THE. PEOPLE'S RECORDER i (s
A Journal* Of Nows And Opinion.
Pnolishod livery Saturday From Our
* 0*n Buildinff at Orangeburg, S. C*
? AovANOR-Onc Year, ll .Mi Six Months
85 cent? Three Months. 50 eents. in advunce
City Subscription l?eeEispermoyth.payabie
at end or Month.
THE KEOOltDICU will puUlsh liner and ra
Monal communications on subj eels ol lien
eral interest whim tliey ureoeeompunu-u
fey the mimes and uddressesol me authors,
and are nut of a defamatory nature, anu
when imUtcient cash ls sent lo pay Tor
set-up"-no eliarue for si>U?e. Annony.
mous communications will nut be noll ccu,
we do not return rejected ir unuscr?piii
uuless stamiis are sent, for sam??. Notices
' 01 muit;iaKes. births, deaths, lost, foimu,
.ste.. ?,odn>s ea-.:h Insertion of et?ht lines
MaKO*5 jill; postal and express money orders
i;ayaole;?o . ? ?
C! l<\ HOLMES Editor andPublLslicr.
urauKcburir. S- c.
DR. E. D. WHITE, - Stato Agent,
R. E. RICHARDSON, Business Manager,
S ATURDAY^ SEPTEMBE R 1.1
AL.L, aboard for Columbus, O.
to attend the National . Baptist
Convention. Are you going? t?
IT should be entirely out of
order for any citizen, white or
colored to knock Orangeburg.
JN pulling, let us pull alto
gether to make this one of the
best places on earth for both
white and colored-the industri
ous and progressive classes.
THE North Pole discovered by
Dr. Cook ten days ago and then
comes the news that eight or ten
days later.the same North Pole
was discovered by commander,
Peary. Who next?
IT always pays to aevertise. It
will pay better if the advertise
ment is where it can be seen by
all the people, in white papers
.'_wJute people and Negro pa^
pers^for Negro people. Every
merchant -in Orangeb?rg who
wishes colored patronage should
put a'card in this papet_and let
our people know that their trade
is wanted and will be appreciat
ed. Try it and watch results..
THE more than one column ac
count of the North Carolina Mu
tual meeting at Colombia some
little time ago, to be found in
this "issue of the Recorder speaks
for itself. The N. C. Mutuals
are a great concern, they 'do not
do things by halves, We com
mend this great institution to
our people everywhere. The
men at the head ol it are among
the business giants o? the Negro
MORKIS COLL?GE Notes and
the large two column advertise-'
ment of the college, both to" be
seen in this issue of the Record
er wilkbe refreshing information
to the thousands of< friends to
this institution over the State.
The college opens this year on
Sept. ti?th. The President states
that the prospect for a large at
tendance, is assured'. Sixteen
instructors in the facility, men
and women all of Whom are grad
uates from prominent/colleges ol
the country. Many useful
industries are to be taught
this year which, in our opinion,
is a step in the right direction.
Let the friends to Negro educa
tion rally to the support of Mor
ris College and to every other
institution of learning for the
PORjaaore than sixteen years
this paper has made its weekly
visits to thousands of South Car
olinians, some have showed theil
appreciation for it by paying al
ways in advance, and regularly,
while others equally as able owe
us from year to yeai'. Thanks
to Heaven ! we are beg|nniTig to
know our friends as the days
and years go and come; thanks !
also because we are- getting to
And We Arfe Glad to See lt.
Boots, Shoes, Trucks,, Dress
Good Homespuns,:checks a
Outing, the best ever offert
Good Bleaching-at . .
Table Linens at
A Pretty, line of colored, R<
10-4 Bleached and Ujibl'ej
100 pieces of good Percal,
Good Spool Cotton," guaran
A Good Sea Island Homes]
Baby's Shoes from 25 cents
Boys' u " $1.00 to
I could go on and ment
I ask ONE ant} ALL. just ii
?ud be Convinced.
19 W. Russell Stre31
t.he place ; where we ; are not
obliged to . credit subscribers
who promise but never pay,
are going to; "hue to the urie"
this fall and winter in sending
the People's Recorder to ouly
those who can trust us ^by pay
ing for the . paper in advance.
Others who promise and ne.ver
pay can get their reading matter
elsewhere. We are at our books
now and as soon as accounts are
fully mado up they will, be sent
The Coming City Election.
Every citizen of Orangeburg
who wishes to see the municipal
ity go forward and not backward
is ?xpeoted to take, an interest
tri the election of Mayor and Al
dermen next Tuesday.
With the spirit pf prpgres?^d;|
advancement to be; seen ;in al:
most every haml?fr in South
Carolina it would be a pity ifjthis
proud city should take any back*
ward steps. ' '
There are. two. good ?pen
named for Mayor ?,nd several j
safe men,. as lawmakers named j ^
as fit for Aldermen.., We can on
ly hope that economical business
men will be chosen, to preside
3ver the destinies of the city.
Pick out the best and safest men
who are interested in the tru?
welfare of the city and vote for
ihem without bartering off your
/ote, is the advice we give our
Voorhees Industrial School at
Jenrrark, S. C., will throw open
ts doors for students on Oct 4th.
benedict College, Columbia, will
)pen this year on Sept. 29th.
Schofield Normal and Industria1
School, Aiken, begins its this
rear's session on Oct 5th.. k Mor
is College, Sumter*!"-opens ^for
ts second year on Sept 29th.
Vre you ready? Lf not, get
ead y and have your sons and
laughters enter on time. ? *
Morris ; College Notes,
1st, All old student^ and those
ntending to enter for the first
i me are notified that the coming
ession will begin On. Wje?nes-'
lay, Sept. 29th. Glasses will be
mmediately . formed and work
icgun without delay.
2nd, We have a strong faculty
if sixteen instructors, who; are
; radi ates of eleven different
ol leges. .
3rd, Attention is directed to
he following new departments
nd courses : of instruction:
)ressmakirig, Millinery Work:,'
Jookiug, Shorthand and Typ?.
/riting and1 Agriculture. . The
School, of%. Music fias' been
trength?ned, and much atten-.-;
ion will be giv'en ta Voice Cul
12 y2 Cts. COTT?
I Have Something That Looks ?
The Largest and Cheapest , Lot
Suit Cases, Hats and Caps Ever"'
SOME OF THE BARGAINS WE Of?TER
nd yellow;; at.. -
id for the money, at. - i , J
20c, 25c, 30c, 35c,
ipts, just the thing for Early Fal
ich?d Sheeting at - . 2Qc
30 inches wide, at ; - ; .*
iteed to sew on ?py Machine, at
pun at' - ,, V ? : . .
to 81.50 a pair.; Ladies', Shoes fi
$3.00,: , . Men's
,id? Goods and Prices that would.
3 CALL and SEE thel in merise SI
YOURS FOR HONEST AND SQUA
EO. V. ZEIC
? \ \\V k .'..'...'.: iii OHA
4th,' Ail students! are r?qi1 i red
bb piing their own; sheets/ rjillow
sases,i comforts .pi?'blknk?uS.;.to,w-i
(?,1a ??.lid ta ble-napkins,- .. ., .
5th; All ' young women "will
wear a uniform suit both on Sun
days and, in, the classroom.
These dresses will be neat and
pretty but not expensive. As
all these uniforms will be ""made
it the College, parents are urg
ed not to prepare dresses for
their daughters before sending
6th, The great increase in the
humber of students Calls for ad
??tlorial expenditure for bed
room furniture and dining room
md kitchen radiances. Now is
the time to send in at?y' an4. tM}
moneys for the College.
7th, As there will be a,verj
large attendance, all students
ire notified tb^cojm^ ^
; ' President.
-- - u f -r ' -'
("iv. . i 'v.-...-v;j .? -,
Jaiored ^tate Fair To' Meet lt Eates
\| Jrnrg, s. C;
The next Colored State Fail
s-ill occur. at Batesburg, S. C.,
November- eighth to twelfth,
ii ne teen hundred and nine.
WHAT THE COLORED STATE
. FAIR HAS DONE FOR
'.-'... THE PEOPLE,
1st-It has given the best ex
dbition of the thrift and pro
gress among the Negroes ever
bown in South Carolina.
2nd-It has afforded them the
lest opportunity : to meet their
Wends and acquaintances from
II parts of the/State.
3rd-It has convinced all the
eople that the Colored people
an get together from. all parts
f the State and have a -good
ime without fights "and fusses.
4th-It bas demonstrated )the
ict that Colored men are c?pa
le of conductiong,' a great jEn
31'prise... i ii ;< ?j :. :, . ... .
5th-It has lifted- the colored
eople in' the estimatioin of them-,
elves and the white; people; of
Get ready, prepare'y our exhi
its; arid attend the Colored
tate Fair at Batesburg, S. G.,
iovember 8th to 12th, ?909. '
portant Notice Tb Thc Col
ored Teachers Of Or
All teachers who attended the
ummer Institute from August
;h, to Angst 20th, arid hold first
r second grade certificates, can
et them renewed by applying
> the Supt. of - Education with
i endorsement from rae. . .
N, C. Nix, president of Color
I - Teachers' Association ? of
, of $rj-Goods, Clothirfg,
Md ? Oran?burg, S C,
.S / .
::- :af?. -, .
. igK 5c. per yard.
. -.?g. 5c.
t40ciV'and 50c. "
?Dresses, at 15c "?
? 25o,' 30c, 35c "
2c. per spools
' *-J|l 5c. per yaad.
I cents to $1.00 per pair,
om $1 00 to $5.00. .
I* ! , $1.25 to $6,00 ii " ...
take-up the whole paper,
ocklthat I am Showing
IE ?BALINGS, ) '
NGEBURG, 8. C.
ti Only the other ,day the papers |
told the stbryxof a man who trav*1
?le??jall the way- from Indiat?ai
to Massachusetts to trace. and I
buy back an old family horse
that he had sold a few months
before. Ever since the horse
had been gone, the man's wife
had grieved. Her condition had
finally become such that her
husband gladly paid ? larger
price than he.had received, and
cheerfully bore the cost of an
expensive trip besides, to get
the horse back.
. In the same week New Eng.
land newspapers recorded the
tragic -death of an old man who
was Hviofir. comfortably with a
rrjarried datight?r.in a town near
Boston. The cause ascribed was
?JWlnaf^r th^iarj^; wherfe
hadf spent most of his days, ,
ajbdj ^bicti he1 had left for ? pre- j
s ,u in ably easier existence. ' J ' " . '
j There*also appeared, lately, in
on?'o? the maga^nes. a descrip
tion; of ^he p?th?tic'j l?st act
which mark s tri?' 2.*al abandon-,
merit of i an old farm-the auction
by Which the homely household
utensils that have.'bOr'ne so inti
mate a relation to the home are
distributed among ueighbors to
whom tjiey have no special sig
nificance.. ; . V
Similar things are constantly
occurring.. To any on? with in
sight, they disclose the depth of
sentiment which lies hidden even
In the most unemotional of lives.
For young people, especially,
they are full of significances.
Nothing is more natural than
that a son should say: "Father
is getting too old to live alone
any longer, liie land is all run
3ut, anyway. We might as well
sell tne old place and bring him
lo vj', here with us, where he
can be more comfortable."
It is the beginning of tragedy,
folland is ever so run out that it
loes not produce a harvest of
ii?mories more'precious than the
3est crop of corn it ever raised.
ion can make the old man corn
iorjbable, but-^yon can ? rarely
nake him happy.
The roots of an bid tree go
le?p, ^nd the real susteiiahce
,h?y draw comes not through
mch obvious tap-roots as food
ind shelter and clothing; but
jy little threadlike fibers hidden
rom sight, twined about; every
(tone and penetra tipg every
rtoud. It is ill transplanting
;uch a :t'r?e.-Youth's Compan
on,:: . .- -. ? . i....
A Friend To
Teachers, Ministers and
Studen^b?i Orders Sent.
Anywhere. ' x
i LE?plN& TAILOR,
i2iSTaVyior street, columbi?, 's. o, f
' - &T - 'Phone, 819, - "?8
The Fall Session of the Gener
al Sessions convened on Monday
morning, with Judge Earnest
Gary presiding. Solicitor P. T.
Hilderbrand and Court Stenogra
pher C. H. Glaze were at their ; j
respective posts and .the jury-j j
men were in their places,
Monday was Labor Day and a j
legal holiday and so the court; ?
didn't do much on, that day. The 1
grand jury, however, did not fail
to remain at; work, passing on
several bills handed o?t to them
by the .solicitor, so as the
court would lose no time in get
ting to work Tuesday morning.
The cases takeli up and tried
Tuesday were as follows:
J.-F. Graydon, housebreaking
and larceny, guilty, six months
on the public works of Orange
burg county. The case agaisnt
Dr: W. H. Brown, (white) who
wa3 charged with storing liquor 1
ir^-. violation of ,the j law, was j
found guilty and sentenced to
serve three months in jail or pay
a fine of $100. There are two
more cases pending against
Brown for violating the dispen
I sary laws.
Hattie Neal was next tried for
grand larceny, she pleadejd guil
ty and begged the court's mercy
and was sentenced to twcjl years
in the State penitentiary. Rosa
.Cobb; was acquitted of the charge
of assault and.battery, with, intent
to kill on her cousin, Jane Cobb.
John Morton and Eugene Smith
two small boys,. pleaded guilty
to hous?breaklng and larceny,
on seperate counts, and were
gi ve u four and five months re
spectively, on the Qhalngang.
i - -i - -fin nm -
Alfred Middleton, assult and
cattery with intent to kill, five
rears on the chaingang. Annie
Jones, violating dispensary law,
.bree months in jail or pay $100.
humbert Jeams, violating dis
pensary law, sentenced three
nonths or $100
Tho next case was that of
Muller ; Fnrtick and Solomon
Hipps. indicted for violation of
the dispensary law. The jury
found a verdict of not guilty aa
to Furtick and guilty as to Solo
mon Hippis* and a sentence of
four months or a fine of $150.
-, WANTED-Second hand bags
and,burlap: any kind; any quantity,
anywhere. RICHMOND BAG COM
PANY, Richmond, Va.
j; ; ' " .'. :"v
Now is the time tohav?your
Fall and Winter Suits and
Overcoats made to order.
We carry the LATEST Styles
and most-choice selection of
Samples that can be had in
the ^United States. ,
Reasonable Prices have
been arranged to suit each
one; accDrding to his selec
tion.. "FIT" Guaranteed.,-.
We solicit your patronage,
one and ALL.
'Phono 330. 9 3. Church St.
Orangeburg, S. C.
T:E?WKP M^CKNIGrlT BKAWLEY, A. M., D. D.,
? .... Pr?sident.
. flo t ^ :
, ' SESSION1 OF 1909-1910.
Fall Term will begin on Wednesday, Sopt. 29. Students,
old aud new, are urged to be on/hand ut the opening.
DEPARTMKNTS AND cooitsKS OF STUDY.
The Divinity School, Academy, Gruniraur Sshool,
School of Music Commercial School and School of Do
mestic Science will be operated.
, Among the new features will be Dressmaking, Millinery
Woi'k, Cooking Shorthand'and Typewriting and Agricul:
ture. Special attention will be given to the courses
leading to Teaching, Business and Industrial Arts.
Young ladies will wear a uniform suit in the class room
and on Sundays. This rule is in the interest of good
taste and economy, and will be strictly enforced. Parents
are requested not to prepare dresses for their daughters
before ?ending them to school. The uniforms will be made
at the College, and will cost less than similar clothing
bought and made at borne. . >
EXPENSES FOR BOARDING STUDENTS.
. 'Board, per month...$6 00
Room rent, heat and light. 1,00
Young women can dd>-their own laundry work, and save
75 emits; but they must provide their own soap and starch.'
A discount of ten pep cent will be made for cash pay
ment for four months in advance . and to ministers' chil
dren, Special changes'.for. instruction in Shorthand and
Typewriting will be two dollars a month.
EXPENSES FOR DAV STUDENTS.
.:: 1,1 i
Tuition in the Academy;............$1-50
Tuition in the Grammar School 1.00
/ Music.-^Instruction on the plar.o'or organ will cost $2
foi* eight lessons. r ..: ? : [
?' THE: GRAMMAR SCHOOL. '."
... The five upper grades will be maintained.. < In th!*? do?
partment the student will cotnpjet^ Arithmetic, Grammar^
Geography and United States History. 1 . . .? ?
' ' GENERAL INFORMATION.
Rooms are furnished with bureau and. looking glass,
iron bedstead, mattress, spring, pillows, bowl and pitcher,
t. ?. wi chairs and rues. Each student must provide two
sheets, two pillow : slips,, comforts or blankets and two
table napkins. Each young lady should provide herself
with two dark wash dresses, dark aprons, substantial
shoes, a waterproof umbrella and rubbers. Every article
should be distinctly marked with the owner's name.
, NOTE CAREFULLY.
ijgT A College-Month is four Weeks AU bills ave payable
fgmi In Advance.
For further information . address the President,
Box 328, Sumter, S. C% .
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