Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois on October 18, 1928 · Page 16
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Sterling Standard from Sterling, Illinois · Page 16

Sterling, Illinois
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Thursday, October 18, 1928
Page 16
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f - T r i? f i Y i „ .% 71 T** 1 -' H III 1 |y i)r/HUf!Mi I Of A! -- ^_;5^B^<^4M fn » •>7?5*dte t.rl* 1 part th<? (?orfm?> hM no ,«et program, for » pr*s* COTIIMTTK*. H* of ib* for tomor* to of York executive eHmsxwl ti creeHnir* fTscountsrw! In sta!*" Illinois, trh*r* the democrat* BM» mrtlng thefr hartl-wrf, drifs.for votes, during tbf tflp up f-o I/*V<» Mkhlfsn from at. louls. .At Alton, Springfield., Bloomlncton and Jolt**, 'large crowds turned cmt to cheer the nomine* when he appeared on the train platform. At the Illinois capital be mart* the first rrnr platform speech of his campaign. Holding a jidtlnW* microphone which had*been attached to amplifiers near his train, the governor told the crowd of the "great enthusiasm" of tb" crowds in St. Lou to and Be- dalin and expressed appreciation for the receptions tendered him by Illinois cities. He also urged the crowd to listen in on hi.; Chicago speech, for be would have "something ot much interest" to all Illinois. Feeis Confident Asked at. a press conference on board his train what he thought of his chances in the Jive southern and border states he had visited, the governor said he believed they were "all right/' "That you will carry all the states >ou have been through?" the questioner pursued. "Yes, I am satisfied of it. Now returning east, or north, whichever way we are going—northeast—I am entirely satisfied that they are all right." The governor had no comment to make on the attorney general's decision holding Invalid the Salt Creek oil lease by the government to the Sinclair Crude OH Purchasing company. He Indicated, however, he "BslH? hn go f fh^ v.Snd o' jh'rife 5 - prnii^rnT .in th" V.Hfj' ! 'n rnnfce h*ttry ri- rtf rorr-pl itn^nf to foiir* for Ir^'/jn" h**r '^ nin^*. ]>ff: ju- A S •/•!] M m'.ifht have snmrthins 'o r-av alKwt j tt after he hsd hnd Urn" to study j the opinion. Herbert Hoovn - tariff nj^r-ch In Boston fvirnisl'''<l •> vrlilrle f r 'r de- hfttc between th r i^wr-pftpermrn end tbf p.Tvrnior, T MO rxprvv« d the Mon Tflii to pro"'if!e the Informstioti mnkln.R " Jf>!nf?l ?lta Tr^!r». A l»rs;e fleJ^gatloti of Illinois dr-mocrats bonrdsd the Smith train fit SprlriRfletd to aecompnny him to *'T? pilSS T3H «rr'.' i Tor n« srf well. I hn4 h?*n !v.' j f-r*^j th^Tti for ten T^^irs wn.'l timM the twin vould be t*ry sev-" nnd the b!f*t5!rtg «rouW b» ofVn si in hrp? 1 amount*. I tr!M all fcin pr^i'nrlfsp, efo., b'.lt' got no ffi: I tinri vr.«.i trp?,t. th^m with ymir ir: jambulntory method and you ; nvnt. F'ridny Boc5«l l*. Cifr K»!J h*^ - SITK! Saturday. SI Circle.— sdv. "long: before 1 mntJe my Ix«: speech." Eithrr that or lie ''nover j read my ?p-rrii," (5o\. Smith ndded. j Denies Snrh Sdsntl. ; Pressed for lits further traction to Mr Hoovfr'R tariff speech, the governor picked up a clipping which quoted the republican presidential candidate RS saying "the American people would never consent to delegating authority over the tariff to j any commission, whether non-partisan or bl-partisan," and declared: "I said nothing about a dclffm- llon of power to n tariff commission." | "Then Tvhnt rio you r,uppo:-e he is j talking about?" the governor was' asked. "I don't know," he replied. "He seems to think, or he must have thought that I was going to say that I belivcd that the fixation of schedules ought to be taken from the congress of the United States and lodged with the tariff commission, but no such thing was saici. No such position was taken by me. I distinctly said that the tariff commls- had their own special car attached to the governor's train, were Edward N. Hurley, former chairman of the nhtppintr board* Oronre F. Gf-Lz, Chicago: Judge Henry Horner, William H. Rehm, Alfred 0. Austrian. D F. Kelly. Edward K. Brown, John 8. Miller. Charles J. Voplcka. Mclvln A. Traylor. A. A. SprBgue, Mrs. KcltoRi; Fairbank, former dem- ocrntic national commllteewoman, and Mrs. Elizabeth A. Conkey, present committee woman. Senator Wagner of New York, also bo&fded the train at. Springfield as did George N. Peek, mid- wcr.t farm relief lender. Tliomas F. Donovan. M ho ftucceeded the late George Brennan as notional com- mlttecman. Joined Governor Smith rur*<1 Uwm It c*rt*inly happy, no pain, no Wewdlng, no lo of work and Bll tn all I am very happs fhat I had you twat thfnt" — Roy ncrtrnov, Lyndon, 111. Dr. Shallrnbrrifor can be constilted « Sterling, Hotel Onlt; Monday, Oct 22nd . CatinilUtlon »n<! tion free.— adv.- Dr, Wm. J. Maurifs PHYSICIAN A 8UROEON Specialising In ths offlc® treat mcnt of recUU dSfieases. .Morrison, - Ifltool* JOHN M. STAGER Attorney At Lair FARM AND C1T* LOANS BONDS AND MORTGAGES Uerllng National Bank Bulldlna Ward, Ward & Ward •Lawyers Fourth Floor, Lawrence Ride.. STERLING. ILL, J. A. Ward. P. H. WartS. A. J. Scheincman H. C. Want W. J. MEN'S WINTER WEIGHT UNION . SUITS $1.00 Large assortment of other garments, $1.25 to $2.95 Rubens -r- •».«,> STARRING WRAV or G Qtiramount (ftct k WM^, . »ooi« I«MOI _ inn i.. wtrr . Friday, Saturday Double Feature "THE ACE OF CADS" and "THE COWBOY KfD" Guest Tickets good today and tomorrow. at, when you want to appear at your beet. A new shipment of late styles just received, Fur Hals, $3.50 Mallory Hats, $8.00 at Obermiller's SUITS $10.00 to $50.00 m I We have just had to do it. Phone calls, visits to our store, written communications all bear the same question: "When are you going to have another sale?" People have asked for it, demanded it, and now we have planned it for Oct. 20 to 27 inclusive, only seven days but it will be a week crowded with furniture value. . 7 DAYS ONLY Oct. 20th to 27th Because we appreciate the interest prospective customers have taken in our Parlor Furniture; because we appreciate the compliments on our Parlor Furniture, that come unsolicited from those who own it, we make this sale outstanding by asking just $15 Down. 7 DAYSONLY Oct. 20th to 27th FREE!! Beautiful Library Table, Lamp Base and Shade, in many sizes and colors, and End Tables with each 3-piece Suite. ONLY Velour SUITE 7-Piece Livinsr Room Outfit-SAVE NOW! Furniture and Undertaking Evelyn L. Interior Decorator Avenue .4 a«rf Wert Third Street

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