Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 19, 1928 · Page 6
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 6

Sterling, Illinois
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Friday, October 19, 1928
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a f tH«w** ¥Et,t?HQHS MAJOR A Keal Near Mace tfet« * fmmjl «ml * h*!f GUARANTIED PUBE Basket Store \ €5. A. BROWN, Prop. ', J15 East Tliird Strwt, r STEELING, ILL, EXTRA SPECIAL! : Large lot of Apples in bushel baskets. Fine quality—Low prices. lettuce, large heads, 2 for 25c Cranberries, quart .. .20c Sweet Potatoes, Virginia Jerseys, 10 Ifos 25c Eating Pears, doz. . .".25c Quinces, 6 for 25c Fancy Goldeh Heart Mich. Celery, bunch. 15c Monarch Coffee, tb .. .50c Green beans, celery cabbage, cauliflower, parsnips, radishes, garlic, spinach, endive, Brussels sprouts, tomatoes, bunch beets, bunch carrots, Honey Dew melons, QURCAN&Y t is Good Take home a supply for over the week end. Hade in our own kitchen of the finest materials. CHOCOLATE NUT BARS Special, 2 for 5c Vanilla, Peanut Cluster. Seeded Raisin Cluster end Ragtime Candy, m ...... Also C oi uuiiu tC taster Chocolate I" Confectionary £fn«f. Taste this wonderful drink, try it just once —and you'll forever he numbered among its hosts of friends. Delicious, Invigorating Pure and Wholesome* That Tells the Story! Try it today; it's the one drink ^ou'll enjoy—hut buy it from your dealer by the case or ask for it at your favorite fountain. Twin City Produce Company Wholesale Distributors that you have heard Mrs. Dorothy A. London eminent" . Science authority explain all about the superior quality erf Calumet Baking Powder at the free cooking school—why it produces better results—morel delicious and healthful foods and have actually seen with your own eyes the light, tempting and evenly raised baking?, it produces* GREATEST Ifyou were one of the few wio did not attend this cooking fchi>oL it is not too late to learn how Calumet simplifies baking aad kaoroves foods*Tryl^You;' wasn't the skill of the expert de momtrator that ptpduced suck wonderful results, it'was Calumet quality— ' infailible actkmT You will find too thai you can produce bakings every bit as good—every time you use Calumet. Hie Double Action of Calumet provides proel* leavening force and gives you dependable DOUBLE ACTING with leavening fe B**!*^ «l5«s« «% IPii ** Crave-It Label on your ^ It is your guarantee. It is Better for TO A ST~SA ND WICHES And with butter and spread is sure delicious. People's Bake Shop D: & the kind, Kfrelj- sea- best ever ate, IfK „,..,. per " _ Wash a rent bargain., extra good-4u*Hty, ^ .'......,. 3 Loaves of for •......,„.,.......-..,.,.„,, -.^.......,., Sunbeam Sweet Corio^ fancy. 26c grade* -2 ... „_.,,.,*,........... Happy "Vale Tomatoea, 2 No. 2 cans •„...,,.„.>•>»,-„ ,.,,„.-..., Happy Vsle Tomatoes, • 2 ; No. 2% cans ...,,.,.,-..-. ,,-»,,-, Heinz Pickles, old fashioned, 12 ox, jar , ................... Heinz Apple Butter, pint jar, 23c; quart jar „ Queen Olives, 14 os. jar ..,,-.-,, Mid West Catsup, 8 oz. bottle ..... Enzo Jel, all flavors, ^€|tf» 4 pkgs ..-.-.-. .«*^^ Kraut, Direct Line brand, 2 cans Del Monte Peaches, sliced, 2 cans -...-. Jack Sprat Baby Lima Beans, 2 cans .. .... •.*.•.-.-,-.<,.>•... We will have Select Oysters for Saturday. "Good line of fresh fruits and vegetables the - year 'round. , " Van Drew & Co. Rock Falh \ , 2 Phones, 498 and 499 29c Jelke Challenge Flavor Test ty tfo mfmbfrt of bi faul, making t be Cbatlengt Flavor Ttfff. Each tatted tuo tlites «/ l, $»«oj which UASfpftad with LUCK and the ether with "We can't tell which is which" they answered when asked to compare the most expensive spread-for-bread with JELKE ebteinabl* MARGARINE T HE memtors of Paul WMteman's band, living as they do in the world's finest hotels, ate expert judges of good food * . . artists of epicurean tastes* YET NOT ONE of these twenty- five unrivalled exponents of modern music was able to detect the slightest difference between die flavor of C3OOI> LUGK and that of the most expensive T«y the Challetige Flavor Test oa fttjif &&& t*bla, as well as io imwicadkijB|| axid biking, ami l^yowr family decide. Doa'ueU d^NH belorehand, but just s«a how jwifectly it works. There* «ft«r m »ad us« GOOD LlJCiC is no ordinary margarine made of i vegetable oils. Ir derives m wonderful, rich flavor and m highly fioomhing t|ualiues from selec|ed meat pfd^m Yet more dian common grades , « , v^rv much it costs a Challenge Flavor T&& reveals a to

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