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Good Morning, Smiles
The kiddies love to don their E. Z. Unione these cool
mornings. They know the comfort and freedom of
unions that have the waist attachments to support their
hose and other garments.
Mothers, remember the chief joy of childhood lies in
their out-of-doors sports. The kiddies should be fitted
with warm, medium-weight undergarments that will
protect their bodies against chill. while indulging in
healthy body building play. We will be glad to aemon
strate the superiority of E. Z. Unions for your ..hild's
needs. Size range from 2 to 13 years. Price $1.
For Daddy's Man
The little fellows delight in wear
ing this smart, all-wool middy suit.
It comes in the best quality of na.; y
serge with silk emblems. The smart
tailoring gives it a very jaunty air.
We have hats to match the suits in
navy serge and black silk velour.
Suits priced at $7.50.
Hats priced $1 to $2.
The News and Herald. io" only three per cent of the po**"- TE
WINNSBORO, S. C. lation is foreign born. In Paris it
-____is six per cent; Berlin three per
P. M. DEES cent and in Vienna slightly over one
Editor and Publisher per cent. In strong contrast to these
Entered in the post office at Winns- cte.fb
boro, S. C., as second class mail mat- Tefrinbr ouaino q
HENRY AUGUSTUS GAILLARD. Dtot3 e et f tea
Winnsboro buried another of her veamiioanahlfc'tsakM
noblest sons on last Sunday morn- Egihtiko t orffh a
ing. A gallant soldier, a public- o h niepplto so oeg n
spirited citizen, an honest man, a sokta sfrinbr n hi 5
gentleman "sans peur et sans re- chlrn InasgewrdiStJ
proche," was Captain H. A. Gai Lou-teeae80Iih ,0 e- a
lard. His like is fast passing. The mn,750Rsin n 0 u
hurry and confusion of modern life, mai..lfoegbrnt yw.
the rush after material things ~ o thnffohrain. Bsdsa
these latter days do not tend to pro- te hr r 400ntv j u
duce the kind of~ men he was. There dnso oeg aetg n . r
was a poise to his character, a polish 60 th
-to his. culture, a delicacy to his honi- Thsiltriocabedpctd 2
or, a breadth to his intellectual at- i aypae n tsoswa n
jainments that this hurrying agEe plc aet otn ihL1
would do well to pause and thinkwhn metokpiglwadls
lepon. He took time always to be odr u ~i o omc
'rentleman. He found time to in-qeto st hthrfrinr r
form himself upon the questions oiaemr ciia1ha mrcn
the day-nor -did he neglect to store a ti atro utmln
his mind with the treasures of thegaeanstdrs
past. He was not a mere machire Tegetrpr fteicmn l
for making dollars; he was a- man,.odshv oiteto fbcm o
He saw things in their true rela-in cizes ThyavltlifFr
tions, and, having seen, he chos- nrsetfrth mrcnlw h
culture instead of wealth. Winns-idasnarsoidl.Thr
booro mourns his loss. sl sta mrc' rmnlt s~
CRIME AND THE ALIEN,. nEgadadoto l rpr a
Arguments are hot and fierce asoteladn cutrs. Ithetr
to whether or not 'mnrestricted im-yasGagwhd3 udr hl h
migration should be allowed to thisPhldpia onysgtylre,"F
country. If all those who come toha28,I199Ciaon-ir
our shores were entirely desirable thsz fLnohdsxtmsa o
and we knew they would make cit- mn udr.Ceead n-et
izens who would take pride in the tesz fLno a he ie
land of their adoption, we wouldasIaymresi197ndtieTa
welcome them with open arms, but a ayi 98 e
official statistics gives an idea of
some of the results of our policy of * uiemncavvete
virtually unrestricted immigration.
F'With but few exceptions the cities etighirlnhaTeTa
of Europe are more or less homo- l1
geneous, but the conglomerate as
sembinge of peoples from aill overFO SA i~Pestr reyblI
the world iniure arttosefo American iieis 1 motsod JhnWC Anh
withoutoparallel anyeierersIin New-Yorkaate
WINNSBORO, S. C., OCTOBER 14, 1921.
With the advent of cold weather hose will go up.
It doesn't cost much to smile-unless you smile at a
In Movie-land it seems that the actresses are trying
to see which can out-strip the other.
After all the mov ng spirit of the age is-Gasoline.
We once fought fo the freedom of Cuba-now we have
to go there to enjy it.
Before the days of the one-piece bathing suit, marry
ing was somewhat 111W trading barlows-"sight unseen."
The government *ants $5,000,000,000 for next year.
So do we. But the difference is that the government will
A Tin-Lizzie is e allwomankind: original cost-hil;
but up-keep-pro 'bitiv&
An alibi is pro ng yot were at prayer meeting where
you were not in o r $tshow'that you were not at the
dance where you ere.
tore Yo Hear So Much A
XAS FLOOD BRINGS ISAS- DEATH OF CAPT.
TER. H. A. GAILLARD
_______(Continued from page one)
swollen, by heavy rains the San salwe uteeoe njr
tonio river and tributaries oter-tras
ved their banks, flooded 10,000 ewsaayinrstdnget
are miles of central Texias, inun-qusin ofpbcplcyadfe
ed San Antonio with 20 feet of men among us were better equipped
er and caused much loss of life -for the legislative halls. He had the
I property. The denmth list in the enlarged vision and thought along
a affected is estimated, at 250- profound plans of the State policies,
st of the victims were: Mexican Elected to the House of Representa
orers. The property lot includ- tives in 1878, he found a field fitted
crop and stock losses, ,sabout for his llelents, and subsequently giv.
)00,000. Buildings were s'ept en a seat in the State senate, he eas
m foundations, leaving streets '1y became one of the leaders in that
e. body. That portion of the oath re
arge quantities of baled cotton quired of all public officers, known
te swept away, And electric light the antI-duelling oath, is one of
I power and water supply were his intellectual children, designed at
off. Sanitary and relief meas- the time to influence public opinion
s were soon under way headed by and create a wholesome sentiment
Red Cross, which appropriated aigainst the evil practice of the day.
9000 No arnig o teip n4~o .was instrumental in the adop
disaster wasrnin an the es- tion of other lasting pieces of legis
disfater ws fovnund tciyhelpr- lation. For mary years a memnber
h fwtr on h iyhl-of the Board of Visitors of the Cit
Sand left over 2,000 homeless. adel; be was among the first to sug
eral troops patroled the city to zest the reopening of that institu
vent looting- tion after the Civil War, and his
NOTICE, voice was soon heard as one of the
lotice is hereby given that anAseby
tion will be held on Tuesday, O- Captain Gaillard married Miss Har
r25, 12,athstrofBlair- riet G. White, of Charleston, and had
zier Company, Bhirs, S. C., on four children. His wife and all his
question of issuing coupon bonds children predeceased him many
School District No. 13, of the years. With not a descendant, the
mty of Fairfield, State aforesaid; light, it 'would seem, had gone out
the amount of three thousand dol-. of his home, and gladness couki) no
Sfor the purpose of erecting a longer dwell in the chambers of his
ool building. Only qualified vo- heart, but he still held his interest
;mays vote at said election. in people through all his burden of
>se in favor of issuing said ~bonds sorrow. The writer recalls being
i us a ballot written or- printed with him at the Corn Exposition in
>r Bonds. Those opposed will use Columbia a few years ago, when he
~allot written or printed "Against spied some intelligent young men
s"from a Northwestern university, anc
.B. Frazier, Jr., L. M. Blair and he halted suddenly and said: "Let'
B. Wilkes have been appointed stop and talk to those ' oung fellows.
nagers of said election; which ha I am interested in people."
n ordered by the Board of Tre In hospitality he 2-as ...enero~zs,
s of said School District. . and in his ,domestic relations tender
W. B, Pearson, 'nd true.
Jno. D. Blair, ' His idols broken, his ambitions, in
N. C. James' some respects, blighted, nearly all
'rustees, School District No>. 13. his compa~nionis departed, he lingerec
_______________________almost alone in a later generation
LNTED-Fresh milk co)w Mast which knew him riot in his prime, but
gc~tc ad mlker 3fsesfelt the power of '-hs personality,
VOL 1, NO. 25
Special Coat Suit
Values at $35
Our reputation for giving splendid
values in our Ready-to-wear for la
dies is borne home with force to
those who inspect these beautiful
coat suits. This great price saving
coming at the height of the season
will be a welcome event for thrifty
buyers. The materials are of all
wool velours, tricotines and poir'et
twills, lined throughout with high
No two styles are alike in the en
tire lot. No danger of meeting your
self. The pretty original creations
will appeal to those who appreciate
o" '9 individuality in their dress.
. SPECIAL - $35
SPECIAL - $35
Beautiful Wopl Materials
The demand for wool flannel in solid colors and plaiit
grows greater as the snap of winter is felt in the air.
- We are showing a pretty assortiient of flannels in red,
tan and navy 54 inches wide at $2.25.,. The plaids; are
very attractive. In yard widths we have them at 50c to
$1.50. In the 54 inch width they are $3.50. Full line of
braids for bindings, also belts and buttons.
Careful dressers who
follow the trend of
REGAL fashion will wear low
SHOES shoes this Fall with wool
hose for street wear.
- Our line of Regal Ox
fords in brown calf and
black kid are reasonably
ed his warm, sincere, cordial friend- T anaGo euain
He is the last of a large family Thwatogiagodrpt.
bearing the name of Gaillard in to st nevrt ewa o
Fairfield, but is survived by his
brother, Mr. Isaae D. Gaillard, aperohtifreieytemn
Rome, Ga., his two sisters, Mrs.s R. nrIlwihkhmeIi' og
E. Ellison and Mrs. C. S. Dwight, ofRedyhsgiditrpuaons
Winnsboro. ueb ogscls ru n
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The question has been asked, In hg t~dr feclec lie
what way Are Chamberlain's TabletsfoitPepehvfunthti
superior to the ordinary eatharit is laatad aetae
and liver pills ? Our answer is. FRSL-oe' eire ti
they are easier and more pleasantF'lhf otbrgtadcent
to take and their effect is so gentle ~P uhl nnw5bse
that one hardly relizes that it is scs .W oy
produced by a medicine. Then, they
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