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The news and herald. (Winnsboro, S.C.) 1901-1982, October 20, 1922, Image 4

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AND IN ONE, TW(
-ALTHOUGH WE HA'
BEFORE. WE KNOW I
ARE EXPENSIVE. SO:
AND WHAT IT STAND
THAN YOU HAVE BEE
Florsh
Men of the finer type
themselves in their al
smart style and quality
We portra
F
Your Feet
-over half the time.
-y comfortable, pleasant, li
:igned of soft calfl
f in I
- Special-Boys' tan
Special-Men's broi
Special-Men's new
Special-Men's fine
Special-Men's goot
Special-Men's goot
SThe 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.
tel.
$2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
GRIT.
(By M. B. Camak.)
If you have a bit of labor
That is difficult to do,
And it's going to take some sweating
And some digging hard for you:
And you know you're going to blister
In the hands before 'tis done,
And your back will ache and swelter
'Neath the burning of the sun;
If you'll just forget the misery
That's connected with the work,
And throw off the inclination
i To fret around and shirk;
S And lookr beyond the fmnishied task
With pleasure and delight,
When you'll know you've done a man
ly part,
And made a manly fight,
The dirt won't be so hapd to turn
The sun not near so hot.
The task won't take so long a time
When. dreading is forgot.
FOR SALE-Coker pedigreed strair
Fulghum Oats, and one Hoosiel
grain drill at cost to sow then
with. M. W.. Doty. 30
)ME W A
0 OR THREE SEASONS WE DOI
IE BEEN REMARKABLY SUCC
[OW IT IS: FATHER GETS AC
WE DAY, IF YOU -HAVEN'T AL
S FOR. UNTIL THAT TIME CO]
V TAUGHT TO EXPECT AND TH
eim Shoes
and temperament, who pride
tire, respond naturally to the
appeal of the Florsheim Shoe.
y-The Parkway
rice $8.95
Are in Prison
Why no 'make their quarters
vab - p aces? Our shoes are de
Lers over last that give the feet
ootwear that will keep your feet
army last shoes at $3.50
vn army last shoes at $5.00
brogue style shoes at $5.00
brown blucher.......at $5.00
I black calf blucher at $4.00
l brown calf blucher at $4.00
THE
"The
LAYING OF CORNERSTONE OF
NEW BUILDING
(Continued from page three)i
W. A. Witherow, at that time and for
long afterward, president of the In
stitute.
G. F. Patton.
I write the following sketch of the
proceedings which resulted in the
erection of the new Mt. Zion Insti
tute in the year 1922, to be placed]
in the copper box inclosed in the cor
nerstone of the building.
In the spring of 1920, feeling the
extreme need of a new building for
Mt. Zion School, District .No. 14, of
Fairfield county, the board of trus
tees as then constituted, consisting
of W. D. Douglas, K. R. McMaster,
John H. McMaster, R. Y. Turner and
J. M. Jennings, caused to be circu
lated, in accordance with Section 1743,
et seq., Code of Laws of South Caro
lina (1912) Volume I, a petition ask
ing for a special election on the ques
tion of issuing bonds of the said dis
trict to an amount not exceeding one
hundred thousand dollars ($100,000)
for the purpose of erecting and
equipping adequate buildings. On
the 17th of May, 1920, this petition
kaving bee-. signed by the requisite
one-third of the qualified electors of
the district and by a like proportion
of the resident freeholders, was pre
sented to the board of trustees, who,
thereupon, ordered an election to be
held. The election was held ori the
14th day of June, 1920, and resulted'
in favor of issuing the bonds-every
vote cast being in the affirmative.
The condition of the bond market
in 1920, due to the effect of the great
iWorld War, which had ended only
.about two years before, was such
LSN'T B
'T OR CAN'T EXPECT TO IN
ESSFUL DURING THE PAST I
CUSTOMED TO TRADING AT
READY-YOU ARE GOING TO
WES, WE'RE GOING TO KEEP
E FIRST THING YOU KiNOW
YOU'LL B
Seen About
The hosiery department is
sport hose in grey, polo, brow
to want several pairs of these
they are priced at 50c.
Fur-chokers are the thing!
assortment on display here
to be a movie actress to owi
Mink, Marten, Fox-my, they
New York says sport hats
to! They are here. I saw c
in the center aisle this mornih
priced at only $5.50 for the ,
Sales in the ladies' shoe d(
rily along. Have you seen th
new strap pumps on display
are real values. Priced $3.7
MEMo
Don'
becaus,
-M Come i
a new ]
a big 1
patteri
and yo
ter abc
small v
fit.
Young
SMen's
PROPS
Store You Hee
that it was not possible to securea
bid for par value, as required by law,
and it was not until November 25,
1921, that such a bid was received
and accepted by the Board. Weil
Roth and company of Cincinnati,
Ohio, through their attorney, C. S.
Monteith, of Columbia, South Caro
ina, being the successful bidder.
In the meantime, before the sale
>f the bonds, A. D. Gilchrist, Archi
ect, of Rock Hill, South Carolina,
dad been employed to draw the plans
and supervise the construction of the
proposed building. During the win
ter and spring of 1922, the plans were
drawn and approved, and in June
1922 the contract for the erection of
the building was awarded to the
Mapes Company, of Rock Hill, S. C.,
at a cost of Sixty thousand dollars
($60,000), exclusive of the heating
plant and plumbing fixtures. These
latter items were awarded under sep
arate contract to the Brice Heating
and Plumbing Company, of Florence,
for Ten thousand dollars ($10,000).
In cluded in the general contract to
the Mapes Company was the tear
ing down and removal of the build
ing already occupying the site chos
en for the new structure.
The Mapes Company began opera
tions in July 1922, and early in Aug
ust of the same year, the old build
ing having been torn away, construc
tion of the new building of 1922 was
begun and by October 15th was suf
ficiently advanced for the laying of
the cornerstone. When the struct
ure is completed, it will be equipped
with modern furniture purchased from
the Peabody School Furniture Corn
pany, of North Manchester, Indiana,
through their local representative,
Ernest Gladden, of Winnsboro, S. C.
The site occupied by this build
UIIT IJ
FLUENCE EVERY FAMILY I:
INE MONTHS IN MAKING T1
ONE PLACE AND OLD HABI
TAKE MORE THAN A PASSI
ON GIVING A LITTLE MOR]
WITH US
the Store
showing some nifty ribbed
ri and black. You'll be sure
splendid hose. By the way
You should see the lovely
-and listen, you don't have
i one. Squirrel, O'possum,
, are all here.
and scarfs to match. Pres
ome lovely ones on display
ig. The scarf and hat were
et. Lovelyl
partment are moving mer
e smart oxfords and pretty
? Don't miss them-they
i to $5.00.
tch 'Em Up
t throw your coat aside just
a the pants have deserted it.
n and let us re-mate it with
)air. We have just received
At of all wool pants in neat
is. They are cut in-regular
ung men's styles. No mat
iut your size-be it large or
7e will give you a streamline
Men's Trousers at $3.75 up.
Regular Cut priced same
Ly.
F COMP
tr So Much At
ing has supported a school building
since 1777, and I feel that this sketch
of the proceedings resulting in the
construction of the latest and best
of the many buildings which have
rested on this historic and sacred
spot can not be better brought to an
end than by repeating the quotation
from Isaiah used by the founders of
Nt. Zion Society in the preamble to
bhe constitution adopted by them aft
er their incorporation in 1777, fer
vently hoping that the same . spirit
which animated them in that far dis
tant past when South Carolina was
still a colony of Great Britan, may
still keep alive in us and in our de
scendants that zeal for knowledge
which must be the abiding character
istic of every free people, if they
would endure: "Arise, Shine, for
thy light is come and the glory of
the Lord is risen upon there-to ap
point unto them that mourn in Zion
to give unto them beauty for ashes,
the oil of joy, spirit of heaviness,
that they might be called the tree of
righteousness, the planting of the
Lord that he might be glorified."
G. F. Patton,
Supt. Mt. Zion 1922.
We, whose names are hereunto
subscribed, being the legally consti
tuted Board of Trustees, of Mt. Zion
school District No. 14, of Fairfield
county, hereby certify that the fore
going account of the proceedLig re
sulting in the Mt. Zion Institute bilid
ing of 1922 is correct.
W. D. Douglas, Chr.
R. Y. Turner, Sec. and Treas.
Horace Traylor
John H. McMaster
J. J. Obear
F. A. DesPortes
J. E Mconald, Jr.
A DAY
S FAIRFIELD TO BELIEVE TN OUR BETTER VALUES
VO CUSTOMERS GROW-WHERE ONLY ONE GREW
TS ARE HARD TO DISCARD, EVEN THOUGH THEY
NG INTEREST IN THIS STORE-ITS MERCHANDISE
D STYLE, QUALITY AND VALUE FOR THE MONEY
25;e?/1
The Art of Dress
-is mastered by girls and women who are conscious of
their own charms and who desire to express them. Clev
er, fascinating-our dresses fashioned by New York's
best designers express the subtle ingenuity and inter
pret the ideals of the world's master creators. These
frocks have helped many women to a deeper appreciation
of the art of dress, and a better understanding of their
own individuality. We will present this week a generous
array of new'frocks in sizes 16 to 46 in the season's most
favored fabrics, at prices that will surprise and please
you.
New Frocks Priced $10 to $39.50.
COATS-COATS-COATS
A gorgeous assortment of the most interesting styles
in the latest colors and materials, at remarkably low
prices.
Infants' Coat..........$2 to $5.
. Girls' Coats.......$3 to $15.
Misses' Coats.......$7.50 to $20.
Women's Coats $10 to $39.50
ANY
rout"
BruceFurniture Nichol's Studio
Brce . o. NICHOLS,
om pany _,. __ .,__
Undertakers PH OT OG RA PH S
___ T'HAT PLEASE
MOTOR EQUIPMENT CHESTER, S. C. PHONE 191
*Notice
The trade will please take note that we will sell Coal
this season for cash only. Bills payable on delivery of
the coal. Positively no exceptions. Ey selling for cash,
will save us lots of expense, time and trouble in collect
ing, and will elininate "bad debts," and thereby enable
us to sell coal cheaper.
WINNSBORO INSURANCE & REALTY CO.
H. E. CALDWELL

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