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Patoka Register (Newspaper) - April 3, 1936, Patoka, Illinois THE PATOKA, ILL., REGISTER, FRIDAY APRIL 3, 1936.E. D. “Ras” TELFORD (former State Senator) Candidate for REPUBLICAN NOMINATION forSTATE’S ATTORNEY Your Vote and Support Solicited Primary, April 14, 1936.Dr. G. N. Welch REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE ForCORONER Primary Election, April 14, 1936 Your Support AppreciatedPre-Easter SaleWe have Rrduced every Suit, Coat and Dress in the House. This is your Opportunity to Buy your EASTER OUTFIT at After Easter PRICES. Just Received Beautiful New Easter Dresses Priced to Sell Fast.Gross Style Shop 111 East Broadway CENTRALIA    ‘    ILLINOISThe Tricket Wall Paper and Paint STORE!—South Fourth Street VANDALIA, ILLINOIS Has the right Paper for your Walls at Bargain Prices—The Cricket is a new store with new stock. Come in and Get Acquainted. South 4th St.    Vandalia,    111.SPRING TIME CALLS FOR CLEAN CLOTHES SUITS, LIGHT COATS or PLAIN DRESSES Cleaned and Pressed CASH AND CARRY....... 49c Star Laundry & Cleaners CENTRALIA, ILLINOIS WALL PAPER-PAINT We have purchased the Wallpaper business of 0. F. Barkley and now have all our New Spring Patterns in stock. See our patterns before buying this Spring. Our prices are right. JAMES’ DRUG STORE (FORMERLY HUMPHREY’S) OPPOSITE HOTEL EVANS VANDALIA, ILL. VOTE FORHARRY M. HENSON Xenia, Illinois REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FORSTATE SENATOR He is a man who has actually demonstrated his ability in public office. A Vote for him is a Vote for your FriendFAVORED FOR CONGRESS NOMINATEGLENDON G. HODSON of Centralia REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FORSTATE’S ATTORNEY Primary Election Tuesday, April 14, 1936 “An Experienced Man for the Office” VOTE FOR- MARSHALL GOLDSBOROUGH REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR CIRCUIT CLERK OF MARION COUNTY, ILLINOIS Primary Election, Tuesday, April 14, 1936BLISS E. LOY FOR STATE SENATOR 42ND DISTRICT Bliss E. Loy was born on a i*arm in Watson Township, Effingham j County, May 18th, 1887, and is a . son of the late J. H. Loy, who represented this 'District in the State Legislature in 1904. The Loys were ; early settlers of Effingham County and have long been prominent in | farming, civiic, church and political affairs. Guy E. McGaughey Democrats all over this 23rd District are supporting Guy E. McGaughey, of Lawrenceville, for Representative in Congress, to fill the place left vacant by Hon. W. W. Arnold, of Robinson, who resigned his seat in Congress to become a member of the Federal Board of Tax Appeals. McGaughey is endorsed by many Democratic leaders as the strongest candidate, a sure winner if nominated. Philco Radio ............$20.00 5 Tube Crosley Radio.....$19.99 6 ft. Elee. Refrigerator.. $149.00 RAINES Centralia    Illinois XPOLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Mr.    and    Mrs.    Leo    Sebastian of    Mr. Loy    received    his    education in Odin    ispent    Sunday    with    the Rus-, the public    schools and    then took a sell Collins    family. Mrs.    Ethel    Long    two-years    teachers’    course at Austin and daughter Velnm and    Ralph    Lam-    College, Effingham.    He    taught    three mers were    afternoon callers.    .    .    n    A    „ ,    , terms at    Bishop !Pomt    School,    near Dieterich, 111., and then spent two years as cashier in    a    Commission House in    Chicago,    111.    In 1910 he For Circuit Clerk We are authorized to announce the candidacy of E. B. Fyke of Salem! for the Republican nomination for the office of Circuit Clerk of Marion county, subject to the will of the voters in the primary election to be held Tuesday, April 14, 1936. For Coroner We are authorized to announce For Circuit Clerk We are authorized to announce the name of John W. “Button” White as a candidate for the Demo- xvm%%x%\%vm4\N\\\4444\%v444Nvv\\\\\\\\4\\%\44%v\\ WANTED TO BUY HOME BUILDING & LOAN STOCK ILLINOIS POWER & LIGHT STOCK CENTRALIA BLDG. & LOAN STOCK moved to the old home farm where he and    his    family    now reside. the name of    Harvey G. Hudspeth1 ,A* “    farmCr h®    haS bMn partiC’ of Patoka, 111., as a Republican ““f    !"    and is. candidate for    Coroner    of    Marion breeder    of    purebred Holstein cattle. County, subject to the will    of the j is    the    father    of* seven children, voters in the Republican Primary, all of whom are receving a good ed-to be held April 14, 1936.    ucation and finding their way into civic affairs. Mr. Loy and his family are members of the Methodist For Coroner )ye are authorized to announce Church the name of C. M. Brinkerhoff of He has been active in various Salem, 111., as a Democratic candi- farm organizations, having served cratic nomination fojr Circuit Clerk    date for Coroner of Marion    County,    twelve    years on the Executive Com- of Marion County, at the Prinfiary    subject to the will of the voters in    mittee    of the Effingham County Election, Tuesday, April 14, 1936.    the Democratic Primary, to    be held    Farm Bureau, seven of which he Your vote and influence will be    April 14, 1936.    ¡served    as Presdent. He also repreappreciated.    j      sents    his district as Director on the Board of Sanitary Milk Producers, For State Senator For Coroner We are authorized to announce the name of Oscar J. Hill of Patoka, III., as a Democratic Candidate for Coroner of Marion County, subject to the Democratic Primary to be held April 14, 1936. Qualified to properly fill the position. We are authrized to announce the    a co-operative association    with a candidacy of Orville Hawkins of    membership of* better    than    13,00} ( artter, Illinois, 1or the Republican    that supplies the city    of    St. Louis nomination for State Senator, 42nd    fior daily milk needs, district, subject to the will of the    L0y    js    ,a    iife-long    Republican, voters in the primary election to be held April 14, 1936. For State Senator We are authorized to announce-Dr. W. L. Finn Candidate for re-election For Congress We are authorized to announce the name of Guy E. McGaughey, State’s Attorney of Lawrence Coun-, Democratic candidate for State Sen-ty as a candidate for Representa-1 ator. Subject to the primary elective in Congress from this 23rd tion, April 14th, 1936. District of Illinois, subject to the    - B. M. ENGLISH CENTRALIA, ILL.    | Special Reduction on Nursery Stock Made by The Patoka Register The Register would like to« give anyone in this community the benefit of a reduction on any nursery stock, fruit trees, shrubbery, or plants, that may be purchased from a near by reliable nursery. We have credit with the above nursery which we would like to trade any prospective purchaser of stock for spring planting. See us before making your sales, and we will save you money by doing so. Democratic Primary, April 14, 1936. For Circuit Clerk who has served his party well, having represented his precinct for twenty years on the Republican County Central Committee, and served one term as chairman of this committee. He also has been honored by election as sup<Yvisor of his township, which is a strong Democratic township. He was an unsuccessful candidate for the Legislature in the Primary of 1930. The Legislative Voters Your support and cooperation will We are authorized to announce T    '    ..    .    .. h„    the    candidacy    of-    Mr..    Cordia Salter IP**"- *. nonrp«rt.«.n »re.maat.an. be appreciated. We are authorized to announce -WILLIAM A. (Bill) MILLER Republican Candidate for States Attorney Subject to Primary, April 14th, 1936 Your support will be appreciated. For Representative In Congress We are authorized to announce Laurence F. Arnold as a candidate for Representative In Congress, subject to the Democratic Primary to 1936. be held April 14th, 1936.” , «    r, * ' ,.     .    indorsed him by saying: r Bliss F of Salem, for the Democratic nomi- _    ,    •    ,    ,    ,.    .    r IV«.    ri.cnif Loy, Rffingham, a substantial fir m’er and dairyman who has the reo- nation for the office of Circuit Clerk of Marion County, subject to the will of the voters in the primary election to be held Tuesday, April 14, 1936. For Slate’s Attorney We are authorized to announce-WARD P. HOLT Candidate for State’s Attorney Subject to the decision of the Demo- ber election, craic Primary Election, April 14th. utation of being capable and reliable.” Mr. Lo'*’s long aotivitv in tho 'Republican Party and in farm organizations has given him a large acquaintance over the District, ap i i* nnr> ;. nated in the Anril Primary he will he a strong candidate in the Noveirt- For Circuit Clerk SOI TTHF AST-TOWM For Circuit CUrk    Mrs.    Hulda    Williams snnt Mon- We are authorized to announce daV afternoon with Mrs. Fred T«c-We are authorized to announce ’ the candidacy of* J. Lem Ballaneo ke. the candidacv of Elmer H. Squibb, of Salem, for the Democratic nom- Albert and Kenneth Rowen eaRed of Salem, Illinois, for the Republi- j ination for the office of Circuit on their grandparents Mr. anti Mrs. can nomination for Circuit Clerk of Clerk of Marion County, subject to Ch*Hes Bowen. Sunday morning. Marion County, subject to the will the will of the voters in the primary Charles Gerrlsh and Haro«*’» Co’, of the voters in the nrimary eTec-1 pWH''" to be held Tuesday, April lins ware Sandoval callers, Sunday tion to be held April 14, 1936.    14, 1936.    afternoon. VOTE THE ANTI-BOSS DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Renominate GOVERNOR HENRYHORNER WHO SAYS* “1*11 glvs up the Governorship cut «top out of politics before I wlU bet raj tho people of Illinois and submit to the yolu> of political serfdom decreed by ‘Boss' Kelly, self-styled overlord of Chicago and would-be dictator of all Illinois 1“ For Lieutenant Governor JOHN E. CASSIDY Prominent Peoria attorney. World war veteran, wounded, decorated for bravery. Ar-8 10. Married, father of si* children. Appointed State NR A Director by President Roosevelt. Lifelong, active Democrat. For State Auditor HOMER Mai Adams One of Illinois' most promising you1 ft Democrats. Founder of the Young P. on'.o’s Democratic organization in lilino'i, < -perlenced In finance and student of L;w. Promise« to keep banks and bank receivership* oat of politics. For State Treasured JOSEPH T. SPlKEi h. successful Chicago business man, JoscpTt T. Sptker Is quail tied to serve tho penplt* of Illinois faithfully and well, if Mil *■ * one of the largest fralernt:! Insur"    1 organizations. A graduate pharma-!**, ried. Father of five children. Aefi-. clvio affairs. Able, experienced, iudw " Ask for #-DEMOCRATIC E.*7 * ШГЯ1 II USED TO GET HEADACHES- An accurately fitted pair of iflasses will open a now world for you. Head-e c h e s. tiixzini na. fatigue and many other such uil-ments may be corrected when eycHtralri la eliminated. Reading Glasses $3.00 7fevtxmX LEADING JEWELERS 214 East Broadway Centralia    Illinois > Carl, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Steele who has been ill is much improved at this writing. | Wash Bowen was shopping in Pataka Monday afternoon, j Wm. Gerrish attended the Republican meeting at Cnetraiia Phura-day evening. Maryyella Collins called on Mrs* Mat Belcher Sunday afternoon. * Mrs. Helen Hill of Sandoval visited several days last week with Mrs, Ted Ticknor and her mother Mr#. Cozad in Fredonia. ;
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