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 - Called Politics Rhea today said he didn't know...
Called Politics Rhea today said he didn't know anything about the troops being in Harian. Chandler called it "a move to try to swing tho election from Rhea." State Treasurer Elam Huddleston Huddleston called it a "political trick." State Representative Frank C. Bruton was arrested at Burkesville on a charge of giving a negro a pint of liquor, which is against Kentucky election laws. Meanwhile, the Republicans nominated nominated candidates quietly. Judge King Swope, indorsed for governor by most county organizations, declined declined to comment on the Harlan occupation. His opponent, Judge D. M. Bingham, called it an insult to the people. Result of the primary wilJ not be known until next week. Kentucky law provides guarding of the ballots until Monday and counting in public public in the courthouse.

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

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