The Flora Journal-Record
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THK iOHmXAU Vol 8« Wo. «5
fLORA.^ ItLINOIS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 4. 1926
JOlt BepiddleMi Gandidatea Elected hri Clay Connty on Tuesday
day's election was a mixed re- onghout tho nation. Repub _. . B. senators were elected i: ¦Cito, Indiana, Illinois, Pennsylvania lA^ other states, while Democrats l^nre elected in Hassachnsetts, Mary- laad, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Missouri. - "yrank L. Smith's majority over ->Oearge Brennan In Illinois will be •4bauf 78,000.
^^WHHa'elaimed the tax amendment ksis been defeated.
. 'Iu Wayne eonnty a RepnMleau tfoaattrer, clerk and Lo. Supt. were elMted, and Democratic Judge and
'^tebland connty elected all Repub-
UMaBs except treasarer.
' . Chas. L. Wood at Wayne aid ..-^4lIIIiPe.and Kasserman were elected I -^'Ibe legislature. U: •*..¦¦ congressdton Wtlllains was te- i'jrtaated in tbt* distHct and Arnold, >^; ^imai., defeated Senator Telford ot .> thlaai.. ¦
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