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A good house may be spoil
here and get the right kind o
Glass also needs attention,
glass to merchants, factories,
For your doors-closing th?
Blount Door Check. Let us
Yes, we have a good many
pleting your home. We sell
many good makes.
Come to us for what you w
L?rick & Lo
Phones 78,
1525-27 Main St
FROST PROOF C
GUARANTEED TO &
FROM THE ORIGINAL CA
Ol wp (topra.
TRADEMARK
Established 186S. Paid In
Wc grew tho first FROST PROOF PLANT!
fled customers. Wc have prnwn and ?"M inure ?
Kt?(r? roniMni-d. iv 11Y I llec:>uae our plants must
It ls time to set these plants In vourscct'on to v
sell for thc most rooney. WE SOW THREE Tl
Earn Your Plants for a Slight S
Postase Paid 30 cents per 100 plants. By wexprei
?pedal rato ls vory low, 500 for ft.00; 1,000 to
thousand; 10,000 and over f 1.00 pr" thousand.
WM. C. GERATY, CO., Bo:
COLUMBIA, NEWBERRY
& LAURENS R. R.
Schedule in effect October
Subject to change without
Schedules Indicated are not
teed:
A. C. L>. 52
IJV. Charleston .. .. 6:10ain
L.v. Sumter.9:41am
C.. N. ?- U
Uv. Columbia.11:1 Gain
I*V. Prosperity .. ..12:42pm
L.v. Newberry .. ,.12:66ptn
L.V. Clinton.1:50pm
L.V. Laurens.2:35pm
C. & W. C.
Ar. Greenville .. .. 4:00pm
Ar. Spartanburg -. . 4:05pm
S A. I*
Ar. Abbeville.S:65pm
Ar. Greenwood .. .. 8:27pm
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6. 1910.
notice,
guaran
53.
10:00pm
G:20pm
4:65pm
3:34 pr.
3:20pm
2:35pm
2:12pm
12:20pm
12:20pm
1:02pm
1:33pm
10:30am
PtOOarn
rs.
FT: :5am
9:6uam
9:32am
8:44am
8:20am
Ar. Athens.6:05pm
Ar. Allanta.8:46pm
A. C. U 64
r :.'.;>"'. ?a .-. ?:00pm
f'jcuTlty . . 6:26pra
: . berry .6:44 pm
i'njton.7:35pm
I .'in runs.7:66pm
C. & W. C.
Greenville .. 9:30pm 7:00am
S. A. I.
Abbeville.2:66am S:08am
Athens.6:04am 11:69pm
Atilinta.7:15am 9:66pm
N'os. 52 and 63 arrive and depart
??-?.m I'nlon Station, Columbia, daily,
:.M?1 nm through between Charleston
?i'ul Greenville.
Vos 64 and 66 arrive and depart
...?rvn.lK street. Columbia, dally, ex
..I t fmndny. and run through between
' '.?Iii? and Greenville.
I*.?r information ask agent or write
W. J. CR A tO. P. T. M..
Wilmington, N. G
JOB WORK
Quickly and Neatly Done by
\A The Industrial Printing
Company.
916 Washington Street
TRA
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Special <
In ail Parts of the
Winter Tou
Now o
Low Round
Attractive 1
Convenient
For detailed information app
Ticket Agent of
3uild, See Us
led by its trimmings. Come
f building materials.
We offer special prices on
etc.
sm without the slam-use the
demonstrate it to you.
things you want for com
the best of paints-all colors
ant.
wrance, Inc.
79,166, 366.
Columbia, S.C.
ABB AGE PLANTS
fVnSFY CUSTOMERS
BBAGE PLANT GROWERS
JcCKsamn. ?VOQUETA TROOXEB. BIIOUT STEMMED
Th. Etrlitil A UIU< UUr l'L?T DUTCH,
i UuJ Vuliij, 4h*a Buonulea. tupi! ?tnj L?Lt.vC.Hir?
COPYRIGHTED r ~~
Capital Stock$30,000.00
5 In 1803. Now lin vi; over twenty thousand satla
ilitapn plant, than nil oth.r peruana tn UM* Huutti.rn
P'.LVISO op wo uci:d your money back. Order now.
t o--!ri carly cribbage, nnl they aro tho ones thnt
ONS OP CABBAGE SEED PER SEASON.
ervice-Ask Us How ?^^il
ia, buyer paying express charges, which under
4,000 ?1,50 per thousand; 5000 to BOOO. ii.25 per
c 182 Yonges Island, S. C.
SPIRITISM SAID
TO BE DEMONISM.
A most interesting little brochure
hus recently come o?' the press setting
j "ortli with Bible proofs that the com
! .tuications received by and through
.Mist Mediums is of Demon origin,
'juv writer traces his subject through
the Scriptures from the time when
certain of tile holy angels became dis
obedient. He proves from the Scrip
Cures thnt these fallen spirits per
sonate the human dead, with whose
past history, spirits, though invisible
ar>. thorough ty acquainted. He shows,
thai they also frequently person
ate the Creator and the Redeemer,
coininiiiidint; (heir deceived ones to
pray, do liena nee. etc. This, however,
is nierelj to lead them on and to bring
them more thoroughly under demoni
acal control. Sometimes by breaking
down tile natural barrier, thc human
will, they possess their victim, and rule
him mon? or less to his ruin-frequent
ly sending such to the mad-house.
Numerous illustrations. Scriptural and
ot lier wiso, MIL* given. The price of the
little hook is hut ten cents; lt shdfeld
be in the hands of nil interested in
Spiritism or who have friends Inter
ested therein, linelose Ove two-cent
stamps to tile Bible and Tract Society,
17 Hicks street. Brooklyn, N. ?*
JfRav. D. F. Thompson of Green
/ood was in the city this week.
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UNITED STATES
rist Tickets
rt Sale.
Trip Fares
Wain Service
\ Schedules
ly to any Representative or
this Comp wy. . . "
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7>*r*iV-? BIBLJE>STUDV>0N .-^D-^
ABRAHAM, THE HEBREW.
Genesis 12:1-9-Feb. 16.
"J Kill bless //KC, and make thy name great;
and thou ?Auif bc i Meaning."-Verso S.
I ? BRAHAM ls one of the great
IHI est characters iu history. God s
4 promises made to him coustl
tute the foundation of fuith for
Jews. Christians und Mohammedans,
although many of them are not aware'
of the fuet Tile Jews are Abraham's
descendants through Isaac and Jueob;
while Mohammedans represent espe
cially Ishmael and Esau. Christiaus pro
fess to have become heirs to the chief
est blessings promised to Abraham's
Seed, by becoming joint-heirs ^witb
Christ Jesus, whom they consider the
untitype of Isaac.
The New Testament claim is that the
Church of Christ is the antitype of Re
becca, Isaac's wife and joint-beir; and
that Christ and the Church, as the
Spiritual Seed of - .....
Abraham, will be \A . .'...* /%'},
God's agency in hjjj -\\? fiy/fl
blessing the na- SM
tlons. But much f jrN^^rf^ .'
of the New Testa- ? i \yiytff\
ment teachings 11 rJ/^*?6-K\ V^J*
was lost during IfiMf/ <S^^?r?
the Dark Ages. N Wft, ^y-^
Christians forget i^^^U^p^~~
t h a t they were ^^KL/^S?^
called" to be Joint- -
bein in Messiah'^ "In thy teed shall all
Kingdom, to bless 00 ?lcssed."
all the families of the earth. Instead,
they got the narrow view that merely
the Elect would be saved, who to all
eternity would look over the battle
ments of Heaven aud see all others of
mankind in torture, and hear their
groans to all eternity.
Only now are Bible students getting
back to the teachings of Scripture
Only now are we learning the true im
port of St. Paul's words. "If ye be
Christ's, then are ye Abraham's Seed,
and heirs according to the promise."
God's Call to Abraham.
Abraham's birthplace was Ur. one
hundred twenty miles north of the
Persian Gulf. His father Terah was a
heathen. Polytheism prevailed - the
worshiping of many gods. From Ur.
tlie family migrated to Haran, about
five hundred miles in the direction of
Palestine. There Abraham remained
until Ternh's death.
God's dealings with Abraham, accord
lng to St. Stephen <Acts 7:2, 3). began
while he was in Ur. God called him
out of his evil surroundings, to be the
founder of a new nation, holy and
obedient to God. The migration from
Ur to Hnrnu took the family aw<\
from the idolatrous sceues of the ir
tropolls to pastoral life. In har mo:
with the Divine call. . Abraham, then
seventy-five years .old? Sis wife Sara li
'dv.d his nephew i-Ou \v itli their flocks
nud herds, moved to Canaan after the
death of Ternh.
Abraham's Great Faith In God.
Abraham was full of faith. This
feature of his-character especially en
deared him to the Almighty, who, be
cause of it, styled him His friend. The
Bible does not claim that Abraham was
perfect The reverse of this ls de
clared-"There is none righteous I per
feet], no, not one." (Romans 3:10.1
None measure up to the glorious image
of God represented by Adam.
Abraham was not the friend of God
because of his great education, nor for
his wonderful intellectual powers. Nev
ertheless, he had intellectual powers
The fnct that he was very rich Indi
cates that be was a good manager. His
skill as a leader was shown when Lot
j and the wealthy Sodomites were taken
I captive by Chedorlaomer. Abraham
promptly armed three hundred and
eighteen of his servants, pursued thf
victors and recovered the spoils.
But lt was not for his skill as a gen
eral that God loved Abraham. The
special quality that God esteemed in
him ls repeatedly mentioned In the Bi
ble as having been his faith. "Abra
ham believed God."
Children of Abraham.
Abraham's children, from God'i
standpoint. Include only those win
have faith in God. The original evl
dence of this fait*
\*K**\\ ' J/S S an& obedienci
' wns circumcisloi
~^?h?j??pa*ft of **ie flesh. Ag
uratlvely re pre
M^^Mj^p'^' senting a turning
y?J rP^^WN7 nway from sin t<
V>' .'f^-l-^l?^ obedience to God
3ff . ^jllgJi Sif Circumcision ha;
iSBSEJy become largely :
; (-.' ceremony wi tl
! "V '^Cv%?h/,r?i the Jews. Sud
' faithless circum
! ^?JSlf*"*' Clsl(>n entit,l?!
them to no s pe
cinl Divine favor. But all Jews win
still* trust in the promises made r<
Abraham will soon be recipients o
marked evidences of Divine blessint
through Messiah, who soon is to set u?
God's Kingdom.
St. Paul explains that all true Chris
tlans become the Spiritual Seed o
Abraham-heirs of certain splrltun
promises, as the natural seed are bein
of certain earthly promises, not yet ful
filled. As the natural seed must main
tain circumcision to mark their sep
aratencss from the Gentiles, so th?
^Spiritual Seed must have circumcisloi
of the heart-separating them from tin
world and from sin. marking them a
"peculiar people, zealous of gool
works."
We exhort both Jews and Christian
to honesty and faithfulness-obedleuci
to God: the one class, that they ma:
Inherit the Heavenly promises; the otb
er. that they may be ready for the lr
herltance which will be theirs as soot
as the Heavenly, Spiritual Seed o
Abraham shall have been complete
by the First Resurrection.
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COLUMBIA THEATR
m
Monday Night, 8:30 Februar
THAT GREATEST OF ALL MUSICAL ORGANIZATION.
THE
SMART SE
Headed by SALEM TUTT WHITNEY
? 1
HOMER TUTT and BLANCHE THOMPSDji
IN A DAZZLING NEW PRODUCTION . ?P >f
St
THE DARKTOWN POLITiei?
25- BIG MUSICAL HITS - 25
Book and Lyrics by Salem Tutt Whitney
Music by T. L. Corwell, Whitney, Tutt and Watterson
THE DIXIELAND DRILL
THE DANCING CONTESTS
RAG TIME JUBILEE
THE SPECTACULAR BATTLESCENE
THE MALE AND FEMALE OCTETTE
THE GRAND ENSEMBLE SINGING
THE SONG HITS OF THAT FAMOUS
COMEDIAN, SALEM TUTT WHITNEY
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OF
SEATS ON SALE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1 4.
BOX SEATS ?5 and $1.00
ORCHESTRA 50, 75 and $1.00
PRICES
BALCONY -~eK%nu
GALLERY 25 cenis
BUSY DAY
EVERY
Special Bargain ounter
. AT
N. H. COLLINS
EVERY WEDNESDAY
?A
Special invitation to our Lady customers to call|
and examine our Bargain Counter. You can
save one third of ACTUAL COST. Watch the 31
growth of the big Q.
All mail orders promptly filled,
N. H. e?LLINS
Phone 1766
1125 Washington St., Columbia, S. C.
M. JAMES
Shoe Repair Shop.
ODO
I repair, half sole, whole
sole and heel shoes on short
notice and at prices in keep
ing with the'cost of Leather.
All work guaranteed. Send
your shoes to me,
M. JAMES
716 Assembly St. Columbia.
For The Best Hand Tailored Suits at Lowest Prices See
^ I. S. LEEVY^
Columbia's Leading Merchant Tailor
Phone 319 1221 Taylor Street
"LEEYY LEADS."
The attention of our readers is
called to the advertisement of
the special service at Wesley M.
E. church, Sunday Feb. 9 th,
which appears in another col
umn.
(Capita! Loan ?fflee.
MOE F1NKELSTEIN, Proprietor
1604 Main St, Corner Taylor St., Columbia, S. C.
MONEY TO LOAN
-- "- ON 1 * 1
ii
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry or Anything of Value Bar- j
gains in Unredeemed Diamonds, Watches Jewelry, Sport- I
ing Goods, Etc. Our Specialty-Trunks and Suit Cases. ,
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