was In Chicago last week wad laid in a goodly supply of winter and holiday goods for their Now boys out for tin whis tles nigger dofls and jumping The Artbmetto school organized by Blaokmore and taught by closed but Saturday night About 40 attended and Burtons short methods and lightning calculations ad vanced quite Of course It would be folly to tafc of learning all about business Arithmetic In three nights but it waa pretty well outlined and the class will follow it un by hold ing weekly meetings during the A reception was given Elder Fritoh ard at Overholsers last Friday Eye See of the Gazette family goes Dff oa a tangent again last Smith neither a sheriff nor a deputy sheriff i very good own and When made the handcuffs were neither used nor Fwur of tbe Prophetatown the imtitute Lyndon Coooer will this week move into is new e lot FieldB oa nortk seriously U witMuae wWch is The Gazette correspondent strongly in timated that thQ second party was also placed under arreat He was neither arrested in Coleta nor in He was wanted and used as a state wit We would not exonerate any one from A grerioiw offense bad been committed and we believe much good will result from Ita expos ure And the full vindication of the law but we fail to see how any further be nefit can be derived from personalities publio weak neat of the person who Indulgea iu titete personal thrusts aimed at their best friends only our editor of the Christian Conservator of Dayton pietwlied in the church last fore noon and We had tbe plea ure of listening to eloquent and atruotlve diaooursa in tbe evening on the subject of Jfaith and President of Wegtera will preach the Thanks in the church at SarsOi of ft ta last wife of w Miss Maude Reed and brother visited last week at their Mary Jesse Troupe and Jap of were out this way last In search of We think they must have found judging from the number of rabbits deposited in the back of their and Harry of Ster visited recently at Lizzie Carpenters are engaged this week In building a new carnage house for Wetzelf on his farm near after having spent several weeks in this vicinity with returned last week to her home in George Oetz and of were in our town Thursday calling on Several of tbe farmers have comple ted corn husking for this Wilson Deeta and Miss Emma Honk visited our school last Qrandma Carolus is visiting relatives Miss Dollle of has been visiting at FannlngTs the past Miss Mila Hill of is visiting at the home of her and Joseph of Last week Aldus accompanied by several other young took Hor ace Greeleys advice and started west in search of their The boys started for Montana and no by this be busily engaged at William wife and visited in our town on of excounty school will give two lectures in tbe town hall this Wednes day and Thursday His sub ject will be The house we live 10 and 15 A new surgeon in Jacob Tlll man who is suffering from a felon on his but did not have tbe courage to let the doctor lance and couldnt sleep fell asleep during the day and bis took pity on his father and taking a razor slipped up to the bed and slit a gash in the they say to the and didnt Jake and didnt Charlie they say it helped the Put up your It is well knownthat Dunmore was elected but he makes a better peace officer than as he had papers to serve on certain par but instead of serving he got the parties together and explained the law to as he understands the pretty and brought the matter to an amicable The bridge just south of the store Is going to be rebuilt at as tbe stone and plank are already and work will DO commenced as soon as the weather Tne Genesee and Jordan branch In stitute held ita second meeting at the Center school house last It being a very unpleasant the mem bers were slow in and it was not until nearly noon that the Institute was called to In tbe absence of the Guinther was appointed pro The first subject chosen was Miss Latimer a very entertaining essay upon the A recess wasnow taken until By the time of the opening of the afternoon exercises a fair representa tion of teachers were quite a number of The program waa opened with a song by the pupils of the Center The first the feeling was discussed by Noah Kelly being present was called upon and gave an Interesting talk upon Kate Zlgler then read an excellent paper upon 3d This was followed by a general School branch of Trustees and School Treasurer was discussed by the Institute Foster then read an article from a magazine upon The program was closed by an instructive address by Kelly upon the effects of The next meeting of theInstitute will be held in Coleta the third Satur day in imiir mi JONES LAN THE LEADERS MAKERS OF We during the next two make a Special Sale of M1IIU11 Mill We have just opened this morning another new line of 9OOTS v UNDERWEAR and They are ifr the correct and we are not asking fancy prices for We have the Boss Line of Hats and J Read our Price List and you will be that we will save 4 you at least 33 13 per on everything you buy of Our Mens Our Our Our Our Our Our do do do do do do 160 2SO Stiff former now do do do do In Ladies Goods we carry the celebrated Reynolds cant be beat for Oar Shoes will be sold for Our do Our t do Our do Our do We also carry a full line of Childrens and Misses Shoes and we will make the same reduction in The best line of White Shirts in the Our Shirts will be sold for 81 JO Our LOO do Our do Our do We are still slaughtering Dry Goods and by the crowds of people that visit our store daily convinces us of the fact that We are selling goods lower than any of our neighbors i WE WILL GIVE THE PEOPLE A CHANCE ON I I t we will make a SPECIAL SALE OF Every Lamp in our Entire Stock will be offered at a price that should sell it if the people appreciate low prices and want light On the same day we shall offer Special Inducements on DINNER and TEA SETS we have a number of patterns in decorated ware from which you can make your own selection as to the number of pieces you Everything in above goods at prices which will make you purchasers On that date we shall have our line of Holiday Goods which is even1 larger than in former years open for All are cordially invited to attend this sale whether you de sire to purchase or We want to see Next Door to Post Our attention hag been colled to the fact that we have no late map or atlas of Whiteslde Nothing of the kind hasbeen published since nearly twenty years In that time many changes have been made over the A good map of the coun containing all the changes up to sold at a reasonable we think would have a large All Who have an opinion to either for or against a neyr map or drop the STANDARD pfflse a inside of six mid we shall be glad to publish the numbur in favor or opposed to the project The butchers of Sterling have peti tioned the City Council to paw an ordi nance imposing A license fee of per year fox the privilege of selling fresh within the of the City of The eibjeeSlf to exclude w those not eegafad in the f roui peddling fwah which wjtti Can show a very much larger assort ment of i Hone Blankets and Plush and Fur Than any house in Whitesido and give BOCK BOTTOM An he buys direct ftom the mauufacs He is also headquarters for all kinds of I SAY IS MEANS YOU IS THE SEASON TO BRING IN YOUR FOTJLT AND GET No but the good hard M dollars of our together with the very Old   

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