Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 18, 1928 · Page 3
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Sterling, Illinois
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Thursday, October 18, 1928
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Rdhool €?r**1it Upon Th« Staff Tws the ly thl* ysair »nd reflect ererfH upon the staff. M*r*ta Bhmw j* «j(tor Sn chief, mtuM^d by twelve They *r? Haro?d McAn- Alte* Mil)*, Mrm MUler, Hmry Schryver, Thorn** Aekert. K«!en McKarnara. Kenneth Kohl, Oscll Welsh, Virginia B!tt/jrf, EM- Welsh, Gordon O'Neil and: CHJwrs on the editorial staff are H«kn Meftentm, commercial; M»r- gmrst McK*nn«, Alumni; Elixabsth O'Neil, society; JLawrtnc* Burte, de- M*ry JMW Cimroberg is busl- Will H&vt Of Peonies And Tulips Roy Shelly returmd bom« pester• daj? from Kenc»Ji», Wis,, whsre he h»s toeen for ««veriil iSmys dlgfing peony plants which he purchased a &hort 'Urns ftgo. A week »go h« and of his men dug up sboirt 10,- pl*ttt» and this week he dug. s, number. Th««e plant® will b» placed in A large field at Ukjgewater Farm east of this city end, with those planted lust fall, Mr. Shelly will have in the neighborhood of 50.000 peony plants. Mr. Shelly also expects to §et out 45,000 tulip bulbs this fall. The work of digging gladioli bulbs from his 12 acre field will be completed by the fore part, of next week if the weather clear* up. Entertain Relatives Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Mauer of New York C'ity. and Mrs. Maucr's father. A. M. KIdd, Sr., of Chicago were guests at dinner Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Kldd and family of this city. They also visited with other .relatives here for « short time before returning to Chicago. They came here from ' Morrison where they visited relatives and friends over Sunday. OATE TWO th# dlKtSnfWisbwl mothers st th American "Legion convention in 8*n Antonio, T«?>, was Mrs. A. R. Oentt who sent three sons Into the World War. Two were Stilled, Edmon being th* first American flyer to die in action. "•v/^w^hX^-X Home From Canada ChsoJes Wsmer has arrived home from ih« Canadian harvest fields A number of those, who took th« trip in the big bun, came home earlier but about fifteen rcturroxl £n the bus. All report a big crop in Canada this season. Assiating At Store Mrs, Harold Shoots la assisting at the J. K. Chester Dry Goods Co.. during the absence of Mrs. Ethel Bhcldon, a regul&r saleslady who has been ill for the past two weeks with the grippe, Mrs. Sheldon is showing a slight Improvement but is still quit* ill,, being confined to her home on Dizon Avenue, Rock Palls. At 7mieral In Ashton Mr. and Mrs. GhariM Pippsrt. Mrs. William Mppert aijd Mrs. John Pippert attended the funeral of tWr aunt. Mrs. Elizabeth Pfei£f«r, bald at Afihton Wednesday. Mm. Pfeif- fcr was a sister to the late John Plppert. 8r., o! Rock Falls and is the Jftst of the Pippert family who came to this country from Germany a number of years ago. IS No wonder, we handle some of the best grades of Illinois, Kentucky and Virginia Coal. We recommend our: CARBON GLOW 'Hotter than Blue Blazes/ BLACK BRIAR Our old stand-by for years. BE AVER DAM That Good Kentucky Coal. FRANKLIN COUNT Y Our Best Illinois Coal. All Sizes-Try our Service Call Main 1108 Eckman Coal Co. East Second St. at Third Ave. STERLING COOKING SCHOOL NEWS Plain or Chocolate 2 oipt p&itry fiour 2 egg* 3 tcacpeons biking penhier 1^ cup* milk . 1 taUctpoon tugu 2 tablespoons Critro H teaspoeo salt Sift flour, baking powder, wit and tugar together." Separate egg? and add tailk to beaten egg yolk» and stir iato dry bgrt&eats. Ad4 Crisco aaj fold in stilly bcateacgX whiten. Pour ty jpooafulftnn verjr.faot _ Discocd waflic iron. Serve hot -with hooey or raaple syrup. Foa CHOCOLATE, «4d two tablespoon* melted «Cdi the melted Cruco «ed fdiov Waffles? They can be the v*ry poems of the breakfast table—if they are delicate. But do OEM: profane so lovely a foqd with a "strong"Do you know the one fat really & give the true waffle flavor? just as it comes fresh the can, will tell you-—«»- Cut Price Merchae-"' dise Strictly Cash A mustard ointment of superior merit. An excellent remedy for colds in the chest, croup, etc. (>5c size. 47c Pure Glycerine A <j .-?• i ,*& / A chemically pure product and a necessity in every medicine cabinet. One pint bottles. 49c Tasteless and odorless, A lubricant for the intestinal tract—an aid to digestion. One pint bottles. 49c A liquid hair dressing. Gives you a well groomed appearance and makes the hair stay in place. 33c Right Limit Quantities! BAYER Tablets Rubbing Alcohol For bathing and external use. Contains 70% pure grain alcohol. One pint bottles. 29c PhWips Milk of Magnesia The original product. Slightly laxative and a corrective for stomach disorders. 12 oz. size. 37c Beef, Wine and Iron Stuarts Dyspepsia Tab. For sour stomach, indigestion, heart burn. An item that gives satisfaction. 60c size. 43c Jergens' Lotion An almond cream excellent for "whitening and softening the skin. 50c bottle. 39c __ Horlick Malted Milk A tonic food easy to prepare and readily assimilated even by the weakest stomach. $1.00 size. 79c For That Tired Feeling This splendid combination has proved its worth to women as one of the best general tonics in existence. As an appetizer and aid to digestion, it helps to build up the strength of the whole system. Full pint bottle, $1.00 size, lodent Tooth Paste Cleans and whitens. Made hi two kinds, for teeth easy to whiten and teeth hard to whiten. 36c Castor Oil The. safest laxative for children as well as adults. 8-oz. size. 29c Wildroot A liquid shampoo that lathers freely in hard or soft water. Leaves the hair fragrant- 'y clean. 34c Packages of 12. No sec onds, direct from the fac tora. Listerine The well known antiseptic and mouthwash. Safe and efficient. Largte size. 63c Swamp Root For bladder and kidney trouble. Easy to take and safe in results. $1.15 size. Molle A convenient shaving cream. Juet rub it on and shave it off. Sloans A good hot liniment for bruises and strains. Penetrates and relieves. 35c size. A scientific combination for Hay Fever, Catarrh and nasal inflaniations. $1.00 size. 79c Spray Away ThqtCold COJLB AT 1TME Anosn is «, most treatiueat for colds uou of tb® Uuroat, Sawfe i& the iiastriis aout efllecfc is DeVllbl&s Nose and Throat Sprays for colds and being recommended by physiciaus everywhere. Pharmacy H. N. Geyer Locust Pharmacy and efficient, one at ^ sprays as regularly" as you would your tooth bitish. It will Infection and your nose and throat h*altti sad tue , Wt; and isave coafi

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