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Rilli Provides Two 311p1 Levy onl Atli
Taxable l'roplerty% for 1111ildin1g Good
lionuds. Il'othI liranch10es A d]journ1
1,1'n i'l esdaly tE nI~v nfa.
Columbia, Pot). 27.-- -The senate
1edh highway hill providing a
two mill levy oin all taxable property
ill the state for the hiiding of perm
anmenI) ('t roads. The bill passed prac
tically as it left he o hlise. the a11n1d
ments be(ina only of a in01or character.
The ;iltt adjoilied carly toniiglit
unutil ":::0 Ttlsday evelinig tilie same
hour11 which thlle hse lelbrillh'rs have
agreed to returin.
Thei senaite finanlce commilittete has
com1plet ed its work on the general ap
propriation hill and alit id enit'ts a
iod are to be prilitd inl the jouirnial
and laid *n Ile desks of the mnem bers
Truvedfay nigiiht. The seinalte has ad
vani1ced tlt bill to third reading, Witli
he figh)t to he Imade hen. There will
he colsid trable ilcreases recomiiviend
dl by t he u1 p;per house over the
amlount carried by the loner.
The s lte tonight passed the state
Wide stock law, with five counties Ox
Dyed Her Faded
Skirt, Also a Coat
"Diamond Dyes" Make Shabby Apparel
just Like New-So Eay!
Don't worry about perfect results.
Use "Diamond Dyes," guaranteed to give
a new, rich, fadeless color to any fabric,
whether wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed
goods,-dresses, blouses, stockings, skirts,
children's coats, draperies,-everythingt
A Direction Book is in package.
To match any material, have der ler
show you "Diamtond Dye" Color Card.
Before we began
on our new six
three years ago,
We found out ji
car owners desii
plants of their m<
we designed an er
The wisdom of<
tested by the un
given our five-p
pearance, it imm
. And, by its depen<
_ ical performance,
_ as an investmen
senger cars. W
* for a demonstr
dealer is in posit:
-requirements as t
E ssex. Six-$5; Larchm
Six-42. Complete L
SES BOTH HOUSES
Cepted, (Ithese being Berkeley, Colic
ton, Dorchester, llorry and Jasper.
The bill allows the question to be sub
mitted to the counties in which the
free range nlow exists.
.Nilmbers of the house of represel-I
-atives went 'home this afternooni, ad
Journment having been taken until
nt xt Tuesday at 8:30 o'clock. The(
. nate will work tonight and tomior
ov, with the view of advancing the
appropriation bill, which is expectedl
to be IelPorted out by the selate fill
an ee committee at any tbile now.
TPiroughout the week it has been
becoming miore apparent each day
that final adjournment could not be
had this week, and the house is two
or ihree days in advance oi the sil
ate in the lea islatIre proceedings. Tle
lou se adjourned hutil ntext Tuesday.
The iresolution introduced In the
house several days ago providing an
extra com:;ensation of $1t for each
imieibeIr of the i two houses was swept
from the calendar today on a parlia
mnentary ruling by Speaker Cothran in
d(cidinZ points raised by Mr. Meares
of Fairield. The resolution was by
Messrs. J. l. Davis, .liley, MeMillan,
E'vans, Rhurs, Barnwell, Kelly, Lan
caster, Leopard and Turner. The con
current resolution was to direct the
file( Conference committee on the gen
C ral appropriation bill to ad $100 for
eachl imlombelr for overtime pay as ex
penses. Point raised by .\Mr. Meares
and su.ainedl by Speaker Cothran inl
each instance were:
First-A free conference committee
had not been requested or appointed
by the house and is not. necessary in
'Second-Even if a free conference
committee had been requested by the
house and had actually been appoint
we made a very
gation of the light
ist what qualities
*ed in the power
>toi- cars and then
gine to meet these
>ur method is at
WVith its first ap
ediately won the
>ort of motorists.
dable and econom
it has so clearly
t value that our
tdule is already
to the demand.
k" is a truly re
>ment in five-pas
on't you arrange
ation while our
ion to meet your
inc of Enclosed Cars.
MOTOR CAR CO.
s . C. I
ed, tile issuing of -instructions by the
house to .said commliittee is incompat
able with the conception and duties
of a free conference committee.
Third-Even if otherwise competent
tile instructions 1 proposed are in rela
tion to a matter not in disagreement
between the two houses concerning
which alone a free conference comn
mittee is authorized to act.
The house debated briefly today the
b)ill by Senator .3asin of I.ee county
to abolish the state peaiion coinmis
don and to have; all penisons pa id
through the oflice of the comptroller
eneral and county oflicers as obtain
-(d until one( year ago. A rdlliar bill
Ny A r. Fulmer of Orangeburg is on
,econd reading in the house, but the
.vays and mians committee reported
)y substitute retaining the commis
-ion and amending so as to allow all
eterals and widows of veterans who
vere on tle roll Ititil last year put
mck. A number were removed by
he coillIIissiol. .Al r. llram1lett of
-cenville, wio engineered the bill in
le house last year for the creation
If the comm ission, made a strong 'plea
oday for the substitute bill, which
till in all likelihood be passed. De
ate was continued on this until Wed
The fBellamy bill to provide fundsI
or the erection of administration
milding occu.pying rented quarters
vas continued until next Wednesday
rmy Officer Attaitied World's Alti.
tide Record of 7 Miles Before 3is
hall. Unconscious mid Eyes Frozen
Shut by Cold.
Dayton, Fei. 27.--An aitiplane car
-ying Major It. 1W. Schroeder, Shlef
est pilot at AleCook field, today fell
)ver five miles, after reaching all alti
ude of :ti,020 feet, said to be 5,020
eet higher than the world's record.
Tonight the majot. is 1.1 a hospital
ouffering from shock an]I oemporary
mirtial bi indiess. Instr.m1111nt1 of1 the
liacinme indicate that it fell mIlore
hal five 1111es lIn two mililtes. \'hile
till 2,000 feet above the ground the
iirplaile righted itself and glided to
t gricefu l landing. When the plane
wttled. attendaits who rushed toward
1, found Major Schroeder sitting crect
i Ilie machine, apparently lifeless.
-or a brief tim, residents of Dayton
verPe Sir a0 ItComet lad appeared in
he sky. They had mistaken the trail
if vipor escaping from the machine
is it sped downward for a "stranger
n tile heavens."
Thousands of persons gazed sky
vard, watcilng the plane, which had
Lseelded two lioli before, plunge
His senses number and his eyes
rozen shutit in a temperature said to
iave been (7 degrees below zero,
shroeder regained partial conscious
less when 2,000 feet, above the earth
n time to riglit Iis machine.and pre
'enlt it from Cr'ashling to the ground
mt of control.
Th'le tholuands of speOctators were
naware at the time that they were
vitinessing a (llama of the sky. They
aw a spieek silhouetted against
le hb, to whIch was attached a
Lai l" of gray Ish colc r. Gradually tile
bject was einlargedi as it hurtled to
lie earthl. When but a few th~ousanld
eet ablove them those watchling saw
hat it was an~ airplane, tuiriling in a
aU.-spin. It wvas at thIs point that
lajor Schi oeder regained control of
uls plane andl headed It toward Mc
Ihere Major Sch roeder made a safe
andling anld col lap~sed.
lie was blinldedI and Ils Ilimbs wer'e
ilumb), despi)te' the electrically hleatedl
uit in which h~e way; encased. i~e
va sufferltng from lie eff'ects of a
ack oIf OXy'gen. When nearly seven
iiles abiove the earth Is OXygenl
anks became exhlausted and( It was
Is which rob:bedl hIim of co'nscious
less anld caused hinm to fall.
Mlechanlcs and( officrs at MceCook
('1ld liftedl Major Schroeder from the
>lane aind lhe was given first aid treat..
neat, and lateir was removed to tile
lost hospital, whlere it was said 111s
'lndness will be only templorary. i~t
villl he several days btefore he0 wIll be0
.ble to use his eyes, accordIng to Drm.
lowar'd V. D~utrow, an eye specIalist,
ailed into constiltation.
The thermometer on Majoir .Schroe
ier's maclIne registered a tem~ipera
ure of 55 dlegrees below zero centi
rade, or 07 degrees belowv zero fahr
nheit. Altitude figures from thle
arogr'aphl reading Indicated a height
,f 37,000 feet, andI when calibratedl by
apiit. HatrrIslon W. Flicekinger, showed
na official altuttide of 36,020 feet, a
iow world's recordl~ alnd a varmiatloll of
ess thlan 1,000 feet.
Tile mark set by Major Schroeder'
Lgain gives him11 the record, which
oland Roh11 first won froml him JIuly
0, 1919, with an official alt ituide of
0,300 feet, and later Incr'eased in a
eond flIght to 31,000 feet; It .also
reaks thle record oIf Adjutant Casele,
French pilot, whlo wvas credited with
ni utnomlal record of 33,137 feet.
.Major Mehrnednr was dressed .heavy
ier than any polar exporer who eve:
set forth. He literally was wrapped
in flexible electric heaters. Iis flying
suit was lined with the fur of 'Chineso
nuchwang dogs and 4tetween the fur
and outer lining, flexible heat units,
connected by silk covered wires with
the dynamo of the engine, heated the
-In a like manner his headgear,
glovcs and moccasins were heated.
.Major Schroeder wore an oxygen
mask of his own design.
Capt. Ilarrison W. Flickinger, chief
Cadilbration gofilcer of MleCook field,
said Major Schroeder's record would
be Irst sent to the war department of
ileials at -Washington and later to of
liclals of tlie Aero Club, of America,
recognized by the Fe'deration Aero
11a11111(111 1internationlale, will Ihe asked
to certify the record of the World.
5UTH IS TURNING
Mr. Dodson, the "Liver Tone"
Man, Responsible for Change
for the Better.
Every druggist in town has noticed a
great falling off in the sale of calomel.
They all give the same reason. Dodson's
Liver Tone is taking its place.
"Calomel is dangerous and people know
it." Dooson's Liver 'Tone Is personally
guaranteed by every druggist who sells
it. A large bottle doesn't cost very much
but if it fails to give easy relief in every
cae of liver sluggishness and constipa.
tion, just ask for your money back.
Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant
tasting, purely vegetable remedy, harm
less to both children and adults. Take
a spoonful at night and wake up feeling
fine; no biliousness, sick headache, acid
stomach or constipated bowels. It
doesn't gripe or cause inconvenience all
the next day like violent calomel. Take
a dose of calomel today and tomorrow
you will feel weak, sick and nauseated.
Don't love a day.
A Maxwell is
the metal in a
Maxwell is cc
T'hey had t<
to carry just a
roads and at
price or size.
muhst beC paid
Maxwell in 1n
are well on tlf
than you can
in the mornit
T[hey tell ti
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It Will Be I oo Late After the Accident
and let me explain the Double Benefit and
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of Greensboro, N. C.
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W. T. MOORE, Agent
At Posey's Drug Store Laurens., S. C.
98/o metal, and the very best metal that
:an specify. Pound for pound it equals
.ny car built.
ell is madc of light-weight but strong
:o be light because the mission of the
> be strong because the Maxwell is built
s heavy a passenger load over the same
the same speed as any car, despite its
er will tell you that in getting that rare
of strength with lightness high prices
for the metals.
however, repays the makers of the
iany ways because each car each clay is
friendships, expressed in terms of cars,
e road to 400,000.
t go back of these numbers any more
go back of the fact that the sun rises
ie story; and it's largely a story of what
is made of-fine metals.
Afe wles r galleu
Afore Milos on imsw
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