The Flora Journal-Record
YOU SHOULD READ THE JOURNAL4tECORO-:^TH£ NEWSIEST NEWSPAPER IN CLAY COUNTY
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nOD JKNTIUrAL. Vol. Sl. No. 40
FLORA. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1921
STILL THE TOP LINER IN FR^FORD RACE
Roger Keeps Up High Speed in the Eighth Count
Which He Showed in the Former Tally
But Others Are Coming Strong
A WONDERFULLY EVEN BATTLE OF BALLOTS
ALL HAUiOWS' KVB P^TIT
The eighth count of votes in the Free Ford contest on Tuesday night showed almost three-quarters of a million ballots had been cast. Quite a lot of the double vote coupons were not In and these, added to the big lot given out Wednesday of this week, all ot which bave to be voted by Tuesday, Nov. 16th—for they are so dated, should make the ninth count a million or more.
W. H. Ruger polled a magnificent vote and managed to keep the lead,,although Baker, J^eaugh, Young and Kirkpatrick had a lot of coupons and are making Ruger Work all the time to maintain top position. Others who received good votes in the eighth count were Mabel Hoover, Mrs. Cbas. Greenwood, Robert Stanford Marguerite Kachrofske, Genelle Mc¬ Veigh.
VOTE THE PINK COUPONS BY TUE8DAY
The double vote coupons were the cause ot extraordinary effort OB the part ot the contestants and their friends and all worked harder than ever, tor a great deal depended on who gathered a big lot of these doubles. These pink coupons are not good unless voted on or betore Vext Tuesday, Nov. 15th, and are so dated, and contestants and their friends are urged to see that no one overlooks voting them.
TWO WEEKS MORE
¦from next Saturday is all the time there is left t