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NOW S[MS LIK[LY
General Assembly to Sit More Than
MaUCII WORK AIIE.AI)
L.ower House Agitated Over Idea of
Continuing Beyond Customary
Membei S of thb lower hou.se of tit'
j n!era11;,;l a lbly ar: be'gi~ming to
light. ag.i:st the pos;ibi!ity of a es
sion extmd ing b'yon d.he coustom'iary
-0 days. Only tw:) more weeks of the
allotted p riod remain, and with th'e
general apl'1lpriition bill still in the
embryonic ;tate, anoth' " week mu.;t
elapse before this will like!v be pr'' "
entt'd for con: ideration.
When the ques;tion of ad jo-trume:nt!
for the week en: w-:is u:der ieb:te
yesterd:ay, some of the members were
strenuous in their opposition to ad
.oiurning on -'riay. which would pre
chide the possihility of other meet
ings of the ways and means commit
tee before nest Tuesday. "Ilub" ];vans
of Newberry was somewhat. caustic iI
Ii iS cii lISIO fIt the comm ittee. I t
wanted to see the house keep this com
mittee at work through Saturday.
Speaker Cothran emphasized that the
house was without authority to ltsig.
iate when the committee should meet.
The ma:jority finally voted to go home:
as so oiniy of t.he members are ill with
influenza and others have been called
home beea:e ~f the illness of niemo
bers of their families. It was thus
seen that a quorum wouli not lik iv
have been present at the proposei se..I
sign last night.. In the vote on ad- I
.iourning over until Monaay night, 39
voted to to hfomi aid 2S vfoteI to re
lain and keep working.
To Combat Influenza.
The but-- yestertlday approved a
resolution 'y Representative MleMil- I
Ian of (Charleston , authorizing the
governor to borrow $10,000, if so
much he necissary, for the state b"'ird
of health to Combat the influenza epi
(ite1i. The :;tate health authoriieys are t
without funds for this purpose and it $
was deemed advis~able to make some c
provision, in case an emergency shouhI
The house sent to third re(ading the
F'o!k bill tfo prev-ent fhibflrfen undler j If
years of age from driving aiutomleiIs it
This bill created a somewhat spirit.- t
ei debate1 and the vote on the question
of striking out the enacting wrds
was exCe(edingly cli'ce .L5 voting to Ire
tain, the measure and 32 to strike out
the enacting words. e
Lie Berry hill to impose a penalty I
of 1> per cent. on delintuent taxes K<
.January 1, instead of I per ient. Jan- to
unary 1, ole per cent lebruary J, and te
per cent. March 1. was killed by c,
a vote of 62 to 12. That some letgis- mf
Iation' is needed is evidenced by the
fact that the total tx( collected by (s
XY~i~iN you se
Thkinik of the del
a slice of fresh tot
Thati's the real it.
success of Lucky S
Toatstinug improves tol
as' brtead. And( that's
Tya Lucky Strike
FOUGHT HER IllS
Found TI anlac Relieved Her as Quickly
As It Did Friends
TOOK OTIIERS' ADVICE
Speaking Fron Experience, Anderson
Woman Says She Is G.lad to Re
commend TIantiac. g
'wenty- five years is a long time forl
anyone to contend with a physical ail
metnt, but Mrs. A. C. Allison, of :'
Market St., Anderson, says that dur
zig that many years she suffered with
a number of troubles before she began
taki'ig Tan h. which she said. soon
gave her relief. Now, in her endorse- t
meent of T1anlae, Mrs. Allison says "it
is a tfine medicine.'"
Discussing her troubles. her efforts "
to find relief ait the rrsults Tatlnhejc
gave her. Mrs. Allison says:
"I suflered with indigest ion, sleep
lussniess and tervous troubles. I had
no appetite and was broken down
genItrlly. I woul have had spells
of nervousness at times antid I lacked
strtigth and energy. I had been this
way for twent -five years and had
pent a small fortune trying to find
pernunent relief, bt failed. I an
rettinly well along in years, and I need
d a g eurrl tonic. My friends had
ld me' <o mutict ahont Tititltc and the
'elief it tgavie them, so I began taking
I'anlaie tyself. 'anlac broke up my
ndigestiion rinth ,.way, just as I was
old it, had done for others. My ner
:es became steady and I began to gain
trengthi. After taking a bottle or so
>f Tainlae I could sleep well. In all, :
tool four bottles of Tanlac. I know :
romt Imy own experience that Tanilac
s good for all such as I had, anit I an
!ad to recotmmend it. It, is a fine
Tat'hta', the M astet Medicine, is sold
v Dickson' )rutr Store. Manning;
. W. Nett lI's, Jordan; Shaw & Plow
''n. Ne'w Zion Farmers' Supply Co.,
Iver; I). 0. Rhame. Sumnerton.
1l etnd of last year was only about
((00,000 with more than $3.000,1000
arried over. It was contended that
many county auditors fail to impose
w penalties ald that there is great
ss incidenttt to this failure and that.
is unfair for some county oflicers
impose the penalties while others
Restricts Working Ilours
The Geral bill to prohibit emply
's in cotton mills from working morete l
ani 55 hoiurs a week was senit to the
tiate. Anthler cotton moill measure
treceive third reading and to he sent'
the senate was the Stone bill to
tmpell all cotton mill plants to allow
te hour for the midday meal.
The house adjourned at. 2:20 o'clock
til 8:30 o'clock next Monday night.
e this famous
hiink a minute!
Clou1s taste of
lea back of the
>acco) just as wellI
In the icy
suit of our
Try a pair
selling in s
or CROUP, COLDS, | S Ays
INFLUENZA & PNEUMONIA I
Mothers should keep a Jar of Brame's Vapomentba
lra eonvenlewj. Whens Croup. Influenza or Pneu.
eel., threatens this delightful salve rubbed well Into
e throat, chest and under the arms, will relieve the SJW1r
oking. break congelon and promote restful sleep. I l1lt(
wi.Ar si nim aimS
30e,6ea $1.20da aN this rN.
rae r C.N kero, N C,.fr
N cipal i
in a 1
you will apprec
is and wears t(
)ves and mittens
ties just now. N
rm when you wea
3 farm are idea
nbined in every
n't this a good re
)u should stock up 01
hole family now?
e are selling shoes tl
afore the sensational
e did not boost wi
ur prices are still dov
BEEF-CATTI, JUDGING pub
real need in agricultural regions tie
V is more widespread knowledge j e
L>w to judge live stock properly. feet
e the judging of the finest ani- heel
is likely to remain an art in for
h relatively few persons can at- tea(
the highest standing, nevertheless coal
ers as a whole should be thor'ough tin
miliar with the general principles cult
Idging stock. Knowledge of this tie.'
is a real asset. ! Pop
e art of judging beef cattle is of j
oundation of all beef-cattle shows Isug
dsot is largely thec men of eter- The
WE CAN SAVE'
BY MAKING YOUR
We are doing it for tho
not for you? We believe a
Hill Plumbing an
Next to Express Office.
and pay Highest
Scrap Iron, Brat
old Scrap Metalk
ber of al ldescrij
Lson why you
i shoes for the
iat we bought
rise in price.
th the others.
ttttti ttttttt utttt tttitttt
lie sales. It serves as a bisis for
y man who buys and raises cat
to seek improvement along well
ample score cards ft fat and
er-beef cattle and for breeding
cattle, together with a model card
comparative judging by class or
n, constitute part of the material
ained in a recent Farmers' Bulle
issued by the Department of Agri
ure, entitled "Judging Beef Cat
' The 21 pages of text discuss in
alar language the various features
udging been cattle, and it contains
~estions regarding their scoring.
bulletin may be had free upon re
Lsands of others-why,
trial will convince you.
cs and Dyers,
El Heating Co.
, S. C.
ind Fur Co.
winds of winter
warm and corn
:ind that fits, fee
of those new g1
uch large quantii
Fiands to keep wa
1g clothes for th<
d quality are coi
UT. S. FACES
ngfield, M ass., Feb. 8.-The toda
States is facing the worst fin- of h
crisis in its history, declared I Whil
.r Frederick I. Gillett, of the nIall
al house of Representatives, tajn
ternoon in an address here be- farm
,000 persons. The present high lY fa
f living, he said, is due largely I
greatly inflated conditions, due' "
floating debt of $4000,000,000 the I
isury certificates, and~ the prlin- andf
neanis of bringing it (down is by min
on the part of the public, wvith"'""
ernative that this country wvill '? tUt
panic similar to that of 1893.
i1i to the public, he said, to
e flue care andt eliminate luxu
a that the present conditions
the problem of years ago when
>vernmnent was forced to fight
the speaker said that, tofday
-sa faces a new qjuestionl, '"a
m wvhether the combination of
iployedt are not more threaten
our business life than that of n::ut
RECO)RDS ARE IIROK EN
nta, Feb). 8.- -Wholesale (try
concerns in the South (lift a
r business (turing the last year
.er* before, accordling to the
rep~ort of Norman II. Johnson,
hmnond, Vai., secretary of the
rn Wholesale Dry Goods Asso
rep~ort shows that the total
as fdone by the association's
rVs amountedt to more than
'EA)W'OOD D)ICK"' tIES !|
Antgeles, Cal., Ff1). 8.----Richardl
, sa1ifd to have been the orig
)eadlwood Dick," dlied last night
ospital at G;lendale, after a
illness. Hie was 75 years olfd.
as Mr. Hullock's genuine afdven
n the seventies, it is saidt, that
i the basis for many hair-rais
>ts for dlime novels, Hie was
iver of the famous D~eafdwood
which bore shipments of goldl
he Home Stake anfd other South
mines to Omaha, Neb,., and
df such a reputation for bravery
r sureness of aim with his six
andt rifle that the outlaws per
the coach to pass wvhen "Deafd
)ick" was fdriving.