AndWRSGC.EV'S-isa as welE.as It helps 'appefi'.'s.gfiiiJ ^Igggfigjj keeps teeth c^aB,-and sweet, alleys ihirst. Kept fill '1 THE DAILY FREE PRESS Established Daily 19flJ ough knowledge of the -• spirit - and ^••framework .of free government busi'-' ness traiinfiig .and. .pi'ofession'al experience and attainment arad. a' sane stal- Weekly 1877 Free Press Publishing Co MRS. JOHN T. QALBRAITH Editor and Manager Telephone - --218 Terms Subscription 15 cent a week. 1 Advertising bills due" weekly Job work strictly cash. wart American with the -gift, of eojrf- mon. sense." ' . . ; .' ' .'.'.. •Governor ; Law'd,&n's ".practibal' '.mon, sense -applied to the state's. ;busi-i ness affairs, as the, chief : executive, performed the miracle of. -reducing the 'tax rate' of the 'state-M -per-ceiit •in tfiVee years, - saving; the taxpayers •$4>CmOjOOO a -year. 1 .. -T'Ms) great., savirig •was . accomplished., by economical ; aiid .efficient 'administration 1 ;bf:'-t)he- -site's. ' affairs despite the high prices -4f/ waif; He wbuidv-'db as.1 much', for- ANNUAL .SUBSCRIPTION $7.60 .the nation if eieeted^pre'sSderi.t.. — :—;—' = '-^~ • (He -.would .be a. strong aivd #6pulaiv Entered a'. tlle postoffice at Car- candidate in the .election. '.Be: ringi true.. 'He is a> foiceful 6aimpaii«in.er. His remarlcab: le life's' . st'bliy,'"''itrbm plow,bo,y to governor jof Illinois with his igreat work all along the line would strike a, responiive chord 'in the hearts anil''' minds of all the bor.dule, Illinois, as . secohd clas rriattef. Office- in the Free Press Building- West Main Street. VOTE FOR GOV. LOWDEN TOMORROW TX>moii-6w is a preferential pi'i- mj-iy jn Illinois. It is the time itlie residents of thds state make known' ' their 'choice, of President for the Uni- tt'd; States. Governor Lowidcn, one of the candidates bf'.the iRSpiiblican pai- ty, is .asking for an .instruction, expressing that he "is 'the thoide of 'his party for this, nbm'ina'tion. . IHihois- ians have an opportunity tomorrow; of voting for one of its distinguished -jheh for the highest honor this na- 1 lion can give. ' • . Illinois is the hub or pivotal state e Unitc-d States. Its govei-n'or the' past three : ysa.rs has put it oh 'such a business basis that all * Other stotes have taken note and even Washington D. C., has called hirfi to j headquarters to tell how he did it. Tomorrow we hav;e thfe privitege of ItirSier honoring Illihbis by nbrnihat- American people. He. has made good in every position of tmst and respon-' sibility. entrusted to him- by..'the 'people. His record'speaks - more eloquently >in . regard ito qualifications for the high-offide of president than any promises. ' lie has proved his worth .and the people know- he can .be trusted. 'His. r,e.cord .shows -he as "big- eiioUgil .for this job in these critical tinieS: . .14 is for:.this reason tihiit >the FJree Press . is unqualifiedly for Gbferftbr Fran* O; iowden for. president of the United States. We head; him. We do ; not .hesitate to .sa.y thai we 'believe Atty. Gle^iti and Trp- Q|i-for ;Lo\vden : From This District • (On the presj.deritial-'priniary'ballot tomorrow "appeirs: the : names : 'of Hal (trovillion oi;:;|ie'riiiiv: and'. Stote's Attorney. l>tis<E[,/..Gle;niuo!f isiurphyslijoro, ,wno are irist;ruc1;e>cf from ," The •el-ence as: no pref- felM. :?: Wtfirftdii*',vo"te in cohie -out a'ii'd"'-taRe. i a'dvari)tage'-0!f'their ; i fr'dricihdse. .."'"'": ' ' ' ' jMiss Vemita; •I.awi^nce ;of Obb'den' was.'the. .gus^t: list-'^vertiiig. of Mi»s Mairie Uieripinitz. . _ '•'• e Oasper of the fiunn jewelry^. ^(Tiaiph Pale of the local Division .'store spent 'Sunday witlh- MeHds in':of HogWays office, has gone to Cob- •• -. •- . . - den on specdal-work. ' -'__'__._ " Men's, Wpinen's., Beys', Misses' Sjio^s, .Oxfoi-ds and Bumps. v Y^lues up to $9'.00. AlUstyles, all heels, 411 ,M®hs^riew and' nifty= ; For ;five'-days/only. r;'-,•••;; •$4.95:; • - •'• A. B. WpLF & CO. REMEMBER JUST 5 DAYS ing the man who saved it, With Frank O. Lowden itv the president's 'chaiir the other states will benefit as Illinois 'has 'benefitted. No one can truthfully dispute this V: It is especially gratifying to Illinoisians that they have a man to offer that measures up to the standard—morally, intellectually, financially or otherwise. As an executive of Illinois he has demonstrated his fitness for 'president'. A g_re'at statesman says "of him: "His qualifications are a thor- Illihbis .will roll 'tip such a big;.ma-; jority_in fche.-prefe'reiitial-primary to-'> morrow ^ that it will entourage .'Gov. Lowden to go on anl .take the coveted", prize "which fie w.ill ih -turn use "to advantagie for 'the -gobd df the peo-. pie -of.the : gr,eat;est. liflition in the' world-. ••.-'•"' 1 , 5 - Don't fdRget to vote tomorrbSV: ,'for' your governor, Frank" .0. Lcwderr,' for the next president of' the United Mrs. r P. D. . Johnson has returned/; from. Louisville, Ky., .wlie-re'she has." been because, of; the. illness, of her ' mother, who is improved. Her father,:! W. H. CoiKiis, who spent the week-I. ewd ^here, weijt. to' .Paduca'h tod-ay, ! : where he will spend the week on bus-' i: iness before returning to his home, in Louisville. TO THE PUBLIC We to State to x the Public-Thai We Are Prepared to do ,.•./,- Order Entrusted to Out Care Will Receive Our Usual Care and Pifonipt Attention: •:..• - 17 * - • -.'• f We iLike to Please You.
What members have found on this page
Get access to Newspapers.com
- The largest online newspaper archive
- 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
- Millions of additional pages added every month