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WILSON OPPOSED TQ
Six Hours After Formal Delivery of
Veto Message, it Is Read In House of
Representatives. Swift Action Fol.
Washington, Feb. 5.-The joint reso
'lution directing the stopping of enlist
ments untif the regular -army is re
duced to 175,000 .men was passed to
nlight by the house over President
The veto was overridden by a vote
of 271 to 16, one member voting pres
The president's Veto message v
not read to the house until six 'hours
after its formal delivery, -but once
read, 'action iwas swift.
Ropresentative -Mondell, of Wyoming
the Republican leader, said the mes
sage presented no arguments that had
not already been before the body and
'that further discussions was unneces
sary. He asked for an immediate vote.
A motion to adjourn, offered by
Representative Wingo, democrat, Ar
kansas, was voted 'down overwhelm
All of the sixteen members voting
to sustain the president in the final
vote were Democrats. They were:
'Bee, Texas; .Bland, Virginia; Camp
-bell, Pennsylvania; Cleary, New York;
Coady, Maryland; Eagan, NeW Jersey;
Fisher, Tennessee; Igoe, Missouri; Mc
Andrews, Illinois; Minahan, New Jer
sey; Pell, New York; Raker, Califor
nia; Sims, Tennessee, Tague, Massa
chusetts; Weaver, North "Carolina;
Welling, Utah; 'Lee, 'Democrat, Georgia,
Those votiing to override the veto
included 92 .Democrats.
Action 'is exipected to be taken on
the veto early next iweek Jn the sen
ate where it was said prospects were
favora'ble for overriding the presi
TDIB FOR CLEANING STREAMS IN
LAURENS COUNTY, S. C.
State of South Carolina.
County of Laurens.
Pursuant to an Act of the General
Assembly of South Carolina therefore
BE IT RESOLVED, by the County
Board of Commissioners of' Laurens
County, in the State aforesaid:
That the following periods be and
the same are hereby fixed for the
cleaning of streams within said County
for and during the year A. D. 1921, to
That all streams shall be cleaned out
as required by law during the :period
beginning the first day of February,
and ending the last day of Mareh;' and
that they shall again'be cleaned dur
ing the period beginning the Fifteenth
day ef July and ending the thirty-first
day of August.
All land owners 4nd persons in
charge of lands are hereby notified to
clean their streams within the above
tDone and ratified at Laurens Court
Houae, S. C., in regular annual meet
ing, this the 6th day of January,,A. D.
JNO. D. W. WA'T'S,
J. D. MOCK, Clerk. 27-4t
LICENSE FE1m FOR' NAWEERS ANiD
PEDD~JLEBS8 IN LAURENS COUN.
TL, S. C., FOR THlE 'NAR
State of South~ Caoia
County of Lauren.
By virtue of an Aet of the General
Assembly of the State of South Coro
lina, therefor providing;
BE IT RE~SOL.FDD. by the County
Board of Comissioners of Laurens
County, 8. C., in regular annual meet
That the 'License Fees to be paid by
hawkers and peddlers dojng business
within the said County for and during
the year A. D. 1921, be and the same
are hereby fixed in the following
amounts, to wit:
Wor foot peddlers of goods, wares
and merchandise, the sum~ of Fifteen
For peddlers of goods, wares and
merchandise in two horse wagon, or
truck, Fifty Oollare.
For peddlers of goods, wares and
merchandise in one horse wagon, Thir
For peddlers of stoves or ranges
shall pay the sum of Seventy~P5ive Dol
lars for the first wagon or truck, and
for each additional nwagon 'or truck op
orated. by the same firm, 'the dum -of
Peddlers of elocks shall pay'the sum
of Fifty Dollars for thd fret *agon or
truck operated,-and Thirty Dollars for
each additional we.,,on tir truok 'operat
ed by the same -.im.
Peddlefs~ of h1g: .ing rods shall pay
the sum of Fifty . .olalrs for the .first
wagon or truck, r u Thirty-lve Dol
ars for each ad. ""mal wagon or triick
operated by the same firm,
Peddlers of sewing machines shdll
pay the sum of Fifty Dollara for the
first wogan qr t,'uck; and Thirty Dol
are for each additional wagon or truck
oporated by the same firm.
Peddlers of pianos or organs shall
pay the sum of One Hundred and
Thirty-Five Dollari, for etch and dv
ery wagon or truck operated.
All licenses to be issued by the
Clerk of the Court of said County and
to be of force and effect until the 31st
day of 'December, A. D. 1921, as pro
ided'by law, provided, 'that all licenses
issued after the thirtieth day of June
shall be for two-thirds of the above
iDone and ratified at Laurenai Court
H'ouse, 8; C., in regular annual .meet
ing, this the 6th day of January, A. D.
JNO.D. W. WATTOr,
3, D. 310OK, Clerk. '87-4t
WELFARE BOARD I9
SAVED BY SENATE
Measure To Abolish Board Killed. Tax
Board Measure Under Debate.
Columbia, Feb.. 3.-The Senate to
night at 10 o'clock killed the measure
by Senator Wtghtman of Saluda pro
posing to abolish the state board of
publie welfare. The enacting words of
the bill were stricken out by a vote of
twentY-six to twelve.
With this measure cleared from the
calendar, another measure by the Salu
da donator, proposing to abolish the
state tax commission was taken up.
Debate of this wil likely be contin
ued tomorrow. As .there.. was little
prospects lef disp'osing of the measure
tonight, on motion of Senator Chris
tensen this tax measure i'ws taken up,
that the entire group of .bills propos
,Ing to abolish departments might be
It was thought that the conclusive
victory the conservatives had won on
the board of public welfare measure
would contribute to early disposition
of the other.
Members of the lower house of the
general assembly today refusing to
accept- the senate amendments to the
measure proposing to .xtend the time
of Ipayment of taxes without penalty.
As the measure passed the house, a
graduated scale of penalties was Im
posed, beginning witi one per cent
for January; two pe" cent for Feb
riary, and three for Nfarch; and four
for Aprtil. The senate .proposed that
for Arpril. The senate -proposed that
'n p"nalties be put on in February
and March, which measure would
have postponed payment without ipen
alty until April 1st, exclusive of those
paid in January before the measure
was considered. The bill will go to
free conference for adjustments.
The resolution by 'Representativ,
Sapp of Richland county, proposing
to arrange for the calling of a con
stitutional convention, was made a
special order for next Tuesday im
mediately after third reading bills.
The bill by Ropresentative Nance,
Segars and Wade, proposing to amend
a statute by striking out the provis
ions which require citizens in send
ing samples to Clemson College for
analysis to give the names of mnanu
facturers and ingredients in said fer
tilizers, was sent to third reading.
The Senate this morning sent to
third reading a bill by Representive
Brysdn to amend the statute which
limits skyscrapers to fifteen stories.
The .bill was introduced for the bene
fit of Greenvillo, which is erecting a
seventeen story building. As the
measure has already passed the House,
it will be enacted into law without
The .bill by Senators Marion and
Duncan 'proposing to increase the
member~ship of the board of directors
of the Confederate Infirmary from
five to seven nwns sent to third read
ing in the senate. It is also specified
that four. of these members shall be
Extension of Christian Education In
Schools and Colleges of South Dis
Memphis, Tenn., IFeb. '2.-Plans for
the extension of Christian education
in al'l of the schobis and colleges of
he Methodist 1Episcopal Church, South,
were discussed hero today at the op
ening sess-ion of a three-day confer
ence, attcended 'by -prominent church
men from eighteen southern states.
Plans are to be mapped out in ,the
next two days for a campaign through
out the church to raise a fund of $33,
000,000 for increasen' in the endowment
and equipment of thirty or more of
the schools of the church, and also
for raising $1,000,000 to aid students
for the ministry.
Bishop James Cannon, Jr., of Vir
ginia, presided ever the conference.
Addresses were made by Dr. Stonewall
Anderson, secretary of education of
the church; Rev. R. H. Bennett, Nash
ville, director of life service; Dr. 'F.
N. Parker, Emory Universilty, Atlanta;
Bishop W. ~F. McMuritay, ILouisv'ille,
and J. 'H. Atkins, director of the pro
The necessity of securing large con
'tributrions from the nyeaithier mem
-bers of the church were stressed by the
* Bishop James Atkins called atten
tion to the faot that out of $87,250,000
given .to educ'ational institutions
throughout the cotlptry last year, only
$250,000 was given to schools or col
leges .south of the M~son and Dixon
Whazt Mrs..BrenaItnger, of New York,
Says About Rat Poison
"Tried preparations- lhat kill rats,
but RAT-SNAP is the only One that
prevente disagreeable odors after kill
ing, Also like IlAT-SNAP because it
comes in handy eakes, no mixing with
other food. You don't have to dirty
your h~nds, it's the best for household
itse." Try -RAT-4NAP. Three eisel,
350, Co and $1.25. BId and gitaranteed
by Lauroe Hardiware Ce., Putnam's
Irug Store, Keannardy Bros
KILLED BY TROOPS
Santiago, Chile, Feb. 5.-Thipty-six
-workmen were killed in the clash .with
troops at .the San Gregorlo nitrate
plant In Antofagasta province Thurs
day, according to advices published 'by
El' Mercurlo thiis morning,
The first reports received Friday
iplaced the casualties at 22 soldiers
but made no mention of the workers'
losses. Later advices reduced the
number of soldier dead to six, but
there were varying Teports today that
the .troops had suffered heavier losses.
Many of the -workers were wounded.
'Daniel Jones, administrator of the
plant, who was killed, is said to have
been a 'brother of G. H. Jones, presi
dent of the Nitrate Producers Associa
The workmen took possesslon of the
plant after an encounter with the
small garrison, but were driven out by
reinforcements of troops, who eventu
ally restored order. No details have
'been received regarding the direct
origin of the trouble.
. -President Allessandira and the minis
ters of interior and war held a confer
ence last night, and It is said that the
1 lot 20c apron 1
sale this week at 7
yard. Limited 10
1 lot 75c ladies
and pants, on sale
35 cents each. Li
1 lot 30c bleachi
sook, on sale this we
cents a yard. Lim
to a customer.
All young men's
this week at on,
Limited 1 suit to a
A. C. A. feather
at 65c a yard, on si
25c. Limited 10 y
All sweaters in ti
sale this week one.
At No. 1 Stc
At No. 2 Sie
situation in the nitrate districts wa's
lengthily discussed, measures being
approved to provide assistance for the
thousands of workers unemployed
there. At the same time steps were
taken to tprevent a recurrence of the
The Quinine 1hat Does Not Affect The
Because of its tonic and laxative etp
IAAXATVIM BflOMO QUININE (Tab
lets) can be taken by anyone without
causing nervousncss or ringin in the
head. E. W. GROVE'S signature on
. UN back without question
ifHNTS Salve fails In the
treatment of ITCHRCM.
RINGWORM HEC ZEA
other itching skin diseasei.
IlTry a 75 can% box at outriskb.
Larens Drug Co.
breathe it in. O udes tt.i
%tra bettes af drugris
unt of' Bad
,inghams on 1 lot 30c
1-2 cents a hams on sal
yards to a at 12 1-2 c
under-vests 1 lot $1.2
this week at der shirts ai
mited 4 to a on sale this
to a custom
ng and Nain
ek at 12 1-2 1 lot chik
ited 10 yards ham dressei
week at 1-2
_______ ited 2 to a e
suits on sale All shoes
-.half price, week at c
cultomer- Any shoe ii
ticking, sold 9-4 Pepp(
tLe this week sold at $1.0)
ards to a cus- sale this we
bie house on house 4@ j3
half price.' this week.
ds in the house
withdrawn as k
Hot" Record Br,
ire 210 West L
re North Side ol
C. E. Kennedy & Son
.LAURENS, . . . S. C.
Weather Last Week
dress ging- 1 lot 30c Sea Ibland on sale
e this week
ents a yard. this week ait 10c a yard. Limit
yards to a ed 10 yards to a customer.
5 men's un- 1 lot 30c (shirting) cheviots
id drawers, on sale this week at 15 cents a
week at 49 yard. Limited 12 yards to a
Limited 4 customer.
Iren's ging- All men's dress shirts on sale
Ion sale this this week 40 per cent off, this
price. Lim. week. Limited 2 to a customer.
on sle his All ladies and children's coats
onae thisf on sale this week at one-half
the house. price. Any coat in the house.
rel sheeting, 50c fancy striped shirting on
3 a yard, on sale this week at 25c a yard.
ek at 48c a Limited 9 yards to a customer.
sut nte Best 10c spool thread on sale
ert~ centhoe this week Sc. Limited 6 spools
Ito a Customer.
at greatly reduced prices.
>ts are closed out. These
F the Square in Burns' Block,