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The people's recorder. (Columbia, S.C.) 1893-1925, September 11, 1909, Image 12

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WANTED-A young i?anj or'
boy from 14 to 18 years o?d, who
can read and write, to learn the
printer's trade. ?? good place
for trie right kind of boy.' % A'ny
bright boy can be/of service in
a v&fiort' tfcme.(\ Cjpjll on R. E.
Richardson, >Fqrem?n? People's
Recorder, Or ange burg, S.C.
Prof Pre?l?au of Sumter' was
a welcome visitor toour -.-city-j
thia .week^^;-;,;^1'-''''-'*'' "j.:,i?.,r;''
^ReVi/'p.' J. Ancrum of '.N??ses
was am?ug ?rangeburg's visitors
this week.;1 y- - .-; > .'
The ; "Lovely, ; ? Hjill V Sunday
School Convention; meets near
St. George next friday. > . 'i
Are you ?ping tb the National
Baptist Cou vent ion? 'If so. be ip J
Columbia by one b'clpck -iiext [
Monday. .'
Mr. P. L. Green of Elloree
was* herevon business this w?eek.r
He ?all?d>and 'got ?a'job pf Sprint-;.',
lng we did for him.. , . '.' ' ,?
; Mt? Mi Furtick.of ^orth wa>
among the court attendants ..thi:
week. He called to '.?ee.:; bs 'l
Brr? Furti?k was entirely Vvlndi
ca ted and let loose by ItheV court.1
Get readv to nay your sub
seriptjiou to this : paper and U
renew for the; future. -Bills* wiri
be sent out soon, ' " ' ' .
; Courtis in session here thi:-'
Week and criminals are bein^ .
given'their just deserts.. Wt
hope no'innocent man will bt
convicted and that none who ar?
guilty Will escape; ' ' ;
! The city . election .comes. on"
. iiext Tuesday.' We' ti^uly hop^
that Oran ge burg will put thc
best men oh guard to pr?tect ano
care fojf the people s interests. 1
: -Cai?d's are out announcing thi
couping marriage of Rev. J. S.
Maddox,of Donalds, S. C. te
Miss Ella Lee ' Smith, Honea
Path. Sept. 22, at. Liberty Bap
tist church Honea Path, S, C.
: ' "tyrs.^H, B. Thomas returned
Thursday evening.of l?st week;
from a'p?ea??nt'two weeks sta*ji
in*Asheville, N. G.
piaf lin, University will j open
for the school year S|ept, 26.
The State College opens On Oct,
6th' and the graded school sonit
?time daring October. GetreadjN
?for books. . |
' We thank k?r. Thomas' Jack
1 son bf Colu ra bia : for 1 a ? job ol
printing done fbr him^sprae days
?go. We can db the work if thi
folks will only try us.
; tyra. Jacob Moorer, the cuitur
ed wife of Esq Moorer, has re
tirned 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.
i . Mrs.JR. C. Wilhams w?nt to]
St. Matthews this week to visit
her very, sick father Mr. W. J.
Robinson. He is quite ill indeed.
Mrs. Maggie L. Watson ol
Spartanburg is visiting friends
at W?nnsboro, S. C. Mays her
stay be pleasant is the wish oi |
friends.
Our Oolumbia correspondent
" Mr. J, H7 Garner, has gone
North for a much needed rest, j
Mr.-Garner is a hard .working
man. May his stay be b?th
\ pl^?tvnt an? profitable.
The Noith Enoree Sunday
School Convention will meet
with the Zion ijill church, Inman.
S. C. on Friday of next we?k
aijd rub to Sunday Sept. 19th.
! Db you want to buy a lot for
a home or a farm on which tc
inftke a living? If so see Ed i toi
ftolmes, he maybe abie to. help
/you..
VT
i Mr.'Northorp Handy the up-to
4<|?^t?ilor;?f Sumter? S.' C. is
ld3i?g;a big business in his Ure
of work. Mr. Handy is courteous
and polished in manners, hence
a^he is a "workman" he is bound
to succeed.
* ?.. ?-. ' . -. .
BREVITIES
! Qui ^r??diirsVlWr?' arid ' else
^here(are. cordially invited to
tfa'?etb?se who ask their
rJatrqnage., tlirpugK ? tb'is imper.
T^hey wUlgive, you value roceiv
ejdVfor the o?n?^ yon spend and
? We are J informed I that Rev.
E: ?, Bobo pr'ea(cji6d, at i?t.
thew, church near Lakesland,
S C. ; on- Sunday Sept. 5th.
They say U. w#s,lb powerful'. ser-,
mon. Misses Louisa and .Carrie
Wood word and *iMiss Louisa
A^anis,. 'w't??^'. gu<??st'Rev., Bobp
was. attended services at . St.
^atbhew on'this day, -.. 1 .
WANTEp.-?.compet?n fc m?h in
?raingeburg county * to act as
agent for. ' th? colored, fair' and
get exhibits for same, i Apply to
Editor' 'C. P. Holmes, Orange
burg, "S\ C J or Rev. R: Carroll.
Columbia. S. C.
The Road ToSucce?a
has many ob'sti uctibns,,but none
is, desperate- as: poor health.
Success to-day demands' health'.'
opt ?lectric, Bitters is the great-!
ist health builder the; world . has
3 ver known. It compels perfect
ictiori of 'the sto tn ach, liver; Irid'
veys, bowels-, purities and i en.:
?.iches che blood;"and- tones and
n.yigorates .the whole system.
\Tigorous body and keen brain
tOllow their use. You can't af
ford to slight Electric Bitters it
veak, runrdown ,or sickly. Only
VOc, Guaranteed by J. G. Wan
rianpiaker Mfg. Co.
Jjof Rates To The Natiuoal
; Baptist Convention.
: Return tickets to. Columbus
Ohio .will be oh sale Sept.
[2-13 and 14th limited to Sep? 23
1909 account of the National
Baptist Convention..
Rates from principal pointe as
follows:
Augusta, Ga. - $22.50 ,
!- Abbeviille - $20,55 ?
Aileen1 \ - . 22.80: .
' .Muendale \ 23 10
Bamberg - - .22.80
Barnwell - -22:65 :
Batesburg . - 22.35
Camden - -v 21.30
. Charleston . - ' ' - 25 20
2 Chester ?". -, . : 20.25
. Columbia ' 2?.30
! 'Denmark - - 22.65^,
Orangeburg - 2:2.(55
Sp?rtanburg - 18.00 -.
" Greenville . - 19 50
Rock Hill . - 20 55.
Sumter - . 22.05
J. C. I^USK.
CAL.L ON
L, E. RILEY
And r
See
The
Largest
Assortment
pf Vehickles of Every Description
Ever Brought to Orangeburg,
Which you can'buy CHEAP
tor The CASH.
L. H. JOSEPH,
REAL ESTATE,
. : '-.i I1:/;: ii: ?< : :'??'.?.[ : \\ ?j"!i
INSURANCE,
RENTING,
1 235 MAIN STREET,
. 'Phone 444.'
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
Wm. Lfowman A. M., M. D.
Lin, C. Shecut M. D B. T
LOWM?N- & SHECUT
Physicians & Surgeons
-SCOVILLE BLOCK-ORANGEBURG. S,
?lty and Conntrv calla nromntl>
attended.' . ti
4 The ?Hme Of Idleness.'
i ; Idleness means' trou,ble for ai)y
Jone, tts the ?aine with a lazy
livrer* It causes . consti patios
headache, jaundice,:sallow . com
plexion, : pimples., and-blotches,
loss of: appetite, nausea,' but Dr.
King's ?ew.I?ife Pills soon bank
ish liyer troubles and build up
your health. -*?c. at J. G.. Wan
nainaker Mfg. Go. ....... ; .
For
<',' .?.!..'( ri-.;-.-' :;,! I'i-.-v:^.
; Fire Insurance
1 ' - Call On -
STILES ?. MELLICHAMP,
Orangeburg, S. C. . 1
Birnie s Drug
Store
-o
A. full line of Drugs, ChemicalF,
Patent Medicines, Toilet Ai jj
tides, Cigars and Candies. , ..
j GIVE US A CALL.
'We have recently installed a
lew Soda Water Fount, and are
fully prepared to serve the best
Soda W,ater and Ice Cream.
j. Birnie's Drug Store
S W. Liberty St.
1 "SUMTER, S. C. i
BALLARD &
SEAWRIGHT,
whoolwrighting,
Blacksmithing,
Horseshoeing,
Painting
Wo build new vehicles to order
Our motto is "satisfaction. Your pat?
, ronage is solicited
No. 4 Amelia, St.
> vj Orangeburg, S. C.
For Colored
P . .-rrr^ :
Thia U eas of ?M 'oh*
facta of thU great Benefiv
dal and Vra tect ira orgau- "
tatton. Tho I-L-U Grand Lodes ali,
the condition, io s financial war, asshUaamoraihr
and Indnstriallr.of every member, car-,red as wau
as while. Blaker Wases, Shorter Hoars.
Kauai Opportunities, Sol* Betterment
Md Protection g cn crally, are amone th e things
for which our tnembersl work. It is an Interna*
tiona! Chartered Co-operative Society in every tenta
of the tenn. No matter where you Kve, or what
your occupation, be yon married or ai nile, employ
er or employee, lt will ba greatly to your advan
tage, to join the LL-U Grand Lodge. M em be ra
aid their unemployed brothers and s?t era to secure
work, help them when sick or disabled, and where
death occur? in the family. - '
Big Gash Benefits
At death of member. 1100 cash la paid to benefl
dary. ? At death of wife, or other beneficia ry, mem
ber secure? ?25. At death of member's child, 110,
or of baby, IA. There ara many other benefit* oat
allowed by other organizations. ,
Membership is open to both sexes, including
boys and girls over IA years old. No discrimina
tion as to nationality, color, politics or religion.
Over ' OOO men and women baye al
_. jopy of official paper.
Journal," circular matter and full particular*.
If yon Join promptly, we will give yon
authority to represent us In your local
tito ne_ _
give their entire time to this work; good pay, In
cluding tmvellng expenses. Write at once I
Tho l-L-U Grand Lodge
l-L-U Bl do-, amyton, OM?,
Straighten
Your Hair
DKAB SIOS-.-I h vi? used only one tonio of
your pomade and now 1 would not be without it,
tor it makes my hut r soft and a tr ??B in and
easy to comb and al? starts a new growth.
Mas. W. K. WALKXU, Sta. 1-H arriman. Tona.
Ford's Hair
. Pomade
(Formerly Wooten aa Ozonised Os Marrow)
Pitty yearn ol success ha? proved its merits.
The ase of Ford'c Hair Pomade makes stub?
bora, harsh. kinVt? or ourly-bair straight,
soft and ?IQ ss y and. easy to comb, and arrange
lo any ?tyla desired consistent with its length..
jtemov08 sad prevents dsndruff.dnvlgorates
?ne ?caip, a to pa the hair from falling out or
reakh^ ofl and gty es it new life and vigor.
?alta even on the youngest children.
Delicately perfumed. Its use is a pleasure. SS
ladies of refinement everywhere declare, i
Ford's Hair Pomade bas imitators. Don't
boy any thing else alleged to bo "just as good."
It yoa wast the best resu.u, buy the best
Pomade-it y|U pay ou. Look for this name
_ W en every paekage. . ?
If your drogglat cannot anpply yon with tbs
genuine, we will send yon
Ou? bottle regular ??te for . . $.80
Three, bonis. ^? - - - 1.40
Six " ? " ... 2.E0
Dae bottle, small- " . - .- . .ZS
Wenay postase and express charge? to all points
In U.S.A. when ordering send Postal or BsproRS
Honey Order. Alt orders skipped promptly on
receipt of prise.. Address tr
The^Ozoaized Ox Marrdw Co
E?isto Shaving Parlor
. > .?L'he.'Gniy >, .Up-tO'duto'Colored
ph?Vlpt parlor in the City
, Clean Towel For Each Customer
' -Your Pul? ointge Soliciten" >
. Polite Attention ,
R. H BROWN, Prop.
'ft? ia
Mtt, h
Church Street,
ORANGEB?RG, S*. C.
IAre You
I Regular ?
\,t. Il you are oct, It ls ? sl&n ol
disease, a sign ol some bidden
t?male trouble, tbat may be under
mining sad weakening your con- H
salution, and laying np for yu H
mach la ture suffering. Bj
IMany thousands of weak, if- Bj
regular, suffering women bave. In Kl
tba past 59 years, been greatly Bj!
benefited or cored by the usa ol H
Im well-known, snccesslul, purely K
yegetable, female tonic and cora- B*
tire remedy K
WOMAN'S RELIEF
Apple 0. Barnes, ol 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 chair. Card ul brought me
all right again; I have no more
tains and am In very good
saith"
At All Druggists
WRITE FOR FREE ADV'CE,
stating* age and describing symp
tom 8, to Ladies Advisory Dept.,
The Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
i Chattanooga, Tenn. E 34
"The Old Reliable"
116-120 W. Russell St.,
Orangeburg, 8. <
Turning
' Grist Mill runs every week
- . '? *' ' ?-. " V '.. . ' ? ?';'"'
day. Your patronage solicited
W. F. Robinson.
I Attention Bnyersl?
S" ' ARE YOU I
?JS'" Looking"for Tho liest Groceries at Hie Kight Prices? %C
w ii so, cuii at ia
$ MY STORE ?
v^ Where You Will Kind Just the Kind of Goods and JjJ
l\ Prices You Seek. Everything in the Grocery Line :it
^ MY STORE
j?\ Also Carry A Full Line Of Dry-Goods, Eic.
? L. C.-FUNDERBURK g
^ OR?NGEI10KG; S. C. ?
7* - ri?
nae
you
want FACTS and FIGURES.*
Remember, the question is: Not
only HOW MUCH, but HOW FAR.
The measure of paint value is not the
orice'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,
therefore IT IS MORE
ECONOMICAL
and
FOR COLOR CARDS-AND BOOKLETS
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
every line,
THE hand of the cunning craftsman is
apparent in the Grace of lins, the character
and Freshness of Style, and the attractive
individuality, j
WYYYVYWYYVVV'VYW
C HIGH ART CLOTHING has the dis- ^
> Unction to command admiration from a1! 5
> who see ^rou-that's why you should lot k <
>' for the HjiGH AFT label in your Sprir ? 5
2 Suit. 7 ' <
MAXIMUM QU ALITY AND MINIMUM PRICE GO
HAND IN ll AND HERI?.
PRIGS $15.00 and UP.
Branson Clothing Co.
E, R. PAULING $tg|
H 3 6 West Russes I St,
PH3MF 93

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