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WARREN FOR 1
W)II.AT O4,11EI8 SAY
AHOUT GE0.GE WARRiEN
'he lanipton Guardian EE4ito.$iallt
, "George 'Warren is a man of ability,
ourage, common sense and sterling
t, orth. lie is a deep student of politi
Oal economy, yet understands its
practical application. Ills knowledge
of -rovernment affutrs acquired by
klose study peculiarly fits him for the
bfilcc of United States Seantor. We
*fear to expregs in these colutmns the
high. regard we have for George War
ren as a man, as a lawyer, and as a
statesman. 'However, we can and do
cominienI him (o tlid ieopIe with the
asslrance that, in the event of his
election, South Carolina will be proud
of her young senator.
\W ;re not given the power of
phophecy, but kiowing the man and
his 4bility, his-ldeas'of government,
his respect for the C(onstitution, his
beliefs in the doctrines of Calhoun,
we aid convinced that George Warren
by tie possession of those qualifica
tions' and 4hy the power of his person
ality will be elected. Oui state can
not afford to refuse tile services of
such Ia man."
Warren for Senator.
George Warren of Ilampton has
been growing in popular favor since
his entry Into the race for the United
A few ,weeks ago the prediction was
freely indulged Ithat Senator Sm ith
wvould drfea t his three opponents in
the first race.
Now it Is generally c'onceded that
there will be a second race andi thai
George Warren will he ini it.
In a second race with Senatom
Smith,. the adlvant-age will .be wit i1
The boasted Smithi strength is fast
dwviidlinug a way. it has largely beer
Not all the farmers arie Smithi men
This is the day of thle young mani
Warrep is young, but he lias a re
card of achievement behind hini.
F'nith is no longer younjg, but ILi ter<
is lIttle to *whi~c hhe can point, (Ie
spite his long years in thet U'nite<
States Senate, as his accomplishmen
for the public good.--Aiken Standard
, There catn lie no dot:blt but tha t evem
the casugpl student of political histor;
enn detect that the federal govern
ment la steadily infringing upoi
state'~ v ighits. Part icular jinstance
are ' ihnted out 'hy .\r. Warren, candi
date 6i the United States Senate. W
are amonig those whlo do not like thi
idea. The states should be freet
regulate thel rown affairs. The nine
teenth ?mendment of the constitutto
of the United States standis a might
good chance of becoming operativi
Only one more state is requiredt
ratify the woman's suffrage amend
ment,'andi t-he Governor of Tennesser
has called a special session of the let
islature in his state which wvill cor
sider thmis amendment. if Tlennesa
ratifies the 'nineteenth amendmen
then we will1 have whmian's suffrat
and the individual states ('annot hel
themiselves. We believe enach italI
should be allowed to regulate th
matter' lndlependent of the federi
government. 'if thle people of th
state wanit -voman suffrage th<
shoulId be' allocwed 'to acbpt it 1?
themselves. Ifethecy are opposed to
they should not hiame it thrust upir
''them. In varius ways the feder
Ugovernment is infringing uipon statt
rights-and thle tenidency in this dire
li-on should be cheecd.-The Water
T(' ('olumin lIecordl Mmaid.
"The ~nanly conduct of Ocorge Wa
ten, of Hlampton. must commend
self to the 'iCo!Ie of' Sout-h- Caroli1
The generous conduct .whichl lie h
displayed will merit for him the
apect andt the appurobat-ion - oft
)people of his State."
Ask Any One
. S. SENATOR *
A FlEW JUOTATIONS iI4M
SP'EE :S MAPI'i liY WAIlItEN
States Rights.-"Because 1 stand for
the IDeclaration 'of Independence, be
cause I advocate the Constitution of
.Jefferson, because I repeat the Identi
cal words of 'Calhoun, because I dare
raise my voice in 'behalf of the identi
cal prindipal for which, !my father
fought in the 60's, the doctrine of
States Rtights, I am unjustly charged
with being opposed to iprohibition.
Democratic Convention al' Hampton.
"I stand squarely for economy; I
believe in reorganization and coordi
natit of gove rnmiental b~urdlens andl
departments;- encouragement of those
things wvhich tehid to get Congress
back to a pre-war basis of expenditure
of the people's money should be giv
en-; our present tax laws should lbe
aiigended to remove those features
wijich are oppressive to the pleople
and to industry."--Attitude ex~pressed
Labor.-"The voice of Labor is def
mianding f-air consideration, fair deci
sions fairly arrived at, of all propos
als which concern Labor. The in
sidious impression .hat TLbor in poll
ties will dlemandl more than that h
very properly resented by both Labot
and those who seek its vote. It dfoe
not ask dscrimination in favor o
Labor. ut rather .than it be not dis
criminated against. .\y attitude ma
be summarized by the words 'Fair an
Fariing I nterests.- I endorse th
orgazization. ation and accoi
p1liients of the American Cotto
Association and .have leged my ei
opera ion. It hs accomlplished mor
for the farmer in six months than th
'congress ha doe for farming intel
esta t in ten years."-S. C. xottori
IAssociation, i lamdton, ranch, a
One of' the Sou th Carol ina candi
lates foir anited States senate thi
year is calring the attention Of OI
p lie to one or the most vital is
ans that confronts the American det
It is the issue of states r-ight
- against a centralized federal goveer
R'ate sovrreiignty is ab~solutely ne<(
i-srly to j:rotect th" right s and l ibei
ties of tile lpeole und1(er ouri form<
gover~nment. Thle founders of this r<
public so recognized it and it is al
No one wvill deny that our goveri
Smenit is becominlg mlorC (Cntializ(
> in Washington.
.. The svereignty of the states
1 ggaadually bieig PInderT!mned aind takt
A *Yonftiouanee of tis ipractice wI
a inevitably and( absolutel ylead to r
.. autocracey in this coulntry,
e - Will you sit passively 1by and tiu
. r-ender what l iber-ties youi have le
-,of those your for-efathers fought, sti
e feredl and died to obtain for you ai
turn youri childlren over to an aut
P If we surrenlder these liertIes tnc
eouri ch ildrlen cani only regain them
il We sayV tile cntralizationi of o
agovernment hlas gone far enough,.
y- Idt us put a stop to it by a pea-et
ruse of our hal lots I-athe1r than to ha
it our~ chiildr-en stop it by a reyplutik
n ----The 1':asley Priogress,
ii George W~arre-n Is going to be( ve
's cmich ini tho. running for United Stal
~senate. iHis doctr-ine of state's ii
e is proving yery3 pouIar-. It is argu
against -him that he is in favor
--'hi-key, while as a matter of fu
r. lhe is t he autthor of the presenit P1
t. hibition laws on the statutes of I
. state.-Andiersn Di)ly Mli.
IS ithe Walte'rboro P'ress aund S~itand
e., "Showipr.; that he poss~esses a hi
1'eI degr-es of h'onor, Gleorge Warrenv
Ibe called up higher, r:ir' that son
Who Knows Him
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LANFORD NEWS. * ,i i
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Lanford, .Aug. 2.-Our community m
as saddened by the death of Mr. Tom Rei
. Cooper on last Wednesday morn- apt)
ig. It was not altogether a Surprise, C
s he had suffered long and ipatiently vil
3* some time. His remains were ser
tid to rest Thursday afternoon In Th
ic lethodist Cemetery in the pres.
nce of a large number of sorrowim
riends and relatives. He leaves a
Idow and ten children and to them
m extend sympathy in this sad hour.
The protracted meeting closed Fri
ay night, Rlev. Dibble, of Spartanburg
ssisting flev. -J. T. Miller 'In the
Mrs. Hi. T. Higgins, of Dluffalo, has
eturned to her home afteri a IO-d'ys
risit to lier parcuts, Mr. and .\Mrs. .1.
3. Iigginu. She was accompanied
Ionic by Miss .lary liigg ins.
.isses Naile -liarlan, El izabeth
\lrleen and .liss Maly Iiiggius, spent
ast Tuesday with Miss Lenora Pat
.\Iiss Ollie .ae 'Taylor has return
'd hote aftet a pleasant visit to .\iiss
,ise W1'olfte in Alerson.
.i\is. 1. ottie Lee 1 ,angston, of EIno
rev, spent the week(-end with her sis
ter, Mrs. J. Talmage Patterson.
.\r. Hlobson Franks, of Siaran
burg, spent the wet'k-enld with his
parents, .\r. aid \I's. .1. It. Franks.
mr. Franks returned home with him
to spend a few days.
.\Mr. 'harles \iidrop has returned
from Columbia after a stay of six
weeks at Camp Jackson, %with the It.
o. Tr. C. of Wofford Colelge.
Miss Luelle Cooley, of Leesville, is
visiting relatives here for a few days.
Mr Yates ,Waldrep has made sev
cral business visits to Clinton recent
.isses Pauline Waldrop, .largaret
and 'Mary !Drunimnond, Josie and Lona
1\1el IWilliams, Lenora Pattergon,
Mary Joe and rima Parson, Eula and
Theo Osborne, and Lillie Mae Cox
leave Wednesday morning for Clinton
to attend the demonstration course
given to the club members in domestic
.\I. .lames Fleming has returned
home after an extended trip with the
naval reserves to several big cillies
and naval stations.
Mrs. Lill IlRogers and Mrs. Manmie
Drummond spent. several days in Iau
rens last week.
Messrs. Frank and iU1rudge .Pool%
and slters, .\ isses Mary, laula and
.\arcia Poole are the expected guests
of Miss Carrie Fowler this week. Mr.
Fr'apk is a memberi of the faculty of
a big college in New ,Brunswick, N. J.
-lie is spending his vacation at the
home of his father near Warrior
ir. C. -L. Waidrep and family spent
Sunday in 'nion witi Mr. anti Mrs.
T. 1j. blarney and family.
Revival services will begin at the
1apti1st hur('li'h Sinda y n gight, Aug
.\lr's .( '. D). Cox, wvho suffered a
siiralined ankle on last. -Sunday aftei'
noon. is imptroving slowly, although
she Is not able to walk yet. The nmany
nic'e letter's of chieer and nice hiouiquets
. of tlower's, visits fiom hosts of friends
anmd thbeli' though tful reninembrance of
t her in briiging fruits, melons and i'e
fres~hmeta thav ~e hlp led her'i so) muh
rns av m:e beeni a great source of comn
.. foit toi heri andi she wishes lier neigh -
u hor's all to knJowu htowL miuich it is aill
.\lir. .1. S. 1liiggins and son, H. TI.
iliggins, of lBuffalo, motoi'ed to Cam-i
5 (len last week to visit relatives.
- R1ev. J1. T. iittlejohn spent Thur'sday
night with Capt. and .\i's. J. WV. Lan
* a e e oa~ ese aege e
* W 'ATT"S 310LS NEW~M. *
. ' S e 0 0 e 0 e
IsWatts Mills, August 2.--The many
a friends of Mr. E. Y. .\ eQuown will be
v'er'y miuich saddenedi to lean of his
Il deathi which oc'curre'd' at iis hionme In
a Clinton on Saturday night, Juily 31.
r- Th'e funeral ser'vices were held at his
ft. residence on Sunday aftei'noon, con
f- duted't by Rev. Mr. Stokes and -Rev.
ii Mi'. .ban's of Clinton. Afterwards the
SIreminms were laid to i'est In the
w Rocky Sp;rings; ehuri'hyar'd. Mri.M'e
yQuowni was .a -weill snow citizen of
ibis counaty', h aving~ mad~e his noime
in Cl1Ii ton foi' quilte a inumiberi of
iyeats swith the exc'ept ion of a few
vyear's he resided at this place. Mris,
ni. t~lcQuiown, his sqecondl wife, passedl
away herie abiouit two and a half year
'ago. Mri. McQuiown swas Si years ol
ht age~ and was a man of gre'at intelli'
ed gence, lie continued strong in mlin(
of until his health began failIng so fast
tet li p uossessedl a Chrictitan chai'actei'
hhas been a vei'y faithful membiler 0:
lie Presy'teian cburch for .a lont
d.:nitmber' of year'si He has a large cir'
dhco of friends nnd irelatives who ex
,tendi theli' deepe~tst sympathy to the
entire family in their bereavement
Mit .\fQuown heaves one son an<
fonr anghters na follows: Mr. Jamel
luown, of Greer; Mrs. Arch Ben
and Mrs. Elbert Benjamin and
s Octavia McQuown, of Clinton;
Mrs. Jodio McKee, of Watts Mills.
ev. Mr. Johnson illed his appoint
it here on Sunday morning and
1. C. Martin filled his regular
ointment here on Sunday night.
n Thursday night, August 5, there
I 'be prayer meeting and open air
vice ielId here on the miill lawn.
public Is invited to attend.
Frodn C' w I
STOMACH az~d 20OilS
C IOCK t ei:. S.
G et a bot le from
For Mild I
W HY bre
a day of horr<
S$Clean Easy 'v
p like a song!
yleine Wash S
}water with a
up and dissol'
Can you b
S finished befor<
half her clot
,e Clean Eas3
a firm base ar
is a truly wor
ing and swee
I Try it-no
and learn ho'
P Keep your hi
I wasting it o
Ask your gr
S cake lasts tw
Follow direcetion s
CA3PHNOR AND) W'ITCIIINA ZE.111
HN'L.P WEAK EYES
Laiurensl0 people are astonisied at!
the quick results produced by simple
witchhazel, camphor, bydrastis, etc.,
ais mixed In Lavoptik eye wash. In
one case of weak and near-sighted
eyes a few days i e bi ght great 1m
provemelnt. IIn a r case it stopped
eye paxis and Alannatalon. We
guarantee a small bottle of Lavop
tIe to help ANY CASE weak, strained
or hIflamed eyes. Aluminum eye cup
FiREE. P'iutunun's Drug Store.
years old a
mest, Effective and Growing
'Ihe Ilu'ler falot all onu nvoe
VII ?'INT has never (1)(ore)
puliv. In's.pite of this facet I
1han the y.e.r proveedling-. I ts
tII their frienlds hel"anISe of1 the
efI ''ivelless WIll used as dire
iat it is Recommended for
T1haIt !formIl of )ysppsiau In
sours.z before. it is 1,ully di-es!h
in that organ to Coli . Ileart-1
1in1 mn o1 her f aImtiliar. but
nI, half-digested f1ood passi
a oreign irritlatig1 boudy, an
try r01 Flux, inflauinialory it
iy it is Recommended
(These disorders ar.e (om<1111
ANTlI-1F"l'Cl\N"I' helps Na
Ii-1ni of the colitelnts of the S
an1114nd aId irritate4d slrface
glands ilto iorl11111 nd Casy .1
u11 drggist today. If he can't
iykenld-al 'Chemical Co., Rock W1ill,
)isorders of the Stomach
sk Those Who Have Use
ak your back over a wash
'hy skin your knuckles on a
rd? Why make washday
have to. Wash the easy
way and washday goes by
Honest, it's a regular eye
that Clean Easy Naptho
oap can do!
boil your clothes in a tub of
half cake of Clean Easy, cut
red. Stir 'em a bit for ten
1 every garmnent cornes
eat that? Your washing is
a your neighbor bhas scrubbed
bes. And it's a whole lot
lasts longer, because it has
d doesn't soften up like other
e how different it looks. It
derful preparation for clean
w. Get a cake of Clean Easy
FN to forget "blne" washdayt
:alth and sparkle instead of
ver a mniserable wash tub!
ocer for Clean Easy. One
Louisville Food Proi
WV hy not buy your Ilumn ber in car
lots, direet, from. mill and save tle
discoiunts? Write or1 wir f'or prie
Ps, sendinig u1s list of qutantlity and
grade you wnilt.
COOK & CO.
Greenville, S. C.
unlt of lt, first lwo). ANTI
heen adver-tised1 direct ti) the
nIoIr has beeil sold every yealr
frviends have reco l lnnend< it
4n1esty o4 ils claims m i
whilch dhwod emnto
Id by 1the somah: giving12 lise
I list (ssil spvllulos. This
m, into te iltvslines n ts I-,
tI pr Odnlves . Diin rrhoca, . sn
Id dangeous diseaIse.
mly knowi as indigestion.)
tur ineu Iltralize the acid condi
tollnehll aid howels, Soothe inl
and stillulliato the seveltry
p 11(Y1iu, addr se
for -w i W n W codw Pr
Shae ha o~len as
Naphocin Sap nt 4
Aaln owtl er.Bili