THE COMMONWEALTH OF OUR COUNTY IS MANIFE
AND THANKSGIVING WE SAY THAT THE SONS ANE
BEING THE HIGHEST TYPES OF MANHOOD AND WO]
.OWN COUNTY. LET US HAVE A RIGHT TO BE AS P
KEEP STEP WITH THE AWAKENED "SPIRIT OF PROI
INDIVIDUAL STYLE FOR EVERY WOMAN
It is very annoying to a woman to meet her frock or coat on
every corner. To guard against this duplication of styles our
buyer is hard put to select sufficient garments to go arounl
yet have no two alike. But the task is not impossible--and we
accomplish it. Our search to find clothes that are different leads
us to all the best designers in New York. We select -a frock
here, a suit there, a coat somewhere else-on and on until we per
fect our showing of smart, chic styles. There is always something
different in every garment we show-one small touch here, the
girdle, the sleeves, the collar, will have that distinct something
that gives the wearer an individual style.
Frocks Priced $10 to $39.50.
Suits Priced $21.75 to $26.75.
Coats Priced $12.50 to $36.75.
IS YOUR CORSET RIGHT?
The effect of many a lovely frock has been totally spoiled by an
improperly fitted corset. Dame Fashion appreciates the fact that
today our women possess the ideal Greek figure as never before,
and she realizes that proper corseting is responsible-aid nec
essary to the preservation of that figure.' Our service gives you
the benefit of being fitted in Madame Grace corsets by a graduate
Madame Grace Corsets Priced $2.50 up.
DeBevoise Brassieres Priced 50c up.
The News and Herald. ertdetoathnsofgiytf
WI.NNSBORO, s. C.sopeiubrihblngtoc-s
P. M. DEESprc.TeGekwoepodosn
Editor and Publisher taim aihet npnsmn fi
Entered in the post office at Winns. isueasbet fpplrvt f
boro, S. C., as second class mail mat- trdy n vnweso eiea
$2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE thgospeaiymlyshspwr
ELECTION RETURNS. ananwhexiehsnvorp
On account of not all the precincts ineet e aet-lrtdtegs
reporting the vote to the meeting of spadtetl-errfraehv
the Executive Committee today, we rgre hma usne ahr'
are unable to give complete returnsthneeesosciy. I lwe
. of the election Tuesday. So far re- tgso utr a eie la-t
ported, the vote is as noted on the r rmgsijs sh eie
first page of this issue. The proba- pesr hnh esaflo
ble change is that the majority in fav-maslpo abnna el.W nd
or of the bond issue for good roads srn fhsoneo nugsi
will be increased,.nosiu n nietpas ft
THE TALE BEARER wtest i elw hth snt5
Gossips, tale-bearers, the unthink- sesteectmn n neets
ing passers-on of rumor, report and wihctr rudtebae fs
scandal, are the mediums throughnesadnwheasicordf
which the malicious or self-interest-ismtlbaneso thgtatt
ed get publicity and thus give effectafodhihersanpotutyot
to their malicious and intents. In cmaeteronscrt rpoiyS
modern life, a man's or an institu- t ato h notnt ujcsi
tion's reputation is his or its basisoftenw.Te o-cfrmsT
assets, the foundation upon whichthmewodriesaadsm s-c
all social and business relationshipuesbwhcmajdgs anar
rest. A good reputation is not easilynohgfrreuaisororten-i
won; it is the reward of fair dealing.sitioswchfr caatean
of conformity. But it is early de- etbihabssfrcnietitr
stroyed-too easily; it may be blown cus ewe e.Cnomt sc
out ith breth, wor. Th po r ntoaw desirable, thin hfagie, diet 1(1
iward F irfic
STING A PROGRESSIVE SPIRIT THAT MEANS MUCH FO
DAUGHTERS OF FAIRFIELD ENJOY AN ENVIABLE RI
KIANHOOD. UNITED-LET US ALL SUPPORT THE MOV
ROUD OF FAIRFIELD AS WE ARE OF THE PEOPLE IT PJ
% M AN
BEST FOOT FORWARD
-you can put your best foot forward with confidence when it is
clad in the glistening beauty of our Buster
B'rown hosiery. Luxurious in texture, dis
tinctive in design, our hosiery is naturally the
hosiery ri fashion. Our hosiery department
carries not only the fine dress stockings, but
many varieties of sport and utility hose be
Silk Hose $1.00 up.
Wool Hose $1.00 up.
Sport Hose 50c up.
Cotton Hose 15c up.
-depends in large measure upon well-fitting
sox. Why not let our experienced foot-fitters
recommend a s6ck from the Buster Brown
line suited to your particular needs? We have
a big line for you to choose from.
Priced 15c to $1.00.
SPECIAL IN WINDOW SHADES
On Saturday we will place on sale ten dozen
window shades in regulation size. Colors,-:
olive, cream and dark green. Good quality.
Special Price 59c each.
tore You Hear So Much A
~rent ideas about the form that sol einrd n omnw
iould be given to many things, but pasb h ue isl ilps
1ere can be no difference on funda-aln gosp rru rswiha
iental morality, nor can non-form-tecmuiyi te e ri
;ts successfully ignore custom and siuin.Itrse esn w
iethod in the operation of the estab-thmevsadytonvtgael
shed order. Man seeks the society
for does business with those whoreotanru rsccrigmt
acognize the validity and usefulness tr hc nov hi w efr
f the institutions and customs ~,to n a hudrpa degsi
hich he gives his own allegir- ce. o h atadee hnh hu
or the most part, these institutaons eecs ihtegets ato
nd customs' are erected on the basis
r trial and error, on experience, andanwthuergdfotecns
ike their validity from common con-qecstepwe o h us
mt. They are not immutable, they wihi lcdi i ad.Lte
mn be changed, are changing, butinM thyEcagBnkPpro
hether at a given time they are fix
I or changing, they are the founda-NwYok
ons upon which man must stand in
rder to hold the confidence and re- WA SYU OE OT
ard of his fellows. Habit, ways of
ying things, fixed ideas, are necess- Mny a ucaig gn
ry; without them man would have mas10cnst olr u h
a sense of mental or moral direc-graetsnigvluofm eyi
on, would run around in circles,.nwa twl u uiiul.Mn
he liberated minds, the minds whicheyvleadcomyreftn is
>ar above the mass to heights from tknfrtesm hn.Awoe
hich they can look down on the en-hoscstabutw-irsfth
aved, seldom stay aloft-if they are pieo rc nbti seoo
me minds. They come back to con- m optmr oe ntemr
rmity, sometimes with a purposesutailbidng
"bore from within;" but more of- Soiiswtthpucaefte
n they come back. because they have cmoiiso vr a s.Aso
me that the leaven which is work-wihaolintwlldsryme
g in the mass is wiser than they.hoetaanwpirrahlfse
he.man who wins a reputation forwilcs.S itsaneomy o
nformity to the rules which have sedmnyfrtenwsos
~en established for the game of life Yu oa ecatcristoo
entitled to hold that place as longthegrdsoalstvrytpl
he continues to play by these rules. atceadtecoeosre a
ny dereliction with which he may beeaiysettthbstvlefrou
largedI should be provedl beyondmoelisntnprcbuinevc.
along. er gossip o ot Tepatc of sending money ar
.1 THE FUTURE GOOD OF FAIRFIELD. WITH PRIDE
SPUTATION THAT IS KNOWN FAR AND WIDE-OF
EMENTS TO BETTER THE CONDITIONS OF THIS, OUR
1ODUCES. WE PLEDGE YOU THAT THIS STORE WILL
IN BUYING NEW CLOTHES ~
-consider the burglar. When an experienced burglar enters a
housq he takes his time before he takes anything else. If he
chooses with care without cost, why shouldn't you, since yop have
to pay for what you get ? Taking your time gis second only co
visiting the right house when the time comes.
You can call on us as late as you please-look as long as you
prefer, but you won't need a dark lantern to' find what you're
looking -for, or a jimmy to pry us aloose from a genuine bargain.
A man is pretty safe at this shop and we guess nearly everybody
in Fairfield knows it. Come in and see our showing-it is moi-e
interesting an a Pathe serial.
Men 's Suits Priced $14.50 to $35.00.
Men's Overcoats Priced $15.00 to $82.150.
Boys'-Overcoats Priced $6.00 to $15.00.
Boys' Suits Priced $4.50 to $12.50.
YOU'LL BE ALL EYES.
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