Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 17, 1928 · Page 8
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 8

Sterling, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 17, 1928
Page 8
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LATr r .r, r > "• ;£ i"','" 1 , v'X? 'r m ,T 1s -*''7jI STRIKERS ATTACKED -• ' - "/i '_> n*m' I THE DOCK WORKERS TEACHERS CAMPAIGN FOR HOOVER, CHARGE ! ^l\>:.'lr', on. IV .-(A P.) — DiJ-j «•!•.. ;;:f rf !r'r!i< . . !n fhr public, i I-,--.,;-, pr<uvt! r,< (!i-!r:b!itii!K poll-' U••.>! jDojvicniHln fnvorshlc lo tli(>' i'M•• KJ.-ntml fancliclaf-y of Herbert 1 jiVn:i,-r v ;v. (IrinniKl'-ri liv countv' N'i-w<nM!f>, N H. ^V., Ort. 17 — l"T!ity m^n v,fir- f'ik' n to n horpi- !a! yr.stcrosy lolloping RH attack '-f-.'ir thr rciion) bo.ird Mcmdnv lCii! ' j Ju f-iinpoit of (lirir charfic?, the, 1 - p!;'j!ni;t;i|--h.% of two Iraclicrs witli r.,.;", oi • H.i,. ( r ovrr" n campaign _ ."MIC. in thr:r liunds. Thr photo- ; j?&Pit&$& craph cirpK-trcl thrin trachinc Ihr M.-nt in n RIOUP rf .Tlinol children. Coolidge Will Give Dedicatory Speech Washington, Oct. 17 — fA.P.) — Prp.Mdrnt Coollrige has invited Admiral Charles F. Huglirs, rh!cf of naval operations. Major General John A. Lojfunr, commandant of the marine corps, and Brigadier General Bryant H. Wflls. acting chirf of staff, to accompany him next Friday to Fr*derick*burK where he will deliver nn address dedicating thp FredPrlcksburg and Spott- f.ylvan!a county battlefields. For 0s*er 38 Ysesrs Mrs. Holland's Home-Made Candies QC^ 1U Theaare O+J'L' 1U« worth it A wonder assortment of Chocolates and chewy pieces. /'Every Piece a Sweet Surprise" Handsomely Boxed. Wylie's Drug Store Next to Post Office Rock Falls Dry windows in cold weather are a sign of dry baked air in the home. "Dry" homes are harder to heat. Also they are really dangerous to health—especially of children. Dry air "drinks" up moisture like a blotter absorbing ink. Think of the tender membranes of baby's lungs breathing such air, « With a ROUND OAK Heating System the air of the home is always moist-kept so automatically with the HOUND OAK humidifier. You save in—and-yen save in fuel bills. Let us give you an estimate. Easy payments glad. -ly-amnged. - - • •. •• Round Oak BEATING SYSTEM Hurdle Hardware m w$»t, st. , ^ >» v, - . . . 're ..,- -, „*,, * f ^g: ^^ T - ^r ^~ «,:^».~ ** ^^H.^-Wjf^ 5 , -i *«, _ ,,, ^ ~ f * Dorothy Avers London Made- Rite Flour i« eamly mixed by hand. Made- Rite Ffowr Better Bread and Cake® MADE-RITE FLOUR was selected by Mrs. London, who is in charge of the Cooking School. This flour will make your cakes and.bread as fine as though you had used a high-priced cake flour. For Better Bread Exclusive Distributors For Better Cakes • Bley & Warner The Flour, Feed & Seed Men 4U Locust Street PHONE 81 Truly f I And a is good no matter how used— whether Provides the utmost in quality- Mrs. Lcudon will use it in the "Fresh at Sunrise" Every Day- It's Something Mighty Good to Tie to You'll Crave It Ever After. West Third Street STERLING Dorothy A* London highly recommends for all highly polished surfaces— i Because: It is free from destructive acid; It does not contain abrasives that will wear off the finish; It does not leave a false film of ( brittle gum ; It gives lasting satisfaction. Free Sumptett at Our Store. * DeVoe Double Daylight /^ii nn '•«• Glass White (Will not discolor— The very best finish for kitchens and bathrooms, ftnmt of mtt paper now on wlv at Better Paint Store Wmi fhifd Sire tt ~ "" " -— — Dorothy A. London Noted Food Expert Vtet A &S JL &• %Jb' k/« Pasteurized Miik and Cream Exclusively- In all her demonstrations At the Gazette Cooking School All milk and cr^m distributed by the A & S Dairy comeg*from tuberculin tested Jierds and is J w "mOPEUtLY PASTEURIZED" Mrs, Loudon will tell you the story of pasteurisation and tht extreme importance of using nothing T?ut pasteurized products. Any questions you may care to ask about pasteurization will be answered from the platform. Freshly OiuraM Creamery Butter Whipping Cream TTmt Whips Our Store or From Our Wagons MAIN m

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