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THE PICKENS SENT-Ou
Buitred April 28, 1908 at Pikn, S. C., as seond lms matter, uder act of Congress o as 8 8
VOL.XXXV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17 1906.
BRICE LAW STANDS
TEST OF COURTS.
State Supreme Court Unani
mously Upholds It,
THE DECISION IS SWEEPING
Only Part of This Local Option Law
Rejected by the Court Was
The School Fund
"Rider."
The Brie litw is consitiuional
Such is thle itcision of the State (An
preie colit. 'h(I dispeiariesI kept
open by iljun1ictiona iaus. in mc'u.4-lni
her eatti r and phii bitiot will pwevail
in all of the 1i o ibwest portioan of the
Mill e, from I'd ge-field to t le North
Carolinla lin', .Ncept in Abbeville
county whero no elhetion hasi beeii
hel1.
The calses argned before the su.
preme court last M-Londay were decid
ed yesterdiy and the court decrees
that the law is constitutional with
oue exception, an I that may be elim
inated vithout affecting the law it
self. The exception, singular to re
late is the "rider' which was put on
the Brice Bill by the dispensary peo.
ple, the clause which provides that
counties voting out the dispensary
shall have no participation in the sur
pins school fund accumulated from
dispensary profits
The State of S~uth Carolina, in
the supreme court, November term,
1905:
W. W. Murph, petitioner, against
13. G. Landrum et. al., respondents.
Louis B. Cox, petitioner, against
J.aues Hodges, et. al , respoidents.
Joseph V. Coward, petitioner,
against .1. H. l3lackwell, et. al., re
spondents.
,John A. Weir, petitioner, against
F. P. Walker, et. al , respondents.
Iobt. E. Ligon, p3titioner, against
F. H. Burriss, et.. al., respondents.
Pickens county, petitioner, against
A. W. Jones, as comptroller general,
respondent.
Oconee county, petitioncr, against
A W. Jones, as comptroller general,.
roespondent.
Adam L. Aull, petitioner, again,
A. V. Jones, as comptroller general,
reRpondent.
In each of these cases brought in
the original jurisdiction of this court
the question is raised as to the con
stit utioi.ality of the act commonly
* known as the Brice act, approved
Feb. 24th, 1904, amending seCt.ion 7
oif the general dispensary law, approv
od March 6. 1896.
After emIeful consideration thsis
court is o.f the opinion that said act
is not unconastitutionaal ona any' of (134
r~ou n ds alleged except in so fair as
saidl Brice act declares thait "any1
co.unty voting out the (dispensary
shall not thereafter receive any part
of the surplus that may remain of
the dispensary school funds after the
dellcienaces in the various county
school funds1 have been mnade up as
provid. d by law." Whbile the court
cons1iders8 this provision uniconstitui
* 11tional the court is of the opinion thgat
it is s*eparable from the rt maind1( of
the act, tand that said1 aict standis as
c nistituntional with this parision
traeated( a.s ol ricken out.
Thisj con3cluhii )m rendlera it in ces
sary to set alside the temporary in
junction granted in the ,first live
above entitled casea restraining the
Cosing of the dispeniaries therein
m.fentionled, and1( also tI a'. the tempo
rar~y ijunction gianitedi in the remain.
mng three above entitled cases re
straining the comptroller general
from drawing his oflicial warraint for
the several sums arising fromI~ the
sur plu- of the dlispen5Iar'y fund as
therein mintioned be dissolveda anad
comptroller general left free to dia
burso said fund as it would have
been disbursed be.'ore thle enact ment
of the said Erice act, and it is nso ad
judged.
The r'easoni for thes conchlusions
will be stated ij an opinion hereafte
to be filed.
Y. J. Pope, C. 3.
Eugene 1B. Gary, A. ..
Ira B. Jones, A. J.,
C. A. Wood, A. J.
The action of the court means thit
the dispensarieq'must be and must
remamn closed in Greenville, Spartar;.
burg, Anderson, La'urens, Union,
Pickens, Newberry, Cheroke', *forr',
Oconee, Darlington, Marion, York, New
Liancaster, Edgefield and Saluda andi w
Dounties. Greenwood and Marlboro Alise
lhave never had disp'ensaries. WVil to coilh
liamsburg voted the dispensary out, Mr.
but the eleation was illegal aid the businei
result wvas so declared. Ni
Thus 19 otit of 41 counties have ed ne01
alre'idy declared against the dispon- Mr.
lary system and in 20 others there ited he
uns1 beeni no0 teetion. Two countie Mrs.
Idave stood by the disp wary, Flor- Very' si
ence and Fairfield. In several och M~r.
rar the people want elections but are have ai
kept from an expressin of their views, at Nor:
Those counties which .now have Min
Ilspensaries must contribute of their frienda
icbool fund to the counties in which Whi
~here are no dispensaries unless an It corn
mntirely new systemn be enacted -Co
umbia State.
. .. Rou,
When you want a pleamant physic try only e
Ch unberlasin's Stomach and Liver Tab. Salve,
keep tC
lets. .They are easy to take and produce for Er
no griping or other unpleasant e~e Tho g
Sold by Pickens Drug to. ~
-...........forms
The Cause of Many Protrn
.Sudden Deaths. ru
Ther8 is a disease prevailing in this
country mos~t doin erous because so decep. A t
"""""' '' tive. Many sudden low iu
. 1 deaths are caused by
it - heart disease, T9
.pneumonia, heart by mat
-i failure or appexy -
ij rare often the result hf)
-_ -,_ of kidney disease. if office
-- aI kiane trouble is al
loeto advance the "I
-r i ---kidney -p ois on ed I mo
blood will attack the
.. vital organs or the Lsttei
kidneys themse ves break down and waste cott's,
away cell by cell.
Bladder troubles most always result from Do
a derangement of the kidneys and a cure 13lawhn
obtained quickest by a proper treatment of namo
the kidneys. If you are feeling badly you nyr
can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's t~i
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and ter
bladder remedy.yOW
It corrects inability to hold urine and scald-Sav
ing pain in passing it, and overcomes that (OntA 1
unpleasant necessity of being compelled to Soid b
go often during the day, and to get up many
times during the night. The mniid and the
extraordinary effect of Swam,'Root is soon The at
realized. It stands the highiest for its won- er
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
Swamp--Root is pleasant to take and sold rp)
by all druggists in fifty-cent and one-dollar lie so'
sized bottles. You may of ai p
have a sample bottle of
this wonderful new dis--*r gr~ip.
covery and a book that ~ '" I tii
tells all about it, both iiome or swamp-Root. 'in til
sent free by mail. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co. for
Binghamton, N. Y. When writing mention whuich
reading this generous offer in this paper. eav'ed
Don't make any mistake, but remember nurn
the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's andt]
Swamp-Root, And the address, Binghamton, prieo
N. Y.. on every hatl.nihta
All of our friends an
their liberal patronat
just closed. We tru
one of pleasure and
all. Wishing you a
Year, we are
Yours Very
HEATH-BRUCE-M
Norris News.
year has come and I will try!
ite up a little ne'% s. No Alterations
i Leila Balentine has returned
ge ih. Atlanta. Not
Thomas Garrett has entered a
is college in Atlanta. at the
Ella Bogg of AabamaCut Prices
r Central recently.
Robot t Bali ntint, and wife vis
J. HL. Mullinix of Central is
uk at this writing.
and Mrs. Clarke McWl~ort<.r ______ ____________
owed to their beautiful home
Mary Moore of Seineca visited
and relatives at N.>rria Xmas
t.is the matter with our paper?
is twice a month.)
rh skin and Blue E.,es. ( Auivnoyfor tkofM
h s iaaked hands ar muhnokOt adlf oe rmt
tired by DeWitt's Witch Hazei mu tc fmdu tdWne
b~ut an occasional application will PrcCltigaoserhldn r
te skin soft and smooth. Best -. ..
iem- cuts. Thurns, Boils, etc.' ouh By'n
tifordis immediate relief in aill
of Blind, Bleeding, Itching and Alszs i oosBak ug
ling Piles. Sold by Pickenats clsBr.anSie-lc(ioh
In Dead EarnestCoear-tywilovfst
~aveling man received the fol
teleg'rm from his wife:
rins arrived tonmght. More
went at once to the nearest FI AT
tud sent the following reply:
leave for home tonight
o corne by mail,send( to DeadI- 3 e etLs
No odcie yconefis- -__ Alea on
rtf E. C. cNothiuan Co.angeo
box o tha enuie.atieshi
CutikePriruces
An inovtentortureff our'.s0.ck. tf MoOiy
p l~ori te hapistchrch of Inmci atoc o' haseft or froat
rsvouslstock ofmediumiand Winteruw
PrIcu~he gois,~ g oes th ice les ofe heldaatis in Gr
Mril ogrrutn rtehser Yadoutadhildrn.oys 'n
liedto leepsiting ll)in bd. r All toes mallh clorms-Uak, thrgI
ma~y rmcdo~ wibo reie, mke ces caertout nd Si-louk Cloh
OUIuitl~i~I 4)IglH adPoli, ora e ChbrtmandCs.ystiai
entirely uEetire Stghk of
3 -Perr cent Lessdt ~fR f ~lrca
106 e divd by0 couniterfe itsd Ai c ieo vrot og tal
ff . I.D wt ndC.mo
Thank
L Customers for
re for the year
4t it has been
of gain to you
prosperous New
Truly,
[ORROW co.
33 3
Per Cent Discount
winter Clothing
For ten Days Beginning
lay florning Jai
O's, Yeuths', BoyS', and Childrensq's (lothing, Over coaIts an
"., Winter. .We nel the room tfor Suring (Goodsi soon to a:
eight Olothing, we wvil on Saturdaiv morning. Janunary 13r0
en 'le-th pre will be cut to ONE 'rfI[RI)'rTHE OR[G
Child rerp's Suits, Dress Suits, Tuxados,
us, Plaide--overy suit in the store goos into the sale, not a
n1g. It aili come3s under the knife and goes at the 33 I -8 po~r
his sale at $5 to $10 a suit, Our usual price $18 to $25, sizau
at the priceimagunfcenit bargain. to be secured.
H. Endel,
120 Main St. Greenville.
Remember the Place--Bring Cash.
~ruits
tmafs have a-rived and( the *e
ffer the trade during
itS, undeolvrsear, overshirts 4
ion) auits, calico, corsets,
forget toi get a sack of Cin.
>est in America You can't
best 1. the cheaLgest. Yours.
6J, By Himself.
,rgain.
ISold and r~comm
RAIN COATS
At
25 Per Cent.
Less
~~jj~Ori~ina1Price
~ Sale
ri. 13th
ci Trouaqrs, shows that; we have too
'nyc, In order to move this enor~
i, inaugnrate one of the greatst Out;
[NAb PRICE.
Trousers kind Ovecoats
cuit reserved; iicludiiig the famous
cent; reduction. Black Clay Worsted
I 33, 84, 35 iand 86 o~iy.
White~an Fancy
VESTS
At
One-Third
Orig~na1 Prices
Ia..7a~ ~ ,A~~AwI~O$ ~e 0$ P101
*m~ ?EMGIH W
UH~VN0v~ 3.230031 flC1
Dupg Aq ~ei& $9
*3U~W A*uppg jo Uu*ig O.1j~U
* Saw SuSt~j ?PS.Ioloo AlliS P1
puw A$uwog *uzn jno4
H SSqOw~owqguo *.oa
KS ~ $~ll10
AJna
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