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TO MY U1STOMRS
I take this means to inform you that I am noy
carrying the largest assortment of Fancy Groceries that
I have ever had in stock. They were bought right and I
can save you money.
I also wish to thank you for your past patronage
and assure you that I will take care of all your future?
needs if you will trust it to me
Beginning the first of October I have adopted a
few rules that have become necessary in my business
and which I hope you will observe so that there will be,
no embarrassment to anyone.
1. We will require payment the first of every month.
2. Place your orders early in the morning or after
noon. We cannot send a loaf of bread or a yeast cake
alone, unless we are passing that way with the deliv
ery. Don't give hurried orders; remember there are a
dozen others who are doing the same thing in a differ
ent direction. Anticipate your wants early; by so doing
you lessen our work and cost to you as well as to our
Remember we guarantee everything we sell. 'If it is
not right we make it right, and you iftay rest assured1
that you will always receive that same polite and cour
teous attention when trading with us that has made our
store famous. Come to our store; send the boys, send
the girls, send the small children.
Let's get better acquainted, let's CO-OPERATE.
Yours for honesty and square dealing,
C A. ROBINSON
To Holders of Cotton
Cotton is crowned King again
The fleecy staple is too valuable and too
scarce. for you to run the risk of having
yours burned. without insurance. Your
whole year's labor may go up in smoke.
We can protect you against just such a
loss. The cost is small. Get our rates.
We Are Experts on Insdrance
Winnsboro Insurance and Realty Co.
s. D. Eilison. Winnsboro, S. C, Phone 133. A. R. Smarr
'LAs Copeland Goes, So Goes the Fashion"
LEARN THE WAY
We come with a message and.
an invitation. The Fall season
'is here. -Change of season
change of clothes
We are now showing
Clothes for men and young men
-'$25.00 to $60.00
Come in and let's get acquainted
Order by Parcel Post---We Prepay
New Fall Hats
B E 2nd Floor
CONNTT C S - Take Elevator
* 1535 Main Street Columbia, S. C.
FOR SALE-TWO setter pups, dog The Ideal Purgative
and bitch, well marked and in good
condition. Apply to J. E. Wylie. I'As a purgative, Chamberlain's
Tablets are th~e exact thing-required
. WANTED-To buy a small grocery Strong enough for the most robust,
business, or half interest in one. ml nuhfrcide.Te as
HAds , cr f N w n an agreeable movement of the bow
Herad- '--' - els without any of that terrible grip
-D-Operator for day work. ing. They are easy and pleasant
at telehon ofic. toi take and agreeable in effect.
NOTICE TO 8CHD3COL TRUSTEES.
All school trustees "of the county
're requested to meet at the court
house at 11 o'clock a. m., Tuesday,
State Superj4itendent J...E. Swear
'ngen will be 'iere .4o"ddress the
trustees and toidiscuss withW us the
educational statis of -our county and
pont out plans for improvement.
I hope every tristee. in the county
11 be present*
J. L. Brice, Co. Supt. Education.
Is your to- insure .
pruciatioa air P-e 0" r a
words. Know fa-aningi
war terms. Increm your M
wbichre wii mpower and sw ..
DICTIONARY is w
j ing teacher, a
3 needs. It isin b y
hundreds of tc
cesful men and women Or.
tries. 3,OO sAlubets.
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MOTHER GOOSES WAS -A SURE
This question is often asked, was
Mother Goose a real person? She
was born and educated at Charles
Elizabeth Foster, known to all
the English-speaking world as "M
ther Goose", was -born in Charles'
ton, where she lived until she -mai
ried Isaac Goose.
After moving with her husband to
Boston, Mrs. Goose invented nursery
stories and rhymes, with ,which to
entertain the ten step-children she
acquired with the "name G3ose. These
stories in prose-and verse were col
lected by a Boston printer and pub
ished under the name "Songs for
the Nursery, or Mother Goose's Mel
dies for Children." Mrs. Goose
ied in 1757, but her book still lives.
RJNGLEADERS MANAGE TO,
SAVE THEIR SKIN'S:
A ringleader in any sort of' ques-'
ionable enterprise gets out ?nd gets,
away in tinme of trouble. Being a
ringleader, he is a resourceful per
son and generally able to get away
while fellows who are not ringlead
ers are still gaping and wondering
,hat it is that has happened* to
hem. He is one of the survivors in
he survival of the unfittest. Back
f him is the experience of maily du
bious doings; he has learned to
riggle and writhe and squirnr. He
as got out of many a holei he
nows all the tricks of the liunted.
The poor fools he has got together
go to jail, though. They ~have not
the foxy intelligence of the leaders
who misled them and when the .au
horities tell them to come on they
are right here to be told. They- had
ot counted on failure; their leaders
ad told them that they do great
hings. Not counting on failure; all
hey know is that something has' hit
hem and are led off to jail.
As long as revolutionists are led
y folks who haven't the courage'to
ake their medicine along with the
ersons they lead, revolution will get
owhere. That is -.the differencebe
ween the radical, the anarchist a'nd
rty-Joving revolutionist is not ;a
st. The latter stands up and takes
is punishment along with his fdl-'
owers. If they cannot get away he
tays vwith them. The genuine lib
rty-lofing refolutionist is not a
whiner and he asks no man to d'
more epthan he does. He does not
eave somebody else holding .the'
A crook makes a poor leader. Not
for lack of intelligence; some crooks
are very intelligent. Not for lack of
energy; in their line 'most crooks
show amazing energy;; they are al.
ways up to something. What they
lack that makes them poor leaders
s courage. They are ~cowards when
it comes to the test. They run.
Whatever a ringleader is he is noth
ing nies he sticks with his dupes. I
The Tea Room
(Next Door to News and Herald Office)
REFRESHMENTS and BANQUETS
PLANNED AND SERVED
"MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT THE TEA
ROOM EVERY DAY.
Open Next Week
Something Good to
Eat Fresh For this Weel
Steaks of all Kinds
Pork of aji Kinds
Breakfast Bacon, Morris' Supreme
Also a full line of groceries
We deliver goods anywhere
* W. B. Porter:
Cash Grocery Phone 1*