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Good Work C
Mr. Man if you like your o
Headlights. There are oth<
Headlights-and many sale
kind they sell are just like
chance when you can get th<
ing Headlight overall from t
We have been looking fo:
could recommend to our m
we decided on a shirt brandi
they are alright. They are
full cut chest, roomy armho
buttons put on to stay. Tw
Heres a good buy men
medium weight blue cheviot
The price of cotton material
rise in material costs will f<
up. Lay in a supply of worl
wont regret your purchases
At 75c Each
For real rough.wear thei
pants. Of course we me
khaki-you know there are
the public at low prices -iJ
duck dyed a tan color and <
know the difference drop i
we will show you.
Real Khaki F.
Hitting the dirt-is what
grind tries their metal. I
stand the pressure let us
shoes. We carry them in t
are solid leather all the way
Scout Style Pi
Army Style Pi
$2.00 PER YEAR I$ ADVANCE
-LOOK TO THE FUTURE.
We say that to any man and
every man in Fairfield county who
at this time in deciding that there is
nothing to look forward to in Fair
field; to the man who is accepting
somebody's preconceived notion that
we can't succeed unless the mershants
do business on the old lien dasis and
that he cannot subsist on business
done on the amount of circulating
csah, that people are hoarding cash
and buying on credit, that the time
has not yet come for the developments
which should have been made twenty
five years ago, and that we should
wait a while to borrow money to get
right in the way of roads and streets
and all other permanent - -improve
Let us reason together and see if
this is true. Let's cast accounts and
see how the balance stands, if we can
afford to go forward or nominally
stand still but actually go backward.
And while looking to the future let's
not consider altogether the possibility
* of others coming in, however wel
come, and developing our resources,
but what can be done by ourselves.
Of course we have advantages to offer
seekers of manufacturing sites, but
that must not be all. What have. we
to offer to ourselves. WhMt advan
tage have we to offer our own up
growing citizens which will induce
therni to stay at home, instead of mi
grating to some other section or city.
When the last census was taking the
count showed that the population in
Winnsboro had not increased at all
for the preceding ten years. Did you
ever sit down and try to analyze the
reason for that? Why did the boys
move away to some other section ?
Is there a reason for their going ?
Why can they sheceed better some
where else than at home ? Of the~
dozens of young men of Winnsboro
who will soon graduate at college and
entel their life work, at various pro
fessions, how many do you know of
who contemplate locating here at*
othes for Men
veralls to be comfortable buy
r overalls jusi as good as
smen will tell you that the
Headlights-but why take a
a genuine, full cut, long wear
a good work -,hirt that we
en patrons. Two weeks ago
d-Uncle Sam. Say fellows,
made of fast color material,
les, long tails, double pockets,
D colors-khaki and blue-all
a work shirt of nice quality,
full cut in sizes 14 1-2 to 16.
is steadily increasing. This
orce the price of work clothes
clothes at this time and you
Start on this shirt
e is nothing to touch khaki
,n real herringbone weave
a lot of pants being offered
t are made of light weight
alled khaki. If you want to
n our mens department and
your shoes do, and this daily
you want a shoe that will
Fit you with our Lion Isrand
vo styles and know that they
g r wth and ijjj
tof civic pride 'anx
aix. emof progress. Do tne
~paved streets of another town attract
them, and will our prospectivb izfn
jproveme'nts keep them here? ligt in
themselves, but paved streets and a
clean town as an evidence of a spir
it of growth and an indication of a
place where one can succeed will both
attract and hold. There is born in a
fellow an innate desire for success,
an ambition to make a name for him
self. And where this ambition is de
nried in one place it will seek expres
sion in another. It is a current ex
pression that you can't keep a'good
man down; and it might also be truly
sR that you can't keep a young man
dos 2. He is both an optimist and a
'go-getter. Our young men are our
greatest potential assets, and we must
keep them at all costs, even if it takes
paving the streets or making any oth
er improvements whereby his natural
inclinations ft. geing forward may
Much has been said for and against
these permanent improvements as an
inducement to manufacturers locat
ing here. In times past manufact
uring corporations were not interest
ed in their workers or their living
conditions. When a town wanted to
attract a manufacturer it offered a
bonus of thousands of dollars as an
inducement. Now the style has chan
ged and manufacturers ARE inter
ested in their people and unless a
town is healthy and offers conditions
leading to right living and contented
people it will not attract. Manufact
urers even want to kpow what will
be the mental attitude of the town
people toward the operatives employ
ed by them. If our streets are pav
ed and the whole town kept clean and
attractive so the operatives will wish
to become citizens instead of resid
ents, instead of offering a cash bonus
as the inducement, we can say "We
have the equivalent of that bonus
in improvements which will make
people want to live here and work in
your plant. You will be assured of
good work because your operatives
enjoy their homes and are therefore
contented. Instead of cash we offer
the highest type of workman in the
world, one who takes pride in home
And speaking of manufacturers,
we -always think of cotton mnills of
course. And; too, when we here think
WINNSBORO, S. C., AL
About the only thing a fii
over the lines.
With grandmothers dressi
are seriouly considering res(
A man is a fool to tell his
have the pleasure of finding
Among the things you rea
crease in a fat mans trouser
Many a man who marries
learns to saw wood.
The trouble with marrying
have to support her in the v
If drinking interferes vith
boss where you get it?
There would be a great aef
if a greater number of peopyi
The more religous a-rmati
is about it.
y would gladlyd
or a thousand
Lueet to get an
If he is willing 'to.co
he mill and, owndd
~gtthe side bn ials6%
leea mill ceould aI -built
capital if it was wanted emp.
enough. With cotton farmin
present precarious state, th'.
chants must help develop a.
with the regular pay envel
would like to see the movem
ched and hope each man wifl
do a little calculation and see
he would give to have, a trade .
a steady income regardless of
er and boll weevil. And we ho
farmers will consider the value
expanded local market for in
prodlucts of a diversified meth
Get out that pretty county*
which the county commissioners e~
cently issued andl follow us, dra t.
a line across it with a pencil.
at Aiston on the Southern Rail i
in the lower left hand corner.
is a .iunction of two divisions ofY
railroad. Draw a line from t
through Jenkinsville to And .
Quarry. There you strike the p
railroad of the Winnsboro G
Corporation. Follow its right of'
almost to Rockton and at its n
point bring the line through W
boro Mills to Winnsboro..
Winnsboro take it through W~a
to Mitford and from there to
Falls. When you have .finished
result is a proposed short line
road which will work wonders in F
field county. We make only a
suggestions. This connects four'
of railroads, two at Alston, on
Winnsboro, all three on the South
and a Seaboard main line conn
at Great Falls, besides connecting
largest manufacturing towns in
county. And the territory it will o
up which now has no 'shippin
ities is immense. Let your.
Lion get the rest. Fairfiel
ual resources 'have searcely
ble. county .needs ,rpagis, ter
dstreets and a hotel
~epl. neeed to get tog~ther.
L~oeca'n be accontplished
we will branch out anid gc~
Don't be despondent
pects. Cheer up and
GUST 4th, 1922.
vver cant do is get its tail
ng like flappers, granddads
)wing their wild oats.
wife everything. Let her
it out for herself.
d about but never see is a
a girl with a family tree
a summer girl is that you
your work why not tell the
d less mischief in the world
".Jah more quarrelsome he
ist 10:00 a. mn., Mr
8ut, with Adults Bibl<
ou oducted bythe
E.d.fternoon' service at
i. '. Mayes, Pastor
day school at 10 a. e.. Mr.
M. Stewart, Superiitendent.
~en's Organized ~Bible Class mn
SCommunity House at 10 a. m.,
'ght by the Pastor.
There will be no preaching service
the Presbyterian ciurch.
.Mthodist Episcopal Church: The
~e J. D. Holler,' pastor.
Snznday school at 10:00 a. mn.
Regular morning service at 11 a. mn.
~irs't Baptist Church-The Rev
ohn Bomar, Pastor
4inday School at 10:00 a. m., Mr.
rig worship with preaching
t4e pastor at 11:00 o'clock, also
B, Y. P. U. meets at 6 p. mn.
etprayer meeting at 8:00
iesday evening, with taflk
~eGospel of John by the ,Pas
service will be held in the
church at 8:30 p. mn., with
Lever as speaker.
FR SALE-the best
e; will freshen in
2 1-2 gals., 2nd
calf she will
y. Come andi
ot for ji
New Sun or G
A big shipment just ret
handles, splendid covers, all ,
use parasols for sun protecti,
find that they like their para
Good parasols, cotton cove:
Extra quality covers, asso
American taffeta, lovely ci
Gloria cloth, ivory handles
SEALPAX UNION SU]
The little folks are entitl
underwear. If you would ke
bodies and mind normal duri
Sealpax Union Suits. We h,
for boys and girls in sizes 2
worth the price of
-with picot and crown edge,
much in demand for dress I
colors will add just the right
freshen up some others in you
in rose, grey, jade, turquoise,
Priced 15c Yd.
Special quality in black gi
fobs and neck bows
Priced 10c Yd.
NEW STYLES I
Fashion says that earrings
ladies the coming season. I
demand for this section and o
ing us a special assortment t<
10c To $1.00 Pr.
-made of good soft quality
with nice grade tape at neck
light UfteNnt, nn
lelyConference now meeting
for the discussion of conditions
business problems, was reached
hen Roger W. Babson announced a
definite turn in business and showed
1 wh fnaenalcodosicat
Standing before a Babsonchart
twelve feet high and thirty feet long
Mr. Babson explained the situation.
"I have been waiting for over two
years to be able to announce that the
most drastic depression in business
istory has spent itself. Fundament
11 conditions finally indicate that a
olid foundation is ready for general
'and substantial business 'improve
"The white line that I draw today
Thides the area of depression in half.
Statistically it means we are at the
exact bottom of the cycle. Practically
t means that business will -pick up
his fall and that it should continue
jto improve for the next two or three
"Technically, the business cycle is
composed of the four succeeding
cycles of Prosperity, Decline, Depres
sion, and Improvement, but the aver
age business man experiences but two
1conditiqns. Either sales are increas
ng and business isfine or they are
1falling off and he is in deep depres
sion. His attitude changes, not , as
we pass from a period of prosperity
above -the XY Line into a period of
depression below, but as the white
lines are drawn which divide these
areas-when business changes its
"When we had completed half of
the depression in the middle of 1904,
business began to improve and busi
ness men went into a state of psych
ological prosperity almost over night.
We were running below normal to be
sure, but things were again headed
in the right direction.
"Early in 1907 the panic set in and
business confidence practically dis
appeared.. We did not enter the ac-1
tual area of depression until the fall
of that same year.
"In April 1908 another white line
marked the turning point and things
oomed again until the long swing
lownward set in about June 1910.
['his decline, while not drastic, kept
>usiness quiet until the middle of 1914
chen things again turned upward.
['he war with its feverish activity
ari%d us on until the middle of 1918
hen the actual rise had spent itself.
VOL. II. NO. 19
eived by express. Pretty
teel frames. As the ladies
on as well as for rain, we
sols to be smart affairs.
rs pretty handles at......$1.50
rted handles at..................$1.75
it handles, new at .......... $2.50
and rib tips at ...... ........... 00
[TS FOR CHILDREN
ed to comfortable summer
p the temperature of their
ig hot weather put them in
ve them in style? suitable
to 12 years. They are well
; This style ribbon is very
;rimming. The lovely new
touch to your iew frock or
r wardrobe. We have them
henna, marigold, black and
osgrain ribbon for watch
will grace the ears of the
Ve have anticipated the I
ur New York buyer is send- I
L SIZE VESTS
rause, very elastic, full cut,
and armholes, very special
-Reouctin ad genead. busi
activities- were softening.
"The white line just drawni marks
another turn for tile betit16. -Bus
ness isagain headed ini the right
dieinand you can go ahead with
your plans. The banker can now loan
with better confidence. The business
man should announce his new product,
open is new territory, increase his
advertising, and go afte'r business
"In spite of the fact that the stock
market has already discounted the
improvement to a large extent the
investor can hold his stocks for the
top of a bull market which is almost
never reached until after the white
has been restored. "I personally be
lieve", concluded Mr. Babson, "that
line is drawn and general confidence
he present market is little over half
IGeneral business continues to im
prove. The index of the Babsonchart
reflects an improvemnt of 2 percent
since last week and stands at 9 per
ent below normal. The highest point
ince January 1921.
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