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SENATE VOTES 10
REPEL LIEN LAW.
MEASURE IS PASSED BY A
House Has Already Acted-24 Sena
tors Vote to Repeal the Bill and
12 Oppose It.
Columbia. February 17.-The
Senate tonight. by a. vote of 24 to 12
pas-ed the lien law repeal bill, which
lbas been under consideraltion for the
past two (lays. Searly every senator
has had a say on this measure. It
was thought t-hat a vote would be
reached immediately on this bill on
whieh all senators naturally had their
minds made up. Senator Kelley was
willing for a vote to be itaken at once.
but discussion arose and continued
for the past two days and nights. The
thouse passed the bill by a vote of 85
t o 35.
The vote in the senate stood as fol
lows upon Senator Kelley 's motion to
,table Senator Montgomery's motion
to strike out the enacting words of
Yeas-Appelt, Carlisle. Carpfnter.
Christens-en, Crosson, Earle. Graydon.
Hardin, Harvey, Hough. Johnson.
Johnstone, Kelley, Lide, Mauldin. Me
Cown, MUckenfuss, Rainsford. Stew
art. Sullivan. Summers, Waller. Wes
ton. Wharton. Total 24.
Nays-Bass. Black, Croft. (riffin,
Lainev, Montgomery, Otts. Rogers,
Sinkler, Spivey, Walker, Williams.
So the enaciing worids of the bill
were not stricken out. When the vote
was announced there %vas a st ia of
exceptions of count;es to be exemit
eomNi under Senator Montgomer.v s
a mendmnt to exempt ito county of
3Marion. The exemptions came thick
and fast. including Lancaster. Char
leston etc. etc. Tihe amendment was
talbed wi a yea and nay vote by 19
to 17, thus bringing all counties un
der the provisions of'the bill.
The vote stood on Setiator Kelley's
motion to table the amendment ex
empting certain counties. Yeas-Car
lisle, Carpenter, Christensen, Crosson,
Earle, Harvey, Hough, Johnstone,
Kelley, Lide, Mauldin, MeCown.
'Muckenfuss, Stewart, Sullivan, Sum
mers, Waler, Weston, Wharton. To
Nays-Appelt, Bass, Bates, Black,
Croft, Graydon, Griffin, Johnson,,
Laney, Montgomery, Otts, Rainsford,
Rogers, Sinkler, Spivey, Walker, Wil
liams. Total 17.
The tabling of this amendment left
A. E. 6ATEU
Oiir stock -s now comi
and we ask a ch.'nce t
ure with you in bo4h \
and CUT Nai:s, Rough
If Courteous Treau
the hill -apilicable io all ou1t(e.
Senator Clifton immediately after
mhe vote on the lien law bill to strike
out tihe enacting words was lost pro
posed the following am -dnent:
"The title of bill to be: "To declare
the law in regard to giving security
upon erops not in existence, to de
!-are the same invalid,"' for Seetionj
1 insert ithe following: "Any lien or
mortgage given upon crops to be
grown, and .efore the same are up
and growing, shall be ineffectual to
convey or have any interest in t'he
same, and no such lien or mortgage
given or executed thereon prior to the
actual existence of stihe said crop ..hall
be enfor.eeable in any of the courts
E WILL SELl
)ete We have ju,t
fig- rge Iot and cat
f!RE chap I;. cl vca !
and e grdrg e:
,We have jL
3 in bctter pos
k xPaint is mon
nent, LOW PRICES an
of this State Provided, nothin her
inl cntained shall apply to landlord s
lien., % n ients and suppliP, (:- to lab
arr wags. Upon a yea and nay
vte to table the amendment the vote
reulted: Yeas 21; nays 15. So the
amendment was lost.
Senator Clifton moved to indefin
itely 'p)stpone the bill. le claimed
that ithe inderstanding was that such
amendment would be agreed upon.
Senator Kelley elaimed that tile Clif
tn amendment would kill tihe bill.
There arose a great deal more discus
sion on this amendment. Senator
Clifton claimed the bill in its pres
ent form would be ineffec?tual. He
objected -to the so-called Hydriek
c and S
nd evening 1L
neer in Ame
received a We carry
sel you as! all times.
. 'o bet- best. A tri
b Ihovn you that :
s+ receiv;d a large stoc
ition than evc.r to serve a
ey w..1 spent and you c'
d PROMPT DELIVERY
amendment in that thlis l-PPOses to
o JIM:11(1 Sectiin :'.005 of the code. MNr.
Clifton's amendment affects Section
Senator Clifton offered an amend
ment praerically the same as his own
amendwient, and the Hydrick amend
ment, which was passed by a vote of
22 to 17.
The bill, as amended, .passed to
tAiid readin. then by a vote of 23 to
Tline amnenuurn, whi:ch was adopt
ed, was as follows:
"Strike out Setion 1 of the bill
and substitute: "From and aft.er the
first day of January, 1908, no mort-.
gage or lien or whatsoever name or
E, OUR ENT
intil the entir
ica to cond
ation of all ~
a large stock at Hin
Nothing but the Saws
al will convince and
aj can't do belter Price
< of Paints of all kinds
ou and save you monel
in't get better prices on
Can (iet Your Busines
iature. save and except the lien pro
vided for in Section 3057, siall be
Valid or effectual to bind any agricul
tural crop or product, unless such
crop or product be in actual existence
or rowing at the time such mortgage
or lien is gix-en or executed. And
Section 3.059 of the eode. (th;e lien
law section,) is hereby lexpressly re
Death of Miss Rosa Chase.
The sad intelligence of The death of
Miss Rosa Chase reacihed this city by
wire on Wednesday. Her death oc
urred at about half-past one o'clock
in Atlanta at the home of 'her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Chase.
IRE STOCK C
e stock is sol
uct this sale,
ges, Screws, Bolts,
Tools of Every Kind
Description and at
s as Low as can be had
and all Colc.rs, and are
( on your paints. Good
, iive Us a Trial.
The body was brought to Newber
ry and the burial took place at Rose
mnt cemetery. the funeral exercis
es being conducted at the grave, on
Thursday afternoon at four o'clock,
by the Rev. J. E. James, assisted by
Rev. G. A. Wright.
Miss Chase was about forty years
old and was the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Ohase, and the grand
d-aughter of the late Mr. J. P. Pool,
and a niece of Mr. T. C. Pool and
Mrs .0. L. Schumpert, of ithis city.
For a number of years Miss
Chase's parents lived in Newberry,
but for several years they have made
their home in Spartanburg, only re
eently moving to Laurens.
d. We have
and we hold
berry, S. C.