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The SOUTHERN INDICATOR
Published at ?i6 Washington Sheet,
Columbia, S, C.
Entered HB Second Class Matter
May 8th, 1912, at the pout office at
Columbia, S. O , under the Act of
March 3d. 1879.
CC. SCOTT, EDITOU,
L MORGAN. MANAGER
One year.f.tl 00
Six Moulha. . 60c
Three Mouths ' 35c
Advertising li?tes Made Known on
Saturday, July 25, 1914.
The Senatorial Camepign
Meeting In Columbia.
Along with the seething,
sweating, surging mass of hu
manity, all white except just a
sprinkling of colored, the editor
of The Southern Indicator found
himself on the inside pf the
opera house* to hear the speak
ing. He feels that he can speak
dispassionately. He heard all cf
Mr. Jennings' speech and the
major part of Mr. Pollock. Mr.
Pollock made the better speech.
The audience was a represen
tative one, running from the ven
erable and distinguished Dr.
Joynes of the South Carolina
University to a little white boy
sitting near the writer in "the
peanut gallery"-a little fellow
not more than 8 years old who
constantly interrupted the speak
ers by yelling at the top of his
voice-"Hurrah for Coley".
His father had brought along
the little girl, apparently about
six, and these two were as quiet
as mice. No one undertook to
quiry little fellow or a bigger
one just behind the writer, who
had a good voice, and lustily
yelled smart sayings at the two
speakers when they spoke a
gainst his idol, "Coley". In
quiring and . information about
the sayings of the other two
speakers, Senator Smith and
Governor Blease, lead us, to say
to our cobred readers, none of
them represents the sentiments
of the best white people of
South Carolina toward the
colored people. The sifting pro
cess going on is demonstrating
that that class is very small in
South Carolina. The writer
knows all four of these men by
sight, and knows Capt. Poilock
personally and have employed
him in civil business. He is by
birth and training what we call
a gentleman. Senator Smith is
-the brother of the late A. Coke
Smith who was a polished chris
tian gentleman and a personal
friend of the writer. "Coke"
Smith was one of the most popu
lar eloquent and successful
Methodist preachers, and one of
the most lovable characters,
South Carolina ever produced.
Mt*. Jennings is one of the
boldest and most successful law
yers in Sumter County and is
very popular. Governor Blease,
everybody knows. He is a chip
of the old block, his father's son.
None of these men can fill the
place South Carolina needs to
have some one fill in the senate
chamber. To the colored people
when it comes to looking out for
the good of the people outside of
color, of the people of the entire
country, W. P. Pollock will make
the best senator,. Jennings and
Smith appear to be in the same
ciass. Senator Smith is evident
ly a Methodist backslider. If he
could come to himself, be less
prc fane and more guarded in his
public utterances, he has by in
heritance and training elements
to make him a potent figure and
seryiceble public servant. Gov
ernor Blease is in a class to him
self. There will be but one Ben
Tillman. There will be but one
Cole Blease, As far a3 the col
ored people are concerned Cole
Blease is an improvement in every
way on Ben Tillman.
In the final analysis it will be
found that any one of these four
men will do the colored people
about as much good as the other
in the United States senate. So
keep cool, and mind your busi
ness, and on the first Monday in1
August go and register and pre-1
pare to help redeem poor South
Carolina, for 'the Huns and Goths
are now sitting on the throne of
Poor South Carolina
Once South Carolina, Virginia
and Massachusetts were a trio of
states, any one of which stood
for what was thought to be great?
and nobie in the Union of states.
The traveler in tnis or any other
country hailing from one of these
states felt proud to let his citizen
ship be known, and usually re
ceived special recognition. It is
not so now with the citizms of
South Corolina, white or black.
Every decent citizen, irrespective
of his color or politics, feels a
shamed of his state. If what
these white leaders of each fac
tion is saying about one another
be true, if it were possible for
the earth to open and swallow
the whole "bunch" the people
the Christian people of the Unit
ed (States would fervently take
off their hats and wipe their nos
es instead of their eyes, and say
"The Lord gave and the Lord
hath taken away. Blessed be
the name of the Lord."
Southern Railway Announce?
Mid-Summer Excursion to Ashe
ville, Waynesville, Henderson
ville, Brevard and Lake Toxa
way, N. C., July 28th, 1914.
The Southern Railway will sell
round trip excursion tickets at
extremely low rates on Tuesday,
July 28th, from Columbia. Rock
Hill, Prosperity, Newberry.
Greenwood, Abbeville, Anderson,
Seneca,, Greenville, Spartanburg,
Union and intermediate points to
Asheville, Waynesville, Hender
sonville, Brevard and Lake Tox
eway, "The Land of the Sky"
The rates from Columbia will
be as follows: Asheville $3.50,
Waynesville $3.75, Henderson
ville $3.00, Brevard $3.50, and
Lake Toxaway $3.50. Propor
tionately low rates from other
Tickets will be erood on all reg
ular crains going on July 28th on
ly and good returning on all reg
ular trains to reach original start
ing point not later than mid-night
of Saturday, August 1st. 1914.
This excursion will afford an
unusual opportunity for a short
summer vacation at a minimum
Ample coach accomodations
will be provided on all trains and
a comfortable trip is assured.
For further information apply
to local ticket agents or address
3. .H. McLean, District Passen
ger Agent, Columbia. S. C.
To Yo?, Mr. Stock Owner
Would you own a horse and let
lim suffer and be satisfied? Why
the horse needs a dentist as well
as the human being does. If you
lave his teeth kept up it will
save other trouble on the horse.
When this is done the animal
will eat better and give you bet
ter service. Do you know that
you give away better stock than
what you buy every year because
you don't call a veterinary sur
geon and ask his opinion about it.
As long as you do so it will keep
you buying stock. Our business
is to take care of the stock and
his owner. The white people
have us to work the same ones
over again and then they sell
them right back to you for the
same price you first paid. Why
can't you dc thc same thing and
save the price of another horse or
mule ? We are called all over
this county todo so for the white
people and you are paying for it.
It is time to wake up and get
busy. We will do the same thing
for you. Yours truly,
.DR. J. H. SIMS.
Veterinary Surgeon and Animal
Dentist, 1518 Williams Street,
Columoia, S. C. Phone 2677.
DR. L. M. DANIELS
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
)ftiee Hours: 9 to 10 A. M. ; 1 to 2 P.MI ;
3 to 4 I?, M. ; 7 to 8 I?, M.
Residence 1610 Sumter Street,
Office, 1109 Washington Street.
PHONE 1429. : : Columbia, S. C.
We have just enlarged our office for your conven
ience. The largest and most complete in State
cool and neatly furnished. All instruments steril
ized before and after each operation. We save
you 50 per cent, on all Work without the least bit
of pain to you and give you a written guarantee
with it. We do what what w^say : We allow you to pay
your bills in small weekly or nHonthly installments, if de
dired. Why delay until it is too late-Come to-day. Estab
ished three years-Here to stay.
Out Patent Suction Teeth
Five Dollars a Set.
Never Slip or Di op. Guatanteed%
Fillings : Gold, Plati
num, Silver and Porce
lain 50c up.
Crowns and Bridge
work $3, $4 & $5.
50c. Free with other
work. We administer
Gas absolutely harmless. !?v
Baltimore Dental Parlor,
Phone 589 Lady Attendant
1329 1-2 Main Street, Over Stork's Grocery Store,
a?" Reference : Our Work and Bank of Columbia *^?a
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Being a practical Tailor as well as a high-class
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better Workmanship for less money,
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Hats, Shirts, Socks . Underwear,
Suit-cases, Umbrellas, Caps, Suspenders,
Sweaters, Neckwear, Gloves, Rain-coats.
Garters, ollars, Bags, Belts.
Ten per cent, Discount to Students aud Minister s \
PHONE OR WRITE
I. S. LEEVY,
Columbia's Leading Tailor,
1221 Taylor Street,
Spring Time is Here
Those balmy mornings when a drink of cold
Soda with the bite in it, or a dish of delicious
Ice Cream with that velvety smoothness .to it
will add to our personality the smiles that won't
come off. I am now informing the public that
for the coming season I will spare no pains in
making my , .
larger and better equipped than heretofore.
Orders for Parties, Picnics, Church and Society
Entertainments will be given special and prompt
Attention. SPECIAL PvATES TO CHUPvCHES
In the Drug Department
A full line of fresh Toilet Articles, Rubber Goods
and Madam Walker's Hair Preparations are kept
constantly on hand.
Our Drug Store,
P. R. REESE, Proprietor.
1105 Washington St. Phone 2820. Columbia
"On thc Job If tts REAL. ESTA
RENTS COLLECTED LOANS NEGOTIATED
HENDERSON H. MOBLEY
Real Estate & Insurance ?gent
Houwi for Colored People on Installment. My
Paying Rent. See me.
PHONE 2159 . . . Poliim
1512 LINCOLN STREET . . * V^OIUIII
Inderson's Royal Palace Shaving Parlor f ^PERT
arith everything sanitary and up-to-date. We serve to please. *
tVhen you need a Hair cut, Shave or Shampoo, make a "B" line
:or our up-to-date parlor at 1114 Washington street.
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OF SOUTH CAROLINA
HEADQUARTERS 150 1-2 TAYLOR STREET. COLUMBIA.
k reliable strong, substantial company. Pays Sick, Accident and
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veek.j Death benefits $10.00 to $125.00. Agents in all paijs of
he ?tate?, i-Owned? ^anaged-?*t?-ee4*trer?e^
rroes. Pays agents liberal commissions: For agency write Rev.
V. P. Dunbar, D. D., G?n?ral Manager. 150 1-2 Taylor St., Colum
na, S. C.
W. H^TH?MAS "
Special Representative The National Co-Operative Realty Company.
Rea/ Estate, Loans and Insurance
1120 Washington Street - Columbia, S. C.
Phone 1488 1015 1-2 Lady St.
Ferguson & Morris
Oldest and Most Reliable
Undertakers & Licensed Enbalmers
in the city, All kinds of Robes, Caskets, and Coffins
to select from. Good Service to be had on all occasions.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Kidney Comp aint
Disappears Lik? the Dew Before the Rising
Sun by the use of the now famous Min
eral Spring Water owned by Doctor
Matilda A. Evans at Villa Nova.
Villa Nova is located about three miles from Columbia on the
'wo Notch road, on an eminence commanding a splendid view for
liles of the surrounding country. Just under the brow of this emi
ence there gushes a flow of pure mineral water that has proven a
oon to hundreds of persons suffering from kidney complaints
What this water has done for others similarly affected it will
o for you. This health giving elixir can be had by calling on or
John B. Evans and David Cannon, Managers
Tie water is on sale at 1019 Lady Street, and will be de
livered to any address in the city.
OFFICE HOURS Phone Nu?ben
9 to ll A. M. - .
2 to 4 P. M. 3047-J
7 to fl p. M. ieee
Dr. W. D. CHAPPELLE, Jr.
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON
Ol- KICK l?FfllDKNCK
2101 Gervais St. 1208 Harden Street
IDEAL PHARMACY COLUMBIA, 8. C.