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Sroduce Many Bills-Unfavorable
Report on Measure to Allow Fra
ternities in State Schools.
COLUMBIA, Jan. 23.-The House
'of Representatives today got down
to its day of real progress in legisla
tion this session. It practically
cleared its calendar and. the desk of
Speaker Cothran of all routine mater.
More new bills werd introduced today
than the balance of the days of the
present session combined.
When the quetsion came up on a
motion to adjourn until 8:30 o'clock
Monday night,, there was a storm of
protest from certain members of the
House. They claimed that there was
entirely too much latitude in adjourn
ment and a waste of time. They
stated that, if the members remained
.in Columbia, a full week, and worked,
then they would finish well within the
allotted forty days and go honge. The
House, however, adjourned until Mon
day night by a vote of 68 to 34.
After considerable debate the meas
ure preventing educators from teach
ing in the public schools of the State
when infected with tuberculosis was
sent to third reading by a large vote.
The bill requiring ill vehicles to
stop at railroad crossings was re
The measure taking' the South Caro
lina School for the Deaf, Dumb and
Blind at Cedar Spring from under the
control of the State Board of Chari
ties and Corrections wts given its
The bill which has passed the Sen
ate allowing hail insurance companies
to take liens on crops for the pay
ment of premiums, however protect
ing the first liens of landlords, was
received by the i-louse today.
Mr. Pasley, of Orangeburg, intro
duced a bill providing that all tele
graph and telephone messages orig
inating and ending in this State shall
be sent by the shortest route in the
Mr. Buckingham, of Aiken, intro
duced a, resolution putting into a ref
erendum of the general election the
repealing of the constitutional clause
which authorizes relatives of a per
F iery Itching and
Skin Is a M
Sure Speedy Relief in S. S. S.
Why suffer from these persistent j
tortures when it is so easy and
costs so little to do as thousands
of others have done and get relief
through S. S. S.? It is now well
known that eczema and other skin
troubles conic from impure blood.,
By giving the blood a thorough
cleansing you not only get sure c
and speedy relief but you also Iy
build up the syst en and renew
your vigor and vitality. 1
T re s dvahngtaie
thang ofo our goos, so
vycortnally in ving. od
county in which the lynching occurret
and for the county to use the lynchers
for the return of this money.
Mr. Burgeson, of Charleston, intro
luced a bill requiring all banks t<
send to their depositors a statemeni
f their accounts at least once a year
Mr. Stone, of Anderson, would re.
:uire all textile manufacturing es.
bablishments to allow their operators
it least one hour for luncheon.
The committee on education made
in unfavorable report on the bill re.
auiring the teaching of fire preven
tion in the public schools.
The bill repealing the law prohibi.
iting Greek letter fraternities in the
State institutions of higher learning
was given an unfavorable report by
;he committtee on education. This
neasure is being sponsored by th(
student body of the University of
A large number of purely local bills
wvere given their third' reading in the
HOUSE WOULD TAX
The lower house of the general as
sembly yesterday sent to third reading
;he Barnwell bill levying a tax of
41.25 a head on au (logs in the state
l'his measure was brought over fron
ast year. 'The money to be derived
fro Athe dog licenses will go into th<
school fund. Failure to return a dog
mnder the provisions of the bill woulc
)e a misdemeanor, punishable by fine
)f not less than $10 nor more than $2(
Ine-half of the amounts collected ir
Ines would go to the persons report
ng the failure to return the (logs. A
petal tag is to be given on the pay
nent of the license and this will be
equired to be put on the collar of thc
log. The vote was 70 for the measur<
md 24 against.
The bill occasioned only brief dis.
:ussion this year. It was generally
onceded that the measure was essen.
.ial to the establishment of sheer
aising in the state, as well as ridding
he various communities of many
An effort was made to amend thc
neasure so as to exempt cities from
he provisions of the bill, but this
amendment was defeated by an over
vhelming vote. The bill reads:
This good medicine has stood
he test of 50 years as the greatest
lood purifier known. It is guar
ntced entirely free from minerals
f any kind.
The experience of others has
stablished tie unfailing merits of
. S. S, and there's no question
bout the wisdom of your giving it
thorough trial. All reputable
Iruggists sell it. If in doubt as to
'our case write to Medical Ad
isor, Swift Specific Co., Dept. 54,
gives us more pleasure
-egardless of whether or
e uniform ex
triety of choice,
~ective advertising is the
your in~spctionl is most
-WLS -*7INK OF
ul coal in es, and~ ofther unsettled
eur material, but we have been
.ock-of Pipe, Fittings, etc.
Colamian . C.
30 x 3/2 Goodye'
"Sect ion 1. Thf from and after the I son
passage of this act there shall be lev- Am
icd on all (logs in the state of South nigi
Carolin an annual tax of $1.25 per frog
"Sec. 2. That upon the payment of P((l
said annual tax of $1t.25 by the owner foti
of any dog in the state, the county bed
treasurer shall issue to the saidl own- lo('l
er a receipt therefor and a metal tag (isc
marked 'do"' ta-x' and the year for the]
whliiclh it is issuedt.ad
"Sec. 3. Tlhat, every owner of a dlog gil
shall be requ iredl 1o collar and place wh
the aforesaid (log tax upon the sa id sai
"'Sec. 4. Any perison failing or re. lhe'
fusing to return and pay the tax a fore C"i
s a id shall be deemed guilt~y of a miis-m
dem~ieaor, and, upon conviction there-.
of, sha'l he fined not less than $10 nor
more than $20, one-half of which shall
go to the pierson r'epoeting said fail -
ure to pay .said tax and one-half to theyp
nubl ic school fund in whiiich said (dere- 1101
l iet occurs-'5 thnr
"'Sec. 5. That this act shall go into it
('flect iminmediately upon01 its appr)1oval fed,
by the governor."' sia
GO)VFlNOR~ IIEM10VES eanel
Governor Cooper yesterday revoked.
the commission of J1. Olin Sanderis as
sheriti' of Anoderson county and ap-l
pointed in hiis stead Chariles G uerdon
King. The r'emoval wvas incident to
alleged improper c'onduct of the officer
October 1 (, 1919. Recently Gover nor
Cooper <\rder'ed iri. Sanders to come
to Columbia and show caiuse why he
should not he removed.
Authority for' the removal is base d
on Sec. 695, volume I of the code,
whIich requires the governor to fill
the office of sheriff when a vacancyV
occurs, and also gives the authority
to remo0ve 0 a appointee. Sanders was
appointed sheriff by Governor Cooper
last February upon the resignation of
formier Sheriff ,Joe A sley.
The followving aflidavit from E. M
O'Bryant, former ploliceman in Anider'
son, was subminiit ted to the gov-enor0
relative to the condluct of Sanders:
"Before me comes E. M1. O'Bryanit,
who being duly swvorn, says that for
many months prior to October 161, 1919:
lie wnas polieman fore ci u ty Af
cars a high rela
in the famous
In addition to il
factures an ave
a day in the
Last year mor<
than with any 4
small car, at ti
r Douhle-Cure $ ,O0 G ooI ear U
crTread.......... \Viy enlany
r Single.Cure $ 6 I a''u. v lOii
T r e a d ................ - - -- 's m m .
lynched to collect $2,000 from the presen
lerson, S. (., that on or about the bedside
it of October 16, 1919, while away for ju<
n his home in said city, on duty, he of the
occasion to go to his hone unex- time ji
wdly; that upon arriving there he ( 'apt
1( that his wife was not in their county
oomn, but toundl atnot her biedriom Gem-r-i
ed,. andl dlemand(ing ad Imitta:nce, he Ithe ei
ove'redl SheitTU .1. 01lin Sandlers in hodyl
-e wvithi (deonen t's wife and both
itt ed that they had there bhen tI
ty oif ill ic it sexual relations; that
n deponent entered the room , the
Sandlers cove red him wi th a pis-.
tol him, dep'lonen't, if h'' mov''l -
vouihl kill1 him, and kept deponent A.
'redl with the lpisto until lhe e
nders ) le ft the house.
-' lCEREATCl~ O)I'l IC ICI P
(I,.l.\ll~D BY l)EA'ATIt
thiat, Jlan. '8 .----Capt;. TJlomas Mt.
p died at the ('onfederate Soldiers
ie here to lay, at the age' ot ninety
wvas for tlhe love of t he' obl Con.- -
'rate solier that Bill Yopp, ('x
e, has for thle paist ten years an
lly colleeted dimes and hroui'ht
m inmt of thc home a Chr iisa
>urces and scrupuk
in Goodyear Tires f
tive value not exceec
; Goodyear Cords
:s larger sizes, Goodye;
rage of 20,000 small
world's largest tire
to the 30x3-, 30x:
small cars using tF
juipped with Goody
worth is available
t, Dort, Maxwell,
v nearest Goodyeai
there for these ti
y Tourist Tubes.
mvy Tuirist Tb.es are built to
r t good e1:.:, wi ih a cht a tot
t .'';be - c'o t li . la .i,-e, th..n t..
"Ten Cent BiIl' was at the
whIenI his former master dlied,
At three lays ago the trustees
homne gave the old negro a life
Y~Opp was horni in I ,aurens.
GeoriIgia, of a distinguishled
f am ily, and servedi toughout
ii war, with IUill Yopi afs his
CHESTER S PILLS
Till: 3i1A.iDNi) lllRA NI.A
yer k' wn s .e ll. f .t.,: Atwy1 Rea'
SOLD0 BY IIRUJGISTS EVER1Y WERE
J)NO. G;. D)INKINS
llIANTl & ELFii
A f torneys at Law
.i 'SIANIN, S. C.
? ADH AM 'S
di Duroc Jerse)
~ANNING. S. C.
R. O. Purdy. S. Oliver O'Bryan
PURDY & O'BRYAN
At torneys and Counselors at Law.
MANNING. S. C.
Attorney at Law
MA.*NNING,. S. C.
Loans Negot iated' on1 Real Est ate
I)R. .L. A. ('O LE,
M1ANNING, S. C.
Upst airs Over Weinberg's Corner
MON JsY TO LO.\N
.1. W. WIIlAN
MANNING, S. C.
MAN.,iN'G, S. C.