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-SENATE VOTES,7FOR A
WOULD PLACE LIEN ON AUTOMO
BILE FOR DAMAGES.
Fertilizer Bills Recei e Attention in
House-arriage Liceuse Bill
Reaches the House.
Columbia, Jan. 23.-The senate on
Ffiday voted in favor of a 30-day ses-.:
sion of the general assembly, passing
and sending to the house a concurrent
resolution providing for the general'
assembly to adjourn sine die February 1
Senator Lide, author of the resolu
tion, called it up after the re,ding of
the Calendar &nd a long debate ensued.
Senator Lide urged the adoption of
the resolution being warmly Zeconded
by a number of other senators, while '
apparently the opposition waz just as!'
strong. On a motion to strike out the
resolving words, the senate by a vote
of 20 to 16 refused to strike out and
the resolution was then passed. It is i
9ow up to the house to say whether C
or not it wants a 30-day session. t
Woe be unto those who carelessly
rin automobiles, if the bill '.hat Sat
-drday passed the senate likewiAse goes
through the houste.
As :at first introduced by Senator
farlisle, of Spartanburg, the bill pro
"When a motor Mhidle is operated
in violation of -law, or negligently and
taoelessly, and when a person receives
personal, injury thereby, or when a
buggy, or wagon or qbher property is
anmaged thereby, the damages done
*o such person or property shall be
and constitute a .lien next in priority
to the lien for State And county taxes
upon sich motor vehicle, recoverable
in any court of competent jurisdiotion, f
and the erson sustaining such dam
ag shall have a right to attach said 1
motor vehicle in the manner provided I
by law for attachm-ents in this State." I
Satftrday, upon, motion of the sena
tor from Oconee, the bill was so
amended that if an- automobile is I
<taken from under lock and kiey the t
* owner shaHl not be liable for any in-C
jury under this act.
"Circus" Bill Passed.
Senator Mauldin's bill th&at circuses
be not allowed to show within two
nliles of the corporiate limits of a t6wn
or industrial community, 'without first
seenmzing the consent of thies mayor or
intendant, was passed with the amend-.
-ment that shows at county fairs be not
affected by the bill..
Dead Animas'and Poultry.
Mr. Sumnmers'q bil- reqiring the
buryis~g or burning of all diead animals
and poultry was passed.
* ~ A bill, intro4u'ced by Senftor Green,
* of Marlboro, j>rovides that al -able
* 'boded male convicts shall be sentenc
* ed to hard :.T ."n the 1. i- works
in the county in which such convic
tions o0cur without regaid to theI
Also that in any case the presidingT.
atdge shall have th:e power, by spe
cial order,~ to direct that any person
convicheid before him shall be confined
in the Sate penitentiary, if it is con
* ~ sidered unsafe or unwise for such con-I
viet sto be sent to the county chain
The law now provides, except in
certain exceptions, that the limit is ten.
years for couitty gangs.
."Water Cooler" Bill.
* In 'the senate on Saturday the fol-,
lowing 'bill was introduced by Sena-,
Section 1. That from and after the
passage of this act the railroad com
mission of the State of South Carolina
- is hereby authorized and empowered
with- authority to req'uire all railroads
operatinrg in the State of South Caro
lina to equip each and every coach
* with sanitary water coolers and drink
ing cups, attached to said-coaches, and
said railroad commission is hereby
further empowered with authority to]
require the said railroaids to locate
said water coolers and cups in said
coaches as in their judgment will be
to the liest advantage and comfort, of
Section 2. That any railtroad refus
ing to comply with the order of the
railroad commnission that may be pass
ed in pursuance or Section 1 o.f this
act shall be subject to a penalty of
$500 to be collected by suit to be in
stituted by said railroad commission
Through the attorney general1 of this
'i'n the house on Saturday Mr. Horl
beck, of Charleston, wished to commit
K. P. Smith's bill on fertilizers as cer
tain manufacturers wished to be
heard. However, Mr. Smith declared
that no hearing before a committee~
could throw any light on this subject
and the motion was voted down. The
. bill was then acted upon favorably,
being giver~ reWing.
Eactinrrrs to use a piacard on the bags
of fertilizers stating that the am
rnonia in the contents was either or
ganic or minera:l. Mr. Smith declared
that this law is being ievaded by fthE
rnanufacturers who merely say "mix
ed." With this explanation the housE
passed the bill which adds a provisc
to the act of 1910 so that as amended
it shall read:
Section 1. That in addition to thE
analysis now requirod -by law to be
printed on bags or barrels of fertili
7ers, there shall be a further state
ment setting forth the source from
which the ammonia. and potash in said
!ertilizer was derived, stating whether
he ammonia is organic or mineral,
md whether the potash is muriate or
,ulphate, be printed on bags, ba4els
)r tags attached to bags or barrels:
Provided, That when the analysis
hows that the- amn ania is derived
rom both organic and mineral, then
he relative proportions of each must
Another Fertilizer Bill.
There was another fertilizer bill
vhich created some- discussion, but it
oo passed second reading-Mr. Chau
ter's bill to require Clemson coliege
o analyze fertilizers without requir
ng purchaser to furnish name of
DanUfacturer or to give manufactur
Control Over Liquors..
The house agreed to Senator Car
isle's resolution. indorsing the Miller
-urtiss bill in congress as ,to States
aving full control over all liquors
vitin its borders, whether domestic
Clemson's Pork Barrel.
There was an unfavorable report on
dr. Mitchum's bill relative to the
anount of money to be expended at
'Jemson college, but the bI1'l goes on
Wednesday for Elections.
Mr. Wells's concurrent resolution,
Lxng Wednesd:ay, the 25th day of
Panuary, A. D. 1911, at 12 m., ,for the
mpose of electing a judge for the
,rst judicial circuit, for the unex
ired term of C. G. Dantzler, deceas
)d; a code commissioner for ten
rea;rs; superintendent of . the State
>eitentiary and' three directors; a
rstee for Wintbhrop Normal and In
Lustrial college for the unexpired
erm of A. 'M. Lee, deceased, and a
rustee for Clemso&n Agricultural and
decanical college for the unexglred
erm 'of Jese H. Hardin, deceased,
gas adopted .by the house on Saturday
ind sent to the segnate.
Four Year Terms.
Debate was adjourned on Mr. Kib
o's bill to give ~four years terms to
tditors and treasurers. He explain
ad hat in Newberry county this ex
periment bad been tried with great
success and he wishes to see the whole
tate 'benefited. in like measure. A
good ,official s'houl be retained in, of
ce without the hectoring of a cam
aign every two years, but a dishon
ast official can be relieved of his corn
iission at any timie.
Memnberg wished to exempt their
:ounties 'and debate was adjouined.
Kfarriae License Bill Passes Senated
After a str'ong protest against the
bill by Senator Strait, of Lancaster,
the senate- on Friday night passed
Benator Carlisle's .bil requiring -nar
rige licenses. The zonator defendedi
'traditions" and ridiculed the mar
riage license idea, favoring instead
regisraation of marriages. He said the
p-roposed legislat!ion is not Denxocra
ic. He introduced an amendment,
with the re.gistration idea prominent,
a-ut the senate, by a vote of 20 to it,
[aid the amendment on the table and
:he bill was orderedi passed and sent
:o the -house.
For Aid to M[edical College.
To give to the Medical College oi
ou'th Carolina State aid to the extent
> $10,000 annually and fourteen
cholarships in that institution, is the
bject of a bill introduced in the sen
ste on Friday by Senator Huger Sink
.er, of Charleston.
CORN BREEDERS' ASSOCIATION.
President Hudson Announces 3leeting
to be Held in Columbia on Jan
The following letter has been re
eived by The Herald and sews:
The annual meeting of the Corn
Breeders' association of South aro
[ia will -be held in the office of Corn
imissioner Watson in the Pa;1mettc
bank building, on January 26. A grea1
many.miatters of importance will co-mE
ap and I -urge that you be present and
bring 'with you any number -that may
be interested in the work.
Hoping to have the pleasure of see
ing you at that time, and with bes
wishes, I am,
Very truly yours,
Alex. D. Hudson,
Mrs. Lushman-Aren't you ashame<
to come home in this condition ?
Lushman-'Shamed? Wom'n, I ai'
The Plumbing in
or any new work put in your hous
should be the very best. We us
Haynes, Jones & Gadberry fix
tures. There is no better on th
market, and our work is guaran
teed to give satisfaction. We wil
be -pleased to give you an estimate
H. B. WELLS.
Transfer Headquarters. We hat
anything. 'Phone us.
Happy New Year
Thanking my many .custo
mers for their generous pat
ronage in the past, and wish
ing all the readers of this paper
a happy and prosperous New
Malone's Music House,
Columbia, S. C.
Dealers in High Grade
Pianos and Organs.
ASSESSMENT OF PERSONAL PROF
ERTY FOR FISCAL YEAR 1911.
I, or an authorized agent, will' b
at the following places named beloi
for the purpose of taking returns o
personal property for fiscal year 1911
Newberry, January 1 to 10, inclu
Kinards, Wednesday, Jan. 11
Whitmire, Thursdaf' and Friday
January 12 and 13.
Jolly Street, Mondayj Jan. 16.
Pomaria, Tuesday,' Jan. 17.
Walton, Wednesday, Jan. 18.
Glymp'hvllle, Thurisday, Jan. 19.
Maybinton, Friday, Jan. 20.
Prosperity, Monday and Tuesda3
Jan. 23 and 24..
Little Mountain, Wedniesday, Jai
O'Neall, Thursday, Jan. 26.
St. Liikes, Friday, Jan. 27.
Longshores, Monday, Jan. 30.
Silverstreet, Tuesday, Jan. 31.
Chappells, Wednesday, Feb. 1.
And at Newberry until February 21
after which date a penalty of 50 pe
cent will be added against all person!
firms, or corporations falling to mali
The law requires a tax to be chart
ed on all moneys, notes and mori
gages, also an income tax on gros
incomes in excess of $2.500.
There shiall be a capitation tax <
fifty cents on all dogs, the proceed
to be expended for school purpose:
Dogs, not returned for taxation sha:
not be considered as property in an
of the courts of this State.
A111 male persons between the age
of 21 and 60' year;i are liable- to pa
poll tax, except Confederate soldieri
or 'those persons incapabte 'of eart
Ing a support from being maimed c
from any other cause.'
Nothing but personal property Is t
be assessed this year, but all person
who have bought or sold any, real es
tate since last return are required t
note such transfers on their return
All property must be assessed "a
its true vTalue," which is coiistrued t
mean "the sum of money for whic
such ,property. under ordinary cii
cumtances, would sell for cash."
IPlease do not ask that your proj
erty be taken from the auditor's dt
plicate the same as last return, fc
the law requires that all propert
must be listed on regular tax retur
blanks an dsigned and sworn to b
person listing same.
Namec of township and school die
trict must be given on every returi
Eug. S. Werts,
Auditor Newberry County.
Newberry, S. C.
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enough. I tried everything I cou]
hear of, for my cough, and was und
the treatment of the best doctor
Georgetown, S. C., for a year, b1
could get no i-elief. A friend advist
me to try Dr. King's Ne.w Discoveiry.
did so, and was completely cured.
feel that I owe my life to this gre:
thrdat and lung cure." Its positive.
guaranteed for coughs, co-lds, anid a
bronichia:1 affections. 50c ad $1.0
Trial bottle free at W. E. Pelham
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