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The Southern Indicator.
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
J. A. Roach.Managing Edita
Rev. H. M. Mooro, D. D., ContribuUn]
Rev. D. P. Thompson, D. D., Contrib
uting, Editor. ... . .
Rev. ?."E. Lowery, D. D., Local Re
porterM fl 3 ? M * ? '
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February 19, 1921
A Great Race Conference is
now a part of history for 1921.
Any honest minister, like an
honest layman will pay his debts
promptly cr report the reason
why. The other class will not.
Now is the time to plant that
ff arden to get early vegetables
The sermons some preachers
preach can't be heard for the
lives they live.
The typhus disease just itt tro
duced in New York by^.itfimi
?rauta from Europe ?is. ?tarking L
Ne^York's - best medical fkill.
The Columbia State should agi
tate the landing of those destruc
tive incomers on the borders of
South Carolina. -
Th? woman or girl of color who
can and does look a white man
salesman or what not, sternly in
the face and transact her busi
ness without a "grin" or un
necessary exchange of words as
other women do our men, the
sooner will that man regard her
more respectful and the more
wiil our men respect her and the
more will she be deserving o'i
"Loveless Love Blues."
Loveless Love Blues is the title
of the latest blues sung by W.
C. Handy, originator of the
blues idea, and better known by
"St. Leuis Blues" and "Memphis
Blues" which ar? known the
world ever. The Q. R S. Com
pany has made a roll of this
number featuring a colored
pianist, James P. Johnson of
New York City. Since January
1st six phonograph companies
have mads phonograph records
of "Loveless Love" as the words
are a novel construction and the
music characteristic of Mr; Han
dy, The chorus of "Loveless
Love" is written in Spanisn tem
po and carries a simple melody
as beautiful as "Silver Threads
Among The Gold." Thesecond
chorus is written in Jazz tempo
and is pronounced by all who
hear it as an innovation in the
song writing game.
Pace and Handy, Music Co
enjoys thi distinclion of being
of being the first to publish a
song with ths laughing trombone
and the first to put' over a song
with Mamie Smith in the records
and the first to lend dignity to
the Blues. This Company is do
ing a pioneer work which in th*
years to come will be pointed to
with pride by members of th?
We Don't Agree.
The Indicator noted that re
presentatives Mason and Stab
ling of Anderdon are contending
th it certain parts of unsettled
aili ia Georgia be reclaimed ny
S uth Cirolina. We don't agree
with tbs gentlemen. South Car
* . .
jlina is too much like Georgia
now and being fearful that this
part of Georgia added to South
Carolina will also add to her dark
blots, we say let Georgia have
ihat sirip of land. Furthermore
werff'ii possible to annex Ander
sga, ^Abbeville, Hampton, Fort
vfttte and like places to the
black record of Geot g ia. The In
dicotor would legislate those
placeB to Georgia without, fur
The Committee Appointed.
We had the pleasure last week
of calling the attention of our
[readers to The Hoy al Theatre, a
I "movie huuse" in this city eon
ducted by whites exclusively for
tne exclusive patronage ox Ne
groes. Th IB Theatre for some
time has been tee topic of dis
cussion among our people be
cause of the little recognition
given those who patronize it, ex
cept to come in great and still
greater numbers to patronize it.
This the Negroes of Columbia
dre tired doing and have really
resolved not to do so much Ung
er. For that reason we had a
tittle Bay last week and suggest
ed that before the leading minis
ters and business men of the city
took any steps to satisfy the dil
satisfied public, that the minis
cers who have the ears of the
people appoint a committee to
wait on the owmer and manager
and lay bare the desires of the I
peoole and if a deaf ear ia given
this committee then take such .
steps as the leading minda think
We gladly say that in keeping
with our suggestion the inter
denominational Ministers Union
has appointed that committee
and the same is at work. We
hoping that this committee will
he able to make a favarable re
port back to the Union next Tues
Just what the demands are
thar, this, committee will make
we do not know but we do know
that with the men of experience
and ability among us to manage
and operate the theatre in everv
branch they certainly ahould be
given positions and that the
theatre should be conducted on a
high order. Nothing lesa than
this should satisfy, nothing leas
than this should be granted.
i ^fengthftn Unidri.
Another step foward for .Co
lumbia's colored' citizenry is the
formulated plan for a large
Building and Loan Association te
help the masses. From first
hand information, this Organiza
tion is a certainty and is only a
matter of time to properly or
ganize which will be done next
Thursday night, February 24th,
at Zion Baptist Church. The
capital s ock is $50,000 at$50 00
per share. Many have already
subscribed for shares and many '
more will subscribe. This ia as
it should be It is high time
that our people in Columbia should
cooperate and combine their for
ces if we would get the recogni
The indicator would urge every
colored man and woman to sub
scribe to the capital stock of thia
new concern and help to put it
into operation al once and here
after when we need money to
buy a home or pay for what we
have let's go to our own.
Let's meet at Zion next Thurs
The iatest introduction under
jim crowism in South Carolina ia
Et bill to jim crow pictures in the
atres That is a white picture
cannot be shown in a colored the
atre and vise versa if the bill ia
carried, And it seems to meet
with favor with the lawmakers;
for it has passed its third read
ng at this writing.
We now have jim crow publia
;arriers, jim crow churches, jim
?row stores, jim crow waiting
.ooms, jim crow clerks, etc., and
t seoms that now we are? to have
im crow pictures. Going some,
fou will have to move up Geor
Somehow or other during the
leat of the jim crow fever law
makers they overlook the main
3sues. Since jim crowism is the
isue we should like to read of
arried bills to prohibit white
len from owning and managing
olored theatres; one to prohibit
'hite lawyers from defending
legroes. one to prevent white
octors from practicing on Ne
mes, one to prevent white in
urance companies and white col
ic tors from insuring and collect
if from Negroes; one to prohib
, white clerks (especially female)
rom serving Negroes; one to.
rohibit white printers from re-)
siving printing from Negroes;
JUST WHAT YOU'VE BEEN /
A br ?ak in th? prices of Woolen?.
? .>< ?
0win?: tn th? Reduction our Woolen Hoases have granted us, we
are able to make a suit from $80.00 upward. See our line before
yeu buy your next Suit QJ Overcoat. . We are experts.and guaran
tee both ?tyle aud fit.
B. Fr PRIESTER
1323 Assembly St. Phone 3763
Xs found at our place. Don't rob-yourself. See our stock of:
all the.latest styles, not samples, but whole pieces of woolen
goods from which yfllir Suit will be made. We are now
carrying a full line oPFrench B ack Serges. Doeskin. Drape;
Broadcloth, Navy Blues and a variety.of fancy styles for
your selection. Polite service awaits your call.
Ladies' Suits, Coaia, Skirts and Dresses made to measure.
A full line of'Furs and Neck Pieces. Coat Suits $29.00 and
up, Long Coats $29^? up, Silk Seal Plush Coats $52.50 up.
Ladies, call and let tis show you these latest styles.
>!. W. BRUNSON .? jjf
713 Maia St. Phone 2162 Columbia, S. C.
OUR Ci RE AT WORD!
?& m sm
?$ t ?.
?? s& ? m
S ? R V ICE was our aim
E very day during 19201
R endering eacH customer the
V ery best SJE R V ICE
In our powe* will be a
C on sta nt feature of our business
E very hour during 19211 \
ALLISON LUMBER e?.
.The SERVICE Yard"
720 Lady Street
DR. \. A. JENKINS,
<.. : ?J ' - . ' ' . , '
U A?j?r aiacttclna for aSrelf years, we .?h ave found .the Held of medi
cine so broad that lt la necessary to limit our practice along "certain
lines in order to do the best work. While we do a very limited
amount of ?enera! practice, we are trying to! confine our work
almost entirety to office practico. We have made a specialty of
Female Diseased Dlaeaaei of the Throat, Removal of Tonsils and
Adenoids, Stomach Troubla, Disease of the Cheat and Joints, Re
moval of Ingrowing; Nails and Nev Orowtbs, and all kinds of office work.
We find that if these alimenta are corrected bet?re they go too long, it
will say? many paUents from hospital op?rations. v;
Office Hours: Telephones:
9:00 a. m. to 11:00 a. m. Office, 8781
12.00 m. to 1:00 p.m. Residence, 3878
3:00 p. m. to 7:00 p. m. >
Office, 1329 Assembly St.. Residence, 2202 Hampton Ave.
>ne to prohibit our women from
1 'griningM in th? f Mea of white
man; on? to prohibit white
irug stor?B from felling Negroes
anything.. The?? and a few pth
?r?. Such billi providing ample
time fer the Negro?? to prepare
to meet tine emergency weald
no doubt bring the Negrees to
gether one fer all way? and make
them place the -eal value on
their dollars; for itteema that
they will only do what "white
folk?" force them to do even for
their very beat interest as a race.
So let thc bills com? "white
We Hope It ia Not True.
"Lord, you know that religion is
-rowing, so cold and sin 1B growing
to bo^d" ls a striking utterance and
i bold confession I heard' made in a
.ecent prayer by a good num. The
tatement is an old worn sentence fre
cently Used tu prayer. We dare criti
ise prayer less we be guility of Judg
ng the heart?and motivo of the per*
on thus engaged by th? use of these
ld common sentemos; none ot us
know how to pray as wa ought." As
re study our condition and . recount
few of our many, blessings we hope
bis expression so earnestly j uttered
in our good brother's prayer is not
There ls every reason for ?thesue
BBSful growth of the Christian re
gion among os. The growth of plant's
epend upon suitable conditions such
s soil, sunshine, rain, cultivation, ste.
Tature plays an Important part, thea
)0, human skill comes in .with its
mtribution. The Christian religion's
rowth among a people depends* upon
[mHar agencies. We have the divine
Ide and human side. The unlgue plan
c redemption has been' wrought by.
eans and the Holy Spirit ls heaven's
sent in the world and mthe Christies
eople are being used by Him in keep
ig alive and very active this religion
h ich in time must reach thai large
roportion so as. to cover the whole
' Let Vs take . time and -count, oar
human, aids which are rightly ?o be
depended upon in their contribution to
the development ot religious growth.
Wo have the home, church, schools,
colleges, universities young men and
women's ' associations temperance
unions, hospitals and many other like
agents which are unknown to UB. It
these are playing their real part in
advancing the one thing upon which,
the destiny ot the whole world de
pends, why do we go mourning before
death, strikes its last and final blow.
But since this suggestive statement,
in the prayer referred to above, meeta
the assent of the large majority of
those listeners lt. is undoubtedly some
thing tilting about this development.
Some of these departments are evi
dently f?ll lng short. Upon which shall
this fault be placed? . Surely the homes
are not at fault. Th?se are the bed
rock of any.nation's civilization. Here
in is the father/priest, prince and
king, and the mother a veritable queen.
The children honor those in ' whose
(aces they first looked, above all other
m the imbodimeztt of purity and love.
They believe in their parents' re
igion and. every thing else until they
ire deceived, then ali. respect and con
Idence take the wings .of doubt and
nbelief and light upon a cliff in an
More anon. H. M. ll gi
BUILDING AND LOAN
All penong interested in the
proposed .People's Building; and
Loan Association, those who have
lubacribed for shares and pros-j
Dective subscribers, are calif d to
neet at Zion Baptist Church,
fext Thursday hight, Feb. 2i nt
I o'clock. Don.t fail to come
ind come on time.
Hats made to . order or old bats
nada new at tho Waverley Millinery
toop,: i?0d' Gervais St
. : ;v -, - ? ...... .-. ; . x ?&
Columbia's Leading Colored
Undertakers & Embalmers
Funeral Supplies at Lowest Prices ?
Complete M b tor f u n e rel Equipment, consisting of
Automobile pearse, Limousines and Ambulance.
- Prices the Same as Horse'Drawn Equipment.
1006 Washington Street 306 West Coffee Street
Phone 1696 Phone 797
i j ?
Everybody knowe us now. Why? Our work haa advertised us. Why?
Becauae it ls thc b ?] nut by any colored shop in the State. Who
says soT All the
.We make our \
of all the- shops.
W? have a lar
. ; x Columbia and in many partB of the
jj We guarantee- the quickest deliveries
it" priesa fr?m S4o:oo and un for Suits and
. & PAUL
- olumbia, 8. C.
1123 Washington Street
(2fyutal : Steile f d- ?Benevolent
the South Carolina Mutual'\ Ins. Go?
The Greatest of Its Kind in The State
OVER 160 AGENTS EM PLAYED
It Gives as Good Protection as Any Bor Less Money..
y\\ An- Investigation Sol jetted.
J. H. GOODE, Gen.
N^ m y ENKINB
We carry a Full Line of Groceries etc at' al! times.
Give me a trial order. We Bolicit your orders. -
601 ASSEMBLY STREET
" COLUMBIA, 6. C.
i Wc Have Warnie Similes
IT'S RIGHT HERE FOR YOU
THE ROAD IS ROCKY
FARE THEE HONEY BLUES
BE SURE AND COME TO OUR NEW LOCATION
Pianos, Player Pianos, Victrolas and all the latest and best
in Records anrT Player Rolla.
TH ET JO H N CH U RCH GO,
1606 Main St. Phone 2000 P. M. Asbury, Mgr.
W C. JOHNSON
H. W. BRADLEY
J. W. MORRIS
Funeral Directors & Licensed Embalmer?
1115 Washington St., i^hone 3500
You ?re cordially tod to visit and baspoet the roll Iseee ar
I? fact, t? all men who aspire, to fc? ftt ?tod .?^^n*?
Sggt^K*1T* SSS?lirte, Collara. Scarf a, HeeleiT, Le*t*
g^g?g^P^ Service and> Genial Smile yeTS
Phe?e aaOl. LOVE B. WOODS.
BUY ALL LEATHER GUARANTEED
8HOE8 for Bien, Women- and Chu
.dren, at L. 9. Leary's, 1221 Taylor
St. Phone 81?.
DR. HARRIET B. DAWKINS
< 'Zone Therapist
Office hours, 9:80 to li;30 Rv m.,
2/t? '4:?O p. in. . * r.
lob? Marion St Cotobia, S.va ^