The Flora Journal-Record
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VOLUME X THE jromiTAIi, ToI. si. No. 4.1
FLORA, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 27. 1921
THE THREE LEADERS
In the rig Sixth Coimt of Votes in the Thrilling
Rtee for the Free Ford and Three
Others Are Coming Strong
ON*THEIR TOES TO WIND UP OCTOBER BALLOTING
_L' Glen Baker jumped into the lead again in the sixth count—the seoond lAjAa he has led since'the big dotn^ started. You never can tell wh9se turn it will be to lead next. Some one of tru "Bie Six" leaders may make M big run next weelc and take aitrsy the leadership. My, but it's interesting ^ay, some Joyous personage will iliive that pretty new I^'ord down North Av9ii«e in the idea of November—a^d it would be a wise one who coiiid ev£n guess who it will be. Xobody knqws—and the uiicertniuty adds gpioe io tlio great-.«;ood-natui'ed tmttle of ballot coupons.
Young.jltuger, Ueaugh, Kirkpntrick, Winii, Oreenwood, Alderson, Hoover itnd Theobald all made good runo. ' /
A Requiit Af th« Contestant*
Kindly lie careful in solioiting vote* inthe stores. Don't crowd Intoa 4eal and interfere with the merchant while he and the customer are trading. 'Tou might spoil a sale. Wait until the customer has the coupon.s and then Koltclt. It would really be better ir .vou would solicit outtiide instead of in¬ aide—especially during this nice wcatlier. Tbere, Wr knew you would take tills advice,In tre same i:ood spirit we are .ijlTinK it.—
Following is ttu published \-o(« of the sixth rount: ,-.../,'
Glenn Baker 240.702 • . ?;
Ctjrde-Toung .• 2s%,%oi .; •^'
W. H: Ru;;er ¦....^. - 237,250 i :'|i;;
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