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e. Others at
eenville, Aiken and
Yesterday and. quali
te- November general
'te the first to regis
, it is believed.
en . today won their
rer the man. The record
the women and 155 for
te board of registration.
at day upon which won
anty had the opportunity
nter the field of political
I there was an interest
that astonished some of
"mongst the masculine
-;men whose ages ranged
.e to seventh-eight reg
Harry 'A. Dargan, wife
clerk of court, was the
to register. An even
is expected tomorrow.
-n Women Qualify.
ptember 6.-A wave of
)assed through the Aiken
this morning when it was
4at a party of woman's
n had called on .J. M.
arman of the county regis
d, to register as bona fide
the Presidential election
r. At first Mr. Everett
it finally allowed them to
Ihe oldest in the party was
bs Randall, - from Reeds
'ho is eighty years of age.
itering were among the best
t the county.
Irst York Woman.
Sept. 6.-Miss Sarah Eliza
it, editor of the woman's
the Yorkville Enquirer, has
.netion of being the first wo
i register here to vote in the
'er elections. Miss Grist quali
rly this morning. Mrs. M. E.
i, postmaster here, was the see
man to qualify. "Yes, I am go
vote for Governor Cox for
nt," said Miss Grist, after her
tion certificate had been given
'hairman Barron of the coun
J A lady boughi
Jpaying us, she tok
$67.50 elsewhere iI
A few (lays a~
it was marked $1.
wife had bought f4
Yesterday a n
$45.00, he said he
andl paid $85.00 fo
some one (drops il
pie who realize tii
able Prices" real]
Ages Cause Amusement.
Spartanburg, Sept. 6.-Thirty-five
wom'en were issued registration cer
tificates today after qualifying to vote
in the November general election. Sev
eral women were awaiting the regist
rar when the board of registration op
ened its books this morning. Among
those registering today was one negro
woman, the wife of a n(gro school
teacher of this city. Thefirst woman
to register was 'Mrs. Julia Pole, of
Clifton, who came several miles in or
der to qualify.
Those registering today ranged froiti
twenty-two years of age to eighty.
Many amusing incidents occurred dur
ing the way, especially in connection
with statements by the registrants as
to their ages.
The Democratic party sorely needs
funds to conduct the national cam
paign, according to a telegram receiv
ed today at the Dollar Democracy
campaign from James W. Gerard, na
tional finance chairman - and former
ambassador to Germany.
In his telegram to Joe Sparks, fin
ancail director of the caiftpaign in
South Carolina Mr. Gerard says:
,"The party is actually without funds
to conduct this campaign. It is with
out pledges which would enable it to
borrow money. Never in its history
has its financial condition been so bad
in the middle of a presidential cam
paig.. Please do everything that
you can to avert actual disaster. On
behalf of a candidate who has been
fighting a remarkable fight, consider
in'g that he has been without arms or
"Ziron Did Us Both G(
IT Is a well-known medical fact, that
iron is a necessary constituent of the
blood, and that blood lacking iron Is
the cause of many troubles that only iron
Ziron, a scientific compound of iron
with other valuable Ingredients, is the
remedy to take when your blood needs
more iron, and your system requires a
tonic. Ziron is mild and harmless, does
not stain the teeth. and is good for chil
dren as well as adults.
Mr. P. G. Gentry, of Norene, Tenn..
Save on a Trunk
a Wardrobe Trunk from us
us that the same trunk was
(Save on a Tie)
o a gentleman priced a Neel
15, he had on one of the sam
r him at $3.00.
(Save on a Suit)
ian came and1 priced a Suit, ii
had bought exactly the sam
~n Any Article Y
ibly extreme cases, but not.
~and tells, us that they were
at our slogan "Good Mercha
y means something.
and Service will
on of Your Pat;
for Hart Sch~tfner & NMarx 4
'H f0 Ill~ f 0llll iii lIlII!M iH lilllliI
ammunition. I appeal to you for im
mediate and substantial aid. Please
convey this message to the South
Carolina Democracy and urge every
Democratic man and woman in the
State to come to the aid of the party
in its distress."
Every' Democrat in South Carolina
is urged to respond to the appeal of
the national finance chairman. Every
Democrat is urged to give as much as
one dollar and more if they are able.
The campaign for funds for the na
tional Democratic party . to be push
ed vigorously in South Carolina. The
county chairman have been asked to
form strong organizations for the
collection of money. The call is in
sistent and every good Democrat in
the State is urged to get back of the
Committees are being formed in
many counties of tho State to canvass
iWashington, Sept. 6.-Air mail ser
vice between New York and San
Francisco will be inaugurated by the
Postoffice Department Wednesday, the
first planes leaving each terminus at
5:30 a. m., local time.
Complete plans and schedule for
the coast-to-coast seryice, announced
by the department, show that the mail
planes from New York to San Fran
cisco are expected to make the trip
in fifty-six and one-half hours,
elapsed time. Mail sent'by train from
New York to San Francisco reaches
the later city in about 100 hours and
San Francisco mail arrives by train
in New York in about ninety-six
zer and Son
?od," Writes Mr. Gentry,
writes: "Ziron Iron Tonic has made good
in my family. I have used it to a very
great advantage to myself and my 14
year-old boy. It did us both good. I
think it is a Lood medicine for what it is
If'you are pale, weak, tired, feel down
and out, take Ziron. It will put Iron Into
your blood, and should help build you up.
Get a bottle from your druggist today,
and give ZIRON a fair trial. Sold by
him under a money-back gnarantee.
Ask him about it. He will tell you.
for $47.50; after
priced to her at
Tie in our store,
e ties which his
was was marked
3 suit from stock
a day passes that '
sent to us by peo- ||
ndise at Reason- -
SOUTH CAROLINA. E
I I"'.!;'in~nu uluiuil
Formed in ]
POLITICS MAKES ST
A Direct Charge By George W
Tactics the People of Sot
I charge a direct collusion between forme
Smith to defeat me for the United States
This alliance, made in utter desperation,
eleventh hour effort to overcome the sentii
paign in my favor.
This campaign I was determined to mak<
ism or factional prejudicies. To demonstr
so-called factions gave support to my candi
On August 18th, and signed by former G
of "Cole," letters were prepared ,pledging I
election, and mailed out during subsequent
mer governor as an eleventh-hour appeal t
This letter was circulated by hand as we
polls by workers for Smith.
Acknowledging receipt of a letter from I
a few days later expressed in a communica
mission to use the Blease letter.
During the time of the mailing out of the
tion, the reputed campaign manager of Se
Weston, a long and bitter enemy of Mr. Ble
ed, was a visitor to the office of Mr. Blease
The sequence of events leading up to the
in my opinion, no further explanation.
Another method used in the desperate ai
tion around the polls of reports that I was
strong anti-Blease men, and that I was run
liquor interests.. This I charge, was a c
I am in the second race. The fight is on
And I will win.
WHY THIS APPEAL TO F
SAVE SENATOR SlN
HERE IS SOME MORE
(LETTERS, TELEGRAMS AND AFFID
EVERY SECTION--OF THE STATE SH
THOSE MENTIONED IN THE FOLLO'
SUPPORTERS OF SMITH.)
Mr. George Warren,
Columbia, S. C.,
Numerous campaign lies were circulated
last minute, and it looks like this was intei
you were against prohibition, but it stril
most damaging in its effect, was planned a
friends; for Blease wrote to every friend
he did the same thing all over the state, s.
could do any thing for the people, and to '
Love, Cole." Then thc day of the election
that you were a Bleaseite, so you can clear
though Blease influenced direct by letter ti
port at the last minute, without a chance fi
and that those who hated Blease would vo
Smith Blease votes as well as anti-Blease
more than one letter that was sent to peo
THlE PROOF 0
Honorable Cole L. Blease,
Columbia, S. C.,
Upon my return from Lynchburg I
read it very carefully and fully appreci
applret-iate your kind permission to uw
expression as to my candidacy.
The 36,000 Warren Votes were gotten o1
Campaign, not by Political Trickery, not b;
would invoke the slumbering spirit of the
Bitterness of the past of a D~arker Day in
Let us turn our faces, we who are men,
in politics as wvell as in business and in our
dawn of the new day and meet the issues si
ly before us. It will be determined in the
is simply whether, to save one man's polil
will approve of and become a party to th(
I did not start this revival of factionalisi
light in victory, because I shall carry on wi
NEITHER SENATOR SMITH NOR MI
AS PUBIASHIED IN THlE PAP~ERS AlN
OF THlE FACTS AS I HAVE LAID) Ti
(I caution my friends against further <
arren and an Expose of. Smith
ith Carolina Should Know.
r Governor Cole L. Blease and'Senator E. D.
vas effected and put into operation as an
nent which had been created during the cam
3, and did make, without appeal to factional
ate this fact, thousands'of voters of both the
overnor Blease, with his personal signature
4r. Blease's support to Senator Smith for re
days to reach the personal friends of the for
11 as by through the mails, and used at the
dr. Blease, dated August 6th, Senator Smith,
tion to Mr. Blease his appreciation of the per
hundreds of letters, on the verge of the elec
nator Smith, District Attorney Francis H.
ase, whom the latter has repeatedly denounc
actual mailing out of the Blease letter need,
tempt to elect Senator Smith was the circula
a Bleaseite, these being circulated among
ning on a "wet" platform, financed by the
leliberate and premediated distortion of ficts.
My fists are doubled. I am in the fight.
ACTIONALISM EXCEPT TO
1ITH FROM DEFEAT ?
-HOW IT WAS WORKED:
AVITS HAVE, BEEN RECEIVED FROM
OWING THAT TACTICS SIMILAR TO
VING LETTER WERE EMPLOYED BY
Olar, S. C., September 1, 1920.
on you all over this part of the state at the
itional,.so you could not answer. One was that
-es me that the one and best plan, and the
,nd framed up by Blease, and Smith, or their
he had in this part of the State, and I imagine
Lying that he did not think a new senator
rote for Smith. This was signed, "Yours in
couriers were out all over the county to say
ly see that the plan was to get the Bleaseites,
> vote for Smith, and then circulated the re
>r you to answer, that you were a Bleaseite
te against you and for Smith, thereby giving
rotes. Now if you want them I can give you
pie at Olar, and also to other parts of ~
(Signed) C. F. RIZER.
F THE PUDDING
Columbia, S. C., August 9, 1920.
found your letter of August 6. I have
ate the motive that prompted it. I also
~e it. I thank you very much for your
Very sincerely yours,
(Signed) E. D..SMITH.
i the merit of the man and on the Issues of the
~Compromise, nor through Appeal that
Old Factionalism, the old Animosities and the
we who believe in fair play and open dealing
social inter-course, let us turn our faces to thee
luarely, honestly, courageously. It lies plainf
second primary on Tuesday, September 14. It
ical fortunes, the electorate of South Carolina
compromise made and the tactics employed.
ii, but I expect to be in on the finish of the
th a clean fight to the endl.
.WESTON SAY IN THEIR STATEMENTS
YTHNG THAT CONSTITUTES A D)ENIAL
SE BEFORE THlE PUBLIC.
leventh-hour frame-ups, reports or dnials of