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Below is tho voto of tho Marl
boro members of the legislature on
important measures, as shown by
tho official journals of tho house
On Mr Lane's resolution to de
ny tho uso of the hall of tho house
of representatives that would ne
cessitate thc removal of tho furni
ture and carpet, Mr JVIcColl de
manded tho yens and nays. Gib
son and Lane voted for tho resolu
tion, and McColl against it. lt
passed, GO to 50. This prevents
the slate hall being held in thc
An amendment was offered thal
thc resolution should not apply ti
the South Carolina club. Tim
was defeated, 01 to li>< McCol
voted for thc amendment, and (iib
soiland Lane against it.
The bill to nnicnd thc libel hiv
so as to allow newspapers to eleni
themselves by making aP?*9?M
and correction of unintentional cr
roi s that might reflect on any one
was killed, s:> to 21, Gibson vo
ted for thc bill, Lane and McCol
Gibson's bill to require count:
officers to go into office on th
lirst Tuesday in December afte
their election, was killed.
Tho bill to repeal the lien lav
passed tho honst?, 76 to 20. Gili
son spoke and voted Against th
bill. Lano voted for it. McCol
was absent on account of sickness
Lane and Gibson both voted fo
on amendment to have the repei
go into efleet in uno instead c
100'J, but the amendment was lost
81 to 23.
Mr Gibson asked and obtaine
indefinite leave of absence for h
colleague, Mr McColl (Jail 24.)
A bill to provide for thc trave
ing expenses of circuit jtltlgi
passed, 57 to 17. Gibson vote
for it, Lane and McColl against i
Thc state prohibition bill w
killed, 62 to 51. Lane spoke
favor of the bill, and all of tl
Marlboro members voted for it.
The house, killed Senator Uo
ors bill, which had passed the se
ate. to prohibit tho granting
temporary injunctions for long
than ten days without notice
Tho honst? passed a bill 5G to 1
to require all secret orders or s
cieties to Apply I" thc clerk
court l'or a license And milking il
misdemeanor for such orders
societies to meei without liceiu
thc is-oiin^- pf tho license to bo d
crct lonar.y with tho dork ol'cou
(??leon and Lane voted for i
bill. McColl was Abseilt. T
'MII was killed on third reading.
Tho bill to provide lor tile (I
! liibul ion of school book . to pe
children, pAssed second rend i nj?
tin? honst?. ;"> I io ?30 ( ?ibson, LA
and Met Soll \ oled ngaihsl it. T
bill was killed oil third rendir
19 to IG. This i ?ivie ( ?ibson vol
lor tho bill und ! .ano against
McColl was Abseht.
The bill to require a crop to
in existence before a mortgage c
lu? given oil it, pAssci! thc hon
57 to 15. Lane Voted for the b
(iibsoii and McColl against it.
A bill to reg?late tho uso of s
m Achines passed thc house, OS
~5. All tho Marlboro iiicinb
'-(-It'd for it.
(iibson's bill io prevent pul
Irinking on passenger coAel
passed. M t<> lt), ( db-on !
Limo voted foi' thc bill, M? ( ?ol? I
Tho h?itsc passed Senator !1>
i is bill, Which lind already pas
tin* schatc, to require tin? gov
nor to appoint an export A ceo u
ant to examine thc county ollie
pf Marlboro county.
I'or judge, of thc second ci ret
Gibson, McColl and Rogo I'S vo
for Uobort A Idr?cn. I iAhc vol
for Claude I' SrtW.yor, Aldi
was olected. s.'? io 72,
Mr Lam introduced a resolut
to have Clemson college r?fuild
Marlboro W'holesnlc Groe?
$120.25 foi' l'erlili/or tags wh
wore not used,
Senator Rogers spoke and vo
Against thc bili to reduce passen,
faro Oh railroads to i wo And a 1
. cents n mills. The bill passed
senate, 28 tv ii. The bill proYi
for mileage books nt two cents a
mile. It also provides that rail
roads loss than 75 miles long may
charge three cents a mile, and
those less than 20 miles long may
charge live cents. Senator Rog
ers ottered an amendment that
those less than 35 miles long may
charge live cents a mile. This
would include the li & C, which is
now 24 miles long, and will be
nearly 35 when completed to lower
Senator Rogers introduced a
bill to include "bill of sale" in tho
provisions of tho criminal code.
Senator Rogers spoke in favor
of tito bill to make the terms of the
county superintendents of educa
tion and supervisors lour years
instead of two. lt passed I oth
senate and louse, Senator Rog
ers voted against an amendment to
not lot it apply l<> the supervisor.
He also opposed an amendment
which provided that they could
not hold ollice Inoro than four
.years. Both amendments were de
On Saturday, Jan 25 Senator
Rogers was granted leave of nb
senee lill Monday.
Senator Rogers had passed ti
resolution to have thc state treas
urer pity ?J Leonard Odom $21.07.
Senator Rogers opposed the bill
to plata4 a license tax of $.'?,000 a
your oh each liquor drummer in
each county. The bill passed the
senate, but Senator Rogers had
Marlboro exempted from its pro
The senate, by a vote of lit to
IS, refused to pass a resolution to
declare the state dispensary funds
in tho hands of the state, so as to
prevent Judge Prichard from ap
pointing a receiver for the funds.
Senator Rogers voted against the
resolution. The resolution passed
the house without opposition,
A bill to authorize the rendition
of judgement at chambers by con
sent and in default eases, passed
tho senate, 1(5 to ll. Senator
Rogers voted against it.
The state prohibition bill, with
a provision that it be submitted to
the people for ratification, was
killed by thc senate, 24 to 13.
Senator Rogers voted foi* tho bill.
Music Club Recital.
The cozy quarters of tho music
eltd) were inure than lilied On bVi-j
day afternoon by the frichtis of
the chili who were there l'or a lit
tle recreation fruin tho cares Of
every tiny routine, and njso to en
courage the eli'orts of the mern
bets who always fulfill their obji
gallons mosl capably, The pro
gram odored nu this occasion \VUS
vaned and well, eveii artistically
rendered, The' Orchestra amicho
ri I s played and sane; in',their usual
good Sty Ie and feeling,: both wore
re in forced with a little extra help
Wliich wo hope may be udded pel
munchtly to thc talent of the chin.
Miss Mi adi's violin .playing show
ed that she had made good ol' her
Converse advantages and made ns
feel that we would like lo hoar her
attempt something more ambiti
ons. Messrs. Rowe and Dudley
played vs ?th their usual skill and
and linisl] and gave much firmness
to tho archest rn numbers. Miss
Loaf sang charmingly several solo
numbers and Mrs; Vddisoh Mc
I >aniel I lamer contributed three
piano solos. Mrs Mainer's playing
shows tho musician in feeling and
technhpie. These days Of so much
piano gymnastics it is certa i illy rc?
freshing to hear une play w ho
shOWs I rue musical taste and feel
i Hg. We hope to hear her again.
Thc recitations of Miss ICpps
and little ( 1 ladys ( iymphcll gave ii
pleasant variety to tho program
and were milch enjoyed, Mrs.
Kill 1er and Mrs. Hollis Imvo given
much I imo and w ov\< lo (he musi
cal club, and for the musical etil -
lure Ol' tho tow ii. and wo all owe
them rt debi of thanks and also
the faithful members ol the club.
Mrs. K. Moore is president now
and presided oil Friday with her
usual grace, case and modesty.
Mar WC sunn have another such
pleasant afternoon, and may every
success attend ihis one. of our
many promising organizations.
SAY NOWS WE WANT YOU TO COME WITH
US TO A NICE QUIET PLACE AND HAVE SOME
e w&.nt to skow you a few facts, statte a few
reasons, and maybe you'll be convinced that
?. Because the best business men advertise
2. Because people will go to the advertisers to trade.
3. Because it is sign of progress to advertise adi the ti*i\e.
4. Because the people feel thaJ you have something when
mtm mvmsmsz&??M masases
H?LS been proven. Douglas, the great shoe man,
ma.de his success by Newspaper Advertising
as\d John Wanamaker is a large advertiser, as
are all greai business men.