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10 PAGES The Flora Journal-Record i»ABTOMC' :Sr3b YOU SHOULD READ THE JOURNAL-RECORD ^THE NEWSIEST NEWSPAPER IN CLAY COUNTY VOLUME X CHK tOVWaiAL, Vol. 81. No. 52 FLORA. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 29. 1921 NUMBER 15 nJKA BAXK ROBBER SrSPBCTH ^ Jlrrested in Flora and Other Places And Taken to Sulcm JaU for IdentlMcation and Safe- Keeping Since last week's issue o( the )loumal-Record matters have been moving swKtIy, The o(fIcer8 of this coointy^ together with those of Mar¬ lon county, assisted by secret service nen have made arrests ot several men suspicioned of being implicated in the luka bank robbery. Tbtirsday of last week Eterl and hex Hall were arrested in thl» city and Sheriff Beasley o( Mdrlon county took itbem to Salem and lodged Ihem If ]sil. On Friday Cyril Sen¬ iors and Roy Sloan - were arrested and taken over. L,ater Bd Hall was (Captured at Auburn. At Olney Saturday afternoon Jos. Wbttaker was arrested charged with being the driver of the bandit cnr, and taken to Salem. ;" . Monday at East St. Louis, three inen were arrested, among them be- feg Earl Cox, a former Flora res¬ ident. Unconfirmed reports are that Sen¬ ters, Sloan and Cox have been re¬ leased. The luka bank people positively Mentlfied EM Hall, so reports say, •s the bandit who pushed the gun fato their faces in the bank thnt difty. CKI.KBRATBD GOLDEN WKDDI.NG ANNIVERSARY MIHH GILli LBAHE8 MJIiLI.VKRY STORE IN 01.XBY Miss Della Gill has leased from A. L. Redman and Son the millin¬ ery department in >their large dry goods store In Olney. She will take charge abont Feb. 1. Miss Oill's two storMf will no doubt be a great advantage to her customers, for the 'two stores together will carry a krge stock ot goods and Ihls will give a better oppotunity .to get what yon are looking for. Miss Oill will (flTlde her time at her two places. Her sister. Mrs. Harve Hu((. will Jkavo charge of the Flora store-^tti^ IBK her absence in Olney. Her flans have been made (Or the best U service, goods and values to be* given ber old and new costumers. She is always courteous, pleasant and tries to please all that deal with her. The Journal-Record Joins her many friends here in wishing her tlK' aiost prosp^ous ot New Years and highly recommend her to the people Id Olney.
|Masthead||The Flora Journal Record|
|Geographic Coverage||United States, Illinois, Clay County, Flora|
|Description||An Archive of the Flora Journal-Record 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|