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Th^gOUTHERN INDICATOI
Published at QI6 W ashington Sheet
Columbia, S. C.
Kntered UK Second (-lass Miine
Ma.\ 8th, 1012, nt the poul office n
Columbia, S C , under the Act o
March 3d. 1871).
I.C. WHITE, EMITOR.
L MOKOAN MANAUKR
SuBSCuitTioN HATE?
One year.il ()
SIN Mouths. 0?
Three Menth? . 85
Advertising Hilten Made Known u
Application
Saturday, June 2G, 1915.
The Appeal for Morris Col
lege.
We commend to the serious at
tention of the people of that de
nomination the appeal,appearini
elsewhere in this paper, ot th
Finance Conimiteeof Morris Col
lege. Tlie plan ia feasible an(
the cause is indeed worthy Tin
response ought, and surely will
be prompt and heany. Morr
College represents what th
Negro Baptists tire doing educa
tionally for themselves. If ever;
Ba])tist would do as requested h;
the finance committee the $5,00<
would be raised easily any Sun
day set apart for that purpose
THE NEWS FROM ABBEVILLE
Abbeville, June 15,-Dear edi
tor: On Friday night June ll
our beloved pastor. Rev. A. W
Brown was with his Mt. Pleas
ant (lock and held conference
which was . called to order at !
o'clock by moderator Brown
The moderator makes a fine
judge fur he will preserve order
On Sunday the 13th, \,as the daj
of much rejoicing. Never before
did this "star shine" brightei
tor travel faster in the "firma
nient" as he (Browji) did morn
i og and evenwij? by preaching
two powerful soul feeding ser
mons.
The Popular Grove Graded anc
High S thool closed out May 28.
Tue annual sermon was preached
Sunday, May 22nd by the Rev.
A. J. C. Johnson. During com
men?aient week some distinguish
ed visitors were present-some
of them were B shop L. J, Cop ir
of Philadelphia Pa. A. M. E.
Kev. Prof. R. K. Brogden, o?
Alien University Columbia, Mrs,
A. W. Coleman and daughter ot
Helena. Mrs. K V. ( '. Williams
who had recently returned from
Washington D. C. and our dear
pastor who made a fine little talk,
a ifl ad vocal ed educating the boys
that the giris would'nt have tc
koop company with criminals and
s aid to the class thal they make a
n ?me and history Bishop Copin
made two good speeches elut ing
t te commencement. Asiele from
a talk or lecture? to Abbeville"
Negroes on Tuesday 25th. oh
w tat stress he put on pure wo
manhood which was the subject
of one girl ?d' the class.
On Friday night May 28th Rev.
Prof. R. Iv Brogden made the
annual address which was very
ti ely and without manuscript,
Allen University was wei! repr?s
ent?e! by the speaker. II'? made
a fine speech and was greeted
with much approval by a recep
tive audience. We thank (?od
for such men as Rev. Prof,
Brogden, who are not afraid
to speak of the evils of our peo
ple, and condemns the wrong
doers.
Prof. J. W, Lee and wife ars
home after finishing work for
the term at Ninety-six'. We are
pleased to have them here.
\liss Abbie; W. Johnson one of
the faculty of Allen University
and little Eliza Nelson are here
with former's parents. Miss
Abbie is a kindergarten teacher
and very fond of little ones but
she must bring home with her a
little Nelson . What does it
mean? Well ask Wm. D. C.M.I).
Messrs A. N Neil and H.
Howard passed through our city
Monday.
The' veteran teacher Miss M. N.
Pinknev after some mem tbs of
hard labor in this city teaching
children, left for her home in
Columbia
Miss Ella V. Richie is home
from North Carolina where she
has been teaching school (Lum
berton N. C.)
Miss Wilhemina Wilson is
home from her work in Union,
where she has been teaching in
the graded school, to the delight
of friends.
The Winnsboro District Con
ference."
9 trie* i
T
The Winnsboro District Con
ference was held in the A. M. E
church May 20 '?A. For the dele
gat?s, ministers and visitors ii
attendance, the pastor, the Rev
J. F Boyd, did all in his powe
to make it pleasant.
Those attending the conferenc
were met at Alston and conveyei
to the church where a large crow?
, awaited their arrival. Earl)
j Thursday morning, long befor
j the conference began, the write
! met two intellectual giants. The;
i were L. A. Hawkins LL. B. an<
|S. J. McKnight. They franki;
j told me that they wanted m
i and all concerned to know tha
they were candidates forelectioi
to the General Conference. Afte
they had conversed with me, dis
playiug their knowledge of th?
church and the legislation neede<
for it. I became compelled ti
! admit that those two live mei
j are worthy of the honor they seek
In his speech before the con
! ference, S. J. McKnigt said tba
j he wanted to go to the Genera
Conference because he knew th?
j wav; becai?se, as some new mei
, would be sent, he would !J?
needed to pilot them about; Prof
Hawkins said that he wanted t(
go because of his efficiency, man
i hood, and principles; because h(
j h cl the courage to strike, in th<
' right way, at any evil. He sak
that he wanted delegates to th?
j electoral college to come dowr
I there., not in any man's pocket
j but governed by principle.
In the organization of the con
ference, Rev. J. F, Young wai
elected secretary. The Rev. Dr
Curry of St Matthews and th(
Rev. I. J. Pruitt were introducer,
and they made it known tha
they too were candidates foi
el ction to the Igeneral confer
ence. The'Rev. Curry claims
that he is able to right some
wrongs. He wants the discipline
so changed that women may be
come eligible as delegates to the
general conference. Rev. I. J.
Pruitt gave satisfactory assur
ance that, if chosen, he would
work for the best interest, of the
church.
On Thursday night, the annual
sermon was preached by the Rev.
j Mr. Pvles. As was to be ex
j peeked, he preached a soul stir
. ring sermon. When the reports
; were called for on Friday, I never
saw money paid more readily.
No excuses were heard. At
: night the Rev. S. M Bowers of
'\ Union preached the educational
i sermon. It was a plain spiritual
doctrinal discourse. Saturday J.
S. Martin and J. J. Geter were
elected lay delegates to the an
nual conference which will be
held in Columbia in November.
Mr. A. P. Harper of White Hall
who, as a layman, is a candidate
for the General Conference was
'introduced. He has executive
?ability, and is kind, friendly and
I lovable. He made a favorable
; impression
,j Sunday was a great day. The
! following preachers preached:
HOa. m.. Rev. M. S. Glenn; lia.
(m.. Rev. J, \V. Lykes, presiding
elder of the district;.) p. m. Rev.
j White; 8 p. ni. Rev. J. N. Burks.
; The sermons were grand espec
I ?ally the one preached by the
' presiding elder.
1 Elder Lykes announced that
over $260 was raised and that
the conference was the best
conference he had held in all his
?life.
John S. Martin.
I IN MEMORIAM.
J In memory of my dear mother,
! Mollie Smith, who departed this
I life June 24th 1914.
i One year this very dav.
i My mother whom I loved,
i On wings of everlasting joy,
j Flew to her home above.
Oh ! how I miss her tender voice,
No human tongue can tell.
' But yet I feel within my heart,
! God ('-etil all things well.
Faithful was she to her church,
Meekly and obediently she]
heard the commands,
And nersistently by her faithful
? labors, *
She is now at God's right hand.
. So dear mother sleep on and
I take thy rest,
I love thee wei! hut Jesue loves
thee best,
j A calm and undisturbed repose,
! Unbroken by the last of foes.
Daughter, R. H. Collins,
I Eastover, S. C. Vv.
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Mrs. L. E. Brook
ice cream on sale
2128 Gervais
on the afte
and Saturda
iWr circle,
j AlJ are cor
I take and
i cause.
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Come one, come all to the
be given foi- tl
PULPIT AID BOARD OF
July 4
Which will be on Monday,
Mrs. A. M. Reddick,
AN URGENT APPEAL f
To the Baptist of South Caro
lina.
We are making tins appeal tc
every Baptist pastor, church, Sun
day School, U"ion and Association
iii the State in the behalf of Morris
College. You are hereby asked and
urged to immediately take a con
tri but ion for the mortgaged debt ol
Morris College, which debt must be
looked after at once.
The amount asked for is twc
dollars ($2 00) from each church,
Union, and Association and one
dollar ($1.00) from each Sunday
School. The amount asked is small,
and we truly hope that no church
Union, Sunday School, or Associa
tion will fail to respond to this ap
peal at once. There are many in
dividuals who can easily give one
dollar ($1.00) and we earnestly
call upon all such to do so.
If any church, Sunday School,
Union, Associatisn or individual
can give more than the amount
asked for, by all means do so, but
?lo not fail to give the amount here
in stated. Kvery dollar contributed
in response to this appeal will be
applied to the college without de
ducting a single cent for expense.
Now brother, the matter is
squarely before you Do you love
your denomination? Do >ou want
it to own something? Then now is
your time to act. Morris College
does not belong to any particular
section, or association; it belongs
to all sections, to all association?, to
the denomination-to one and to
every Negro Baptist of the state.
Now, show whether or not you
care for your own.
We send this appeal to each pastor
with the hope that he will present
it at once to his church and Snnday
school, and help in .whatever u^ay
he can in this vital and pressing
matter.
The reputation of the Baptists is
at stake. Line up and ask God to
help save the two hundred and
fifty thousand (250,000) Baptists
in this state.
Send all money orders and checks
to Rev. Dr. A, P Dunbar. 1601 1
2 Taylor street. Columbia, S, G.
who will promptly receipt you for
the same and have your name and
organization with the amount con
tributed published in the "Pilot",
which is now our official and de
nominational newspaper.
Yours for the cause, Finance
Comittee of Morris College,
J. J. Durham, Iv. W. Bowen, R.
W. Baylor, A. P. Dunbar, chair
man.
June 22, 1015.
PYTHIAN NEWS AND NOTES.
By the Official Correspondent.
Supreme Chancellor Green will
bring to the Supreme Lodge a re
port of a striking Pythian revival.
Surrounded in the main by a loyal
cabinet. Green has kept the organ
ization way in front as the one dis
tinctive Negro organization. As
usual he will be returned to his
station at Columbus.
From all sections there is an
almost universal demand for M. M.
Rodger?, of Texas, to announce
himself for some honor within the
gift of the Supreme Lodge. As
chairman of the Counnitte on Cre
dentials at the Baltimore session,
the Texan made no small reputation
for himself.
Grand Chancellor Henry, of
South Carolina,''will come up with
a startling record for a Grand
Lodge that covers so much of the
State that there iano room for ex
pansion. He r?ffirts thirty-eight
lodges for one year!' ' ?ra
The Pythians pf Kentucky, Jed
by Garvin,are making unpreceden
ted progress. In Seotember they
will dedicate a State temple at
Louisville, which cost $125,000.
Roscoe Simmons P. O. C. will be
the anniversary orator at the Cram!
Lodge in July.
The Grand Lodge of Tennessee,
which meets in July at Knoxviile,
is still congratulating itself on the
eyatipn of Grand Chancellor |
lord to membership on the
ce Committee, the bulwark of
the* 'Supreme Lodge.
Grand Chancellor Mount, the
unique Alabama leader, will beone,
pf the big figure? at Columbus
'and will lead as an administrator.
Supreme vice-Chancellor Jones,
e Calanlhe wizard, himself a very
Annual Barbecue which will
ie benefit of the
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCF
[th 1015
July 5th at the Residsnce of
-:- 615 Blanding Stree
^.prominent citi/.en of Ohio, will b
one of the hosts at Colambus, an?
particularly invites all the news
paper'.men to attend the Suprem
Lodge.
The Supreme Lodge will fitting!]
celebrate the golden jubilee 0
freedom at Columbus. The Suprem
j Chancellor announces that the ju
bilee orator will be Roscoe Con
kling ?immous.
Sir Henry Avant, brilliant leade
of Arkansas Pythians, is just dos
ing one of the best years ot" his lon j
and happy adminstration. Sir Avail
possesses unusual executive ability
Hutto, successor to Creswill' tin
Georgian Grand Lodge basa bort
leader of men, and a fraternal mir
aeleworker. No Georgian seeking
honors can hope to stand unles?
H otto says the word. The Georgh
Grand Lodge will meetsoonin Sav
annah, and the anniversary oratoi
will be Col. R, C, Simmons.
Pythian leaders are ready to en
dorse the preparation of a history o
Negro knigthood if such is to be pre
pared by competent hands. A Lin
of St?rks would be a good fouuda
tion for a Pythian history.
Sinee the Baltimore Supreme
Lodge, the Pythiaus Sanitorium a
Hot Springs, Ark., that was de
stroyed by fire on the closing day o?
that session, has been rebuilt, anc
John T, T, Warren, the financie!
and manager, will make repon
thereon at Columbus.
Tidringtou, the building Grand
1 Chancellor, will bring a regiment ol
I Hoosiers over into Ohio,
While there have been no great
legal battles since the Baltimore
session. Supreme Attorney Whtkllii
j has been busy, and will make >an
\ interesting report.
The Crand Lod^e, of Texas, un
der Prince, the prince, is erecting
a $100.000 temple in Dallas, wt%e
the Grand Lodge meets in 1916. '
* The finest meeting places in Co
lumbus have been turned over to
the Pythians of Columbus for the
Supreme Lodge. jJS
The Supreme Lodge proper fjmW
open Tuesday, August 17.
REV. MILLER SPEAKS,^
Anderson County June 13.
Mr. Editor, please allow me space
in your most excellent paper to
say a word about our work. We
are planning to have the Little
River Bapt. association of Abbe
ville Co. to meet with the Rocky
Mount Baptist* dhurch near
Honea Path, jfist after the
3rd Lords Day in August 1015.
The pastor Rev. W. H. Miller
with the members are doing all
they can to have it pleasant for
the delegation and friends during
the session. Rev. Miller, is quite
ja faithful pastor. Oufclchureh
has succeeded very s?jt^ssfull\'
since he has been withes?*
Not long since he was called to
to the Hopewell Baptist church
near Laurence and he has
been very heartly received. Rev.
Miller is a graduate of Benedict
College and he preaches an im
compromising gospel. Hopweell
is one of the best church in the
Tumbling Shoals Associosion.
The people are pleased with their
pastor.
IN MEMORIAM.
OF JOSEPH EARLE RUTHERFORD.
June 25, 1014 June 25, 1915
One year ago to-day you slept,
Your voice is heard no more,
We are left here and have wept,
But we'll meet thee on that
bright shore.
Darling Earle thou hast left us
We miss your little footsteps
about our home,
We surely loved thee well, but
Jesus loved thee best,
Sleep on angel sleep on.
Mother
Grandparents
Aunt
"NFWS FROM THE LAND OF
THE SKY."
Hendersonville N C- June 21.
- Rev. M. K. Paige of Asheville,
spent last week in the city, visit
ing Rev. J. W. Beaty.
Mrs. Emma Williams, 3 Ave.
east, is recovering from a long
spell of illness.
Rev. J. W. Beaty will spend
next week in Asheville, N. C.,
Mail Orders
.No need send to the mail order houses
for what you want. We have it here at
the same price, if not cheaper. You
owe usa trial anyway. Send a list of
what you require and let us figure on it.
We have specially laid ourselves out to
execute mail orders and you may rely
on prompt attention. Our PAINT de?
partment is unexcelled in this country.
L?rick & Lowrance
( INCORPORATED)
Columbia, South Carolina.
ALL
LODGE .
SUPPLIES
If you havent our
v_y ci col iwguc
Write for it.
Pins, Charms, Robos,
AU orders filled
PROMPTLY.
sup
T. H. HrtfRY. Gcril. Mg*
712 CALHOUN STREE
"On the fob If IVs REAL ESTATE"
RENTS COLLECTED - LOANS NEGOTIATED
HENDERSON H. MOBLEY
Real Estate Se Insurance Agent
Houses for Colored People on Installment. My Prices like
Paying Rent. See me.
PHONE 2159
1512 LINCOLN STREET
Columbia, S. C.
Phone 1488 I017Lady St.
C. A. Ferguson ^ ^
Undertaker and Licensed Embalmers
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.
Good services on all occasions. My long time experience makes
it easy to give Rood services. 4
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Bad 1?eeth~Bad
One is dependent upon the other. l^MP^'teeth
are bad you may rest assured that your health
will be impaired.in ample time. During these war
times the opportunity is the best ever. Railroad
paid in proportion.
We Give Travel Slips
Fillings in Gold, Plati
num, Silver and Porce
ain 50c to $1.00,
Gas administered.
GolH Crowns and
Bridge Work
$3, $4, $5.
BALTIMORE DENTAL PARLOR
PAINLESS DENTj^RY
Phone 586 Open always. Lady Attendant
1329 1-2 Main Street, Over Stork's Grocery Store.
var Reference : Our Work and Bank of Columbia ~m
attending the Bible Conference
held at the First Baptist church
(white.)
Prof. Wm. Milhr of Johnes
ville S. C. is expected in the city
Tuesday of this week. He is on
his way to Asheville N. C. whore
he will spend three weeks of his
vacation from school.
Miss Hettie Coleman is now
spending a few days in Jones
ville S. C. with her relatives and
friends.
Rev. R. V. Millier, the white
evangelist minister of the city,
preached a very interesting ser
mon, to a large congregation, at
the First Baptist church Sunday
night.
Rev. J. W. Beaty spent Thurs
day of last week in Asheville N.
C.
Mrs. J. W. Neil^^mvU^^^^
list this week.
Rev. Richard Carrol D. D. is
expected in the city at an early
date.
Mr. Geo. Mills is con&ned to
his home on account of illness.
Dr. and Mrs. Morrow of La
felet? Tenn, are visiting in the
city.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Dr. C. E. Stephenson has moved
to 1325 Park street near corner
of Washington street. Callers
will please take notice and govern
themselves accordingly.
Several Fine Bargains.
For homes on easy terms see
m?. I have just had placed with
mp several fine bargains.
' $?. A. Hawkins, real estate a
fncy. 1510 Main St.
|^y.

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