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NOTES BY THE WAYSIDE.
BY REV. RICHARD CARROLL.
As scheduled I spent Sunday
with Dr. C. T. Walker in Augus
ta, Ga. X preached at ll a. m.
in his new church to a great con
gregation. At 4:150 p. m. I lectur
ed to what Dr. Walker called a
"very representative audience"
lawyers, doctors, business men
and people who represented
everything. The mon voted
unanimously that they enjoyed
the lecture and were willing to
hear it again but I was not
willing to stay longer in Augus
ta. I was tired and had not
much more physical force to
spare. Dr. Walker's congrega
tion is not like the average Geor
gia congregation I met. At ll
a. m. the people assembled for
preaching; at 8 p. m. the congre
gation had assembled ?or night
services, and at 9:30 theoenedic
tion was pronounced and the peo
ple were going home. That is
9:30 by standard time.
I was in Atlanta on two occas
ions when I began preaching at
10 o'clock by South Carolina time
and 9 o'clock by Central time
There are few men that have ser
vices like Dr. Walker-on time.
In South Carolina I noted the
promptness of Dr. N. C. Nix of
Orangeburg, Rev. A. R. Bacote
Society Hill and Rev. James Kirk
land of Newberry, and some
months ago I preached for Dr. J.
J. Durham in Columbia. He
believes in ''Redeeming time"
Dr. Walker and his congrega
tion worshipper^ji the Sunday
school rooini??reiit church.
This part^? ?jiitf capacity
of l.OOOj K auditorium,
when ?mm1 seat 2500.
Thirty? Hfl "rs ($30,000)
has B?SJ Bratowanl this great
structurcPWnich when completed
will cost thirty-five thousand dol
lars ($35,00i>). It will be an in
stitutional church. This great
man deserves such a house of j
worship, for he is a great, great i
gospel preacher-a deep preach
er. His sermons are hitrh as
heaven, deep as hell, broad as the I
earth-for they save unto the ut
most them that believe. I am j
always delighted to visit this, my
old friends and his congregation j
or to be in his company. The
.collection raised and given me af- j
" ter my lecture to Men Only was
certainly a surprise to me. It was
more than I expected. The men
gave every dollar he ask for and
I was more than pleased I can
never forget when visiting Au
gusta that great scholar and
teacher, that unselfish, useful
citizen that serves his day and
generation well, the Rev. Silas
X. Flovd. I asked a prominent
citizen "who are the leading and
first citizens of Augusta?" This
man is rot j member of Dr. Wal
ker's cbir ch. hut is a prominent
' professionr ma/j, and his answer
was "Dr. C T. Walker and Rev.
Silas V Floyd are the first citi
zen ? of Augusta."
Dr. vV??.Ker owe- i .uch of his
great success, bc in Augusta
and elsewhere irPAmerica. to his
armor bearer, Silas X. Floyd.
Rev. Floyd is to Dr. Walker
what Emmett J. Scott is to Dr.
Booker T. Washington. In the
audience I recognized Col. Judson
W. Lyoni, Prof. J. L. White,
Prof. P. H. Craig, several minis
ters of the gospel and other pro
minent citizens. It is known
that Georgia has more ' 'Colonels' '
white and colored, than any
other state in the South. There
was colonel Wilkerson who has
the distinction of being the only
colored steam boat captain in the
city, having had charge of dif
ferent steam boats running be
tween Augusta and Savannah for
more than 18 years- CoJ^Wilker
son drove me everywhe^pSunday
>.nd Monday brought me to the
train in his fine touring car. This
genial gentleman took delight in
taking me around. Miss Annie
Adams accompanied me around
on all my trips except to the
meeting for Men Only. I stop
t. d while in Augusta with her
broti.er-in-law, Dr. C. S. Carr
who married Miss Annie's sister,
Nell. Both of these young ladies
lived at one time with the writer
several years ago, and take de
light iii looking after my welfare
No chinches visited me in the
home, only one large mosquito
paid me a call aud I murdered
him. The bed was roomy and
comfortable. Callis, Mrs. Carr's
brother took pleasure in waiting
on me. Dr. Carr was full of
good cheer and was anxious for
his family to contribute to my
happiness and comfort. What a
fine garden they have, V; etable
were plentiful, the coft..^ was
fine and the beef steaks* and
roasts were juicy. New pota
toes and plenty of cake and lots
of things were put on the Vft^i''
which I did]notIeat. <?p
They have a fine bathroom and
Popular Excursion
VIA
Southern Ry.
Premier Carrier of th? South
Thursday, July 1st, 1915
FROM
COLUMBIA, S. C.
And Way Stations
TO
AUGUSTA, GA.
And Return
Following schedule and low round trip rates will apply:
Columbia.7.00 am.$ 1.25 Munetta.8.32 am.90
Cayce...7.07 am. 1.25 Ridge Spring 8.40 a m.80
Lexington... 7.30 am . 1.00 Wards.8.50 am.80
Harr.7.39 a m. 1.00 Johnston .9.00 a m.75
Gilbert.7.53 am. 1.00 Trenton..9.17 am.75,
Leesville.8.10am. 100 Ar. Augusta 10.35 am. -
Batesburg....8.20 a m. 1.00
Returning leave Augusta 10:00 p. m. same day. Tickets good
only on special train in both directions.
Separate coaches for white and colored people. Plenty of room
for all and a comfortable trip assured. Special officers will main
tain order aboard the train.
A splendid opportunity to spend a day in the beautiful and pro
gressive city of Augusta.
. See the league base ball game between Augusta and Jacksonville
Buy tickets at city office, 1300 Main street. Columbia, in advance
avoiding rush at depot. For further information call on local tick
et agents.
L. D. Robinson. C. P. and T. A., Columbia S. H. McLean, D. P,
A., Columbia, W. E. McGee. A. G.*P. A., Columbia
bath tub. Everything is nice and
clean and sanitary. This is the
gospel we should not fail to
preach. Keep clean and bathe
often.
(Continued Next Week)
He Has Not Accepted A De
gree
To my friends and others m
want it distinctly known that I
have not accepted the degree of
D. D. or LL. D. from any inst^|
tution, and persons who write
me will please address me nthe
same old way "Richard j(j?$irr?ll or
Rev. Richard Carroll " lam not
worthy of any honorary degree
and never will be. Of course I
am grateful to any institution or
individual thinking well of me,
but 1 know myself better than
any one else, I am unworthy,
neither have I merited a degree.
Richard Carroll
Reception to psstor Green.
The Rev. J, P. Green, the urbane
pastor of the Union Baptist church
near Royster's mills, reached last
Friday night his fortieth birthday
and the termination of eleventh
year as pastor of that flock. Thc
woman's missionary society of the
church celebrated the events by ten
dering him a grand reception, at
which the members and friends
generally were in attendance.
After an address most appro
priate by Prof. John R. Wilson, in
which he happily felicitated the
pastor, refreshments choice and
abundant wei e sei ved, after which
a large fat purse was given the
pastor. This church was organ
ized and built by the Rev. I. pf
Green.
ANDERSON JOTTINGS.
Anderson, June 22.-Misses
Irene Taylor and Christine Thom
left last Monday for Hampton
a. to attend the summer schcol.
They will visit Richmond and
Washington D. C. before they
Return.
Mr. Jonas Jones of Henderson
ville N. C. came to the funeral
of his sister Miss Eliza C. Jones
ho departed this life on the
th.
Mrs. Inez Neeley of Newberry !
who has been in t he city during j
?be illness of her aunt returned
Home on Wednesday.
Miss Daisy Williams of this
city having taken the full course
of beauty culture and hair dress
ing under the celebrated madame
Neeley is prepared to give the
very best service in hair dressing,
manicuringuand chiropody.
Mr. G. FY^Jenkins and sister
Miss Daisy who have been at
tending Fisk University have re
turnd.
Announcement.
All those taking part in the Bi
cycle contest being given for the
benefit of the Y, W. C. A., by
Mrs, Sabine C. Thompson, will
please take notice that there will
'< be two reports made. The first will
I be on Tuesday afternoon June 29th,
j at the home of Mrs. Thompson
I M'26 Oak street. The second
, and last, Sept. 28th.
' Those desiring to contest for
I this bicycle which is both hand
some and useful, may do so.
This bicycle is on display at the
store of Mr. I. S, Levey, Taylor
street.
THE PRIDE OF CAROLINA
State Agricultural and Mechanical College
Orangeburg, S. C.
JUST THE PLACE FOR YOUR BOY OR GIRL.
Supported by State and Federal Funds, Affording a I
Splendid Faculty of 57 Officers and Instructors, Standard
Equipment and Unsurpassed Facilities.
Electric Lights, Steam Heat, Artesian Water, Every |
Sanitary Protection. -
Laboratories and Class ROCTHS for Instruction in Science, I
Agriculture and Mechanics Fully Up-to-date and Ade
quately Furnished.
COURSES : College, Normal, Preparatory, Agriculture, I
Mechanics, Home Economics, Music. 23 Trades Taught.
No Tuition. No Room Rent, No Charges for Lights,
Heat or Sanitary Conveniences. j
Entrance Fee for South Carolina Students $3,00. For
Others $10.00. Board $6 00 per Month in Advance.
Next Session Begins September 29th and Ends May i
25th, 191 fi. Thirty-five Weeks of Standard Requirements.
For catalogue and other information, write at once
, R. S. WILKINSON, President, I
ORANGEBURG, ^ |
Church Director}
Second Calvary Baptist church
Bull street, between 'raylor and
Hampton avenue, Rev. J. J. Dur
ham, O. D., pastor. Preaching
11:15 a. m., and 8 p. m. Sunday
chool 10 a. m.; J. R. Cornwell,
Supt. Prater meeting Thursday
night. An invitation is extended
all to attend these services
Joues Chapel A. M. E. Zion
church, corner Blossom and Sum
ter streets, Rev, J. C Lewis, pas
tor. Preaching at 11:30 a.m. and
8 p.m. Class meeting every
^uesday night. Prayer meeting
on Thursday night.
Macedonia Baptist church, Hu
ger St., between Senate and Pen
dleton streets, Rev. R.M. Myers,
pastor. Preaching at 3:30 and
8.15 p.m. Sunday school at 10
a.m., Miss Daisy Littlejohn, Supt.
Prayer meeting every Wednes
day night. Come one. come all.
Young Women's Christian As
sociation, Ladson Presbyterian
church, Sumter, between Blank
ing and Laurel streets. Board of
Managers meeJng second Mon
day in each month at 4:30 p. m
Regular monthly meeting third
Monday in each month at 4:30 p.
m. Bible class weekly on Thurs
day afternoons from 5:00 to
6:00 during this month at
Second Calvary Baptist church
All persons attending these
meetings will be welcomed.
Mrs. C. D. Saxon, president.
Mrs. Sara E. Collins, Secret'y
Sidney Park C. M. E. church,
Blanding street, between Assem
bly and Main, Rev N.F. Hay good,
D. D., pastor. Preaching hours
ll a. m., and 8 p. m.; Sunday
school 3 p. m., J. A. Walker,
Supt. Class meeting every Tues
day night 8:30 o'clock ; Meeting
of Usher's Board Wednesday
night, Bennie Boozer, president.
A cordial invitation is extended
to the public to attend these ser
vices.
St Mary Episcopal church, cor
ner Gates and Green streets, Rev.
E, S. Willett, rector. Morning
service and sermon at ll o'clock ;
Sunday school 3:30 p. m. ; Even
song and sermon 4:30 p m.
Bethel A. M. E. church, corner
Sumter and Taylor streets, Rev,
D. A; Christie, pastor. Preach
ing at ll a. m., and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school at 3:30 p. m., W.
H. Young, Supt. Class meeting
every Tuesday night ; Commun
ion every 1st Sunday. Strangers
will receive a cordial welcome at
these services.
Alonzo P. Hardy
Notary Public
SOUTH CAROLINA
1006 Washington St., Columbia.
Phone 1695
M. B. D?YIS
FIRST ?LRSS SHOEMAKER
Fi NE HAND SEWING
All Work Guaranteed and done
on short notice.
IOU Washington St. - Columbia
STAR TAILOR SHOP
WADE H. TREZAVANT, PROP.
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing,
Altering, Dyeing.
Ladies' Work a, Specialty.
Phone 1324. 1112 Washington St.
DR, JAS. H, SIMS
VETERINARY SURGEON
AND ANIMAL DENTIST
1007 LADY ST. - - PHONE 2677
COLUMBIA,S, C,
richland ^Tailor Shop
Alterations,'Qftaning, and Press
ing neatly e^jjSpqjted. Old clothes
B< made to lodt^llke new ones.
B. A. BLOCKER, PROP'K.
111S>4 Washington St. Columbia
PHONK SQSG.
HOMES ON ZASY TERMS
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY
L. A. HAWKINS REAL
ESTATE AGENCY
Phone No. 3413, or Call At
1510 Main St., Columbia, S. C.
OFFICE HOURS: 0 to 10 a. m.. ; . to 1
p. mi ; 6 tn 8 p. m.
DR. B. A. EVERhff
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Diseases of Women and Children
a Specialty.
Office: 2129 Gervais St. Phone 2412
Rccidencc: 1100 Pine St.,
?S B3?63-YV. COLUMBIA,
SOE and COAL
Palmetto Ice Company
"The Yellow Wagon* with the Bells"
Geo- L. Baker Wm. Barnwell J. M. Batemen
Pres. V. Pres. Sec. &c Treas.
eal! Day or Night
P H O N E 1732-J
I am as near to you as your telephone
I give service at a reasonable price j
Ccnsult me and I can Save you Worry, Time and j
Money
j=?=? I want you to know and turn with confidence to }=|
my name
Wm. M. NASH
Undertaker
916 Washington St. Columbia Phone I732-J
J\f V Prices arc much Lower than those Customct Hy
OFFICE HOURS Phone Numbers
?to ll A. M. 3047-J
s m 4 p. M.
7 to OP. M. 1666
Dr. W. D. CHAPPELLE, Jr.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
O i'KICK RKSIDKNCE
2101 Gervais St. 1208 Harden Street
lu KAI, 1'IIAH.MACV COLUMBIA, S. C.
J. W. BAILEY
DEALER IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Ice Cream and Soda Water
New Store, New Goods, Hight Prices
We Solicit Your Patronage
1131 Washington St. Phone 1784
Palmetto Meat Market
J. S. DENT, Prop'r.
Butcher and Green Grocer, Fish, Oysters and
Game in season,
1330 Assembly St. Phone 172. Columbia
Watch Your Step!
And "Help us to Help
You" Remember
Safety, First, Last and
Always
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. including attendant's Pea?, $7.00. SINGLE BATH 10 CENTS.
Hf tea to Pythian, and Calant hrs in Aood ntandSng,
2? BATHS. INCLUDING ATTENDANT, $5.00?
Write for Further Information.
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