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title: 'The Southern indicator. (Columbia, S.C.) 1903-1925, February 12, 1921, Image 4',
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THE VOICE OF THE PRO
PHET IS HEARD AT DUN
I left Augusta on Saturday evening
for Dun barton to deliver a sermon on
Sunday at j Canaan Fair C. M. E-.
Church. Bro. Joseph Lewis met me
at the station with his car and car
ried me to his home 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 is
the pastor i of this splendid congrega
tion. He;is a Christian man and
treated the! prophet well. This is his
second year, and recently he had a
rally that amounted to over $1,000. He
is a good preacher and one of the best
songsters in the State. He teaches
school in Saluda county. The pastor
preached a good sermon in the morn
ing to the society band. Sunday even
ing it rained a little and cleared off
at night 11 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 tor. The pastor and several
others said that it 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.
Croxner, ex-pastor of the church, at
tended both services and subscribed
for the Indicator. After hearing the
prophet he invited him to preach at his
church in Allendale on the third Sun
day in February. Rev. Cherry, a good
Baptist pastor, heard the sermofT. A
nice collection was raised. This is an
other section of South Carolina where
it is a common thing for colored peo
ple to ovin two and three hundred
acres of land. Dea. Rouse, who made
one of thej best crops in life last year
and will make another one this year,
worked hajnd with Bro. Lewis to secure
my services. A great many farmers
are worried because it looks like the
merchants! will not let them have any
guano. Don't be discouraged, a way
will be opened for you. Please don't
)eave the jfarm. On my way home a
committee; met me at the station and
aske<f mejto preach Jor them at Mt.
Moriah Bbptist Church, Ellenton. I
am receiving many letters about the
boll weev|l. I first read the letters
and then j put them in a 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 s?rap basket Before adjourn
ment I called for subscribers for the
Indicator.; The result was: Mrs. R. H.
Isles, $1.5f, Dunbarton (2) ; Rev. S. W.
Cromer, 90c, Bartin, S. C, R. 1, Box 8
(3) ; W. it Lewis, 90c, Dunbarton R. 1,
Box 80 (^) ; Joseph Lewis, 90c, Dun
barton, R.?1, Box 67 (5) ; Lawson Bush,
90c., Duniarton, R. 1. Total, $5.10.
j Rev. Arthur Ross.
RACE [CONFERENCE GET
The first get-together meeting of the
coming Race Conference was held last
Sunday ajfternoon at Sydney Park
Church ^ith Chairman I. S. Leevy
presiding.; The principal speaker
werer Mr! Jos. Norwood, ex-presidert
*ef The Union National Bank, and R*v
Hatwood, j 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 w^rk. A successful Race Con
ference is a certainty.
Thank* to those who send in their
local news to this column by telephone
and by ietter?.
Every business and professional man
or woman needs first class printed
stationer^?the kind we print
BUTLER W, NANCE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AMD NOTARY
Will practice in an coorte, State ani
Phone: (Mice 973, Residence ttlf
11*71 Washington St, Columbia, ft.
I flft? Ab Up-Tojfete Line Of
Ladies & ChOcfren Hate
ih* Season's Bast
Call end See Them. If yen want your
OLD Hats Made NEW
$ring Them Te ME
I Csa Do Aaythin* In Millinery
Mis? L&aaie Kenneriy
1881 Gsrvais St., Celumbia.S.C
j i -
OfHce Hours: -
9 a, m. to 2 p. m.
3 p. m. to 6 p. m.
PR A. J. COLLINS
? Surgeon Dentist
X-RAY WORK A SPECIALTY
Office, 1510 Main St, Phone 3413-J
Residence, 1327 Pendleton Street.
Phone 297W. Columbia, S. C.
j PHONE 1487-J
L A. HAWKINS
Real Estate Agency
-HOMES ON EA8Y TERMS."
1107 Washington Street
! COLUMBIA, S. C
A D. ROBINSON
1323 Assembly Street
OR. C. E. STH>HENSON
Physician and Surf son
Residence Phone 2621
Offlc* Phone 3536
OfUm Hears: t to 10:30 A. M.
1:30 U 3 P. AL, ? to 8:30 P. M.
Dia?il Of Woman and Childrtn a
OFFICE 1414 1-2 Assembly St, ever
Oflee Aeirs: 9 to 10 a. m. If te 2
p. m. 0 to Id. m,
DR. a A. EVERETT
Physician and Snrgeon
Diseases of Women and Children <
Office and residence, 1329 Pine 8
two blocks from old office.
Phone 8063 Colombia, S.
Office Hours Phones
8:30 aV m. to 1:00 p. m. Office, 1026
2:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.Residence,3873
DR. D. K. JENKJNS
1107 1-2 Washington Street,
Columbia, S. C.
All work done according to the
Over Reese,s Drug Store.
Hours: 9 to 10 A. M. 1 to 2 P. M.
3 to 4 P. M. 7 t 8 P. M.
DR. L. M. DANIELS
Physiciap and Surgeon
Special Attention Qiven Diseases of
.... Office Residence
1125 Washington St. 1610 Sumter St.
Phone 1429 Phone 2564
Columbia, S. C.
Many uncalled for Tailored suits now at act
We'' take your measure.Jcut and make trouse;
shop in three hours by the watch for from $:
Suits a little longer at 25.00 up
Shoes of all Si
Shoes for men in genuine Ma
$20 now offered for $9 and
for long service, worth $16.5(
guaranteed quality shoes at \
~ LADIES' SHOES
sm9 Fine Kid Shoes worth $16,00 to $18.00 now offered :
JO Shoes now .
Smart styles for young men worth
styles that sold for $65 and $75 now $3
A few hearywork pants formerly sold for
$5.00 now $2.50. Dress pants reduced
Mow is the time to get that John B. Stetson Hat. The
and $10.00. Felt Hats in all sizes and colors worth u]
A Great line of the latest style caps.Regular price $3.i
. Old Suits Cleane
- REMEMBER, this is yeur pportunity'to buy the bes
FREE SOUVENIRS To the first 500
I. S. LEEV
Sale starts Jai
HTwifli??Tn immisi Tff?|frfa
Learn To Crow Hair
AND MAKE MONEY
Complete coarse by mail or by personal instructions. A dipUxnm from
Leila College of Hair Culture is apastportto prosperity Is your hair
short, breakmg off, thin or falling out? Hare you Utter, eeseaa? Da
your sealp itch? Have you mere than a normtlamount ei ?andiaff?
Mine. C. J. Walker's Wonderful Hair Grower e
Write for Beekiet which-tells of the positive cures of all scalp diseases
steps the hair from falling out and starts it at once to growing
Beware of imitations-ail ef Mme. C. j. Walker preparations are put ud in
yellow tin sexes. F *
a> six week's trial treatment sent to any address by mail ior 11 70 Make
all money orders payable to lime. C. j. Walker. Seno sumps 'for reply.
AGINTS WANTED. WRITE* FORi TERMS.
The goods are manuf aetared by
The Madam C. J. Walker Ufm C*.
640 North West St., Indianapci ;
Office Phone 1487. Res. Phone 2315-W
N. J. FREDERICK
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS OF
Attorney at Law and
11071 Washington St., Columbia, S. C.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Money to loan on Household Fur*
niture, Pianos, Live Steck and Auto
THE CAROLINA LOAN & GUARANTY
152S Main St. Phone Sit
DR. J. B. WATTS
Crown and Bridge Work a
1115 1-2 Washington 8t Cotanta?
Over Johnson, Bradley A Morris
THE BEST GRADE OF
At prices as i
E. P &F.A. Davis
The one price shoe!
dealers in Columbia
1710 Main Street
for growing LONG and
If you have abort, sappy as*! liars*
hair, or if you ara traokM vitfc its**
a *, falHn* hair, bratta* kair, toe
in* scalp, DO NOT DELAY, tot ?osi
>t once, HEART LEAF HAIR TSUXc
then watch t&e good ranHa. It
darkens gray naif ?ad pees sow SS?
Price Ste, sent h% assai e
(j 3f money. Agents wanted,
eaj&e (food money. Write at
tema to ?festa?
SUPO-SULFHO MBDtONB CO.
rs in our
r*--g' cii iif c In a11 of tne latest styles.
OOyS All pure wool suite worth
$12, $18, $20, to $2^5 now reduced to $5, 7.50
10.00, and $12. Now is the time to help your boy. Leery
wil help you to give him that long promised suit.
tyles For the Whole Family
hogany Calf, Good Year Welts worth $18.00
$10. The famous Edmunds Shoes noted
), During Sale Only $8,75. These are
Drices to suit your pocket.
We have a full line of Children Shoes, all guaranteed Pure Leather.
No better shoes made for children than the famous Red Goose School
Shoes. Many styles, all reduced during sale to you at from $1 to $7.
d Young Men's Wear
from $50 to $60 now going for $25 and $35. Conservative
Oto $45. ; e
tst and Warmest Fleece lined un
te for only 50c and -75c per gar
Ribbed Shirts and drawers also
Suits reduced to 98c and $1.49.
mderwears that heretofore sold for
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.
Fuil 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
former prices of these hats were $12.00 and $15.00 We now offer them for $7.50
p to $7.00 now as long as they last at from $1.50 to $3.50.
50 on sale now $1.75to 2.50 Severil dozen caps offered during sale for 50c and 75c.
;d, Dyed Altered, and Relined
t at les& than cost. We carrj nothing but the best/
customers who make purchases. Ask for them.
Y, 1221 Taylor St.
1. 15th and ends Feb. 15th.