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NUMBER OF LAWS
'SEVERAL OF STATEWIDE EFFECT
II&APPROVED; FOR COLUMBIA
I SFER MEASURE SIGNED
Chief Magistrate Places Signature to
Large Number of Acts Passed By
Governor Cooper signed a large
aumber of acts pased by the legisla
ture at the last session. Included in
the list were several of statewide im
portance and two of interest to Rich.
land county as well as nuneirus local
The act creating a Colombia canal
bommission to take charge of the Co
lombia canal was signed and became
law. This act provides for the ap
pointment of a commission of three
members to be named by the governor
upon the recommendation of the chair
man of the ways and means commit
tee of the house and the finance com
mittee of the senate, the chairman
of the judiciary committees of both
houses and atorney . general. The
commission will not become active
until the canal is finally adjudicated
to the state, if it is so adjudicated.
Under the terms of the act the con
mission will take charge of the canal
when it becomes the property of the
state. The attorney general is made
legal advisor to the commission.
Transfer Act Signed.
Senator Pearce's measure providing
for the transfer of a part of Lexington
to Richland county was signed and be
came law. -
The act to allow the catching of
non-food fish such as menhaden and
to allow them to be made into fertil
izer was approved by the governor and
also became law. This act places a
tax on boats used for catching the
Representative Blease's measure to
give publicity to proposed bond issues
in cities and towns was another act
to be signed and to become law.
The act to create a bridge commis
sion for Calhoun and Richland coun
ties for the purpose of erecting a
bridge at Bates ferry across the Con
garee to cost about $40,000 was also
signed. The commission is to be
chosen, two members each, by the
Richland and a-i Calhoun delegations
and these two delegations in the gen
eral assembly are to choose a fifth
One More Member Here.
The act to fix the apportionment
of the members of the house of rep
resentatives in the general assembly
so as to comply with the 1920 census
was signed. By this act Richland and
Florence counties gain one member
each and Marlboro and Bamberg lose
The three mill constitutional tax
levy was given app~roval and became
Representative Sapp's measure to
issue a $25,000 stock certificate to
10dwin W. Robertson in lieu of a lost
certificate was another act to become
Representative Merchant's act to al
law the state highway dlepartment to
refund overcharges for aut omobile
licenses and the sena te finance com
mittee act to allow thce tax comnmis
sion to refund and rebate overpaid
taxes were both signed and became
Senator Moore's act to provide for
the forfetur-e of concealedi weapons
to municipalities by persons convicted
of carrying conceatled wveapons was
ap~nrovedl and became law.
Senator Stabler's measure to pro
vidle for the drawving of teacher's war
rants w"as another act to become lawv.
The joint resolution to amend the
constitution so as to allow counties
to assess abutting -property for per
manent highway improvement was
Senalor Coise's measure to reciui~e
the sheriffs to settle with the coun
ty treasurers every 60 days was also
signed and became law.
To Build New infirmary.
At the meeting of the executive
committee of the state board of health
a committee was appointed to take
steps looking to the immediate erec
tion of the new infirmary at State
Park. The committee will moot to
complete arrangements for ,the con
struction of the now building and wvill
let the contract wvithin a short time.
This buIlding will cost 310,000) and will
house 20 patients. It will be .onstruct
ed along lines somewhat. similar to
those of the present infirmary, it was
Two New Charters.
The Electilck Maid Bake shop of
Charleston was chartered by the sec
rotary of state with a capital stock of
$10,000. Officers are: C. A. Robertson,
presidlent and treasurer; RL. W. Car
p~ente-r, vlee president; F. .J. H. Hanes
The Sumner Canning company of
Sumnter was~ chart ered withb a capital
stock oft $::0.000. Officers are: H. J.
ia rby. president ; RI. A. Bradhcam, vice
presiden't ; . M. IHall, secretary and
treasurer; H. A Shaver, superIntend
ent and manager.
State Teachers Close Meeting.
The 48th annual session of the
State Teachers' association closed
its three-day session here with the
election of officers and the launching
of a program for greater intensity In
the organization in the future.
A. Mason DuPre of the faculty of
Wofford college, Spartan burg, was
elected president of the association.
V. J. McGharrity of Aikei, and Miss
Eunice \Vilson were elected vice-pres
idents. The secretary and treasurer
offices, held respectively by R. C.
Burts of Rock Hill and W. E. Black
(%f Eistill, are hold-over, the ternis ex
piring next year.
Members of the executive commit
tee elected are: Miss Washington
Pringle, Charleston, first district; J. D.
Full), Abbevi'le, third district; E. C.
Wade, Florence, sixth district., and
A. J. Thackston, Orangeburg. The
other members of the executive comn
mittee hold over for another year.
One of the important accomplish
ments of the State Teachers' con
vention was the organization of the
Music Teachers' Association of South
Carolina with a charter enrollment of
62 members. The association will be
a member of the South Carolina
Teachers' association and work as one
of its departments.
The officers elected were Dr. H. D.
Guelick of Winthrop college, presi
dent; Dr. H. H. Bellamann of Chicora
college, vice-president; Mrs. H. M.
Stuckey of Sumter, chairman of the
music department in the South Caro
lina Federation of Women's Clubs,
Mrs. WiLaon Caldwell Brown, Jr., of
Newberry, was elected president of
tha State Rural School Improvement
association to take the place of the re
tiring president. Miss Mary Eva Hite.
Mrs. Robert Generay of Anderson was
elected recording secretarv, these be
ing the only two officers elected.
State Borrows $3,000,000.
The excellence of South Carolina's
credit was well demonstrated in the
success of the state borrowing com
nittee's visit to New York, at which
time a loan og $3,000,000 was nego
tiated at 4 per cent. The loan was
made through the Palmetto National
Bank of Columbia and is at a rate ot
interest very much lower than that
secured last year.
"We caught the market just right
and I heard of no one doing better
than we did in the way of low in
terest," said Governor Cooper in dis
cussing the loan. "You know Victory
bonds are selling about at par and
they draw 4% per cent interest."
Governor Cooper added that he knew
of no state getting as low a rate of
interest and was much pleased with
the arrangements the committee was
able to make through the Palmetto
Plan Campaign For Education.
A special campaign for education
will be conducted in Orangeburg and
Anderson counties by the extension
department of the University of South
Carolina with the co-operation and as
sistance of the teachers and school au
thorities of the two eqounties. Tenta
tive plans for the campaign were pre
sented by representatives of the uni
versity at a luncheon given to teachers
of the two counties at tihe university
stewvard's hail. The plans as pro
sentedl wvere approved bly the teach
ers andl arrangements mande by tihe
univer-sity to plut on the campaign as
early as po0ssible, tile exact date to bo
determined andl announcedl later.
Bide Being Asked.
Bids1 for thel conlstruction of several
c'onl'ce culv'erts onl the Wasin~ligton1
Atlanuta 1highwvay in C'hester'flelid couni
ty will 1)e recei ved by thle stalte high
wvay depa.1rtmIlent up to noon of A pril
5. The work will requIre some1 14,
239 (uic1 ~i yrds5 (If steel reinfo1(rce.
Hids for the( conlstrucrtioni of a lin1k
of t he York-Smyrna roadi in York
county will be receivedl up unmt il noon
(If Aplril 6thI
19 Prisoners Brought to Penitentiary.
Nineteen prisoners w~ere brought to
tile )penitenRt iary to begin scerving vary
ing terms, tils being the largest num
her to be adimit ted at the state 'prison
in aniy one (day in [a long time. Sixteen
of thle prisoners wvere fmml Charleston
county, t wo from Oconce county and
one from D~orchester.
Tihe add it ions brought tihe total
numbhler of prisoners to 435 in the pen
Itentlary and oil tihe farms. ThIs is
155 more thlan the nuamber onl JIanuar-y
Governor Fills Places.
Governor Cooper made several re
appointments onl stale boards.
0. B. Wa tson,. of Columbia, was re
appointed as a membl er (If thle board of
oxanilners for- publ)1Ic alccounitants.
0. K. Willlims, of Rtock 1H1l1, was ro
apopinted financiaIl agenIt for~ the Cai
tawba Indians at Ilock 11111.
A. M. Ilott was app~ointed coroner
for Beaufort county.
V. 1IK Lawsoni and1 Thomas McI~ani
were namied as rural policemen for
Names Delegates For Conference.
Delegates from South Carolina to
tihe illiteracy con ference of thle
souther-n states to be1 held( at IBirnin1g
ham, Ala., were a ppoinled by the gov.
ornor. Those namned as deliegates
from the state were:
Mrs. 0. D). Plowdlen, Manning; Mor
is C. Lumpkin. Columbia; Miss Wiil
LOul Grey, Columbia ; Dr. Patterson
Wanrdlaw, C~olumin a; .l ohn a . Swea rini.
gen, Columbia; '\l iss Mahel Montgomi
ery, Miarlon: Dr). S. ii. E-dmundl~s, Sum
ter; Dr. C. E. llurts, Columbia; W. A,
MORE THAN TWENTY SENATORS
ARE IN PARTY.
PROJECTS TO BE INSPECTED
Proposals of Ford, Engstrum and
Others Hold in Abeyance Until
the Party Returns.
Washington.-More than a score of
mornbers of the senate agriculture
and the house miiitary cominittees
left here for a personal inspection of
the$ government's power and nitrate
projects at Muscle Shoals and Gorgas,
Alabama. Pending their return, it
was announced, the investigations of
the private offers for lease, purchase,
completion and operations of the pror
erties will be suspended by the house
The senate portion of the delega
tion was headed by Chairman Norris,
of the agriculture committee, to
which the offers of Henry Ford, the
Alabama Power company and Fred
erick Engstrum, of Wilmington, N. C.,
have been referred by the senate for
study and report. The house mem.
bers had as their leader Representa
tive Hull, of Iowa, senior majority
member of the military committee.
Senator Norris said the delegation
would confine itself to a thorough
study of the projects from a physical
standpoint and had decided before its
departure to refrajin from side trips
to other places than Gorgas and Mus.
cle shoals. The house members made
a similar decision in executive session
and like the senate committee, voted
down suggestions that the delegation
visit Memphis, Chattanooga, Atlanta
atid other municipalities which had
extended invitations for the congress
men to visit with them during their
Both the agriculture and military
committees will begin active consid
eration of the Muscle Sioatls question
as soon as the members return from
Alabama. Chairman Norris said then
pending offers would he taken up by
the senate committee and hearings
held on them collectivoly. He also
announced that unless he altered his
decision while in Alabama. lie would
introduce a hill in the senate upon his
return proposing a trovernment owned
and controlled co-lorpation to take
over the question of future develop
ment of the shoals properties.
Farming Statistics In N. C.
Washington-Ftrming statistics for
.1anuary 1, 1920, show North Carolina
far down the line in farm values. Here
are the facts, according to at report
Issued by the census bureau:
Value of all 'armn property, January
t, 1920, $1,250,167,000 of the twenty
first of tire 4S states; tire value of
all farm crops for 1919 totaledl $503,
229,000, making it the twelfth state,
andl~ valuite or all livestock products
$35,8610,000, t he twenty-flIrst state.
South Carolina is tire twenlty-sev
enth, fIfteenth anad thrirty-eighthr state
in the for-egoing values.
Piot of Flying Boat Rescued,
Miami, iPla.-Th'llat a brtokent prlopel
ILer comptleil tire flying boat, .\iss
~.!iamir downr and ito thre st-a whiere
olhe kepm t afloat f or- 48 horlts, wars tihe
startemrent nrutdie to rescer-s oan rthe
steam1siIp William Gt Creente. by ltobet
.\oore-, pilot of thre ill-farted mir- ahe
before lie bec(ame deli111riouts. The W ii
lIam Gr (teenre, b~ound~ fromr brannte, N.
.-. to Tampric-, pick ed rip thre wree-i
e-d lplanei and its lonie survivor 1 3'
mie or th 51111i of tis city antd 41 aili-ie
east of tire Inditan rivet- itnlet.
Arrested After 22 Years.
Doyle-stownr, 'a. - A tmanl artrested
at Quarket-town, a few tdays ago. onr
suspicioni of lhavinrg killed a const able
22 years argo in the Harycock mtount
taiins while resistaing arrrest,- was idenr
liiiled as A dami Weavrer, thle mtan
chartged withr the critme, by .lamnes
Weatver, of Philad~elphria, who claimtis
to be his son.
Whiskey Dumped into River.
Chicago. -Thre Fedleral pr-ohibit lion
agenrts dumped10( 350,000 gallotns of
w-ine, beer anid wh Is key inrto the Ci
cago rivet-. while several thusatnd pe
sons gathred along the bamnk to
waitch tile per-fotratrce. Thie liquorit
wats totere dum~lped int o tire ti ver
hy Proiittion DIre-ct or Greu-gotry. die
spite' tire fact that Federal 1 PtohIibitt
dirtector Ilarynes art Washtitrgton had
suaggested( ini a long d istantce telephotne
(.alii thrat tIt woutld brintg untd isiriabtle
pubtllic-ity and too ostenttatlouts a d is.
Lower Rates on Melons.
Moul tie. Ga.--A 10 peri cent redno
tion in freighrt rateos ont watermlronsti
tad canltalioupes fromt points5 east oif
the Mississippi rivet- until .Jine 30) has
beeni gt-anited voltunitaily bry the treiil
road (s, it wvas anntouncedOi here by It. 3.
1aroddiet-ey, v ice presidet of tire Nait
taionail .\i-lon Disrtributors' aissochartion.
Thte ii ght for lower- I-rte (5n theme
rolutsin has ab:eenr waged for tire last
two ye-arrs. I uyers hetre said allI of
thi -F1lorida c-rop and abouiit hl f of the
Sou th Georgia crop would he amoyed
aft-rr ihn expirnan ofat .inn
J . % \ d. -)
(fY REC.. 11. U. VT'4W A 'KIt, D. D.,
Tehkher oitEnglish Bible in the bloody
Bibli In' tittite of Chicago.)
Copyright iill$: Western Newspdper Union.
LESSON FOR APRIL 2
ASA RELIES ON GOD
LTSSON TEXT--1 Chronicles 14:1-12.
GOLDEN TEXT--ielp us, O Lord our
God; for we rest on Thee.-Il Chron. 14:11.
iHE l''EitiNCC aATERIAL-1I Chron.
14:13-16; 1sa. 41:10-13.
PlIiMAtY TOPIC-A King Who Trusted
JUNIOR TOPIC-God Helping Asa.
INTEilal-iDIAI'C AND SECNIOR TOPIC
-A Ituler Who Relied on God.
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC
-The Source of Personal and National
I. Asa's Reformation (vv. 1-5).
Asti wits the grandson of Rehoboni,
Hoth his grit ndfa tther and father
favored idolatry, but in spite of this
record of his ancestors, Asa had a
will of hils own, an.. though young
when lie carne to the throne, iangurat
ed a cinipaign of reforin which
brought great good. He not only had
the handicap of the idolatry and im
ilortality fostered by the two forner
kings, but he had to cottend against
the influence of hlls mother who hadl
encouraged iniiorai Worship (I Kings
15:13). In order to carry out his re
fornatory niensures he had to wrest
authority fron her by deposting her.
Asa did that wil-h was good and right
in the eyes of the Lord (v. 2).
1. Cleared the land of idolatrous
emblens and images (vv. 3. 5). (1)
Strange altars. Those were the altars
devoted to other gods. (2) High
places. These were places where un
lawful sacrillees were offered. (3)
Broke down the inages. These were
upright stones coninected with idola
trous worship. (4) Cut down the
groves. Thvse were trees or poles
connected with tree worship. lie had
all these relles of idolatry deslroyed
In Jerusalem and other cities tarough.
out his kingdon.
2. Comninanded Jtvdiah to seek the
Lord (v. 4). He knew that if the rft
nrmation was to he effective it inust
he by the positive seeking after and
worshi1ping of God. accomnpanied by
obledileie to 111 coiiianiniaents. 1)[
stru-tive work aval.a little unless fol
lowved by constrtu-ctive. '
I. Asa's Defensive Preparations
1. Built fortitied cities (Y. 6). The
ities i- are not natied. but the meanaing,
doubt less, is thlit It it was a general sys
tein of defense -hich Itvolved the
cities at strategie points.
2, He erected wailis about the
citles (\. 7). These were usually of
stone. Upon the walls we-e observa.
tion towers fron whieh the position
and novements of the enerny could he
seen, and (fron which defensive ws-ar
fare could be waged.
3. Afaide gates and harred them
(v. 7). The reason he assigns for
these defemsive preptirations was tihit
they hold sought tle Lord (od. Those
who really trust Clod w%-Ill tilke every
effort to provide dlefentse.
-1. I'hil ala trilly of speam-ateit (y. 8).
These sparnien were aliso proltectedl
withI lar ige shieltlds. Th'le arny was
mande up 4of 480.000( brave neni. They
wer-e primra 1ed to wvage ani olislive
ats well tI a dteftsve- i wa-,
Iii. Asa's Victory Over Zerah, the
Ethiopian (vv. 9-12).
1. -\sai s4t the battle Ii ra arraay (v.
.14' firlsI ini le a disl'uisition.1 of hIs
int11 s 11 h'atl-enise. Thiiis wvas w~isdloim
olt his Iml. Inteilligent fillith tuveS
thle possesur to de jir-st thnat whle-h
Is withbin his power.
2. A's lnyer- (vv. 11, 12). 11i'
tiit'l un1o1th Ir. lie iirough' 44I)lt Ilhe
sourIIe of1 nat iona11l)power. iIn this
prayer note1414 (1) his conious h)1.ellessi-.
11e5s. As he4 facted the i~Lyihan 1 nrmy111
conlselus o4f his Irnptilenev. 'The fir-st
is con~iselus we-akiness. Thte ('hii stsinnm
tolurs no'P ht by self-reholnn, btu'111t by
pi-ats Ico find for help. Ii'le kn-w that
li thugii thiey were hlpl sess before11 the
mul~ity- enemy,13 w~tit h iid's heo.llu they
(irnd Is a1 taijourity. (:1) lleposu-s fuiltih
in ( hal. The word "rsi -t" rneans to
lean upitlon-- -to catst I theu' entire wight
liuon. In Ilith us-ur- thuat we- ren-aJzer
hard u1p4on Gtl. I-) AdivancedP coil
r-a Leouisly. 114' wenit fort-ih depeitullti
upon11 i'd to fi:'ht for1 bhin. lt--al fatIth
does0 not1 wai uti l 1 IIIt set-s Its way
4-lear. hut goeus forth u'xptu-inhg (lodI to
4-lear 1the wayI. (5) I'tug himraself
41ur God.i" Ills euase w~-as G od' s (-n tse.
If Ch4 haslii litkhen us for Ills peop4le.
andit tf wett have takleni Ilium for our (bid.
lit 4ntinyi3 enn! prevnil a gains5t Its. fiy
we 'N 4.1-Iterimtal ly say, "Thiou ar t moy
(h'il." lriti hoear Ttm saty, "I am1 thy
:3. Theur 10gypthmas smitlt on (v-. 12).
T'het01-) enrn fled b'eore 1Irena and could
Love, Faith and Hope.
A litt(Je love fronm day 3 to doay, nnd
st rengi ih 0) enuih to ira-iahI it;
glimpse1 oS'4f hea0veni alotg thle w~ay. Atnd
faIth and1( hope to ?each It.
sel, the tru-1 ie unhapp4iness t la- I in tdoing
It.- Ih)-mnner is.
Mistake Gold for Good.
311l-ers inistralke gold for- good, whlere
ns :t is only a mieanns of tobtaitning it,
THE racking, agonizin rheu
Ssquck relieve by a
plication ofoan's Linlaytentt
Por forty years, folks all ove
world have found Sloan's to
natural enemy of pains and
1B penetrates without rubbing.
You can just tell by its heal
stimulating odor that it is going to
Keep Sloan's handy for neural
sciatica, lame back, stiff joints,
znuscles, strains and sprains.
At all druggists-35c, 70c, $1.40.
familyRnajes. For se"
The Islans' &ad ChIldres's Regulate,
Children grow healthy and free
from colic, diarrhoea, flatulency
constipation and other trouble if
ven It at teething time.
Ba sant-alwaya brings re.
markable and gratifying resulta.
KI G PIN
"that good kind"
CTy it-and you
will know why
-andI a Year',
Wesar Guaranteed Price 75c
Ask Your Dealer
It he hasn't them, send
direct. wfivinot dealer a nm.
Acrept. no subst tute. Ask for Nu-Way
Look for guarantee label and Garters and
amne on buckle.. Hose Supporters
Nu -Way Strech Suspender Co.. Mirs.. Adrian, Mich.
Reform Urgently Needed.
I tiaigi lit Ivitng on 11 sriet withouIt a
tiin14e ail IiI it houis, wvlaitout ai nuin
her ! If you are a wrier, a iagine
wit iillig fori it (lhe('k lr't'n a tiagaizine
in )1uchl a res ieri' ! Th'at I. 8. the lpre
dient ta htit cii'etia it P'a rhlit its are
hI whom live in such'l a stlrelEtnear' the
Iurat i ein tIl. Thea ality goverun ttent for
got to give It a jotitie, riud thte only
ittahrs onili lth ho'e tire itose put
ete (ahlEi ther's. nitnhiiers. No thte
diTte llt, f lhe oor Q postll int h e ni!
Just the Boy for Papa.
"Thtr i't1 Xotlthing," hte saida, "'tat
yu. I ami unot r'ichl, as8 you knowa~,
hut I am t y iiung, stronag t ad wil Ilng to
ihtltt yout. I tinik I hte'ard hIm say
this rninttig Iih.ailihe wated I.E. hire
lnn 011(lii hy with .tjust the Eiuatlilhra
ltins youi iinentionii.'"-Pl iI ttugh Press.
biiy yout helit'i ie ai netw templloyee Ila
ithis corprtio i n at ta I wain t to tell y~out
thi iatil siu'h inptlloye', liust wvork(
". id w' hien I g~sive t ordieir I Wanat it
"'Atai iurtheinitre', I wIll br'Eok no
"\\'ell, tton't ye start It Ithen !"'
What Are Symbreals?
t ha l~I estinan d, wi'll be lIke his~
ii ve'ls, ntt iiaI novel i at al butt it sym
breal . %l r. I >estitn'nd goe4s 1)1nI It hily
Ielit' ait a(1 lisy'itnbr'ealiI1) s, compaingI
iactedi' iinondittt. hmtt dlisregat'ing the
sptellittg, (ne is vety lIkely to thtink
sytitI anrtl tat tte gtreitt difference
lie's int th' liltrit ont of one syllabhle
indne~licss Is itni IlstineftTt--polteness
IN A A
W.~~orld's standard toid and ia grippe
remedy. Demand red tbon bearing
lir. Hilt's pertratt and stgpalta'e,
ut - lL-n n.sov