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10 PAGES The Flora Journal-Record PARTONE YOU SHOULD READ THE JOURNAL-RECORD ^THE NEWSIEST NEWSPAPER IN CLAY COUNTY VOLUME X THE JOtTRNAIt. Vol. 5S. No; 14 FLORA, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY. APRIL 6. 1922 NUMBER 29 MLXED ELECTION RESULT Tuesday's township election in Clar county showed considerable aeratching and a mixed ticket. In Harter township three Republi- eaas and two Democrats were elected. jFoUowng are the majorities: Ralph Meyer, R, town clerk, 77; Sam Green, B. assessor, J64; Fred Relti, R, con- ^ble, 171; Sam Walton, D, commis¬ sioner, 79; C. R. Hunter, D, J. P., 12. Loutsville township elected the en¬ tire Democratic ticket by good sised majorities. Larktnebitrg elected Omer Jones. D. supervisor, balance ticket Bepnbll- ean. In Bible Grove Chas. Farrls, D. and Richard Webster. R, tied tor supervisor. Xenia went Depiocratlc. Songer Democratic. In Hoosier S. A. White, R, defeated Pearl McCollum, D, for supervisor. Blair elected Chas. Richardson, D, commlAstoner, balance of ticket Republican. Stan¬ ford elected Republican ticket except John A. Bissey, D. for commissioner. FOB STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEEMAN Allen E. Walker, ot Albion, Ed¬ wards county republican candidate for State Central Committeeman for the 24th Congressional District, made a visit to our county last week In the Interest ot his candidacy. The Incle¬ ment weather and bad roads prevent¬ ed him seeing many people, but he made a most favorable impression upon all he met. . Mr. Walker is a'well-known prom¬ inent lawyer and Is now prosecuting «ttorney of Edwards county. He hds made a splendid record In this office, stands high in his profession and is a gentleman whoae clean, up¬ right life, and public spirited good clticenship has won toy him the re¬ spect and confidence of' his home peo¬ ple and of alt who know mm. He ts a life-long Republican, is now In the prime of itfe and would make a wise, safe and reliable mem¬ ber of the committee -^hose counsel could be depended upon. He is a representative citizen and would make a most excellent member ot the committee. FLORA "SMALL TOWN" In last week's issue of the Carmi Tribune-Times, in the report of Chas. McLeaa's funeral at Enfield, the Trih. sayg that "A special train from |the little town of Flora brought 200 jpeople."
|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|