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"I should prefer to be defeated by Blease votes than to
be elected by them."
Thatt is th: statement imade fron the very beginnlag of the campaign by
A (IEN the AntI-Blease canddate for Lieutenant-Governor.
Mr. ('ovn is Atttorney-it-Law, with ofices at Charleston and .lonck's
CANDIDATE FOR COMMISSIONER
H. T. MORRISON
McClellanville, S. C.
A Farmer and Business Man Who Has Alway- Worked
for the Upbuilding of His Community and the State.
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HARRISON RANDOLPH, President
Charleston, S. C.
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DIAL AND COOPE
Says Odds Favor t Defeat
Cooper Elected on First
The election of Nat. It. lial to the
long term In the t.nitedl States Sen
ate over both hIs opponents, Cole 1,.
Blease and James F. 1Rice on the firs(
ballot Is predicted by 1,. Roy Stone
of Greenville, who has traveled over
the State and who while doing so has
gathered the "dope" on the political
situation. Mir. Stone, who is known as
ihe "political prognostigator for
Sonth Carolina only", says his pre
diction Is based on over 23,000 in
(iniries made in the State by him and
iis friends. lie says Blease will re
eeive 60,887 votes, Dial 66,012 anl he
".gucess '" itice will get 1,620.
H prediets also that. Robert A.
Cooper will win the governorship on
the first ballot over both his opponents
l1ethea and Itichards his major'ity,
however, being small.
Mr. Stone says his inqiuiries from
different sections of the Fourth Con
gressional District lead him to tile be
Ile" that Congressman Sam .1. Nicholls
of Spartanburg will be defeated for
re-election by either I)avid It. Traxleir
Abbeville 2,000 1,026
Alken :,G:t) 1,810 i
Anderson 8,10) .1,320
Damberg 1,1110 521
Barnwell 2,010 886 1
Heauifort 2!1: 23I
Merkeley 1,08) 178
Calhoun 811) 3-11
Chalieston 7,5111) 3,19 11;
Cherokee 3,0)5 1,117 I
('heater 2,1)32 8:10 1
('hektriIel( 2,78:3 I ,36, I
( !arenidon 1,75:' 9:31
('Colleton 2,160 1,021) I
I)arlington :,tl I 1,391 1
Dillon 2,08:1 1,002 1
Dorchester l,--) 655
i-.,t:elleld 1,310 :s I
P ifitld 1.,20 6602
Flore nce :,I1 ) 1,81)10 1
(;eorgetown 1.1112 511
GrIeenille I( 8.,1111 :1.417 .1
(: 1-een w ood 2,6610 1. 1:1) 1
it lon 1,1 I () tW I
lIIory 2,711 1,470 1
..,-.,!) 41 2 I:
1o:-shaw 2,1211 1,1:*7
1,ov 2.4111 1.06 !
i .e-in:'oil !,?'! 2.2 8 .
l: 1 i 111 ,7 7If
.\arboo . ' 1. 1
O( :11., '. 12 5 1.620 1
Omn..ig buig 3,1;15 1,1!8 2
l'ickenS 3. 06i 1,t;6;5
Illebland -,,121) 2,1; 16 2
Saluda 2,120 1,101 1
Spr tntiat ig 8,795 1,392
Silimier. 2,! 5 17 1
'nion 2,610 1,301 1
Wvilllamsbuig 2,170 969 1
York 3.590 1,896 I
Tetal 128,000 60,887 66
'. S. RIice I ,620; IDes( 'hamptlls 3:1l
In the caimpaigni of I1916 there Avere
.\T L.ANGSTION M.\Ti'itlD.\V
(Only Tw'~o of 'a'viors I'resent bt
te ('ompany3 of Seve~ral V'sitinug
Veterns was Enjloyed.
Th'le annual meetinug of ('onmpany F,
14t h Ieg., S. C. V., was held at 14ang
ston church, August 17, 1918. The reg
u lar business meeting was held in the
moirning, ('apt. G. .\. lI anna In thle
chalir. Of thle twenty-one suriviving
members of the company, only twvo
were present. These were 0. .. lianna
andh J. Wilson Islakly. The following
visiting veter'ans wvere preosent: ('ol. .1.
I;. .. 11il1, WA. J. Dlonnan and W.
Str'ibling. The crowd was pleasantly
en tertained by the music of the violin
1st, .\ir. W. St rIb11Ing, accom paniled by
.\1 rs. Wofford (Aunt Kate) on the or
gan. An interesting addr'ess was
was served on the grounds. The after'
nioon was spent In a social way, sing
lng, talking and havinug a good time
During thle business meetIng of the
iiorning, Ithe following resolult Ions
werie passed on the dealth of two memi
hitrs, who have died since the last
Whereas, God in Ills all-w&.e l'rov
idlence has seen fit to remove trum 0our
of Nicholls by Traxler.
Ballot. Wolfe for Attor
gf Greenville or hlorace .. ltomar' of
ipartanhurg. He adds that the Odd,;
Ire on Traxler.
Mr. Stone in his travels over I'
itate estimated the vote each candi
late for the long term in the Senate
ind for governor would get in each
:ounty and as a result has prepared a
table which will prove interesting to
those who have followed State poli
tics this year. The table, together with
Iis other predictions, were kindly
furnished to The Advertiser and is re
To I he.. voters of Sol I h Carolina :
Accorditig to my et(lstolin I present
below nmy forecast of political eveits
in South Carolina for I1N8. The fore
cast is Imale as the result 01 diligent
111(iuries made ill every Couity inl the
State and inclides the Senatorial aid
GlUberiator-ial races. I estimate that
abottt 128,000 votes will be cast.
'ie Ii ii-res are based on 23,16i in
4lutr lies made by tile and Imy friends, to
whom I am indebted for the service.
'i'he following figures will tell the
slory ol Augu-st 27th.
Dial 13ethea Cooper Richards
.7!0 131 1,703 1, 52i
180 761 1,210 3,129
9119 111 8;3 1 .13
,1-!1 321 1,0611; ( 2:
602 181 517 352
5t 9 117 449 29.1
)S 1 1,03s :,11;1 :",:1)1
A588 2 1 1,391 1,29:1
202 "IN 1,111 70:1
117 0 1,188 !N7
822 ;21; 717 711
A 10 3! 2 1,170 778
I-I 1 1,2.5! 1,4103
10%,7 S119 711 5:19
N(,iq 7' 70") -,723
,662 -,5 1;s- 7-9 .1;;;i
719 1-110 1;NO 1) 100
,0 1, " 1, ' t 1,I1
IS : " . 2 , 7
,531) :.2 1 1, 01m1
,211' 73 ,
..!,, III0 Xi
307~~ 11,0l 29
M 1 :11
194 5:3 1,1it.l 1,1333;
105 122 1,513 1,1ui
,117 i: 2,122 l,0m;
,eo 01s 1,3 I 19
,501 S119 2,:- 10 2,11111
,011 191; 1.1121 1%
103 1.1fIN -1,911 2,717
3-:1 311; 1,101 l- 41
306 :11:11 1.190 907
,201 455 1,002 71:1
,1 114 1,5t66 1,110
,012 19.820 64,321 13,110
'ver 1I0.;u enriolied (n the (ub113 11-0k
ilid abotm3I 153,3100 of thle~.o voted. Thlais
a n d i i 3''t i ' a a e t h a 01t Ib u 53 , 1 2 0' w ill03'
('ome. out3 to ('ast their' balloi.
C. .deson he~ :13 it rlvP(1~ ed.
1. Thlat3 we subm111issively how0~ to Ilhe
will of llim who dloethI all things well,
2. ThiatI in thle deathl of those two
(31 omrades, Co. l', 1~ ih lieg ImIenl, ha~s
lost two fi Ithfuil memb eis. Wh'lile we
depliiore thlir dleath, we cherish t heir
3. That we extenld 031 r heartfell
symthy~113 to the families of our i de
1. That aI copy) of these resnlhiltis
he sl9tend in t he inutes, a copy sellt
to I le ('0unty3 lpaplers and a copy33 sent
to the hiereavedl familIes.
George .\. Ilannia,
,J. Wilson iilakely,
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