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UES SINCE THE
If the "price question"
joying the better style
clothes-forget it. This
town. Here, the best ma(
In the smartest mn's
towns Royal Tailoring is
vogueful and correct custo
If you want the best clo
want to save $10 to $20 o
No matter what your I
fabric, you will find it emb:
There is a $4,000,000 cc
of honorable tradition bac
Your money back always if
dred per centum.
Price range for Royal
. $27.50 Up. Palm Beach an
Our measure taker has
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The News and Herald.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
P. M. DEES
Editor and Publisher
Entered in the post office at Winns
boro, S. C., as second class mail mat
Some people see through a glass
bluely and others report bigger sales
for the first three months of 1921
than the corresponding period of 1920.
Some people cannoft see prospects of
anything but the sheriff and the poor
house, while others put in their timie
selling something, not in shivering
and shaking over he possibility of
bankruptcy. Some people hear of
something horrible happening to a
business man and regard themselves
as next, while others breathe a little
deeper and go over their list of pros
No matter how dull things may
seem, somebody is always buying
something. There are stiil thousands
of factories running and paying off
regularly every Saturday and the
people they pay off are not sending
the money to their dlelapidated kin
folks. They are spending it, like they
always spent it, for fo->d and clothing
and comforts and luxuries. They
may not be spending it with the fel
lows who see so much blue, but they
are spending it with somebody. The
American family is not a miser.
They are not as "saving" as they
ought to be, perhaps. They look on
moniey as, a means to an end.
But the American people have
learned a great deal about thrift in
the last year or so, real thrift. They
do not mind spending any more than
they ever minded it, but they believe
in getting a dollar's worth for a dol
lar, if possible. They know more
about how to go about getting that
dollar's worth to offer for a dollar and
the fellows who admit that and who
know how to offer it are the ones who
are getting the trade of these thrifty
The buying public can no more be
fooled than the sharpest buyer for the
big department store. Sting the pub
lic once and they are through with
that particular stinger. They want
in buy and they will buy, but they
IFUL GOOD-CLOTHES VAL
FOND, FULL DOLLAR
h:as been keeping you from en
and fit of rnade-to-measure
barrier doesn't exist in this
le-to-order clothe- are an econ
wear shops in nca 0
standard-the erronym for
m-tailor styling and workman
thes value in America-if you
n your summer suit-come to
reference is, as to color and
aced in The Royal Fabrics.
rporation and fifty-two years
k of every Royal Tailor suit.
you are not satisfied one hun
Garments in all-wool fabrics
d Tropical fabrics $18 Up.
been awarded the degree of
r the Royal Tailors.
have too great a variety of sellers to
choose from to have to buy at one
place. They are traders, not order
ers--and the people getting the trade
are the people who know the dif
One thing that some business men
have never fully realized is the dif
ference between the well satisfied
customer and the partly satisfied one.
People like to come back to the same
establishment, to the same salesmen.
They will inconvenience themselves
te do that. Also, they will inconven..
ience themselves to keep from com-.
ing back where they think they have
been given a raw deal. They are not
coming back. They will try dozens
of other places first.
Somebody is always buying, some-.
body is always selling. At the close
of 1921 some men are going to look
back and say"The worst year I ever
had." Others will say "The best year
I ever had." There will be a reason.
SCHOLARSHIP AND ENTRANCE
The examination for the award of
vacant Scholarships in Winthroo
College and for admission of newv
students will be held at the County
Court House on Friday, July 1, at
9 a. m. Applicants must not be less
than sixteen years of age. When
Scholarships are vacant after July
1, th-y will be awarded to those
making the highest average ;.t his
ex: mination, provided they mneet the
conditions governing the award. Ap
plicants for Scholarships should
write to President Johnson before
the examination for Scholarship cx
Scholarships are worth $100 and
free tuition. The . next session will
open September 14th, 1921. For fur
ther information and catalogue, ad
dress Pres. D. B. Johnson, Rock Hill.
S. C. 9..10.. 3
STRAYED-Into my pasture, one
red and white graded Guernsey heif..
er, with both ears marked. Her back
has solid streak of white about nine
inches wide. Owner can get same by
paying cost of advertisement, plus
a little pasturage. 10-it-pd
W. J* Stevenson.
WINNSBORO, S C
X m Vtfl . : Au wi be
ried then you will never ru
After you have seen a nm.
to wonder why he wears lo:
The Indians used to put
forth to scalp a foe. Thei
June is a month of weddi:
affects some people.
Life is just one thing a
had cats for pets, now they
Wifey can choose the rest
wise bird. There are Life
Dew in the mountains.
If gossips' tongues could
our time pieces would never
Some say "Better to be k:
be so! But the difference
Business conditions are
The power of our unified
prosperity will make happ;
jchants, fill the banks and g
Store You, Her
~The Story of
B y JONATHAN BRACE
sr HE CAPI-9
TAL of #
na is very ap
leigh, f or it t
ease as Sir Wal
eter Raleigh who was respon
Ssible for North Carolina's first
9settlement. It was In 1584 that
SRaleigh obtained permission
9from Queen Elizabeth to plant
an English colony in America,
9and the expeditions which he9
*sent established a little colony
9on Roanoke island. There in9
S1587 was born the first Ameri
can child of English parents.
SShe was named Virginia Dare,
after the virgin qireen. This col
9ony, due to England's war with 9
SSpain, could not be properly sup
Sported. and after a few years 9
pel~rished. It was not until over *
9a century later that permanent
Ssettlements were made. Daring o
9pioneers from Virginia pressed
9south into the new territory, and 9
Sthese, augmented by a large
9company of Huguenots from 9
SFrance and a greater number of
9Germans from the Palatinate,
Sfounded the first North Carolina e
9town of Newburn in 1710. By
Sthe time of the Revolution the 9
Spopulation in North Carolina
Shad increased to such an extent, 9
with an influx of Scotch-Irish i9
9and Scotch Highlanders who 9
settled chiefly in the western
9counties, that it ranked fourth
Samong the original thirteen col
9onies. Today Its populatioa en
Stitles it to twelve electoral votes e
9for president. In area it stands
9about halIf way among the states
iwith 52.426 square miles. North
SCarolina was the twelfth state
9to adopt the Constitution, the ~
Sformal ratification taking place
9in Novemher. 1789. The derira- ~
Stion of the name Carolina, as in
9the case of South Carolina, came
Sfrom the Latin Carolus, mean
Sing Charles. and was given orig-9
inaolly in honor of King Charles
SIN of France and retained by
9King Charles II of England.
North Carolina is clso known
9as the Old North state.
fi@ by McClure Newspaper SyndIcate.)
.JE :rd. 1921.
troubled u:ntil You arc mar
.n in a bathing suit you cease
)m war-paint when they went
odern girl paints up to snare
igs. Funny how hot weather
ter another. Once maidens
have lounge lizards.
rt this summer. Hubby is a
Savers at the sea shore and
be used as clock pendulums
orn lucky than rich." May
amounts to 8 per cent per
mproving slowly but surely.
thought concentrated on
farmers, contented mer
ig the calamity howler.
Lr So Much Abol
America May Be Eurol
With Our Populat:
Hy GUSTAVE I
Our nitrate situation is not one th
nimity. We must develop great electrica
steam because of the increasingly serious
us with nitrates. The more nitrates we
The average comparative yield per
United States and Europe was, prior to
figures being avo lable-as follows: W
ted States, 15 bushels; oats-Europe,
bushels; barley-Europe, 3S bushels; U
Europe, 30 bushels; United States 16
bushels; United States, 96 bushels.
And the reason ? Here it is: In I
Germany 214'pounds, and in this countr;
In the long run our ability to corn
depend to a large degree on our ability t
as they do. That cannot be done witho
tilizer; and to produce nitrate in suffic
large number of great hydro-electric ple
reduced cost in connection with irrigatic
ted States might be the granary of Euroj
more than doubled.
We Have No Right to
Observance of Sur
By DR. W. T. MANNING, Trin
This proposed campaign for str'ieter
meant but misguided efforts which do ha
they are intended to serve.
It is impracticab.o, wrong in princi
imperfect conception of the Christian re
drive religion out of the hearts of the pc
WVe have no right to compel religiot
The law should forbid all'unnecessary b:
far as possible. secure to all their right
from their ordinary occupations and of
to use it. Further than this the law ma:
666 cures Malaria, Chills and Fev. R
er, Bilious Fever, Colds and La sept
rippe, or mnev refundedn onr
Scme women alv:avs look
clothes seem to be part of thei
ing with their personality. Be
"fourdation of style." Mada:
variably worn by women whc
of smartness. In a Madame
corseted. It subtly accentuat
ural figure lines. and always f<
what position you are in.
We are showing a pretty
flesh and white materials, with
Price range $2.25 to $8.5
Materials far V
The pretty new voiles we ,
make ideal frocks for vacatioi
you go r how you travel voile
you simply can't crush thei]
pretty new satin stripe voiles
ing worn by the smartly dre
Price range 50c to $1.00.
Ginghams for P
School is over. Happy tim(
folks. All the great out-door
romp and make merry. Playt
ials of dependability. Mothers
will stand the strain of many
Priced 19c the yard.
pe's Granary Even1
ion Doubled. .
at we can look upon with equa-a
.1 plants, which we cannot do by
Scoal situation, that will supply tl
have the more food we can pro. a
acre in bushels and crops in th.
the war-no subsequent reliabh
ieat-Europe, 32 bushels; Uni
47 bushels; United Sates, 29~ tl
nited States, 25 bushels; rye-- '
bushels; potatoes-Europe, 158 '
legium they use 448 pounds, in t:
y 28 pounds of fertilizer per acrep
pete with European nations will t
o produce as much food per acre
ut liberal use of nitrates as fer- a
ient quantities we must have a F
nts that can be built'at greatly F
n developments. Then the Uni
e, even when her population has
Compel Religious K
iday by Law.
ity Church. New York.
Sunday laws is one of those well
rm, instea:1 of good. to the cause K
pie, and based on a narrow and a:
liion. It would do far more tc ir
ple. than to draw them toward it.
is observances of Sunday by law.
usiness on Sunday, and thus, as
to Suniday as a day of freedom
rdigious observance if they wish
not rightly go. F
ub-My-Tism is a powerful anti- -
ic. Cures infected cuts, old
VOL 1. NO. 8.
chic and smart. Their
r being-practically blend
cause they are so truly the
me Grace Corsets are in
> have acquired the secret
Grace you are never over
as the charm of Your nat
?els comfortable no matter
election of new styles in
lovely lace and satin tops.
ire offering this Summer
1 time. No matter where
!s always come up smiling-,
happy disposition. The
with dark grounds are be
sed women for afternoon
s are ahead for the little
s is calling them out to
me calls for dress mater
know that good ginghams
play-days. We sell good
VHY SUFFER FROM
Do you know that nine out of ev.
ry ten cases of rheumatism, are
imply rheumatism of the muscles
r chronic rheumatism, neither of
rhich require any internal treat.
lent ? The pain may be relieved by
pplying Chamberlain's Liniment,
rhich makes sleep and rest possible
at certainly means a great deal to'
ny one afflicted with rheumatism.
THE HOME OF THE SOUL.
iolden ti' t was believed that
de seat of the ' was the stomach,
lost likely for the reason that a:
ian is never so completely used up
s when his stomach is out of order.
'or the cure of ordinary stomach
roubles, there is nothing quite so'
rompt and satisfactory as Cham-.
erlain's Tablets. They strengtherm
de stomach and enable it to perform
;s functions naturally. Give thenr
trial. They only cost a quarter.
OR SALE--2 good milk cows. Also.
utter for sale each week.
John H. Cathcart.
Rub-My-Tism is a great pain kil
'r Relieves pain and soreness,
heumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, etc.
The Military College of South
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Ranked as "Distinguished Military
ollege" by the War Department.
Offers a four-year course in liberal
rts, with electives in civil engineer-.
ig, sciences and modern languages..
ne scholarship in Fairfield county
wvill be filled by competitive ex
JULY 8th, 1921
or application blanks apply to Col.
. J. Bond, Superintendent.
An advertisement in the News and
~erald brings results.