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Reid with Friendship Baptist
rstor, Aiken, South Carolina,
Pf 27, 28, 1914.
fiore, vice-President, Rock Hill.
Tr Eve, Recording Secretary, Barnwell.
Washington, Corresponding Secretary, Camden.
TDunbar, Treasurer, Columbia.
10:00-Executive Hoard Meeting.
11:00-Devotional Services? Mrs. Arina Raiford, Aiken; Mrs. Shel
donia T i ?b ?..use, North.
11:30-Introduce "> Sermon: Rev. D. F. Thompson, B. D., Green
12:00-Cullectk'., Announcements, Benediction.
3:30-Song Servit e
3:45-Welcome Address on Behalf of Home Mission Society: Mrs.
Agnes Green, Aiken.
4:00-Address of Welcome on Behalf of the Church : Dr. G." W.
4:15-Address of Welcome on Behalf of Denominations-Mrs. A. B.
4:30-Address of Welcome on Behalf of the Citizens: Mrs. A. W. L.
4:45-Response: Mrs. Bell Gandy, Anderson.
5:00-Enrollment. Reports of Corresponding Secretary. Treas
. urer. Election of Officers. Installation. Appointment of
8:00-Devotional Service: Mrs. Othello Simpson, Laurens; Mrs.
Sarah Clinkscales, Level Land.
9:15-Reports of District vice-Presidents. Collection. Announce
11:00-Devotional Service: Mrs. Rosa Lorrick, Cayeej Mrs. Emma
Rush, Allendale. <
11:30-Address, "Woman's Service in the Church": Mrs. Mamie
Douglass, Nev berry.
\ 1.1 .v-- Address,- "Tin Woman's Missionary Society in Relation to
Lue Missionary Development of the ?'burch" : Mrs. Bessie
12:00-Address, "The Value of Missionary Literature in the Mis
sionary Development of the Church": Miss Julia Watson,
12:15-Address, "How Best Interest the Christian World in Mis
sions": Mrs. Carrie Gardner, Allendale.
12:30-A Missionary Review: "What Are the Missionary Societies
Doing?": Mrs. Roxie Lagroom, Greenwood.
1:00-Miscellaneous Business. Adjournment.
3:30-Devotional Service: Mrs. Carrie Hammond, Aiken; Mrs.
Mamie Roberts, Sumter.
3:45-Address, "The Development of the Young Women's Auxiliary
as a Missionary Force": Miss Mamie L. Torrence, Green
4:00-"The Development of the Sunday School as a Missionary
Force": Miss L. H. McFall, Charleston.
4:15-Discussion, "Our Own Children as Future Actors in the
World's Evangelization" (a) The Indifferent Parents; (b)
The Lack of Leaders: Mrs. G. A. Murray, Charleston.
5:00-Miscellaneous Business. Adjournment.
8:00-Song Service by Local Talent,
8:15-Address, "The Need of Christian Education": Mrs. L. M.
8:30-Address, "The Influence of the Christian School in Char
acter 1)1 nUii ;g" M?-a Elvetta N. Landy, Leesville.
8:45-Address, "The Home, ihe Church, the School as the Bulwark
of Civilization": Mrs. Jennie Nix Robinson, Barnwell.
9:00-Morris College : Rev. ,i .r. Starks, Sumter.
9:30-Miscellaneous lb si ness. Adjournment.
T? HUD DAY-SATURDAY.
10:00--j??tuV. >;mi Service: Mrs. Rebecca Williams, Allendale; Mr?.
HLic Leake, (.ross Hil!.
10:15-^H|B'cnce, "7lbw Best to Train the Children to AV?A? the
__jff*fffi\ Evils U'hieh Brenk Down Health and Character":
^^^r ?ffl i)V ]\frs. T? na A. Watson, Ridge Spring.
11:00-Lecture: Dr. C. C. Johnson, Aiken.
llflO-Tile -L te B. Y. 1*. fT. and S. S. Convention: Rev. William
Ho i/d, Darlington.
12:00-Bein li. I College: 1\ if. R. F. Lee, Columbia.
12:15-Addre s. "The Home C-hiirch and Foreign Missions": Mrs.
L. R. K nard, Charles
12:45-Miscellaneous Business. Adjournment.
10:00-Sunday School Concert: Rev. E. R. Roberts, Florence,
ll:30-Educational Sermon: Rev. N. C. Nix, Orangeburg.
12:00-Collection. Announcements. Benediction.
4:00-Devotional Services: Mrs. Mary Artemus, Monetta: Mrs.
Julia Hartley, Monetta.
4:30-Temperance Sermon : Rev. E. R. Roberts, Florence.
8:00-Memorial Services: Mrs. Emma Walker, Greenville.
8:30-Missionary Sermon: Rev. A. P. Dunbar, Columbia.
):00-Collection. Resolutions. Benediction.
Mr. D. B. Earle is ? Manning
at work on a brick ch;: :h.
Don't fail to have your job
printing done by the Southern '
Miss Emma Gene Pooh Atlan
ta, is spending Ene week here
with Misses Sarah B. Monde, son
and Shellie Gantt.
Some important announca
ments were left out this week on
on account of help and the rush
of business together.
Miss Julia A. Robinson of St.
Matthews spent the past week
he. y a guest of Misses Hattie
Wallace and Florence Cleaves.
Prof. and Mr^. ix. L. Hawkins
have returned to their home aft-* i
closing a successful school year - \i
LaGrange, Georgia, for the sum
Little Misses Theo. Suber and
Alberta Murphay leaves for Lea
pharts Saturday morning to
spend a few days with young
Messrs J. T. Thompson, Ike
Thompson, and Alexander Evans
left for Asheville, N. C. June 7.
The Thompson brothers will re
turn to the city in a few days.
Seymour Carroll, editor of the
State College Review. Orange
burg is here working in the inter
est of State A. and M. College.
He is a great State "booster."
Our people are beginning to
realize that it is cheaper, less
troublesome, and accomplishes
more good for them; in fact, save
them time and money to have
their notices published in The
Southern Indicator, than to pur
sue the cumbersome and expen
sive method of writing and send
ing these notices to the churches.
At the special .meeting of the
Ministerial Alliance held on Thurs
day afternoon a committee was
appointed to draft suitable resolu
tions touchihg the late Rev. I. W.
Simons, and President C. C. Scott
was empowered to appoint a com
mittee to arrange for a reception
and banquet in honor of the
Rev. Dr. N. C. Cleaves, recently
elected a bishop of the C M. E.
Church. The indications are that
this will be one of the grandest
affairs of its kind ever held in
South Carolina. Bishop Cleaves
I is justly held in very high esteem
i by everybody in Columbia.
g-^r ORODKLYN ^
BIBLE ?STUDY? ON --^-cr-\
THE FRIEND OF SINNERS.
Luke 18:9-14; 19:1-10-Juno 14.
"/ cam? not to cull the rightcou*, hut ni*
ner?." -Mark S:17.
CITE punible of today's lesson re
ven?s the heart attitude or
some of the Pharisees and of
the despised publicans. Two
men went up to the Temple to pray.
From God's standpoint both were sin
ners, und needed forgiveness of sins.
But the Pharisee trusted in bis own
Imperfect works, and asked no for
giveness; the publican, however, re-,
ulized his blemishes and p ayed viol
in er ey.
We must not eel th" . , "essioii thai
(Jod ls more o'cn sed ".uh those win.
live in sin i!.a.. with those who strive
to the best .I ?heir ability lo live in
i burnie nv ... ufo His
I Law. . the eon
; trary, we mus?
ull realize I hat wc
come short of per
fection and need
Divine m e r c y.
The sinner who
fuet ls more pleas
ing to God than is
the more moral
person who fails
to see his bleui- 7Tic I'hin ?fir . ' ?<?<.
ishes. PubiU it.
Jesus referred to this same i i: of
the Pharisees at another time, - i- in?.
"I came not to call the Hub te . - tait
sinners, to repentance." H.- i hus
sought to call attention to thc fa? i thal
although the Pharisees claim. ?I i be
righteous, yel they were not so. Until
they should learn Unit they and all
other members of Hie Adamic race
were sla-slck and needed tho remedy
which only the Redeemer can give,
they were not in condition to come to
Him for forgiveness.
Not realizing their need, the Phari
sees did not become Jesus' disciples,
und thereby missed a groat blessing.
On the contrary, the majority of His
followers were publicans and sinners
people win? had not been living proper
lives, but who earnestly acknowledged
their faults, turned from sin. accepted
lieu Ung from the Good Physician, and
j became His followers.
I?V oriel's Best Piatas I
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U M. DUNTON, Pr?sident
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Would you own a horse and let
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When this is done the animal
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As long as you do so it will keep
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people and you are ? ;ing for it.
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for you. Yours truly,
" DR. J. H. SIMS.
Veterinary Surgeon and Animal,
Dentist, 1518 Williams Street. I
ColumDia, S. C. Phone 2677.
Five acreB and up with dwelling!
! Vfixt, Sell or Exchange for
A Few Nev/ Lots and Houses
1544 Main Street, Columbia
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PHYSICIAN i ."'RGEON
Otlice Hours: 9 to 10 . . ; 1 to 2 P.M. ;
3 to 4 p. M. ; 7 to 8 t?. M.
Residence 1610 Sumter Street.
Office, 1100 Washington Street.
PHONE 1420. : : Columbia, S. C.
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Pjlans and Specifications
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Columbia, South Carolina.
Palmetto Meat Market
J. S, DENT, Prop'r.
Butcher and Green Grocer, Fish, Oysters and
Game in season.
1330 Assembly St. Phone 172. Columbia
M. tl. Collin's Big Department Store
THIS is the store that
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We are now showing many new
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1125 Wash>*. ston Street,