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To tli-' Kditor 01 2'he Xews and ourier:
Allow :ne to address this op<i:
letter to tlie candidates for gubernai I
the campaign r.- .v in
r progress in this State. The exhortation
is, "Tote ;'aii\ gentlemen. ami see
to it t :at your frit-mis lote ! .ir." To
be perfectly plain and frank, as a
;riend of .Mr. \i. A. Cooper, in presenting
his fitness for tlie office of i: v........
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the pan o. the friends of Messrs.
B Clinkscaies and Manning to discredit
j 'Mr. Cooper by charging that Mr. Cooper
"straddled" in the recent Demo^
cratic State convention on the issue of
m ) reforming the primary rules t > insure
J ' an honest primary election; also that
he was opposed to any amendment,
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ana inereiure, a&ainoi ^ _? ,?
mary election. Anyone who knows R.
A. Cooper knows that it is impossible
for him to straddle any issue, and to
charge in effect that he was against
an honestly conducted primary election
is not short of slander. The candidate
who reaps the benefit of such
f cbnrior should not receive the support
of honest voters in a second primary,
if so fortunate as to be in the second
-primary. Mr. Cooper's county (Laurens)
instructed its delegates to the
State Democratic convention, in substance,
to oppose any amendment to
the primary rules depriving any white
man who was a real South Carolina
Democrat from voting. These instructions
were, and are, his personal views
This is what he honestly advocated be
fore the convention. Some did not attend
the convention, although elected.
s Some kept mum on this issue. Now
ibecause Mr. Cooper was frank enough
and true enough to openly discuss this
issue to secure his own and his counC
ty's instructions, is it fair that he be
k i denounced as a "straddler" and an op*
poser of honest elections? Does Mr
Clinkscales or Mr. Manning advocate
depriving any real South Carolina
white Democrat of his vote? Surely
not. Then why make this issue against
In the few years past we have had
enough of sneaking, vile, political
slander during the primary campaigns
dealt out in dark corners and back
lots. Spoken in whispers, it lived and
thrived and brought success, because
net exposed by the light of publicity.
3 call upon the candidates to correct
this fault in their friends; otherwise
* they become endorsees of most culpable
wrong-doing. All that the friends
of R. A. Cooper ask of the honest vcter,
who wants to vcte for the best man
in the race for governor, is to make
intelligent inquries. Aagin lei me say,
"Tote fair, gentlemen, and see that
your supporters so tote."
J. K. Henry.
Chester, S. C., June 26, 1914.
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the World Film Corporation is known
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with a capitalization o: $2,000,000,
and will manufacture into
moving pictures all plays of the Shu
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uen company. me ouuu&i i, x cal
company controls hundreds oi
plays, dramas, farces and comedies,
while the World Film corporation,
with which the theatrical people nave
become allied, have 55 distributing
branches throughout the United States
and Canada. The Siiubert Feature
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is to expoiit them through its
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Mouse," "A Chinese Honeymoon/'
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HARKISON RANDOLPH, President.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Court of Common P^eas.
I. T. Timmerman, Plaintiff,
Thomas Ix>nnie Player, Defendant
By order of the Court herein, I will
sell to the highest bidder before the
Oourt House at Newberry, S. C., within
ti'ae legal hours of sale, on Monday
(saleday), July 6, 1914, all that lot of
land lying and being situate in the
Eastern suburbs of the Town of Newberry,
County of Newberry, State of
South Carolina, said to contain onehalf
of one acre, more or less, it being
lot No. 4 of the lands of the Estate
of M. iM. Player, deceased, which land
was conveyed to M. M. Player by
Tabor H. Hill, aijd bounded by Lot
No. 3 and No. 5, by lands of Tabor H.
Hill and a street forty $eet wide
which separates it from the lot of Mollohon
Terms of sale. Cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers.
H. H. Rikard,
Master for Xewberry County, S. C. ,
June 11, 1914.
NOTICE Or FINAL SETTLEMENT
AND APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE.
Xr? ice is hereby given, that the undersigned,
as Executor of the last
will and tes ament ofMrs. Rebecca C.
Caldwell, deceased, will make final
settlement of the es'ate of the said
deceased, in the Court of Probate for
Xewberry County, at 11 o'cloek a. m..
cn Monday, the 13th day of July, 1914,
and immediately thereafter will apply
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against the said estate are
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duly attested, on or before the day
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Execiror. x y
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