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LAltIINS, S. C., MAY 17, 1916.
Little drops of water,
Dropping on the land,
Make the farmer feel so good,
lie smiles to heat the hand.
The Manning supporters will doubt
less credit the governor with the, little
shower yesterday. It happened dur
ing his administration and he didn't
Robert Quillen, editor. and publisher
of the l'ouutain 1inn Tribune, has
botht the Woodruff lecord. Both
Papers are in prosperous and growing
towns and there is no doubt but that
Quillen will be abreast of the best
hustlers in them. 11e has been giving
Fountain inn a good paper and he may
be safely counted on to give Woodruff
what. it deserves..
We carry in today's issue a letter
fromi a W'ar0 Shoals Manufacturing
Company ollicial pledging support to
the liovemenit in That vicinity to es
lablish cream routes. Several weeks
ago we carried anotler ltetr frot
Ware Shoals in regard to a highway
between Augusta anld 111ontaill re
sorts via War: Shoals. The Inter.sI
whicli these gentIlen d'sisplty in liat
1ers pecrtaining to Ilhe tulvancemlent of
that scellcin lf the county iii to be
(olmiiItten ,ded. \Ve lite to set ti:e spirit
writth whic!i they go after thin:g.:.
'Those wilo read Ihe Iiirst ll etr when
it was published ani t le one in to
day's paler will note that b)othi of
thlet ay con:icderable .'st re.;. on t he
1":141 condtition of t!.. road.; in that see
lion of the counlty. It i hanlly troh
able Ilal th rouad4 neat ' Ware Shoal:
are any better or worSe than ruis of
like importance ,in other parts of the
Couity. hut no one (Ill dlnty Ithat I the'
ought to be improved.
Road-blliling is a big proposition
and reliuires a greaitI deal >f udney.
'Thc Iunds at the disposal of the super
visor are totally inadeluate to meet
1he needs of this growing country.
The re is a growing lemand all over
1he county fot better roads antd we
believe tihe tpeopile tre ready to pay
for Item. liiurthermorti Ie we bliee
that the legis'ative candidates that go
before the Ii-o;pti Ihis sumll ir WithIi
imrhiovieent ai:'c *go; to oil au sympil:i
ta e o::. 1 anntoun 'i en oflI i hiis ean -
.!louse Io in p-ijet ti is.t It'o whatilli
It is hot g~eerally( epicted of a now
:onigressmlani tat he shalt do mtulh
sItrate those itiiatlitijes of iniititi oln, aug
gressoienss anld feltow sitip whIich-l are
ssen1t ial in) laying ai lotuitaion for
effective work. Althiough lie lhas inot
had~ ai futll terml .\r N iholls hoas ex
Jiblited noi little talilnt ailong these
linfes. liIe secured( a bir thl on the imi
port aniit tmilitary a ffa ir IScomI tteec,
where hiIs ox perience as a nationtal
guardsmtan was of value to himti anid
the rest of thle comm i ttee in framning
the llouse milItary bill1. Coming to
local mtat ters, lie succeeded in prevent
ing motor' cara beoiing subst ittuted for
horses on mtail route~s in Spiartanburg
county, whIch accom plishmen. may lie
praIsed or' eentsured accoriding to the
-point of vIew. Ilie has shown hImself
generally as an actIve and effective
representatIve. We helieve Ithat thiis
wvill be granted by all. Yet thtere
are mauny a not her tman~ ini lie
district who could havu e donte as well,
though hardly In t he -samtie way.
Mr. NIehoil's clim for re-election
must not he based on his record
and achtevemients in Washington
alone, Ile has soiie obligat~Ions
to fulfill ait hiome. As a cont
gressman and leader of meni It. Is
his dutty to exert hisa influence foi thteir
.. good and the good of the district anid
state. The cannuot out himself off from
S outh Carolina affairs entirely, for
South Carolina wilj stand in need of
~' the su'pp)ort, pftiy law-abiding ditl
zon thIs Arntiur. We have had al
rready some indications as to the itt
7' te On-one side will be the lIquor
and lawless crowd"hn"Partnership, and
on the other the law and order and
anti-liquor elements. Where is Mr.
Nicholls going to stand? lie will have
the opportunity of "setting himself
straight" with many people and at the
same time rendering a great service
to his state in choosing his political
associates and making a clean-cut
campaign after a proper pattern.
Mr. Nicholls is a strong man in this
district and able to do a great deal to
ward bringing about a greater respect
for the law. Yet, whether or not he
is strong enough to be re-elected on
his own strength we will not attempt
Mr. Nicholls has a big decision to
make soon. On it will hang largely
his future career. With all of his
acknowledged acumen, is lie man
enough to see his duty and far-sighted
enough to realize his opportunity?
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Poplar Spring, May 15.-As we were
prevented from writing last week, we
must say something about the laaurens
County Singing Convention which met
at Poplar Springs church the 6ith and
7th. It was a great convention, and
some of the best singing it was ever
our privilege to hear. There was sev
eral professors and other good Sing
erS present and all seemed to sing like
they enjoyed it. There was the two
Wilkie brothers of this county and
their father of North Carolina; also
Abereromhie Stewart, two 'T'odds, Ball
and others of Laurens county. Prof.
Pearson of Spartanburg county and
Prof. Iale Duncan and Mahaffey from
Ander on. It was an inspiration to this
couminihity. There was a large crowd
present both days, especially Sunday,
the crowd was estimated at 1,5)0 or
2,.:c0. The next meeting will be at
\\'atts \lill the first Sunday and Sat
urday hefore, in Septembter.
.Ir. limey Simplson of Greenville.:
anid Rtev, I.. K. Sinip~son and his wife
of Tlige'rville, have looen visilingc theirII
father, .\lr. and Mrs. .tas. W. ; ;tli son.
I;& v. \. O. C'opi'landl wet up to .\n
detrsonl tht, latter apart of las't week en
a v i i to Lis tathr':-in-law and will
return honme todlay.
.\. :'arrite Siinutnons went down to
'T'roy last. \\'tdlne'sday onl a visit to her
M;,tther. .\les;srs .1. li.'and \\. A. .\oore
;un! returned imme y'sterday.
.\iessts. Il iny and .\hner IDodson of
i t)nalbis \isilted Mr. S. -. .lledge ihe
lai ter part of last week.
.\lesirs I'. 'S. .\ rais, .\. 0. Cope
land, F. .\. tuzhtardt and their fami
lies went fishing last \\ednesday. They
did not succeed in ('atching itany of
the finny trii:e, tit they had a regtiar
pitenit dinner and the day was en
.joyed by hoth old and young.
Probably )ue :o lil ies.
.\ :-yeart-old negro child, son of I~n
tcils l'lehelberger, died near oldd
l'Point last week, presulmably of hydro
tilholtia. The chil wts bitten several
weekls ag(o by a dog sutppostalt Ito htave
bon ito d*)ise'asedi and1 deathl is attriut -
ii t)o this (autse. in- tathlet of the~
l'hihll was also bi ttin a boit I ii thhand
by thle sameti tdtg, hst ltms niot shtitfwn
anyv oymtitomts of d iseasa. I f th ch' 'Iildi
tIled of IYC hyrophiai~i, it is the secondit
deaith dute to thle samite caluse wit hitn
tone week. As a resitli of iithea-etog
scaire. a large tnumbehr ot straty dogs
havi luan hut to dheath biy I le plice~
athotliriie. Others will liktely fol low.
low-suifterer, tie eitotr of the' Spat tani
burtg .Iourntal to till hitm just why we
lotr ta-elect ion, in whichl In vi tat ion ls
the statemenctt that whetn (lilt refuses to
sitIiport a (a ni datec fotr this office for
a secondt term "lie usually has some
gootd reasont terefor'."
We have no object in to telling the
good brothatr 01ur reasons, or somie of
t hem, which we deemi sutlicient for
the liresentt, for not suppllorting the
Gbover'nor in Is race for' re-electIon.
First. We have becen adivisted b~y the
daily tlress or the stat~e that one should
always suppor~t~tt thle best man running
for an ofie. We believe thtat TR. A.
C'ootper, of laureuns, S. C., is the biest
mtan offer~ing for the otflce of gover'nor
in this r'ace, and so believing, we
should not allow the second term atr
gument)t to supllant. suchl merit orIous
and sounld advice.
Second. Wte learned th rough the
daily press as far back as 1912, that
thetre was ntothinug In thle second term
argumnet, and that if as man in oflice
had ntothintg to 'fall back on hut that,
Ite shiold lie defeatead, attd a bletter
man put In thle office. And when vye
hear a mian talking abouit the second
termn we always feel lIke he Is want
Ing In real argumnent in favor of the
electIon of his candIdate.
Andl havIng fully answered, we
would( like to ask the goodh brother
whether he is supporting the gover
nor for 're-Aleetion, and if so, "Why
your stanil?'-Abbeville Press and
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'Madden, May 16.-So far as can be
discerned there is no rain yet in
sight. This is a fact. Crops can't be
raised without water and farmer folks
are getting greatly worried over the
continued dry spell.
Mr. J. 1t. Finley had all arrange
ments made to represent his camp at
the old soldiers' reunion at ilirming
ham, but was taken sick the night be
fore time to start. lie as well as
many friends regret that he was not
able to make the trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff 'Cunningham and
Mrs. Fhvie Bailey were up to see their
sister, Mrs. Thurman Finley Sunday.
Friends of Mrs. Finley will be glad to
know that she and Thurman L., Jr.,
are getting on nicely.
Mrs. J. A. Wofford spent a vleasant
day Monday, with her aunt, Mrs. 10vie
Power, of Laurens.
The Misses Corinne and Genic Alken
who have been teaching in Eden vicin
ity, are spending awhile with the fan
ily of Mr. J. I. Power. Miss Genie was
at Sunday school where she was pleas
antly greeted by all her former pu
pils.. From here they will go to their
home in Fairfield county.
Among friends of former (lays we
have greeted recently were Mrs. Lou
ise Peden of Gray Court, Mrs. Olin
llallew of Lisbon and Mrs. Mary Gar
rett Gage of Greenville. All were
looking as if life had "fallen to these
in pleasant. places."
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. 'Power and chil
dren were callers at the home of \ir.
.1. It. Finley Siunday afternoon.
"Mother's Dlay" was generally ob
served at our Sunday school, very few
not having a ilower on and all gave a
thought in their heart "to the best
Oltr since'est sympathy goes out to
I)r. and .\lrs. 1I. I'. Posey in the sud
deit death of their only daughter, Mary.
IHriglit of mtind, sweet aid unaffected
in tiann'er. she had maay friends
whose !arlt. grieve at htr early death.
.\lr. \\'n. 1,y rd, .1 r.. spent part of
list w ek oin a \ilit to honie popole
1I're. 'c" were glad to sec Elbe10l look
ing so well.
MISS Uhl.1Y litl:'ltm.
hits Hee'cn lifiire'tnt llural Schoocl n
per1 isoi' for Seieral Years.
.\iss W\il L.oa Gray, County Rlural
e~inn~l Supile:'isor, has announcedu her
decision to witlhdraw from her work at
the close of the present season. She
eNl'eels to take a course at Columbia
I'ttiversity to li t her perfecet Iiersol'
in her chosen field of endeavor. Tite
decision of Miss Gray has been known
to a few of her friends for some time,
but public announcement of it was
only made recently. As expressive of
the highi regard felt for her by the
t:tliers of the county, the following
re(h11!)io ts wk (rel adopted at Iheilr
1 :e'ting Saturdahy:
"TIhe ten'her's of! l.autrent County'
dur inig thle 14as1tofw yearits. TIhis work
'The. eter of' 1 the 04dut'en tinalI fortces
of1 Laut ns ('ounity has bieent at the of
cc at L~autrens . 'lThis 0o11e' h1as been
i'isor', Mliss W'oil 14)ou Gray.
"'Flvery' m)ovemenltt needs'(1 somie 14ro'
gressivie le4ader t aroun td wh'lh thle lore
4. may(3 gather. This leader' alwayvs
meets withI sonic resistance. Butt soon
the tr'ail opened by3 stidh a leade r, prto
idedl thle Ideals are trule. Sutch a
leadior was Miss Wil Lou1 Gray. The
teac' hers of Lauirens (citunty, t he'efot'e,
recognizing her' abIlity-the inspira
tion she gave-atid her charactei'
couplled with heri ideal for the county,
passed the following resolutions at
theli' last teacher's mieeting:
"Be it r'esolved, That this body most
sincerely applreciates the professional
leadership or Miss Gray during the
past few years. As'a leader, she has
ledl us safely through many' dlilculties.
She has added dignity and loyalty to
lHe it furthet' resolved, that we ap
preciate hetr work because of the zeal
shte had for' her work; because of her
pecutliar way of bringing harmony in
to our' community; becauise of her
idleal of an edlucation for all the peo
le of the county.
"lHe it fu'thermnore resolved, That
we appr~ieclate her most because of
her bi'oad hutman sympathy-which
reached to each of uts in our dliflicutl
ties. Tils symnpathiyggave hot' a spir'it
of optimtism, Which permeated every
school that she entered.
"Tihet'efot'e, we as teachet's of Lait
r'cns counuty hesitate to give her up.
May the call rhnk clear for her to
come back and work with us again.
"Be it resolved lastly that our best
wishes go with her in hei' chosen work.
"RI. T. Wilson,
"A. 0. Daniel,
"J, M. Fewell,
"Corns All Gone !
Lets ALL Kick !"
derful, Simple "pets-It." Never
Falls. Applied In 2 Seconds.
Isn't it wonderful what a difference
just a little "Gets-It" makes.--on
corns and calluses? It's always night
somewhere in the world, with many
j'1Vhcel I Don't Cnre! I (lot Rid of M)
C'orns With '(licts-Iil'
folks humped up, with cork-screwed
faces, gouging, picking, drilling out
their corns, making packages of their
toes with pl sters, bandages, tape and
contraption -and the "holler" in
their corns Qs on forever! Don't you
do it. Use 'Gets-lIt", it's marvelous.
ilmple, never fails. Apply It in 2
seconds. Nothing to stick to the
stocking, hurt or irritate the toe.
Pain stops. Corn comes "clean off,"
quick. It's one of the gems of .the
world. Try it-you'll bick-from joy.
For corns, calluses, warts, bunions.
"Gets-It" is sold everywhere 26c a
bottle, or sent direct by I. Lawrence
& Co., Chicago, Ill. Sold in Laurens
and recommended as the world's best
corn remedy by Eureka Drug Co.
$ * $ * $ * $ *$ + $ * $ * $
$ SPECIAL NOTICES. $
$ * $ *
Plants For Sale-Strong, healthy
Toma to lInis a .1l Pimento (sweet)
I'pper I'lats, I) cents dozen; Searlet
Fage or Salvia I'lanIs, 15 cents dozen.
Your last chance. .lrs. .1. (. Sullivan,
l-aatrens. S. ('. .1:3-1t
For Nale--Good .1e'sey cow witlh
lid fer call one week old. ('ow gives
3 gallons luilk and pound of butter
p~er da.v. )'rice $?15:. 13. 1:. Todd. (au
For Sale -Well bred I3,",a;e I louned
pups at seven dIollars a imir. .1. It.
Snoddy, I-inoree, lloute 2. .13-2t
Wan 1e- To .:4Il a good gentle 'horse,
tine sadller. Ilu..'gy and harness, sad
r~e ;sad bridle. .\pply to .\trs. W. S.
Bagwell, 220 Gordon St., Laurens, S.
Nollee -:A thorough-bred .lei' bill
fo r service. Pee $2.04l or $1 .) cash.
.1. C. I:;urdecG, l,auren.c, S.C., lt. 5.
.Peas -: e bush cIs good sound speck
led Yeas for sale, $1.50 per bushel.
Write or see .lohn ('. Sm it I, Waterloo,
S. C. -1i-St-pd
Fo' Ilet-One 10-room brick house,
all modern conveniences, :300 yards
from public s0Inare. Nearly one acre
splendid garden. Large shady front
yard. I}ate reasonable. W. G. Lan
For' Sale--Everytling in machinery
from a ginning outillt to a 'onidenisor
belt. C. W. .lecravy, With Gi(ibbes .\lai
chiinery Co. 319-tf
Pilgs---Pur loun )1rock pIgs for sale. 8
weeks to IG month1 s old. Satisfaction
guiarantetcrd. PIgs from prize winnIng
stock. K inarnd's D)ur ock S tock 1Varim.
H cedy r'iverd andi .lounZtv' Ile, one set
oft aut o tools, one set of 30x3 1 -2 au to
('hins41 and( one iiix3 1-2 .\i 1hel1 in inner
vile and~ get rewad. 12-21
This Isa prescuipiion prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or six doscs will break any case, and
If taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acts on the liver better than
Calomel and does not gripe or elekea. 25c
-r TH EOLD istIABmLK'"
AT YOUR DRUGGIST.
P'lle in oter.~~'~ ol snet.
OLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
LAURENS DRIUO STORE,
Citation For Letters of Adiministratoun
State of South Caroina,'
County or iLaurensfl.
Bly 0. (1. Thompson, Prdhate Judge:
Whereas Sallo A. Srndllgrove made
suIt to me, to grant lie Letters of Ad
ministr'ation of the E ate and effects
of C. C. Sneligrove.
Trhese are therefo u, to eite and ad
mnilshi all and ar~ular the kIndr'ed
and creditors of I c said 'C. C. Sneoll
grove dleceased. 11 it they 1)0 and aip
pear' before me, In the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Laurens Cour't
House, Laurens, S. C,, on the 31st day
of May, 1916 next, after p~ublicaition~
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
to show cause, if any they have why
the said AdminIstratIon should not be
(liven under my hand this 16th day
of May, Anno Domini 1916..
0. 0. THOMPSON,
43..2 J. P. .~ 0.
Palm Beach Suits
aWe are prepared with the best
and latest Machinery to clean your
Palm Beach Suits properly.
CLEANED AND PRESSED 40c
Laurens Stea aundry
GivaeYour Livera Chance
Take a time tried and proven remedy for Liver Complaints, Cost
iveness, Biliousness Jaundice, Kidney Troubles, Impure or Bad
Blood, Pimples, Indiiestion. If sderind from these take
Dr. Thacher's Live and Blood Syrup
Your Liver and Kidneys a e your best friends if you keep them In good condition, but
when neglected they become your most dangerous enemies. 'n- you aro bilious or con
atipated you should immediately take this great preparation-BOO and $1-all dealers.
B. R. TODD ( For Sheri
EngineeringSubject to the rules of the mo
Eniern n ~tatn8 eralc I tintaiy election I hereby an
Land Surveys a 8perialty none myself a candidate for Sheriff
amorete Work 8killfull- done or I of Laurens County.
r~awings and estimates of all Kind I hereby annunce myself a candi
Telephone No. 346 (late for the oice of Sheriff of I~au
yenis county Siubjct to thei rules of tho
C. t. Featherstone W. H. kinight t .
Fit;.T'i'il l-i!$N:'ON I' 481611T I hereby offer myself as a canidi ate
A ttorneys nf La for the office of Sheriff of Laurens
Laurens. S. U. comity nd pledge myself to abide by
.111 i usin ss litro,tii i to Our Can Itlie iuili of tle Ieiit to ii primary.
IWill 1in1e P-rompt ui l ( f 1 L. A. WI,-Ault'ION.
tfti. I lhereby annilounlce miyself a catndi
Ofi(" 01 ecr l'alm'lt ilank (ate for the ofle of Sheriff of lau
Mir. i.ea i-r: ol(, Wi " , , W I reis Count' subject to tle rules of
'hi ll ,,f 'u ' eel: in I.aurx .)l:- the Democrati, iriiiy.
A.A. It. S: LIIVAN.
I herebly 111 anonce mnyself a candi
A. G. hA I' I dalet for' thle offile of Eh.ii'lf of 14111
- LAWYESR reels County and IlolisO to alle by
Rooms 1205207 Masonicl.Temple the results of the I)emocratio primary.
Postotle'u Box 6S5 D. W. M. MASON.
Greenville. S C. .1 hereby annnce myself a cadi
Prompt attention given all business. date for Sheriff of I aurens County,
Practice in all COURTS. subject to tie 1u11s or the Democratie
pr1 ima ry. S. C. RItIlD.
d""""""~i"I"I-:"I:":"I"I Id"I~ ;"I"II.1 .... . I hereby announice miysel f ai candi
THE MORE YOU ADVERTISE fo the oe of Seiff of the
THE EBUSIER YOU GET County of Laurens and promise to
'ril LUSER YU GE .jabide b~y the resuilts of the Demnocratic '
*.ANiNy J. W. K CE NiT.T.
S" * I hereby announce myself a candi
a (late for the office of SnIgrim of Lau
* ri res county aof Southoairsl to andpdr by
St a by the results of the m)e-oratic primary.
rI hereby announce myself aa cand
te Congress. (late for ie ofoice of heiff of Laurens
I herey anounce myself a candi- County subject to the uls of the
date for the oliee of Congressman to Demoratic prPmaary..
represent. the PouitIi CA ngressonal 1.0. C. I 01 NS.
istict. ot Soili (aFo olia and pro
ise to abidle by thle resulIts of thle Dent- , For ('droner'
A. I1. lll'llui. I hereby announce myself a candl
dat. 1 ate for the oSice of ooronfr of La
I heleby announce mysl ias i ca1- rers County and promise to ababide by
oia the foD e-elecIon to Congress from t lesults of tlie Iemm ic primary.
thle lFouit h Congressional I )isl rict of J. PORTER~l EAI111.1,D(fill.
Southl Car11lina. su1bject to thle r'ules
of the 1em1cr0ic PimayI hereby announce myself a candi
SAdt . tCIhIO eS date for Corono o of Laures county
Eagh tledge myself to abide by the e
For molicitor spits of the Dermocratc primary.
I hereby announce myself a candi- t J. F'RAT'KS.
(late for Solicitor of the Eighth Ci'- hereby announce myself a cundi
cuit and prroose to abide by the rules (late for the office of Coroner of Lau
of the Democratic primary. -end county subjectto the rules of the
T. S. MLA'CKCORD. i)cmoeratic primary.
W.. HAMPTON WIIITI OCK.
I hereby announce myself a candi- 1 hereby announce nyself a candi
date for the ofilce of Solicitor of the date for Coroner and promise to abide
bEigt Judicial Circuit, subject to the by the results of the Democratic pi
rules of tie Democratic primary. mary. ZR. TRAYNIIAM.
GBO. T. MAGILN.
Fore Stat Senate.rrl
I hereby announce myself a candi- Fr''esr
daefor the office of Solicitor of the I hereby announce myself a candi
Kl'ghth District and promnise to abide date for the office of Treasurer' of Lau
by the results of the jcemocratic ri- ens county and promise to abide by
T. F lcCORD the results of the emocratic primary.
. HJWD. .ANGSTON.
I hereby announce myself as a can- I respectfully announce myself a
(lidate for the ofice of Solicitor of the candidate for the office of Treasurer of
aighth Judicial Circuit of South Care- Laurens County and ledge myself to
lina, composed of the counties of Ab- abide by te result of the Democratic
beville, Greenwood, .aurens and New- primary. LN. .. McSWAIN.
berry, subject to the rules of the Dem- I hereby announce myself a candi
oa primAPAN date for re-election to the office of
B, V CHAMAN. Treasurer of Laurens County and
For State Senate. promise to abide by the results of the
Sub)ject to the rules of the Demo- ROSS Dl. YOUNG.
cratie' p~arty and the result of the
primary election, I respectfully an- For Auditor
noune myself a -candidate for State I hereby announce myself a cadi
S. H. WHAo tON date for re-election to the office of
fr./ Hnr of Laurens county subject to
I herrsy announce 'myself a candi- . ules of the Deoeratic primary.
(111te for re-election to the State Son- . WADDY THOMPSON.
ate subject to the rules and rogula- o er of t
0.p~GODIN IhOi~anounce myself a canldt frSeif
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~~~~~~~~~I hereby announce myself a candi-suectoierlsofheDm rao
date forere-electionltoethe Sosrifofofparty
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dat fo th HosefRpreenttivsfothe ComisiofnSerif of Laurens
frok Laron Conty sujec tothecounty, andplecgt yl to e idue o byh
rules bf theDehocretictrimarythe -I Dmmcratic primary.
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