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OFF FOR THE LEAGUE.
The following of the city are
planning to leave for the National
Negro Business Le?gue next Tues
day: Mr. I. S. Leevy, Mr. L. B.
Woods, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Floyd,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Roach, Mrs!
Hattie Green, Mrs. L.J.Rhodes,
Rev. R. Carroll and still others.
Mr. G. C. Kirkland, Westville,
Hon. R. W. Westberry of Sumter!
Dr. J. R. Leevy of Florence, Mr!
jonas Thomas of Bennettsviiie and
others will join? the party in
Miss Ida Lillie Chavis left Tues
day to spend the remainder of the
summer in Kingstfee.
Mrs. Anna Bell Whaley left Fri
day for Washington and Balti
more where she will spend several
The Indicator is bidding many
of its city subcribers "goodbye"
this week not to visit them any
more until they decide to be honest
and pay up back,: present and fu
Mrs. Lillian Goodwin of 1456 N.
St., N. W,, Washington, D. C., is
in the city visiting relatives and
Mrs. Julia Williams Harris and
little son of Savannah are in the
city visiting their parents and
grand parents, Mr and Mrs G. C.
Williams on Harden St.
Mrs. Lucy Super has just re
turned from Brooklyn, N. Y.
where she spent two months with
Mrs. Alice Fisher.
Strange but true, there are many
:>f our supposed best subcribers,
men and women of high standing,
tvho are never prepared to pay
:heir subscription dues. We bid
:hese good bye this week.
Mrs. Ellen Thdmpson spent two
weeks in Asheville, N. C , recently.
Little Misses Ruth andEtienoe
pollins are visiting the Martins in
Mrs. Mattie D. Bates of Camden
(spent a couple of days with Mr.
?and Mrs. J. A. Roach, her relatives
jlast week. Her little son, R. T.
accompanied her. We were de
lighted, to have Mrs. Bates in our
Misses Eliza and Ethel Carr have
Ireturned home alter a two week's
visit to Augusta and Savannah, Ga.
We thank the following city
subscribers for the amounts oppo
site their naipes: Mr. Jonas;
Thomas, $1.50; Mrs. M. Mitchell,
1214Heidt St, ?$1.50; Mrs. M.
$1.00; Mrs. C. Cannon 2229 Ger
vais, .50; Mrs. JJ Chisholm, 1213
Oak, .50; Mrs. E.? Thompson, 2228
Washington, 50; Mrs. C. Price.
1321 Oak, .90; Up A. Parris, 2215
Lady, 75; Mrs. G. C. Williams,
$1.50; Mrs. Janie Starks, 1216 Har
den, $1.00; Mrs.. J. W. Williams,
421 Barnwell, $1 00; Mrs M. An
derson, 330 Pick?ns, .50; Mrs M.
Peay, 1615 Tobacco, .35; Mrs.
Suber, 409 Mariqn, $1.00; Mrs. S.
Garrick, 415 Marion, 50; Mr. G.
W.Jamison, R. 3, $150; Mr. C.
H. Simons, 1407 Richland, $1.50;
Mrs. Thos Green, 806 Laurel, $1;
Mr. joseph Pelot, 1831 Pulaski,
$1.50; Mrs. Rosa Andrews, 2006
Pulaski, $1.25; Mrs. H. Pickens,
1621 Wayne, $1100; Mrs. Martha
King, 1608 Williams, .25; Miss
Josephine Barre 1025 Lady, $1 50:
Mr. P. Sharper, ll29 Washington,
$1.50; Mrs. Daisy Burton, 916
Taylor, .50; Mr. D. D Mozie,
Prof. C. A Johnson, Mrs. C. D.
Saxon and Miss Marian Gardiner
are teaching Summer School in
We are sorry to report that Miss
Bessie Veal formerly of Columbia
now of New York is very ill.
Mrs. Kate Robinson i? spending
the summer tnonths in Boston,
Mrs. Carrie Floyd, of Newberry,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Titus on Blandihg St.
Mr. Albert King, son of Mrs.
Martha King is visiting his brother
in New York. \
Miss Daisy Jenkins is visiting
relatives and friends in Anderson.
We are glad; to report that Mr.
Jas. L. Brown is improving.
Rev. D. M. McGill is conduct
ing a revival meeting in Edgefield,
Mrs. Thomas- Green is home af
ter a very pleas?nt visit to Mr. and
Mrs. L. L.Douglass in Greenwood.
Miss Sarah ;B. White is home
after attending ?Summer Normal at
Hampton, Va. h
Rev. H. M- ! Taylor spent a few
d?ys in Orangeiburg last week
Rev. A. Hi Hatwood left for
New York, Atfe. 1st. He will be
gone several Iweeks Mrs. Hat
wood is also jin the city for the
Mrs. Lula Taylor and little ones
spent Wednesday in Batesburg.
Mrs. Lula phillips of Charles
ton waa in tjhecitya few days
this week od account of the ill
ness of her sifter, Mrs. Altte.
The many friends of Mrs.!
Lizzie Altee will be glad to know
that after a serious operation at
Benedict Hospital she is improv
ing nicely under the professional
care of Dr. F. B. Johnson.
Mr. W. M. Nash, ont of Co
lumbia's reputable citizens pass
ed away suddenly last week.
Rey. H. M. Taylor preached
three nights in the revival at
Trimity Baptist Church.
Mrs. L. E. Brooks is now settled
in her new home 2312 Lady Street
and will be glad to have the
Mr. Dixon Lomax who has been
teaching Manual Training i n
Kentucky is home visiting his par
ents. He spent the week-end with
his brother in Greenville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lewie enter
tained quite a number of friends at
their home Tuesday evening, Aug.
8th. in honor of their daughter,
Mrs. Arabella Goodwin of Balti
Prophet Arthur Ross of Augusta,
Ga., passed through the city last
week on his way to Blairs where he
conducted a revival meeting this
week. We were glad to have him
call by our office as he usually does
when in the city.
Mr. H. T. Daniels of Orange
burg called at our office while at
tending the Good Samaritan Grand
Lodge. Call again Mr. Daniels.
Dr. J. H. Thomas of Camden
was in the city last week on pro
fessional business. He left for for
New York and Philadelphia last
Sunday. He will return by Louis
ville, Ky., to attend the National
Medical Association. The trip
will be made in his new Buick Six.
Hon. and Mrs. R. W. Westberry
attended the Grand Lodge session
of Good Samaritans here this week.
Mrs. N. P. Russell spent a few
days in Denmark with her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Roberts and
the children excepting Vivian and
Henrietta who accompanied her.
They returned home Friday.
Mrs. L. A. Lewie is confined to
her room but very much improved.
Mrs. Virgie McMillian visited
relatives at Ridgeway last Sunday.
Prot Wm. Bogan, an old friend
of The Indicator was in the city
this week attending the Good Sa
maritan Grand Lodge.
A GREAT PAGEANT.
A great pageant to be staged by
the members of Bethel A. M. E.
Church and the Colored Citizens of
Columbia, Fifty-eight years of
Negro progress to be displayed.
Plans are mow underway for ^
very elaborate exhibition which is
to be had Sept. 5th-"Labor Day."
This exhibition promises to be
the most educative as well as in
spiring affair ever staged by Ne
groes in the south.
It's purpose is to show, step by
step, along all lines since his
emancipation. Beginning with
the Negro in his log cabin and
showing his gradual rise and varid
It is the aim of the various com
mittees to have excursions come
from the neighboring towns so that
others may witness this great af
fair as well as Columbians.
By the Committee.
ALL ABROAD FOR NATION
AL BAPTIST CONVEN
TION AT NEW ORLEANS,
LA., SEPT. 7-12, 1921.
'Rev. A. W. Hill, Aiken, S .C.
I Dear Sir: Replying to your letter
! of the 22nd relative to schedule for
? movement to above Convention, Sep
I tember, 1921, beg to advise schedule as
Lv. Charleston . 3:00 A.M.
Ar. Columbia . 6:50 A.M.
Lv. Columbia .7:05 A.M.
Ar. Spartanburg .-.10:25 A.M.
Lv. Spartanburg .ll : 52 A. M.
Lv. Greenville . 1:00 P.M.
Lv. Seneca . 2:05 P.M.
Ar. Atlanta . 4.50 P. M.
Lv. Atlanta . 6:00 P.M.
Ar. New Orleans . 9:40 A.M.
The South Carolina delegation will
collect from various points over the
State, at Columbia, Spartanburg,
Greenville and Seneca. Consolidated
special Pullman cars for the beautiful
city of New Orleans.
Yours very truly,
R. W. Hunt,
District Passenger Agent,
Charleston, S. C.
A. W. Hill, chairman of National
Railroad Commission of National Bap
tist Convention for South Carolina.
A special Pullman will be
provided in Columbia on the
afternoon of the 16th to carry
all delegates from Columbia,
Richland county, and other
counties, to the National Negro
Business League, which meets
in Atlanta on the 17th, 18th
and 19th... A large number is
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DOUGLASS REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT CO.
(A Race Enterprise)
We negotiate loans, buy and sell Beal Estate, Collect
Rents, Secure Leases, Improve and Develop Property.
Phones, 674 and 379.
H. E. Lindsay, Pres. and Treas.
Can It Be Done? Yes we Can Do it
If it's tailoring- you would like to hare dona, let us do it.
If it can ba deas, Wa can do ft.
We make to maasura any style, Alter and npair.
B. F. PRIESTER
1323 Assembly St. Phone 3763
The public is hereby notified that the firm of
Hardy & Pinckney having deen dissolved, a sew
firm under the name of Hardy & Mani gaul t will
continue the undertaking busmen mt 1012 Wash
ington Street Motor ambulant service in con
nection may be had promptly, mr or
Hardy & Mapnigault
1012 Washington St.
expected to leave Columbia.
You are urged to go. Send in
your names at once to I. S.
Leevy, 1221 Taylor St., or L. B.
Woods, 1124 Washington St.
We set type for Colored news
papers, also Catalogues, Maga
zines, Programs Statistics and
all kinds of typesetting. Give j
us a trial and be convinced,
Columbia Linotype Comp. Co.
1110 Taylor St., Columbia, S. C.
AT THE SIGN OF THE
; Once again, on every hand one
hears echoes of a woaderful time
at Conference, On July 19th. a
delegation from the Phyllis
Wheatly Branch went to Kittrell.
N. C., to the second annual Girl's
Conference under the auspices
of the Y. W. C. Oar delegation
consisted of Mesdames C. D.
Saxon, A. L. Hopkins, C. B.
Rutherford; Misses L. A. Norris,
E. I. Thompson, B. Simons,
Naomi Garrett, Laura Bynum,
Edna Thorn, Malinda Washing
ton, Alta Cl?rk, Catherine and
Natalie Frederick, Sadie Felder,
As usual Columbia's girls de
ported themselves well and shar
ed in the first honors. There are
many interesting details that you
will want to hear, se come to
Vespers. Sunday, Aug 14th. at 6
O'clock and hear all from the
Remember. Sunday at 6 P. M.
at the Branch, 13231-2 Assembly
PK H. H. COOPER
Crown and Bridge Work a
Attention Given Diseases of
1429. 1125 Washington St
6661ha! more imitations than any
otherfrever Tonic on the market, but
(Goodson Wm. Bonner
QpODSON & BONNER
the Best Place to Shop
I After AU
Evermhing Good to Eat, Ice Cream,
F*ah Meats and Fish Daily,
^esh Vegetables, Ice and
, Ice Water Free
2421 Gervais St. Columbia, S. C.
. quickly relieves Constipation,
Billot ?nett, Loss of Appetite and
Headaches, due to Torpid Liver.
BUTLER W. NANCI* _
ATT )RN1Y AT LAW AND N#TA?V
FUI Ll C.
?nettes im aS
- r^: 0?ee Wt, Resl?saes OTT
lltTf Wulla*** it. Os?wMa, *. *
rs. L. King
M?*ls, Ice Cream and Cold
Prempt and Polite Senrice
1004 Washington Strest
66e cures Malaria, Chills and Fever,
Bilious Fever, Colds and LaGrippe, or
MISS JESSIE L. TROTTIE
Phones 1744 and S5SS-W
1501? Taylor St Columbia, S. C
Satisfaction . \ Ladies' Woric
Guaranteed, c ? A Specialty.
S. W. BAILEY
Cleaning, Pressing, Altering and Repairing
Work called for and Delivered.
1015 y2 Washington St.
Lincoln Theatre Bldg.
Columbia, S. C.
THE REESE'S DRUG STORE
Aad Supply S&tion for Mae. C. J.Walker'* Gooda
With oar regular line of Toilet Articles, Drugs, Sedas, Iee
Cream, Citan Cigarettes aad tobacco we can supply Walker
Agents with goods at the sante rate as from home office.
"Prompt And Attentire Service, " Our Motto
1422 Assembly Street PHONE 282t
Central Lumber and
F. T. HILLBR,:Prss. ft M^r.
Lumber, Mouldings, Shingles, Laths
Building Material, Asphalt Shingles,
Roofing, Brick, Lime and Cement
Ws - Guarantee - Prompt - Deliveries
TELEPHONE 352 700 ELMWOOD AVE
Colombia, S. C., on S. A. L. Ry.
Coal and Building Material
Unless the unexpected happens, yoa will soonerjor 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^ "Refinol" Toilet
Preparations for "Momen Mm
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 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 I?.
West 315'Bull St.; Miss Rebecca Deas, 619 Taylor St.; Mrs. L. M. Clark,
1326 Elmwood 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; Mis*s Essie Ruff, 2308 Calhoun St.; Mrs. Annie Richardson,
Lykesland, S. C.
The Beckwith Mfg. ?o.
Formerly The Ambrosia Toilet Co.
2134 Central Ave. Cleveland, Ohio.
DR. J. H. GOODWIN
, Physician and Surgeon
9 ts 11 a m. 4 te 7 o, m.
Phones: Off les, 1021, Xeiidenee, IOU
HS Washington ?t la. 1100
Rub-My-Tlam is a powerful anti
septic. Cures Infected cutt, old
sores, tetter, etc.
Office Honrs: Telephotos
li ts 1:10 F. a. *m
4 ts 7:20 P. a
DR. N. A. JENKINS
$ to 11:00 *- m. Office, IOU
Diseases of Women and Office Work.
HOT l-l Wssfcingtea MOS Hamntoa
Fillings, Platee, Crew** and Bridges
Office Hours. Teleshoaee.
1:30 a. m. to 1:00 p. m. Office 10SS
2:M> p. m. to '.30 p. m. ?e*.f SS7S
DR. D. K. JENKINS
Sunday by Appointment
Extraction by Conductive Aseotkeser
11071-2 Washington St Columsaa, a. C
PHONE 14S7-J 4
L. A. HAWKINS
Real Estate Af ency
'HOMES ON EASY TERMS."
1107 Washington Street
COLUMBIA, S. C.