The Flofa Journal-Record
YOU SHOULD READ tHE JOURNAL-RECORD THE NEWSIEST NEWSPAPER IN.CLAY COUNTY
VOLUME X THE JOURHrAL, Vol. 51. No. 42
FLORA. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1921
THE LARGEST VOTE YET CAST FOR FREE FORD
Was That of the Fifth Count on Tuesday Night
and W. H. Ruger is the Top-Liner
for the First Time
WHILE SECOND AND THIRD ARE PRACTICALLY EVEN
RONE BURNED BRIGHTLY
WHILE FLORA SLEPT
Fairfioid Trimmad tho Locals
Saturday 46 to 0. Papars
in Loncthy FU| Waving
The tifth count of Tuesday night was the bigf est one yet and the judges had a big job to get tbem all lined up and credited to the respect¬ ive contestants.
Although l^e had been going strong, thlg Is the first time that Ruger came to the top—and how Ruger did run. And aajr, that young buneh behind Clyde Yonng are not asleep one m inute—they are up on thebr toes. And the ladles and others supporting Mrs... Reaugh are busy bees all (the time. Thomas Winn itk out to win—judging by the big vote he polled this week. And there's Kirkpatrick, Allen, Baker, Stevens and Green- iwood—all piling up big votes—and With all eyes on the grand prize—watoJI all of them grow. James McCommons climbed from 18th to 13th placf, and Mabel Hoover jumped trom 2lBt to 14th place. You never can teU ¦who may come strong In any count—they are all working.
CONTEST HAIF OVER
Saturday of this week will mark the half-way place In the 10 week*'