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5umter. S. C, July 14-17, 1921.
Rf. t w. Williams, D. D., Pastot, Prof: C. A-. Law9on, Supt.
10:04 ^.ii^vH?^**-^ ? ? ~
Alfendale W* R Peter80n' Columbia, and Prof. T. McMillan,
10:45 ^^^^^J^mf' ReV* J- A- Baten' A- B., Bennettsville;
augniate, 4?ev. j. p. Reeder, Rock H?l
12 00 \ff *rr ?i DOLLAR COLLECTION
12.00 ^^^^^?M A??x^ Rev. H. M. Moore President of the
uT?rf ^0rt ?f. Enr?.llm^t Committee. Report of Treas
1 w P ^ ??H 0t Executiv* Committee.
Inn P ^f-J3^00* of officers. Installation.
&.\)\3 x*. M.pAnnouncements and adjournment.
i nn p *r j .. Afternoon Session.
^ M.^Deyotions, conducted by Rev. W. M. Herbert, Columbia, and Rev.
xi. fH. Hill, Laurens.
4:30 P. M t-Welcome Addresses: In behalf of the City of Sumter, Mayor L. D.
Jennings In behalf of the Churches, Mrs. C. A. Lawson. In behalf of
tne Sunday Schools, Miss Rosa Sheridan. In behalf of the B. Y. P.
U. s, Miss Pearle Robinson. In behalf of the Ministerial Union, Rev.
k * ? ?w' pastor in cnaree of Mt. Pisgah A. M. E. Church. In
Dehalf of the Colored Citizens, Prof. J. C. Prioleau. In behalf of the
Missionary Societies, Mrs. M. E. Williams.
r 9a t> Re?ponse?Dr- A- W. Puller, Georgetown.
5:30 PM.j?Address, "The Origin of Cradle Roll and Its Advantages to Our I
Sunday Schools," Dr. E. R. Roberts.
Collection and adjournment.
8:00 P. M^?Devotions, conducted by Mrs. M. L. Moore, Columbia, and Mrs.
S. N. Martin, Ninety-Six.
8:30 P. M>?Educational Sermon, Rev. Richard Carroll, Columbia; alternate,
Rey. A. W. Hill, Aiken.
Collection. Appointment of Committees, Adjournment.
Friday Morning Session.
9:00 A. Mi?Devotions, conducted by Mrs. Flora Clark, Barn well, and Miss
Mamie J. Brock, Greenville.
9:30 A. Mi?Reading of Minutes.
Papers and Addresses.
9:40 A. Mi?"The Perils of the Hour/' Mr. W. f. Wilds, Jr., Georgetown.
9:50 A. M.p-"Sociai Life of the Sunday School," Mr. L. P. Gregg, Darlington.
an<j Mrs. Annie Pendergrass, Rock Hill.
10:15?Institute Lecture, "The Grading of the Sunday School," Rev. D. F.
10.45 A. M.-r-General discussion on the above subjects, 15 minutes.
11:00 A. M.h-"The Influence of Christian Women in the Sunday School," Miss
Joyce E. Jones, Charleston, and Miss Christine Thomas, Anderson.
11:20 A. ML?"The Sunday School, the Teaching Force of the Church," Miss
Effie Gilmore, Jonesville, and Miss Kate Pressley, Abbeville.
11:40* A. ML?"The Sunday School an Asset to Church Life," Mrs. M. C. H.
Diljard, Clinton, and Mrs. Carrie Hammond, Aiken.
Special Selection?"The Charleston Earthquake/* Miss Katharine
; Pawley/ Georgetown.
12:00 M.?% orris College. Dr. J. J. Starks, President. Morris College collec
12:45 P. M.i?Introduction of visitors.
1:00 P. M.H*The Importance of a B. Y. P. U. in Every Baptist Church," Miss
Hattie Cunningham, Laurens, and Prof. P. S. Hicks, Pickens.
1:30 P. Mj?Announcements and adjournment.
4:00 P. M?Devotions, Rev. W. E. Wright, Gaffney, and Rev. D. M. Spearman,
4:30 P. VL\?Institute Lecture. "The Importance of Teacher Training," Rev.
Win. Howard, Darlington.
5:00 P. M??Reports of District Missionaries.
5:30 P. Mf-Benedict College, Dr. C. B. Antisdel, President.
Benedict College collection. Adjournment.
8:00 P. M??Devotions, conducted by Bev. R. W. Kennedy, Spartanburg, and
Prof. E. B. Webster, Florence.
8:30 P. M.?Convention Sermon, Rev. S. J. Rice, A. B., Attendale; alternate,
Rqv. J. W. Mathis, Laurens.
"State Missions," Dr. P. P. Watson or Rev. J. W. Easley.
Saturday Morning Session. ^
9:00 A. M.?Devotions, conducted by Rev. L. M. Keitt, Columbia, and Rev.
C.: P. Parker, Spartanburg.
9:30 A. _"The B. Y. P. U. as a Factor in Our Church Life," Miss Effie
Robinsonr^Jnion, and Miss Isabelle Talbert, Greenwood.
10:00 A. M.?Institute Lecture: "The Bible," Rev. J. P. Garrick, Sumter.
10.30 A. M?.?Our Denominational Schools, Representatives.
11:00 A. M.?Report of committees.
12:00 M.?^General business and adjournment.
8:30 P. M?Annual concert, conducted by Musical Directors.
Collection and adjournment.^
Sunday Morning Session.
9:30 A. M.-Model Sunday School, Prof. C. P. T. White. Rock Hill, ana Miss
P B Singleton, Columbia. , __
10-30 a M ?"The Benefits Derived From Regular Weekly Teachers Meet
ings," Mrs. G. G. Daniels, Beaufort, and Mrs. Emma L. Glover, Winns
U-00 A ^-Missionary Sermon, Rev. P. P. Watson. D. D., Columbia; alter
nate, Rev. C. T. Taylor, D. D., Florence.
Collection and adjournment.
3:30 P. M.-Song Service, conduct*! by Rev, J. H. E: H. Nelson, Bennetts
4-00 P ^-Annual Sermon, Rev. Oliver St. Paul Thomas, D. D., Anderson;
alternate, Rev. W. P. Jones, Charleston.
Collection and adjournment.
8-00 P M -Devotions, conducted by Mrs. W. F. Gaylord, Fountain Inn, and
p b. m. mm
' S6S: HH-SI HReP0Vn ^f Finance Committee. Final Ad
joumment. ^ r ^ MOORE, D. D., President,
S. L. FINLEY, Recording Secretary.
j. w. Goodson Wm. Bonner
GO?DSON & BONNER
The Best Place to Shop
Everything Good to Eat, Ice Cream.
l^e?^Meats and Fish Daily.
Fresh Vegetables, Ice and
Ice Water Free
2421 Gervfcis St Columbia, S. L.
T. t- BLACK'S CAFE.
Meals All Hours. Sandwiches, Pies,
Light Groceries, Candies, Cakes,
Cigars, Cigarettes. ^
Ice Cream* Cold Dratk*
2401% Gervais St Columbians. C.
Cleaning* Pressing and
Yotur Patronage Solicited.
MISS JESSIE L. TROTTIE
Phonos 1744 and S50S-W
H*t| Taylor St Columbia, S. C.
L. A. HAWKINS
Real Estate Agency
"HOMES ON EASY TERMS."
1107 Washington Street
COLUMBIA* S. C
OSIes Hoars: Telepheaea
12 to 1:SS f. ?. *os^ SITI
4 to 7:20 p. m.
DR. N. A. JENKINS
I to U:H a. as. Offiee, 1S2I
Diseases of Women and Office Work.
U4TM WssMagtem m% HOaaptoa
DR. H. H. COOPER
Qeid Crown and Bridge Work a
Special Attention Given Diseases of
Phono 1429. 1126 Washington St
LOCALS AND PERSONALS*
Mrs. Alberta Johnston Murray
I of Charleston spent several days in
the city, enroute from Greenville,
the guest of Miss Alice Felderfcnd
Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Greene.
Mrs. C. G. McWhirter, of
Florence was seen in the city, Mon
day enroute home from the W o
men's Convention in Greenville.
Rev. J. F. Greene, pastor of
Wesley M. E. Church was a pleas-'
jant taller at our office Thursday
'morning and left a job of printing, j
Mrs. Addie Sutton of Catnden,
spent last Monday in the city visit
ing her brother, Mr. I S. Leevy.
Prof. S. L. Finley of Chester was
a visitor in our city last Friday.
Mrs. Hattie Green, Mrs. Annie
Belle Whaley and Miss Daisy
Roach, attended the marriage of
,Dr. Reese of Bennettsville to Miss
[Franki? Johnson at Orangeburg,
Wednesday of last week.
Dr. B. A. Everett, has bought a
new Wyllis Knight Coupe Car.
This makes Dr. Everett'i third car.
Dr. [. G. Stuart has bought a
! new Franklin Sedan car.
Dr. C. E, Stephenson motored
to Laurens last Sunday in his new
Hudson to see the madam and little
[C. E. Jr., who are on a visit.
Edna Hamilton of Atlanta, Ga.
[is in the city visiting her cousin,
Mr. Jas. Artemus of Batesburg,
was at our office last Tuesday and
paid us $2.50 on his subscription.
Lawyer Frederick visited Sumter
Mr. P. W. Bowling, head clerk
at Leevy's accompanied Mr. Leevy
'to Camden and West ville last Sun
day. They motored through the
country. Returning they brought
with them Mrs. Leevy and the
After a very pleasant visit, Mrs.
E. A. Pindleleft for Asheville, N.
C, to visit her nieces, Mrs C. T.
Howell and Mrs. F. A. Evans, af
jter which she will return to her
I home, South Boston, Va.
Mrs. J. H. Hicks has returned to
(the city after spending some time
in Asheville. N. C.
Mrs. SallieLane was called to
Newberry to the bed side of her
(sister, Mrs. Cannon,
j Little Sylvesta Roach entertain
ed quite a number of her little
friends last Thursday afternoon in
honor of her tenth birthday. The
little folks spent quite a pleasant
Mr. and Mrs. Will Thomas of
Greenville spent a few days in
city this week, :<-SMglgjj
The First Anniversary
Dr. H. M. Moore will com
to a close tomorrow, Sunda
night. Dr. J. S. Earle, o
Spartanburg will preach i
the morning. Every body i
MILLINERY?Hats made to order, ol
Hats remodeled and trimmed. WaW
erly Millinery and Dressmaking
Shop, end of Waverley car line.
Edgewold, S C. June 29, 71.
There are only three more weeks
before the Gethsemane Sunday
School Convention will meet with
jt^e Dabney Pond Sunday School
IJuly 22nd. 1921.
All<delegates and friends want
ling to be at the opening of the
Convention will have to leave th?
Seaboard Station in Columbia,
Thursday, July 21st at 3:45 p. m.
I The church is 8 miles from Blaney,
We have arranged to take all dele
gates to church, there being ser
vices at the church Thursday night.
'If you do not come Thursday 3:45
p. m., you will n?t get to the
church until Friday night as there
will be no chance for you to get to
Blaney until 4:30 p m , Friday.
REV. H. J RYAL, President.
Mr. A. P. Hardy, former mem
ber of Hardy and Pinckney Un
dertaking Firm has purchased the
old Royal Theatre Building and is
now remodeling it after which a
nother undertaking firm will be,
added to Columbia's businesses.
Mr. Hardy will have associated
with him in this new^firm, Mr
Write up will appear next week.
BUTLER W. NANCE*
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTAAv
Will metW In a!: roars*. Stai* as*
Paone: Otte* I72x Residence IT27
11071 Waaainsrtoti St. ColwaMa, * t
WANTED?Want you to buy that
next pair of shoes from I. S. Leevy
on Taylor street.
If a collector fails to call on you?
bring or send your dues to the office,!
1505 Taylor street. We need the money,
to keep the paper going. 1
NOTES FROM L?URENS.
he installation services at St. Paul
evaptlst church were successful in
Very Wa>T- Ministers who helped to
^ake them so were: Revs Squires
* )f M. a. Cunningham, S. C.
^ampbeli of Greenwood, J. C. Smart,
E- H. Moore. The choirs of the re
spective church were present and ren-i
aered excellent music.
On Sunday night Dr. D. F. Thomp
son of Columbia preached the installa
tion sermon in a masterful way. In
fact, each speaker's message was a|
masterpiece of eloquence and inspira
Rev. Arbouin, now full-fledged pas
tor of st. Paul, is by reason of his
strong personality, winning many
friends of all denominations.
Miss Hunt, who has charge of the
vocal music department of Cliflin Uni
versity, has been the guest of Miss
L>'dia Sanders for about two weeks.
Miss Hunt left Tuesday for New
Mr. George Adairtof New York was
a visitor in the city for about a week.
Mr. Adair was called here on ac
count of the illness of his brother,
Rev. Ross Adair, who is in a critical
Mrs. Chrissie Rice and Mrs. Lula
Thompson left Tuesday for Chicago.
Miss Ella Fair Dillard, also went to
Mrs. Cbra Dillingham and Mrs.
Alary Williams returned Tuesday
morning to St. Paul, Minn., after
spending quite a while here.
Deacon Press Dean, Miss Mayme
Morange, Messrs. Jas. Stewart, Oneal
Dean and Jas. Starks of Ninety-Six
and members of the church of which
Rev. Arbouin was formerly pastor,
made a pleasant visit here Sunday
and acted as if they wanted to carry
him back with them. We were glad
' have them worship with us.
i rs. W. H. Whitener carried a few
oung folks to the country last Thurs
day for a basket picnic in the interest
of St. Paul church. All declare they
had a good time.
Many of this city have received
cards from Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Gar
rett of Boston, Mass., announcing the
marriage on May 2nd of their daugh
ter, Mayme, to Mr. Aldas S. Ridgeley.
Mrs. Eva Mason, who has been on
:he sick list for several days, is able
;o b? up and about,
j Rev. and Mrs. Reasoner of Irmo,
id Miss Reasoner of Pittsburgh,
>re the guests of Mr. and Mrs. N.
/The~Laurehs Tigers and Anderson
>all team played; two' interesting
james last Monday and Tuesday. The
Tigers won both games.
Mrs. Mary Hampton of Columbia is
ere for a fsw days on business.
Mrs. Florence Mills and Mrs. A. L.
McDaniel went to Sp^rtanburg for
the Mills-Jones wedding this week.
A jolly crowd spent the day at
Boyd's Mill on a fishing party Tues
Miss Mary Austin of Greenville
spent several days here visiting rela
tives and friends.
BANK DIRECTORS ELECTED
The shareholders in The Victory
Bank met Friday of last week and
elected the following Board of Direc
tors: I. J. Joseph, G. L. Ratliffe, ?. S.
Leevy, Mrs. M. W. Holmes, Dr. C. E.
Stepfrensan, D. R. Starks, iG, L.
Floyd, J. H. Goode, W. H. Harvey,
James James, Dr. J. H. Goodwin, T.
J. Neal, L. A. Hawkins, A. P. Wil
liams and Mrs. L. J. Rhodes.
This Board of Directors will in turn
in short, elect a president, two vice
president, a cashier, and assistant
cashier, teller and bookkeeper. It is
hoped that soon the plans of this
much needed institution will be so per
fected that the bank will soon open
its doors for business.
NOTICE. %. ro
Lincoln Memorial cemetery lots are
selling steadily. Leading ministers
and laymen buying. Terms to suit
present financial conditions. The will
o fthe late Mr. F. H. Hyatt provides
for the continuance of the cemetery
on its present basis. For particulars
address or call on Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery Co., 1120 Taylor St., phone
3001, or B. W. Nance, Attorney,
1107^ Washington street.
HATS MADE OLD HATS
TO ORDER MADE NEW
Everything Done in Millinery
and First Class Dressmaking
THE WAVERLEY MILLI
MRS. J. A ROACH, Manager
1200 Heidt Street
End of Waveriey Car Line
PHONE 3422-W COLUMBIA, S. C.
Watch Our Windows for the
Latest and Best Models at
All Work Guaranteed
ADAMS' SHOE REPA?H SHOP
M. E. ADAMS, Proprietor
Quick Service. Give Me a Trial.
1205 ASSEMBLY STREET
S. W. BAILEY
Cleaning, Pressing, Altering and Repairing
Work called for and Delivered.
10151/2 Washington St.
Lincoln Theatre Bldg.
Columbia, S. C.
THE REESE'S DRUG STORE
And Supply Station for Mne. C. J.Walker's Goods
With our regular line of Toilet Articles, Drugs, Sodas, Ice
Cream, Cigars Cigarettes and tobacco we can supply Walker
Agents with foods at the same rate as from home office.
"Prompt And Attentive Semce," Our Motto
1422 Assembly Strsst
Central Lumber and
F. T. HILLER, Prts. & Mgr.
Lumber, Mouldings, Shingles, Laths
Building Material, Asphalt Shingles,
Roofing, Brick, Lime and Cement
We - Guarantee - Prompt - Deliveries
TELEPHONE 352 700 ELMWOOD AVE
Columbia, S. C, on S. A. L. Ry.
Coal and Building Material
Unless the unexpected happens, you will sooner.br later
patronize us. We are adding new customers daily to our
list of satisfied patrons. There is a reason?
Right Goods?Right Prices
If you have never dealt with us, try us?you might like us.
POWELL FUEL CO.
Use Beckwith's "Refinol" Toilet
Preparations for Women and Men
Nature's best assistant in producing an
abundance of beautiful hair and a smooth,
unblemished complexion. We want agents
everywhere, pleasant employment, big re
For the Complexion, Cold Cream, a skin
Ipcleaner with healing properties, 50c. Skin
Food, a nourishing Cream for making thin
necks plump and hollow faces full, 50c.
Bleachene. for those desiring a lighter
complexion, will remove tan, sunburn and
liver . spots. 50c. Peroxide Vanishing
Cream. Protects the skin from exposure
to sun, wind and dust, 50c. Beauty Cake.
Keeps you looking young. You owe it to
yourself to look your best, 75c.
Face Powder. You have but one face,
why disfigure, it with a cheap powder.
Shades. Flesh, Brown, Pink and White, 50c.
Creole Hair Oil. For generally beautify
ing men,'s women's and children's hair, 50c. -
Gloss: Gives the hair that slick, glossy appearance, 35c.
Hair Grower: We guarantee and can prove to you that our Hair Grower
is the most wonderful on the market and is unlike any you have ever
Cocoanut Oil Shampoo Soap: A pure vegetable lathering soap, made of
only the purest ingredients, 50c.
Special Six Week's Treatment for Women's Hair.
Hair Grower, Gloss and Cocoanut Oil Shampoo Soap, $1.25.
Men's Hair Pomade, Creole Hair Oil and Ventilated Night Cap, $1.75.
Men's Straightening Cream. Will absolutely straighten men's hair in
twenty minutes, 50c.
Miss Loys Henry, 712 Calhoun St., Columbia. S. C.
Mrs. Mamie McDaniel, 720 Calhoun St.; Mrs. Toisey White, 1315
Gregg St.- Mrs. Katherine Perry, 1508 Washington St.; Miss Hattie L.
West 315 Bull St.; Miss Rebecca Deas, 619 Taylor St.; Mrs. L. M. Clark,
13<>6 ?lmwood Ave.; Mrs. Sarah Jones, 1325 Gregg St.; Mrs. Maggie Ford,
1712 Washington St.; Mrs. Maggie Kelley, 1231 Scott St.; Mrs. N. F.
Hay^ood 1108 Blanding St.; Mrs. Mamie Summers, 1218 House St.,
Waverly; Miss Essie Ruff, 2308 Calhoun St.: Mrs. Annie Richardson.
Lykesland, S. C.
The Beckwith Mfg. Co.
Formerly The Ambrosia Toilet Co.
2134 Cential Ave. Cleveland, Ohio.
DR. J. H. GOODWIN
Physician and Surgeon
9 to 11 a. m. ti 7 p. ?.
Phones: Office, 102C, Residence, Sitt
llf. Washington 81 Eee. 1IM
Rub-My-Tism is a powerful anti
septic. Cures infected cuts, old
sores, tetter, etc.
Fillings, Plates, Crowns and Sridgee
Office Honrs. relephoaes.
8:36 a. m. to 1:60 p. m. Office 1#33
2:00 p. m. to '.30 p. m. Bes., 3S73
DR. D. K. JENKINS
Sunday by Appointment.
Extraction by ConductiTe Aneetneeif
11071-2 Washington St Columbia, S. C