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CLEAR TIE TRACK FOR
Business is on the Up Trend-but it is up to all of us
to stimulate it and give it a bcost by supplying our
normal needs and so keep America employed.
If everybody pitches in and buys the things they
need for just their ordinary comforts-the wheels of
industry will whir a song of prosperity for allAmerica.
COME ON MEN, LOOSEN UP.
We want you to see our new clothing for Spring nd
by Michael-Stern Co. They are real clothes for regular
fellows. When you slip on the hand tailored coats and
get a glimpse of your form you feel like stepping on the
gas-you simply breathe Optimism. Sure, they are
Priced Right: $27.50 to $39-50.
Yes Sir-Regal Shoes are chuck full ok comfort, style
and wear. You are absolutely protected against loss
when you purchase a pair of Regals-they must make
good-or we will. Have you seen the new Spring Styles
now on display? We have a dandy showing of real calf
and kid leathers-a style for every foot.
Price range on Oxford?: $5.00 to $9.75.
Old Sol says-warm days are ahead. What about
your straw piece for your upper story? Listen fellows,
we are showing a good selection in all the new shapes
and straws. Say, fellows, do you favor a Panama for
this season? We have some regular Panamas-real
South American woven in two good shapes. Optimo and
Fedora blocks at Five Bucks.
Play Boy caps have the call now for all ages. They
are made in Norfolk style with full pleated backs. The
materials are alright.
Priced at $1.50.
The News and Herald. AN OPEN FORUM.
WINNSBORO, S. C. Teitrsso epeaesf
-P. M. DEESthithuhardatuoterco.
Editor and Publisher vcin.Tepitdpg a t
Entered in the post office at Winns- rs awt od esn ena.
boro, S. C., as second class mail mat-cliethbuwroforietya
ter. Adyttesoe odhsaget
THE MEMORIAL ADDRESS,. euirgf n a edvlp n
The United Daught'ers of the Con- ec vrhsflos
federacy made no mistake in inviting Eeycmuiysol hv t
Mr. Glenn of the Chester bar to makeopnfrmweeteissofth
the memorial address. He is a young dyadmteso ulcitrs
man-the grandson, perhaps, of the myb icse-hr nopr
Confederacy-bhut a Southerner from tyD2beaorefothex
intelligent ccnviction. His appeal tochneoidaadalmycarf
the study of the men and the cause tertikn.Iesaentps
of the 'sixties must have impressed ssin Ob noe efsl.Te
everyone as wise and just. Today ~ ierlgo.Temr ePS
the South is misunderstood in manysestemrwedietohaehm
quarters,' and even among us, they wt tes hnig'e n e
are not wanting who do not under- nvln e rv ovrain
stand either the real issue rior thethrfewnteygtaidahy
spirit of the Confederacy. It will go wn odsusi n hudd o
doru in history as a lost cause and Dsuso sc~rtv nistn
many of us are glad that the fathers dnyadbodn h etlh.
did not succeed in establishingrin.Msmecastdsoef
another government. But to conclude .Iisntgvnoayoeto0
that they were wrong or that theirknwaloaysujcadthi
fight was in vain is to reason falsely.didalvepntmyedtob
The fight was for principle and prin..shfd.Mnmeofaymishsg
ciple is an undying factor in humanbenaporbwtusNowolk
life. Its defenders may be over,-tayqeto ro uttesm
powered by force but might hasviwonadnotobngtis
never and never will make right. The suyjs h aeeprec.W
right of a people to self governmentcalermuhfo echter
was dear to the fathers and it is dear Itithogdscsonhaoe
to the libe by-loving peoples of to..-aqie h bliyt xrs el~
day. It is this principle that has un- hsies aymnaehmee
- scrambled the national mixup of cen..inlfadotetmsarathe'
tral .Europe through the awful car- eryoinrormnbcuety
nage 'of the late world war. The real hv o ere oepeste.
issue the future is a living issuesevsraiyPulcpehisik
before the minds a.nd in the heartsswmignthtyuaknoed.
of the peoples of the world today,.a ni ouvnueot
It can no't be settled on the battle- Mn esn ih ea~.ge
field by shot and shell. Its weapons wyw hud.aea pnfrmf
are truth and right, and when thisheeiWinbo.Tsewlocu
materialistic age comes to its sensestoyuayuredhi*Waewr.
and we begin to realize that the tn eeyt tru orpr
moral forces of life are the worth mnsb a fsgeto n r
while, then will the wisdom, the spir.. t nueyut onwt sadhv
iand the courage of the men whoanoefru.Clitwtyu
wore the Grey be appreciated,.il h aei imtra.Tec
~rese memorial exercises are notexhneoidatemuftrngc5
fanning the dying embers of a spentofpbioinnadthdelpmt
fame, but, when conducted as on the i u ol
10th, they are feeding the fires that
are burning ont the wrong and puri.. SeQhrsRain"lmCoc*
fyin th rigt i ~humngovenmetheir" theh andmucty pnthetr con
vicytinsd niheitedpga t
WINNSBORO, S. C., MAY 13th, 1921.
Mary had a Thomas cat,.
It warbled like Caruso;
A neighbor swung a baseball bat
Now Thomas doesn't do so.
How about a dose of the above medicine for Calamity
Never mind Swell-Heads-Sap rises in the Springtime.
Volstead is after everything with a kick-Farewell
What has become of the male membeA of the Baby
(art Pushers Club?
Why worry Einstein? We don't have to raise Amer
-cans anymore-we import them.
If Uncle Sam don't close the Sea Gate, our future citi
zens will- be stamped-Made in Europe.
If out Majority Think trouble we are sure to Get
trouble despite the heroic behavior of bankers and far
sighted business men.
Hard times is a mere pretense, the shadow of a pas
sing ghost moving along by the power generated by be
lief in it.
store You Hear So Much!
CiaFamine Fund. At the ~T e S o y o
unday night Serviceratethe churche
a May 15th, next Sunday, a collec- u
on will be taken uip for the starv- * f~j ~~ RC
ig people of China. No one will be 1L.E A PHR
sked for more than $10. " Do not *o N1
>rbear to help deliver those whoTHAM
ithout such help are appointed to SIEfl
- Sentence Hymr's." dfntl
The teri' "'geamm-e hymn" enme
orom the practice of easrlier dtays.:UntdSae.Teoniuio
rhen hymn l'ooks were senrce. Lna wst fral ae fetwe
rder thnt all the congregation mt;ght nn ttshdrtfe tado
e able to join in the~ sitring td'e IJn 1 78 e aph
astor wounld rend lud the irst two one u h eesr ut
nlea. whieh were then s tilund the Io h tts hsba i
eiding and sinuging woidr continue-~gnafrte~cdn oeb
lternately to the end of the bytan. onyfudas
'his practi'e is still conltinuedi In h einngfNwHm
ie of the rural churches of th hreea akt CpanM
Finger Nail's History. a.Tuwsthnmeo
The rapidity of the growth of the thconydrvdadalota
ails is indicative ot the health. The ofIsirtcyPtmuh.A
rowth of the nails on the right hand arwr o ao' atfl
Sin most people more rapid than of
Nose os the left hand. Another curt.i- in hre h a l
us point is, that the rate of growth ~teMrlrcrvr h is
f ther nail depends directly on the :stlmnswr tre n12
~ngth of the finger! Thus the nails inReadDerShtlafr
n the two middle fingers of men
row more rapidly than those on the :atelgcldsueaoeI
rst and third fingers, respectively, lebyrsAneHth
nd these in turn are more speedy 1p0 tgbnihd oe fhrfl
leir growth than those on the little loeswnnrtadfudd
ngers. IEeentfrfo h on
Lansing's Book PublIshed. ofotsuhanDve.Sr
Boston. - Robert Lansing's long l fe h ono spo
w'aited book. "The Peace Negotla- wsetldbMaacuts
ons," will be given to the public at pel.AsCtanMondd
'icc. It is a startling story of what sonatrhsheefutws
ippened behind the scenes at the I 61jie hmevst
sace conference. Ma5custsIn17.hwvr
Murdered Her Husband. agianthrolprv
Baxley, Ga.-Mrs. Alvira O'Berry, ~lc fNwHmsie
) wis convicted of the murder of Th prsnar oNe
er huisband by a jury here, a recoin- Hmsiei ,4 qaemls
endatio~n of mercy from the jury au- FrmtergdasctoIs
matically fixing a life-term sentence Iwiemutishscm h
ader the statutes.naeGaiettbywchI
To Resume Full ime. pouainfNe Hmshr
Detroit.-Resumption of full time warnsnelcolvtef
,erations was announced by the fororpeint
udson Motor Car company. The ~(b clr esae ydct.
mpany has been operating with a
irtailed force on a reduced working
mit at CommuniyA'heatNeBsoon
Don'tthe hontr .eof
VOL I. NO.5.
STYLE OF THE TIMS
The rage for pretty cotton dresses is sweeping. the
country! New York has decreed that they are just the
thing for morning wear for all occasions. The materials
used are Ramie linens, voiles and organdies, dotted swiss
in dark shades is used to some extent.
Have you seen our window of pretty Ramie Linens?
This is a fabric that is being used textensively for sports
wear. The colors are pink, lavendar and Mrs. Harding
Blue. The price is 75c the yard.
We are offering a special finish white organdie this
week forty inches wide at the attractive price of 50c the
yard. Our 75c quality is forty-four inches wide, it is a
permanent finish organdie, very sheer.
The time for silk parasols is here. Ours have cover
ings for Rain or Shine weather. Pretty subdued colors
are in faVor this season. The prices are very reasonable,
quality considered. Display is now on. First-Act.
If baby needs a pretty new cap we have them. Made
of nice lawns and pretty sheer organdies with val lace
trimmings and self pleats. The low prices will appeal
to thrifty mothers-50c each.
Red Star hemmed diapers ready for use, made of soft
absorbent cotton. No scratch-baby wears them with a
smile. Full 27x27 inches.
A dozen'to the package. Our price: $2.25 the package.
Special values this week in silk petticoats are being
shown in our Lingerie department. Soft jersey silk tops
with good quality taffeta flounces can be had at the low
AGRICULTURAL SHORT COURSE Statement of thefCoudiu
AT CLEMSON CO.L EGE. THE FARMERS AI41M KASb
The Agricultural Short Course forloaeitRdewS.Ctth
Sclub boys will be held at Clemson cs fbsns pi 8 91
vCollege from July 12th to July 22nd,REO CS
inclusive. 1 n each county where Lasaddsons $9,9.1 f
club work was conducted~ in 1920, d b
*members making the first and second .........
Shighest records according to )fficialFniueadftrs.. 13157 -
rules governing club worc and ' ho Ohrra saeond. 1100
h:ove not previously attended an an.. Di rmbnsadbn
*nual short course on a scholarshi
4will be en~Jtled to attend the 1,1Sle n te io
*shiort course on scholaships. TIhese con. .......613.
*scholarships include fre.e board rndChcsadahitm 93
Ptuition wieat the college, but do 109
*not include railroad fare to .nd from "rni rf5.....
-the college, and other'expenses. If TTL....18172
*for any reason a boy who is entitledLIBITE
to the scholarship fails to take ad-.Cptlsokpi i . $2,0.0
*vantage of. same or expresses the pur- Srlsfn......570O
Spose of. not attending, the boy Udvddpoisescr
* making the next highest record ae- pi..........352
cording to rules, will be entitled to Dvdnsupi .(
*the scholarship. Idvda eoissb
. The short cours0 will be open to jc o(hc....
:all other boys from every county inSaigdests. ..3,568
' the State, between the ages of 10 Blspybe nldn
Iand 18 years, who were members of broe.......,0.0
*boys' agricultural clubs in 1920, and _____
* those who are enrolled in 1921, pro-. TTL....$0,3.1
pvided they will pay the fee of $12.00Steofouh.arm,
*to cover board and tuition, the num- Cut fFifed
ber from each county being unlimi- eoem am .Aas
*ted,.ahe fteabv ae ak
* The short course furnishes oppor- wo en uyson asta h
ptunity for boys to obtain valuable aoeadfrgigsaeeti
Sinformation, and will have a ten..recniino si ak ssOI
Idency to enlarge their vision and will b h ok fsi ak
Pcaiuse them to form definite purposes R .Aas
*at a very important period in their Swrtondsbciebfrem
1lives. They will have the opportun-.ti t a fMy 91
1ity of seeing Clemson College and AB es
learning the great purpose forNoayPli.
Iwhich it was established, and theCorcAte:
*work it is doing. It will fire in them W .Jhsn
pan ambition to return there to com- .S Emns
Iplete their education. The short C .Tdel
course will also offer an opportunity Drcos
Ifor a splendid outing at one of the-_______________
.4 nmst delightful points in the State,CADO THNS
where conditions are unusually invit..
ing for a good time. We are hoping xadMr.W M Hvean
for an attendance of 250 boys !.etfaiyofodarwstoeen
re: no county fail to send its quota. tak otermn red o hi
oxPEAS-I want your peas, i have theofeigdungtirectbe e.