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EDGEFIELD, S. C., WgM?SDAY, MARCH 3rd, 1909.
NEW TROLLEY LINE.
Trolley Line From Greenwood
. to- Augusta, Reported by
}' Modern Bar?n Mun
Some time ago Mr. J. T. Faulkner
pf North Augusta, gave the warning
to the people of Edgefield, in regard
to the proposed trolley line to Au- ]
gusta. This I thought should have ;
been enough to set the promoters
of said road tumbling over each oth
er to; get -to their picks and shov
els, beginning to throw dirt, in ear
nest, and shutting down the gas
works. But alas the gas works haye
been running full steam ahead and
"worked overtime. . '
. No dirt has been broken Nand? there
you are. They have waited, too long
and thereby hangs this tale:
We have decided to mn this road
. from Greenwood via?. Boles moun
tain in a direct line to Augusta, Ga.
Thi? takes it right through my
place, and I haye given, them every
acre of it-house and all. ' I only
reserved a large pine stump and the
grass that may grow around it.
This I will use to,sit. on a,nd watch
N the cars pass and repass, and pick
np the cigar stumps thrown away at
this point; There will be a sign in
each car requesting the smokers to
ihr?w their "stumps" out here. I
know my good fortune will be mnch
envied by one member of the Edge
field Chronicle force. I will not
mention his name . for fear I will
/rossel" his feelings.
This road is already finished from
( Greenwood to*Boles mountian. We
have had a force of three hundred
wood-sawers and seven hundred
grasshoppers at work for some time
with three hundred and twtnty-three
other insects doing the rolling,
j We will at great expense purchase
agigantjic" one-horsepower gas en
gine (gas to be furnished us by the ..
promoters of the other road referred
to in the beginning of this article).
This engine, will be one of the sta
tionary type; oifethat is noted' for
its stationary ability, with cylinder
. shaped Cylinders, double back action
stroke that is non-combustible and
prohibitive of the highest finish. ' It .
will have the most expensive ajttto
'ihatie side shifting exhaust that was
ever placed on so powerful and ex-? ,
pensive an engine. This engine ,
will be used to pall the cars by ca
ble to the top of Boies mountain
from the Greenwood side. From
the top of Boles mountain down to
Turkey creek the track will be laid
at an angle of forty-five to sixty de
grees. The cars will be allowed to
go down thi" incline with all the
speed they can possibly gather so as
to make up, lost thne. At the end
of this trackNm t the bank of said
Turkey creek will be placed a sub
stantial bumper that will pre
sent the cars from running into the
* creek. This will shake the passen
^gers up a little but it will serve to
somewhat lelieve the monotony of
the journey. After the cars haye
recoiled several times and the pas
sengers have recovered, the cars
will be placed on a flat provided for
that purpose and thus put across the
stream. Time will be given those
who enjoy such sport to shoot the
turkeys and swim around in the
the creek/ After crossing the
creek, arrangements have been made
to haul the cars to Duntonville with
3Ir. Will Reel's oxen. From Dun
tofaville to my place the road will be
built with sufficient incline to cause
the cars to run by themselves at the
rate of one mile every four hours. If
any extra power is needed we expect
use the "kicks" of the passengers to
to assist us. The distance from Dun
tonville to my place is about six
miles, and for at least one-quarter
of a mile we will have but little
work to do. We will have to
bnild but one trestle, which will be
only five and three-quarter miles
long, and its greatest height wilt not
b?^over one and a half miles. This
trestle will end in about five feet
from the stump on which I shall sit.
To get fi om here toward Augusta
we will bnild a short trestle com
mencing four and one half feet from
aforesaid stamp and running to
Mr. Sam Gardner's place. This, tres
tle will be about two and one- half
inches lower than the above men
tionfd trestle.lt will go over Ropers
at a height of one hundred and sev
enty-five feet. At this point we wijl
have an elevated station with a lad
der to go up and down on. This
will prove quite an attraction for
Ropers, as the ladies will flock there
to see the men go up and down the
ladder or vice versa, more probably
; At Dr. Hugh Shaw's our road will
make a complete circle around his
honse three times. This-is to be
dope as a little inexpensive joke on
the promoters of the other road.
Tliey didn't give him any road at
all, so we will give him more than
anybody else on the line.
From Mr. Sam Gardner's on to
^THE DAM TROUBLE.
New Fishway Ordered Glaced at
the Locks on the Savannah.
For several years complSmt has
been made concerning the scarcity
of fish in the Savannah and its tribu
taries above the locks, it having been
alleged that the fish way at the dam
constructed by the city of Augusta
is "defective in that it does not allow
the fish to pass up stream. Last year
a special commission was appointe/!
by the South Carolina legislature to
make an inspection of 'the fishways
on the Savannah. Acting upon the
report of the commission the legisla
ture adopted the following resolu
tion last week:
"Be it resolved by the House of
-iepresentatives, the Senate concur^
ring: That the. attorney general be,
ancl he is hereby, required to bring
an action against th^ owners of the
dam situated in Edgefield county,
State of South Carolina, above city
of Augusta, to erect and maintain
proper fishways or on action abate
the said dam as in violation of the
terms of the-original grant by ^the
said State of South Carolina, as he
Augusta does not loolc favorably
upon the resolution of the South
Carolina 'general assembly, and will
probably not act in the matter until
forced to do so. According to the
Augusta Chronicle, a" prominent
city official made the following state
ment upon being informed of the
adoption-of the foregoing resolution :
"The United States government
ordered in the present plan and un
less the govern ment directs us we
will not. change the fishway weLare
using. It is as good as any there is
in existence and the authorities of
South Carolina, I believe, will have
* hard time getting the war depart
ment to order in a different fishway
If "there is a new fishway ordered
in the government engineer will be
undoing his own work/'
Guarding Against Trouble.
Said th's- editor tot the new re
porter, as quoted by an ejtcbania*^
"'You mus? learn-never t>
proved a fact. You are aj
us into libel suits. Do 'not' BI^-nm
cashier stole the funds," say "The
eashjer who is alleged to bave-stol?n
the funds.' That's all. Oh. get some
thing about that First Ward socia
to-night." And this is the report
turned in by the young man, who
heeded the editor's warning: "lt is
rumored that a card party was given
last evening to a number of reputed
ladies 01 the First Ward. Mrs.
SH th; gossip says, was the hostess,
and the festivi ies are reported to
have continued until 11:30 in the
evening. The alleged hostess is said
to be the wife of John Smith, the
so-called 'high-priced grocer.' "
Augusta we will not have to build
a track as the sand is from one to
six feet deep, and the cars will glide
right on through like a top.
Ev?ry car will stop at Mr. John
Williams' long enough for each pas
senger to shake hands with him.
V/e have engaged him to stand
there for that purpose night and day
Should the cars happen to meet any
ol: the passengers' friends along the
way time will be given for the pas
sengers to shake hands with them
and inquire about the weather, their
Our route hits the Hampton Ter
race hotel right in the middle, but
W? have arranged to move it out of
the way and use it for a poultry
house at Belvedere.
Our cars will be shipped back by
steamboat to Savannah, thence by
railroad to Greenwood, and begin
their journey over again. On our
initial trip we expect to give away
souvenir too'th picks, guaranteed to
have been used by President Taft
and party for extracting the possum
from their teeth at various times and
P. S.-As a motive-power on the
latter part of our road, we will use
hoc air, such as. our competitors.have
been using to build their road with.
You will doubtless/hotice that no
provision has been made for the
passengers that patronize our line to
get back home. In regard to this I
.will say that our cars will stop at
the dispensaryjn North Augusta for
fifteen minutes; the men will be ex
pected to get so drunk that they
can't get home, and as to the ladies,
of course somebody will carry them
W? will have a sign in each car
cautioning passengers not to say
"Taft'r while in hearing distance of
the ' dispensary, . it ber
ing very dangerous; as just the other
day somebody in a crowd there yel
led "Taftf' and the employees in the
dispensary thought they said "graft"
This caused a row in which three
mea were killed instantly, and they
dieL Hence the sign.
Antioch H $2:
Bold Springs ?1
Edgefield ist 331
Ed?efield ?nd % - > 1 i<
Gilgal ' 3!
Horn's Creek 2
Little .Stevens' Creek . 6<
M?doc j _2\
Mountain Creek 5?
Park s ville 12;
Plum Branch '3;
1 Red Hill ' 5(
Red Oak Grove 3;
'Therefore, my belc
in tlie works of the Li
in the Lord."
?o Court Monday and Tuesday, j
Judge Dantzler Sick,
The spring term of Court of Gen
eral Sessions was called Monday
morning, hut acting under instruct
lion of Judge Charles G.i .Dantzler,
C'erkcf ?ourt W. B. f?nri'KoW-^
ror mat reason was unable to reach
Edgefield Monday. The following?j
letter from Judge Dantzler to Mr.
Cogburn explains his f?ilure to hold
court on Monday and Tuesday: .
Orangeburg, S. C., Feb. 26th, 1909,
W. B. Cogburn.
Edgefie\d, S. C.,
Dear Mr. Clerk:-Court of Gener
al Sessions will convene at Eden
field , asr yon know, on next Monday
March, 1st. I have been in bed since
I returned from Lexington on last
Friday, suffering with Grippe, am
sitting up for a few minutes to-day,
so it will-ibev impossible forme, with
out endangering my life, to be at
Edgefield on Monday; but I am go
ing to be at Edgefield on "Wednesday
morning following. Unless
you hear further from me open
conrt on Monday morning March 1,
at 10 o'clock a\ m., and recede from
busies8 til! x Wednesday morn
ing, 3rd, excusing jurors until that
With kind regards,
Chas. G. Dantzler.
(Judge Charles G. Dantzler arri
ved this, Wednesday, morning and
opened court promtly at 10 o'clock.)
Executive Board Met.
On Satnrday last the annual meet
ing of the executive board of the
Edgefield Baptist Association was
held in the Baptist church here.
The principal matter that engaged
the attention of the board was appor
tioning the amount to be given by
the association among the nineteen
churches. As will be seen from the
tabulated statement of the appor
tionment published in this issue, with
one or two exceptions, the churches
have been asked to increase their
contributions to the various causes
of benevolence about ten per cent
above last year's apportionment. By
adopting some systematic plan of
raising the money the churches can
easily raise the amount that is ex
pected of them. The board is com- ?
posed of the following very earnest
and zealous Christan workers: Mr.
O. Sheppard, Rev. P. B. Lanham,
Col. S. B. Mays, Rev. J. T. Little
john, Dr. C. E. Burts, Col. F. N. K.
Bailey, Rev. P. P. Blalock, Rev. L.
B. White, and Rev J. E. Johnston.
The guest was evidently "enjoy
ing his meal by reason of a hearty
appetite. . These are excellent bis
cuits, Mrs. Brown," said he ^to his
hostess. "I don't know how many
I've eaten." "I do," piped up little
Mabel ; 'you've eaten six."-Har
Enter the Corn Growers' Contest.
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.ved brethren, bejyeysteadfast, 1
ord, forasmuch as ye know yoi
For Two Weeks State-WidePro
hibitipn Wi? Prevail, FoiJow
( ed iy Elect - - ' V .
_e, .?*v? mc wmsKey pioDlern. A
?state-wide prohibition bill was i pas
sey! by the House of RepJesen??tives
by a majority bf. eighteen votes but
the senate refused to adopt the raeas
S'e without an amendaient. I After
nch discussion the senate finally
passed the bill creating state-wide
prohibition to become effective fjhe
first Tuesday in August; - 1909,
but tacked on an amendment provid- ?
in g for a special election in .the wet
counties on the third Tuesday in
August. South Carolina will have
state-wide prohibition by enactment 1
for a period of two weeks? The ad- ;
vantage gained by the prohibition- 1
ists in passing this measure is that
the legislature has ordered or provi
ded for special elections in the wet
counties, thereby relieving the peo- (
pie in these counties of the trouble <
and expense ?pf circulating petitions ?
for the special election provided for ]
in the existing Carey-Cothran law.
The law which provides for state- 1
wide prohibition for the above men
tioned two weeks is too lengthy for .
publication in full but we publish 1
herewith the amendment which en- ,
ables the wet counties to resume the
operation of county dispensaries, if
a majority of the voters 6i those \
codnties so desire; ]
"Sec. 14. This act shall take effect ,
on the first Tuesday in August,sl 909. ?
Provided, That in the counties then <
having dispensaries an election^shall- ]
be held on the third Tuesday in, An- ;
gust, 1909, for the purpose pf d?ter- \
mining whether the dispensaries lo- ?
cated therein shall be reopened, and ?
such election in each of said coun- .
ties shall be held and conducted by ,
the same officers and under the rules ?
and regulations provided by! law for ,
"Sec. 15. At such electionithe elec
tion commissioners for such county
shall at each voting precinct therein
provide one ballot box in which the 1
ballots must be cast. Any person :
who is a qualified elector ^>f such
County may vote in said election.
Every voter who may be in favor of 1
the sale of liquors and beverages \in 1
such counties shall cast a ballot, in 1
the box provided, therefor, on which i
shall be printed the words 'For Sale i
and Manufacture of Alcoholic Li- 1
quors and Beverages,' anr} every vo- 1
tere opposed shall cast a ballot upon i
which be printed the words 'Against (
Sale and Manufacture of Alcoholic i
Liquors and Beverages,' if a major- 1
ity of the ballots cast in such elec- i
tion be 'For Sale and Manufacture c
of Alcoholic Liquors and Bever- 1
ages,'it shall be lawful for such li- 1
quors and beverages to be sold in ]
said county as hereinafter provided:
Provided, That expense of these elec- c
tions shall be borne by the State. t
"Sec. 16. In. case an election as
herein provided shall resujlt in favor
of the sale of liquors and beverages I
rORK for 1909.
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ir labor is not in vain
Chairman Exec. Com.
? ews of the Week From Around J
Mrs. Jv D. -Wash returned from
Harlem, Ga., last Saturday, whith
er she went to
take her little fm
ja. ?T inn una; G.
C. Burkhalter had the misfortune
to lose their store by fire last Wed
nesday night. The origin of the fire
is unknown but supposed to be by
incendiary. The loss was about $800
with bo insurance. '
Mrs. E. T. Cothran is still quite
sick, though slowly improving un
der the skill of Dr. J. H. Self.
Misses Alice and Minnie Hender
son, from the Callispn community,
visited their uncle, Mr. E. M.
Misses Grace Williams, Jennie
Cheatham, Lula Logan and Pauline
Byrd, charming young ladies from
theCleoraand Gilgal communities,
were the guests of Miss Mamie
West last Sunday.
Mr. Lem Corley, who has charge
?fiMr. W. A. Strom's well drill,
completed a well for Mr. R. D.
Seigler last week. No rock is too
hard for this drill to cut through.
Some of our farmers will be in
the prize acre com contest.
?he dispensaries in each county, so
/oting shall be reopened and con
lucted under the provisions of an
ict entitled 'An act to declare the
law in reference to and regulate the
manufacture, sale, use, consumption,
possession, transportation and dispo
sion of alcoholic liquors and bev
erages within the State, and to po
lice the same, approved the 16th day
February 1909, and acts amendatory
thereof: Provided that all of the
provisions , and limitations of th?
said act not inconsistent with this
ict shall/remain in full force and
effect in all of the counties of this
Starvei; Provided, further, That yi
counties which shall reopen dispen
saries therein- the county dispensa
ry board and dispensers in office on
August 2, 1909, shall continue to
dircharge their sevaral duties as if
9uch dispensary or dispensanes had
not been elosed: Provided, That in
the counties which have heretofore
voted upon the question of dispen:
sary orno dispensary under existing
or previous laws and have no dispen
sary at this time shall have the right
it any time after the expiration of
four years from the last election on
liquor question to hold an election
ipon the question, of dispensary or
10 dispensary, as provided in an act
mtitled, *An act to declare the law
n reference to, and to regulate the
nanufacture, sale, use and consumpt
on, possession, transportation and
?8position of alcoholic liquors and
averages within this State, and to
)olice same,' approved February 16
"Sec. 17. That all acts and parts'
>f acts inconsistent herewith be and
he same hereby repealed."
Enter the Corn Growers' Contest.
Death of Mr. Gogburn, Beauti
ful Reception by Mrs. J. H.
Messrs. Charles Kenney and
Dantzler Ton?y have returned from.|
Baltimore, where they have been
for the past month.
Mr. Keele, of Barnwell, was here
on business last week.
Messrs'. Spann and William To
lley made a trip to Augusta last
Mr. Joe Wright has been qurte1
sick for a week or more.
Miss Mary Spann Harrison, who )
has been sick at Ohicora college, \
Greenville, returned to her home 1
here on. last Thursday evening. She !
was accompanied by her mother, (
Mrs. P. B.. Harrison, who liad been 1
with her several days.
Mrs. Clifton .Mitchell, of Bates- '
burg, has been the guest of her
(Mother, Mrs! D. R. Strother. *. J
Mesdames Willie Tompkins and ]
F.. S. J?fferson spent last week at 1
Meeting Street, the guests of their 1
lister, Mrs. J. K. Allen./ J
Miss Cleo Attaway, city mission- J
iry in the mill district, Columbia, '
vas here on Friday, en route to her
lome at Saluda fora vacation. ?
Mr. John Wilson, of Batesbnrg, 1
ipent last Wednesday in town. / *
Mrs. Jack Edwards will leave ^
oon for a visit to her sister, Mrs.
tf. E. Parrish, in North Carolina.
The young folks enjoyed-? party
>n Friday evening at the home of a
?r. .L L. Oxner. ?
On last Tuesday afternoon from
:30 to ?:30 o'clock, Mrs. J. H. *
Vhite entertained the members of
he missionary society in a most en- n
oyable manner. In response to the
lainty invitations sent out? about J
0 responded, and there were also
?resent representatives of the ^
?ethodist society of Edgefield. The li
atbering was. one hi which a spirit
f congeniality, pleasure. ap/djjioj?j^
.-cr,- J. WT\Payne,'.W. J.
fetcher, P. C. Stevens and: T. R.
)enny. At the conclusion a lunch
on Y: was served, consisting bf a
ilad course with sweets followed by
The souvenirs given were happy
iminders of this altogether pleas
it afternoon and the hostess' hos
itality. "God be with you 'till we
ieet afeain" was sweetly sung as
i ending of the meeting.
Mr. Willie Cogburn, one of John
ion's most esteemed citizens, died
n last Saturday morning at the
rivate sanitarium of Dr. Wright,
On last Tuesday evening he was
Jcen suddenly- ill with gastritis,
id during the time up to his death
iffered. intensely. Every effort for
storation was given him but on
riday the physicians decided that
s only chance lay in an operation,
riday evening? he was taken to Au
?sta by Dr. Strother, an.d accom
mied by Mr. P. B. Waters, Jr.,
is son-in-law, and Mr. M.. T. Tur
vc. The operation was performed
it peritonitis had set in and at
):30 Saturday he breathed his last.
Mr. Cogburn was a good man
id a consistent member of the
aptist church. As a friend and
jighbor he was ever ready with a
?lping hand. His chief mission
iemed in doing for others. The
indn?ss of his heart is shown by
ie fact that all the little children
ved him. . /
He was married something over
> years ago to Miss Bettie Park
an, and besides his widow, leaves
i adopted daughter, Mrs. P. B
Taters, Jr., two sisters and a broth
The burial,took place on Sunday
Vernon at Mt. of Olives cemetery,
inducted by Rev. M. L. Lawson
large concourse of friends were
'esent to witnesss the last sad rites.
Mr. Franklin, Mr. and Mr?. W,
. Cogburn, of Edgefield, attended
ie burial of the late Mr. Willie
ogburn, which took place on Sun
ly afternoon. '
On last Friday evening the alarm
; fire was given and the barn of
x. Jack A. Lott was discovered in
imes. Mr. Lott succeeded in get
ng out his buggy and stock in the
wer part, but lost the produce
?red away. If it had not been for
e stillness of the evening, his
veiling could not have been saved.
Mrs. L. C. Latimer spent a few
iys of the past week in Edgefield.
Mrs. TeagueJPrice, of Sumter, ar
ved on Saturday for a visit to her
ir?nts, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hart.
"Sometimes," said Uncle Eben,
:ou fe di it your duty to tell a
iend de truth. But de chances are
m'll be so disagreeable 'bout it
it he'll git mad an' lose all de
Deacons Ordained al: Plum
Branch, Interesting Parks
The Rev. L. B. White''has a finj
field for development and howhera
is this truer than at Plum Branch,
where they have as fine material* in.
promising young men and maiden*
and devoted old people as are to b:i
found anywhere "south of Mason'*
mdDixon's line. The following new
Jeacons were ordained there yester
day: Hamp Parks, "Walter Lanham,
Walter Ridlehoover, Yancy Free
land and Robert Holiday.
Rev. M. W. Rankin, of McCor
mick, preached the ordination' ser
mon. The charge, was delivered by
Bro. White and the prayer offered
by Bro. Rankin. Bro/ Rankin is :\J
?lear thinker, forceful reasoner and.,
is sound as a dollar, and his effort.
)n this occasion is said to haw-?
seen a masterful one.
Last week you mentioned thu
arge yield of grain . made by Mr
E. T. Christian, making two crop*
n one year. Mr. Christian informs,
n? he is selling corn and plants, but
me acre, having sold some ab
Clark's -Hill to Mr. McDonald and
iad application for more.'
Two new M?sons is t??? product
)f the Masonic communication Sat
irday night, viz: Messrs. R. N.
idmunds and Bud Robertson. They
re good men and will make #ood
Mr. and . Mrs. Fowler, from
lasting".. on ..the Hudson, Y.,
re snugly domiciled in the Marsh
esidenc? tor ~ the summer. Mrs.
fowler was'"formerly- : Miss Cook
nd owns a la*h;e-plantation hard by.
Ve welcome these peo])lo from the
Orth' to oursufi'ny ^clinic.
Mr. ..Townsend, the contractor
'ho is-to build the.; new brick store
or.-Robertson Bros. <fc Elkins, and
'fte.are among the new;, additions
S our town.
Mrs. M. A, ' Read, from Auern?
^G?., , bas^eenJ^?- ' '
, 3." H., S*. ??amiri?
, Miss CarriT^Talbert, oife of the
fficient teachers of the . McCormick
[igh School, visited relatives on
er way back, to McCormick Snn
?iy afternoon. More anon,
ownship Boards of Assessors.
Governor Ansel, has appointed
ie following township.boards of as
issors for Edgefield county to
irve for the ensuing two years,
ie first named acting as chairmen
: their respective boards:
Blocker Township: M. B. Byrd,
ierce Timmerman. Newton Manly.
Colliers: B. T. Mathis, T. L.
iller, E. C. .Dorn.
Collins: J. H. Bussey, C. E..
uarle8, J. W. Bailey.
Town of Edgefield: J. L. Minis,
, T. May, B. . L. Jones.
Elmwood:/. H. Cogburn, J. F.
ayne, J. M. Shaffer. '
Hibler. W. E. Sheppard, J. K.
arley, O. D. White.
Johnston: P. N. Lott, W. J.
tint, E. R. Clark.
Town of Johnston: P. H. White,'
Ibert P. Lott, A. M. 'Nickerson.
Meriwether: H. F. Cooper, H.
Sunch, P. M.1 Markeri'.
Moss: L. R. Brunsen, J. J.
riffin, R. W. Christie.
Pickens: J. B.. Tompkins, -M.
eLoach, "Walter Marsh.
Plum,Branch: C. M. Freeman,
. G. Sanders, J. L. McKinnie.
Shaw: P. B. Day, S. T. Hughes,
. J. Coleman.
Talbert: R. A. Cochran, D. I.
organ, C. C. Burkhalter.
Ward: Henry W. Yonce, Silas
once, Lewis Holmes.
Washington: J. W. Johnston,
r. hcDaniel, W. N. Elkins.
Wise: Geo. F. S wea ringen, P. F.
yan, J. M. ^tays.
"Tigers" Hit Hard.
In the city^court of: Augusta? Sat
day last Judge Eye injposed fines
>on illicit sellers of liquor that
ill not soon be " forgotten. Seven
en wete -convicted ibid received
?es . aggregating $3,iloOj ranging
om ?400 to *750; If, Judge Eve
?ll repeat .the ^ose^iflcreasirig it as
e nature of the, ,lc^er ^quires, he
h soon cause these" vampires to
ek other andmore Honorable ways
making a livelihood.
The pompous judge glared stern
over his spectacles at the tattered
isoner, who had been dragged up
?fore the bar of justice.pn a charge
vagrancy. " Have you ever earn
a dollar in your life? ' 'He asked
fine scorn.' "Yes, your honor1'
is the response;- ' : "I.voted for you
st time.'' v" ' 'S : '
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