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The News and Herald.
WINNSBORO, S. C.
P. M. DEES
Editor and Publisher
Entered in the post office at Winns
boro, S. C., as second class mail mat
$2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
THE PASSING OF THE OLD.
At last work has begun on the new
school building. At least the destruc
tion of the old one has begun. We
wonder if it would not be a good idea
for those who are sentimentally in
clined to stay away from the site un
til the demolition has been completed.
We doubt if a person in Winnsboro
could view the old building in a state
of wreck without memories sad and
joyful-without a feeling of personal
loss to see the old Mt. Zion Institute
levelled-a temple wherein new hopes
and dreams and ideals were inspired
-and, too, some sorrows experienced,
~sulting in a new faith born. Has
*it not stood for generations as a vis
ible sign of a covenant made by our
forefathers that their children should
neter be in the bondage of illiteracy ?
Hctv can the youngest member of a
noble people be not impressed when
he stands by the levelled walls where
,in were instilled the principles of hon
rantruth and all the virtues he
respects and reveres in the life of his
father and his father's father ? Must
he~ not involuntarily uncover and be
m ved to exclaim, "This is hallowed
twould not have been entirely in
* jropriate for the occasion of the
removal of the old building to be
ni rked with fitting ceremonies-the
pqsing of the old. It is very likely
that the dedication of the new build
ing will be attended with magnifi
cehit exercises. The tearing down of
th'e old might have been fittingly ob
served. The removal of a landmark
w'pch has become grafted to the tree
ofour community existence cannot be
removed without a readjustment, a
diversion of vital influences, a shift
ing of responsibility.
The taking away of the old struc
ture is symbolic to as of the passing
of tZhe old order. With the assump
tion of control by the new order, the
comingr of new conditions, there is
brought to us a great responsibility.
How will i~t be met ? This new build
ing is to be one of the finest and best
eminned in the State, and with the
rwear for Mei
fitted-our stock is large-the
snowy white handkerchief cloth
are sweltering-or just plain sN
w pairs of these union suits vour
ir. You can't blame a man for
sol is making him pop-off. Our s
ts will please you. White, 'mpy
>rs. The materials are oxford, p
d the boys like. They are made
; and roll back sport collars for
ad splendid quality of the mate
,e sons are hard on their togs.
n during hot weather. Why sw
,rs invested in a P. B. will bring
a mind to keep cool drop in tomo
ou out, no matter about your fiu
V BOW TIES
York. They are alright-new 4
l everything. Get one of these 1
'em. If you like polka. dots we .
improved equipment, greater results
should be expected. What will be
done with the increased obligations
and requirements which go with
better equipment and greater possi
bilities ? Will we come up to expec
tations ? Above Mt. Zion for ages
has flown a banner of truth and hon
or, and all who went forth from her
doors were enrolled in that cause.
We may not lift our flag higher, but
cannot we gather more recruits in the
cause of right and justice by incul
cating in the minds of more pupils the
contagious idea of correct principles;
teach them that the goal of education
is better relations between mankind,
that a man IS his brother's keeper ?
We must leave the old policy of ev
ery man for himself and forget the
theory of the survival of the fittest.
With increased education comes a big
ger conception of the aim of the Cre
ator-the mind of man must become
better acquaintedl with the doctrine
of the Great Teacher, the fundamen
tal principle of which is brotherhood.
Man to man, community to communi
ty, capital to labor, nation to nation,
all must be educated to that doctrine.
That was the principle for which the
Old Mt. Zion stood. The new school
must also stand as a "lamp amid the
Although the Town Council has a
gain called an election to determine
if the people of Winnsboro wish to
issue bonds to raise money to pave
the streets of the town, there has not
been heard nearly so much argument
against it as when it was ordered
some months ago and recalled. We
trust that this is a hopeful sign. We
hope that it is an indication that there
will be no active opposition to the
bonds an'd that the election will carry
by a larger majority than if it had
been held when first ordered. There
is very little doubt that it will pass.
Would'nt it be a fine thing if it was
unanimous, without a single dissent
ing vote; an expression that the
people of Winnsboro are united in the
acknowledgement that the town needs
these permanent improvements and
are determined to have them, that we
with pride can say "this is my own,
my native land". Along with other
birthrights here we have inherited
in traditions of honor and upright
ness a jewel, a pearl of great price.
Shall we let the pearl remain in a
shoddy setting, or let the one which
was once brilliant become tarnished ?
It is true that the setting does not
ad can-o arfec te intrinsic value
WINNSBORO, S. C
VISIT OUR CORSE'
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correctly fit you
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of the gem-but is it fitting? Shall
we put up the picture of a long line
of illustrious men for daily inspection
among the family and household gods,
and point to these pictures in a
gilt frame or one of veneer ? Are we
true to the ideals and standards set
for us by them ? From the time the
first tree was cut down, their motto
was go forward. Are we doing it?
Are we making the same progress
forward that they did ? Considering
our beginning as taken from their
hands compared with theirs being
with nothing, has our progress been
worthy of our inheritance ? NO!
Under that comparison have we not
been slothful! Would your father and
our father be proud of our careers?
Would he feel in fact we have been
found wanting, would they not have
to acknowledge that we did not have
the same ability to meet difficulties,
the same lack for which a few modern,
men are afraid when they say they '
do not want to leave a debt for their
children to pay. The children always .
have to pay.
So, to the young people, those who
now own property and expect to in
herit more, if you feel that there is
no future to this town, that the prop
erty you expect to own will not en
hance in value, that it cannot even
keep its present value, that there is
nothing ahead but privation and tax
burdens, that your intellect is such
that you cannot take care of yourself
and make money and pay a debt
which was made to stabilize the value
of that same inheritance; if you ,be
lieve all that, then we advise you
VOTE AGAINST THE BOND IS
SUE. But do you believe that? Is
there a single man in town who be-.
lieves that? Of course not. How
ever, if you believe that Winnsboro
is the town of the future, VOTE FOR
And if those men in town who
oppose this issue on those grounds
believe that opportunities and pros
pects in this town have reached a
stage of full ripeness, that from now
the future of Winrisboro will be that
of dlecay and, depreciation, that your
son with the same possessions you
had, can not hold them and expand,
if you are afraid of his future, then
VOTE AGAINST THE BONDS. But
who believes that ? So, if you think
that Winnsboro will develop and grow
and regain the prestige in the finan
cial and intellectual world which was
once hers, VOTE FOR THE BOND
ISSUE. It is true that Winnsboro
was once .identified throughout the
world throuigh Mt. Zion Institute and
the men who received their training
JULY 14th, 1922.
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there. At least one cotton planter
here shipped his crop direct to, Liver
pool. Has she that rating now? We
MUST accept the trust and go for
The most farcial argument against
the bonds is that the members of
Council are young men. Were not
practically all reformation brought
about by young men ? They are the
Ireamers, and have the courage to
execute them. They take a chance,
and usually win. J. E. B. Stuart was
hirty one, and Stonewall Jackson,
hirty nine. According to our present
standard they were too young to be
riven responsibility. Who shall say
Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Church-The Rev. Oliver Johnson,
Pastor. Sabbath school at 10 a. in.,
Mr. .R. H. McDonald, Superintendent.
Bible Class for young men at this
hour taught by the pastor.
Regular church services at 11
a. m., with sermon by Dr. Johnson.
St. John's Episcopal church: The
Rev. W. P. Peyton. rector.
Sunday school at 10:00 a. mn., Mr.
3. F. Patton, Supt., with Adults Bible
Class at same hour conducted by the
Communion services at the Epis
copal church Sunday morning at 11
Sionz Presbyterian Church-'1 he
Ret G. G. Mayes, Pastor
Sunday school at 10 a. mn., Mr.
'. M. Stewart, Superintendent.
Men'.3 Organized Bible Class mn
:he Community House at 10 a. mn.,
taught by the Pastor.
Public worship at 11:00 a. mn. with
sermon by the Rev. G. G. Mayes,
Methodist Episcopal Church: The
Rev. J. D. Holler, pastor.
Sunday school at 10:00 a. mn.
Regular morning service at 11 a. m.
First Baptist Church-The Rev.
John Bomnar, Pastor.
Sunday School at 10:00 a. in., Mr.
A.. Lee Scruggs, Superintendent.
Morning worship with preaching
by the pastor at 11:00 o'clock, also
at 8:30 p. m.
The B. Y. P. U. meets at 6 p. m.
Mid-week pray'er meeting at 8:00
on Wednesday evening, with talks
frm the Gospel of John by the Pas
There is a DeBevoise brassiere fe
high development of the artistr
isite as to material and trimming
peculiar degree, the purpose of
NEW FLUTED T
Just the trimming for pretty su:
:h pretty colored border. Colors
'endar, pink an drose. Don't mis
ise permits us to sell this new tri
Priced 10c Yd.
CRINKLE CREPE LIT
rhis is the famous Windsor plisq
s just enough body to insure we
-ial for dainty underthings. The
I flesh. The material is 32 inch4
Priced 25c Yd.
SEALPAX UNION SUIT
will keep their bodies cool and co:
nths. They are made of the besi
ttons are sewn on very strongly.
7s and girls. The sizes range frc
Priced $1.00 Each.
,xtra heavy turkish cloth towels
ely woven colored borders in pii
ues and we would like you to ta
r price to lay in a supply.
Priced 50c Each.
COMMUNITY HOUSE PROGRAM.
Wanda Hawley and T. Roy Barnes
in "Too Much Wife." A breezy,
sparkling comedy. You have heard
married men say, "I've sent my wife
to the country." See this big comedy
and understand why they say it. Al
so Bud and Susie in comic cartoons.
Monday-Special: Marshal Neilan
presents "Bits of Life," starring Lon
Chaney, Wesley Barry, Anna May
Wong and others. This picture is just
what the title sairs it is, "Bits of
Life."' If you saw "Dinty" you
Ap rice. Just
Fisk extra value..
I Premier Tread as
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VOL. II. NO. 16
r every figure. They express
of needlework and are ex
Above all-they satisfy in
every woman to retain her
nmer frocks. White ground
are yellow, red, blue, green,
s this value-a quantity par
mming at a very low price.
e. The material is soft, and
ar. We recommend this ma
shades are white, baby blue
s FOR CHILDREN
nfortable during the summer
quality pajama checks. The
They are made in styles for
m 2 years to 12.
in all white, and white with
ik and blue. These are real
ke advantage of our present
liked it; if you failed it is your loss,
Be sure and understand we especially
recommend this picture as one of the
better pictures and worth your time.
Wednesday-Norma Talmadge in
"The Sign on the Door," a murder
mystery with some very clever act
ing and very clever detective work.
A seven reel superproduction. Re
cently completed a 3-day special run
in the leading theatre of Columbia.
FOR SA LE-One 3%z gallon Guern
sey cow; One small refrigerator;
One Ford coupe. J. M. Lyles.
Time to Re-thre
tire at a very low
another instance of
As true with the Fisk
with the Fisk Cord
ompetitive tires and
a size, strength and
lity; it also proves
extra value in every size,
or speed wvagon