Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 4, 1928 · Page 7
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 7

Sterling, Illinois
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Thursday, October 4, 1928
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Tr*' IMend' The Slayer Of fw- . Hi., Oct. 4— (8p*dai)~, .*TH» t*1«J of .Ta'hn "pc*snm" fib»hw •••for ttw MlUns of R*Jph .tftckarm on -the 5Wth of Jejtt August was set for jOetetfer it by Judgfi Nets Lurwuv . W«fE**day morning when tt» doc"1*1 *»s c*5?ed, Tlifs is i?nrf«!bt«11y the espt having th? Lwjwwrt smcmnt, .'.of fwn*r»l Jntwest. of any to h»! .hessftj t.hh form. " i Although it mw,h of th<? .inf took pine* 1 , that farmer state's i *ttarn*y H. H. Waife of Prophets,town was to defend Sh«hee of th« lehsrg* ot murder placed ag*ln«t Ihto, it was not until Wednesday ^ morning that positive information ;w»s obtained from Mr. Walt*. When .Judge Larecm mentioned , tli« case and when It should be set : for heating. Attorn*? Waitc ana- » wered the call, suggesting October i 99 taste«<a of October 15th as ted •ffcrtBn sufgtftted. State's Attorney Be«» Immediately nsketl point blank > whether or not Waitc was to defend •Shfthw, stating that it was h!« <n- t«nfton to ask the court to appoint defense for 8heb«> if were not, the case. Mr. Walte replied that it his intention, ', Mr. Walte stated that he wished ! W» trial set for October 23 to give film & longer time to look over the »indictment. Tills matter was njtree- * ebl* to the prosecuting attorney. "Have you seen the Indictment?" asked Judge Larson. "Not to read it through carefully," replied Mr. Walte. "It is over to the Jail." "That's a good place for such an Indictment," said Judge Larson no doubt you'll find your cll- there, too." it thn trial will be of short flu- was Indicated by the fact the court expects to dispose of criminal cases, six in number, during a week's time. A variation in the usual procedure is apparent this ;; time in that civil suits will precede • i the hearing of the criminal actions. ;; State's Attorney R. w. Besse told j the court he believed that he would ',i complete the murder trial in one The calling of the docket showed ,j that several court actions had been disposed of out of court, among this ; j division being the suits of Parrill v» j! Oeyer in two suits of assumpsit, >', Fwrrlll vs. Oeyer Manufacturing' ;; Company, assumpsit; the People of ,* the City of Prophetstown vs. Keiser, ;{ appeal; Rasmusaen vs. Rasmussen et .; al. .trespass. H *£?* ^^ October 10 the cases of Mc• Milieu va. Commissioners of Union J special drainage district, trespass on ;[ the case, and Kelser vs. Besse. appeal from Industrial board i scheduled. Cut Price Items Strictlti Cash Right Reserved To Limit Quantities indict rv dred Catholic women delegates from every state In the union wera to aswmbie in Cleveland Oct. 7 to 10 for th« eighth annual convention of The National Guthollo Women. Here are some of the leaders of the organization: top. Miss Mary O. Hawks, Summit, N. J., president; center, left, Mrs. W. C, Benham; Cleveland, first vice president; center, right, Mrs. Agnes M. Bacon, Boston, treasurer; below, Mrs. Qeo. P. Satory, St. Paul, director. For Thursday, October l, the cases of Maruleld vs. C. and N. W. Ry., and W. B. Bull and Son vs. C. and N. W. Ry., both actions in appeal. For Friday, October 13, Pollock admr. etc. vs.. Cantlin, admr. etc. For Monday. October 15, Slick vs. Slick, administrator, etc., appeal j from the county court, and Dolan, vs. Nelson, in a distress for rent action. For Friday, October 19. Rasmus- Ben vs. Rasmussen, appeal. are BALTIMORE DRY AGENTS HAVE BEEN SUSPENDED Washington, Oct. 4. — (UJ».) — Prohibition headquarters announced six Baltimore dry agents -had been suspended pending investigation Into the mysteriona disappearance of a carload of industrial alcohol near Baltimore. Prohibition heads said no names would be divulged until Commissioner Doran returns from Atlanta, a*. - - - - -- You Need PRESCRIPTIONS Many times a life depends upon the prompt and accurate compounding of a physician's prescription. You can have a whole hearted confidence in your own drug stores to use only the finest drugs, accurately dispensed with prompt service. Our sources of drug supplies are only firms of the highest reputations. The finest quality we can obtain is our constant aim. Buy Where You Usually Trade heard by everyone-For it means a new clav in the diw week we fired our opening shot-Today's bombardment cartes JStoV SaVmgS P " "We want to again strongly emphasize the important step which the druir stores of Sterling and Rock Falls have undertaken, The seven stores here have combined their resources and pooled their buying in order to be able to purchase their merchandise in maximum quantities at the lowest prices. Oiir combined buying power will bring you more and more values- more and better service. Read this announcement over carefully—and others that are to follow each week— It means money in your pocket" " ' , „ ~—~,, ,., «.».„, „„„ Friday and Saturday SSc CASCARETS 17c 60c DOAN'S PILLS 47c es<- PINEX 43c 1 ___ HOME 2M OrO.O. 1.39 We SAL HEPATICA 47c 1M WAMPOLES C. L. OIL 69c We have hundreds of useful things for the home—Come in and look around—Many items for_ parties, bridge, birthdays and the holiday season. 17 quart Grey Enamel Dish Pan, special price .--.... ....-;— ....... 4 quart White Enamel Pudding Pan for ................ . ....... Men's Fancy Socks, rayon plated, extra value, per pair .............. Large assortment of Flower Pots and Saucers, up from .,..."-. . . .-. . . . . .... Mothers Prefer to know that the things for the baby are the best that can be produced. They know how important it is to have them just right. Our prepared infant foods are fresh stock, our rubber goods are dependable and new. You can have confidence in procuring your baby needs from us, per par Girls' Black Sateen Bloomers, reinforced seat, per pair . .- ____ Nasarath heavy weight Union Suits for boys and girls, very nice garments, prices according to sizes, from . . ..... . ...... 85c to $135 Willow Clothes Baskets made from best grade of willow— 3 sizes at . . .$HM, $1J§ and $SM Cocoa Door Mats —3 sizes at. . .79c, $1M, $13$ Self Wringing Mops, each .... . Have You a^ Good Hair Brush? Few toilet accessories receive as much hard usage as the hair brush. It is therefore good judgment to secure a good one. Hand drawn bristles give the best service; "That's the kmd you will find m all our best brushes. Many sizes and styles. y Need a Good Comb? Make your selections from our i 0 ™P lete stocks. You will surely find one to meet your requirements. Pocket Combs Dressing Combs Bobbed Hair Combs Meat's Combs Baby Combs Barber's Combs S5c FREEZONE 23c SOe PRINCESS PAT ROUGE 34c SOc POMPEIAN CREAM 42c 80c Cedifomia Syrup of Figs 43c 1JO TANLAC 79c SOc PALMOUVm SHAMPOO SOc KOLYNOS TOOTH PASTE 33c SOc LEE'S CREOLYPTUS STACOMB 53c / .Mens Balbriggan Union Suits, extra well made goods, per suit , Modess The Perfect Product Modess has rounded sides that cannot chafe the skin. There are no harsh edges to irritate or bind. Its softness is perfect Modesa is so comfortable, so vitally superior to all other san^ itary napkins that to wear it is to insure perfect poise. t ._^odej8_bejirs.tM feimiifl_EfidI^osg trade mark of Johnson 'ft Johnson, a pledge of safety and a guarantee of integrity. Your home drug stores feature and nave confidence in J & J products. VICK'S VAP-Q-&UR 24c SOc Caseara Camphorated Oil 29c Foil eon shop with confide net. You can shop with abselute safety with your Favorite Home ®ru Store Arm and for Beauty Armand Foundation -- - — Greme ctuuysta, tile texture of etea Uu> fim»t ckia in » Ougto week, u t»m** tov&x to ding ta » u« w *&# mtMyto w rwo^Uaew wA Ory '•ealiaaaa t» m »• tt toy Hucte. Avrly titkt*, m m fcaw 6i»4 ramv« with xd\ dkah. Sterling- -Dntg-Stores Drug Co. tey "Tls0 Corner Drug Store** Mick ford** Pharmacy If. N. Getter Pharmacy Uaak* itsttvy &M &t&tmk tt teri& £jntfr *t iKMMMdy to tfe* Courtesy Rock Falls Drug Stores WylU't Brag Stare Service

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