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THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR
VOL VIII COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 15th, 1913 NUMBER 18
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lui the. morning,. Pastor Moore
preached a great sermon immediately
."".cor 'Sundays'School as ' usual. - .
Lijist sunday was another great day
at a?econd Calvary
Inj the morning,. Pastor
iii tho afternoon the regular quar
terly communion services were ob
served. Dr. lt.. W. Baylor conducted
the/to services with the assistance of
Dv. D. V. Thompson and Pastor Moore.
The H. Y. P. U. services wore held
at the usual hour with a good,-attend
aiice..^ i^; ;'>^-> "
vAt nihill Rev. ^.-D. King, the evan
gelist, 'proache? a' powerfdi sermon to
a lafge.and appreciative congregation, I
Collections; for .th?" day^ was good,
Two were, received' for baptism.
i SU-angers and- visiting friends, arc
uhvays made welcome.
See regular order of services else
ATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIA
TION HELD IN ATLANTA.
Tuskegee Institute,; A-U^, Feb. 12.-H
At .thfiL recent"' meeting- cjjt-, the South-,
eastern Inter-collegiate Athletic Asso
ciation, which was hole in Atlanta;
Ga., Lieut. Col. W. II. Walcott, comVj
mandant of cadet's of Tuskogeo Instt
tute, :W.as elected president of the. afl
soci?tionv> A c?nstrucuve program,
was outlined for the com ng year, that
I athletics might, be promoted more';ef-|'
fectively in-Negro colleges in this sec
tion. The following schools and col
leges were/represented- Aj^n|?..Uni:
vers?ty, Clurk .Universi\vv; Morehouse
College, Morris Brown University;- ?f .'
Atlanta Ga.;.- Talladega 'J?llege, Tajia-'j
dega,- Ala,; Tuskegee . nstituf&-Ala
bama; Florida State tJolli?ge^?^alla-i
. hassee, Fla., Attd Allen University Co
lumbla, S. O. l? ' ' W* ' .
Dr. N. F. Haygood, pastor of Sydney
Park C. M. E. Church, :left last Tues
day afternoon for Washington, D. C.,
where he will conduct a ten days'
meeting. The prayers of his many
friends in Columbia go with him that
through him the Master's cause will
be rightly and forcibly championed
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Marshall wish
to inform their many friends that the
marriage of their neice, Alice Aaron,
to James Currie, will be postponed
until further notice. 1318 Barnwell St.,
Columbia, S. C.
Bull Street, Between Ta;
|j Invites you and your friends
?unday 10 a. m. Sunday Sc
Sunday ll a. m., Morning
Sunday 6 p. m., B. Y. P. T
Sunday 7 :30 p. m., Evenin
B Hi. m. m m m m B
We have some of New Yoi
Spring Models in ladies'
stock and other shipments
It would profit you m
line before you make your
No license, no city ta
make it possible for us to s
?If you want] a]hat Ta
your order right in our ow
style you want to select j
End of W
OTING CONTEST AT M
The Waverley Union School, under
liss C. A. Jackson, the very efficient
rincipal aiyl her. efficient corps of
launched ct votiug con- J
?st among the different ushers of the
Two prizes will be awarded the two
lost popular usherB. The one-recelv
ag the highest number of vot?es will
e given the lifst,.prize and the one
ec?lving. the a'n?jfceyhighest? will re
eive the second prize. ' ''.>..
The. 'prises"-'?re?.v:on display at Mr.
bevy's Store at il221 Taylor Street.
\T THE SIGN OF THE
.-, BLUE TRIANGLE
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On Friday, February 4, a group of
!0 girls from Booker Washington High
SchboL met at the Phylhs Wheatley,
Branch, 1823 Assembly Street,' in the'
first regular meeting of J&e Society
)f Friends, Thiajs a~?J^n^??y or
Pinizat??V of tho girls' of 'ithe ;hlgh-)
johool department. Officers- are ait fol
lows: . Eya Lewie, president; Ruby
Hampton, vice president^Rosalle Shel?!
ton, secretary ; Lucile H^jSj? treasurer,;
Bessie Martin, cha ir marf-program com1
mittee; Laura Byhum chairman social
committee;' Flora Dunlap, chairman^
servic^cOmmit^ee,... ' ? ' ? . .. jv
'?. Th?-pTirpos?"^f;th? club ls the. pur^
pose of every Blue Triangle girl-Jo
face litle equareiyit* | .- ? ? ? A
"^Tln, wiW bettorVw?y could they carry
out such~a p??ppBVjthaxi -by/b?ing a
part ot $n ?;rgarii?^i?'r?^ for
?Us purposei Jtiie b'^ -'into;
comradeship-?wit? one'another and into
comi^de^hVp-- wthyje^us christ, "hsllex:
iri?^tliat each experience interpreta
.and strengthens ,the other ; the help:
irig of girls tcunderstand^that com
radeship with Jesus Christ ia related
to j ail*. that 'tixey th ink and. tfo-theijS|
eeeniingly trifling aou as yf?\l as .their
ly, helping girls in their home, school
work, church and community, to live
I. as comrades of Jesus Christ. For
J such is the purpose of the Y. W. C.
A. as regards its girlB.
The club meets the first and third
Friday of each month, at 5 o'clock,
at the Phyllis Wheatley Branch.
See next" week's Issue for the Blue
Mrs. Hattie Sharp of Atlanta, Ga.,
is visit. .? her sister, Mrs. W. J. Mar
shall, 1318 Barnwell St.
Girls, shop early anr- get home early,
i By no means hang around on the
1 streets late at night.
I BAPTIST CHURCH
/lor and Hampton Streets.
to worship with them at all of
Moore, A. B., D. D., Pastor.
rk and Chicago's leading Early
and children's hats already in
on the road.
luch to come in and inspect our
Lxes, no rent, no high clerk hire
ave you money op all purchases,
lilor Made, we will make it to
n work rooms'and we have any
From. Satisfaction guaranteed.
averley Car Line
UNERAL OF MR.
Long before- the hour for the funeral di
Mr. Samuel Frazier at 1 o'clock
unday^'at ?Ebenezer Baptist Church,
ibute "of respect to this dece??t??r^
rolher. He'was a deacon of the above-,
a m cd church and a member of tho
eliglous Ladies' Loyal - j .and^r Men's
rand Union. ' . *
S2ction. Np. 79, ot which, he was a
tomber, was present wlAviheir Ipcal
r?Went, W. E. '-BaTsjhJato^?i??^?-:the
ody/- They-we're assi?tld'^Dy^otheV
ections. -Mr".:" Fr?aier was a., faith
?1 worker in th iii. union ana stood
igh in tho'estimation, of . his fellow
As .the body neared the door the Soj
fety*v members joined the procession:
ind'went- into .the church. Rev. J,
g' FeMer^he general president, walk
id luCTrclit of Johnson, Bradley and'
?orrfe;^*ho were the funeral-'?lirec?
0?S.7- ^ .? .';...:. .?i;- . , . ?:>?
itt', th^.pulpit' < were the following
jreach^rej' Revs! R. R. Richardson*
SV. Junvp'e^-A; Phillips, J. F. ???Cor?.
^icferJ-^ D.. Felder. ^and~i R?v. John
3ftenv p(a^p>; pf %eyCfidr'c^^;''A^^if
by Rev. ;j;?JD^%de$;'o|r'k wasche
hight and .? coldvV?8 ^? ground- j?jy
which' tile Tiord^was'laid.,'' Remarks
made by j presid?nt?'^n??* then i^Kn.w
happy everyi child^rd^'QrSaqe'Vwas$ pTiig.
Prayer-b^??i?. D. "W. White of ^Qtlon
121^Then J*evi .raider nam??V_j^Pi?ql^ J.-;
lipig to sp^9k'-^|feMtof'^^%^
MB? |frns.'%^?f B?rsh, .A^ttaker^1
J?niei^Scurry -and -Rev,. McCormick,
After these had spoken' ?fff? servies;
were,turned over \to tneCi^^r^Ji^y^1
John" Green)'! ^fi? spoke of -tiijS j?e^^e&j
jnftfc^jwW papt^ed /Bro. Fra"??er^j&
pw't^j^ what -ftp
.sfcy aboiU' s?i? looking toward thV va?1
tized Sam he was the first to shout in
the water up until that time of my
pastorate and he did not" leave his> re
ligion in th? water but lived it every
day of his life". After Rev. Jumper's
talk Rev. Green spoke for about 20
minutes and then turned the body over
o the R. L. L. and M. G. U. to finish
the servic?s at the grave.
J. D. Milling.
A Religious Congress to be Held at
Morris College Tuesday, Feb. 22d.
On Tuesday, February 22d (G?orge
Washington's Birthday), Rev. J. J.
Starks, president of Morris College,
Sumter, S. C., invites the ministers of
all denominations in the Pee Dee sec
tion to come to the chapel of Morris
College at 9:30 a. m. until 12:00 noon
and hear a great sermon on "Evange
lism" by a gentleman, who comes from
the far north. Afterwards we will
have short statements by the South
Carolina brethren of all denomina
Come, A Free Dinner Givon to All.
The singing during the day will bc
done by a hundred voices. Good mu
sic will be played by the best bane
in the State. Your soul will be fillet
with power upon leaving these hal
J. J. Starks, Pres, Morris College.
Richard Carroll, Columbia, S. C
Assistant for th's day's me.oting.
The farmers in this section are tr]
lng with an unsettled mind to prepar
for their farms. I am fearful that th
cotton and tobacco crops in this se
lion will be slighted to a large exten
The merchants do not need a tw
ton truck to carry their deposits i
the banks nowadays.
The mission union of Williamsbui
county have Just closed a deliglitfi
session with the Trinity Bapti
I Church, with A. D. Nelson presider
I The installation of Rev. J. D. Nathani
;of Sumter to the Good Hope Bapti
Church will commence-the week befo
the first Sunday in March, 1921. I
is being made welcome by all of t!
neighboring pastors and churches
this section. We hope for him a si
cessful voyage in this field of labor.
On the second Sunday in Janua
we were on our missionary tour wi
Rev. Jas. P. Garrick and his people
Bethel Church, Sumter County. Th
gave us a royal welcome and ask
that we must come aguin. They i
doing good work and are making <
Bethel shine as a new edifice.
J. A. July
?Tbe Bttjie Institute which was con
?cted'.jff^the Mt. Carmel Presbyte
_n*Chi$ch during the past week was
'tdnuf?fey large crowds at each ses
(jjj^^&A. B. McCoy and Miss- For
assisted, by ProL A. A. Adair,
f?t?ict^'S. Missionary, kept things
rcer?stbtg from beginning to end.
he^moauoers and friends feel greatly
jn^fltMrjior the much heLpful in
.ruciioiLwhlch was received from
xlQ^iQ&fflng,. and hope that in the
?lry^?jhfc future other institutes will
B held ?usre. Dr. Ayers and Prof. A.
. ^Adaii^fleserve much credit for the
access j^icli-attended the meetings.
'h^o^HKbtionB were also very good.
''Mraf B^sie' Durham and two inter
stlng-lltye\? children, Demetra and
^alter,.;^,Atlantic City, spent the
reel&entt3with Mrs. Wnunio Gordon
f?Gbnnle Mcnwain. . -
garet Foster and little
np. Margaret, ?f Charlotte,
ty for a f?w'weeks visiting
lecena?tr^Mr. Bell was, u_>' l?S the
Jmjrof ""HU -illness, superintendent of
j^jnprcises were held Sim
eon, at the A. M^-0u;&
tr. Luther BM^TOT
?ere well attended-, appro
wwere made by .various,
tching on the life of the
:hVJS.undi^ School, n- mejnber. of the
?hDir,?? fdithful . worker iu the church
The Calory Baptist Sunday School j I
had ari atjghdaric? last Sunday of 207, | h
collection iAmounted to $15.57.
^irsv Edith Gore of Jeterville is
yisillirrg rwatives in Sharon.
!*^30n,.'thej.|Sck list are: Mrs. Jennie
G/^B^^P^>oomis street; 'little Janie
ie*aader^fend Mr. John Archie Mc
TfMrs. Laura McLurkin and j
!>TJeGr?ff?nreid, Oak street; i
^Blue, -Bailey ?jtreet; Mrs. i
>era, .Ashford street ; Miss J
McCullough, Orchard street.
The Ladies' Church Aid Society of
Calvary Baptist Church is now prac
ticing a play entitled, "Fifteen Miles
Several colored persons are plan
ning to attend the inauguration of
President Harding on March 4th.
Will all the delinquent subscribers
please seo the agent and pay up back
dues and make renewals, so as to con
tinue enjoying the newsy columns of
Dr. W. G. Walls has recently in
stalled a 'phone in his private resi
dence on_ Columbia St., In order that
his many patients will have no trou
ble to reach him.
Mrs. Mary B. Butler has installed
a 'phone in her dressmaking parlor
Ninety-Six, February 15, 1921.
?Ve are glad to welcome Rev. Ma
i and family to our little town. Rev.
ison is pastor of Trinity C. M. E.
Rev. A. A. Pinkney of Verdery, S. 111
preached for us the first Sunday.
B had good services all day.
Mrs. Mattie Jabber, one of the
?chers of the graded school, has
on sick a few days, but we are glad
see her out again.
Mr. Malachi Cunningham and Miss
nie Brimson were happily married
inday evening at the bride's pa
nts home. The bride woro a beautl
I white pongee silk dress, a beautl
1 veil fixed in poke bonnet fashion,
iss Gertrude Brunson,,the bride's
iter, was brides maid. Mr. Boulware
hvards was best, man for Mr.? Cun
ngbam. After the ceremony a real
ce wedding supper was served the|I'
Miss Sarah Joseph was the guest of
iss Virginia . Calhoun Saturday.
Mrs.. Maria Stewart ha3 been real
ck, but her many friends are glad to
;e her up again.
Mrs. . Blanche- Nathan, Mr. James
happoll and Mrs. Smyra Harrison are
a the sick list this week. We hope
ley will soon be out again.
Rev. B. F;. Stewart, principal or our. j
raded' school, reports a good time at
is church Sunday..
Rev. B. F. Stewart will preach at
lethlehem Sunday. We hope ?every
iody will come out to hera him. He
sindeed a splendid preacher.
Georgie A. Parker.
WANTED AT ONCE.
? o ve ral reliable, capable and ener
getic, young men as county agentB to
epresentrv the 'Mutual Relief and
Benevolent Association of South Caro-1
mean business. : -
For particulars, write J. H. Goode, j
General Manager, 1501% Taylor St.,
Columbia, S. C.
on ColumL a St., and her many cus
tomers can now communicate with
her with but little inconvenience.
Rev. A. McLees is conducting re
vival meetings in Gaffney.
Mr. Walter Henry was called to
Charlotte Saturday on account of the
illness of his mother, MrB. E. A. Hen
Prof. and Mrs. Adams, who have
heen conducting a Beauty Parlor here
for several weeks, left Monday for
Florida. Prof. and Mrs. Adams had
a large class here and made many
lellH. M. E.
ers and Calendi
ne and bring a
In loving remembrance of Mre.
ranees E. Davis, wife of Mr. William
?ivis and daughter of Rev. and Mrs.
H. Johnson, who departed thia life
ie year ago this 19th day of Febru
y, to dwell with the redeemed of
ie Lord in the iand of perfect rest.
hou hast gone, dear one, from out
rom mother, father, eiBtera, huaband,
fe love and miss thee still, and
heo will ever linger In our minda.
.OVE TRIBUTE TO MY
In memory of my dear husband,
ames Thompson, who departed thia
fe six years ago, February 16, 1915:
Dearest Jimmie, I do misa thee,
With thy sweet ap? ?miling face;
But I know that thou art happy,
Filled with His abiding grace.
Thou, our love, who hast departed,
From this sinful world of oura,
Knowest not that"l do love thee
But His love is greater than ours.
Go ddid call thee, dearest Jimmie,
From a world of sin and woe;
From across the great, deep waters.
To where thou knowest sin no
For of such is the kingdom of
So said Jesus, in His Word,
And to thee a crown He's given.
And his promise He has filled.
A loving wife,
JENNIE E. THOMPSON.
HQW TO RID POULTRY
MOUSE QF 'STICK-TIGHT*
*" ^fic?-tight" fleas1' b.eed^^i ; Ina
cracks and crevices of brood coops and
poultry houses; also In dry animal or
vegetable refuse, but will not breed In
damp or wet places; therefore, to get
rid of them it is necessary to clean
and spray the houses and runs thor
oughly as well ns treat the birds, say
poultry specialists of the United Statea
Department of Agriculture.
Grease the comb and wattles of the
fowls and chicks with a preparation of
kerosene and lard-1 part kerosene to
3 parts of lard-being very careful not
to use too much of the mixture or get
any of it in the birds' eyes or on other
places where it is not necessary, as it
may cause injury if used too freely.
Clean and spray the coops and houses
thoroughly the same as for poultry
mites; also wet' or spray tho yards
or runs, especially any dry soil about
the poultry houses, such as dirt floors,
with a solution of salt and water, which
helps to keep the ground moist and
prevents the fleas from breeding.
y, Feb. 24