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Cash Will Assure Democ
Victory in the West
Cold cash is all that is nec<
ifor the Democrats to regain ci
-ofthe senate, according to a
:Senator T. J. Walsh of Montan
.written to Senator Dial, which
Senator Dial has forwarded to
"I have, as you have dou'
/been advised, undertaken for th
tional committee to direct the
paign for the election of Demo<
senators or at least to give them
aid as can be extended," writes
"Increditable as it may see]
yon," he says, "the prospects
excellent in Wisconsin, Iowa
^South Dakota." Then the sei
?gives some details of the fight v
is being waged by the Democra
the Western states.
"Unfortunately," he says, "we
hampered by the want of fu
With even a moderate amoun
money we could accomplish
much. Poindexter, who has ch)
for the Republicans, testified be
the investigating committee thai
has in hand $200,000. If I had <
fourth part of that, we could
doubtedly regain control of the s
In Sore Need of Funds.
Further, excerpts from Seni
"Walsh's letter are as follows:
"I think it quite likely that
?shall beat S mo ot in Utah and
/friend, Tom Taggart will proba
pull through in Indiana.
"But our situation as to finan
.as Democrats may not be averse ui
.your insistance, considering the i
?portanc? of restoring Democra
. supremacy in the senate, to corni
through again. In every North(
and Western state it is necessary
make a fight, to get any place at 2
Every one able to contribute is ?
licited, not only for the national ti<
et but for the state and local ticl
as well. The candidate is not alwa
^ Tequired to make a struggle for t
nomination, but often he is. I w
.obliged to do so in 1912. In the Sou
however, it is not necessary, as
rule, to make desperate efforts. It
a struggle to get enough money
meet the pay roll of the headquarte
Iiere, which means that it is next
?inpossible to do anything more. '.
this state of affairs, I am impelh
:to write you this letter, a duplica
of which is going to every senate
from th? Southern states. I hope ye
will be' moved to take" the matter v
"with some of our enthusiastic frieni
in your state with a view to helpir
us out of the hole.
"I appreciate that they have bee]
perhaps, solicited by the nation!
? committee, but some of the more d<
voted any substantial contributioi
. either of money or labor to carry th
Asks For Assistance.
"In this situation of affairs I fe?
.that we who are obliged not only t
put our money up, but'to expend ou
.energy and employ our talent, sue
as we may have, for months, tha
Democracy may not perish in thesi
parts, may not inappropriately asl
. our party brethren in your section ti
come to our aid with funds to hel]
us regain the orgainzation of thi
senate, in the benefits of which yoi
are equal participants with us. '.
wish I might put into this letter som(
thing of what I feel concerning th?
opportunity, that is before us and th(
anxiety that oppresses me lest it be
"In would be inadvisable, in mj
opinion, for you or any other sena
tor to do any soliciting. But you
. could assemble a few of the party
leaders in your state and represent
to them the dire necessity of the sit
uation. They might be prompted to
organize themselves into a committee
. and parcel the burden out among the
. various communities likely to be n_
"There was a time when the South
was so straightened financially that
J it could not answer such an appeal
i as this, but thanks to a kind provi
. dence and a Democratic administra.
's tion, it is rich now. Come down and
'. help us."
f Cooper Makes Comment.
' ^?n commenting upon the letter
from Senator Walsh, Governor Coop
er said, "This letter from Senator
Walsh contains most encouraging
news. It shows that only financial
assistance is needed to make the sen
ate Democratic, and is gives our peo
ple an opportunity to show just how
much they are in earnest in their
expressions of hope for Democratic
"Senator Walsh is one of the big
men of the senate and- this statement
from him should be given most care
ful consideration. Our Southern
states are given opportunity to assist
in the fight which is being carried
on in the West."-The State.
JUST RECEIVED a large assortment of STET
SON Hats in the new shapes and popular colors.
Come in and let us show them to you. lt's about
time to discard the old straw hat.
DORN & MIMS
Future Cotton Contract*
If you want to buy or sell cotton contracts
in units of ten bales or upward, sena at
once for free booklet of valuable informa
tion and rules of trade.
Letter on probable market trends in cotton
. and grains sent free upon request.
Martin & Company
81 Broad Street New York City
Members American Cotton and Grain Exchange
Member Clearing House
For personal interview get in touch with
our State representative
EDMUND A. FELDER '
1512 Sumter St. Columbia, S. C.
Long Distance Phone 1229
Do If Now
Its an easy thing to do a thing TO-MORROW,
It's a cinch to clo it BYE AND BYE,
But the man whose life is SUNNY,
Is the man whose stunt is "DO IT NOW."
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Notice to Builders
We have Beaver Board, Beaver
Board Strips, Sash, Doors, Blinda,
Ceiling, Siding, Flooring Mantels,
Store Fixtures and all kinds of
high-class mill work. Designing
and estimates carefully furnished.
Just received large shipment of
Red Cedar Shingles, 100 per cent
Car load of Beaver Board just
received at a reasonable price.
Yours for Prompt Service
Sash, Door & Lumber Co.
JOHNSTON, S. C.
We are receiving daily the largest stock of merchandise that we have* ever
carried. We have just returned from the market, and we got the advantage
of the recent declines in prices. We are going to give our customers the bene
fit of this.
We Can Save You Money on the Things
You Need Big.1- t, Now
Customers of this store do not have to wait till the season gets old to- get
goods priced at a proper figure. ?
COME IN AND LOOK AT THE BIG NEW LINES
Botn the merchandise and -the prices will interest you. This is not a sale. It's
merely calling your attention to a very important part in the every-day activi
ties of our store- (
The Store That Saves You Money When It
Means the Mostj
Good grade Indigo Blue Ginghams_19c
Dress Ginghams worth 35c to 39c reduced to_29c
36 inch Sea Island_._19C
36 inch Percales, light and dark_29c
Heavy Cheviots and Riverside Plaids_29c
Pepperell 10-4 Sheeting_74c
Pepperell 9-4 Sheeting_68c
Men's Blue Cheviot Shirts_$1.19
One lot. men's corded madras shirts worth $3_$1.98
Men's best grade Overalls_$2.69
Men's Star Brand "Stronger than the Law" work
shoes reduced to_._$5.75
COME LET US SHOW YOU
Quarks & Timmerman
"SAME GOODS FOR LESS MONEY*
1, four piece walnut or living room
I Hackney buggy almost new $175
1 large mule in good condition $175.
1, splendid oak :n box__$50.00
1, large book case,-$35.00
Also other things useful 'on thc
farm and in the home.
G. D. Mims.
Clarks Hill, S. C.
Invigorating tc the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standard general strengthening; tonic.
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONLC,drives out
Malaria.enriches the blood, builds up>tne system.
A true Tonic. For adults and children. 60c
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We have a high power, fast-cutting outfit, forced feedi-a complete
power plant in itself for sawing logs to any length. Does the work of 6
to 10 men. Lever control of blade while engine is running;
Send for Engine Catalog
Showing Gasoline Engines 2 to
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Drag Saws, all equipped with
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823 Gervais Street
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Starts and Stops Saw
INVITES THE PEOPLE OF GEORGIA AND SOUTH CAROLINA TO THE GREATEST
FAIR EVER IN THIS SECTION.
Oct. 18-23-The 9 Southern Exposition Fair-Oct. 18-23
EXCITING ENTRANCING AND EDUCATIVE FEATURES DAILY
Nightly Displays, unprecedented,
unparalleled in splendor and
grandeur. Effects dazzling and
awe-inspiring. Positively great
est Fire Works given in South
Don't Miss the Great Naval Battle
Most astounding, daring and dif
ficult acrobatic and aerial per
formances ever presented to the
public in any section of world.
Including Dare-Devil Wilson, the
Aerial Lloyds, etc.
Automobil e Races
Daring, Dashing, Death Defying
Demons of Speed in daily excit
ing contests, commencing Mon
. day Oct. 18th. Fastet cars in
America with drivers of great
Guaranteed Greatest Automobile
Races Ever Staged in South.
Automobile, Cattle and Poultry
Rubin and Cherry with Train of
30 Cars and 600 People. Mighty
20 BIG SHOWS AND 6
Scores of New and Novel Fea
tures Introduced for First Time
in this section of the country.
Two Fiercely Fought Giidiron
THURSDAY, OCT. 21
University of Carolina versus
Presbyterian College of Clinton,
SATURDAY, OCT. 23
A. R. C. vs. Columbia High
THE GREAT CROWNING EVENT OE THE EXPOSITION
Savannah Valley Pageant and the Marriage of Miss Thrift
and General Food Production.
1500 Performers-500 Singers and Dancers
20 Floats-Sponsored and Staged by Club Women of Augusta Under Direction of
Mrs. E. M. Espy.
A Line of Agricultural, Horticultural, Mercantile, Mechanical Labor Saving and Farming
Power Devices Exhibited at
The Southern Exposition Fair
OCT. 18-23 AUGUSTA, GEORGIA OCT. 18-23