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county at dawn. Commanded by Adjutant General Henry H. Denhardt, the soldiers quizzed voters, and examined ballot ballot boxes and books. They arrested at least seven election officers. Six to eleven men patrolled each precinct. precinct. Judge Gilbert ordered the injunction injunction served on Denhardt at Harlan. He said the general was in contempt if he had taken troops to Harlan, because of a previous injunction forbidding forbidding it. At Harlan, Sheriff Theodore Theodore Middleton's lawyers told Judge Gilbert the secretary of state denied issuance of an executive order for the Harlan occupation. Poles Closed Guardsmen closed poles at Clover- s P 1[ nt because they opened by eastern eastern time instead of central. Twenty *™ time instead of c< votes had been cast. Governor Ruby Laffoon's admin- istration has favored Thomas S. R nea for the Democratic nomina- tion - Hi " *"•''"""•>> ...... -•• '--nine ~~*~*~t* t?j v -"*t*»iv**Gi.j uttuiv tti uy ior** mer Highway Chairman Ben John- son ant5 former U. S. Senator and Go ' ernor J-. C. W. Beckham. ru P tion at each other from the stum P and ov er the radio for six Vm ^ AccompanTed'V e^the^ SU ° h 3S Judas '' " Be "<" li " fA "™""' tion. His principal opponent has been Lieutenant Governor A. B. "Happy" Chandler, backed j," "Benedict Arnold" and "political murder." Three independent independent candidates have attacked both of them with comparable vim. Called Politics

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 04 Aug 1935, Sun,
  3. Page 1

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