Newspaper Page Text
ivas called in
Mr. Jonas Thcjmas, the big
cotton planter of Mkrlboro county
is in th? city speeding a week
with Rev. Richard Carroll. They
will probably go tojsome country
place or te Battle j Creek, Mich.
Mr. Thomas has Already spent
sometime at Battle Creek. He
and Rev. Richard Carroll are both
suffering with hi^h blood pres
sure. Mr. Thomas was thinking
of spending a fewjdays at Bene
dict College Hospit?l which is un
der the management of Miss A.
Mrs. Janie Max well of Laurens
is in the city as thj* guest of Dr.
and Mrs. J. G. Stukrt.
It is said that Dr.j D. F. Thomp
son will be a candidate in the
election for president of the Bap
tist State Convention, when it
meets in Columbiaj next Novem
ber. Dr. J. S. Earile of Spartan
burg still has his! 4'hat in the
ring'' for the samej position.
Mr. Jonas Thon: as worked on
his farm last year one hundred
twenty mules and ijnade over two
thousand bales of qotton. There
are no boll weevil in Marlboro
county and his jprospects are
great for this ye?r. His crop
consists of long staple seed.
Mr. I. S. Leeyy ?3 getting
things lined up for the National
Business League, which meets in
Atlanta, Ga., August 17th. The
South Carolina delegation will
meet in AugustajGa., and will
take a sleeper fojr Atlanta on
Rev. Richard (jjarroll had a
congested chill last
Dr. J. G. Stuart
and gave relief.
It is said that Df. J. B. Taylor
of Bennettsville, pastor of the
Methodist church, and one of our
wealthiest preachejrs in the State,
is looking for a wiije in Columbia.
Miss Mae Gardner, Miss Daisy
Roach, Mr. A. N. jNeal and Mr.
R. L. Simmons visited the home
of Mr. Simons' p?rjents in Ridge
way last Sunday. I They report a
Mrs. Carrie Douglass of Man:
ning has returned, home after a
successful Summer Normal at
Allen University, j
Mrs, Minnie Byjrd of Blairs,
passed through the city last week
going to the Gethsemane S. S.
Convention, She galled by ourj
office and left a j?b of printing
for which she has pur thanks.
Mrs. Cherry, wile of our true
I_ and tried friend, j Rev. G. W.
J Cherry at Ellejiton, passed
through the eity thjis week on her
way back home frojm Henderson
ville N.-C. where sljie spent sever
al days. She spent a short while
in the city with h!er son, Mr. E.
J. Cherry on Walniit St.
Miss Susie Jaggers and Mrs.
Eugenia Davis left last Tuesday
morning for Ash?ville, N. C,
where they will j spend a few
Mrs. F. Shelton land her little
grand-daughter Elaine Owen left
last Sunday for a visit to her sons
in Chicago. We wiish for them a
pleasant trip. j
Mrs. M. H. Wrjight of Spar
tanburg spent several hours in
the city last Frida^ enroute home
from Cheraw wherje she attended
the session of the) Order of the
Mrs. Janie Reynolds is spend
ing a few days atj Hopkins, her
Mr. I. S. Leevy land Mr. J. H.
Jackson visited thje Gethsemane
S. S. Convention n?ar Blaney last
It is requested ttyat all our new
subscribers, w h b subscribed
through Rev. Bi?hop, will be
ready to pay up wljien he calls on
yeu next week.
We now ask allj of our adver
tisers to be prepared to settle
your advertising \ accounts on
Monday, the 1st oi August when
All city subscribers will please
be prepared Monday to renew
your subscription} We are en
deaving to cover the city within
the nexttwe weekp. If you will
be ready when collectors come a
round'you will sajve this offiee a
deal of trouble and jthereby great
ly oblige us.
Numbers of pebsous who are
not subscribers to jThe.Indicator,
and seera notinclinjed to subscribe
are still flooding |>ur office with
local news. This ijs not fair to as
and we can't afford to publish
them. If you w?nt your local
news to appear, subscribe to the
paper and don't dbpend on your
neighbor's paper, j It is not fair
to your neighbour neither this
Mr N. J. Jenkins' the grocer
at 601 Assembly St., aow gives
S. & H. Green Trjading Stamps.
SMr. Mattison Mack of this city
left last Sunday for New York
where he goes tj) spend a few
We anali be pleasejd to receive jom
We snail be pleasop to r
locals orar the telephone.
IN MEMORY OF
Dr. Charles A very Johnson,
Beloved Son of Rev. and Mrs.
M. G. Johnson,
Who departed this life on 12th.
of July 1920.
By Mrs, Wm. Augustus Allen
[Formerly Miss Clarissa M.
Thy way, O God, are past our ken,
We see the work of Thv dread
And bow, submissive, to the stroke;
But yet we cannot understand.
Why was he called? Tust as he had
Prepared himself for useful life,
The Reaper came, and our dear
Fell at the opening of the strife.
Why should that active brain be
Why stilled fore'er that noble
So many worthless men are spared,
Why should Death aim at Charles
Ah, light appears; by faith, I see
It only proves our Father's love
To call us from this vale of tears
To live with Him in bliss above.
This world has charms but what
I Compared with those of realms
What were a thousand years on
To those who dwell beyond the
Our loved ones would not change
In glory-land they us await,
And joyful will their welcome be
When we arrive at heaven's gate.
O, Father, who for two score years
Has been a Herald of the Cross.
Who, to uplift humanity
Has counted all things else but
O, Mother, whose bright stainless
Has ever been a force for good,
Whose children show the training
Develops Manhood, Womanhood
Weep ye no more; our Charles still
And with dear Maud and Iva
Will haste to greet you when your
Has come to cross the narrow sea.
In Heav'n, the saint's eternal horn
Whose beauty man hath ne'er
All those will meet, who love Him
And never be again beieaved.
Grand Lodges Donate
Mr. I. S. Leevy and Hon. P.
H. Hydrick, member of the Gen
eral Assembly appeared before
the Grand Ledge Knights of
Pythias in the State College
Chapel, Orangeburg, Wednesday
and presented the Fairwold
School to the Grand Lodge. A
most excellent presentation of
the work was made. Fi ve hun
dred dollars ($500) was recom
mended to be given to the school.
Mrs. Wilkinson, President of
the Fairwold School presented its
cause to the Courts of Calanthe,
They donated one hundred dol
lars ($1?0) to the Shcool.
From Bethel A. M. E. Church
To Wesley M. E.
Whereas, the officers and
members of Bethel A. M. Church
learn with regret that their pas
tor was invited by the pastor of
Wesley M. E. Church to preach
during a week anniversary.
And whereas for some per
sonal difference on the part of
seme said (Wesley Church) offi
cial or officials said meeting was
post poned rather than have our
Aad, whereas we are loyal
officers and members of Bethel A.
M. E. Church in particular and
the great connection in general:
Be it resolved, that we the
officers and members of Bethel
Church in church conference as
sembled treat the action on part
of the officers of this church,
(Wesley) an insult not only to
our pastor, but the congregation
and church in general and we be
lieve in the appointive power of
our church which church we love
Resolved further that we be
lieve in the appointive power of
[ our church and are loyal to the
conference appointments and are
NOTICE. # A
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 oi 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.
We have a full supply of certificates
of ordination on hand that we can
sell ?t 5c. each. Mail orders promptly
THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR.
Patronize those who advertise in
DR. H. H. COOPER
Gold Crown and Bridge Work a
I Special Attention Given Diseases of
! Phone 1429. 1125 Washington St
666 has more imitations than any
other Fever Tonic on the market, but
no one wants imitations.
4 to 7:11 p. ^ Wl
** Offis* IMS
Dieea.es of &ALIST
Officia wom?? *nd Office Work.
1107 ? ***Y TERMS.*
C0L^BIA, ?. c.
j. W. Goodson _
p0An,A Wm. Bonner
$?e0^?N & BONNER
Th? Mace to Shop
u. After All
Everything G0od to E
Fresn Vegetables, Ice and
I?e Water Fre?
2421 Gervaisjst,_Col?mMa> g> c
yolrtlraCtlH U ^ *
UI7i Waaaiiftoa gt# ctfwsea. *, fc.
666 quickly relieves Constipation,
Biliousness, Loss of Appetite and
Headaches, dus to Torpid Liver.
Regal 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.
Gome 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.
Palinoli ve Soap 10c a cakjor 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 Them at The
DOUGLASS REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT CO.
(A Race Enterprise)
We negotiate loans, buy and sell Real Estate, Collect
Rents, Secure Leases, Improve and Devj?op 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 lika to have done, let us do it.
If it can be doie, We can dp 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 & Pinckney 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
always willing to abide by the
appointments of our bishop and
Resolved further that we be
lieve it is wrong for the officers
of one denomination to attempt
to pass on the fitness of another
denomination of which it has bo
right or authority to regulate or
Resolved further that we af
firm our allegiance to our great
church, pastor, presiding elders
and bishop and that we look upon
those especially of another de
nomination who seek to do harm
or injury to either with disgust
r> u nr J* Entzminger, Clert
B. * Martin. Chr. Steward B'c
L. A. Hawkins, Chr. Trustee B'c
W. A. .Uung Sec Trust#t B,d
All Work Guaranteed
ADAMS' SHOEREPAIK 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.
1015 V2 Washington St. Lincoln Theatre Bldg.
Phone 2107. Columbia, S. C.
THE REESE'S DRUG STORE
And Supply Station for Mme. C. J.Walker's Goods
With our regular line of Toilet Articles, Drugs, Sedai, Ice
Crea?, Gif ars Cigarettes aad tobacco we can supply Walker
Agents with goods at the same rate as irosa home office.
"Prompt And Attentive Service," Our Motto
1422 Assembly Street PHONE 282?
Central Lumber and
F. T. HILLE*, Pres. * 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, yoa will sooner'or later
patrenixe us. We are adding new customers daily to our
list of satisfied patrons. There is a reason?
Right Goods?Right Prices
If you have merer dealt with us, try us?you might like us.
POWELL FUEL CO.
UseBeckwith's "Refi noi" Toilet
Preparations for^VIomen 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
cleaner with healing properties, 50c Skin
Food, a nourishing Cream for4 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 ana 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,
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 Beck with Mfg. Co.
Formerly The Ambrosia Toilet Co.
2134 Central Ave. * Cleveland? Ohio.
DR. J. H. GOODWIN filing., Plates, Crowns and B rid fee
Physician and Surgeon Office Honrs. r*e?h<*er
nm? UAtM a. m. to l:d0 p. m. Offiee lilt
Office Meure 2:C0 p. ^ to '.30 p. m. w*
9 te 11 a. n. 4 te 7 s, at. DR. D. K. JENKINS
Phones: Office, 1021, fcesidenee, SfSS DENTIST *
HI Washington St les. 1SH Waaav Sunday by Appointment
Extraction by Conductive
sorse, tetter, etc.