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tr fst Be Examined By
QhemW-enaUy for Failure
h*aget pa0 ed by the last
ture is'of interest to Newberry.
jo all people who use water. from
the 4ty. 'It is important to have
water. There has been little
c with the.Newherry water and
no h a-a come from the analy
ses here ON.Aded.
To Protect City Watgr.
An'dct to prote6t and secure the pur-'
ity of -the water supplies of,towns
and cities. -
"Be it enacted by the general as
sembly of the State of South Car
eo 1. That every water com
pany, whether owned by private ii
dividuals or corporations or by a mu
nicipality, shall have 'made, not less
frequently than once in every three
months, ,at its own expense,-- by a
chemist to be approved by the State
board of health, a chemical analysis,
and once,every tire-e months a bacter
i6logical examination at its own ex
pense by a biologist to be appioved by
the state board of health, ol f a sample
of its water drawn from a faneet used
for drinking purposes, packekI and
shipped in accordance with the in
structions to be furnished by the see
retary of the state board of health,
and the result -of such examination
shall be verified by a statement under
oath of the chemist or biologist ;nak
ing the same, and published at least
once in a newspaper published in the
town or city using said water, within
ten days after receipt thereof.
Sec. 2. For carrying out the pro
visions of this chapter, the state
board of 'health is authorized and
empowered to have the bacteriologi
ealexaminartion made as hereinbefore
provided for and to charge for the
same thl sum of $5 for each examin
Sec. 3. As a check and as a guar
antee of the faithful performance of
the requircment* laid down in this
act, the state board of health shall
make or-tave made by its authorized
azents, such inspections of the water
sheds and such chemical and bacteri
ological examinations of the .public
water supplies of the state as may be
deemed necessary to insure their pur
ity. Should such inspections or exam
!iatio.ns show condition or conditions
-dangerous to the public health the
secretary of the state board of health
shall notify the mayor, the municipal
health officer and the superintendent
or manager of the waterworks at
fault and demand the immediate re
moval of said dangerous condition or
conditions. Tf at the end of 30 days
after the service of said notice and
demand, the said dangerous condition
or conditions shall have not been re
moved to the extent that due diligence
could accomplish such removal, the
said secretary shall have printed in
one or more of the local newspapers
a plain statement of the facts for the
information and protection of the
- itizens using the wvater: Provided,
That nothing herein contained shall
be construed to prohibit any -munici
paiyfrom imposing such additional
tssand requirements as they may
d1eem necessary, and the decision of
,the municipal authorities shall be su
Sec. 4. Every wvater company, its
managing officers and directors and
th mnvor anid aldermen of every city
and town who shall neglect, or fail to
*comply with and carry ont the pro
visions of this act shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor and punished by a fine
*not exceeding $100 or by imprison
*ment not exieceding 30 days for echl
and every offense.
Alproved 18th day of February.
NOTICE U. 0. V.'S
Veterans who intend to apply for a
Cross of Honor, to he hestowed on
'May the 10th, must do so at once, as
p1l applica tions should be in my hands
aon or before April 4, 1907.
A ey veterau1 in good standing hav'
In' host his "rofs of' Honor may have
It replacedl once only b)y making appli
eaqtin and furmni..hing a,eop)y of the
certlificate of eligibility on which the
'Cr(oss~ was first hestowed.,
0. Lj. Schnmpert, A djut ant.
March 14, 1907. . i.
&We Guarantee Sateifaction..
J. A. Brogdon, of the National Sign
o., Dayton, Ohio, \vrites under agte
Oct. 21, 1906: ''Nosena is the only
eparationi I have ever usell that re
oves my affection so, speedily and
asantly. I am getting the first
Ipleasure out of breathing that
4e experienced since I contracted
ih six years ago. Money would
*buy my tube of Nosena if .I
inot get ante. Buy Nosen,a
-and get your money
if not:satisfied. Sample tube and
oklet by mail 10 ets.
Browvn Manufaetnring Co.,
t. Louis, Mo., and Greenville, Tenn.
Let nothing keep you away 1
be here from 50 miles around
nity offered to you. Don't forl
nesda;y, and The Cash Store, i
Dress Goods! Dress Goods!
Over ten thousand-yds Voile, Shadow Wool, Plaids,
Henrilettas' West of England, Wool Taffetas, all spe
cially priced for four great days.
25 pieces 50c Melro e 24c yd.
Silk Sale! Silk Sale!
Just say Silks, and we can show you ten thousand
yards, all the newest weaves in Silks Just listen to
this. Long as they last
500 yds Jap Siik, fine and beautiful, 19c yd.
500 yds 36 in Jap Silk 39c d.
500 vds India Silk, warranted spot proof, and you
can't change the color, 4 days' price 69c yd, wprth $1.00
Four days of Silk selling that you all will remember.
1,000 yds 36 In Taffeta at 69c yd, good as o hers'
1,000 yds 36 inch Taffeta, guaranteed, at 84c yd.
500 yds 36 inch Taffeta, guaranteed, 95c, worth
Come to The Silk Store.
White Goods!. White Goods!
Enough of white go'ods to cover Newberry. If you
doubt it come and see.
500 yds 15Sc LonsdaTe Cambric, 4 days' price 8 1 -3c yd
500 yds 36 in Cannon Cloth, 4 days' price 7c yd.
500 yds short length white goods, worth up to 25c
yd, all 4 days long at 10Oc. yd.
5,000 yds sliort length Lawns, all widths, at 8c yd.
Something Dolng Every Moment at The Cheap Store.
1,000 yds Linen Suiting worth I15c yd, 1 1 yds to a
customer for $1.00.
1,000 yds Creole Suiting wor h I 6c, I I yds for $ 1.00.
Have, your m' ney ready.
ComE~, we ask one an<
date Merchandise ever]
berry. Let nothing, kee
. . AT ...
dog, Tuesdog .0
rrom the great sale. Th
Come, join in the hal
get the days, Saturday,
:he cheapest of them aIl,
Shoes and Slippers.
Few hundred pair Ladies Oxfords,
the $&50 ones, 4 days' price $2.48.
$3.00 ones for $1.98.
$2.25 ones for $1.48.
Bring all your feet to the Cash
Store, both little and big.
500 pairs Men's Shoes in this sale.
5000 Ladies' Gauze Vests, 4 days'
price, 4c each.
500 pair Pants, $2.00 kind, 98c.
200 pair Pants, $4.00 kind, $1.98.
500 Shirts 48c, 2 for 95c, fine
What You Think 0 That.
500 yds 20c Cottonade, four days'
price, 10c yd.
Just Look What We Went
Selling 500 $1.50 Bed Spreads at
500 yds yd wide Percale 5c yd.
500 Ladies' Embroider'ed Collars, 6
Ribbon Sale. Ribbon Sale.
About 10000 yds in lot, choice, 10
The greatest showing of fine up to
dat0 Millinery ever shown in the
good old town of Newberry. Miss
Riser, our artist trimmer, having
spent one month North under French
and America's best artist trimmers
is now fully prepared to show you
the country's newest.
di all to inspect the
hioused between br
p you away MjnEli
ousands of eager buyers will
py bargain getting opportu
Monday, Tuesday and Wed
500 yds 10-4 Sheeting, four days' price 18c yd.
Linen Sheeting! Linen Sheeting!
Just think of buying pure Irish Linen at such prices
500 yds 72 inch Sheeting, white as the driven snow,
and worth $1.00 yd, four day price and limited, 69c yd.
500 yds full 2 1-2 yds wide. and worth $1.25 yd,
limited, for one hour's selling each day, 79c yd.
500 yds Irish Lnen in checks, stripes and fancies,
four day price 12c yd.
Over ten thousand yds the prettiest Muslin ever
steamed south of Baltimore on sale, four days' price
10Oc yd. Remember, not regular kind, but Muslins
actually worth up to 25c yd, at I10c yd.
Another Muslin Stunner.
5,000 yds beautiful Muslin, worth in any store 8 to
10c yd, 10 yds to customer for 39c.
A wagon load Towels at 9c each.
Have you tried Mollohon Mill Percale? Comes in
beautiful colors, dots, stripes, etc., fully worth 20c yd,
our four days' price 1 2c yd.
5,000 dozen Pearl But ons 2 1 -2c doz.
500 bunches Finishing Braid 4c bunch,
500 Corsets, four days' price 24c each.
200 fine $2.00 Parasols, the sun is getting hot, at
4,000 pairs fine no-hole Stockings for. Men, Womes
an V Cidren, worth lots more, 9c pair.
greatest line of u-to
'ick and mortar in New-.
with your friends 4 great days~at