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SYNOPSIS OF WORK OF
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night, in short order the act provid
ing for rural police for Cherokee coun
ty and the act relating to the Indus
trial School at Florence. The firsi
was passed unanimously, and the sec
ond 35 to 1, the lone vote to sustair
the veto being cast by Senator Strait
of Lancaster. Both of these have al
ready been passed by the house ovei
the veto and they are now enactec
into law. Other vetoed measures wil:
be considered tomorrow.
The senate by a vote of 20 to 17 re
fused to kill the bill permitting Or
angeburg county to vote on the ques
tion of re-establishing the dispensary
A discussion of the whole liquoi
question was then launched and wa;
in course of debate when the senat
adopted a motion, offered by Senatoi
Lawson, and adjourned to meet to
morrow at 11 a. m.
By a vote of 29 to 8 the senatt
adopted the motion of Senator Stew
art and killed the bill permitting
trains of solid freight cars to rur
through the State on Sunday. Thf
York county senator made a strong
plea for Sabbath observance in calling
on the senate to kill the bill.
The senate this morning defeated
all attempts to forestall or change the
anti-cigarette bill of the senator fron
Bdgefield, voted down all proposec
amendments by two to one vote, re
fused a stringent measure offered b3
Senator Appelt making it a misde
meanor to smoke a cigarette and pass
ed the anti-cigarette bill to third read
ing, it emerging unscathed from the
assaults of the opponents. Senato3
Lawson, of Darlington county, one oj
the tobacco raising counties gave no
tice of general amendments to the bil:
on third reading, which i- nothinj
more than a notice that the figh1
would be renewed before the bill lef
the upper chamber. The senate wen
on record as favoring the bill 27 t<
11 in voting down an amendmen
which would have defeated the presen
measure. It will undoubtedly be en
acted into law if the house is as mudl
against cigarette smoking as the up
Senator Hardin's bill raising assist
ant professors in Clemson college t<
the rank of full professors passed an<
was sent over to the house. Senato:
Stuickey's bill relating to the employ
ment of an auditing company to ex
-amine yearly the books of all Stat
officers provoked some discussion
Senator Laney thought the presen
method 'of having the examninatiot
made by the legislative committe th
best, while Senator Lawson, the sen
ate member of the legislative commit
tee, was of the opinion that the com
mittee ought to be empowered to ex
a.mine all State officers books and b
allowed to employ an expert account
ant whenever desired. Debate On thi
measure was finally adjourned unti
Seniator W. J. Johnson's bill to sub
istituite -electrocution for hanging pass
ed third breading and was sent to th
Sloan's Liniment is a relia
ble r~emedy for any kind of
horse lameness. Will kill the
growth of spavin, curb or splint,
absorb enlargements, and is
excellent for sweeny, fistula
-"'I used Sloan's Liniment on a mule for'
thigh lameness,' and cured her. I am.
bevrer without a bottle of your liniment;
have bought more of it than any other
remedy for pains." BAI.Y KiRBY,
"Sloan's Liniment is the best made. I
have remo,ved very large shoe boils off a
horse with it.[f have killed a quarter
crack on a mare that was awfully bad. I
have also healed raw, sore necks on three
horses. I have heale d grease heel on a
mare that could hardl walk."
ANmTRONY G. Iz I E, Oaklan, Pa.,
is good for all farm stock.
?sMy hogs had ho .cholera three days
before we got your linment, which I was
advised to try I have used it no v for
three .days and my hogs are almost 'veil.
One hog died before I .got the linin.ent,
but I have not lost any stuce."
A. J. McCAitTUY, Idaville, Ird.
Sloan's Back on Horses,
Cattle, Hogs and Poultry
sent free. Address
Dr. EarlS. Sloan
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house. During debate on the measure
Senator Young went on record as be
ing opposed to capital punishment,
but thought that if it must be in vogue
the old method of public hanging was
better than electrocution. Other sen
ators, including Senators Carlisle and
Green, argued for the passage of the
bill as a more humane and progres
sive step than the present system, and
the senate finally endorsed it by an
A concurrent resolution was offer
ed by Senator Wharton providing for
the appointment of a commission to
'take charge of the arrangements for
this State to participate in the 50th an
niversary of the battle of Gettysburg.
Consideration was postponed until to
Only unconested matters were con
sidered when the senate first conven
ed, and the calendar was cleared of
a large number of local matters. The
following were passed third reading
and sent to the house: Mr. T. J. Maul
din's bill providing that the minority,
insanity or other disability of one or
more tenants in common in land shall
not prevent the running of the Statute
Senate Kills -Bill Providing For its
Abolition-Vote Recorded 22
Columbia, Jan. 24.-The senate
cleared the calendar of a large number
of uncontested matters this morning,
held a long debate on the department
of agriculture, killing the -bill which
proposed to abolish the department;
listened to an address by Judge Alton
B. Parker, of New York; heard a long
message from the governor relative to
his controversy with certain Northern
papers on the burning of Columbia,
and at 2 o'clock recessed until 8 p. m.
It also restored to the calendar the
bill it killed last night, permitting
trains of solid freight cars to be run
through the State on Sunday and re
ferred the bill to the committee on
t railroads, which met this afternoon.
- Message From Governor.
1 It was just as Judge Parker con
cluded his address that a message was
announced from~ the governor. The
.message concerned the articles the
governor had written the Northern
papers relative to the burning of Co
lumbia by Sherman and the "Yankee
army" in 1863, and was a long docu
ment, which took almost half an hour
to read. When the reading clerk was
about half way through it Senator
Crosson objected to further reading,
saying that most of the iniormation
contained in it was found in Thomp
-son's footnotes. But the reading pro
ceeded a little further when Senator
Weston interrupted and .moved that
-the further reading be dispensed with
Iand the message printed in the Jour
-Inal. The Richland senator said this
was no discourtesy to the governor,
tha the senate did not read the mes
sage from the compt- -~.r general.
S enator Clifton insisted that the mnes
-!sage be ree.d and the senate voted to
lay the Richland senator's- motion on
the table. The reading was then con-I
cluded, but not without a good many
interections and side comments by
the senators. The Northern editors,I
who insisted that Sherman did not
burn Columbia, were denounced "by
the message as a set of liars.
Bills to the House.
Important matters which were pass
ed and sent to the house this morning
Senator Black's bill making it a mis
'demeanor to collect or attempt to col
lect any chatt'el mortgage debt already
Mr. Earle's bill rNl&tiiig to jury
trials in towns of less than 1,000 in
Mr. Laney's bill creating .a State
crop pest commissioner.
Senator Montgomery's bill providing
for rural policemen in counties not al
ready having them was killed, as was
Senator Christensen's bill to establish
a State board of charities. Senator
'Green's bill abolishing the department
of agriculture, commerce and indus
tries was killed on motion of the au
thor, and the same fate met Mr. Stuck
ey bill exempting building and loan
asso4dtions in towns of less than 5,
000 inhabitants from taxatio'n.I
In additiGs to- these a large nulbber
of local matter's were passed and sent
to the house.
Game Warden Bill Killed.
Columbia, Jan. 24.-After consider
able argument and debate, the house
tonight killed a joint resoldtion offer-1
ing to provide for the comp~ensation
of James Henry Rice, Jr., acting chief
game warden, for the fiscal year 1910,
y paing Mr. Rice $1,950. During the
d iscussion some of the members ai&
gued that this amount had been paid
Mr. Rice by the Audubon society, col
taken throughout the State, and th
sentiment of the house seemed not ir
favor of again taxing the people t<
this extent. By a vote of 62 to 43
motion to strike out the resolving
words of the resolution was carried.
TO SUBPOENA T. B. FELDER?
Dispensary Investigating Commite
Preparing for Work.
Columbia, Jan. 24.--The committe(
of the senate and bouse, consisting o:
Senators Carlisle, Clifton and Sulli
van, and Representatives Cary, Evan,
and W. L. Daniel, which will investi
gate the old dispensary and every
thing in connection therewith, wil
probably meet and organize tomorrow
It is said the committee will probabl3
subpoena T. B. Felder to appear an
tell of the charges he has mad,
against the governor.
The committee is expected to gel
down to work at once and proceed tc
make a thorough investigation.
Attacks School Principal.
A severe attack on school principal
Chas. B. Allen, of Sylvania. Ga., is thu
told by him. "For more than threr
years,'" he writes, "I suffered indescri
bable torture from rheumatism, live
and stomach trouble and diseased kid.
neys. All remedies failed till I usec
Electric Bitters, but four bottles o:
this wonderful remedy cured me com
pletely." Such results are common
Thousands bless them for curing stom
ach trouble, female complaints, kid
ney disorders, billiousness, and foi
new health and vigor. Try them. Onl:
50c. at W. E. Pelham's.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR FIN
The undersigned will apply to the
Judge of Probate for Newberry count
on Monday, January 15, 1912, at noon
for letters dismissory as administratoi
of the personal estate of Owen McRa(
Robert McCaughrin Holmes,
Kills a Murderer.
A merciless murderer is Appendici.
tis with many victims, but Dr. King',
New Life Pills kill it by prevention
They gently stimulate stomach, livei
and bowels, preventing that cloggin
that invites appendicitis, curing con
stipation, headache, billiousnese
'hils. 2be. at W. E. Pehari's.
ASSESSMENT OF PERSONAL PROP
EETi FOR FISCAL TEAR 1912.
I, or an authorized agent, will be
at the following places r.amed belov
for the purpose of taking returas o
personal property for fiscal year ti12
Newberry, January 1 to 9, inclusive
Kinard, Wednesday, January 10.
Whitmire, Thursday and . Friday
January 11 and 12.
Jolly Street, Monday, January 15.
Pomaria, Tuesday, January 16.
Walton, Wednesday, January 17.
Glymphville, Thursday, January 18
Maybinton, Friday, January 19.
Prosperity, Monday and Tuesday
January 22 and 23.
Little Mountain, Wednesday, Janu
O'Neall, Thursday, January 25.
St. Lukes, Friday, January 26.
Longshores, Monday, January 29.
Silverstreet, Tuesday, January 30.
Chappells, Wednesday, January 31.
And at Newberry until February 20
after which date a penalty of 50 pe:
cent. will be added against all persons
nrms or corporations failing to maki
The law requires a tax to be charg
ed on all moneys, notes and mort
gages, also an income tax on gross in
comes in excess of $2,500.
There shall be a capitation tax o:
fty cents on all dogs, the proceeds
to be expended for school purposes
Dogs not returned for taxation shal
not be considered as property in an.:
of the Courts of this State.
1li miale pyersong betirenu the ages
f 21 and 60 yeai's are liable to pay
poll tax, excenit ddtffderate stildiers
or those persons ined#dible of etarnitis
a support from beifYg maimaed 6'
from any other cause.
Nothing but personal pro'pe'rt i~s
be assessed this year, but all ##romn
who have bought or sold any reild ee
tate since last return are required' tc
note such transfers on their return:
All property must be assessed "al
its true value," which is construed tc
mean "the sum of money for whici3
such property, under ordinary cir
cumtances, would sell for cash."
Please do not ask that your prop
erty be taken from the auditor's du
plicate the same as last return, foI
the law requires that all property
must be listed on regular tax returr
blanks and signed and sworn to by
person listirig same.
Newberry. S. C.
Name of township and school dis
trict must be given on every return
. EUTG. 3. WERTS,
the crop is F
Few soils I
. fertile when
upon its ferti
from the soil
and less of
t The fertili:
We could c
UIA " the difference
"4,in plant foods
S:.: treputation ou
"s: The ;bount
Write us n
would have ti
y,; NE R S'A : I tIM A Interstb
Pale-faced, weak, and
shaky women-who suffer
-every day with womanly
weakness-need the help
r of a gentle tonic, with
a building action on the ramis g
womanly system. If you are tain no opium
weak-you need Cardul, nine, mercur
the woman's tonic, because dangerous 0
Cardul will act directly on drg.Th ,"
the cause of your trouble. Wihyu' .
Cardui has a record of dan
more than 50 years of
success. It muust be good.
fa AR UIK.-s:I:jl aw
,The Woman's Tonmc Darmnvil a
I or Iieii-i Q
Mrs. Effie Graham, of I m* img
Willard, Ky., says: "I lr wablge,
was so weak I could .IaPr
hardly go. I suffered, couisli
nearly every month, for 3 1m'e'dN's Y
years. When I began to Brown, 635 N.
take Cardui, my back hurt -For 18 years
awfully. I only weighed thegreatr pa
99 pounds. Not long after i now waiix ab
I weighed 115. Now, i e .
do all my work, and am chocowine.:,
in good healtht." Begin it will
taking Cardul, today.
STOPS THAT ITCH
I'you aire suffering from Eczemi,
-Paoriasis or any other kind of skin
trouble, drop into our store for in
stant relief. We will guarantee you
tow stopot c Oil of Wicnter
A 25c trial bottle will prove it.
We have sold other remedies for
skin troubles, but none that we could
recommend more highly than the well OTCO
gre,Tiio adafew other m'- Friie
greiens tathave wrought such won
derful cures all over the country. GERMOF:
'rclitompou wilnool and h .the Ammonia and P
iteli7, brning skin as nothing else
o:axi det a regular bottle and see--ozi
ear nd-hpay offer..
' Gilder & Weeks.
Our New Descriptive Catalog
is fully uip-to-date, and tells all f
about the best -
Garden and ~'
Every farmer and gardener
should have a copy of this cata-.
log, which has long beern recog
nized as a standard authority,
for the full and complete infor
mation which it gives.
We are headquarters for .
Grass and Clover Seeds, Seed
Potatoes, Seed Oats, Cow Peas,
Soja Beans and all Farm Seeds.
Wood's Descriptive Catalog mailed
free on request. Write for it.
T. W. WOOD & SONS,
Seedsmen. - Ricmnnd, Va. mamso
ULDN'T expea a half fed child to grow
and strong, .could you? Nor can a big
naking crop come from your soil, unless
:nown have enough plant foods to remain
cultivated. Exacting crops draw heavily
Phosphoric Acid and Potash are drawn
-some crops requiring a great deal of one
mother. Fertilizers must be mixed as
as a do?or's prescription to supply the
at are lacking, that the crop takes out.
ers made by us are conscientiously ; 'de.
heapen them, and analysis would not show
But we prefer to give you the utmost
for the price you pay. For we cQnsider
r richest asset.
iful yields of cotton-the mammoth yields
duced by. them, are winning for them
ow for information about the fertilizers of
s Chemical Corporation-mixed as you
Lem mixed-and the name of our nearest
dte Chemical Corporation,
RLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
iranteed under the You take no chances with your
drugs law to con- money either. for if you buy a
, morphine, strych- course of six bottles and are
., potash or other m. .'not benefitted you can get your
r h a b it forming money back for the asking. --
u take no chances ri DS No dispute no argument-yotr
dlth when you take are the judge. -
.s tak rleasure in recomI- i have been a great sufferer with
m f or Uiri A cid troubles. rheumatism and for several1 years un
, for.ner U.S. Postmaster, able to attend to my duties continu
o'sl-. Six bottles of Milam made a n.ew
Sman of me. Claude Curling, 549 E. Main
yeh ai' I ;iffered wit'i St.. Norfolk. Va,
t rtes nilable to Wik; I I spet over t3,0(0 for' zheuniatism wi~th
am withi great henefit; as nzb benefit whiatver unitil I trid Mil.azi.
t walk and suffern paO P t has done'all you elai*1 for Itiinm
ton, Abingdon, Va. eas LI. aVd3. corney' Chitte nd
afece m eat nili Lee Sts.;~ No Ik, Va. 3
affethtsct m thati For a ld standing ind .aggrdVntedi
bavn ithou sucan thatad case of rh m~ism:I-an?r g.ad-to say.I 'e~
berwia. Mrlmhs. made ceived more benefit fro:n the tiseof Milim.
t new. womamnd Mrs. J. than a'l the other tratmzent extendin~
It t,Rcmn,V. over a period cf ten years. C. P. Barger.
I ws cnfnedtomy ed With WV. l~Ritter Lumber Co., Huting~- ''
t ofied to myi~ reda ton, W. V~
to ten tam Gdsend to me. Since taking6 bottles of Milam myrheu~
ut mfarm-the swelling- matis:n is entirely gor.e. my complexion
nbs aztd joints reduced to and apnetite improved--I wouldn't take
F. L. Gristie, R. F. D. 1, 850 for the good it has gone me. A. Mc
. C. Bride, Danville, Va.
do you no good to put it off-nothing
to gain, all to lose. Act today.
t has Milamn or can get it vtry quickly from any drug jobber.
MILAM~ EDICINE CO., l ac., Dar2ville, Va. '.
tinued big yields apply Germofert i
s they do not make your land acid.
ERT FERTILIZERS are complete sources of PhdsphtIe Acid,
otash in varying grades. Yet, unlike most fertilizers they coutiia
no Sulphuric Acid. Thus they add to your land's yield wits
out subtra&ing from its sweetness and fertility.
Mote than this, GERkM(FTk FERTILIzER.
4coitaini valuable germicidal properties that tend
-to prornlote healthy plant life.
-furdredsffrfriefs are raising btggercerop~
-building up tdiekf lirati by their use.
To supply the big deiind.LoONNIMefrER'
FERTILIzERS we were compelled 6id 4 , nlew
plant last year three times as large as ot~Idy
- -There is a tested brand fote every crop. You
ofight to know about these'fertilizers. Pick up a
sheef di paper, NOw. Write and ask for: our
bcoklaf te1lng what these fert4eawil do for
a Germdfert Mani durin~
CHARLESTON,- SOUTI RLIA