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WANTED-A young man Or
boy from 14 to 18 years old, who
can read and write, to learn the
printer's trade. A good place
for the right kind of boy. Any
bright boy can be of service in
a short time. Call on R. E.
Richardson, Foreman, People's
Recorder, Orangeburg, S. C.
Prof Preileau of Sumter was
a welcome visitor to our -city
this week. ?
-Rev. B. J. Ancrum of Neeses
was among Orangeburg's visitors
The Lovely , HUI Sunday
School Convention meets near
St. George next Friday.
Are you going to the National
Baptist Convention? ' If so be in
Columbia by one o'clock -next
Mr. P. L. Green of Elloree
was here on business this week.
He sailed"and got a job of print
inf? we did for bim. . '.
Mr. M. Furtick of North wav
among the court attendants ,tlii>
week. He called to see us
Bro Furtick was entirely vindi
outed and let loose by the court.
Get. ready to pay your sub
scription to this paper and ti
renew for the future. Bills wiri
be sent out soon,
Court is in session here th u
week and criminals are bein^
given' their just deserts. Wt
hope no innocent man will be
convicted and that .none who are
guilty will escape.
The city election comes ofl
next Tuesday. We truly hopi
that Orangeburg will put thc
best ineu on guard to protect ano
care for the people s interests.
Cards are out announcing tht
coming marriage of Rev. J. S.
Maddox ,of Donalds, S. C. ti.
Miss Ella Lee Smith, Honea
Path, Sept. 22, at Liberty Bap
tist church Honea Path, S, C.
Mrs. H. B. Thomas returned
Thursday evening Of last week
from a pleasant two weeks staj
in Asheville, N. C.
Claflin University will open
for the school year Sept, 28.
The State College opens on Oct.
6th and the graded school somt
time during October. Get read y
We thank Mr. Thomas Jack
son of Columbia for a job ol
printing done for him some day.?
ago. We can do the work if th?
folks will only try us.
Mrs. Jacob Moorer, the cu?tui -
ed wife of Esq Moorer, has re
timed from her up-country trip,
much refreshed and invigorated
by her outing.
Rev. J. W Faust of Denmark
placed a job of printing.with us
recently. Many thanks.
Mrs. JR. C. Wilhams went tt
St, Matthews this week to visit
her very sick father Mr. W. J
Robinson. He is quite ill indeed
Mrs. Maggie L. Watson o
Spartanburg is visiting friend:
at Winnsboro, S. C. May he
stay be pleasant is the wish o
Our Columbia oorresponden
Mr. J. H. Garner, has gon<
North for a much needed rest
Mr. Garner is a hard workinj
man. May his stay be bot!
pleasant and. profitable.
The Noith Enoree Sunda
School Convention will mee
with the Zion Hill church, Inmar
S. C. on Friday of next wee
ar?d run to Sunday Sept. 19th.
Do you wast to buy a lot fe
a home or a farm on which 1
make a living? If so see Edite
Holmes, he may be able to bel
' Mr. Northorp Handy the up-i
?dite tailor Of Sumter,1 S. C.
fcdoing a big business in his Iii
of work. Mr. Handy is courteoi
and polished in manners, hem
a?he is a "workman" he is bour
: Oui readers' here and else
where are . cordially invited to
trade with those who ask their
patronage through this paper.
They will give you value roceiv
ed for the money you spend and
will appreciate- your trade.
We are . informed that Rev.
E. El Bobo preached at St. Mat
thew church near Lykesland,
S. C. on Sunday Sept. 5th.
They say it was a powerful ser
mon. Misses Louisa and Carrie
Wood word and 'Miss Louisa
Adanis, whose guest Rev. Bobo
was. attended services at. St.
Matthew on'this day,
WANTED-A competent man in
Orangeburg county to act as
agent for the colored, fair and
y?et exhibits for same. Apply to
Editor C. P; Holmes, Orango
burg, S C , or Rev. Ri Carroll.
The Road To Success
has many obsti uctions. but none
is desperate as poor health.
Success to-day demands health,
iut Electric Bitters is the great
ist health builder the world has
iver known, lt compels perfect
iction of the stomach, liver, kid
icys, bowels, purities and en
-iches che blood, and tones and
invigorates the whole system.
Rigorous body and keen brain
follow their use. You can't af
ford to slight Electric Bitter? il
veak, run-down qr sickly. Only
)0c. Guaranteed by J. G. Wan?
?amaker Mfg. Co.
lio* Rates To The National
Return tickets to Columbus
Ohio will be on sale Sept.
12-13 and 14th limited to Sept. '23
[909 account of the National
Rates from principal points' at.
S partan burg
G reen v ii le
J. C. LUSK.
Kn SE. RILEY
of Vehickles of Every Discription
Ever Brought to Orangeburg,
Which you can buy CHEAP
[or The CASH.
1235 MAIN STREET,
'Phone 444. *
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Wm. Lowman A. M.. M. D. :
Lin. C. Shecut M. D F). T
LOW M AT* & SHECUT
Physicians & Surgeons
-SCOVILLE DLOCK-ORANGEBURG, S,
City and Country calls nro'mntl.
22 05 ... .
- . \ 1.1
, Tho Crime Of Idleness.
Idleness means trouble for any
one. Its the same with a lazy
liver, lt causes constipation,
headache, jaundice, sallow com
plexion, pi ni pies and'blotches,
loss of appetite, nausea, but Dr.
King's New Life Pills soon ban
ish liver troubles and build up
your health. Voe. at J. G. Wan
namaker Mfg. Go.
. - Call On -
STILES R. MELLICHAMP,
Orangcburg, S. C.
A. full line of Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines, Toilet Ai;
tides, Cigars and Candies.
GIVE US A CALL
We have recently installed a
lew Soda Water Fount and are
fully prepared to serve tho best
Soda Water and Ice Cream.
Birnie's Drug Store
5 W. Liberty St.
}SUMTER, S. C.
Wo build new vehicles to order
Our motto is "satisfaction. Your pat
ronage is solicited
No. 4 Amelia, St.
Orangehurg, S. C.
m Thls-hi ont of Jhc^obJ
leets of this greatBenefi
dal and Protective ornr^. _ . , ?
iiation. The I-LdJ Grand Lodge alma to improve 1
the condition, ina financial way, aa w,llu morally
and industrially, o! every member, ctr ,red as weil
as white. Mintier Wagait Snorter Honra,
Equal Opportunities, Self Betterment
and Protection generally, are arnon* the things
for which our members', work. Ii is an Interna
tional Chartered Co-operative Sodetyin every Eenie
of the term. No matter where you Hve, or what
your occupation, be you married or single, employ
er or employee, it will be greatly to your advan
tage to Join the I-L-U Grand Lodge. Members
aid their unemployed brothers and sitters to secure
work, help them when sick or disabled, and where
death occurs in the family.
Big Cash Benefits
At death of member. 1100 cash Is paid to benefi
ciary. At death of wile, or other beneficiary, mem
ber ?-c-.;r?3 f 25. At death of member's child, 910,
or of baby, 95. There are many other benefits not
allowed by other organizations.
Membership is open to both ser.es. including
boys and girls over 15 years old. No discrimina
tion as to nationality, color, politics or religion.
Over 00.000 men and women have al
ready joined our ranks, having found this the
grandest and most uplifting Beneficial Protective
institution in existence. We invite you to join.
Send 10c for copy of official paper, the "I-L-U Home
Journal," circular matter and full particulars.
If yon Join promptly, we will sive ron
authority to represent ns In your local
ity. You can devote your spare hours to securing
members, for which we will pay you liberal/. We
alto need a few Traveling Representatives who can
give their entire time to this work; good pay, in
clud .IT traveling expenses. Write ttoncel
Tho I-L-U Brand Lodge
IM.- l-L-u Btdth,Onyton, Ohio.
DEAR 8ma:-1 hiwo used only one bottle of
your pomade arri uow 1 would not be without lt.
for it makes my ?mir mott and atralglit and
easy to comb mid ni* sturts u new growth.
MJte.W. F. WALK KU. Sta. 1-Harriman. Tenn.
(Formerly knowm as Ozonized Ox Marrow)
Fifty years of success hus proved its merits.
The use of Pord'c Hair l?omadi!makes stub
born, harsh, kinky or curly-hair straight,
- of t, and glossy und easy to comb, and arrange
lo nay style deshed ooti?istsat plUi its length.
Removes and prevents dandruff.'tavlgorates
the scalp, stops tho hair from falito? out or
breaking off and gives it new life and vigor.
Absolutely harmless- used with splendid re
sults even on the youngest children.
Delicately perfumed, its uso ls a pleasure, as
ladies of refinement everywhere declare.
Ford's Hair Pomade has imitators. Don't
buy anything else alleged to bo "Just as good."
If yon want the bf st resins, buy the best
Pomade-lt will pay ou. Look for this name
W .on every package.
If your drugiit?t aannot supply you with tn?
genuine, wo will send yon
One bottle regular aise for . . - $ .SO
Three bottles " " ... 1.40
Six " " . . . 2.SO
One bottle, smaU " ... .26
Wepay pottage and express charges to nil points
in U.S.A. When ordering send Portal ur Exprnxt
Honey Ordor. AU ordors skipped promptly on
?cotpt of prise. Address
lie Ozonized Ox Marrow Co.v
163 East Klnslo.St. - Ck|as?o, ill.
FORD'S HUB FOMAUK ls modo only in
cogo by tho a bo* B firm. m
Aflate Wanted Everywhere.
EeSisto Shaving Parlor
. The Gniy Up-to-Uauvi.'oioriiil
&haviu(? lJarlor in the City
donn Towel For Each Customer
- Your Patronage Solicited
Polite Attention .
R. H BROWN, Prop.
No ia Church Street,
ORANGEB?RG, S. C.
. If you ?re not, It il a sl^n of
disease, a sign of gome bidden
female trouble, that May bc under
mining and weakening your con?
ttitutlon, and laying ap for yu
much future suffering.
Many thousands of weak, ir
regular, suffering women have, in
the pant 50 years, been greatly
benefited or cured by the UM of
that well-known, successful, purely
vegetable, female tonic and cara*
Apple G. Barnes, of Alto, Tex.,
writes: "I caught cold, which
made me irregular and gave me
pains In my shoulders and sides.
For almost 2 weeks I could not
lift a choir. Cardul brought mc
all right again; I have no more
pains and am in very good
At All Druggists
WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE,
stating age and describing syrnp
torna, to Ladies Advisory Dept.,
The Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
Chattanooga, Tenn. E 34
"The Old Reliable'
116-120 W. Russell St.,
Orangeburg, S. <
? and Brackets
Grist Mill runs every week
day. Your patronage solicited
W. F. Robinson.
I Attention Buyers I i
Looking l'or Tho liest Croctrii's ?it ll to Right IViws
IT so, C;?ll tit
vj Where You Will h'iiul Ju>t, Ute Kind of Cm^'s sin?!
.t> l'rires You Seek. Everything in the <_?roe< r.y Linc ;il
^ Also Carry A Kuli Une O? Dry Gonds, Eic.
? L. G.-FUNDERBURK
5f . Oh'ANCEIil'lii;, s. c.
^ i -
want FACTS and FIGURES."
Remember, the question is: Not
only HOW MUCH, but HOW FAR.
The measure of paint value is -not the
price per gallon, but its covering capacity.
HIGH STANDARD LIQUID PAINT is cheaper?!
than other paints because it COVERS MORE
(One gallon covers 400 ft., two coats-under
favorable conditions, even more than this).
IT WORKS MORE EASILY, IT LASTS
LONGER, IT WEARS BETTER,
and therefore IT IS MORE
FOR COLOR CARDS AHO BOOKLETS
38 W. Russell St. Pone
Orangeburg, S. C.
TO GET STYLE BUY
HIGH ART CLOTHING.
The latest dictates of Fashion
have been followed in de
signing High Art Clothing, while
the most experienced cutters and
tailors have put individuality in to
THE hand of the cunning craftsman is
apparent in the Grace of lins, the ch ar ac! er
and Freshness of Style, and the attractive
? HIGH ART CLOTHING Ins Ihc dis- j>
> tinction to command admiration from a1! <
? who see j'ou-that's why you should loi k ^
> for the H'IGH ART label in your Sprii g <
? Suit. 1 ' ?
MAXIMUM QT VAUT Y AND MINIMI M. PRICE GO
HAND IN Ii kND JIL'KF.
PRIGS $15.03 and UP.
The Brimson Clothing Co.
E. R. PAULING Mg'r.
Na. 6 West Russell St.
PH mr 93