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A good, but beauity- in
a shirt does not neces
sarily mean service.. The
Arrow label marks the shirt
that combines style and ser
vice. It is your guarantee
that the garment is made of
durable, fadeless fabrics, in.
such a careful, thorough way
that we depend upon its
good qualities to sell you
another shirt with the sam,
- TlE NEWVFALL SHIRTS ARE HERE.
Shirts Priced $1.00 $1.0 '$2.00 $2.50
Arrow CollArs in All Styles at 20c.
Pretty New Knit Cravats at $1 and $1.50
Th News an Herald. iS one suggested way to abate
11.WNew andHerld.somewhat the manufacture of liquor
'WINNSBORO, S. C.';
~ WINSBOO, S C. until the- real remedy can be brought
P. M. DEEST r rd
-Editor and Publisher achnigopulcstme.-W
Entered in the post office at Winns- fedcut antb liaey
boro, S. C., as second class mail mat- rknuutiitctiesaeo
$2.00 -PER YEAR IN ADVANCEcoebaswkevdnes ssle
TEADMINISTRATION OF THEstngeiecaant edfn
LAW. Sacl nbd eista h
We want to write of a few impres-Iftaisrulqorsamece
sions received when listening to the Ltspnoiylqo n ali
arguments of attorneys at the Sep- mnwoi eaet h omn
tember session- of criminal court. iy hnh a ergtycle
We could not help speculating on the dseao fteewr elds
effect of the outcome of the cases prd os ntecut vr s
on the attitude of the communitysitneoudbgvnthserf
toward the administration of the law. i acighm osswudb
We have not time to discuss the fomdanthrwulbeory
entire docket, but shall confine our tlpoemsae fweeh a
remarks to those cases of violationbenlssenadhrdfoI
of the prohibitiop laws. Why arethstuoflqrTtecnray
there not more convictions under this eeyassac sgvnteds
statute ? Is the law lacking inpeaotevdars.Ifnye
strength, is it comprehensive enough;weefudgitofslernad
are there too many loop-holes through assigadseao h eptao
which the violators may evade thewolbemtdam ssvrepn
consequences; is the letter or spirit iheta h vlde'hmef
to be observed; or is the fault that of Yttemnwomnfcue n
the public's attitude toward the traf- tasot iuri omn~ o
fic of liquor? hi rcsadsccs notitn
On first thought one would thinkthofiesSceyisaud-t
that the statute is lacking. The sher- sokda h ue okd ue
iff cannot search a man's premiseswhcwilrstintsonudng
without a search warrant covering Smtigi ueywog oit
that particular man's house on 'a cer-lagstisowsucd-vns
tain date, or without the owrier's con-NeofdldwieRmbun.
sent given before witnesses. The I h a tfut ri h rul
sheriff may find a house full of whis- wt h tiueo h epetwr
key, but unless he secures the evi- telw h rtcz h epta
dence in the above way, his testimony tradte odn h uya
to that fact cannet be admitted. But worlaehm a ttewl
is the man guilty of storing liquoranitetothlwmkrtoip
or not? That was the main argu-outh tafcoreenalins
ment at the last term of court, at i h aueo tony'fe n
this term the argument was that the Iigniyi epn usd h
South Carolina statutes did not coverbonsfdietcvcigeiec?
the particular offense alleged, andWolthlakfevdnesfiet
sometimes proved as charged, againsttoaqiberenejybigth
the defendant. It was admitted by sm eutbfr nt~r h
one defendant's counsel that the evi-lawihsteexrsdopnn
dence might be sufficient to con- o hti etfrscey hog
'iet in the Federal court, still it w8Ssassebe ersnaiesol
insufficient under the State act. But b epce n edivoaeb h
was the defendant in reality guiltypepe.Imutntbhldigly
or not? Mss nammn fptlne
We are told that in one se -tion ofthedonheabtsftedc
the State the lawyers agreed to re- lge n sudacmado i
fuse to defend violators of the pro- onfrtepoiito fhspo
hibition act, and the bootlegging bu-lsi- ogdig.Yth atrhdt
ness was temporarily broken up. jbcm ujc otelwh he
Would it be too much to ask of Fair- dw.Orpol ilhv ocm
field ttornes to io the'a'e? tob isaone sugete wae to obte
WINNSBORO, S. C.. SEPTEMBER 15th, 1922.
Seen About the Store
The silk department received several pieces of real
silk pongee yesterday. The quality is the best, flawless
and of good weight. The popularity of pongee grows
daily. Priced $1.00 yd.
Does baby need a blanket? I saw some pretty ones
with Bunnies, Toodles and. Chicks designs on pink and
blue grounds in the baby section yesterday They were
priced at 98c each.
The sport flannels are here. This material will be used
this Fall for skirts, coats and dresses for sportwear. You
will delight in the pretty new shades. Priced at $2.25
width 54 inches.
The new Peggy Paige frocks for Fall can be seen on
Page 155 of the September Ladies Home Journal and on
the inside back cover of your September Vogue Better
still you can see them at our store.
Kleinert makes the best rubber jiffy pants for babies
we have ever seen. They are waterproof-yet very light.
We sell them. They are priced at 50c pair.
Take it from me-the new PeterPan wool suits for
boy are smart. You must see the new designs in tweed
and jersey for the little fellows in size 3 to 8 years. Pric
ed $2.95 and $5.00.
The longer dresses call for Louis heels. The shoe de
partment received some nifty styles this morning in
satin and patent leathers. These are the new strap de
signs. Priced $4.50 to 7.50. Worth it-too.
A young lady who has inspected the Fall dresses in
two large nearby cities, told us yesterday that our styles
were on par with their best frocks and that our prices
were twenty five per cent lower. Attaboy.
It looks as if our buyer made a special effort to pro
yide frocks this Fall for the woman of mature figre.
We are showing wonderful styles in large frocks and
the prices are most reasonAble.
tore You Hear So Much A
he rules of constituted society wlth- and of the management, and all ti
r they- are personally pleasing or decisions call for agreements betw
ot. ~ Did* you ever compare the the two factions. The plan assui
wording of the commands of the deca- that reasonable men who are
>gue with one of our modern sta- quainted with all the facts aboul
Ltes? Where are all the moidernmatrwlrecanaemntw
rovisos, and "whereases and nqver- te lc hi etudrtes
belesses"? They are all embodigd in tbeadgv oetcniea
n arbitrary, unequivocal ."Thou t h rbe eoete.O
alt not"-without extenuating icir- Qtiecac ge htsm
2mstances, excuses or alibis, no ten-uainmyrsenwhcte
~lties or alternative- sentences. lust fcin antareatrsc
imply thou shalt not, and we wonderesancrfucoidatnpo
fthey would have endured thramghioismdfrabtainutt
~heaesif llmodrn ntnglngnotxecion ha t tfor willmnt betwec
auses andaevasionsnhadebeen ap- ary
quae.intdwt l h at bu
Thejur sste isth sisofthey plc ARIRtIN SHOUL BnEtes
juries a~ecarelessti theidgeto Iaa irom beliere the On'
~~vidence, and inditsideechancetagre that me ntemi resomea
th th fondtioofsoietwil ndat when thiey ndwhichtane t
~rubfcios t crqirnnt gre afeonomih h<
'he allour eope relizeit s and ticalre iosderitioro
encea jrymn wll ot arego uion inmaereste abthratioughbti
iese andfes is felloer mnangwelensfrfring nottepectdntht thiwllbne:
mereses a btevion hafte beean cp ulory. abtain.Iatd
They conclusysem iece heaifther AanadTRATIoN ScoULor Bit
imnitrt on the stauteo. Wecan asamen oigmploy
triesarecreles interdgs f"I amta irm believeroinItheitu
"ryboya an iret to teinonthat mni the houdin ar treasnal
ath, the cufondu fsiety will andh character thatit nertas
- usiesswthihIa cnctfis e eemnd ofuesconomi la
planfinachremd .forthe liquorithy forllettindiffiaytiedjst her
affIt will nobesirogedtin aoule ngtitatifth fail h to do n
hen mllennum; eiter oesz it prishoand fthe failue pos tomertap
enacge, wokerya high woae aopubmissinerestes toee out 1
>mpanoaer hiprtIis felonenfe itas findoring Ontlyment thu
Soneae kbotleger atfter reayon cmpulsor arintretson. th amtod
yust pospersive einewhther lyeen mavoteomplry besfgare.Srfetr
itede is te pspuer Wthh tioen emploens aondinage wremoy
Factors ~ ~ ~ ~ we workiner"he ihmtubsdo isueswcandi n<fc
nrsANigALE rEonitionEE. tbenddc laws mutua bebgement.
problems confrontinge Bhesondunttieud
"Eeryod ans atie ithut nonta ther Ihould ALL aribunaT.
jur to therurefor ndsra wihs aonsuchrcehtisitgiya
len bnesfith whih Iam tonc akes is eynarruestindeUp
"his now engaccopishedin out person tobenliv hat te ansponceb
an bywhc orker forhgat rm-tifrseting dnnmsfu ioni lies othe th
e.ht resembl esitiledn toun aburght ndgott fi.Thee ribount
e tominoniu majohr doeeprsul btweos andlemplowers wil cop
e os give morr bohards aonsumissio of euth. to STIKE and]
oploers ofg pr ocals Itd isfdefor e LOKOts findings OnyihW
: nntaledeta h uie~a a h interestswhil the ma4WIHFCO SFR TIe
ous roaen ifther soempoyeeomjrt MO e DOIAfegared Strif INN
.ploer up to tprorith whe twwe SEmplyer DEEMNES WA worer
nersandn Conferecoardnits ofItHTi laws WHAt IS BougT Foa
roblemen confprontings affecinustryend. INSSAN W
1ie rgantsionh The onfepl A ETFRTEB N
mard ae mae uptaineqiu nu MEANS IEALS FOLLOS WIH.
tor okinge fatoether with consAE INETGTHRLAO
e to minrsendative ofernbtenuin n employers EL S HS W il AR<
aard. Te mior oars cosidtess ofstrngt. A TRIE 0
VOL. IL NO. 25
-is more or less a mat
ter of proper corseting.
Because they are de
signed to give true style and
comfort-because they always fit
art the choice of discriminating
women who truly appreciate
smartness in dress.
An expert corsetiere will gladly
show you the new models, and
correctly fit you without obliga
Graduate Corsetiere Gives Private Fittings.
Corsets Priced $2.50 to $8.50 All Styles.
keir INVESTING THEIR CAPITAL. -
een "We do not expect this plan to ac- GO U
nes complish the impossible, but do be
ac- lieve that when reasonable men get Associ Reformed Pterai
: a together to discuss and consider mu- A e Pr-ytr l
1en tual problems, a solution can be Church-The Rev. Oliver Johnson,
me found which will obviate tests of Pastor. Sabbath, school at 10 a. in.,
ion strength, such as the strike and the Mr. R. H. McDonald, Superintendent,'
the lockout. Bible Class for young men at this
Woretha Tat hour taught by the pastor.
woWrseTha StThat.Eicpa huc: h
is- She' had just finished reading Ed- Rv .P etn etr
is ward Everett Hale's "The Man With-Sudysho.t100 :iM.
ss- out a Country," and as she laid it G .PtoSp. ihAut il
down she sighed and said:Clsatsmhorcdctdbte
"I cannot imagine anything worsesuritnet
than a man without a country." SeicsaEicolchr t5
y, 'Oh, I can," said her friend. o'lcp.m
"Why. what ?"'5~Peb~rinCuc-h
t"A country without a man." Rf .~rMy.,Pso
atBruce Furniture Sna cola 0a . r.
Cornpany teCmuiyHuea 0a
Undetakes Mthohns Episcopal Church: The
Rev. J. D. Hollen. pator.
MOTR EUIMEN . Sunday school .at 10:00 a mn.,r
Joh F.oPao, sp.fotr dlt il
Samauthrize to eceie ap lass Sundaymechoura 10:00te aby the,
ecainfolononfriglnsup Le rg Speident.t
Sda ecn.Svnpretra-Te P U mEtscalhrh at 5 n
o'clocy tepinile ~ ~ Mi-k prae mem.~at8
1- W.D. DoglasAtto Re. . We.dn aes Pevegth lk
fMten'.spelrganized Bbe las
Ren yurheath UninMerhois psoa thurcopTh
cMTREUIMN uch co at -10:00ck Dr. m.r on
I sysatoiem theveap
)f orm1,T0 ad oreRTems 3 yar
>nnm as h picil Pand interest.acan
B ~JonBoea, IPastn ram
Cunda. ScholaR1:00a .
The B.eY. P. U. meetstatr6 p.ee
Fieed Gryer nmoeecnd-ad0
No sltsne,~ssay, a 2ors caenea evi, oasnw alkd
Cao c-ieaoe fome Gornet won good byhes
*aRnewlt combur e-th.0fr ao. .W
andby5 packaying yorg 'E-SeBalysedArzi