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JOWN (1. ICVHARDS
. N) H E TI HE.A ('LAS.i
lCaudilates for Governor EgaIge In
FistlvimY I.llowing litter Verbal
Attack of 1,ieu.-4ov. Hethenl. Itich
ards Swings ('hAr.
Glarleston, Aug. 1S.-The attacks
Liteu. Gov. Andrew J. llethea, can
didate for governor has been nmaking
fromi practical1y every "stumtip" in the
State since the Walhalla and Green
ile 11Oelings oil the (*inliection of
JOR G. Richards, his "Reforimt" op
ponent with Cole L. lHlease, eilminat
ed -here Sattirda .iin a listieuf be
tweeni the two candidates. Sevoral
blows werec passed by each of tilt
Tho audience. which had dwindled
from about 150 to apl)roxiiately 75.,
was not very excited over the inct
dent. Several of th" crowd. including
A polive oflicerp and Sheriff \artin,
11,a11 where the meeting was held and
r!'hiEd on the stage of the Iibeorniii
assisted acting Chairman T. P. Stoney.
in soparat ing the two flighters.
AIhliouiigh t11 aud141ikncql Was tXecep
tionlir smlall. dueto ! the day meet
ing, it \wa.s very 14m triti at ive, partie
(Ilarl ,v when'l anly of' the candftidate vs
ipoke disparlagin 4ly op4 it candids-y
of CoN, 1,. 1lease. Robert A. Cooper.
uatldidv'e for Covern->r. was givei a
ovation when he hegan Iis address
and the other candid!tos also were
Wheni .\r. Richard.;. who precede'l
the 'liutnant governor, the last
Slp(eaker. had tin ishcd i is presentation,
he 1' nut into the audience and ..\r.
1heth-a cautioned hiiii that lie had
better renain as lie took a seat
frotnt of Ile stage aeomilanied by a
friend who req usted him1 to leave the
hall. which he refutsed to do.
Ir. Dethea then referred to Mir.
Rlichard's reiterated assertion that the
wait' was not an issuie and stated that
he would accept the challenge and
Show that it was the greatest issue
hefore the peo)le of the State and of
the nation: that it was ilade an issue
in South Carolina by the Poiaria
and Filbert speeches of Cole L. Blease.
and was brought into tile guberna
to"ial capaiign w'hen fllease and
Ilihadsinorseod each other's canidi
dicies a! Vajgoner a few%' weeks ago.
I the'n (autioned his hearr1t's 1) O
1 1 a ' -uminst whln tthor' is 1oit
CL. the 1oranvoes of 'ole I.nes
at Po!a.ria anl F I oib rt disolyat
' 1 1,1 h n t 1-od !
and nrmho lf ;1:" .r lit d(.
:ar 0' .v ar C-1nd ( emany!hv
In use for over 40 yearst
Th~ousanids of voluntary
letters from womien, telI
ing of the good Cardui
has done them. This Is
the best proof of the value
of Cardul. It proves that
Cardui is a good medicine
There are no harmiful or
habit-forming drugs In
-Cardui. It is composed
only of' mild, medicinal
. lngredients, with no bad
The Woman's Tonic
.You can rely on Cardul.
Surely It will' do for you
what it hias done for so
many *.asands of other
womeni It should help.
"I was taken sick,
seemed to be . . "
writes Mrs. Mary E.Veste,
of Mad ison, i leir.h t, Va.
"I got diowni so weak,
coulid hardly walk...
just staggered around,
.. . I read of Cardul,
and after taking one bat
-tIe, or before taking quite
all, I felt muach better. I/
took 3 or 4 bottles at
that tIme, and was able to
do my work. I takeitlin
the sprIng when run
-down. I had no appetite,
and I commenced eating.
It is the best tonic I ever
saw." Try Cardul.
the United States. 16 read the Wil
son letter against TIlease and sai(l
that the president had no coiimunc
ion in telling what he thought of the
Bllease spweeches; that he had not side
st eped and e(iuivocated and hesitat
(d, a.s Richards had done when he re
ieatedly had asked him If ie either
indorsed1 or reU(Idiated the utterances
of ilease in the two notorious speech
es. Mr. Dethea gave the highest
praise to the son of Major Richards,
who had volunteered in the service
and is now wearing the khaki. Mr.
liethea was saying: "I think Major
diehards for the sace of his son--"
lie got no further, being interrupted
by the "Refoyn" candidate, who arose
to his feet and warned him to keep
(he name of his son out of the con
troversy, stating that there is such a
thing as Mr. Bethea going too far.
lichards took his seat and Ilethen
went on with his reforenco to the
l'omaria and Pilbert speeches, stat
ing that Melhards was a-t Pomaria
and lie presumed that he indorsed
hem by lis applause. Richards again
* rose to his feet and shaking his
finger' at the lieutenant governor is
It ed a nother warning to wlhich 111r.
lethba took exception, saying that he
-:ts "not leather-legged and will not
Stating that he would compel him
lo m1a ke his (ha rges ilore specific,
'Ir. Iic hards came upon the slage
and, iavinit himself on the left of
.\tr. liea said, "Now, make your
charges." After a short verll ox
change, Richards said, "You are a
Withi the passage of the word, Be
tea, quick as a flash, struck H ich
ards, hitting him apparently on the
temple. Mr. Stoney got between tle
two ienl, as they were hittbig at
each other, grabbed .\lr. Ilichards,
forcing him back, and then turned
and stoved .Mr. iethea aside. Several
blows were passed between the twc
candidates in the meantime over Ni'.
Stoney's head. The three men strug
gled over to tihe right hand side of tlie
stage. When members of tle audi
enee ittmpod on tihie stage and assist
edl in separating the two belligerents.
who striggled to get at each other
lollowing their separationl Richards
rabbmli p a chair, Swung it ovot
.4i he:4l an trted toward 4 th1e grotu
hohling Air. llber, wheni the h i
wasgrbb'l:1,14 liechards wa..s per
Ifold y hdis friendsl' to leaive the4 hal11.
PI)Josing" 1hv inei+1lnt \Mr. Ite:hlen
;In v;m i 'anid calenlatoII -0 en u 1 41 co : . M
5i'rli( 1 I'v I , i ni l I4 in , it , xo r-I
4 (44'-'v le (I I :f l i'. 11n: (' 4)4.1
':I t 4id ''t ' i :!'i n Ii r-1 4 -' .
"IluHm" I I c~I ep:iIn by an
I.14 1:t : 1 i ol 41 ' (2 ! I It'
i l:. it tI ' I I I:o-( on I 'o I.
tll'ase. lie annoutnce'd that heoi.
- want th VolI. of an1 y ta It w hI
11 loli d d t) vot e for' il ea se.
T'et' (':Indidiates did4 not de4
vla t t I'4):I I 't e .1 ird inary rm I Iine' t in 1
ni towe' on .u :usi~ : and roll uno
"1 r la mU i wA v t4 1h p ra id I onIt ) I'
I'4 I 'th (: r l1 I w tIh- hea? 1'dI v i.
aior' 4:' 4h wa~:r and14 its successful!'
The e-('4'4mi '"iii end 'uext wee&'o
lt'r ('om4ty. Tiutesd:ty:' Orani(4'burg
DON'T SCOLD M1OTGER!
TH E CROiSS CHILD IS
1,444k itt tonenet('! I I(4f 4 (oa te , c'4lea lit,
II'i41tomachl, liier aitI4 bo~ls.~
chtihi. Se' if to.ngue~ Is t'oated; this
I. 4 .S(1' sign its littlhe stomtachi, lis
cold, tbira th b:td, the'na s're, doeo'Y'
4'a , sliep 0or act na4 14lill. has sltom
neh'i-anehe, ittnligest ioni, diiarrholaea, giveC
a t 'aspoonul of42 '' "'aifonrtin'iia 8yrup I
oif IFigs', and4 ini a f'ew htours altl Ih
'0oul wa:1.te, 4 tte s0o4r bile4 and4 f'rmntiI
ing food passes4 (ou1t of to ho0wes a:41
''asy after' ".ivintg it. b'cause54 it ne4v4'r
I'ails to m1ake theirit little "ihsides"
('l4:an and1( sweet.
en todlay saves a sick elhild tlomorr'ow4~
bitt get the gein lte. Ask your druI 'tg
gist for a bo)1tte of "'Cal&ifia(1: Syrupt 1
of Figs"', whichh has diiret'(tiotis for b'a
bies, ('hildrenC~ of all a ges and1( for
grown -lips plainily on th ho bttle. He
member It thlerto arec coutterfiis sold(
lierte, so sitrtely look atid( see that11 youn t
Is made by the "California Fig Syrutp
Company." Iaand back wvithi contet(ti
For bIdigestion, *Constipationt or
Just try one 50-cent bottle of LAX-FOS
WITH PEZPSIN. A Liquid Digestive
Laxative pleasant to take. Made and
recommended to theo public by Paris Medi
cine Co., nianufacturers of Laxative Bromo
Ouinino and Grove's Tnateless chltl Tonic.
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* NAI.NIE NEWS.
Narnile, Aug. 19.-Rev. Charlie Bobo,
of Laurens, delivered an impressive
serlon at Narnie Baptist church Sun
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Burns and Mr
and Mrs. Fowler Burns, of Harksdale,
attended preaching at Narnie, Sunday
Alis Phoebe aatliner, of Fakom,
speit the week-end with her aunt,
Mrs. Z. R. Traynhai.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Clifton Birownlee, of
larksdale, were the guests of Mr. nad
Mrs. Till Owens Sunday.
Missos Bettle and Leo Brailett, of
Laurens were the spend-the-day guests
of Mr. and Mras. Arthur Bramlett, last
On last Wednesday a jolly crowd. of
young folks spent the (lly at Long
Shoals, on Reedy River. Those pres
ent were Messrs. At mar Burton, Eu
gene Caldwell, Sam Knight, J.-D. Terry
and Leslie Sanders and Misses Blanche
and Dena Nelson, Blanche Sanders,
Clara Bell and .lanie Caldwell. They
but our tin
we must ha'
Nothi , r
have cut-the pr
It's a money sa
that slippers at
Aire on slippeps
$10.00 Slippers at
$8.50 Slippers at
* $7.50 Slippers at
$6.50 Slippers at
$6.00 Slippers at
$5.00 Slippers at
One Lot Ladies' Si
all report a nice time.
I r. lddi 11ramlOtt motored to Spar
tanburg to see his brother, Luther,
who I; stationed at Camp Wadsworth.
Mr. Luther Burns spent the week
end with Mr. Lee Foy Burns.
Miss Dolly Culbertson, of Ekom, Is
spendlintlg a while with Miss Nellie
Mlr. and Mrs. W. N. Caldwell were
recent visitors in Mountville.
Mr. 10imore Bramlett was in our
The Narile Red Cross sewing circle
met at Mrs. W. L. Reid last Tuesday.
,They all seem enger to do their bit,
and (he young girls are learning to
A Bilious Attack.
When you have a bilIous attack your
liver falls to perform its functions.
You become constipated. The food you
eat ferments in your stomach Instead
or digesting. This inflames the stoim
ach and causes iiausoa, vomiting and a
terrible headache. Take three of Chan
berlain's Tablets. They will tone up
your liver, clean out your stomach
and you will soon be as well as ever.
'h'liey only cost a (lIiarter.
commence a G:
You can weai
to close out ou
ve the room for
~served:.-not a slipp,
We are going to
ices deep. Buy twc
that all shoes are
cut prices means son
only; no shoes in this
charged or sent on
at these prices -and1
. . . $8.49
. . . 6.25
. . . 5.75
. . . 4.99
. .a 4.89
. . . 3.99
ppers worth $4.00 and $i
">The House of
Notable Cast In "Magda".
Clara Kimball Young's new screen
play, "Magda," taken from the famous
stage classic of the same name, i a
triumph In motion picture production.
No expense has been spared in its pre
parat ion, and aside from Mims Young's
own splendid interpretation of the
title role, she is supported by a coin
pany of high ability.
.11er leading man Is Thomas Hold
ing, who first came to this country
with 1lugh Ford and later appeared in
a *mber of successful film plays,
among them "The Eternal City." Iis
work with Pauline Frederick gained
him a strong following and ho later
played the lead with Jane Grey in
"The Fighting Chance" and "The
Great Whito Trail." As Magda's pas
tor, hopelessly in love with her, at
tempting always to interpose between
hr and her irascible parent, he gives
an artistic performance and is ably
supported by Edward Kimball in the
role of Nlagda's father. The latte',
sirangely enou1gh, is 41sO -Miss Young's
f lir in .rivate life and aside from
hlis own I)aternal knowledge, brings to
reat Closing Ou
, them for three
r slippers is rig]
ll Must G<:
er is too good to g<
make short work of
or three pairs of
costing more~ than<
riething these days.
Ipproval or exchang
be good to your feel
$4.50 Slippers at.
$4.00 Slippers at.
$3.50 Slippers at.
$3.00 Slippers at.
$2.50 Slippers at.
$2.00 Slippers at.
$1.50 Slippers at.
5.00, sale price . .
bear on his interpretation of the part,
long yoars of experience in the legith
GIRLS! ITS YOUR
STEP THAT A TTRACTS
Says 1$ome11'n1 pay too muc0 lced to
their' facs lustead1 of their corns.
Watch your step! A brisk ,lively
step I what ciarms more than a love
ly skin, but your high heels have caus
ed corns and y I u l1m) a little. That's
bad, girls, an you know It. Corns
destroy bea y and grace, besides
corns are ry casy to remove.
Rid y r feet of every corn by ask
ing at ny drug store for a quarter of
an oqi Cce of freezone. This will cost
little btt*1r Mi~frrelf~Itoeove every
hard or soft corn or callus from one's
A few drops applied directly upon
a tender, touchy corn relieves the sore
ness and soon the entire corn, root
and all, lifts right out without pain.
This freezone Is a gummy substance
which dies instantly and simply shrnu'iv
els ip the corn without Inflaining or
even irritating the surrounding skin.
Women must keep in mind that
corIless feet create a youlthiful step
which enhances her attractiveness.
t Sale of all
it now and
o into this great
this sale, so we
dlippers at least.
~ver before, and
These cut prices
ed at cut prices.
. . $3.79
.* 2.99 -
. . 2.69
. . 2.49
. . '1.99 -
- . 1.69 -
. . 1.29
mn't Miss This
le. It Means
aney t-o You.