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Published ai QI6 Washington Sheet, Columbia, S, C. Entered as Second Class Matter May 8th, 1912, at tha-poa^office al Columbia, S. C., uruier the Act of March 3d. 1879. 0:. C. SCOTT, EDITOK, li MORGAN. MANAGER SDDSORBPTION RATES One year. .$1^0 Six Months.,. 60c Three Months. 35c Advertising Rates Made Known on . Application Saturday, October 31, 1914. The Carman Mistrial. As was expected, Mrs. Carman was not convicted of murder. Tnere* is surprise however over the failure of the jury to agree upon a verdict- The-verdict, or rather the failure of those twelve .n?en to reach a verdict, is a pr?t-. i ty clear indication of public opin ion in reference to the case, Spme people believe Mrs. Carman guil ty of murder and should be pun ished. Some believe, she killed I Mrs.. Bailey but feel that Mrs. - ;-^Carm?n should be given the same Consideration'- that would have been shown Dr. Carman had he ^?%? killed a,man about Mrs Carman . "under like conditions and circum .V';;:pr8?aJicesi ."-'Some have doubts about her "guilt, and would not have convicted her were they on the jury. Others,"' and we believe, they are'not numerous, believe she is, innoceigjftl should have been acquittecWB^P To our thinking. Dr. Carman is the worst criminal in this whole deplorable afi*air. The question isryill this matter, send him into deserved obscurity and brirjg up on him merited unpopularity and . withdrawal of patronage 5?jJ"$up . port. In their relations with mefr and women the phy?kn is supposa^ to st?ha^morfflfj^n'a : _class .?with the minister bf th? gospel. The standard- in ! both professions or callings; heeds toning up. NOTES FROM GLAFLIN. Orangeburg^etpber 16, -We have two bflMB^'cotton sent in by our pat?$|?Fior which we have allow?jfiiiem ten cent per pound. $$??T Over three" hundred mostly upper class students, have been enrolled. Dean Lewis is taking hold with a strong hand and the student body are delighted with him. Miss Ann Rushton of New York left in her will two thou sand dollars to Claflin. We have been notified that the money is ready to be paid over. The Claflin Farm and Truck - Farm have been unusually suc cesful this year- We will have corn and sweet potatoes to;sell. . The Claflin heating plant has been thoroughly over hauled this summer at an expense of over two thousand dollars. A model Laundry has been complet ed and equipped daring the summer at an expense of about five thousand dollars. The girls will appreciate the inside dryer y./ that drys the clothes in a few .moments while you.wait. The dryer cost about three hundred dollars. The churches and the schopls must be maintained even if cotton sells at a low price. Claflin .will allow ten cents for cotton in settlement for old accounts. S The home for self sustaining girls under the care of Mr$. Witherspoon . bids fair to be crowded this year. '* Despite the low price of cotton ! Claflin opened with twenty-five more students than were enrolled the same date a year ago. - The Claflin Busjness Co lege under the direction of Miss Julia ?"H. Dorsey has put in a set bf new Underwood Typewriters, and is 'prepared to train both 'men and women ,in all business methods. ? The* University "Offers this year superior instruction in Piano Music. Advance Students wishr! ing to ^omplefc? their musical1 education shoutdSi^a^iydva?tage of this rare ?^pcr?umty. . OR H. H. ??fePER DENTIST Crowns & Bridg? Work a Special ty. .Gas Administered OFFICE HOURS, 8 a. m., to 6r .rr. Phone 1429 Auto Transfer! Wm. LMill. IVonrietop Look for Oakland 40 N?. ?70 wli?n'1 desiring fust-class Auto ser vice, AU culls promptly an-, swered day or night. ? Phones : 2624 or 2445 Residence, *J00 Henderson Street Columbia,' S. j C". BIBLE STUDY COUPON. Bihlp nnd Trin i Sud cly. 17 Hicks Street. i:*nokljn. :N. V. Kindly seiul me the Bible Studies marked below:- . , "Where.Are the Dead?" "Forgivable and Unpardonable Sins." "What Cay the Scripturos R? f specking Punich.rn.ent?" "Rich Man In Hell." "In the Cross of Christ We Glory." "Most" Precious "Text." -John 3:16. "F.nd of the Age ls the.Harvest." "Length" and Breadth, Height and Depth of God's Love."_ "Tha Tbjef In Paradise?" "Christ 'Our. Passover- .la. Sacri ficed." "Tho- Risen Christ';" . j "Foreo-dirfation and Election." .'Thc Dstire of Ail'Nations." .'Pjradiae Regained." , j "Tl J Coming Kingdom."__ "C:h Atonement." "Spiritual israel j- Natural le ' rael." '- , ' ? .'Tho Times .of. the GentileY.'?. . .Gathering trra Lord's Jowell." ."TnruGt in Thy Sickle." . "Weeping ?M\ Night.*' ' "What ls the Soul?"- fi. "Clscting Kings." . "Tho Hope of Immortality/* . "The King's Daughter; the .Brl0f&^! "Calamities-Why Permitted."'- " ^t'P.resting Toward tho Mark." ij? ^br.sSon' 8cience Unscientific ^BPnd <^o?tir'istian^!^v9?j*>-r~ "Owr Lord's Return."- , ; . "T. e Goldan Ruie."' ' '.Ti e Two Salvations." * Nil mo ..:.......... Si;.-.'! . - City ?mil smtp.li l'\u?u receipt of the above cou [HUI wi* will .iseud ttuy one of them* Bible Slndies FREE; any three of (bein for. 5 cents (si?t?'iipK? m- th? i'iitire 31 for 25 (...ins SEND AT ONCE TO BIBLE A.Yli TRACT SOCIETY. IT r?lejt?j St .,-Brooklyn. N\ Y. F AIR VIS IT? R S Are invited tb call; at 1319 1-2 Assembly Stree* Where nice Meals and Lodging can be had at reasonable rates I. L. BAILEY Architect & Builder 1228 Heidt Street, Columbia, S.C Churches, Residences , Schools, special ti e?'. ST A R f A I LO R. S HOP WADE H. TREZA VANT, PROP. Cleaning, Pressing "Repairing, Altering, Dyeing. Lf idles' Wo ric 7? S/wciaUy. Phone 1324.: 1112 Washington St. Soda ( i gars THE KEYST?NE 1004 WAsniKr.TO.iV STf?Flif. *? -^Columbia's Leading billiard Room .Pocket Billiards. Get Your Next Load From Chas. R. Davis &. Bro. Quick ..Delivery . Wo ?d .Yard W1? Wuth.intnn Street Phone 1732 J A N-\v First Class Up-To-Date Barber Shop Polite Service; . Give us a Call, Pagan & Brown 1231 Taylor Street, ' Columbia For Houses o'n'Easy.Terms, see L. AV Ha:wkilns ' Real Estate Agency Over Avery Jewelry Store, 1510 Malu St BU3fc^STU?r*ON ..SMITTEN OF GOD, . AFFLICTED.? : ;-Mark 15:23-37.-Nov, 20. "Surely ile hath borne our'grief a? and ittrrtett our eorrowa; vd ice did esteem Uini ?/tieft en, ?mitten of God, and iijflicted.'' ^Isaiah i ? ;'ijt DURING;the three years of Hla ministry, the Savior had giv en forth His vitality freely in ? # the healing of diseases. Be sides this, He had. been on a constant strain without sleep from the time Ho bad'sent His disciples to -prepare the Passover. ? Now, condemned to crucifixion by those fdr whom He had sacrificed His Heavenly ' home' ' and glory,. He was additionally required to carry His own cross. ,He did so,: until finally His weakness hindered, and a passing farmer was compelled to as sist. Where were Peter, James, John and the others, that they did not volun teer assistance? > Doubtless th.ey were deterred by fear. Crowding around the Savior were weeping women. " Turning to them. He said, "Weep not for Me,* but for your selves and your children." The Master's words respecting their;, The Ra**om Price. - seeking the mountains., and hills for protection are-assumed-by some Bible students to refer to/the -greafr trouble which came upon the Jejse thirty-sev en yenrs later, in the destruction of Jerusalem; and that this trouble fore shadowed the greater distress which will occur in the close of this Gospel Age.- ^ - . "They Parted My Garments." While Jesus was dying, the stony-, hearted Roman soldiers, cast lots for His seamless robe, dividing His other garments amongst themselves. The at titude of ti^e world ls further-repre sented in the two culprits who were executed nt the same time', ?one on either side of Jesus, above whose''bend was the inscription. "King Qf the Jews.". One of them railed at .Jesus >s a fraud, bantering Him to manifest whatever power. He had by saving Himself and His associates. Little did he realize that if Jeshs had saved Himself He could not have been the "Savior of the world! ^;jTbo other thief befriended Jesus; de "elarlng that He had been unjustly ac cused. Turning to Jesus, he expressed .ibis faith in our Savior by . asking a ^reward for his kind words. ? H? said/ '.Lord, remember me when Thou com estMntd Thy Kingdom." The.poor thief ' . k?b^rtUair.Te?nii dnline*- tx>^ft.a lying/ and recognized that He was worthy to ?bo. one, so noble of character and, of appearance was Ile. What If finally.' In the great beyond, tills Que should /pn>f*?'o to be Messiah? The thief would '^tMonst tell the truth, declare a word In His defense and ask kind remem brance If thlB dine ever reachod His kingly power. ;? .Jesus' answer- seems to have been very generally misunderstood In the "past. We thought that ile. promised the thief to be with Him* that same .day in the Kingdom. Yet we knew that.according to other Scriptures Je sus Himself was not in tho Kingdom that day. but in Joseph's new tomb; that He did not rise from-the dead from Sheol. Hades, the tomb, until the third day; and thnt even then He said to Mary, "I have not yet ascended to My Father." Evidently Jesus could not have meant that-He'and the thief would be together in Paradise that day. Paradise. lost six thousand yenrs ago. will be restored by Messiah in His gio rious Kingdom. The thief has been sleeping In death, waiting for the time when Messiah's Kingdon: will come. .Jesus' answer was in full accord1 with this fact-"Verily, I say unto thee to day [this day when noshing seems more unlikely than that I shall ever have a Kingdom], thou shalt be with Me In Paradise." - Jesus' Kingdom will'qulckly turn tho world Into a Paradise; and In the res urrection of the hosts that have fallen asleep in death, that thief will be remem bered by the Master. Undoubt edly a great blessing will then be his; for his comforting^ words spoken on the cross Indicated a render, contrite heart, such as will be the fi rat to have blessing in the Kingdom. . The Savior's Dying Words. The Master's cry, . "My ?od! My God! Why hast Thou'forsaken Me?" attests that He endured" to the very limit the sinner's penalty, which was not merely death, but loss of fellow i ship with God. In taking the sinner's ? place. He must for at least a moment have the full experience of the sin ners alienation. " The cry, "It is finished!" reminds na of His statement on the day previous. "I have a baptism to be baptized w.th. and bow am I straitened until it be finished." His words, "Father, Into Thy hands I commend My spirit,"'re mind us that He was laying down His life. He bad not forfeited His right to life, as had Adam. Therefore He mi?ot still .speak of it. as His own spirit, His own right to life-merely surrendered for the time, ander the Divine promise that lt should be given. Him lu the resurrection. -The Thief on the .Croea. ? Say Friend I H - ?_? ? m ; - ?a. ye The Mutual Relie! with its home offices greatest Negro in sur a large number of yo Get.busV, join them j Rev^A. P. Dunbar, g< ng. Call on him toni DR. L. M. DANIELS PHYSICIAN & SURGEON OffiCe Hours: 0 to 10 A. M. ; 1 to 2 P.M. ; 3 to 4 I*, M. ; 7 to 8 P- M. Residence M51U Sumter Street, Office, v1109 Washington Street. PHONE 1429, : : Columbia, S. C. iL iL . .? - ?1 ? ?Vv_.....__ OFFICE HOURS: 9 to.10 a. m . ; 12 to 1 p. m. ; 6 to 8 p. m. DR. B. A. EVERETT. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Diseases of Women arid Children a Specialty. Office: 2129Gervais St. Phone 2412-J Residence: 1100 Pine St., PHONE' 3063-W. COLUMBIA, Sf C*. DR. FRANK B. JOHNSON PHYSIC I AN & SURGEON 1118 1-2 Washington St. HOUIIK 0 a. m. to 12 in. 2:30 p. m.'to 8 p. m. . Ami l>y Appoint mum DR, JAS. H, SIMS VETERINARY SURjaEON; . AND ANIMAL DENTIST ' ! 10?7 LADY ST. - - PHONE 2677 COLUMBIA, S. C, 4deal Pharmacy fm v 1200 Harden Street Drugs, Sodas, Cigars, Cigarettes and Drugist Sundries. DR. F.D. JfONES-y. ' Druggist. jr^*BRUNSON Merchant Tailor. Merchant Tailor. ?its-$5.00 up, Cleaner of Clothes ind Hats for both Ladies and Gents. 803 MAIN STREET Fait Visilots - - - - Welcome Ge*, your Meals at the JACKSON CAFE 1018 Washington St. B. B. Brown, Prop, * * * Meals from Cn. m to 12 p, m. * * * JSj[ SOD A. CIG A US & TOBACCO j B. Diftlar f Watch Maker and Jeweler bmi?rTn W'atches. Clocks & Jewelry AU Work Guaranteed Old Gold and S i Iyer Bought 1104 Washington St. . Phoenix Lunch Room First Class Cafe for Colored People 1109 Washington St. Columbia - - - S. C, M B. DAVIS PIR?T ?LHSS ?HOHMAKER FINE HAND SEWING m Work Guaranteed and done on short not?ce. 1319 Assembly St. - ? Columbia A.T. B, Coasey - TAILOR - % Clothes pressed while you wait. PHONE 2516 1118 1-2 Washington St. Carolina Pressing Club Suits made to order, Cleaning, Pressing and Dyeing neatly done for Ladies and Gentlemen. 620 Main Street. Phone 2445, ' A. N. Neal, Proprietor. Phone 527. High Grade Tailoring W. H. Young Expert Cleaning Dyeing, Pressing. Call 'ir* and see mo--'?iji J.118 1-2 Wash. St. GoJa. S. C. avQ you )u have m heard the startling- 'newfli Dissed it! What is it^?Wny^ fand Benevolent Asscfci?fion^f S. O* at corner of Bull and Taylor ^Streets, is the ance Company in the ?outrv?\?|pft^^r]npJoy ur sons and daughters'at a "good "salailes. ? they pay Sick and Deatl^?l?ims'^ ?neral manager? is always p.t^it^MrVcl.p'blig* le in the city. ; US*, Painless Dentistry AT PAINLESS PRICES, Ail work clone by Licensed Graduates and Expert Dentist in every Department. Why take a chance with; unexperienced, and-Unskilled Dentist?^ Your mouth is the-gateway to,your stomach, Bad Teeth Bad Health, and Indigestion results from lack of proper chewing. ThW can only.be obtained "-"by having a good Dentist repair them when necessary. ; Call ?n Us we. will examine them without any-cost to yoiit.and repair them without the least bit of pain. We -.wijl'save you 60 per cent. Why pay more elsewhere? All Work Guaranteed. Our Colored Department i%$he M?st^ complete in.the City or State. - We do what what we say : We allow you to pay y< bills in small weekly or monthly installments, if desire^ Why delay until .it is too late-Come to-day. Estabishi three years-Here to stay. Our Patent Station Teeth Five Dollars a-Set. . Revet Slip or Di op. Gitatanteed. Examination free* Fillings: ?bld, Plati! ?tum. Silver and Pore? lain 56c up. . Crowns and Bridge^ work $3, $4 & . I Painless extraction j 50c. Free with other [ work. ? We administer I Gas absolutely harmless. * ? BALTIMORE DENTAL PARLOR PAINLESS DENTISTRY ~ Phone 589 Open always. . Lady Attendant 1329 1-2 Main Street, Over Stork1 s Gr?cery^Store^^ ; B?" Reference : Our Work and Bank of Columbia Phone 1438 1017Lady St. C. A. Undertaker and Licensid .[maimer I am the man who makes it easy for j?se whose homes death has visited. A life-like appearance given each body embalmed by "me7. Coffins. Caskets, Robes, and Cars to suit eaehfj and every one. Good services on all occasions. My long time experience make?) it easy to give g?od services. OPEN ALL NlGH"r S3 i--vi 4 ' On thc Joi\ If IVs REAL ESTA TE * RENTS COLLECTED LOANS NEGOTIATED % HENDERSON H. MOBLEY Real Estate & Insurance Agent Hnmei for Colored People on Installment. My Prices like .V" ;>..?., A . ; Paying Rent. See me. * PHONE 2159 . . , . 1S12 LINCOLN STRSET . Columbia, S. C.