TOLUCA STAR-HERALD, TOLUCA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1929


What we mean by "Pure Confectionary and Ice Cream"

When we say "Pure Confectionary and Ice Cream" we mean that we sell only products that can pass the most rigid inspection tests for purity and wholesomeness.
We belives that our customers are entitled to this protection.
Buy Confectionary and Ice Cream at this store.

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Durham's
CONFECTIONERY STORE
A FULL LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS

GERARDO'S
Specials

Mixed Vegetables for salad, can.25c
Sliced Pineapple per can .......30c
Armors sliced Peaches lg. can ..25c
Sunlite Jell Powder 2 pkgs......15c
Oranges, juicy dozen............23c
Dried Peaches, lb...............22c
Peaberry Coffe, lb..............39c
	Chamberlain Chick Feed.
Full O Pep Chick Starter
Rolled Oats
Fine Chick Feed Block and Barrell Salt

Phone 18

--Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Holz and family spent Monday, March 28, in Peoria, being their 15th wedding anniversary and upon their return home found their yard full of cars of their relatives who had gathered to help remind them of the day. The evening was spent in cards and music, after which lunch was seraved, prepared by the guests. They all departed for home wishing Mr. and Mrs. Holz many more returns of the day.


TAXES!  TAXES!  TAXES!

The tax Books for Bennington Tp. are now at the Citizens National Bank, where you can call and pay up your taxes, and receive your receipt for the sam - F. Bestold, County Treasurer.


YOUNG LADIES
AND
MARRIED WOMEN!

COME TO THE GYM CLASS EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT AT THE HIGH SCHOOL BYMNASIUM, 8 O'CLOCK

ADDITIONAL LOCAL ITEMS

R. M. Barnes     J. H. Magoon

Barnes & Magoon

ATTORNEYS AT LAW
LACON, ILL.

We make a Specialty or Setting Estates and trying Contested Cases  


LOCAL NEWS ITEMS

--Misses Juanita Clanin, Dorothy Beckwith, Midred Schumacher and Mildred Carrithers, all of Normal, were week-end guests of their respective parents.
--The Ghiglieri family, with the exception of Barney, are all under quarantine at their home here, the reason being that Bernard, the small son of the family, has contracted a very light and slight attack of diphtheria.  The boy is up and around the house and seems to be getting along fine.
--J. L. DuPlain transacted business in Toluca last Saturday.
--Dan Reece of Ottawa, spent the week-end at the S. Leone home.
--Mr. and Mrs. Ora Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson all of Rockford, were Sunday guests at the Pete Peerson home in this city.
--Edwin Foster, who spent the past week with his parents, returned to Streator Saturday, where he will resume his work.
--Mr. and Mrs. August Nenne of near Lacon, spent Sunday here with their daughter, Mrs. Lester Imm and family.
--Fred and La Verne Peterson of Rockford motored down to Toluca Saturday evening to spend Sunday with their parents.
--Miss Edna Nenne of near Lacon is spending a few days in the city with her sister, Mrs. Lester Imm.
--Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Potts of Lacon spent Sunday in Toluca with friends.
--Ben Cinotti of Williamsfield spent Sunday with his wife here.
--Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gallagher of Streator, and baby, were Sunday visitors at the John Gallagher home.
--Joe Pesenti of Williamsfield was an over Sunday visitor with his home folks in Toluca.
--Mrs. August Bjork of Rockford, was a caller among friends here the latter part of the week.
--Mrs. Clara Hedrick was reported on the sick list a few days last week.


Saturday only
Specials!

Extra Special!

Toluca Bread  2 loaves

15 c
EVERYBODY TRY THIS BREAD, BETTER THAN EVER

Sunkissed Oranges, 2 doz for .35c
Pork Chops, center cuts, lb...35c
Pork Loin, half or whole, lb..28c
Pork Butts whole .............28c
Beef Roast, chuck, lb.........25c

FRESH BREAD AND FRESH BAKERY GOODS RECEIVED AT THIS STORE EVERY DAY


Aug. Vaster
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR EGGS
CASH AND CARRY STORE    TOLUCA, ILLINOIS


PAUL FLORIN
Licensed Undertaker and Embalmer
Calls Answered Day or Night
Automobile Service                 Phone A26 and B26
RUTLAND, ILLINOIS


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