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title: 'The Southern indicator. (Columbia, S.C.) 1903-1925, June 18, 1921, Image 4',
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MEYER MILL, ELLENTON
AND DUNBARTON DOTS.
A Very useful man gone. On the
third; inst. Saxon Graham died at his
home; near Milletville, S. C. His re
mains were laid to rest at Ned Branch
Baptist Church Sunday, the 5th. The
funerkl was largely attended. He was
a deacon of this church. He was a
loving husband, a faithful father and
a useful officer. He leaves a wife and
several children and a host of friends
and relatives to mourn his loss. We
may pot soon look upon his like again.
Th? Four-Mile Union held its ses
sion jrith the Runs Baptist church the
Fifthj Sunday in May with apparent
success. Let us hope that these
unionis may mean more than simply
the q'oming together and the raising
Wej hope that its aim will be to ele
vate ine race, point its ambition high
er spiritually, morally and inteiect
ually,j fighting against everything that
pulls I our people down, viz., such as
selling blind tiger, immoral living and
the ljke. If we are to rise at all it
mustibe through righteousness.
Mrs|. Ellen Showls of Snelling sec
tion c\ied on the 10th inst. and her re
mains} were laid to rest on the 11th
inst. jit St. Paul Bapitst church. The
funeral was preached by Rev. A.
Chishjolm, who did credit to the occa
sion. ! The crowd was large and or
derly.j May she rest in peace.
Mr.; Henry Williams, that wide
awake and business like farmer,
passeri through Dunbarton and Donora
on rojute to his upper place near
Meye? Mill, S. C He stopped with
Evejry loyal Negro can't help from j
feeling proud over some actions of the
Governor cf Georgia and st.me of iti
humaie citizens who arc- uring such
strenuous efforts to alleviate the. poor
and oppressed Negroes of Georgia,
especially in the peonage cases where
many i poor carnival vassals of our
race are kept in abject slavery. Let
us pr^iy earnestly that God will give
us still more sympathizers in this
great ;irace of white people.
C. ?. Dunbar, delegated from Tus
kegeej to the Y. M. C. A. in North
Carolina, which convened on the 26th
ult. ajad adjourned on the 6th inst.,
en roiite back to Tuskegee, stopped
over and lectured for us at the acad
emy ^?ear Donora, S. C, on the 12th
inst. [He made a strong moral appeal
to his! people, and said that the pur
? pose Of the Y. M. C. A. was to iden
tify, yisi nize and learn the needs of
^Ptheri. , Forty-eight schools and col
^^^^Ssy^ere represented and 111 dele
gates [and distinguished men from va
rious jstates in the meeting.
Dr.!Plato Durham, of Atlanta, says
the hbpe of the world is not in mere
law propagando, but in the hope of
who calls themselves true Christians.
This includes fair dealing to all men,
all nations and all races, regardless
as toi the situations.
Dr.iW. W. Alexander, in the same
meetihg, says no race is static be
cause! they are hitched unto the prov
idence of God. Any race who tries to
set limitations on another race, those
people are shutting out the purposes
of Gcjd. Oh, my people, let us turn
to Goji and live, for it hath been truly
said the purposes of God is just and
rightejous altogether. My last appeal
to the colored sisters on the Four
Mile jfield and elsewhere never lay
down iyour righteous arms, take fresh
courage. Good will towards all.
S. B. Coker.
666 . has more imitations than any
other;Fever Tonic on the market, but
no one wants imitations.
To the Public in General:
The Lincoln Memorial Cemetery Co.,
a corporation chartered under the laws
of the; State of South Carolina, is ready
and offering its beautiful cemetery lots
for sale. This corporation is owned
and controlled by some of the best citi
zens ojf our community?white and col
. ored. !
All churches, lodges, societies and in
dividuals desiring to purchase ceme
tery 10ts for their members and loved
ones, will do well to call on me at my
office, 111071-2 Washington Street, Co
lumbi^, S. C, where they will be shown
the plat of survey of the Lincoln Me
morial Cemetery Company, which is
the most beautiful place of its kind
in and around Columbia, S. C, CLOSE
IN VERY ACCESSIBLE.
A mjonument is to be erected by this
corporation, as a fitting and lasting j
tribute to the valor and courage dis-j
played; by the Negro soldiers who fell)
on the' battle fields of France, follow
ing the flag of OUR COUNTRY.
A grave, free of charge, will he given
to any soldier who has no place to be
laid to rest
PRI?ES EXTREMELY REASON
ABLE] TERMS TO SUIT THE CON
VENIENCE OF THE PURCHASERS.
For further information, call on or
BUTLER W. NANCE,
Attorney for the Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery Co., 11071-2 Washington)
A. D. ROBINSON
1323 Assembly Street
COLUMBIA, S. C
DSL C. I. STEPHENSON
Payaidaa and Sortesi
Beeideaee Paeae SCSI
OSes Pkeae SS3I
OfUe lean: ? to 11:1? A. M.
1:1* to S P. M., ? to S:30 P. M.
Diseases Of We??a and Childrea ?
OPFICB 1414 1-2 Ais*safely St., srer
09Ue Stars: ? to 19 a. m. 19 to 9:
a. a. to a. m.
OB. B. A. BTBBBTT
Paysieiaa sad Sargsaa
Diseases af Wtmsn aad Childraa
Office sad residence, 1329 Pine fj
two blocks from old office.
Paeae INS Columbia, 8.
riti) ? An Up-To Date Line Oi
Ladia* & Children Hats
Ibt 3?aion'* But
Call sad tse Tea?. If yea west yeur
OLD Hat* Made NEW
Srta? Tae? Te US.
I Cs* Do Aaytbiag In Millinsry
Miss Laamie Kennedy
Hours: 9 to 10 A. M. 1 to 2 P. M.
3 to 4 P. M. 7 t 8 P. 1?.
DR. L. M. DANIELS
Physician aad Surgeon
Special Attention GiTen Diseases of
.... Office Residence
1125 Wsshingfcm St. 1410 Sumter St.
Phone 1429 Phone 2564
Cehmbia, S. C.
Made of Black and Bi
With full and "Baby Lo
When made at L
teed. Fit, workrr
teed. Don't forg
Great Tailoring i
j Hundreds of whil
and South Caroli
and style of the
bought from 1. S.
date line of boys's
Spring suits. Du
suits will be sold at $7.C
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN, SEE THE MOST
UP-TO-DATE LINE OF GUARANTEED ALL LEATH
ER SHOES SHOWN ANYWHERE. THE QUALITY IS
GUARANTEED AND THE PRICES CANNOT BE
BEATEN. MEN'S SHOES, $5.00, $7.50, $9.00, $10.00
AND $12.00. WOMEN'S SHOES, $3.98, $6.00 AXP
UP. CHILDREN'S SHOES FROM $1.00 TO $3.50.
WHEN YOU HAVE SHOE TROUBLES THINK OF
AND TALK TO YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS
ABOUT I. S. LEEVY, ON TAYLOR STREET.
Former Price, $1.50, Duri
I. S. LEEV
Learn To Crow Hair
- AND MAKE MONEY_
Complete co*r*? by mail or by Daraos.i ' "
Ltila'ctUtg* of Mair Cultur.V? t??*0*' * ***** fee.
iiort, breaking off, thia or fallinr out^ Hat. ,Pr0ip r!tJ U **** Wr
year uali itch? Hay you aw tha? y#u utu*> e??s?a? Do
-???-?rriZ^fl?_*aormal amountel iimdiutt
Write for Booklet which tells ef the n*niti*r\ZZ , ~7~
steps the hair from fillip out and start, it at ?f ali lcalP ^toaiei,
Beware of imitations-all ef Mm e C j w.i? Crowing
yellow tin boxes. ' w* wal*er preparation* art put up in
A fix week's trial treatment sent te an* h^* u
all money ert?era payable te Mme C J iE" 2 mwl fur 51 - Mrka
AGENTS WANTED. " wlIT?" ^
_j . WRITfij FOki TERMS.
Tat are manufactures1 by
Tka Madam C. J. Walker ftff*
WO North W.,t St., IndianapL .
MONEY TO LOAN.
Money to loan on Household fur
niture, Pianos, Lire Stock and Auto
THE CAROLINA LOAN 4b GUARANTY
152? Main St Paone W
Office Phone 1487. Res. Phone 2315-W
N. J. FREDERICK
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS OF
Attorney at Lav/ and
11071 Washington St., Columbia, S. C.
DR. J. 1. WATTS
Surf eon Dentini
Crown and Bridge Work a
1111 1-S Washington St. Oo&mMa
Over Jehnoon, Bradley & Morm
FOR THE BEST GRADE OF
At prices a* low as the lowest
E. P &F.A. Davis
Tht one price shoe
dealers in Columbia
1710 Main Street
ter grewiag LONG ad
V jm hara
air. et * m afa
DO NOT OILAY? terge
* ?o? KSAftT UUT KAta m
Dozen Pairs of
Slippers for Women
rown Kid of the Very best leather
uis Heels" Bought to sell for $10.
.eevy's, coat collars fit perfectly,
ik. Prompt deleveries guaran
lanship and material all guaran
etsale, Tell your friends of the
Spring Sale at 1. S. Leevy's store.
t's Spring Suits
te and colored boys in Columbia
na will testify to the durability
> guaranteed Boy's wool Suits
Leevy's. Parents, see the up-to
, suits before ordering your boy's
ring this sale boys' high grade
)0, $10, $12 and $15 as long as they last.
SHIRTS ARE BEING SOLD TO YOU BELOW
WHOLESALE PRICES. SILKS AND ALL KINDS OF
SHIRTS IMAGINABLE PRACTICALLY AT YOUR
WE HAVE SEVERAL DOZEN FINE FANCY HOSE
FOR LADIES WHICH FORMERLY SOLD FOR $4.50,
DURING THIS SALE THESE HOSE WILL BE SOLD
FOR $2.98. OTHER HOSE AS LOW AS 25c. AND UP.
HALF HOSE FOR MEN
ing Sale only 98c. Remember the place,
Y, 1221 Taylor St.
ADING MERCHANT TAILOR