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DRY GOODS NEWS
White Organdie is in demand at this time. Our 75c
quaity is crisp and transparent.
Dimities 'Make pretty frocks for the little tots. We
have wo nice qualities at 35c and 50c.
Silk Migonette (silk jersey) is very popular this seas
on. We are offering this beautiful fabric in navy and
black at $2.25 the yard.
Our Gold Band Taffeta is the silk supreme for dresses.
We have this splendid taffeta in all shades-$1.75 to
r A Tuxedo style lace collar will add a charming touch
to your dress or coat. See our pretty new patterns priced
50c to $1.50.
The American woman is the best dressed woman in
the World. The foundation for her charming frocks is
usually a Madame Grace Corset-their pliancy makes
for freedom of movement and comfort.
We sell Madame Grace Corsets to "The woman who
The News and Herald. Preach this from the pulpit, ye
WINNSBORO, S. C. the pew, y lame wh pro
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Editor and Publisher y ony uiia n tt fi.
Entered in the post office at Winn s- ns"ady e f"itebs
boro, S. C., as second Class mail mat-thsifnelhieradmei
ter prtntrshof the Gsmall amout fo
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On Tiesdy th citzenso ils,-om an remembertye day of sal
borower caled ponocoosewho buaione ing to ten to it ons
they esird t~diret th suces" ina doing i smethat ngur "Do
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eletio tht i wold lmot ipmigtnt shoan the thel mot ofev
bdoranyecenstrlcdionowork ihothe near
they hesie town' drct'affairs loefutr."oi o, n h d
managed. fori toe expectwo tats
thisardotaaes ftetw our partpleware individualand to
will accomplish great results, but toa uiesslainadee
they could have worked to so muchmoe
better advantage if the voting had tifo ie ti h udrro
been more lively and they couild feel.
that .they had the undivided supportopotniy
and unanimous 4pproval of :11 the
We~hope that these gentlemen will
take charge of their duties with theMac1319,aplewihvn
vision of a Greater Winnsbor and with getrfrea h rsn ieta
a realization of the responsibilities i i ntedyi a rte.B
that go with them. The progress ofbraigdw th cedto te
our town, the well-being of our cit.-onr n etrcigbsns
izens, the safety of our citizens andgradistrhsbeboutup
their property, the safety of our o h hl onr;btti a
children, mentally and morally, de- b vroeadtetd undt
pends upon how they look on the poprtadtre ucli
office of alderman. h epeo h cutywl dp
As we stated above, great thingsthsugtinmaentefogo
may be looked for from these -suc- nadcrythmotpmtlad
cessful business men, who are men.wtalthimgt-anfcres
of progressive ideas. And whateverReodMac3119.
program they decide will be for the - ____
best interests of the town,'-they may CENlP LA P
be assured that The News and Her- Leevrbdgtbuy Gtri
aid will always be found supportingofirbedrsadgmbedr!
them in their efforts.Exmnclsyyorbkyad
Let's all get a vision of the Greater bsmn n tifiuet os
Winnsoro.many caused shfifeyo a n proeut
Buil tha houe no; costrcoul save lif waing.oery
thathighay a onc; buldt atioun exeyting ombtbe thet n
scholtht curc, epar tatbro..tlae dth reider bunoxe cnve
en aveent bildtha graguad ent for then cit watghaons. "D
* Go ahead withyour lani; speed alarance
thenaionontherod t fll mpoy ghTTERhul BEA thEEDtoe.
ment, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ utr."D t o, and thus dotntedyof HnesnsBshLmBre'
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OPST WEEKL Y
WINNSBORO, S. C., APRIL 15, 1921.
Everything is coming down this year but-skirts.
Mrs. Smith doesn't always get the last word! The
other day she got to talking to-another lady.
If you must use a hammer, use it to build.
Now Mr. Mayor, put your progressive young helpmates
to improving our streets.
Speaking of lightning changes, our Muddy Main, over
night becomes the Dusty-Way.
It is hard to admire the man who makes a success out
of what you gave up as a failure.
Now that we have Red on the council, we may expect
our' town to be brighter.
No suffragette ticket! Wasn't it dear of the ladies
to give the men one more chance to make good.
tore You Hear So Much A
The Story of T S o
Our States Cut fFifed
WyJOT N BRACE WhraW..Wowr n d
V.-CONNECTICUT M end ~d ~i omt
C O N N E C TI
C U T us grntandstes fAdiis~a
~unique as prob- to fteEtt n fet fJ
II~IT ably t he first J odad
- state which was Thsarthrfrociendd.
cr, ad in the
world by a writ- oihaladsnurtekird
ten constitution. n rdtr ftesi .J od
It was really' an offshoot from wrdcaeta hyb n p
Massachusetts, for In 1636 there
was dissatisfaction over the form pa eoemi h or fPo
of government among the Purl- baetoehldtWnsornte
tans in Cambridge, Watertown
and Dorchester, the the totownrlnetsftrpblcto
surrounding Boston. A large hroa 1ocoki h oeon
part of these three towns, thee-tshwcueifnyhyhawy
fore, decided to journey to the thsaddmntriosoudntb
Connecticut valley, as they had
heard that there was to be found gatd
excelent farm land, and the Gvnudrm adti t a
Dutch from New Netherlands o piAn oii12
had been forced out the previousw.LHLEY
year by the erection by the Eng- 2-JugofPbae
lish of a fort at Saybrook at the
mouth of the river. The Cam
bridge people, under the leader
ship of their pastor, Hooker,
founded Hartford, the Dorches
ter people settled Windsor, and
those from Watertown estab
lished Wethersfleld. For a few
years they remained a part of
Massachusetts, but early in 1639
the people of these three towns
met and drew up a written con
stitution and agreed to govern
themselves. Meanwhile, In 1638.
a large company of colonists un
der the leadership of John Dav
enport arrived from England and
settled the town of New Haven.
later spreading to Milford and
Stamford. These two distinct
colonies were later united and WT A E D E .
took the name of Connecticut
from its principal river. This Is I M DA E Y
an Algonquin Indian name mean
ing "long river." It became the R U E U PC
fifth state to join the Union
when L;. adopted the Constitution T N IN
on January 9, 1788. It Is some
times called the Land of Steady
Habits, but is more popularly D ntfre htw
known as the Nutmeg state from
the humorous accusation thatintw atrao bi
its peddlers were accustomed to
palm off wooden nutmegs to
their customers. The area of '
Connecticut is 4,965 s qu ar e
miles, the third smallest of our
stites. I.ts population, however,
entites it tp seven electoral
votes for president.
VOL. L NO. 1
NEWSY STYLE NOTES
Our wash dress season opened Monday with a whoop.
Have you seen the prettg* style conceits we are showing
in organdie and swiss dresses?
Dresses fashioned by Peggy Paige of New York; are
the recognized favorites of, the smartly dressed young
American women. We are always proud to show you
Miss Peggy's lovely frocks.
Springtime is blouse-time. Our blouse section is.
full bloom. We want you to see our
in taped and tie-back styles.- You will be surprised at
the low prices that prevail this season.
On Wednesday we received a shipment of very
taffeta frocks that we marked at the very low fgur
Do you need a pretty silk skirt? We have themin l
th new woven silks. The colors are wonderful
We have Fashionette hair nets for particular
- - Shipped fronm factory
9 4 erected by simple
Double walls in most qzw
-during. Delightful t N i
-~~~ State kind of house you want ~'~
buid ndwewill sen1 p~
- i~llustratild booklet Wi
-- gives designs, flo ilais,
dscriptionse and money-saY
- Ing pribes.
DIXIE HOUSE COMPANY NOTH s~mTN
ICE TIO OUR. SERVICE AND CAN DELIVER
UR WAGONS WILL HAVE A REGULAR
IAL ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT AT~
carry a line of the best meats and produce
LO MARKET, Phone 1 15~