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The people's recorder. (Columbia, S.C.) 1893-1925, December 21, 1901, CHARLESTON EXPOSITION and CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY NUMBER, Image 9

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People s Recorder j
6. f. HOLMES, Editor.
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i
Communications.
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brief and rational communications
on subjects of general interest when
they are accompanied by tho hames
sud addresses of the authors, and
are not ot* a defamatory nature,
and when sufficient cash ia Bent to
pay ''set-up*'-no charge for space.
Annonytnous communications will
not be noticed. We do not return
rejectod manuscript, unless stamps
are sent for same. ?'otiecs of mar
riages, births, deaths lost, found etc.
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or less.
Make a I 1 postal and express
money orders payable to
C. F. BLoLMKS Editor and Publisher
Columbia S. C.
SA TU RDA Y . DEC. Qi
OUE EXPOSITION AND CHRISTMAS
HOLIDAY "NUMBER,
Appearing before our renders
to-day in the .National colors
Red, White and Blue-we desire
to inform them that this is done
to show our loyalty to the Stars
and Stripes, our love for tiiose
who are su|^^^^^^ th ei r
"Negro JD?p|ij^e^ SoirTrf
Caroliua ?n&^tt?&aWl\Vest Ju
dian Exposiuon n?\v^mrrperalion
at Charleston, South Carolina.
While we are far from belong
ing to the braggadocial or '"swell ?
head" olass,yet''we take pride inj
. stating that as far as: pur kim wi-j
edge as to South Carolina 'Negro
, journalism, this is"the tirst under-*!
taking oj'the kind by a Negro!
journal of this Stale. j
The editor begs to state that this
ipsue of the paper is respectfully
dedicated, First, to the apprecia
tive readers in this and other states
who, by their financial support
arc enabling ns to tlo what f ? w i
have undertaken ; Second, to the
faithful office force at home and j
our hustling representatives in the j
State who are helping us to make j
the paper one of the very be*t in
the South ; Third, to Prof Tiios.
J. Jackson, Secretary and Field
Acent of the Exposition & Fourth
to the Exposition itself; which
every colored person in the State)
should attend some time during
the next live months.
OCR REPRESENTATIVES.
The Recorder for 1002 will conj
tinno to advise, counsel and admon !
ish for the betterment of our peo-j
pie. With the a ble assistance i
of our ever faithful office force,!
Messrs Andrew W. Berry, Adam j
B. Lindsay. J A Book bart, L. M. j
Keitt, Field Agents Revs C Wbue
, bead and J W Easley, and by the j
untiring efforts of our local rep
resentative/! Prof. R. TT. Manee at ?
Newberry, S. G- Prof.. W. W,1
Mcalorris Helena Revs. G H -j
Herndon Union and D B Bibbs at
Cross Hill W B Featherstone and
L ?) ?itowman Greenville C JD,
Cfever Otandourg V ?..Tvilliiigsj
w'orcn and Al tay Violet Jeter ches I
ter Kev L) M Spearman ami Mrs '
Haiti? I, DorroL at Laurena
Naucy Firma Old Town Aliases j
Leila A ?VJ oA rt bur at Gal?u?y City
Georgia A Beatty and Ophelia Ai
Arnold Greenwood and Sui lie L
Bacon nt Providence. We hope
to add many huudrcds of new i
naines to dur ever-increasing Uls^
of the best people m Soutli Car.
ol i na. Tm Korro a.
Th<* second public meeting of
i the Manolis at vVinnsbr.ro on last
I week was held in the Saint Paul j
j baptist, church of which the Kev. j
; E. M. Glover is pastor, instead <>i j
j the Methodist church as stated in
! the article in another col um lin.
I ".. .**
Editor Holmes hopes to be in
} Orangeburg from tooday til Tues
?dav. dewberry Thursday. Green
! wood at Aldrich's tailor shop for
I a few hours Friday, and Chester
lon Saturday. AH subs, at th etc
I points yan -ec l)'1" und pay their
daffi to thin paper
4. 4. 4.
i Next Wednesday will be Christ
mils day. Owing tn this fact lhere
will be no paper issued from this S
ollice next Week. Like oilier eui- 1
, ployee;:, our;|^?jv AV.ll ."take tho
i week off," hencnj ourw n*Xt paper
?on Jiuuiary,;4tb. Before Our next j
issue goes fprth, Ohctitntihs, .11)01 ;
will he a th'ingj^f 'tlt?jr??Bti a o d !
a new year'^Vanii \yflr^>ve madel
itsappeatuinjc?. |To'al?,xlf our rea- ;
dors and friend:; we wish a Merry j
, Chrjstuuis ahfjLa l?'appy. and Pros
perons >? ewj Yeai\ ?
C. C.JOHUSOM, M. D.
; 1 Ol Plain Street.
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9$
M.
2 to & P M.
6 to ? r. M.
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BOTH'l^lO?rAVlGy.
go LLS
?hKES;
NEGRO B?ILDIKG, Sonto Carolina ani West Indian Exposition.
Prof. Th6s? ti? Jackson, Secretan
CA?-ES OF
.SS OR HARD
NOW CURABLE
by our nfcw invention. Only those born deaf aro incurable.
HEAD NOISES CEASE MEDIATELY. '
F. A'. WE Rr*". AN, OF BALTIMORE, SAYS:
BALTIMORE. Md., March yi, icot.
fitnilenxtn ': - B?:in<: entirely cared of desfiles*, thaulzs to your treatment, I will now give yon
a'fuil l-.iNiui v of my cale, tu bi'Uf'i ;;C your iTisfcTf lion. "
; . AI Hitit \wz y?:irs BRO try ri^ul caf began to li'.i,;, and thij k pt on ?.'..IttnK worse, until I IJS'
' my hearing In Otis car cttiir'ely.
I underwent u treatment ipr catarrh, for Hire? r*otitb?. without any MICCC??;, consulter! a nuns
h:-'r'of phyMciant-i nmoiig others, the.'rhost envneitt ear . ncc??.ibl cf'.thin etty, who told inc thal
? il;* an operation could help we, a::0 even that o:ily temporarily; that the head uoiacs would
tluv.i c.-:---*. (mt the hearing ia th r.iTrct? ! eur w wild We lo.? foi t vcr,
I then fax? veur advert ?semen! tu-ciUt-tit tilly i' a New Vori: paper, lind ordered yourtrvr.t
ment Aft?r'fHafl .>. only a fe? days aoror.'linj; to youf directions, the noises ceased. ail?l
t->-?iav. t?;t?r liv-.- >\??i is, my h iliac ill the Oin-.; nl car '.?::s htei: t utu', ly i eHorcd. i thank y< ;.
heartily r.tnl bis ta remain Vi. ry truly v..ir.s.
1". A. ? ".IX^rAM. 7:3 S. Broadway, Baltimore, Mci
Oar trotzt merit t?oea not interfere irith (four nattai occt{patiott,
^an^^ aad yfllJ CAS CURE YOURSELF AT HOSIE at ar^f,;rtI
ISiTESflATfOHAt AURAL G?8IC, 596 IA SAUS AVE,. fcKi??AGP, Kl.
Offers to the intelligent rea
ders of THE RECORDER one
of the largest and best selec
ted stocks of Dry Goods,Clo
thing, .Millinery,-Hats and^
Shoes in the Carolinas.'?se ^
100 MaGtao? tor.Men. 99 cts.
500 M6lifS S?itj, $1.49.
20 Gases Ladies' Fine Shoes, 79 Gents-Worm M.50.
Come to see us or send us
Mail orders.
Yours to serve
li FURTIGK'S;
I Miss Opbella Arnold ?
Di
(jil KEN WOOD. H. C. - Last Su n?? V i
waa very wintry au > cold ; eoiis?- :
quent ly there wits not wry niuo li !
church goi??g. But in spit ft of tho j
cold weather Mun is Chapel 'Sitndvy j
School nevi r stops.
Tho Xiiu?.-> holidays a r o gWen
special though! now b y :>?..* It obi
a?il yotitnj in this [il?iee On every!
corner turkeys ur---' looking through j
thc k* baiV and the wedding bolls;
will hogiii rinding on tho twenty ?
fourth, ins:., apel when Hov willi
stop !).> oui: can tell, .'?..* i> ia a elis- ,
casu lhui :io< ni . to . "Keldun '.'
Of nil tili' siio.? htori'S in upo..-!-1
South Cand?na Davis>hoe store ut I
Greenwood. S. C., it thu cheapest,
and best. Try him nod y< u will gol
again.
Miss Ar?les b air has opened her I
school near Cnkesbury in tho county
Deacon C. 15. Steuart reports nj
successful meeting at i ire Grund j
Lo-'lgo winch wa? held at Wiiius-j
boro, S. U., las;, wee!;.
A ''few*' ol tho Benedict students I
are expected in our eitj Xmas seul
la disappointment wi'! causo much'j
j4'commeticu ! ' j
lio to the yoi r , (???": \ Cash hoiihe
new store, new ^> '., grooeiit*s, |
confections, seeds, coituiry produce1
every th i og pure fresh aird clean.:
E. Ci? Connor Prop. Steel front.)
.Miss Hertha !.. Brown ri distin
guished resident of Allr iidaln, S. C.
is i u thu city. And beyond .all
?doubt she is hayingu r?o?d timr.
Tho reaper death came hist Friday
j night ?nd deprived Mr. and Mr?,
j If. V. Miller of their sweet little
.girl, li?los* . T h * insoy friends
: urui nd^sw^S offer their svmput int:.?,
and trin^^^int they are willing
A. M?^^>iit^h!ton kt ops a fineM
line of-Jamey groceries and chi ist? j
mus supplies. Go io his .store rm.-^
ami the nie? treatment yon get thoo
will make you go again.
Kev. lil. ti. Rob.-: ts of EMoronee,
preached ut .Morris Chapel Dnj ti?'
fi. MOD. Sinoi?t??l :
THE BEST GOODS anil th
All Cusi?me rs receive h rn ir?
polite attention regai-tHess of
of your purchase.;
'er the gootls to our customers
g These, Men'
jp completely oule?a^s all others,
?Ei are stylish, strong and durable
I DA VIS, TH
I GRBiENWOC
! 5,MMU4tn4UUi4?a.t?Ui?.iiUiU4?
iMissGopraia Beatty!:
Wrr* tmnrmrtt?
?ment:
church hut Monday night.
Jt skeins that the rckdon af
thia paper have foi gotten to pay up
wo will romiii? thou: again. Please
pay up anti he ready to ?tar'- oven
with the new year
Yours For success,
?. A. BKATTT.
E. C. CONNOR
GROCER.
Ali the good things to out- all
wo ask ir a cull.
20th Century Cash House
?Now Steel Front Building
GREENWOOD; S. C.
SO YEAR8"
TRADE MARK?
DESIGNS
COPYRIGHTS &C.
ArtTon??*nitliiii a abe:ob and description may
mitokly ??r?n?iti our op?n."n free whether ?LO
lr>??t>* 1<MI 1? j?ro><ii>iy i?u*?n?.i\blo. O ?rn mun I
tlirtiiKtrlctlv.-mflrtantlul. Handbook on O.itenta
??.it lr?e. OMBM iitftmcy l'or norm IHR pct-enta.
r?t?i..i taken thronen Munn Si Co. rec? ?
rpcci+l not ic, without cbitrgo, la tho
fett? Huerican
A nanrtaoaa?1?" nin?tmt?4 workly. T.TBBSt ?.ir
ani?: lon of ?ii? acietitlfln i'iuriml. Tornin. W a
?p?r: fnnr montas, SL Sold brail nowBOonlsra.
llriLUi li Offio?. Ki V SU WnshlDUtOU. D. C.
I MUST SAY
that tue.Original Ozonized Ox Mar
row ha? given me perfect satisfac
tion. T hare tried a. irreat many
they did not jrivn s?t
; i ^^h& ?rifr?n?l1 "Uxoniscd
.fi' ihf?iir&Mab. HKTTTO MOORO, .;<?
Monmouth;/BU
pnrlTiOtW?'wky h^?rttr?!?!)!; plUbl? ?nd UeasHt;
'ful ?nd m?*? . lt gm?, i .-?Tent? f?llloir out.amd
>it?:i>r ? ri Imitation, woa't du lt. 1.? nun? yon
?etta* tf*nntne. Bold ov?r forty years. If your
]M)I-I' rtmini ?uuplv rou ?nul ii' tiny c^ntH'tUM
mr wll? ?lilli ?ow fti'tkUM. AUilreen n? pt. ll. _
'vmn o%o?vlaiau ex M A ???OW CO..
..a W ?i..ii Avrniia. 4'lilvuitro, 111.
e G i eu tost variety in town,
t wei p. ht and measure, with
who \?o:i -ire and the amouut
Greenwood, s. G.
'v~i~rrr-i
GOOD
UM
ts
MATERIAL
i? our first requirement
?3 vhen purchasing shoes
jg> L'hifl b.-ing up to our stan
Sp' darr] we consider workman
/ ship and s t y ! e and ail
things bein? equal* we of-?
at reasonable prices.
s $3. Shoes
sohl at thc same figure. They
- -MJ
i '
E SHOE MAN.
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