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PURE POOD LAW.
Former Publica'ion of it Having
Been Incorrect In Certain Parti
culars, an Exact Copy is
News aud oCurier.
'Columbia, March 21.-In The News
and Courier several days ago there
was published a copy of the pure
food law as passed by the recent leg
islature. There has been some mis
understandig about the exact pro
visions of this act and it has beei
stated that the act ats published in
The News and Courier and other pa
pers was not. correct in certain par
tieulars, so that for the pillpose of
givin,g those interested an exact copy
of the law as ratified and A'ignled by
the Governor a copy of the Act on
file inl the oflce of tle secretary of
state has been Ilade, and ir there are
no typographical errors in this when
it has passed the printer and the
ever vi-ilait. proof-reader the corres
pmdient (1f The News and Courier'
will gnarantee this cilp ,y of t li ct
to be (rit'(4 adti ac1urate in every
AI N.lOs xanimtin --f the Aet
wNhich was ratified inl jointf ,(.ssion (or;
Holluse and ' Senate and si-i-%ed by the
Governor shlows that anl er-ror. waS,S
71a.de ill re-vtilgrossilli. iliv hill wlhichb
ma11y serI iusly affect1't it. .1n sction -I
the bill as Imlssed %withll amiendments,
and l-reed to by both houses, refers
to ''any food (4r' dru". prldlct which
is falsely branded as to the Sta.te,
TerritorY Or colinltr.. ik) which it is
u1111till tfact it rel or prodiePil. luit ill
Copying". the hill f,1r ratiticati.n the
W41rd "vounlty" was uised instead of
'Ifcoltrlly ' '.. an Mid inl this shape tle
bill has heiome a law so that it reads
'State. Trr11itry 0r t v ill which
It is lli!1 iltlM;tIL'l 01' produeed,
T av 114)t have an1v vffevt on tile
law, blt i at t'a-t sthiWs how 'are
thel 1';1(,l: .1'}rtfinllt has- to
be inll .i 1 re o y e h l.
Iad Ia1 I a 11ect it- .'i ntin .
Th-, lure fo4l law a ratitoed i
Text of the Law.
exed2 1y ,1 4i4! 'r by impri;z
onrNeit I x din!11 fi f :.! 'avs
CI'a' '.li ( Ia4lner et bye ran 41'hin
rfi \r't li t i ty4 -hali ys. h'n'ri t!.
Secit'i 1: '. Tha tI '4- :'rn: ''lr'
as li 144 i hi, .\'11':. 4 ,b 41 'n- ('i,- a
(1r 11d itb 4. -'V 1 4 .r4p'n '4 'n. d 1 iz
e i thel l''al , .j0-- lh r m
pCIII or Ni' !i. 4'l4 F' n ' ny o '
I tna it e ("4411'j.I ''I'4y '114t 4ne *4r
441. 4x 3 t 44!' 1l('l . ! i 'd 1a'n,l 4i n te ('1ed ll, (e3'
Useil (fr t cr, 4' ) 11 II4 hin i 'io (,r COIe.
vnin thf iease of hod m o
other I ni a ny Tsn term' '- f.e.'
ae( nd pei whlinh is alt ari
ery, uc or leror inyroul afrcth
altsulity woelr strengh.' igglg
subctitnu.'d wholyoaat for the roeo
~fthAc a rile ha be dwh m<-d oi
beir aultrated. ncs fdu. n
fborth. Ixtr. b: ied cf.lWed,
pory,eirdi caed r sti e n-'
Ianr 'the a by damagne -nor ifr
if i onan en la a -
4ae hoeylo, rohriiea
substance ~ or po 4nu. olro lv
ority is concealed.
Fifth. If it contain any added e
oOisonous or other added deleterious h
ingredient which may rendei- such n
irtiele injurious to health: Provided, e
hat when in the preparation of food i
roducts for shipment they are pros- oj
.rvod bysany external application, ap- p:
)iied in such manner that the preser- t1
vative is necessarily removed uuech- il
mnically, or by maceration in water,e u
Ir otherwise, and directions for the e
-eINoval of said preservative shall be *
winted on the covering or the pack- I1
ige, tlie provisions of this Act shall v
)e construed as applying only when st
;aid prod.icts are ready for consump- n
Sixth. If it consists in whole or in 1
)"r'. of' a fi lhy. decomposed or put- t
'iII allillil! or vegitable substance or
t'Y poIriion of aln aninial unfit for
oodl. wht!el' n11111111ractill-edl or. not,
ri' if' it is te product of a discaSed "
mimal, (w fin( that has died other- I
ise than by slaughter.
Soet ion d. That. [lhe term ' is
iande.',' as used herein, shall iap
ly to all IIrugs o artieles,of food,
r arici es whieh eli ter into the ('0111
osition of food. the palckza.e or la
1i of' which shnill hear any state-1
Ieit. desiigln or device re.-ard.ling-t
Milh artiviv, or. the in.-redlients or
ubhstaricest et>n(ailled thereinl, Which
Iall he false or iisleading. in any a
iticular, and to any food or drug
1ioduIet which is falsely branded as
o tile State, Territory or couitIv ill
,-hich it is manufactured or protllueed.
'hat for tle piurposes of this Act an
rHiele shall also be deemed to he
In cae- of (I'1gs :
Fir-st. jf it be al imitation of or I
ffered for sale under the name of
Second. If the contents of tle,
ar'ka'e as ori.inally put up shall a
;Ve bweln r'emouved4. inl whole or in pari
111 'lflier eintsvn hal have hein :
.1 wtl u I -lit. li- I..ntiy Iv or pro pol
n4 I?f\ .any044 Illhl.wmophline. iun
laie;H . heroinl, alpha or. beta enl -'
- . chl 'r -t r il. ca n nabia) S in d-ica d ri - i*
n iv ior~ ' aria n 'iin of :niy such .
' 1V . 1 u t '141, ira i al'V s i e b
-r 4' nor ' ian 'I neL<irtt er'i giniz t oif
. wri!. <r Itil-re t an t n r in
'l1h r: l Ilrate inl mie fluid olnnev.
-.!f oid proparnti.i o eav r
m1... onv-O : P videIdI. fIItIheIr. that
I.n I i Iara 'ap sh.Iall lbe
7:' i a - to thit iie:' f
- - n -d .:2i~ n ': 4.i- l .e( by .
-- - 1i Xn -e. I'l h Ia c ia
I I~ v oo
r. I.t it io !Lr im Ir il%n.1 'f1111b.'
n fie av drue l-ts as re(-,
s., I :I- XIhll lic prpra 4
*r - ri d and(I reoIn'llized Vq
)V J41iiU%le Stat ''s Pha rmall pei.pii I,
a'i-1tinal Formularye a-r . . Dipen
11u. hlh ae i'(n acc rnc~ed there
I~( Il a, o o d
r h t i -al M .h- i h niPi diti nti ve r
I.nr ''Ja- a r. "rn mro rt ta be at( forein 1.
'"I 'l. 1o- : t b"a.( f"lr a if i the n- .
h ! - a in i :rt ambl othe ct et s of
!."-..bi i f ilt hear ' a .tt1ment -
I. the~i Iae niJ the.rpuntity or proUt
syiat.aItnii S or-any dervaive I
- 4 rparation of any suc sub-f I
-'a4, 44nta ii ithere i. 1' i
T'4ij rd,4 . 'A n'akai form.~ and' theW (i
ar. 111ke Bafe,ad it tarm if i
th lsi,'i' Bafe. .oy aenote -ari- -
4! rtif thenm e a 'w neJ conain-e
naire lb.e 'j biadh l may sttnono
f'o tie totie wheresafdtkow has
l)catnionfortoffred or saoe uder
theouisin tive nae of aothce a
plifii thieij'I name be e acm ae on
sameJbb~ lal o bran wit alns taten
bnmaufactue or a prdue, .
p)tinly stated1 on the package in
hiei it is offered forI.selProvid
1, that the '.term blend as used
nrein, shall be oonstrued to' meil a
ixture of like substanes Aot ex
uding harniless colorihg 'or. flavor
ig ingredients used -for tho purpose
C coloring and flavorinipg 9l1y; And
i-ovided, fur-ithier, 'thj nothing iq
iis Act shall be coistruec as requir
ig or COMpelling proprietors /r man
facturers of proprietary foods wiih
nioain no unwhiolesome added in
redient to disclose their trade for
mIlas, except in so far as the pro
iois of this Act may require to
,eure freedoim fiom adulteration or
Section 5. That. no deater shall be
rosecuted under the provisions of
,is Act wilen ie caln estabfisli a
uaranty, signied by the wholesaler,
obber. iantiufacturer or. other pairty
siding in tlie Upited States, from
homol he purchases such articles, to,
le effect that tile samle is not adill
Iratel or nisbranded or within tie
eliing (t' this Act. desigliating it.
Section i. For the purpose of ear
ing out tile provilsions of this Act
Iv State board of health, With olne
cei-nsed dit. appointede by (he
AI'11rr upuuon)1 the recoiimedat Iion
i'e ol tI Carolina Plarmacenti
11 Association. shall talke eognizancile
I' tle intrterets t (Ile public health.,
-i relates to the sale of tood,
ru,-s. spirituotts, fermiented and malt11
(plors. amll the ad (ilult erat ion fihere
t and Iake all nlecesliary inquiries
11d investi"ationls relating therelo,
id for sulch pmrposes may ,appoint
Isp etors. anlalysts and hemenlists,
hu0 shial be. subject to its Z-u1per
isionl and removal. Within sixtr
avs after tlis Act g-oes into etTeet
Ie said slate board of health shall
114dp t such mea.isures as it. iay deem
eees:I v to facilitite lie ent"l-e
lent thert-41t. It shall prepare rules
ndreulations with regard t,, the
r'pr meth1d 4f colelect ing ande ex
nining dr-. ;1m-ivies of food.
e i 7. Th1 sam of one tihou-a 4l
h I- ir-rehr appr-opriated fr the
mp Ie d41f . <h-iyin tle expen,I. it
ly, t anall si- Ilr exaiminatifon of
.y 1rit il t 1,4 1 d or (111g 1 11provid
1 br i:, this act: said sums ti be
1111d iuaer Ille .supervisioll andl
- In if the state board of hen.1
S. .iii S. lhis Act shall got int'
1it "IX M4on1ts aite' its apper..val
i'n; ht 9. .\1 A ts and1 paan , lit
Lets inellsistent with this A tI be,
11d1 they * %- are hereby. repealed.
Thl, .,%ct Wasl approved iebruary
2. 1l1)~. and hentee es ilt effect
Average Negro's Ambition.
The aibtiti,t if an avernaw-- negro
a hi-z unieral when he die,. This is
Ilstr1ated uvery day for ne,_,roes are
nst.atly joiig soeIet ies which
hiaratee a luneral of some import
nee. A finny ineident liappenied in
town in a lower section of the state
''enitly. A fewv young white men of
te town or'ganiized1 a Mutual (Guaran
e Aid solciety. It cateretd to neg
>es and lie rate of premium was ten
nts a we'ek. The benefits p)roimised
y an eniormouls, impor'tant looking
apler', pited ' ini red inik, wvas a week
ielbeefit in ease of sickness and -a
25 or $50 funeral at deathb. The nie
r'oes joied'in numbers and( although
>me of them got sick, they never ap
liedl for the weekly ~Idemnity. Their
b)ject ini joining was looking toward
tat big funeral. The businless evenl
tally became poor with the society,
a he direethrs got together one day
til decided that the sicie(tyv must
are at least one funeral as an ad
-ertisemient- They heard of an old
egro woman, who lived in the negro
listiet, who was in a dying condi
ion. They madle arrangements with
lhe famuily of the (lying darkey that
lhe society should st and thle ('xpense
f lie fiuneralI when the oldl woman
lied. She died anid never before hatd
hat town witnessed such a negro fun
rad. A fine e9ffln was bought and fine
arriages wvere providled for thme mem-i
wr'i' of thle deceasedl famiily. friends
mi I mour iners, among thle laittIer being
lie diretors of the aid soc'iet y. The
ddu nogro wo"man, who would proba'
ily have been buried by the county,
i'as put away with ,as much expensE
is possible and next day, and the fol
owing days, the members of the aid
soietyv were kdpt butsy issuting' poli
ries to the negroes. That burial wvat
lie best advertisement thati thme toWr
3ver had and the quick increase ir
niembership only went to show wha
the negroes thought of a fuheral ,
"So you iPant my daughter
you?'' said the proprietoi' of th
newspaper to the young man who wa
sitting nervously on the edge o a
sali''int the parlor.
"Have you spoken to hero
"Sh's willing, sir, and she
A,gents at A
Moneg is ol
We make friends of c
Transient trade is all
is the foundation of a b
We sell for prices tha
and our fair and squarE
of the statement that "
had better try and get
We have many custom
and all will tell you the
''How do I know?'' gasped the
young man. ''I give you my word, sir,
that I haven 't eaten a square meal in
two months, and sleep is almost out
of the question for thinking of her.'"'
''Younn man, there's some style to
that talk. I think you may come into
the family, 1 need a man of your abil
ity to swear to the circulation of my
paper. ''-Milwaukee Sentinel.
A Humane Appeal.
A humane citizen 'of Richmond, nd ,
Mr. U. D. Williams, 107 West Main St.,
says: "I appeal to all persons with
weak lungs to take Dr. King's New
Discovery, the only remedy that has
helped me and fully comes up to the
proprietor's recommendation. * It saves
more lives than all other hroat and
lung remedies put together. Used as a
cough and cold cure- the world over.
Cures asthma, bronchitis, croup, whoop
ing cougn, quinsy, 'hoarseness, and
phthisic,' stops hemorrhages of the
lung and builds them up Guaranteed
at W. E. Peiham & Sonis Drug Store.
60c. and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
You can 't convince a woman thnit
a bargain is a bargain unless she gets
Health in the Canal Zone.
The high wages paid make it a migh
ty, ternp tation to our young artisans to
join the force of skilled workmen
needed to construct the Punama Canal
Many are restrained however by the
fear of fevers and malaria. It is the
knowing ones-those .who have used
Electric Bitters, who go there without
this fear, well knownig they are safe
from malarious influence with Elec
tric Bitters on hand Cures blood
poison too, biliousness, weakness and
all stomach, liver and kidney troubles.
Guaranteed by W. E.- Peiham & Son'i
A man' can brag eveni about hon~
loud his baby can cry.
.s The Touch That Heals.
Ithe touch of Bucklen's Arnica Salve
It's the happiest combination of Arnicr
flowers and healing balsams ever comn
potinded. No matter .how old the sorn
or -uleer is,. this Salve will cure it. F~oi
bur'ns, scalds, cute wounds or pies, it's
an absolute cure. Guaranteed by W. E
Relhamn & Son's Druggists. 250
The worst thing about onestyi
Sthe way you can't get rich by it.
o-day, a bill osatac,Wt
e a i' sick heacach. J?s,os
n ed by fidnta :
e the Best.
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)n, S. C.
F No Consid
I AIM AND
ur customers and cu
right for a superstruc
usiness. That's wha
t attract the most et
treatment holds ther
There is no Friendshi
ilong without customi
ers who have traded I
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S ark, water, gas, heat and cold
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Twenty-eight years experience
-our own seed faxins, trial
grounds-and large warehouse
eapacity give Us an equipment
for supplying the best seeds
obtainable. our Uide, In seeds
both for the
Garden anV Farm
Is one of the largest in this country.
We are headquarters for
Grass and Clover Seeds Seed
Oats, Seed Potatoes, Cow.
peas, Soja Bmeenst nd
other Farm Seeds.
-Wood's Desorlptlve Catalog
gives faller and more complete infor
mation about both Garden and* Farm
Seeds than any otber similar publica
tion issUed In this counti. Mailed
free on request. Write for 1%.
T. W Wood & Sons, Seedsmon,
istomers of our friends,
ture, but steady custom
t we have worked for.
n. Doing this we dispos
p in Business.". A ma
Ers than without friends
iere for the past 20 year
DE IS AT
Notice is hereby given -that I will
i make a settlement, of the personal
estare of W. C. Swittenberg, deceas
ed, in the Probate Court for Newber
ry County, on the 23rd day of March,
1907, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
and that I will immediately theraf
ter apply for my final discharge.
Creditors of' the estate are notified
to render their claims duly attested,/
to.me or to Johnstone and Cromer, on
or before that date.
M.. K. Swittenberg,
LNO INVESTMENT CO.
t a.Profitable Rate of Interest: '
ey on Real Estate.
And Be onvinced of its Value
Saving Money and accumulating
y Land or Build a House.3
ANO IN VESTMENT C01.