ecublicans Successful in Winning Only Four Constables Offices. fcARUTIIERSVILLE. MD.— Ovcr- lieliiu'iiK victories for Democratic Indklatr-s, national, stale and |jiity. '-vcre reglsierod In Pomis- co'.mty Tuesday. Dcincx-rattc niiijorlties (or She •nuy mre nearly two to ona, •lie in Little Prairie township. |ich includes Use city o( Cariitli- Iville, the D?mocrallc canillititts constnble and justice of the pco defeated their Republican its by more than (\vo (o one. I*opub!icans in this usually cl3S2 Imty were successful only in Hul- lid, Braggadocio, Pase^la and L!t- I River townships, wlicr; they Icted constables. Vollowing Is the vote: JTor president an;l vice-president: tmocratlc electors. 0,059; Hreub- |an electors, 3,470. ft-r United Slates senator: Clark ' ~~ I Kb) iR), 3.C88. fjr governor: Park (D), 7.0G3; Inter (R), 4.052. J?or lieutenant governor: Harris I), 7,201; Barrett, (R), 3.532. for secretary of stale: Bro'.vn (D) |03; Thompson iR). 3,033. • state auditor: Smith (D), 7,- Hnckman <R), 3,539. For state treasurer: Nacy (D), |!3; Steinbeck (R), 3,537. Tor attorney general: McKittrick I), 7,358; Depping (R), 3,835. For Judge superior' couvt No. 1- lyes (DJ, 7,162; Phillips (R), 3,- T-ter jiitge superior court No. 2 ro to be elected): Burnsy and pton (D>. 7,175; Barnett and le (R), 3,830. judge ol Springfield court of peals: Allen (D), G.83Q- Cox CR) 31. r congressmen: 13 Democratic ididates at large, 5,961 each; 13 publican candidates at large, 3,- p or state senator: McDowell ID) 20. Por representative: Buckley (D), 40; Cole (R), 4,031. Jointly Judge, 1st district: Row- id (D), 3,441; Wilkerson (R), 1,- 3ounty Judge, 2nd district: Robon (D), 4.3DI; Wells <R), 2,648. ''rosecuting attorney: Hawkins E 1 , 8.237; Stiles (R), 4,438. rifl: Juden (D), 7,899; Johnson . •i.SSft! lessor': McGhee (D). 0,909:ins (R), 4,890. Bounty treasuren: Mulliniks (b). 22; McKay (R), 4,680. Surveyor: Cotchcr (D), 7,400- Jonnor (R), 4.582. Public Administrator: Baird (D) 05; Davis <R), 4.69B. Coroner: Dr. Rhodes (D), 7,602. Murrell (R), 4.370. TowTHhip Offices •itlle Prairie:--For justice of the ace—Charles Bragg (D), 2.110; ank Sccoy (R), 825. For ccnsta- i—Herbert Smith (D), 2,128' mes XWrley (R), 977. 3odair township:—for justice of : peace—Stanley Edwards (D). I; William Muirhead tR). 233. r constable—Henry Muirhend <DI i; James Swinca (R), 249. Sutler township:—w. H. Burgess ') unopposed for justice of the ace and Luther Covey (D) un- iosed for constable. Sayoso townsllip:—Absliirc (D) opposect for justice of Ins peace d Frank Glass (D) uiioppssed constable, 'emiscot township: — Thomas iiitfield ID) unopposed for justic" r constable: William Statham ', 307; Joble Thompson (R). 235. )rgan township:—E. B. Ferfll opposed for justics and Loiiiis rrell (D) unopposed for consta- Holland to«Tisliip:--F 0 :- corsta- !—0. C. Wilson (R), 450; Olli= ^omason (D), 375. Concord township:—For consla- •—John Nicholson (D). 342; Wil». Dowd (R), 90. fcSl°P. io J m ™ sh >^^ con- Loca! Metropolitan Life Agents Win State Contest Three local agents of tlic. Metra- palltfln Life Insurance company, who finished ono-two-tliree in "a state-wide contest sponsored- by the company, will lx> BUMts W [ t h other winners at a banquet at Pine Blufi* on Nov. 18. In the contest, participated In by «". nscnts of the company" In the state. Herman A. Rimer won first ylacc. Albert s. Smith was second and W. A. Horton was third. All three work out of tlio tel office of the company here. Ao'-r^^r'M-: ank Pulley IR> I 254 ' 3l ). 354. , Uttla River lo»-nsriip:-Fnr con- x^^ «= ansas Names Republican overaor by Slim Margin CITY, Kans., Nov. 10 lcan'^!' Landon . youthful Relit th' matl of Indl =P^«Ionc=. UnltM T 1 &°vernor of Kan- Prcs s returns showed cac 4 ratio inc Woodring C ° uld HI WER1 J*LYTnKVU.LE. (ARK.) COUKIKU NEWS •rvkes Held Tuesday For Cardwell Resident CARIWELL. Mo.-Fiincral services TOO |-,el:l Tuesday .ifternoon to;- Mrs. .1. L. ciark. of this citv. Mrs. Clark died Sunday, Nov. G, IO.ICMISJI; ;i i 0 n s jilr.css. Death wrs i-.His«l by cauctr. Mi-s. c;?rk is survived bv l>.^r| K-sbanJ, j. L. C! . 11 . iti t , yj , lallgll .l IOT, Tliolma .t:id opnl, (wo sans' William and Roy. two grandsons, all of Cardv.-")|. t!no( , ,,j s(( , Wi ^j,., L. S. Braiiiuuii nf Cardwell. Mrs. i. Enutt. of Silvcrclale. and .Mrs. I-cisie A'eel, ol Europa, and several other rclatiu-s. Funeral services were conducted Tcssttay afternoan at (he Clark ho.'iie in c.-iivlu-cll. Rev. w. T. Stitbblencld, jiastor of the Cardwell Mcituxiis! church cfTirinling. A choir sang special songs. Flower girls were Mrs. Sunshine Har- »m and Misses Opal Lee niith- rrford. Estelle Gist. Flossie Ray, I »;iby Patterson. Ollie Mac Mm- I lins, Tlieo. Rutherford, and India j Blskejicy. Pall bearers were: John M. Warren. Ernest Barrow, Will Cunningham. Herman Loyd. Jim Barrow and P.oy Stanfill.' Burial was in Lulu cemetery. Funeral airanoements were in charge of Moward-Anderson. Clnrence Bunch Accused of 1 Assaulting H. D. Rambo Witii a Hoe. Clarence Bunch, well known /niraer, was on trial In" criminal court today charged with 'assault If) kill II. D. Rambo. Bunch is accused of attacking Rnmbo will) a |)ioc ivlipn <! le UTO bee.ime involved in an nruumenl nlioist a crop they were mnklnc. The (rouble occurred aboul a year and n half ago. Openlii" statement by W. Leon Smith of defense counsel showed flint Bundi will claim wlf defense, accusing Ramlx) 'of beiiiK (!ie aggressor In 'the affair. All jail eases have httn tried except in cases where -defcidnnts have already, entered pleas of yuil- tv but have not bcon sentenced. Judge Neill Killough was expect-1 cd to pass sentence on Jessie ] tsotlley. negro, who iiliaded suilty i loan attempted attack ouia while ' girl, this afternoon. The minimum penalty for Hie crime Is tliroc ntul the maximum 21 (years. A review of HIP crltnltinl docket this morning showed tlmt cle- fendanlJi In 10 cases on 'tlis docket linve died since Indictments were returned against them. The judge ordered the coses stricken from 'the docket. Fred Bethel of Manila us nsiwmcnt of defense counsel nnd Hie prosecuting adorncy enlorcd a pica of guilty to ft | felony charge of nssaiilt \vitli intent to kill tlvjs morning and wns given n year (sentence with four monllis of the sentence to be held nu. Actually Bethel will be for paroK from lli c Mate prison when two months-, a fourth of his term, has been comp!d<<cl. milking thu time to be served less limn he u-oiild Krnv on the county farm for in inisdcmeanoi 1 form of the offense If nimble lo |>:iy n nnc. Bethel ploiided pulltv after sel.^c- tlon of a jiuy to try the.case had started. He was accused of the crime In a knlfo nlt.ick on Paul Cody in a Manila iioolhiill. Rlcli- urd Knight. Leiichvllle attorney, iii.'il ClniKlc F. Ccm|:er icpreti'iited. 2M-Vcnr-01,l Slmlgun SuM CU1IA, Kan. (UP)—Ed Kepcrla, a fanner near here, has .sold l>ls 200-year-old sliofiim. Tlio weapon originally was owned by wardens in Bohemia. f,l 'J i UJjJL' an eoerlasling gift \ 2 Special Offers No. 1 — Three 3xi5 and One 8x10 I'm- ?3.GO No. 2— Five <lxG niul One 8x10, Hand Tinlcd ?5.00 '. Fur A Limited Time Only. 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