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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - November 20, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                St tratJwrfeeif to trmwKfct to of STAS W of name shows irhrn no ttat date touted Ttu rate fiso per ft TMt WixKSChwnberlin Wwther KfcPOBTKD BT 14 17 18 19 44 37 t S3 57 M 49 46 M 8t ROUND TOWN Have you seen the STANDARDS new sign MrJQoldsrolth Is the and he cant be excelled in the It will be noted that under the new schedule on the the west bound train is taken off on James McCune has purchased the Deyo property on First avenue and will shortly become a resident of the Third has sold his driving horse to and may be expected shortly to appear behind a 8500 Frank is fast The Glass Blowers have transferred their quarters from the Armory to Mtennerchor where they opened on Monday night for the There is a dangerous scuttlehole in the sidewalk on First in front of Emmitts which ro quireathe attention of the street The sale of stock and farming Imple ments advertised by occurs next Tuesday at his farm in opposite Banes school The Sterling Branch Teachers Insti tute will convene at the Sterling school 10 oclock on Saturday next An inviting program will be seen In another A full train of new Tiffany refriger ator cars passed through west on Friday all loaded with perishable freights for points west of the Missouri The Ladles Aid Society of the church in Montmorency will give an oyster supper at the church tomorrow to which everybody who has two bits is Wilson sold his team of Shet land one day last to Levl of Frankfprd Will for thenqat sum of Gossman has removed his family over the store lately occu pied by Silas and next week he will 6pen In the latter a first class res taurant and rector of was on account his accident last to fill his pulpit lasi A clergyman from Dixoc filled the vacancy The until have occupied a hall over Melvin Lbhrs store on West Third have leased the rooms in the Academy of lately occupied by and fitted them up in elegant Miss Bertha West Fourth is now riding a handsome bicy cle which she earned as a premium in getting up a club for the Chicago Even ing Post The Post of the 8th publishes an excellent wood cut of the McAllister Nelson have purchased the merchant tailoring establishment of McAllister on First ave nue and took possession on The new firm are young and pushing men and they will get to the front in their walked oil with bluej ribbon at the Chicago Fat Stock in the swine and did hands Hollenbeck of exhibited a hog which weighed 1010 and out stripped all competitors by nearly 100 Jamea known among bis friends as local for the surprised his friends com pletely last Monday evening by making Miss Ethel of Hock Bales performed the at the parsonage la Kock Invitations are out for the marriage Thanksgiving day of Miss Carrie daughter of James Ail of to Wallace a prosperous young farmer of and will reside near Prophetstown after their where the former owns a Miss Francis president of the UM says Appletons Dstia trill plve his irmge Ian tern entertfiinratmt of JertmJetn ftnd Pyramids at FralrievilKs Tuesday Rabbits have not been 80 cnmerona In this region for years as they are this and farmers are bringing them to market by the A grand the second of the sea is to be at the New Opera House at oh Thanksgiving Wednesday to which every body is The young people of the First church will give a milkmaid sociable in the church parlora on next Wednes day Evs erybody may As next Thursday is Thanksgiving the STANDARD will be issued on Wed nesday of next Our correspond ents will please note this and send in their items on The Sterling high school is preparing for a rendition of one of Shakespeares plays ih the near the public will be The Merchant of Venice is the play A big stock and lack of room has forced the drug to doubledeck the rear part of his store The u pper floor is to be fused for storing holiday The McKtnleybill didnt affect the turkeys of and Frank of for last Tuesday they picked out eightyseven of the most marketable and brought tbem to town and pocketed 8111 for the Who wouldnt be a farmer The As sociation held Its annual election of officers on Monday evening with this Lelloy Vice Prest Treasurer Eugene Di rectors On account of the illness of Van wife of the Presiding Elder of the Dixori Grover Clark will conduct the quarterly meet Ing next and Enos pastor of the Lyndon will nil the Fourth street morning and The funeral of the late Miss Sallie which occurred last Thurs day was one of that has occurred In this city for The Martin Post assisted Palmer the which were held at family residence on Fourth Sixth avenue will soon be one of the finest drives in the city and one of the most desirable for residence The grading is now completed and the macadamizing will begin at Per manent tile walks are to be laid on both sides of the its entire early in the spring There are some valuable re TOCBSEtP Frank AHabaugh npent Friday and Saturday in on real estate City Editor Of the spent Sunday with friends ftt Burling of Minneapo late of this la in Sterling visit ing Bennett of was in town Monday and Tues day of this George of Kansas la visiting tys ex Mayor this of the eldest daughter of visited her father here on John Ahrena returned Saturday last from whence lie went to purchase a Miss Ethel Barrett Is spending this week In the guest of and Any fam ily that has these volumes and teaches ttis young folks to read them Is Quite Ukely to furnish the Republic with faajous men and women later I regard Biography1 as a lib education A union meeting of the and Epwwtb Leagoe societies of Ster ling and Koek Fails will be beld next Tuesday in the at 71W garded at least by their ambulating the streets of with out checks and upon which the city tax has not yet been which will be found some of these line mornings with their toes turned Sterling has about four times as many dogs as are really necessary any The meeting at the rooms last Sunday afternoonVaa Grover Clarks ad dress was a forcible and eloquent engaging the closest attention of his The meetings at night throughout last week were only fairly well but those who were present enjoyed four excellent lectures by the various pastors of the Kindergarten Saml Patterson leaves this after noon at for whence he goes to engage in the lumber business in company with John of A syndicate of eastern with Jay Gouid at the head of owns a large tract of timber land 100 miles north of New which is to be developed under the manage ment of Pollock assisted by The raising of poultry for is getting to be an extensive in Whiteside and those who have given the matter a fair claim that it is far profitable than the rearing of live and brings the farmer returns much more At present there are seven firms in the county engaged in dressing and ship ping poultry to the and all are doing a good A grand ball was given at the Wal lace Opera House on Monday under the auspices of the ladies of Patricks Some seventy five couples were parties from IMxon and Clinton being In At 11 oclock sup per was served in the supper room at tached to Masonic and it was a toothsome Bucks orchestra furnished the Folia were opened at the Fourth church in accordance with a resolution passed at the last General for the purpose of getting an expression from the mem bership as to the propriety of admit ting women aa delegates to the General Only twentyfour votes were for and three the We have not learned the result at the other Metho dist churches tn the The Kindergarten is chock full of fun and catchy We gee by the Boston Globe that having sold their system of water works at Mout tothat they are try tog to arrive their value arbitrators according to transfer will tie toe that wtbeflm capital with J from a months vacation at Thursday evening and Eshleman spent Sunday and Monday at the guests of relatives and Frank Patterson has accepted n position at Miller Chamberliris un til the close of the holiday Frank Newell resigned his posi tion at Seelys lunch counter last and was succeeded by John Wisard of is In the city this the guest of Alonzo Wilkinson and other Samuel Patterson returned on Thursday evening from a protracted visit with friends in New York of ar rived here on Friday and is visit Ing her numerous friends throughout the Judge Wolfersperger spent several days of last week In concfud Ing a real estate deal for the Miss Maggie McDonald has accepted a position at Sheetz dry goods and wants to see her many friends Brennemnn departed on Monday on his annual tour of three in the interests ot the North western Barb Wire Miss Cora Burdick and Elmer Crawiord spent a part of the past in visiting Josephine Miss Hattie whd has been teaching the McWhorter school for the past year or will attend college this probably at the double front was in Chicago tills buying specialties for the winter He returned last Silas and family since they diflposedJjLtheir removed to the First ward and now oc cupy old home near the cem Justice Shoop and others from this who attended the annual meeting of the at last returned home on AuntMary Wallace returned Friday from where she had been for several months attending her Lida in her last Editor of the Erie In and his who has been helping on the scraped the earth off of their shoes before they cllmed our iron foot walk last Philip Smith has accepted a po sition with succeeding resigned to take a more lucrative place as com mercial tourist for Chicago jewelry Abe late principal of Lincoln now taking a classical course at is expected home next week for a months vaca tion He is now in the freshman class at Miss Anna who was called to Polo two weeks ago to attend her mother in her final returned Saturday afternoon and on Monday re sumed her duties as principal of the Sterling school We are rejoiced to be able to report that who has been in ill health for some Is very much His gives it as his opinion that he will now speedily recover his usual Mayor Lawrence arid Lawrence returned on the Tuesday from whence they were called ten days ago by the severe illness of their They left her somewhat but no hopes are entertained of her ultimate re the Supt of the Ea clne Construction bade his many friends here a final adieu on Tuesday afternoon and returned to Murphyrs where his company is put ting ia a Foots made a host of friends here during his eight months IL and all of the Racine Con struction arrived In town last Sat urday for the purpose of at tending the Council meeting on Mon day evening and effecting a settlement of their sewer Henry late collector for the First National departs today for to take a in the Third Regiment The resi dents of the Badger state will nod Wercea a natural and thoroughly edu cated and a We are sorry to lose and so is tlia Key itmte of wJUeh iwe kwg i Shannon of is visiting his relatives in He formerly resided in this Arthur of is in the city this week visiting his He returns home George the gentle manly advance agent of The Kinder garten Comedy made this office a short call Harry a prominent musician of this departed last week to join the Soap Bubble The Soap Bub ble will be here on The mere does not carry with it much to Impress a un less one has dealt in the commodity and found that investments made in the article paid large The has no especial significance to the busy American of but if It were known how much is involved in a perfect understanding of the and how fully the wants of the most exacting Were met in Appletons manyfam ilies in Sterling who have young or would not be without the It contains a biographical sketch of every person eminent in American civil rtnd military in law and in literature and in and in including distinguished persons born abroad that are feinted to our national and embraces all the countries of North and The index volume contains between fifty and sixty thous and This invaluable set of books forms the only complete history of the World in every branch of human achievement Every home should own It Particulars at the STAN DARD On will ccur our Annual Opening of land made Fancy verybody is invited to call nd inspect tlie finest display f this class of goods ever seen Fancy articles of very and for every in hew and original Nothing of the kind ver seen in this city Go to John Pecks for nice drj Mold in any At on will find ft stock of Ladles and Iliildreus Underwear and in 11 weightBjvnd are abso litely unequalled for price and The STANDAUDS premium gives the number of days from any day in one month to the same day In any LOCAL Go to John Fecks for nice dry Hold in any FUR Next week I will offer an elegant stock of Ladies Fur just received from an eastern and if you want come and see Now is your chance for an elegant holiday and a big stock to se lect this is a spe cial sale and lasts only next The Old Beliable Fancy Cords and China Mulls and Scrims at FARMERS will find the best Lumber at the lowest for sale by 403 JOHN CHANGE OF The undersignedhave purchased the stock and business of McCallis and have removed their own stock to the First avenue opposite td the trade the best and cheapes line of piece goods in the Over suits or parts of suits made up and cheaper than anybody else can MOCALLISTER Fur and Plush Caps for Ladies and at DETWEILER ft To engage a firstclass farmer for mj east 472 neat an nobby in interior decorating go and se the Fresco unde Chamberlin real estate office He is perfectly familiar with all th latest wall Particular atten tion given to church Don fail to see him if you want Bomethin Egyptian for sale at MILLER The great at Puzzle 1 CHAM HAVE YOU BEEN to SHEETZ dry goods house to see thei LINENS and CALICOES Great bar Look Here It is well fatted poultry that bring big and no feed is as good Hold your Inferior stock until i is well fatted then bring it to us an we will give you the highest rnarke prices for RIEQEU 47w2 1st north of Ry crossing Fresh at Al Meat 1st TIDDLEDY WINKS Is the name of a new Laies thing See it at MILLER I will call farm sales at reasouabl rates and guarantee Th McKinley bill has had no effect on rais ing my prices for Sales every Saturday at the auction store in th Go to John Fecks for nice dr Oak lie will cat same an deliver Stop a Leedlel and read this bill of fare Bmokec fresh Fork Bee Lamb Pork For Frankfurt Fick led Pigs and Pickled Tripe Supply yourself at ALS MEAT First Avenue ARE YOU COLD Then come and see the new Winte Flannels just in at JPJBTWKILEU Boers Lancaster Almanacs a Highest market price paid for Grain at MOSES Rock Fslla hardware folks ar the people for poor folka to buy have urge stock of Stoves ana the roust sell Call and see the mammoth stock of Stoyes and eon ttuit tfcey paean just tfee MEAN THIS We have now In stock and offer at specially low Prices the lARGEST of is your time to see the biggest Iiow place of StoVes you ever looked MCNEIL have tnelr tore full and the Cnldwell mviiiB 80 new and second hand Stoves x pick Call at as they go ast at the Try my own make of First COLD FEET ccasion a deal of teep your toes warm by buying lleece r woollined Shoes at DETWEILER THOSE WHO EXPECT o purchase Pianos or Organs for holi day and who may need six to welve months will consult their nterests by calling upon JAMES Go to John Pecks for nice dry Oak He will cat snino and deliver THE are not here but If you drop In at MILLEH CiiAMUEiam s an examina tion of the big stock now on display will aid you in making your We Desire call attention to our stock of Ladles Hand Cork Soled thing in the market for winter BELL Try Als famous Pressed at the First Avenue Meat A complete stock of the celebrated Foster Kid in all colors and and every pair at FOR My containing sit uated 2K miles north of well oneasy For further information call on Hanging Lamps at the Fair FOP Buggy For Wagon For Cart For SecondHand of all and wheel go to 468 JOHN Tallow anil Fna 1 will pay more than any one else for Bring them to my Harness shop on First avsnue Try the James Boots at Moans No Advance I Hard Coal per ton at MOSES Spring Chickens at Als Meat Look Here Everybody knowing themselves to be indebted to us SO days or are requested to call and This means YOU BELL Biggest stock in and at popu lar Call at FAIH East Third Finest display of Black Tips in the at to per Carter Water Tanks and Storm at MOSES If you want something good in Boots and buy Unkel Petes own They are wear and you can bet on Economy Flour and Feed Bring your grists to the mill at foot of Locust We grind buck and feed of all Fresh Market Catfish at Als COE Want to sell you a bill of Lumber and your Hard Call and see or order by Glores and Mittens at way down Big stock on hand and must BELL for Go to Carter Hoovers Latest Styles to The celebrated STARK for men and you will find at Unkel FREY is glad to inform tUe public that she now baa secured the artistic services of Ella Van Home In her Millinery She alao baa the fullest line of ail kinds of Fall and Winter Oooctsr of the prettiest patterns or children and growa Pension Call ou sw address FALL and WINTER CLOAKS WRAPS OF ALL That we have evor offered to the All Weights and All J RHRTFR UflLO I FERN BERG BELIABLE ONEPRICE CLOTHIERS 5 Goodfor What They and Careful We solicit the custom of all persons possessedof brains enough to know that no dealer can sell goods worth twice as much as the as stated in most advertisements to be seen nowadays in the The men that so advertise are obtaining money by false from simpleminded or thoughtless Before you buy you are invited to come to a reliable good for what they and the best goods worn by the male at fair and reasonable IT BUY IT WINKS THE POPULAR NEW I REMEMBER Our Store Is Full of CHOICE GOODS FOK THE MILLER JUDD   

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