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SC!L OSS IR2OS & Co.
ine CIothes Mahers
. .... re a d New York
For Men and Young Men
'Buy Your Suit from
where you can be fitted, and 'have
your choice of over 100 beautiful
patterns and exclusive styles. Come
let us show you. We love to show
these clothes-No trouble, rather a
pleasure. Every tew and desirable
style we have in nobby three and four
button sacks, double and single
breasted, with or without vests as
you like, and almost all sizes in slims,
regular and stouts.
Boys' Suits......$2.00 to $8.00
Men's Suits .. ..$10.00 to $25.00
voA full and select line of extra
trousers, fancy vests, Hats, Shirts,
and Furnishings. "Take your choie
they are here for you' at prices that
will please you and less than else
To further protect the publie and
the health of Domestic Animals by
providing for the inspection of live
stock imported into the State of
South Carolina for breeding, dairy,
work or feeding purposes and to pro
vide for the eradication and exclusion
of contagious and infectious diseas-<
es of live stock from the State. ]
Be it enacted by the General As
sembly of the State of South Caro
Section 1. That it shall be unlaw
ful for any transportation company,
person or corporation to bring into
the State any horses, mules, asses,
cattle, sheep or swine for work, feed
in;, breeding or dairy purposes, un
less such animals have been examin
ed and found free from the follow
ing contagious diseases, to wit: Glan
ders, farcy, tuberculosis, scabies,
maladie du colt, hog cholera, epizooc,
lymphangitis or any other contagious
or infectious disease, which freedomt
from disease sb.all be established by
a certificate of health signed by a
State Veterinarian or Assistant State
Veterinarian of the State from which
such shipment is made, or a Veteri
narian of the U. S. Bureau of Ani
mal Industry, or -by a veterinarian
acting under . the direction or order
of the Associate Prof. of Veterinary
Seience of Clemson College, who shall
act as State Veterinarian of S. C-aro
lina. The certificate of health and
permit given by the above-mention-*
ed veterinarian shall be given in du.' I
plicate, the original of which shall
be forwarded to the State Veterina- 1
rian of South Carolina, and the du
pliegte given to the railroad or trans- 1
portation company to be attached to
the bill of lading for said animals;
Provided. That in the case of cattlet
over six months of age, to be used for
breeding or dairy purposes, the non- t
existence of tuberculosis shall have
been determined by the tuberculin
rtest within thirty days preceding such1
importation, and certified, by the vet
erinarian issuing the above-mention
ed certificate of health and permit. t
The tuberculin test shall not be de-c
manded for cattle intended for ex
hibit at town, counl.y. district or I
See. 2. That in any ca.ae where the
inIK ti(on (1 crificate a~ reqlured in l
the' preceding Section has not been
obtained, transportation companies (
shall notify the State Veterinarianc
AN IMMENSE SHOWING OF NEW
Has been received and put on sale in
all lines in the past two weeks. Swell
Dress Goods at Popular Prices for
Eine Goods in all the new shades and
BEST QUALITY AND NEWEST
Beautiful Figured Foulards, 24 in
hes wide all the new shades of old
-ose, peacock blue, green, brown, wis
eria and navy blue worth $1.00; sale
)rice, yard ..............85c.
Beautiful Figured Foulards, 27 in
,hes wide, Copenhagen, brown, helio
rope, wisteria old rose, worth 65c.;
;ale price yard ............50c.
Fine Pongee Silk, guaranteed half
ilk, 36 inches wide, light blue, pink,
,ray, worth 50c.; sale price .. ..30c.
Rajah Silks in brown, navy blue,
light blue, white, cream, Copenhagen,
>d rose. reseda green. Champagne
ind black. 25 inches wide, worth 65c.
ale price, per yard ........50c.
Beautiful Messaline Silk in Cham
pagne, old rose, peacock light blue,
ream navy blue, black and reseda
,reen, 36 inches wide, regular price
1.50; sale price, per yard .. ..$1.25.
Oki Silk in light blue, pink, old
rose, champagne reseda green, black,
ream navy blue, Copenhagen lilac,
>rown and white, 27 inches wide, reg
ilar 40c. talue; sale price per yard
.... .... ...... .......29c.
Black Taffeta Silk, 36 inches wide,
~xcelttA quality regular $1.25 value;
~ale .price, per yard .. .. ....$1.00.
Black Taffeta Silk, 32 inches wide,
ilr silk, worth 89e.; sale price . .75c.
md shall hold such animals at the
irst station within South Carolina,
vhiere are suitable facilities for hold
ng animals for inspe'etion by the,
state Veterinarian or his assistant:
-such inspection to be made at the
expense of the owner.
Sec. 3. Any transportation comn
>any, earporation or agent thereof,
>r any individual, violating any of the
>rovisions ~of this Act.shall be guilty
>f misdemeanor, and on conviction
hereof shall be fined for each offense
iot less than five hundred dollars
($500.00). nor more than one thous
mnd dollars ($1,000), or be irn
>risoned for not more than one year.
such transportation company, corpor
tion or individual shall be liable in.
civil action to any person - injured
:or the full amount of damages that
nay result from the violation of this
let. Action may be brought in any,
'ounty in the State in which said an
mals are sold, offered for sale or de
ivered to puchaser, or anywhere
hey may be detained in transit.
Sec. 4. The provisions of this Act
~hall not apply to cattle, hogs and
heep, shipped to points within the
state where the U. S. Department of
tgriculture maintains inspection, or
vhere local authorities may establish
ond maintain inspection of animals
or slaughter under supervision of a
traduate Veterinarian of a recog
Sec. 5. That tuberculous and glan
lered animals be paid for: Neither
uberculous cattle or glandered.
iorses, mules or asses shall be killed:
s such until they' -have been inspected
y the State Veterinarian or his as
istant and are pronounced by him to;
>e so diseased. And whenever any
mimial is killed because it is afflicted
vith either of said diseases, the ae
ual cash value of the diseased ani
nal immediately prior to killing and
he cash value of the carcass, if any,
hall be fixed, within twenty-four
ours thereafter, by appraisers e'hose.n
n the manner described in Section
iof this Act. The value of the car
ass shall be deducted from that of
he living animal and three quarters
~f the remainder shall be paid to the
wner by the State: Provided. That
n no ease shall the appraised value
fa horse exceed seventy -five dollars
$~5.00 . noru that of a tuibrenlons
'w exced thirty-five dollars ($35),
r shall any such a~nimal be apprais
01or paid for unless it be at least|
ne year old na hna been, in oodA
WHITE AND COLORED LINON
Plain soft finish white Linonette?
34 inches wide, worth 12 1-2 c.; sale
Linen Finish White Linonette,
washes and looks like pure linen;
price .. .. .. .. .. .. loc. and 15c.
Colored Linonettes, solid pink, light
blue, navy blue, lavender, brown, tan,
nile, champagne, tan, also beautiful
stripe patterns, new designs; sale
price ................12 1-2c.
50c. FRENCH EOLIENNE FOR 39c.
French Eolinenne half silk, very
strong, beautiful quality, white,
cream, pink, light blue, champagne,
heliotrope, navy blue, black, red and
brown, regular 50c.; sale price 39c.
GOOD VALUES IN WHITE GOODS
Sampson's Galat'ea Cloth, strong
and durable, colors will wash, noth
ing better for boys' suits and ladies'
wear, beautiful assortment of pat
teris, all new styles; yard 15c.
Pereales. 36 inches wide. all new
patterns best washing goods, beauti
ful assortment of new spring pat
terns .. .. 8 1-3c., loc., and 12 1-2c.
Brown Linen for aprons and dress
es, all pure linen ..12 1-2 c., 15c., 25c.
White fine Corded Piques, aston
ishing values ... .15c., 20c., 25c.
S'heer White Lawn, 40 inches wide,
worth 12 1-2 c.; sale price .. ..0 loc.
Sheer White Lawn, 40 inches wide,
worth 15c., sale price .. ....12 1-2c.
Fine English Rep., 36 inches wide,
fast colors, light blue, tan and white,
beautiful fine cord; sale price 25c.
Shirtwaist Linen, 45 inches wide,
all fine linen, round thread, heavy
weight; sale price, yard .. .....50c.
faith, owned and kept within the
State for one year -immediately be
fore the killing.
Sec. 6. Destruction, Autopsy, Ap
praisal and payment for diseased an
imals: Whenever the State Veterina
rian or his Assistant shall decide upon
the killing of an animal, he shall no
tify the owner of such decision (in
writing.) If satisfactory to the own
er, three appraisers ~shall then be
chosen ini the following manner:
one to be appointed by the State Vet
eriuarian (or his Assistant), one to
be appointed by the owner and the
third to be the State Veterinarian or
his Assistant. The peisons so appoint
ed must be practical stock men and
their services shall be rendered free
of charge. Appraisers thus chosen
shall appraise diseased animals at
their actual cash t-alue immediately
prior to t'he killing, and this amount
shall be paid to the owner, less the
value of the carcass, wh.ieh shall also
be appraised by the appraisers above
mentioned. Should this method of ap
praisal be unsatisfactory to the own
er, he may, within twenty-four hours
after receipt of notice from the State
Veterinarian, file with the Chairman
of the Veterinary Committee of the
Board of Trustees of Clemson Co
lege, a protest stating therein, under
oath, that -to the best of his knowl
edge and belief, the animal is not in
feted with tuberculosis or glanders.
Thereupon if the animal be killed an
autopsy shall be held by three ex
perts, who shall be graduate veteri
arians of a recognized college, one
to be appointed and paid by t'he
:wner, one to be appointed by tire
State Veterinarian and paid by the
State and the third to b)e the State
Veterinarian or his Assistant. These
tree experts shall appraise such ani
nal before it is killed at its actual
ash value and if the autopsy shows
that the animal is entirely free from
any such disease, the cash value of
the animal immediately before the
killing shall be paid to the owner by
the State, less the value of the car
ass. Appraisements made under this
Act shall be in writing and shall be
igned by the appraisers and certi
ed by the local board of health and
b>e State Veterinarian. respectiv ely,
h1ese~ alppraisemientis shall beC transm-fit
d tol ide (omiptroller (General of tie
thle State Treasurer for th]e amount
thereof. If an animal b)e killed by the
36-inch all pure Linen Cambric for
Waists; sale price ..........25c..
New Lace Bands for dress trim
mings with Net Top laces to match,
white and cream 12 1-2c., 15c., 20c.,
All Linen Cream Damask, worth
65c.; sale price ............50c.
All Linen Cream Damask, woith
B5c.; sale price ............75c.
All Linen Bleached Damask, 72 in
ehes wide, beautiful patterns, worth
$1.25; sale prie ...........$1.00.
Linen Huck Towels, extra. good
weight; sale price .. ..15c, 20c, 25c.
Sheer White Linen Lawn) all pure
linen, 36 inches wide, worth 35c.; sale
price ................ ..25c.
White Waist Linen, 45 inch-es wide,
all pure Linen, heavy round thread,
worth 65c.; sale price, yard .. .. 50c.
White Linen Sheeting, 90 inehes
wide, all pure Linen, heavy round
t'hr'ead, the best value ever worth
.1.25: sale price ............89c.
Beautiful White Lingerie, 45 inches
wide. real English goods, made of
fine Egyptian cotton, washes beauti
fully. the greatest value ever shown
for 35c.; sale price ..-......25c.
Plain White English Nainsook, full
12-yard pieces, exceptional - value,
price for piece $1.19, $1.75, 2.25
.... .. .. ..........$2.75.
English Long Cloth, unmatchable,
values; price for pieces, 98c., $1.75,
LADIES' CHILDREN'S INFANTS'
AND MISSES' HOSIERY.
Ladies' Black Hose, elastic top,
narrow ankle, fast dye worth 25c.;
sale price .... ..,.... ...19c. each.
Ladies' Gauze 'Lisle Thread Hose,
fall seamless foot, narrow ankle, ela3
tic top black, tan, violet, light blue,
pink; worth 35 e.; sale .. .....25c.
to auos,apria an pamn
hispertaonte for the sate easntha
iainto aosy,apisali apsnd pamn
mals, in case of protest, shall receive
from the State five dollars (.$5.00)
per day and traveling expenses while
on actual duty. An itemized bill of
expenses of this veterinarian, certi
fied by the local board of health and
the State Veterinarian shall be trans
nitted to the Comptroller Gen. of the,
tate who sh'all draw a warrant on
the State Treasurer for the amount
Sec. 8. That the State Veterina
rian. is authorized and directed to
1arantine a stall. lot, yard, pasture,
reld. farm or town when he shall de
ermine the fact that live stock in1
.uch placee or p)laces are affected with'
yontagious infectious or communi
-able disease, or when said live stock
are intested or infected. with t'he car
rier or carriers of a contagious; in
eetious or communicable disease. The
tate Veterinar'ian, Assistant State
Veteinariani or live stock inspectors
appointed by -him shall give written
>r printed notice of the establishment
f said quarant-ine to the owners or
~eepers of said live stock. Any per
on who shall more live stock from
bese premises without written per
jissio from the State Veterinarian
r an authorized live stock inspe(etor.
-h8l be anilty of~ a misdemeanor, and,
e on iin. shall lbe punished for
-sh andl every violation by a fine not
ess than ten dollars, nor more than
e hndred dars, ,mor by imprison
Children 's fine gauze ribbed hose,
sizes 5 to 9 1-2, black and tan; spec
ial price ................15c.
Infants' Hose, white, black, tan,
sizes 4 to 6 1-2; special 10c, and 15c.
Children's White Socks, sizes 4 to
3 1-2; special........-.. ..15c.
Men's good tan and black Socks 3
pair for 25c.
Men's Imported Socks, full seam
ess foot, solid black, tan and new
Eancy patterns; special value ... 25c.
SHEETS, PILLOW CASES, BED
Bleached Bed Sheets, size 72 x 90
inches, French felled 'seam down cen
tre, worth 50c.; sale price .. . .39c.
Bleached Bed Sheets, size 72 x 90
inches, seamless, best grade, worth
75c.; sale price ..... .... ..65c.
Bleached Bed Sheets, size 81 x 90
inches, seamless, best grade, worth
B5c.; sale price ............75c.
Pillow Cases, 42x36 inch size, worth
12 1-2c.; sale price ....... ..10c.
Pillow Cases, best grade, 45x36
inch size, worth 20c.; sale price .15c.
Pillow Cases, best grade, 45x36 in
ches size, hemstitched ends; price 25c.
Large Bed Spreads, worth $1.25;
sale price ................98c.
Large Marseilles Bed Spreads,
beautiful. patterns, worth $2.50; sale
Large Marseilles Bed Spreads,
beautiful patterns, worth $3.50; sale
LADIBS' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR.
Corset Covers .... ...19c. to 39c.
Gowns .... .... .. ..50c. to 98c.
Skirts .. .... .....35c. to $2.98.
Drawers .... .... ...25c. to 75c.
The very best grade of muslin the
IOT LET IT SCARE YOU
when you see such a fine display I
of Spring and Summer good!s in
SCREEN DOORs and WINDOWS,I
Garden Hose, Lawn Mowers,
Garden anid Farmi utensils.
. Our goods look away up, but
our prices are as low as you can
fiind them any where for. 'We
have one of the b)..st lines of
tiup-to-date hardware, tools, farmx
supplies to be found in the
country, and one can alwa' s
find wihat you watit at
UMMER 8-'0THERS GO.
.!ent not less than ten days nor more
than sixty days, or by such fine andi
See. 9. All Acts or parts of Acts
neonsistent with the provisions of
this Act are hereby repealed.
Approved the second day of March,
A~. D., 1909.
Even when a woman doesn't under
stand any more what a man is talk
ing about than he does, she can make
bim think he is showing 'her.
~Th NEW SUNNo.2
This Writing Machinej
is Good Entoughfor
INVESTIGATE IT |
G . i. RBNSON, Agmt, E
MEN, WOMEN, GIRLS and BOYS.
Try a pair of our "Ultra" and
"Krippendorf" Slippers and Ox
fords and you will have the best as
to style, fit and wear a plenty of the
new Ankle Strap Pumps in tan, or
black for Ladies and Girls.
MEN'S SHOES AND OXFORDS.
We have a full and select line of
the celebrated "Snow'' and "Cros
sett'' Shoes and Oxfords for men.
The best f'or wear and style that this
country affords, prices from $3.00,
$3.0 $4. 00 and $5.00 in all leathers.
Try a pair and yon will always wear
The WVi y Oriental.
Ai'l'reccat s Our Shirts, not
tha.t he cru wear them, but for
tle fact th t they are so su
perbly mPade of the Finest
Materials that they will with
stand the t-eatment he puts.
them through when he~ washes.
Are r.ot only per;ectly made of
perfect materials but the pat
terns of those materials are the
most exclusive and up-to-date
you could wish.
$1300 and More.
EWA RT-ERRY CD,
The partnership heretofore ex
isting between A. W Jones and
J. F. Gleason, uinder the firm name
of Jones & Gleason, has this day
been dissolved by mutual consent.
The sa'd J. F. Gleason has pur
chased the partnership property
and will conduct the business in his
name, and all persons indebted to
Jones & Gleason are hereby noti
fled and requested to pay same to
J F. GI-asn
J. F GLEASON.
A. W JONES.