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three for tho Business Men. ' The followl.-.e Is the outline .if tho plncea for tha comu.g electloi NjveniL-or the LYiMth. « E ls " "he , , e and It is hoped that all the voters voters will take advantage of this on portunlty which will Indeed 'llml- for the on election day AH. this election will ,;" on ' slve ball °t- Tho slogan this 'tear Is "Be sure and vote." This is being strongly urged out , tha country - So do not to register' on this date. 7 ? i«' ^ n j ixaim ' Bowman's storo. Judges Fred Bonder, Harrison Van- dorgrlff and Mr. Edwards. No. 2. Hartford, Village Hall — Wrlght ' West nnd Glen Fearno No. 3, City Hall of Wood River Judges, Louis.Roberts, Howard Gibson. Gibson. No 4, Fireman Club House, 58 Madison avonue. Judges Fred Berry, Goorgo Smith and George Oetken. No. 6. Mueller's Grocery Store 7tU and Madison avemto. Judges- Grover Weimer, Julius Gamer and M. F. Manning. No. 6, Rlngerlng Garage, East Alton. Alton. Judges Emll Harding, James Kolley. Mrs. William Brummer. No. 7, Village Hall at East Alton. Judges; Marlon Foster, Eugene Haller Haller and Lyman Price. No. 8 —Flchtola Store. Judges- Conrad Fltchetl, Chaplfu and Mrs' Stanley Castle. No. 9, Village Hall at Bethalto. Judges, John Rantz, Joo Caputa and James Hunt.