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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 21 December 1901

STEADILY IMPROVES DR. TALMAOE'S SUNDAY SERMON. Argues That the World Grows Better Day By Day-- Many Opportunities! For Improvement. ' WASHINGTON,. D. C.-In this niacouree Dr. Talraage recites nomo great events and shows that the world is advancing in the right direction; text. Joel ii, 30, "I will shew wonders in the heavens and in the earth." Dr. Cumming-great and good man would have told us the exact time of the fulfillment of this prophecy. As I stepped into his r/udy in London on my arrival from Paris just after the French had sur rendered at Sedan the good doctor said to me: "It is just what? I had told you about France. People laughed ut mc because I talked about the seven horns and the vials, but I foresaw all this from the book of Daniel and tho book of Revelation." Not ta?; in; any such responsibility in the in terpretation of thc passage, I simply ns ecrt that there are in it suggestions of many things in our time. ' Oar eyes dilate and our heart quickens in its pulsations...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 21 December 1901

Frog-res*. Thia life M. full of worthiness, Obscured by circumstance. But blossoming into glorious thing? When once it gets a ehanee. Tho pumpkin seems a lowly fruit; 'Tis neither fair nor sweet. But when it is transformad, to pie. In faith, it can't be bent! -Washington Star. " S li o Knew Her Kan. He--"Darling, which would you rati ?er have for a birthday present, a soal akin cloak or an automobile?" Wife-"I'd rather have $10, dear;" Mew York Times. More Thun Time to Go. "My gracious!" exclaimed Mr. Stay late, "lt's nonrly 12 o'clock. Ifs time to go." "O!" suld Miss Pcpprey, meaningly, "It's surely later than that"-Phila delphia. Tress. An ICxnuipic. Teacher-ftYc3, 'revive* menus ~to 'como to.' Now make a sentence con taining that word." Bright Boy-"If one npple costs three .ennis what'd four apples revive?" Philadelphia Press. Ko Moontdiine Madness. Tess-"Ho has proposod to Miss Pussay." Joss-"For goodness sake! But per haps there Is some'exciise for him." Tess-"Not a blt of lt. ...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 21 December 1901

SIPE or- Ll PE,*-. rrorreu. This life ia full of worthiness. Obscured by circumstance, But blossoming into glorious thing? When once it gets a chance. The pumpkin seems a lowly fruit; 'Tia neither fair nor sweet, lint when it is transformed, to pic, In faith, it can't be bent! -W?Shin'?tc*i Sta?. M Sit? Knew lier Man. He-"Darling, which would you rntb *sr have for a birt inlay present, a seal skin cloak or an automobile?" Wife-"I'd rather have $10, ?ear;" Mew York Times. More Thun Time to Go. "My gracious!" exclaimed Mr. Stay late, "it's nearly Iii o'clock. It's time to go." "Oi" said Miss Pepprey, meaningly. "It'tt surely later than that"-Phila delphia Press. An Kxntnplc. Teacher-ftYcs, 'revive' moans "to 'conm to.' Now make a seutence con taining tliat word." Bright Boy-"If one npple costs three cents what'Il four apples revive?" Philadelphia Press. TVo Moonshine Matinee?. Tess-"He has proposed to Miss Passay." Jess-"For goodness sake! .But per haps there is some excuse for him." ...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 21 December 1901

Pro cresa. This life is full nf worthiness, Obscured by circumstance, Sut blossoming into glorious thing* Wheo once it gets a clianee. The pumpkin seems tx lowly frail; 'Tis neither fair nor sweet, liut when it is transformed to pic, in faith, it can't he hont! -Washington Star. Slio Kncir lier Usn. Tie-"Darling, which would you rath er have for a birthday prosont, a soal jikin cloak or an automobile?" Wife-"I'd rather have $10, dear;" Mew York Times. More Than Tim? lo Go. "My gracious !" exclaimed Mr. Stay late, "it's nearly 12 o'clock. It's time to RD." "Ol" said Miss Popprey, meaningly, "ll'u sundy lalor than thal."-Phila delphia Press. An Kacntnpta. Teacher-''Yes. 'revive' moans to 'conn* to.' Now make a sentence con tain in;; thal word." Hrighl Poy-"IC one apple costs three urn ls whal'll four apples revive?" Philadelphia Pros?. No atooiislliiio Madness. Tess-"Ile has proposed to Miss I'assay." Jess-"h'or goodness sake! Hilt per haps there is some excuse for him." Tess-"Not a b...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 21 December 1901

THE FARMERS'OPPORTUNITY Continued Prom First Page much of a lund on yourself lt was the last feather which broke the mule's back. Don't make your'pity men'.s too lu lire. It's easy to prom ise big things for next fall. but. the man who pays one dollar per bushel for corn meal and ten to fjfleen ? eenta a pound for meat, can't eave j enough out of .six or Keven cunts cotton to make large payments. After yiiti ami the owner of tho land li ? v o agreed upon terms, he will give yon a bond tor title, and you in return will give him your notos, falling duo in one, two three and four years. A 1 1 paper? of thia kind should be fixed up by a Notary Public or a Justice of the Peace. Now that your pegs aro named and set, the next step is to DUI VD YOUR PKGS. (-all your family together/ tell them of the pia?a you have made. lt is veiy necessary that each one agrees to help in every way to carry j out your plan. Ono balky horse will keep the load from moving on. Of course ibis means for them hur...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 21 December 1901

THE FARMERS' OPPORTUNITY OOH ti nu ed Fr otu First Fags icuuh of a lond on yourself It waa the last feather which broke thu mule's bock. Don't make your'pny meats too large. It's easy to prom- ' ise big things for next fall. but. the mau who pays one dollar per bushel for corn meal and ten to fifteen nen ts a pound for meat .can't save ('Dough out of six or Seven couts cotton to make lurge payments. After you and tho owner of the land hav0 agreed upon terms, he will give you a bond tor title, and you in return will give him your notes, falling duo in one, two three and four years.. All papers of this kind should be fixed np by a Notary Public or a Justice of the Peace. Now that your pegs aro named and set, the next stop is to DHIVB TOUR PKG8. Call your family together; tell them of the plans you have made, j It it veiy necessary that each one agrees to help in every wuy to carry Ont your plan. Ooo balky horse will kefp the load from moving on. Of course this means for them hurd or w...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 21 December 1901

THE FARMERS' OPPORTUNITY Continued Prom First Pago mach of a load on yourself It was the last feather which broke the mule's bock. Don't make your'pay nipp?? too largo, !r'? oayy to prom ise big things for next fall. but. the man who pays one dollar per bushel for corn meal and ten to fifteen centH a pound for meat, can't eave enough out of six or Seven couts cotton to make large payments. After you and tho owner of ihe lund ha^e agreed upon terms, he will give yon a bond tor ? title, and you in return will give him your noces, falling due in one, two three and four years.. All papers of thia kind should be fixed up by a Notary Public or a Justice of the Peace. Now that your pegs aro named and set, the next stop is to DRIVE TOUR PEGS. flail jour family together; tell them of the plans you have madu. lt it veiy necessary that each ono agrees to help in every way to carry Ont your plan. One balky horse will keep the loud from moving on. Of course this means for them hard er work, no m...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 11 September 1909

EXPOSITION ?i4 AY NUMBER ? TIIK PKO. XiK'S 8TATK Pl *'i R..PUJH 18H '. D IN TH t iM'KRKa I UK COLUKKD KA<;K...A XiUBNAL OK MKW8 AN?? OPI?Y.OJ?. Y(0l. 9. COLUMBIA, S. 6. ?AY, DECEMBER 21. 1901 No. 14 - Rei, J. F, Mars?MMcGdr mick. S; C. Tells tiffiis I Great Editor of The People's Recorder: .Please, allow me- space in ^y.our valuable paper to speak1 of ?.Jf? <*?r Wprk, well, it has been quite a while since I, have worried 3*9U. But I have had such good meetings I thought I would tell s it abroad. We have just closed cur" revival meetings at four points. ^The Lord gave; us great success at each church. ^e be ' gan With'.the'. Holy. SpringBap-v tist church, the- rain and- high . ' wat^r hindered t iis greatly at this church. ? itot we had a good meeting, ten souls were /.aved v and baptized\ * and fello.wshi pped 11 ,W;:t TV Taylor of Sumter assisted me at ? , this church. He left a lasting impression upon the minds ind in the hearts of the members, they said it was the best they...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 11 September 1909

EXPOSITION ?i4 AY NUMBER ? TIIK PKO. XiK'S 8TATK Pl *'i R..PUJH 18H '. D IN TH t iM'KRKa I UK COLUKKD KA<;K...A XiUBNAL OK MKW8 AN?? OPI?Y.OJ?. Y(0l. 9. COLUMBIA, S. 6. ?AY, DECEMBER 21. 1901 No. 14 Rev. J, F. Marshall ef McCor mick, S. C. Tells Of His Great Revival Meetings, Editor of The People's Recorder: Please allow me space in your valuable paper to speak of } ' our work, well, it has been quite a while since I have worried ypu. But I have had such good meetings I thought I would tell it abroad. We have just closed our revival meetings at four points. The Lord gave us great success at each church. We be gan with the Holy Spriug Bap^ tist church, the rain and high water hindered us greatly at this church. But we had a good meeting, ten souls were .saved and baptized, and fellowshipped into the church. Rev. W., T. Taylor of Sumter assisted me at ? this church. He left a lasting impression upon the minds and in the hearts of the members, they said it was the best they j have e...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 11 September 1909

THE PEOPLE'S RECORDER A JOURNAL OF NEWS AND OPINION Published Every Saturday Fr-m Our Own Duildhw ai OtUnvcburtf, S. ?. SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN APV*NOK-OII" Venr. f l.:>0: Six Months. K?eent. : Three M01 th?. 30 R" ts. In advance, I City Su1? oilptton 15 couts per month, payable at end of month. COMMUNICATIONS THE RECORDER will imhllsh brief arni ra- ! Monal eu nmunlnntlons on subject* ot wurra) : Interest wtien they nie aecomrauied by Iho nnmts and add esses of tn?? authors. and aro not of a defamatory nature, nod when MIHI? eleni cash >s sont to pav fi?* "set-up"--tut \ rh nw for spare. Annonymnus commiinle.a Hon.* will n?H If noticed. Wc do no1, leturn rejected manuscript* unies* si annis urn st>nii for same. Notices of marrlnsres. hi rt Iis. deaths, lost, found, etc.. 33 cent-, each Insertion of eight liii?-s or ess. Make ail pisi.al and express money orders j payaldo to C. F. HOLMES, Editor and Publisher. OranKcburir, .S, O. You set good out of life only, warnB the Commo...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 11 September 1909

; THE ; PEOPLE'S RtCOR?JER A JOURNAL OF NEWS AND OPINION ^bllji^d ?ver^vS^urUay j Fr-Bl Our Own j??ulldiua at. Oran?coyt?S. c. 1 ' BunsrnrpTiox RATES Ir? AOVAWOB-Ono Year. $1.50: Six Month?. Neent : Th roo Months. 50 o? ts. In ad vane?. City Subscription 15 cents per month, payable ?tend of month. COM M UN IC A TIONS TITE RECORDER will publish brief anti ra tional communications on .subjects of renei ul Interest when they are accompanied by tho names and add essen of tue authors, and are not of a defamatory nature, and when sufll? clent cash is aunt to pay for "set-up"-no choree for spare. Annonymous communica tions will not h- noticed. AVc (lo not icturn reje.oted manuscripts unless stamps are sent for snmn. Notices of nruiniasres. births, deaths, lo>t, found, etc., 25cents each insertion of i-l/lit lines or ess. kc all postal and express money orders . payable to C. F. HOLMES, Editor and Publisher, Orantrebure. S, C. You get good out of life only, warns the Commoner, as you put...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 11 September 1909

_? ; ANNUALCONFEREHEC OF AGENTS AND S?PTS. M C. liutual And Provident ?ssociatioa Holds First Annual Conference in South Carolina At Columbia. j It was truly a representative gathering of Negro inEurance men and women from every sec tion of South Carolina, who with the general officers from the home office of the N. C. Mutual and Provident Associa tion of Durham, N. G. The meeting was called in the beautiful new building of the company, at the N. E. cor Ver of Washington St, and Park Avenue, Columbia. G?n?ral Manager C. C. spaulding in the chair. Prayer was offered by Dr. A? M. Moore, which showed that while the meeting was ol a strictly business nature, still the management realize thai the first requisite was God'< presence arid His blessing. Mr. J. H. Garner, th9 stat? agent for South Carolina, ex tended a welcome in an addres replete with cordiality and en couragement. He gave a brie account of the work in th State, and during the session was alive to the needs of th * compan...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 11 September 1909

ANNUAL C?NFERENEC OF AGENTS AND SUPTS. M. C. Mutual And Provident Association Holds First Annual Conference in South Carolina At Columbia. ; It was truly a representative gathering of Negro insurance men and women from every sec tion of South Carolina, who with the general ollicers from the home office of the N. C. Mutual and Provident Associa tion of Durham, N. Q. The meeting was called in the beautiful new building of the company, at the N. E. cor nier of Washington St. and Park Avenue, Columbia. General Manager C. C. spaulding m the chair. Prayer was offered by Dr. A. M. Moore, which showed that while the meeting was of a strictly business nature, still the management realize that the first requisite was God's presence and His blessing. Mr. J. H. Garner, th9 state agent for South Carolina, ex tended a welcome in an address replete with cordiality and en couragement. He gave a briei account of the work in the State, and during the sessiont was alive to the needs of thc company, an...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 11 September 1909

MUNYON'S EMTNENT DOCTORS AT j YOUK SERVICE FRISK. Not a Penny to Pay For tho Fullest Medical Examination.. If you are in doubt as to the cause of your disease mail us a. postal re questing a medical examination blank, which you will All out and return to us. Our doctors will carefully diag nose your case, and if you can !>. cured you will be told so; if you can not be curer! you will bo told so. You aro not obligated to us In any way, for ?his advice is absolutely free; you aro j at liberty to take our t:dvlce or not. os you see flt. Send to-day for a medi cal examination blank, fill out and return to us as promptly as possible, and our eminent doctors will diagnose your case thoroughly absolutely free. Munyon's, 53d and Jefferson Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. Mosquito Army Invades Texas, j A mospito jvs( of destructive na ture is causing untold suffering and a great amount ot' damage to cattle, horses and crops, the latter because ol' enforced neglect by growers, in the coast counties...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 11 September 1909

8rtf?rlN .. 1 : I I MTTNYON'S B?rjr?BKT ?K)OTORS AT j YOI JU SEK VICE FREE. Not m Pcnpy to Pay For; the Fullest t<f:'Me?l^t\Bfaroliij|i^o?;; | If^7Qu:^jrei'?n^d?bbt,a? to tt?e^cause of your disease mail us ? postal re questing a medical examination blank, .which you "will fill ,out and return to us. Our doctors wi li carefully diag nose? your case, and if you can be cured you will be told so; lt yon can not be cured you will be told so. You aro not obligated to us in any way, for this advice is absolutely free; you are at liberty to take our advice or pot. as you see flt. Send to-day for ia m edi-, cal examination blank, fill out and return to us' as promptly as possible, and our eminent doctors will diagnose your caBe thoroughly absolutely free. Mun von's. 53d and Jefferson Sta., Philadelphia, Pa. Mosquito Army Invades Texas. J A raospito pest of destructive na ture is causing untold suffering and a great amount of damage to cattle, horses and crops, the latter because of enforc...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 11 September 1909

Dr. Frederick Cook, of Br< Reaches Pole April 2 Point Where With C From Side to* Si New York, Special.-' ! Successful. Well. Address Copenbageu. t "FRED." Full of meaning, if "successful" ?; were inverpreted to indicate that ho . ' had reached the North Pole, the fore going cable message, exasperating in its briefness, was received in New , York Wednesday from Dr. Frederick A.' Cook, tho American . explorer, whom the latest cable advices credit with having accomplished what no man over did.. It was intended for Mrs. Cock, who was not at home. Wednesday's message from Dr. Cook to Iiis wife was dated at Ler wick, Shetland isla ids, the first avail able peint of transit in the regular *? steamship course between Greenland ports and Copenhagen, Avhither he is - bound. Because of its briefness the assumption is that the mossago was ? Bent primarily to assure his wife of his safety and not to apprise the 9 world of his discovery. . The following seems a second bit of information: Bruss...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 11 September 1909

Dr. Frederick Cook, of Br< Reaches Pole April 2 Point Where With G From Side to Si Now York, Special.-"Successful. Well. Address Copenhagen. "FRED." Full of menning, if "successful" were interpreted to indicate that he had reached the North Pole, the fore going calle message, exasperating in its briefness, was received in New York Wednesday from Dr. Frederick A. Cook, (he American explorer, whom (lie latest cable advices credit with having accomplished what no man ever did. It was intended for Mrs. Cock, who was not at home. Wcdns^doy's message from Dr. Cool: io Iiis wife was dated at Ler wick, Shetland islands, tho first avail able print of transit in the regular ? steamship course between Greenland ports and Copenhagen, whither he is bound. Because of its briefness the assumption is that the message was sent primarily to assure his wife of ' his safety and not to apprise the world of his discovery. The following seems a second bit ; of information : i ' Brussels, Sept. 1.-The o...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 11 September 1909

LOCALS & WANTED-A young man Or boy from 14 to 18 years old, who can read and write, to learn the printer's trade. A good place for the right kind of boy. Any bright boy can be of service in a short time. Call on R. E. Richardson, Foreman, People's Recorder, Orangeburg, S. C. Prof Preileau of Sumter was a welcome visitor to our -city this week. ? -Rev. B. J. Ancrum of Neeses was among Orangeburg's visitors this week. The Lovely , HUI Sunday School Convention meets near St. George next Friday. Are you going to the National Baptist Convention? ' If so be in Columbia by one o'clock -next Monday. Mr. P. L. Green of Elloree was here on business this week. He sailed"and got a job of print inf? we did for bim. . '. Mr. M. Furtick of North wav among the court attendants ,tlii> week. He called to see us Bro Furtick was entirely vindi outed and let loose by the court. Get. ready to pay your sub scription to this paper and ti renew for the future. Bills wiri be sent out soon, Court is in...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 11 September 1909

m ? , i ? -m 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 t...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The people's recorder. — 11 September 1909

THE. PEOPLE'S RECORDER i (s A Journal* Of Nows And Opinion. Pnolishod livery Saturday From Our * 0*n Buildinff at Orangeburg, S. C* ??lJSCKIPTION KATES ? AovANOR-Onc Year, ll .Mi Six Months 85 cent? Three Months. 50 eents. in advunce City Subscription l?eeEispermoyth.payabie at end or Month. .COMMUNICATIONS 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 ...

Publication Title: People's Recorder, The
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