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The SOUTHERN INDICATOR
Published at ?/6 Washington Sinei,
Col ti ni l>ia, S, C.
Entered ns Second Chis? Mutter
May 8th, 1912, at tue post office at
Columbia, S. C., under thc Act of
March 3d. 187 ?).
C. C. SCOTT, Emmit,
L MORGAN. MANAOKK
Six Mouths. 6??
Three Months . H5e
Advertising Kates Mudo Known on ]
Saturday, October 31, 1914. !
The Carman Mistrial.
As was expected, Mrs. Carman
was not convicted of murder, j
There is surprise however over1,
the failure of the jury to agree j
upon a verdict- The verdict, or
rather the failure of those twelve ;
men to reach a verdict, is a pret
ty clear indication of public opin
ion in reference to the case. Some
people believe Mrs. Carman guil
ty of murder and should be pun
ished. Some believe she killed j
Mrs. Bailey but feel that Mrs.
Carman should be given the same
consideration that would have
been shown Dr. Carman had he
killed a man about Mrs Cannan
under like conditions and circum
stances. Some have doubts about
har guilt, and would not have
convicted her were they on the
jury. Others, and we believe,
they are not numerous, believe
she is innocet?jJm} should have
To our thinking. Dr. Carman
is the worst criminal in this whole
deplorable affair. The question
is, will this matter send him into
deserved obscurity and bring up
on him merited unpopularity and
withdrawal of patronage ;^rtjl sup
port. In their relations with
meta and women the phy?jBfan is
suppose^ to stfenamorafly^n ti
class with the minister of the
gospel. The standard in both
professions or callings, needs
NOTES FROM CL?FUN.
Orangeburg, October 16,- We
have two halNtof cotton sent in
by our patrons for wi ii ch wc
have allowed them ten cent per
Over three hundred mostly
upper class students, have been
Dean Lewisis taking hold with
a strong hand and the student
body are delighted with him.
Miss Ann Rushton of New
fork left in her will two thou-1
sand dollars to Claflin. We
have been notified that the1
money is ready to be paid over.
The Claflin Farm and Truck'
Farm have been unusually sue-j
cesful this year- We will have j
corn and sweet potatoes to sell.!
The Claflin heating plant has
been thoroughly over hauled
this summer at an exoensu of
over two thousand d >!lai\s. A
model Laundry has been complet
ed and equipped during the
summer at an expense of about
five thousand dollars. The girls
will appreciate the inside dryer
that drys the clothes in a few
moments while you .wait, i oe
dryer cost about three hundred
The churches and the schools
must be maintained even if colton
sells at a low price.
Claflin will allow ten cents for
cotton in settlement for old
The homo for self sustaining
girls under the care of Mrs.
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 Business Co loge
under the direction of Miss Julia
H. Dorsey has put in a set of
new Underwood Type-writers,
and is prepared to train both
men and women in all business
Tho. University offers this
year superior instruction in Piano
Music. Advance students wish-'
ing to complete their musical'
educa* iott should take .advantage j
of this rare opportunity.
ora. H. K. eoe*PER "
Crowns & IJridge Work a Special
ty. ( ?as Adiniuislt red
OK Kiel*] Hoi'l?S, 8 a. ii! . to Op. rr.
Auto Tra n sf er
Wi?, L \!VUI. i'r?|)r?rii?i!
Look foi O iklasnl it) No. .">?() when
tlc-it'ing fiisl-e'ass Anio ser
vice. All <. ill~ promptly ar.
s were I ?lay 01 night,
Phones: 2624 or 2445
Residence, -'io1,) ? Icniifison Street
Columba, :;. C.
BI3LG f.TUDY COUPON.
Hillie nnil TriiH S?. ? \\. 17 Hicks
Street |:#'it?!:!j lt. N V.
Kindly send isie Hie \1\b\c
Studies uisirUed Iud ow:
"Where Are thc Deed ?"
"For?ivnblo and Unpardonable
"Whr.t Cs y thc Seri;.'.tu os R?
Gr.ecling Pun?: hr: ." nt?"
"Rich rvl.Tn In Hell."
"In the Cror.i of Christ Wc Glory."
"Mo..t Precious Text."-John
"Er.d of tho Ag? ls tho Harvest."
"Length nn l Breadth, Height and
r)e-'.:-i of God's Love."
"Th_- TI?icF In Paradise,"
"Christ Our Passover ts Sacri
: I "Ti i Risen Christ."
I "FM C?. .'irfntion and Election."
1 Dr- -e cf AM Nations."
?4 ' c*ch'-* R .gr ?ned." . ;
' * s Ce " i..'j ivri^dom."
ii ?"." nt."
.iv ritual I era-* I - Natural ls?
r V ?rer? nf tho Gentiles."
.L - ? i I!?? Lord's Jewels."
. i ru-! ;i Tl y fickle."
..V 13-iry AM Night."
j ' \ ."il is tho f.o..:l7"
j ?. : : img K in-jn."
"Tl-.o H o -2 of I m mortal ?ty."
j "Thc i*, j's D.tuqhter, tho Bride."*
i "C::iamu . ;-Why Pormittod."
' ."Ti-.S'.iny Toward the Mark."
j ^l?r-SW?n 3.-;cnce Unscientific
j wfr -t (jin&iristioru" . ? t
< n Lo-c:'c T?o li! rn."
j -~: S Co" ::j Rule."
.V. . ! ./..o S.TI v,i i ions."
< lt? ?uni St;i!?. .
I 111 *n re ei| t of the a hove cou
?ve will send any one of
thei [? I'.'.hJe S : .lies FKKK; any
I h! "> Iheiti for r> cents
i-!:::..,.-' .:i the entire .",1 for '2~>
rvuu Si: VI ? AT ONCE TO
I'.'r.l.K \!i TI?AJT SOCIETY.
:: ?li. k.- s: . hr.?oklyu. N Y.
F a l U V T ?) R s
Are invited to call at
1319 i-2 Assembly Stree]
Whare nico Meals and Lodging
caa he hud at reasonable rates
mVW ???D .']v K. I'niiiriHor.
1 L. BAILEY
Architect <k Builder
1228 Heidi Street, Columbia. S C
Churches, Rvsidenc? *
STAR TAILOR SHOP
WADIS H. TURZ.WANT. PROP.
Cleaning, Pressing Kt pairing,
A Hering, ! lyeing.
L'tdles' W'nrk'a SprelnU'//.
Phone 13:M. 1112 Washington St.
Soda ' igars
/. \v : ?.ni:, r.n .?? . ri:ri r.
C i i. i'a :: I c..!.'; '. i ;.irl I.OOM
(?et Y'iiir Next Load From
Ch?.8. R. ? avis Cc Bro. Quick
t . fi O . j ? ti Ol
Ki Wailiiiitoii SI I?M'I Phone ?732-.I
A Nt'.v First 'lau Up-To-Oale
Polite Service. Give usa Call,
Pagan &. Brown
1281 Taylor Stn et, - Columbia
For I louses on Kasy Terms, see
L. A. Hawkins
P.eal Estate Agency
Over Avery Jewelry Si ore. IS JU .Main Ul
UI BLE ?STUDY . O N *--- ? ~-x
'SMITTEN OF GOD, AFFLICTED."
Mark 15:23-37.-Nov. 23.
'Surely ll* Imlli burne our griefs, und ?.??.ried
our Harrow.*; get ire did esteem Ulm ulrick'
rn. smitten ni (Jod, und n?heted ' i .ulah
DUKING Un? three years of III?
ministry, the Savior liad giv
en forth Ills vitality freely lu
the healing of diseases. Be
sides this, Ile hail been on a constant
strain without sleep from tho time
Ile hail sent His disciples to prepare
the Passover. Now, condemned to
cruel fix hm hy those for whom He had
sacrificed Ills Heavenly home mid
glory, He was additionally required to
Cttrry His own cross. Ile did so. md il
finally His weakness hindered, and a
passing farmer was compelled to as
Where were Peter. James. John and
the others, that they did not volun
teer assisi a nee?
Douhl less t h e y
were deterred by
around the Savior
w e r e weeping
to them. He said,
"Weep not for
Me, hut for your
selves and your
children." T h e
seeking the mountains
and hills for
protection are assumed by some Bible
students to refer to the great- trouble
which came upon Ibo Jews thirty-sev
en years later, in the destruction of
Jerusalem; and that this trouble fore
shadowed the greater distress which
will occur in the close of this Gospel
"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 ol' tho world is further repre
sented tn the two culprits who were
executed at the same time, one on
either side of Jesus, above whose head
was the inscription. "King of the
Jews." Ono of them railed nt Jesus
as a fraud, bit liter lng Him to manifest
whatever power Ile had by saving
Himself and His associates. Little did
he realize that if Jesus had saved
Himself Ile could not have been thu
Savior of the world!
The other thief befriended Jesus, de
H?Ving thal Ho bad been unjustly ac
cused, 'ruining to Jesus, he expressed
his faith in our Savior by asking a
reward for his kind words. He said.
"Lord, remember mo when Thou com
est" into Thy Kingdom." Tho poor thief
kuCw* that Jesuit t-tttimeti* to tte a Kim*,
and recognized timi Ile was worthy tn
be one, so noble of cha rae'er mid of
appearance was Ile. What if finally,
in the groat beyond, tilts Quo should
prove to be Messiah: The thief would
,at least ft'il (he truth, declare a word
lu His defense ami ask kind remem
brance If this fuie ever reached His
Jesus' answer seems to have been
very generally misunderstood in thc
past. We thought that Ile promised
tho thief to be with Him that same
day in the Kingdom. Yet we knew
that affording to other Scriptures Je
sus Himself was not ill the Kingdom
thal day. but In Joseph's new tomb;
that He dill not rise from the dead,
from Sheol, Hades, the tomb, until thc
third day; and that even then He sai l
to Mary, "I have not yet iiscended r?i
My Father." Kvidently Jesus could
no) lei ve meant (bat He anti the tide'
would be together in Paradise that
I*nrad ?so. lost six thousand vea rs ngt).
will be restored by Messiah in His gio
rions Kingdom The thief has been
sleeping in death, walting for the time
when Messiah's Kingdom will come.
Jesus' answer was in full accord with
this fact-"Verily, I say unto thee I ti
dily (this day when nothing seems
more unlikely than that 1 shall ever
have ?i Kingdom I. thou shall be with
Me in Paradise."
Jesus' Kingdom will quickly turn tin
world lulu a Paradise; and in the res
tirreetion of tin
hosts that ha vi
fallen asleep it:
death, that thiel
will be reineni
bored by t h i
edly a g r e a l
blessing will then
bo his; for his
spoken on tin
cross indicated a
heart, such ns
have blessing in
'thief on the
will lie the first
The Savior's Dying Words.
Tho Master's cry. "My (Jod! My
God! Why hast Thou'forsaken Me?"
attests ?bat He endured to the very
limit the sinner's penalty, which waa
not merely ilea th, but loss of fellow
ship with (bul. In taking Hie sinner's
place. He must for at least a moment
have the full experience of the sin
The cry, "lt is finished:" reminds us
(d' His slalenieiif on the day previous,
"I have ?i baptism to 1)0 baptized W.tfc.
and how am I straitened until it bo
finished." His words. "Father, into
Thy hands 1 commend My spirit," re
mind i -, that He was laying down His
life. He hail not forfeited His right to
lifo, as hail Adam. Therefore Ile
might still speak of lt as His own
spirit. His own right to lifo-merely
surrendered for the time, under tho
Divine promise that lt should be given
Him lu the resurrection.
with its home offices
greatest Negro Insur,
jj! a large number of yo
j Get bu?y, join them ;
Rev. A. P. Dunbar, g?
in g. Call on him Whi
DR. L. M. DANIELS
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Ollie?* Hours: to I" \. M. ; I to li I-.M . ;
:! to -I i?, M. : 7 to S r M.
Residence Hi Hi .-Hunter Street ,
Office, ll?''.) Washington Street, i
P t ION K ? I-?I, : : Columbia, S. C. j
- - ? - ?
OFFICE HOURS: ii lo IO a m . ; I'J tn li
p. m. ; 6 tn sp. m.
DR. B. A. EVERLIT. j
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON J
Diseases of Women and Children j
Office : 2129 Gervais St. Phone 2412-J !
Residence: 1J 00 Pine St.,
I'm?si: sotw-w, COLUMBIA, S. C.
DR. FRANK B. JOHNSON !
ru yuh I vN & SURGEON
1118 1-2 Washington St
ti a. m. i<? I'J m.
.2 ,i. m. to S i', m.
A HM !.;. Ani'olitttlll'lll
DR. JAS H. SIMS
V ET E RIX' A R Y SURG KO N
AND ANIMAL DENTIST
1007 LADY ST - - PHONE 2G77
COLUMBIA, S. C,
1200 Harden Street
Drugs. Sodas, Cigars, Cigarettes
and Drugist Sundries.
J. vV: 'BRUNSQN!
? Merchant Tailor. tlits-$i).00 up,
I Cleaner of Clothes'und Hals for
both Ladies a ul Cents.
803 MAIN STREET
/'titi i'l'si/o/S - W'ctt'Ottlt'
( ic' your Mi-a?s at i?.?.
1018 Washington St.
L?. B, Drown, Prop,
+ * *
M <:ils . 11 111 I' tl ll In IS I?, 111.
* * *
SOI A. t ' U i A I. S & Tor At co
Watch Maker and Jeweler
Watches. Clocks & Jewelry
AU Work Guaranteed
Old Gold and Si Iyer Bought
1104 Washington St.
. .. " ,
Phoenix Lunch Room
. I First Class Crfe for Colored People
11 O'.? Washington St.
Columbia S. C,
m. ?. DAVIS
FIRST -L't ?ft ..ilOHAIAKBK
I LM- ll. L\/> si:ii INC
JAirWork Guaranteed and done
11 on short not<ee.
? 11,119 Assembly st, - ? c'olumMa
A. I. B, Coasey
- TAILOR -
?Clothes pressed while you wait.
PHONE 251 (>
! 1118 1-2 Washington St.
; Carolina Pressing Club
I Suits made to order. Cleaning,
Pressing and Dyeing neatly done
for Ladies and Gentlemen.
G20 Main Street. Phone 2445.
A. N. Neal, Proprietor.
Phone 527 High Grade Tailoring
i W. H. Young
? Kvpcrl CK'iininy I "yeing. Pressing
Call in ana' sec rneY
1118 1-2 Wash. St. Cola. S. C.
ave you heard the startling new!
u have missed it ! What is it? Why
f and Benevolent Association of S. C.
at corner of Bull and Taylor Streets, is the
ance Company in the South. They employ
ur sons and daughters at a good salai ies.
they pay Sick and Death claims promptly,
ineral manager, is always polite and oblig?
le in the city.
AT PAINLESS PRICES.
AJJ work done 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. This can only he obtained b>
having a good Dentist repair them when necessary. Call on
Us we will examine them without any cost to you, and repair
them without the least bit of pain.
We w i'd save you ?0 per cent. Why pay more elsewhere?
All Work Guaranteed. Our Colored Department is-r.he Most^
complete in the City or State.
We do what what we say : We allow you to pay yoi
bills in small weekly or monthly installments, if desire*
Why delay until it is too late-Come to-day. Estabish(
three years-Here to stay.
Om Paient Sm lion Teeth
Five Dollars a. Set.
Never Slip or Di op. Guaranteed,
\ Examination Free
I Fillings : Gold, Plati^
j num, Silver and Porce
! lain 50c up.
! Crowns and Bridge^
work $3, $4 & $5.
50c. Free with other
work. We administer
Gas absolutely harmless. ' ...
BA LT i MORE DENTAL PARLOR
Phone 589 Open always. Lady Attendant
1329 1-2 Main Street, Over Stork's Grocery Store. -v
f??T Reference : Our Work and Bank of Columbia
Undertaker and Licensed .rmMmeri
I am the man who makes it easy for those
whose homes death has visited. A life-like
appearance given each body embalmed by me.
Coffins. Caskets, Robes, and Cars to suit each|
and every one.
Cood services on all occasions,
ii easy to give good services.
My long time experience makes]
OPEN ALL NIGHT
' On the Jok, if /t's REAL ESTA TE' '
RENTS COLLECTED LOANS NEGOTIATED
HENDERSON H. M OB LEY
Real Estate & Insurance Agent
Houses for Colored People on Installment. My Prices like
Paying Rent. See me.
1512 LINCOLN STREET
Columbia, S. C.
T, H. PINCKNEY.
Aside from being a hustling member of the enterprising firm
of Hardy, Pinckney & Biggs. Mr. Pinckney is the sole owner of
the oldeat Negro Barber Shop in CoUunbia which he is successfully
operating at 1320 Assembly ?trgf$$S?^