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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 10, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa June 1910 Bua Cass county Best i f per r Smith win in Cass county results in county j the following is the Complete election results in Cass county except that precincts Are mis sing it is so for governor Garst 887 Garroll majority 560 for lieutenant govenor Clark of Adel no for attorney general Chantland Cosson plurality 264 Railroad commissioner Palmer Sultz Thorne Wilson two winners in this county pal lates news from Anita Many items of interest Carroll Victory by sight margin in the primary Keno Minatti for Sovei toll by to majority due to Light vote latest news from that Busy Little town presented special correspondent Bamford and daughter re turned red Oak Friday morn ing after a pleasant visit with her friends and attendee the High school commencement last miss Flora Young closed first term of school in Audi boil township last Young purchased the property on West main Street and will take Possession july the 291 Mer and Wilson supreme court reporter Cornwall Ferson u 491 Cornwall majority clerk of supreme court Grubb 591 Bosquet 504 Garrett 479 Grubb plurality state superintendent Pickett 545 Riggs Welty 120 Brainard Deyo 22 Henninger 40 Lark 32 Pickett plurality 163 for Congress Walter Smith 1346 h Byers 1102 Smiths plurality consideration was the Woodmen and Loyal neigh Bors held memorial services in the Hall last keys Nof the Christian Church gave the the hand accompanied them to the Thomas Winders went to Dos Molnes tuesday to look after Busi 87 j Ness and to attend the in j Weston Down to Mas Stan Pat Tan int a Lipini control the state convention also u Carroll was to nominated for governor by the republicans of Iowa tuesday by a majority of Bont Over Warren Learly returns indicated the nomination of Garst and until last night the governors margin was believed to be extremely if any at All full and practically Complete re turns from eight six of the counties save him about majority and it was estimated that the Rop ored majorities in the other counties would Sivo him about possibly More and possibly the eight six bounties gave Carroll and Garst two years ago be had a majorly of and it was this advantage which Garst Vuin attempted to overcome and for a Day following Lewis notes of interest regular weekly letter personal mention of people in near that Little Lou Crum of Omaha returned to his Home last thursday having spent a few Days with relatives Irma Gaylord came Down from thursday to visit a few Days with Sadie latest reports gut Smiths plurality a trifle in District m Plunkett was an at in tic caller Temple and son Harry returned Home Friday from n weeks with her and Lawton spent the night Friday with relatives in Jertha and Little daughter of Atlantic spent the night thursday with Batter shy and had 244 Benedict 672 Smith Smiths 249 precincts not reported Union and for representative Hogan 1021 William Cool 898 Baird 289 hogans plurality Over Cool 123 Semi last week to visit his daughter i Fred i Harry Faulkner went y j Adair Friday to Attell the party Given for a Friend there before her j departure for two Sisters of Charles work Man Are Here from Nebraska on a j Fulkes traded his feed barn to the Anita Bank in part pay ment for a farm a recently Pur Metcalf went to monday to visit a Shehad had seen him for thirty Beaver has about completed the improvements he has been Mak ing on his office building and will arrange for some living rooms and hereafter his residence will be at that the primary thought that to full and practically complete1 re Neirns Otlet returns from sixty seven coun ties night disclosed that George was in Lead for attorney in a close race will Neely and the Vole in the sixty seven coun ties was As follows Cosson chair land 36 come co sous cloves for county attorney with1 Clyde Marquis of out opposition polled full party Herbert for auditor nominated without opposition polled full Forsyth for clerk without opposition polled full party without opposition for treasurer polled full party Mountain for recorder without opposition polled full county Jensen nominated for Coroner without Union township yet to be heard for sheriff nof333 61 Bosley 416 422 Hill Bosley plurality 644 county superintendent Johnson Johnsons majority 457 Union not re congressional ticket progressive pro Progress progressive Progress Stan Pat stand i Progre pro is visiting his Mother at the Home of the grooms Par and Crandall on june 1st occurred the marriage of miss Anna Henderson and Chester Cran Shugg and Weston re turned Home from Massena tues Larabee came up from Clar Inda tuesday and is visiting Anita friends a few Hook and miss Carey entertained the club wednesday afternoon at the Hook the husbands of the ladles were in Viter As a Surprise to the women and a merry time was who was helping on Brick work in town went to Mas Sena last John Irving will Bangham returned from their trip to South Dakota misses Marie Wiegand and Hazel trimmer were passengers to Atlan tic saturday and Lee Taylor of Avoca came on a visit to Tay lors parents and saturday miss Hazel Anderson who has been teaching in Avoca returned to her Home democratic congressional ticket first Pollard f John Murphy Huber accompanied his brother Frank to Omaha Friday to consult a specialist in regard to Franks the doctor after a thorough examination gave him but Little encouragement for any Bullock went to Des Molnes to attend the Encampment of the and represented the Mead Post As a Delegate 1 went to Iowa last thursday to visit her chum and v children continued on Page four Stuart Cleveland candidate Cosson said last night he was confident of maintaining his Lead and making the Chantland thought he could Over to advantage and have to spare in the remaining thirty two returns from thirty one counties indicated the nomination of the manager for Awarren As clerk of the supreme Over the and Thomas tie vote in the thirty one coun ties was As follows Garutti Bous Tiue Grubb for Railroad commissioner Palmer and Clifford Thorne undoubtedly have been nominated Over a Field of six both these men reside in and represented diametrically opposite ideas in the matter of Railroad regulation and Thorne stood for the Farmers and meat producers in sixty eight of the counties the vote on Railroad two places to was As follows Palmer Wilson Ottosen friends of Wilson said last night that they believed that he might yet overcome the margin Between him and but others thought that this was altogether Ferguson Natl Sultz were at the foot of the who will control last night the Taft Republican i club claimed that the stand patters would have at least 130 majority of the delegates in the state convention it was stated by some of the friends of the organization that bets than Igloo would to placed on this it was that already 671 delegates had been safely gathered according to the reports from stand patters who claimed to have control of county and it was Predl ced that this increase would be the progressives laughed at this they pointed out that there were counties like Adams in which the stand patters carried the county for their but where the delegations Are Progress in Adams the progressives will have three majority the county places on the ticket became apparent that Claude Porter would be the democratic miss Perlo Starr left for monday morning to her Kiank Sheet pets to spend coming Winter there leaching misses Tena and Mario Henning sen spent the Day saturday in at Parks returned Home from Bis work in Atlantic saturday after Temple and Woodward were Atlantic Laura Lucy and Ethyl Myers returned Home from Cedar fulls evening and will spend their summer vacation at Macomber and son if rank were visitors Here and Henry Walter Atlantic were visitors Here monday Jesse i lager and baby of Val Ley unction Iro visiting with her nil Wilson and misses Priscilla Davis and Ruth tyo Olward returned Home from Cedar Falls sunday Georgia Byrne spent the Day tuesday in Kelly and Little Daugh Ter Majorie came in from monday morning to visit her Woodward Askew and Little son of Valley Junction Are visiting with Iii Peter and and Woodward left for Milwaukee sunday called there by the death of wellies daughter Earl Conrad returned to his work in monday having spent a week Here visiting with relatives and Fob governor Carroll 1st 6fi 2nd 60 3rd 4th Grant Benton 28 Pomosa 52 Brighton 72 Washington 3 prove Franklin Lincoln 46 Massena s2 Niou 42 1leasant Noble is 1ldna 35 Victoria 28 for congressman Smith 1st 56 2nd 3rd 4th 83 Grant 169 Benton Pomosa Brighton Fil Washington s3 drove 30 Franklin 62 Lincoln 43 Massena 73 Union Bear Grove 33 Cass pleasant Noble 15 Edna 30 Victoria 23 Garst 29 4s 92 78 80 14 15 he Mav have less than to the Good Montgomery and Guthrie count pm counties Are the big surprises in the District majorities on Congress Smith byen Adair Harrison vlil3 Guthrie 24 i Audubon 17 32 15 38 25 147 71 24 16 150 Montgomery 1ottawattamie Shelby 200 Smith total 049 1922 97s Byers 34 54 113 special to the Telegraph Council june 8 at i Oclock this afternoon enough ports had been received from the ninth District to indicate that Smiths majority Over Byers will by less than the following 138 gives the latest estimate of uie result thus far general Eyers reelection mates were Low in the Western part of the District and away to High in the ii Stern Byers has Cut Smith majority in Potta Watta Mie county Down to almost six Hun dred and has carried his Home 4s county by 623 on the other 35 j band he carried Guthrie county of 17 50 23 85 44i Only 200 votes it i sex elected at least 500 to la 73 Ontgomery county the Byers 26 miss Minnie Hopley returned from her school work Valley Junction wednesday she will spend her vacation at Carl Burnside returned Home after a visit in Carbon miss Mary Mcferrin of Oak District president of the spoke at the congregational Church last sunday evening during Endeavor hour to the members of the Christian and that Coe and son Dave left for Colorado wednesday morning to spend the summer Clesson Woodward of Griswold spent sunday with his Woodward and miss Edna Wells came in Rory Villesca monday to visit a week with Bohling and Luther Myers came in from up lira ska monday to spend a few Days with relatives and Bushy of it after a visit with Rel senator Smith Benedict 1st Ward 37 26 2nd Ward 30 3rd 4th 89 Grant Benton 25 Brighton 48 Grove 41 Franklin 72 42 strength was away Over and Smith has carried the entire county by the close margin of Cass gave Smith 244 and the City of Atlantic gave him majority this vote is not so heavy for Smith As bad extra hard work was 83 done in this City and the stand Paf a poll showed that they would carry the City by about 100 in Shelby and Ottaw Attawat counties where the progresses i thoroughly organized the last Days of the Campaign they did Betoff 37 Bear Grove 33 Cass 78 pleasant Noble 17 22 representative 27 126 64 32 Atlantic Hogan Cool Bald natives returned Home last nominee for Basher Only led Moon by a in fifty Over counties the total vote was Hasher Moon Porter the Surprise of the Day was the defeat by Pepper of dear Mand in the second District congressional Pepper carried every county in the District except Scott x another interesting incident of the election was the defeat of chafe of for the state Senate nomination in the Ham Ilton Wright senator Peter son was the author of the Antipater de corporation Stock 1st 28 42 2nd 40 3rd Ward 95 75 4th Ward 79 47 77 164 7 Pomosa 25 29 Brighton 22 29 Washington 10 23 Grove 27 16 Franklin 43 41 22 38 Massena 20 Union 110 Bear 37 21 Cass 94 70 Noble 70 10 Edna 43 19 Victoria 40 3 for sheriff 13 11 27 21 20 2 11 48 4 11 19 10 11 12 50 than they the country Cincys and Small towns East of counties had practically no nation and the final test of strength came with Little Effort on the part the progressives to get out the Byers Headquarters at cil Bluffs has conceded the no Tion of Smith and general Byers extended his congratulations to 1st 2nd 6 4 3rd Ward 4th Ward 73 Grant 67 30 Grove Bosley Duval Hill Swart i list of committee my ust of delegates not vet Complete rut look to be Iii Weinen Safe stand patters following is the list of teemed so far As have been de stand patters 1st Chapman 3rd Ward Bert Butler j de Newton Washington get de Richardson Vic Henry progressive second Herbert four full Franklin remainder not it is believed that the Complex Ion of the county delegation Brighton Washington Franklin 55 Lincoln Massena Union Bear Grove 29 Cass 85 pleasant 28 Noble 12 Edna Victoria 19 26 64 44 13 7 23 17 11 11 18 4 44 11 59 12 14 7 12 13 17 31 38 7 2 2 5 19 21 4 22 25 10 5 10 so 6 5 s 10 s 3 8 2 u2 11 1 4 34 281 43 7 for superintendent Johnson Cornell 1st Ward 54 2nd 62 3rd Ward 4th Ward 28 Pomosa 87 Brighton Grove Franklin 48 Lincoln 48 Bear Cass 98 86 41 25 8ff 71 61 101 it ii if if ii it ii ii m ill

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