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THIRTY-EIGHTH YEAR. FLORA.. ILLlNOlSi "FRIDAY, AUGUS-p 14 1908 NUMBER ^^1 DENEEN jmZ OUT Intense Bitternps* in ihe Primary FInht. FORGET IT! |-iir»v I.»il.l»r« Vra.-rt In art ToaMfct^ In I'mty BankB Who VVa« Nojiinaied koh Govkknok L*st Saturday The primary elecllon on Satnrdn.v doted a csmpslgn of Intense Inlrr^sf Hnd bllternefs. Th« princlp-l Int-rfM WKB c»nf»red In the fiuht for t,be noml- i.»tlon for Governor on the repnblicf n ticket, between Oov. Deneen «nd lOx (iiiv. ¦y»te«, thongh there were minor contests of more or lei s local Irteri-st I" . vpry county In the stnte. Ueneeo V »s been renominated gnver- nnr lit Illinois, carryinit the state by 11.(113. He carried Cook connty bv >il>ont 7.000. • Albert J. Hopkins was renominated iiv»r Foils, his nearest competitor, by m l..»il of about 43,000. He defeated Maaoa by abont 73.000. John 0. Oglesby's plnrsllty over Sinlth for llenti-ntant goviTtior, is some thing like 20,000. Pleasant T. Cbapmsn is renominated by a good majority, carrying every eonnty in tbe district. James B. Blackman, for member o' 11' itBte boardof equalization, did no' have any opposition. Continned on Pairo 4 Reasons wJHitfffigBMaajiaiogafttgrgagg'aartin^^ i ll fill ill Uo Moisture and Dampness. 1 In the fall; the surface is thoroughly, dry. During the spring a surface which needs repainting is sure to contain moisture and dampness or frost and it cannot be success- lully painted until it has thoroughly dried out. Deep Penetration Gives Proper Hold. 2 When the wood is dry, it absorbs more of the paint; the paint pienetrates deeper into the wood, therefore gets a firmer hold on it, giving the paint coating grea,ter tenacity. . ' Weather More Settled 3 Paint cannot be successfully applied in damp, cloudy or unsettled weather &s in warm sunny weather. Inthe fall the weather is more settled artd uniform and is warmer, therefore it is an excellent time for painting. " Protects Honse From Winter's Ravages^ 4 A hotjse needs its protecting coat of paint more in the winter months than at any other time. A house in need of pointing should never be allowed to go over the winter with¬ out this protection. le 5 It is easier to keep the winter's moisture and damp¬ ness out by applying a coat of paint in the fall, when the surface is dry, than it is to get moisture or dampness out of the wood if you want to apply a cpat of paint in the spring. Make Sure You use Wearing Body Paint. Moral: Paint in the fall, and get best results. J. BOWMAN j^l-ionc 211. The Keen Kutter Store. Buggies! buggies! Sometime ago we gave away a $100 John peere Buggy. We cannot do this everyday but We can sell them. Our line of Buggies cannot posstbly be duplicated in this section of the country. Come and see them Kansas Wheat Flour, the best on the market^^ for sale he^e. Feed andnieal mill always going Borders & KdthJ ./ y Watermelons ' and Muskmelons On Ice at Cunningham & Taylor.
|Title||Southern Illinois Journal|
|Masthead||Southern Illinois Journal|
|Geographic Coverage||United States, Illinois, Clay County, Flora|
|Description||An Archive of the Southern Illinois Journal Newspaper in Flora, Illinois. Flora Digitial Newspapers Collection.|
|Subject||Flora (Ill.) - Newspapers, Clay County (Ill.) - Newspapers|
|Rights||Digitized with permission from current newspaper publisher.|
|Contributing Institution||Flora Public Library|