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Young Men's S
Brown Cashunere
.I~lot Young
regular $32.50 an
* ' PRIC
The News and Herald.
WINNSBORQ, S. C.
P. I.LDEES
Editor and Puihe
htered 'in the pest offece at Winns
6ero, S. C., as seeamiclass miag mat
ter.
'' 5l2fnlly guided, the ir.far.t savage
* a your home today may become. th~
aggressive citizen of tomorrow.
* It is rather amusing to behold the
nations gabbing -'about disarmament,
dac having its hand upon its gun.
* An Alabama mule that kicked a man
in the bead and broke, Its leg in two
* places was shot. It's a- har4 world.
Few things are so restful to the
wearied eye of the city man as a tr@
to the country to see the bllboards.
. It Is diffBcult to understand the state
of mind of any man who will join In a
bunt to exterminate a herd of buffalo.
dIs going to waste sympathy
* -. cn the automobile owner who tries to
get past with a 1920 license and Is
caught at it.
Now that a federal tax has been
placed on bathing, thriflt is going to he
very popular with a certain portion of
the population.
Chicago cops will "dress like womn
cm" In order to trap the purse snatch
xrs. No doubt they will disguise their
*est with galoshes.
Geologists say that freshets are
gradually washing the United States
away and that It will all be washed in
thez ocean In 1,001.920.
"Coppers show strength in New
-York," says a headline-but It's on the
anarket page, so there's no use In get
-ting unduly optimistic.
"Go to work or go to jail," Is the
luussian edict to strikers, while In Lon
don striking workmen shout, "We want
. ovlets !" We wonder why.
Nowadays wh'en a girl starts to
witing a diary the wise parent begins
te take special notice of her compan
Ions and the places she visits.
A Chicago paper has reopened the
old question of whether a woman al
ways closes her eyes when kissing. In
some cases she simply has to.
The- farmer who makes two acres of
atermelons grow on his farm where
lyone grew before Is a major gen
n1In the army of optimiSm.
Styles ii
FIVE G
roup 1.
its made of AUl Wool
fornmedy $30.00.
IAL $15.00
roup 2.
Men's Fancy Worsteds,
i$35.00
~DAT $17.50
EN'S "JUST WRIGHT'
HOP1
SThe Story of
Our States
3, JONAThN DRACE
ilL-NEW JERSEY
9 SEYS-Xbe- |
came the I
9O 9WJR
third state i
9 justasi days e
9after Pennsyl- i
vania had for- Ij)
9 many adopted I
the Constitution. This territory,
Iwhich covers 8,224 square mIles,;
9origInally was a- part .of the
province of New Netherlands.
In 168k, after the English con
quest af New Netherlands, theP
i dukee OfYrk sold thesuternl
portion to Lord Berkeley and Sir 9
9 George Casteret. The latter had
*won- some distinction as gover
*nor of the little island of Jersey
pin the English channel, and It
*was In his honor that the new9
s province came to be called New
Jersey. The eastern portion, 9
that about Newark,\was settled *
by Carteret and the territory to 99
the southwest, where Burlington 9
Sand Trenton now stand, feli to 9
*Berkeley. After a few years 9
berkeley sold his share to a
party of Quakers and two dis- ;
tinct -provinces were formed.
'called East and West Jersey. *
9They were reunited, however, in
1702, and became a .single prov- ,
9Ince under the direct rule of the ~
English crown.9
DNew Jersey casts fourteen
electoral votes for president.
(@ bsy McClure Newspaper Syndicate.)
Small Things Cause Discord.
ItIsn't the inng journey on foot that
makes you tootsore but It is the grain
of whyt In your shoe or the wrinkle
in your sock. It isn't the thousand
miles your auto runs that wears it out
but the grain of sand In the bearings,
Little things make discord. Little
things disturb our happiness.
Srnall Joys Always Best.
Little joys refresh us constantly,
ike house-bread, and never bring dis
gat; great ones, like sugar-bread,
briey, and then satiety.-Riichter.
HEMSTITCHING and picoting at.
tachment works on any sewing
machine, easily adjusted. Price $2.50
'with full instructions. Gem Novelty
Co. Box 1031, C'ornus Christi, Texas.
1 the M<
ROUPS OF I
Group I
MEN'S AND YOUM
MADE OF'ALL WOC
CASHMEE, MADE ]
YOUNG MEN'S, SOL
S39.51
SPECIAl
$11.00 TAN ENGLISH
LNE BI
PALMAFESTA QUEEN.
Miss Sarah Kirkpatrick, of Ches.
r county, was crowned Queen. of
~almafesta in Columbia Thursday
ight.
'RATMENT OF WINTHROP.
BY THE LEGISLATURE.
Preident -Johnson, of Winthrop
yollege, while at Atlantic City, sent
e following telegram to Senator
art, who did his best to secure for
"inthrop proper, treatment at the
mds of the Legislature
"I wish td give a solemn warning
hat if Winthrop is not given more
noney than was provided in House
ppropriation 'Bill for printing, fuel,
lectrity and gas, wages, janitors
d laborers, repairs and for few ad.
itional teachers for additional stu..
ets, in accordance with itemized
tatement filed with the Finance
ommittee, it will' be seriously crip
pled, if not prevented from running
bbrough the fiscal year."
NNUAL MEETING OF
DEMONSTRATION AGENTS
The- annual meeting of the Home
Demonstration Agents of South Cur.
in.a will be held at Winth':p Gol.
ege, Rock Hill, S. C., March 25 to
April 5, under the direction of the
State Home Demonstration Agent,
Miss Christine N. South, and the
District Agents, Misses Bessie THar
per and Lois Watkins and Mrs. Fran.
es Y. Kline.
W. D. RICHARDSON.
The funeral services of Mr. W. D.
Richardson, who was found dead at
his home in Nelson Wednesday morn.
ing were held in the Presbyterian
church here Thursday afternoon at
5 o'clock.
MAGAZINES
A FULL LINE OF THE BEST
AND LATEST COPIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
COME AND SEE OUR LINE
TENNANT BROTHERS
Main Street
Winshorn S. C.
)st Servi<
IEN'S CLOT:
[o. 3.
G MEN'S SUTIT1S,
L WORSTEDS and
N REGULAR AND
) FOR $37.50 AND
~$19.50
CUT OXFORDS, OUR I
(0TH]
, CARD OF THANKS.
We take this method of extending
ur appreciation ice the kindnesses
and expressions of sympathyr iendsred
s during our recent bereavement in
the death of our son, John H. Gibson,
J. H. .Gibson and Family.
C. CState Highway Department. F.
A Project No. 90-A, Fairfield
County.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Bids will be received until. '12
clock noon, Tuesday, April 5, 1921,
at the office of the Board of County
Commissioners of Fairfield County,
Winnsboro, 8. C., for the construction
of 5.439 miles of the Columbia-Char
lotte road, between Wimisboro city
limits and Survey Station 201-05.5
near Nelson, in Fairfield County.
The work to be done will consist
of the necessary clearing and grub
bing within' the 50 ft. right of way
and the following approximate
quantities: 22,866 cu. yards, common
excavation, 500 cii. yds rock excava
tlon; 17.165 cii. yds .top soil sur
facing, 347.5 lin. ft. V. C. pipe, 31.4
c. yds class "B" concrete in head-.
walls and 10 cu. yds class "A" con
rete, 10 cu.' yds. class "B" concrete,
4 e. yds class "C" concrete, 893 lbs,
steel reinforcement for widening of
existing 16 ft. concrete bridge.
Proposal forms must be accompa~
nied by a certified check or corpor
ate surety bond for five hundred
($500.00) dollars, made payable to
the Chairman of the Board of Coun
ty Commissioners of Fairfield Coun
Plans, specifications and proposal
forms are on file at the office of M.
C. Boulware, County Supervisor,
Winnsboro, S. C., and at the office of
the state Highway Engineer, Colum.
bia, S. C. Plans and specifications
may be obtained at the latter ad.
dress upon request accompanied by
check for five ($5.00) dollars, whict~
sum will be refunded if the planm
are returned in good condition with
in thirty days after the receipt ol
WE TEACH THROUGH CORRES
PONDENCE the same bookkeep.
ing, accountancy and penmanship at
taught in our college daily. Very
low rate of tuition. We are :3 i.eal
you as your mail box. Write a. enlce
for particulars. Bowen's Husia s!
College, Accredited School, olum,
ba S. C. -
eable Mat4
ING
Group 4.
1 lot Men's Suits, Al Wool Serge
mere and Worsted . Sold for $42.50 a
OUR PRICE $25.
Group 5.
Men's and Young -5eMs Suits a"
finish Serge and worsted, sold from
to $50.00.
SPECIAL $29.50
RICE........$7.5)
ANNES WINS FROM A 4WAN. took tbA
a body.
On Wednesday ight at the Roy- ond fin
al Cafe there was another very e- his fan
citing wrestling match between Wm stated'
Kirshman of Camp 3aelkion and Nick geT' cre1
Annes, the local wrestler. The match to 'see i
was very fast adid furious. 'Beth men, Ainnei
worked smooth and lver. Annes Lion"' n
IRISBI COBBLXR J
A. B. CATHI
Do not forget that we have a large
all kinds of Belting,' Pipe, Valves, Fil
ing, Pulleys and Hangers, Bolts, Nuts a
else you need in the way of Machinery
Prices. Try us.
C?olumbia Supj
823 West Gervais Street,
Let us furnish
RoughILi
ANY SID
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