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Miss Zoelma Tornar of Jfaw
wia the guest of Miss Ida
l?fhe Cita vis for the last two
itev. E .M.^ Taylor was called
tothepa&torate of Brown Chap-j
I Baptiat Church on the first]
Sunday h July.
iKa Trinity Baptist Church is
a thriving little church in the
Waverley district. Rev. H. M.
Taylor preached for them Sun
day nigh; last
Mrs. L. J. Williams returned
home las1; Saturday after spend
ing six weeks with her daughter,
Mrs. J.k Roach. Little Syl ves
taRoach and Edna Hamilton left
with their grand to spend a few
Prof. 3. L. Finley of Chester
and Prof \ W .W. L. Clark of Sen
eca called by our office Monday
on their way home from the con
Dr. H.M. Moore left last Tues
day for Asheville, N. C, where
he will spend his vacation.
. The Pink and Yellow Lawn
Party given on Dr. Jenkies'
Laws lasjt Monday evening by
the Church Aid Club of Second
Calvary Was largely attended by
The children of the city are
taking Advantage of the new
play groujnd on Benedict College
Campus, j They turn out in large
numbers every afternoon and en
joy themselves to the highest.
Mr. Wijson J. Miles left today
for the mountains of North Caro
ls lina where he will spend eight
i or ten days.
. Wilson jr. Miles, Jr., left yes
terday for Spartaafourg to join
his mother and other children
who loft July 3 for the summer.
Mrs. Maggie Reddick has re
turned toiNew York after a tery
pleasant stay in the city among
friends. Many homes were
thrown open to her bidding her
welcome Ito the city. Parties
were given in her honor at the
homes of ! Mrs. Cannon on Ger
vais St., j Mrs. Lula J. Niles,
on Harden Mrs. Jannie Reese,!
on Walnut and Mrs. Della Clark J
Marion. She was also enter-1 '
on IG?rn?r's Ferry Road,
Canjnon and many other
Misses Catharine and Natalie,
^daughters! of Lawyer and Mrs.
N; J. Fre?eriekief t last Tuesday
for Kittrell, N. C. to attend the
Gonferenee of "Y." giris held at
I that placet. Wo wish-for them a
pleasant ^nd profitable stay.
The Undertakers and all other
_Jbasiness Ifirms who go to white
printers to have their work done
should call on them to support
them in business too
Dr. N.j A. Jenkins has pur
chased a pew model Dodge tour
ing car. j
Mri. Djr. C. E. Stephenson has
bought a new model Dodge for
he personal use
Rev. J J A. Baxter of Asheville,
N. C, came down to the city
last week and accompanied Mrs.
Baxter back home Saturday.
Mrs. G. A. Brown is in Ashe
ville, Nj. C, spending a few
Mrs. ?R. ^W. Jackson is in
Greenville visiting relatives.
Miss Edna Jackson is in
Winn8boro on a visit to her
Dr. J. G. Stuart has purchased
a $4.000 ! Franklin Sedan for his
Misslsadel McKissick, a Bene
dict student and the daughter of
Mr. James McKissick of Cayce,
ia spending the summer in Jack
sonville,! Fia., the guest of her
aunt, Mfc Geiger.
Regalar rates, ?por Inch.....50
Carda of [Thanks .11.00 up
Reading Notices .$1.00 up
Obituaries, Resolutions, etc, $1.00 up
Marriagoaj .~.*2.00 an
If a ccjnector jfails to call on you
bring or jsend your dues to the onice,
1505 Taylor street. We need the money
to keep tjhe paper going.
Wo shall be pleased to receire jcm
locais over the telephone.
Money, saved on mourning hats
when made at Waverley Milinery
MISS JESSIE L. TROTTIE
ffijenoe 1744 and 860S-W
15011 Taylor ft Columbia, S. C
' Bill Heads
Out of Town Orders So
licited, Prompt Delivery
THE SOUTHERN INDICA
TOR, Columbia, S. C.
PLEASED WITH OLD
Columbia, S. C., July 18 '21.
Rev. Chas. Jaggers is doing
great work far a man of his age
in Columbia, S. C, for the bene
fit of the older people. He has
established for them an Old
Folks Home at 2120 Elmwood
Avenue. Never in all my travels
in fifteen years have I had the
pleasure of meeting a man of his
age doing such great work for
the Colored people.
As I am in Columbia on a visit
to see my wife, Mrs. C. C. Left
wrch, for a few days, I called at
the Old Folks Home and was sur
prised to see the older people so
pleasant to each other. They
seemed as if they were all happy,
full of smiles and laughter, and
it made me feel as though they
were glad to meet me. I shook
hands with them all and felt
happy to know that they were
happy and to be in their company
is a pleasure to me. I have
ciever had the privilege before of
t>eing in an Old Folks Home.
^| alao I^^^^?^^^^HI
She morning service with th?
>lder people, and it was well ad
Iresaed by Rev. L. Boles. At
the three o'clock Sunday Sehool
58 scholars were present. I am
elad to see the wonderful work
[>f Rev. Jaggers go, and hope it
will continue. Every one that
can, both white and Colored,
should give a helping hand in
his undertaking. I am willing to
do all I can the few days I am in
your beautiful city of Columbia.
C. G. Leftwich.
Of Knoxville, Tenn.
2ND. CALVARY NOEES.
Rev. Richard Carroll preached
an able sermon at Second Cal
vary Baptist Church last Sun
day morning from the subject,
"GodLooking fora Man" The
Rev. VV. W, L. Clark, principal
of Seneca Institute. Dr. Antisdel,
president of Benedict College,
Rev. Virgil Johnson, and Rev.
Dowdle assisted in the services.
Rev, Battle of Tuskegee Insti tate
was to fill the pulpit at night but
owing to the inclement weather
the congregation did not turn
Dr. R. W. Baylor will preach
Sunday (24th) and baptize in the
morning immediately after the
The friends of the city are in
vited to come out and worship
WANTED?Want you to buy that
next pair of shoes from I. S. Leevy
on Taylor street.
WHERE TO BUY LUMBER
The Central Lumber Co., 700 Elm
wood avenue, and Allison Lumber Co.,
729 Lady street, solicit of our readers,
through their ads elsewhere in this
Issue, their business when in the mar
ket for building material of any kind
at very reasonable prices. And il
would be a favor to the publisher ol
The Indicator if your patronage is
given these two well established ano
business-like firms. Not only will yen
[save money by buying from them, bu
lyou help ail of us.
Try them with your next order.
Lincoln Memorial cemetery lots are
selling steadily. Leading ministers
lend laymen buying. Terms to suit
present financial conditions. The will
e fthe late Mr. F. H. Hyatt provides
for the continuance of the cemetery
on its present basis. For particulars
I address or call on Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery Co., 1120 Taylor St., phone
2001, or B. W. Nance, Attorney
1107 & Washington street.
We have a full supply of certificates
of ordination on hand that we can
sell at 5c. each. Mail orders promptly
THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR.
Patronize those who advertise in
DR. H. H. COOPER
Geld Crown and Bridge Work a
'Special Attention Given Diseases of
Phone 1429. 1125 Washington St
li t? li? ? * bJTm
4 to ? * *m
j. w. Goodsoa Wm Bmam
The Bert Puce to Sh
Everything: 0?d to Eat, Ice Cream,
Fresh Meats and Pish Daily.
Freah Vegetables, Ice and
fce Water Free
2421 Gervais St. Columbia, S. C.
UTLtt w- NANO,
ATTORNEY AT UW AND NOTASV
Will fractieiii an
666 has more imitations than any
other Fever Tonic on the market, but
no one wants Imitations.
Phono: p?et 172, Residence STST
11071 Washlatu* at. Calumate, e. et
666 quickly relieves Constipation,
Biliousness, Loss of Appetite and
Headaches, due to Torpid Liver.
Regql Drug Store
Careful Prescription Druggists
1121-23 Washington St., Columbia, S.C.
Phones 507 and 9171
Our Line of Toilet Articles is Full and Complete.
Come to Us for that Camera, Any Size You Want.
When Thirsty Visit Our Soda Fountain.
What You Want Any Time in Our Line is What We
Have all the Time.
Mavis Talcum Powder 19c.
Palmelive Soap-10c a cak or 3 for 25c
BLACK SWAN MUSIC CORNER
Black Swan Phonograph Records and Piano Rolls
. / .<
All Artists and Musicians used in the Production of these
Articles are Colored. Hear fffaem at The
DOUGLASS REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT CO.
(A Race Enterprise)
We negotiate loans, buy and sell Real Estate, Collect
Rents, Secure Leases, Improve and Develop Property.
Phones, 674 and 379.
H. E. Lindsay, Pres. and Treas. Morris Martin Vice-Pres.
Can It Be Done? Yes we Can Do it
If it's tailoring you would like to have done, let us do it.
If it can be deae, We can do it.
We make to measure any style, Alter and repair.
B. F. PRIESTER
1323 Assembly St. Phone 3763
The public is hereby notified that the firm of
Hardy & Pincknoy having deen dissolved, a new
firm under the name of Hardy & Manigault will
continue the undertaking business at 1012 Wash
ington Street. Motor ambulance service in con
nection -may be had promptly, day or night.
Hardy & Manigault
1012 Washington St. Phone 3922
That Mr. N. J. Jenkins is conduct
ing a fine grocery store at 601 Assem
bly Street and that those in his com
munity should heartily support his
When you need printing of any kind
call at The Indicator's office, 1505 Tay
lor Street, or phone 2637 and we shall
gladly serve you.
WANTET>?Leievy, the clothier, on
Taylor street, wants to sell you your
shirts, collars, ties, socks and hose.
REV. D. B. BISHOP
WITH THE INDICATOF
We wish to announce to the publi<
in general and to our subscribers ii
particular that the Rev. Mr. D. B
Bishop of 2208 Calhoun street thii
city, will hereafter represent The In
dicator in and out of Columbia. W*
solicit of yoa your co-operation in hii
behalf. P&y Yovlt dues to Revi. Bishop
receive his receipt and due credit wil
ge given you at this office.
?\ Alt Work Guaranteed
ADAMS' SHOE REPAIR SHOP|
M. E. ADAMS, Proprietor
Quick Service. Give Me a Trial.
1205 ASSEMBLY STREET
Satisfaction Ladies' Work
Guaranteed. A Specialty.
S. W. BAILEY
Cleaning, Pressing, Altering and Repairing
Work called for and Delivered.
1015y2 Washington St. Lincoln Theatre Bldg.
Phone 2107. Columbia, S. C.
THE REESE'S DRUG STORE
And Supply Stefi?n for Mae. C. J. Walker's Goods
With oar regular line of Toilet Articles, Drugs, Sedas, Ice
Crea?, Cigars Cigarettes and tobacco we can supply Walker
Agents with goods at the same rate as from home office.
/'Prompt And Attentive Service," Our Motto
1422 Assembly Street PHONE 282t
Central Lumber and
P. T. HILLBR, Fret. & Up.
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, yoa will aooner.or later
patronize us. We are adding new customers daily te our
list ef satisfied patrons. There is a reason?
Right Goods-^Right Prices
If you have nerer dealt with u?, try us?you might like ui.
POWELL FUEL CO.
UseBeckwith's "Refinol" Toilet
Preparations for Mo men Men
??^S'-to - ;'Vi-' ;
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
cleaner 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 rempve tan, sunburn and
liver spots, 50c. Peroxide Vanishing
Sream. Protects t|ie 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 mell/is women's ana cnildren'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
used 50c. j*> jilGHE
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.
1326 ?lmwood Ave.; Mrs. Sarah Jones', 1325 Gregg St.; Mrs. Maggie Ford,
1712 Washington St.; Mrs. Maggie Kelley, 1231 Scott St.; Mrs. N. F.
Haygood 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 Central Are. Cleveland, Ohio.
DfL J R GOODWIN Filling* Plates, Crowns a** SHtfsee
?vsician and Su won Office Hours. Telephone*.
Physician ano ??n-so ,;,t ?, m. to 1:50 p. a. Office ISIS
Office Hours 1:00 p. m. to '.30 p. m. Sea* Stft
9 to 11 a m. 4 to 7 e .ss. DR. D. K. JENKINS
Phones: Office, 1011, Residence, SSSS DENTIST
119 Washington St Kes. HH Wank- Sunday by Appointment.
_ - Extraction by Conductive
sores, tetter, etc.