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THE VOICE OF THE PRO
PHET IS HEARD AT D?N
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I left Augusta on Saturday evening
ipr Dunbarton to deliver a sermon cn
Sunday at Canaan Fair C." M. ?fe:
Church. Bro. Joseph. Lewis met me
at the station with his car and car
ried me to his ho??? and I spent two
pleasant nights with his family. The
people of this community have been
anxious to hear me for a long time,
but this was the first time that I was
able to preach for them. Rev. Isles ls
'the pastor of thia splendid congrega
tion. He is a Christian man and
treated the prophet well. Thia is his
second year, and recently he had a
rally that amounted to over $1,000. He
ia a good preacher "and one of the best
songsters in the State. He te?ches
school in Saluda county. The pastor
preached a good sermon ih the morn
<" mg to the society band. Sunday even
ing it rained a little and cleared off
at night. I had one of the largest
crowds of my life. After I finished
preaching I called for mourners and
several grown men came forward to
be prayed for. The pastor and several
others said that lt ?looked more like
an August' meeting than a winter ser
vice. I also delivered three prophetic
messages, to the people of this section
that was well received. Rev. S. W.
.Cromer, ex-pastor of the'church, at
tended both services and subscribed
for the Indicator. After hearing the
prophet he invite? him to preach at hiB
church in Allendale on the third Sun
day in February. Rev. Cherry, a good
Baptist pastor, heard the sermofl'. A
nice collection was raised. This is an
other section ol' South Carolina where
it is a common thing for colored" peo
ple to own two and three hundred
acres of land. Dca. Rouse, who made
one of the best crops in life last year
and will make another one this year>,
worked hard with' Bro. Lewis to secure
my services. A great, many farmers
are worried because it looks like the
merchants will not let fernem have any
guano. Don't be discouraged, a way
will be opened for you". Please don't
'eave the farm. On my way home a
committee met nie at the station and
asked me to preach for them at Mt.
Moriah Boptist-Church. Ellenton. I
am receiving many letters about >the
boll' weevil. I tir?t read the letters
and then put them in iv safe until
March, then my secretary will answer
all of them that have a stamp en
closed, and the others will be thrown
into the scrap basket. Before adjourn
ment I called for subscribers for the
Indicator. The reBult was: Mrs. R. H.
Isles, $1.50, Dunbarton (2) ; Rev. S. W.
Cromer, 90c, Bartin, S. C., R. 1, Box 8
(3); W. M. Lewis, 90c. Dunbarton R. 1,
Box 80 (4); Joseph Lewis, 90c, Dun
barton, R. 1, Box 67 (5) ; Lawson Bush,
90c, Dunbarton,. R. 1. Total, $5.10.
- Rev. Arthur Ros3.
RACE CONFERENCE GET
WAS GREAT SUCCESS.
The first get-toge'ther meeting of the
coming Race Conference was held last
Sunday afternoon at Sydney Park
Church with Chairman I. S. Leevy
presiding. The principal speaker
were: Mr. Jos. Norwood, ex-preside..
*y /bf The Union National Bank, and R- .
Hatwood, pastor of Jones Chapel *
M. E. Z. Church. Both speakers made
- very helpful talks. .
Miss Mary A. Lynch also- made a
short and inspiring talk in interest
of her work. A successful Race Con
ference is a certainty.
Thanks to those who send in their
iocal'newa to this column by. telephone
and by letters.
Every business and professional man
or woman needs first class printed
stationery-the kind we print.
BUTLER W. NANCE?
^ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
Will practico In all court*. Stato antf
Phone: O lice 972, Residence 8787
11071 Washington St., Columbia, B. C
I Have An Up-To J}ate Line Of
Ladies & Children Hats
The Season's Best
Call and See Them. If you want your
OLD Hats Made NEW
Bring Them Te ML
I Can Do Anything In Millinery
Miss Lannie Kennedy .
1831 Gervais St., Columbia.S.C
9 a. m. to 2 p. m.
3 p. ra. to 6 p. m.
DR. A. J. COLLINS
X-RAY WORK A SPECIALTY
Office, 1510.Main St., Phone 3413-J
Residence, 1327 Pendleton Street.
Phone 2973-J. Columbia, S. C.
L. A. HAWKINS
Real Estate Agency
"HOME8 ON EASY TERM8."
1107 Washington Street
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
?. D- RO
I 1323 Assen
I ; LO?NS
OR. ?. E, STEPHENSON
Physician and Surf eon
Residence Phone 2621
Office Phono 3538
OSco Hour?: t to 10:50 A. M.
1:80 to S P. M., ? te 8:80 P. M.
D ?Mases Of Women and Children a
OFFICE 1414 1-2 Assembly St,, srer
Barry's Store. --
ufflce Honra: 9 to 10 a. m. 12 te 2:
p. m. 8 to 8 p. m.
. DR. B. A. EVERETT
Pkyiieian and Surgeon
Ui?ea?es of Women and Children r
?llire and residence, 1829 Pine C*
two blocks from old office.
Phone 8063 Columbia. S.
HA, S. C
Office Hours Phones
8:3*/ aV m. to 1:00 p. m. Office, 1026
2:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.ni.Residence,3873
DR. D. K. JENKINS
1107 1-2 Washington Street,
V. . Columbia, S.. C.
All work done according to the ?
Over Reese,s Drug Store.
Hours: 9 to 10 A. M. 1 to 2 P. H.
. . - 3 to 4 P. M. 7 t 8 P. M j
DR. L. M. DANIELS
. Physician and Surgeon
Special Attention Given Diseases of
.... Office Residence
1125 Washington St. 1610 Sumter St.
Phone 1429 Phone 2564
Columbia, S. C.
Lear ii To (
_ AND M AK]
Coinplate course by mail or by per*
Leila College of Hair Culture ia a ]
?hort, breaking ?ff? thin or falling on
your aoalp itch? Have you more than
Mme, C. J. Walker'? W
Write for Booklet which Ulli of the i
.tops tb? bair from falling out and sta
Beware of imitation*-allef Mm?. C.
yellow tin bolas.
& six week's trial treatment sent to a
all ?onay order? payable to Mme. C..
The goad? aro manufactured by
The Madam C. J.
640 North Wait Si.,
Office Phone 1487. Res. Phone 2315-W
N. J. FREDERICK
PRACTICE IN ALL COU RT8 OF
Attorney at Law and
, Notary Public
H07J Washington St., Columbia, S. C.
DB. J. M. WATTS?
Gold Crown and Bridge Work a
1115 1-2 Washington St Columbi
Dyer Johnson, Bradley A Morrie
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mal instruction! ? diplex? from
jutport to pro?p?i:'t jr la your bair
i? Have yoa tetter. ecaemaT Da
a normal am aunt of dandi uriff_
onderful Half Grower.
positive curas of all aealp diseases,
rta it at oner tn growing.
J. Walkar preparations ara pat op in
ny address by mail for 11.70. Make
J. Walker. Send steaips for reply.
WRITE,, FOR. TERMS.
Walker MU Co.
THE BEST GRADE OF
At prices aa low us the LjwesL
E. P&F.A. Davis
The one price shoe'
dealers in Columbia
1710 Main Street
MONEY TO LOA!
Muiicy to loan on Household Fnr~
ilture, Pianos, Live Stock ajad Au&f
"HE CAROLINA LOAN & GU?RANTE
1528 Main St. Phone 2CS
for growing LONG ano
If you have short, nappy and harsh
bair, or If yeti ar? troubled ww das.
aruff, falling bair, breaking hair, Itch1.
lng scalp, DO NOT DELAY, bat uM
it one?, HEART LEAF HAIR TONE,
then watch th* good results. I?
darkens gray half and puta new
Price 50o, ?ant by nail on rec
nf money. Agenta wnp ted. You
?Multa good money. Write at enea ref j
AA special terms to agents. ,
SUPO-SULPHO HBDiOlNB CO,
I J .' ft! . '
Many uncalled for Tailored suits now at actual cost
We take your measure,Jcut "and make trousers in our
shop in three hours by the watch for ?rom $10.00 up
Suits a little longer at 25.00 up
In all of the latest styles. ,
All pure wool suits worth
$12, $18, $20, to $25 now reduced to $5, 7.50
10.00, and $12. Now is the time to help your boy. Leevy
wil help you to give him that long- promised suit.
Shoes of all Styles For the Whole Family
Shoes for men in genuine Mahogany Calf, Good Year Welts worth $18.00
$20 now offered for $9 and $10. The famous Edmunds Shoes noted
for long service, worth $16.50, During Sale Only $8.75. These are
guaranteed quality shoes ?t prices to suit your pocket.
ea' Fine Kid Shoes worth $16.00,to $18.00 now offered for $8/50
We have a full line of Children Shoes, all guaranteed Pure Leather.
No better shoes made for children th?h the famous Red Goose School
Shoes. Many styles, allreduced during sale to you at from $1 to $7.
Men's and Young Men's Wear
Smart styles for young men worth from $50 to $60 now going for $25 and $35.
styles that soid for $65 and $75 now $30 to $45.
A few heavy work pants formerly ^sold for
$5.00 now $2.50. Dress pants reduced
The Best and Warmest Fleece lined un
der suits for only 50c and 75c per gar
ment. Ribbed Shirts and drawers also
Union Suits reduced to 98c anil $1.49.
Wool underwears that heretofore sold for
$12.00'per suit now reduced to $6.00
. Men's Silk Shirts
Worth $18 00 now $9.00. All silk shirts
valued at $12 00 for only $6 00.
Fu i line of shirts in many neat and de
sirable patterns valued at $3 50 now
$1.75. All shirts at wholesale to cus
tomers while they last
Now is the time to get that John B. Stetson Hat. The forme- prices of these hats were $12.00 and $l5.00 We now offer them for $7.50
?nd $10.00. Felt Hats in all sizes and colors worth up to $7.00 now as long as they last at from $1.50 to $3.50.
A Great line of the latest style caps.Regular price $3.50 on sale now $1.75to 2.50 Several dozen caps offered during sale for 50c and 75c.
Old Suits Cleaned, Dyed Altered, and Relined
REMEMBER, this is your apportunity to buy the best at less than cost. We carr} nothing but the best.
FREE SOUVENIRS To the first 500 customers who make purchases. Ask for them.
I. S. LEEVY, 1221 Taylor St.
Sale starts jan. 15th and ends Feb. 15th.