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What Others Say
About George Warren.
THE HAMPTON GUARDIAN EDI
"George Warren is a man of abil
ity, courage, common sense and ster
ling worth. He is a deep student of
political economy, yet understands
its practical application. His knowl
edge of government affairs acquir
ed .by close study peculiarly fits him
for the office of United States Sena
tor. We fear to express in these col
umns the high regard we have for
George Warren as a man, as a law
yer and as a statesman. However, we
cari and do recommend him to the
people with the assurance that, in
the event of his election, South Car
olina will be proud of her young sen
We are not given the power of
prophecy, but knowing the man and
his ability, his ideas of government,
Jiis respect for the Constitution, his
beliefs in the doctrines of Calhoun,
we are convinced that George War
ren by the possession of thise qual
ifications and by the power of his
personality will be elected. Our
State can not afford to refuse the
services of such a man."
WARREN FOR SENATOR
George Warren of Hampton has
been growing in popular favor since
his entry into the race for the United
A few weeks ago the prediction
was freely indulged that Senator
Smith would defeat his three oppo
nents in the first race.
Now it is generally conceded that
there will be a second race and that
?George Warren will be in it.
In a second race with Senator
Smith, the advantages will be with
The boasted Smith strength is fast
dwindling away. It has largely been
Not all the farmers are Smith
This is the day of the young man.
Warren is young, but he has a
record of achievement behind him.
Smith is no longer young, but
there is little to which he can point,
despite his long years in the United
States Senate, as his accomplish
ment for the public good.-Aiken
There can be no doubt but that
even the casual student of political
.history can detect that the federal
government is steadily infringing
upon state's rights. Particular in
stances are pointed out by Mr. War
ren, candidate for the United States
Senate. We are among those who do
not like this idea. The states should
be free to regulate their own affairs.
The nineteenth amendment of the
constitution of the United States
stands a mighty good chance of be
coming operative. Only one more
state is required to ratify the wo
man's suffrage amendment, and the
Governor of Tennessee has called a
special session of the legislature in
his state which will consider this
amendment.' If Tennessee ratifies
the nineteenth amendment, then we
will have woman's suffrage and the
individual states cannot help them
selves. We believe each state should
be allowed to regulate this matter
independent of the federal govern
ment. If the people of this state want
woman suffrage they should be al
lowed to adopt it for themselves. If
they are opposed to it they should
not have it thrust upon them. In va
rious ways the federal government
is infringing upon state's rights and
the tendency in this direction should
ba checked.-The Wateree Messen
THE COLUMBIA RECORD SAID
"The manly conduct of George
Warren, of Hampton, must com
mend itself to the people of South
Carolina. The generous conduct
which he has displayed will merit for
him the respect and the approbation
of the people of his State."
Ask Any One V
U. S. SENATOR
A Few Quotations From
Speeches Made by Warren.
States Rights.-"Because I stand
for the Declaration of Independence,
because I advocate the Constitution
of Jefferson, because I repeat the
identical words of Calhoun, because
I dare raise my voice in behalf of
the identical principle for which my
father fought in the 60's, the doc
trine of States' Rights, I am unjust
ly charged with being opposed to
"I stand squarely for economy; I
believe in reorganization and coor
dination of governmental burdens
and departments; encouragement of
those things which tend to get Con
gress bael- to the pre-war basis of
expenditure of the people's money
should be given; our present tax
laws should be amended to remove
those features which ?re, oppv??pve
to the people and to ihdustry."^5-At
titude expressed in Columbia.
Labor.-"The voice, of Labor is
demanding fair consideration, fair
decisions fairly arrived at, of all
proposals wheh concern labor. The
insiduous impression that Labor in
politics will demand more than that
is very properly resented by both
Labor and those who seek its vote. It
does not ask discrimination in favor
of Labor, but rather than it be not
discriminated against. My attitude
may be, summarized by the words
'Fair and Friendly.' "-Yemasee La
Farming Interests-"I endorse the
organization, activities and accom
plishments of the American Cotton
Association and have pledged my
cooperation. It has accomplished
more for the farmer in six months
than the Congress has done for farm
ing interests in ten years."-S. C.
Cotton Association, Hampton Brauch
One of the South Carolina candi
dates for the United States senate
this year is calling the attention of
our people to one of the most vital is
sues that confronts the American
It is the issue of state's rights
against a centralized federal govern
State sovereignty is absolutely ne
cessary to protect the rights and lib
erties of the people under our form
of government. The founders of this
republic so recognized it and it is
No one will deny that our govern
ment is becoming more centralized
The sovereignty of the states is
gradually being undermined and tak
A continuance of this practice will
inevitably and absolutely lead to an
autocracy in this country.
Will you sit nassively by and sur
render what liberties you have left
of those your forefathers fought,
suffered and died to obtain for you
and turn your children over to an
If we surrender these liberties
now our children can only regain
them by revolution.
We say the centraliztaion of our
government has gone far enough.
Let us put a stoD to it by a peace
ful use of our ballots rather than to
have our children stop it by a revo
lution.-The Easley Progress.
George Warren is going to be
very much in the running for United
States senate. His doctrine of state's
rights is proving very popular. It is
argued against him that he is in fa
vor of whiskey, while as a matter of
fact he is the author of the present
prohibition laws on the statutes of
the State.-Anderson Daily Mail.
THE WALTERBORO PRESS AND
"Showing that he possesses a high
degree of honor, George Warren
will be called up higher, and that
Jho Knows Him
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