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WEDNESDAY THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS APRIL 14, 1920.
3V; LOViDEN VilUS CITY OVER" WOOD BY 866 TO 41 0 GOUrfT; SEN. JOHNSON GETS VOTES Precinct 1 ., 2 3 ........ 4 5 S 7 ........ 8 9 10 11 12 ....... 13 14 15 16 ....... 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 :. 2 Total 729 Grand Tl. M. 18 t'oe 33 Canoe Creek. 42 Zuma si 1,295 Republican ballots were cast:Port Byron.. 52 i Hampton ...159 South Moline2G4 Moline 818 Rock Island. 729 So. R., I.. i Cniw But Tw Prectaets of pet Istona-Prtaary Tot EipensWe to State. ftnrernor Frank O. Lowden was JriM by a Tote of 866 to 410, 2fi5 the presidential prefer fo( the Republican voters ot t, k Island. . His victory over 2, & -Wood in the re ctos" townships, of the county Ste the total did not show such ! arte percentage, in his favor, . ntained the same- approximate SSrftwo to one, the result be- 2787 ballots cast for Lowden "2d MM for Wood In the entire "S'vmn of nd'datf ap: ired on the Democratic ballot ShNSk many party heroes were -written in," ibis being noticeable 1 the Republican ticket as well. Hi" W. Johnson, United States litor from California, was the prominent choice expressed in mvr receiving 40 votes in Rock Cndind 98 in Moline. Other can- SteM "med after thls l?3li03 William G. McAdoo, Herbert ;Hnor, Attorney General Palmer, Sow Wilson, Eugene V. Debbs, i KMwanla. The vote T.hMie cases was very scattered Md 'showed no indication of any aunpaigning activity for the vari nominees of this sort in this Cost, 3 a Tote." m rnt0 was extremely light throughout the county as well as in ; Township Hock Island. Approximate esti-j Cordova- mates indicate that the election wiii cost the taxpayers nearly $2 fot nta rBt in the county. But being verv light. The lack, of any contest except bcten the two Re publican presidential candidates in molt precincts made interest stag nant snd voting throughout the day m most desultory. In one pre cinct but 13 ballots were cast dur ing the entire day and other voting places gave returns almost as low. Two Precincts to Wood. But two precincts of the entire ! city went to Wood, the Eighteenth lining him an 18 to 17 victory, and the ballots of the Twenty-first total ing 34 to 25 in his favor. The Low den plurality in other precincts was great enough that the grand total for the city' gave the governor of tie state a clear-cut majority. IMemites Uncontested. The delegates to the national nominating conventions on both tickets were uncontested. George T. Johnson and Thomas E. Burner were elected to represent this dis trict at the Democratic convention, to be held at San Francisco begin ning June 21, with Frank M. Hallam is alternate, all being unpledged to any candidate. Ewitt C. Hardin and Lowrie C. landing, both expressing a, prefer nce for Lowden, are named to rep resent the Fourteenth district at the Republican convention to be held in Chicago, beginning June S. James E. Dertinger and Charles W. Cooper, also pledged for Lowden, ,re the alternate delegates chosen , vitbout contest on the Republican ' ticket Choose Committeemen. j Precinct committeemen were cho-; sen in all precincts of the county,) most of the candidates being un-; opposed and little interest was in- j dicated in these contests. One re- j Mited in a tie between Allen Pratt JftA E. J. Gahagen in the Second precinct ot kock island, eacn nav-1 teg 13 votes to his credit. j In moat precincts, no candidates the Democratic ticket were nam- 4 but in many instances represent-1 meg were written in by the voters. Candidates for precinct committee Ben on the Democratic ticket elect J were G. F. Johnson, South Mo ra township, Third precinct; H. S. Cunningham, South Rock Island, CITY ELECTION ILLINOIS' CHOICE G. O. P. Committeemen of Rural Townships Lowden. M. ...14 ...18 ...27, ...32 ...11" ...21 ...19 ...19 ...23 ...37 ...39 ...17 ...44 ...49 ...15 ...51 ...13 ...17 ...40 ...45 ,.40 ,.12 ..24 ..52 ..25 W. 1 i 8 7 3 3 3 8 16 4 16 16 5 17 1 3 3 6 O 1 4 17 2 Wood M. 13 7 7 12 "2 5 7 14 5 11 11 10 15 18 10 9 10 18 9 36 34 21 7 11 30 9 H 1 - - lUrrr: . i V 5'"'' . . 1? V( fei I- rWt 3 fS?Ii fH! 2 i&$j&H vqi t 866 137 341 410 11 1 69 COUNTY ELECTION Lowden. W. 11 Blackhawk 1. Blackhawk 2. Coal Valley.. Edgington 1 . Edgington 2. Drury 14 Rural 20 Bowling 35 Buf. Prairie, i Andalusia . . . 6 M. 24 7 11 17 39 18 10 182 137 11 W. Wood. M. W. 11 10 4 7 2 16 156 96 512 341 24 M. 7 o 6 182 69 5 W. Governor Frank O. lowden, Winner of state primary by large plurality. ing at 1 o'clock and continuing till late in the day. McDonough to Wood. Incomplete returns received this morning indicate that McDonough is one of three counties in the state, including Cook county and Chicago, which, was carried by the Wood constituency. The 921 to 772 plurality of Wood in this county was lost in the overwhelming vic tory of Lowden in other counties ot the 14th district, the total count, unofficial, giving Lowden 6,842 votes and Wood, 3,539. The early return for the district is: Cordova S. W. Bruner. 1 Coe John Fife. Canoe Creek Zuma F. L. Wake. Port Byron Edward E. Schafer, J. L. Flicklinger. Hampton l--J. M. McMichael. . Hampton 2 S. J. Shepard. Hampton 3 J. W. Scott, Hampton 4 G. H. Stange. " Hampton . 5 W. Dale Chambers and Conrad Schadt (tie). Hampton 6 F. J. Ball. Hampton 7 Pete Florin. Hampton 8 South Moline 1 Eli A. Meers man. South Moline 2 William Whit ney. South Moline 3-r-Frank J. Clen denin. South Moline 4 John Siefken. South Rock Island 1 E. W. Rob inson. South Rock Island 2 E. D. Fish er. South Rock Island 3 John T. Campbell. ' South Rock Island 4 Clyde W, Findley. Black Hawk 1 R. E. Little. Black Hawk 2 Guy Hodson. Coal Valley Hugh R. Martin. Rural Guy Hutchinson. , Bowling John Lipton. Edgington 1 Edgington 2 George W. Andalusia J. C. Burgoyne. Buffalo Prairie George Rausch. ' Drury J. G. Powell, C. T. Spick-ler. 6. 0. P. Committeemen for R. L Township 1. Bert L. Tone. 2. Allen Pratt and E. J. Gaha gen (tie).. - 3. H. M. Hendren. ." Fred W. Young. David Bradv. , t Merritt W. Campbell. C. V. Johnson. j H. H. Unverforth. W. A. Corcoran. ; . S. R. Wright A. M. Klove. . Joseph E. PrendergasC Dr. Joseph DeSilva. Fred W. Rinck. : X. M. Moore. , Clarence X. Isaacson. P. J.-Cary. Harry M. McCaskrin. 19. . Peter Loge. , . 20. Walter Souders-V Edmund Lincke. George C. WengBfc Frank Beranek. John T. Bark. John Ehn.. " J. J. Russell. 4. 5. ; 6. ' 7. -8. 9. 10.' 1L 12. 13! 14- 15. 16. 17. -18. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. GSIP, INFLUENZA Hamlin's Wizard OU a BeliaMa, Antiseptic Pmentative. When roar month tastea like all th na thiagsyotterer did wrwrrf together, then ya need Beechaa'a PilK Your month is a good mdicatioa at the coodkioo of stoma rhttrt boweK BEECW.7S PILLS G.O.P. Ctommitteemeii of Moline Township FIRST WARD. . ,-. First precinct Merton Smith. Second precinct Hialmar Sible- berg. SECOND WARD. First precinct G. H." Flick. Second precinct Harold Godehn. THIRD WARD. First precinct George Landee. Second precinct Frank Gluesing. FOURTH WARD. First precinct C. O. Campbell. , Second precinct Louis First . Third precinct George Wood. FIFTH WARD. First precinct H. Pirmann. Second precinct George W. Johnson. Third precinct George Darling. Fourth precinct Fred Irish. Fifth precinct Charles G. Hog berg. , s SIXTH WARD. . First' precinct O. F. Anderson. Second precinct H. G. wiike. - Third precinct Austin Sensible. : Fourth precinct Clark Anderson. , Fifth precinct Fred Graflnnd. Sixth precinct O. E. Childs. SEVENTH WARD. First precinct C. H. White. Second precinct M. A. Peterson, i Third precinct Arthur Gustaf son. . "" t Fourth precinct Roy Whiteside. Fifth precinct Etmer Oakley. ' . HOOD WTESTMEST. Do you realize the financial haz ards of driving an auto? There is no better investment than to be protected from these hazards. Our policy will protect you completely. Lawyer Main. State Bank build ing. Phone R. L 432. SCOUTS HAVE TRIP OVER Col Harry B. Jordan, eomslaa? ant or the Rock Island arsenal 1 Saturday morning entertained troc No. 9. 12 in number, ot the Mo line Scout Council at the Island. A short talk by the colonel was tea Joyed by the boys, who were lata conducted on a trip through the museum, shops L. and M, aadtae Are department' The troop was la charge of Rev. A. L. Necaiek ot me oeigium 1 itimntu :umi v-u ui line. The sightseeing tour and the Inlnnul in Knilt vnfk evidenced ing to the scouts wno enjoyea-ina visit immensely. , -: , v..r: . We buy alt kinds of second hknd furniture and stoves. Carter Bros. Phone R., J..1836v . . . r h 10r,2Sc S1W County. Rock Island Mercer Henderson .. Warren . . . Hancock . . . McDonough . Lowden. ...27S7 ... 950 ... 486 ... 873 ... 974 3 5 3 1 2 2 1 1 S Wires Down 6842 Wood 1487 3S6 240 272 235 921 3539 Don't Forget Your Discount j During influenea epidemics spray the nose and throat , several times ; a day with one part Wizard Oil and j two parts water, using an atomizer. 1 If you haven't an atomizer, gargle the throat and snuff the mixture up the nose. This treatment sets up I an antiseptic wall ot defense ! against "Flu" -germs. Chest colds and sore throat lead to grip. Stop them at once with J Wizard Oil before they can develop j Into daagerous influenza. ' Get it from druggists for 30c If ! net satisfied, return the bottle and get your money back. Ever constipated or have sick headache? Just try Wizard Liver : Whips, : leasant little pink pills, 30fl . at druggists. Guaranteed. 1 There's a Reason - Total Grand ...2407 Tl. 380 2787 1211 : 14S7 !76l First precinct; Edward J. Coleman. Rock Island, Fourth precinct; and John T. Stafford, Rock Island, Thir teenth precinct. The official count of the election was made at the county clerk's of fice this afternoon, the work start- MUM lillill! IJIUIIi llllilli WE allow you discount ot 10c per M. Ca. Ft. on your invoice for fas. fcnd -ie per K. W. H. for elec tricity, it pud within lit days from the date on your invoice. Avail yourself of this opportunity to ure, PEOPLES POWER CO. Rock . Island Volina East Moline OLD RELIABLE TOLITEB HAIR STORE formerly 1716 H Tbird avenue, to resumed at 581 Twentieth avenue. SWITCHKS MADE FROM COMBINGS CUT HAIR GOODS FOR SALS Work called for und delivered. MaiJ order promptly attended to. Mrs. C. E. Golden, Proprietress. Phone R. I. 203s. n n ROCK ISLANO BREWING CO. ROCH ISLAND, lit..- NORBERG'S Call SPARK'S Taxi PH0E MY SIGHT OB R. I. 230 ! SELLABLE 'SERVICE CAREFUL DRIVERS You are always welcome in this home of good music Drop in any time. 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