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SHITH AND WARREN
*Irect Collusion" Between Blease
and Smith Charged. Denial by Sen.
'The -State, Sept. 4th.
George Wiarren of Hampton, candi
.dabe for the United States senate, yes.
terday issued a statement charging a
"direct collusion" between Former
Gov. Cole L. Blease and Senator 1,. D.
.Smith to defeat him.
Senator Smith, who will enter the
second primary with Warren as his
opponent, deniies the charge4 contain
ed in Warren's statement, denouncing
as "absolutely false" the statemmeit
that he was inl any colination in his
race for the senate, "except with the
people of South Carolina" to serve
the m o l'c est of in!o ability.
,ir. Warren also referred to Din
triet Attorney Francis I. W'stoii as
the "r'0(ui(t calll.aigiI manager of
Seaei Solih." and halorged !tate
tA sto:. t il n and '>itatiel 'nemy of
cverd a d ia'e , wa. la sitor to lt
M' . Wari of . Ble-ils. .ltr. We.-:lons I a
state gntme a f o itel reting .Mr.
rr's IArge..; ayti t hat e 's nlot
arha o beenl f-;api:nnn
aIe of Senator Smith, and also states
that the Implication that ie "negotiat
ed a deal 'ith irl. tease"l Is absolute
'Air. Warrn's statement foliots:
"I chlarge a direct collusion betwP
Formr Gov. C"ole I . allease anI'd Sena-llt
to'l.. D). Funith to de act Ie for the
United States senlate.
"Time s alliance, made Ill utter despe-.
rationi. was c:ffected and~ put Inwo oper
ation .l 11 th 10o ) ' ffotll 1o over'
comie thie sent:imient which had eenl(0
Created duIII-ng thle campaign In m1y;
"T1his campaign I wa-s deterinIedl to!
mlake, and dlid make, withlout appeal to!
factionlalismvt or facti0onlal pr.1lejud i .1
To d meni, tetis fact, thIousndsI~ Of:
o...er *:;:o of th ' )I , -W ' 1iy
gave support to my candodacy.
"r- c I T I tno blIned by
omer Govor lease, wto h his Per
Onll sind 'f 'Cole,' lettrs w ere
art t oear, Srelith f ar reouns
Try One I
The best way to know for,
Bruinswick Tire is to buy one E
That is. *if the very name of:
to you, as it is to most men, th;
Thousands of mien who have
for years, realize that a Brunsi
for a mediocre product could n<
* Long before the Overland T
* of Brunswvick was established.
of rubber for fifty years before
No concern with such a is
thing but the best. For reput
be quickly destroyed.
This is a practical guarant
more than the usual, yet at no
Get your first one now. Y
1ueve ALL Brunswicks.
Sold On An U,
days to reach the personal friends of
the former guvernor a an 11th haur
appeal to factionallm.
"This letter was circulated by hand
as well as through the malls, and
used at 'the polls by workers for Sen
' The actlve suifport of Mr. Blease of
the "bandidacy of Senator Smith was
with the knowledge and consent of
"Acknowledging receipt of a letter
from Mr. Blease, dated August 6. Son
ator Smith, a few days later, expics-.
ed in a communication to Mr. -lilease
his appreciation of the pt.rmisslon to
use the Blease letter.
"During the tine of the nalin. out
of the hundreds of letters, on the verge
of the clectlio, the repitel campaign
m.nager o Scnator Smi h. bistrict .\t
ronwy Fraicis Ht. Western, a long and
Litel'r enemy of Governor Blease,
w-hom the latter has repeatedly de
lolunccd, va; Ia vlst.oi to the oiice
0. .\,lAr. B 01ease.
"The sequenc' of evcnta leading up
io the actual ilviing out of tle Blease
lt~ttr h>el, in mliy c:pinion. no furthei
"Another method uwed in the d.es
pnrate attenpt to Ceeet Senator Smith
was the ci reulation around the polls
of rei)orts that I was a HIeasite, these
being circulated among strong anti
Blease men and that I was running
on a wet platforn, financed by the
liquor interests. This, I charge, was
a deliberate and premeditated distor
tion of facts.
"My idea has been, and (till is, to
enthuse my friends with the knowl
edge that a new day has dawned in
Scuth Carolina politics, a new day in
which demagogic tirades shou d give
way to logical discussions of funda
mental principles of government. .\ly
opponents are Still living in the past
of oild ainimosities engendered an( fo
teed by factional bitterness.
"Im in lt h second race. The light
en. ly fists ate doubled. I an
in the fight. And I will win."
Senator Snith's reply, issued after
bt' publication of .\t.. Warren's state
"...v..1..ust been Fihown a political I
advert ieiment of .\lr. George Warren,
wh.ich1 was published in the 'Charleston
yourself the superiority of the
ind compare it.
Brunswick isn't sufficient proog
it here is an extraordinary tire,
known the name of Brunswick
vick Tire has to be the best -.
!ver bear this historic name.
rail became famous, the House
It was one of the chief users;
automobiles came into use.
tory could afford to offer any
mtions are built slowly, but can
se that Brunswick Tires offer
u'll not be satisfied until you
.g CLLENDER CO.
American of this date and iwhich hat
no doubt bein' sent to the press gen
erally. I denounge am absolutely false
the statement -that I am in any com
lbination In my race for the senate ex
cept with the people of South 'Carolina
to serve them -to the best of my abil.
"Mr. Warren, in a desperate effonI
to win, is attemlpting to revive fac.
tionalisin in this state. The effort
will be rebuked by our people as un
worthy of any one seeking the suf
frage of the people of South Carolina
at this day and time. What I want
and will get Is the great majority o!
the votes of the united pleople of thik
state, whatever may have been thelt
former political affillations.
".\lr. Warren has evidently pur
pose'ly distorted the facts. They are
as follo.vr: On my returnI to my hoic
Ii Lynchhtitrg August 1, I receiverl thc
iollowing letter to which I repli ed a
"'Coluimbla, S. C., .\ugust 6, 190.
"'Hlon. E. ). Smith.
"'Lynchibirg, S. C.
"'I am reliably infor:ned that It
being pelt stently circulated in cer
tain counties of this state that I air
taking an interest in the presetit sena.
torial canipalign against your renomi
'1 (10 not know -that you care vetr
much ab1out'. the' matter as to how I
srin', ncr that anybody else does, biu
I do not care to be put in a false pori
tion. and it is for this reason that I
an addressing you this comiunica
"'I am taking no part ipl poliLies
for or agA.nst anybody, and I do not
know that I shall even vote :n thc
coming l)rimaly. When asked I havc
frankly stated that with the lresenl
senatorial candidates, in my opinion,
you shottld be ieomioiIin ated.
"1 have had no conve:sat ion witl
yolu within the last f'w yeari, and
have not s'en you eve1 to tcak t
yott. only to sh1a1ke' haifb, with youl
once within the l:a-:t th%1 y-a: no0
have I had any'y:Iiaanbati-m fro):
allyon(e v. ho is inter i e-. i Y i yot i li'am:u
sot Wi."li h ll i*10.i
I I w.
sol~tion: *:in o i :. t es I ;. i
. 'o, .a to whehe it\\lldo ou an
'(ood or lam. 0 ist ;'
'Cole 12. ilease.'
"To w\hich I repitiV lls:
"'Colbi a, on . C., Aui gu t '. , 1
12e):.11-2 .\Main 1tr et
"a lonora l 'i le 12. I:a , g
"'l vo3 n imdy. Ieturn i .n 'iar
found Your ter of . I ha
med by (;eiyg arenu. August 2ully
troci.t a thli mtiV n h at ;roInja
mIknowh for your x':.Ain ta ; 1. a:.
Tn. a'>It i abso el al'. aen ian.
tatll t to the contazowy is w1 0ithlot
foundapoln.c nong rer exstas
fbethern aus. dI suseie . ny coarn
thiatGovnor "Ueae i iStingso :tl
tertoacsI nume o istfricnd attorey
Ld~ mycandidacy stteer ysteray Iop
ofth htertli was showr(:~el antc
mIsel by George Warren, us 2,at
(tt rtlepaign metgat .\enck':- h
" no ofati on ii 1)1 g!o nti' rac Itnd
I apprite~ t'he 4vtesI of aloi 0 Demoe
clats., If90 it. p le .\ 2r. 'are fua ca
ttemt to 11~ reive aton 4).ms. ams d
ourti i .Io ofop t whee not.loe exist that
l i priv'0&'lige, buti when Ohe Jige.
futher an dm chr:ist ra witanrco
biation peIo lpetiob,i toi aso lt e ly'
Frnci on Wes ditondirc allttIone
lso issuedai atatent ydesterday in
"Irhe them been ownfor statem(lnt
issued byve o\r Gefoge' Warred.a a
d1itfrte 'ni Statesl annaeed)n
weh he refer- to mn e ash rpted
* * ** . ** * *
* .NADDEN HEWS. *
Madden, Sept. 6.--'4he Dicey Lang
ston Comedy Company .has come to
life again. It is very much alive, for
on Monday night, September 13th at
Madden Station on .the vacant lot next
to the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Hudgens, its second effort will take
place. FOlght o'clock will see the be
ginning of the first act. "Brother
Josiah" will 'be staged with practical
ly all of the old company in the parts
of the city broker, his fdmily, and the
eccentric farmer and his faithful wife,
Jemina, who pay an unexpected vi3it
'o the rich brother's home. And there
by hang-4 a most amusing chain of
v'ents 'which ctlminlate in the final
utimph of "Bllrother Josiahl".
The cast of characters Is as follows:
Wilington Armstrong, the rich city
broker - Rev. G. E. Vermillioi
Peistake, confidential adviser to Arm
strong - - Mr. Paul Fiinley
Mirs. Wellington Armstrong,
.\liss Kathleen Martin
liss JIuanita Niartin
'Tilliam LeBlone, friend of the Arm
stIoIgs - Lieut. .1. W. Wotford
Ilenry Nemcoibe. accepted suitor of
Gladys Armstrong, Mr. Byron
"Brother Josiah", the Countrified
brother of Wellington Armstrong,
Mr. 13. Y. Culbertson.
Joens, the butler,
Mr'. Harold Culbertson
JI'mimna. wife of Josiah.
Miss Carrie Lanlgston
Ben,iamin Diutler Armstrong, son of
J emlima an ml Josiah, .Mr. Lawree
Ier~kia Arm tro :- on o', .hmlima
. I andic e D
Th tle(r batfu.'
cheaer ad te maerias b
%5.0, $9,5 a nd $0.0,
Scalvlus i alS
Silk ad Tric,0ne.
Thed Vlylies n mo:l Sntta
I(t a's.rnb. al arl e f ie d to nl.
m.0 :m.00P, m:i.5E) andl $5J.tco.
son,. and~ ouri salhes areC alrteadyv
' afr.it ,'. $.00 nn) td tap,
Special Values in Silk Ui
and Jos14h, Mr. Ed Moore.
The popular prices of 50c for grown
ups and 35c for children, will be
charged for the privilege of seeing
this master production, the proceeds
to go to the bench fund of -the Now
Prospect Baptist church. Come and
laugh with us .and at us!
Time: Monday night, Sept. 13th, at
Mir Fall j
Minter Co. I
ment Store r
getting ready fo
leges. No neec
come here whei
all the family at
See the New
he ldrice.$ are P@ !(
tinles andi Ve -
>a .\i- dii
Laurens, S. C.
Place: M dden Station.
Play: "brother Josiah".
Habitual Constipation Cured
'in 14 to 21 Days
"LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specia
prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for H40It
Constipation. It relieves promptly I
should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 d
to induce regular action. It Stimulates
Regulates. 9 Very Pleasant to Take.
s, S. C.
ine of Fall
a busy month,
c schools and col
to worry; just
'e we can outfit
the lowest prices
our standard of
Things in Our
Hfats are now on dIiplay. No
. \ias *PadigetI, .\I iss .\ary Pelte
'. 1. Armns trong, will be gladl to
hi of '> iautifi G(eorgette W\aists
pe-tit-Chine \\1a.tints Son sale at
.v priecrl at $I.9S per yard,.
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