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TO TH? BAPTISTS OF
We as Baptists in S. C. boast of
260.000 or more, as we will soon
be call together in our State Con
vention, ito raise 50.000 dollars,
yet there! has been very little said
and done! about it if any thing,
and all of! us know that without an
organized system over this State,
we will flail. We mu?t do this be
fore the Baptist cause at (dorris
College in particular can ever
hope to succeed. As a layman
seeking neither honor nor office,
but the weif are of the Bapt. cause
in this State. I have been think
ing as to who would be the Moses
to place at the head of this great
denomination in our State? Re
gardtess pf friend or foe, what we
need is sj man to get in line, put
us on a system that we can make
a showing creditable with our
number, i A man that has the
ears of jill South. Carolina. A
man whose record will be his en
dorsement for the honored posi
tion of president of our conven
tion. Wjhose loyalty and support
te undisputed. While thinking
over these conditions that con
front us ?as a denomination, and
the man to fill this place, I see
standing out amidst the brother
hood like a great mountain peak,
Dr. J, C White of Columbia; a
man that has the confidence and
ears of the entire brotherhood of
South Carolina. As a planner
and organizer this can be seen in
his own monument, Zion, in the
pulpit ana en the platform he is
the equal of any, therefore I as a
layman f< >el safe in endorsing Dr.
J. C. White of Columbia as the
man to be elected President of
the Baptist State Convention of
T. A. WILLIANS,
Newberry, S. C.
CAI0 OF THANKS.
We wish ito thank the many friends
for the kindness shown us during the
long illness^ of our sister, Louvenia
Getters, w^o departed this life Au
gust 6, 1921, and also for the beauti
ful florals. -
Sisters ?^rs. Darcus Koon, Mrs.
Maria Brattjon, Henry Getters, son.
The Mt. j Olive Baptist Sunday
School Convention will meet with the
Steey Orov* Baptist Church at Cor
dova, S. C., September 9th to 11th,
1921. Bev. A.. E. Jennings, President;
H. T. Daniells, Clerk.
EXECUTIVE BOARD, COL
OREO $TATE FAIR, MEETS
FAIR REVIVAL PUT ON.
Bishop jw. D. Chappelle
Sounds ! Keynote-Plans Are
Made for Bigger Fair Nov.
The Executive Committee met in Co
lumbia, S. |C, August 11th, and put
on a very j constructive program for
the fair this fall. A suggestion by
Bishop W. |D. Chappelle that we or
ganize each district of the State be
came a very happy thought of the
meeting. Tjhis was indorsed by R. W.
We8tberry, j who declared that we
should put lon a great State Pair re-|
vival. This idea was further sane
tioned by acting upon a thought of E.
J. Sawyer'sj who stated that we au
thorize and! instruct each member of
the Executive Committee to appoint
persons in each county in the State,
requesting them to interest the peo
ple and to bring exhibits -to the fair
Commenc? to begin to get ready to
start to go :to the great agricultural,
mechanical j and educational fair.
Premiums wjill be paid. There will be
attractions, I exhibits, music, football
and fun by tjhe ton each day.
Prepare to bring the whole family j
this fall from the baby in the cradle
to the grandma in the rocker. Pour
big days. j
Executive Board-Dr. J. H. Goodwin,
president; % A. Williams, treasurer;
R. W. Westbury, superintendent; A.
W. Hill, Secretary; Bishop W. D. Chap
pelle, Green I Jackson, G. C. Williams,
W. S. Wats?n, W. M. Wallace, C. G.
Garrett, S. j M. Walker, Rev. S. M.
Walker, E. j J. Sawyer, Rev. J. fr.
GIVEN FOR STATE.
Figures By Counties as Census
Indicates - Some Counties
Low-Nearly All Whites in
Calhoun Can Read and
Writ?-^Others Very High.
Washington, Aug. 28.--The follow
ing statement shows the percentage
of illiteracy jin the counties of South
Carolina, according to the returns of
the 14th census, which was taken in
January, 1920. An illiterate, as de
fined in the j census, is a person ten,
MATHER INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, BEAUFORT S C
Mather Industrial School will begin her 53rd term October * 'the
Only school in South Carolina for colored girls solely. Tts aim ?r(*' 18 &
, _ ._ , . , . _ , ? v L? dlm is to fit woman
hood by religious, moral, industrial and literary training tn k ? .
.... ' . . . . *^m5 to become efficient
in housekeeping, teachmg and m religious service. Teachers wit the hi li
est training for their work are secured. Mather offers thorough aration
for High School courses and instruction in music, sewing, milling weaving
basketry, cooking, truck gardening, poultryraising, housework launder! and
Sloyd. Bible courses are followed daily and students are traced become
leaders in Sunday schools, Christian Endeavor, temperance and missionary
Enrollment fee, $1.00; incidental fee, $1.00; board, $7.75 f0r four weeks
instrumental and vocal music. $1.50 for four weeks.
For further information, application blanks, clothing list, etc write Miss
Carrie A. Hunt, Principal of Mather Industrial School, Beaufort, s C
years of age or over who is unable to
write either in English or any other
language. The percentages are based
upon the total population ten years of
age and over, or the total native white,
or total Negro, as the case may be.
The total for the State is 18.1 per cent.
Among, the whites it is 6.5 per cent;
among ?'Negroes 29.3 per cent.
Total White Negro
Abbeville.17.4 5.2 26.9
Aiken.: .. ..18.9 8.1 28.9
Allendale.32.4 4.4 40.8
Anderson.12.8 7.4 23.1
Bamberg.. ..18.5 4.8 25.2
Barnwell.23.8 6.6 32.4
Beaufort...22.6 5.7 27.5
Berkeley.38.4 9.1 49.1
Calhoun.19.5 1.6 28.2
Charleston.16.4 1.5 26.6
Cherokee.17.3 11.1 31.0
Chester.23.8 5.4- 37.6
Chesterfield.19.1 13.3 28.4
Clarendon.19.5 4.1 25.7
Colleton.25.6 7.3 38.7
Darlington.19.2 9.9 26.6
Dillon. ..22.3 10.9 33.1
Dorchester.20.3 3.5 32.6
Edgefield..20.5 2.6 29.0
Fairfield..24.6 2.9 32.0
Florence.18.7 7.1 30.9
Georgetown.29.7 7.6 40.7
Greenville .. ..11.0 6.3 23.7
Greenwood.16.3 4.7 26.9
Kershaw.. .. ..16.0
McCormick .... ..20.4
Oconee .. .. ..12.5
Spartanburg.. .. ..13.7
Williamsburg .. ..21.7
ADAMS' SHOE 1
M. E. ADM
Shoes called for and delivered.
Have Your Fall Suits
When made af L
fronts never bret
teed. Fit, workm
teed. Tell your
Bargains at I. S.
Hundreds of whit
and South Caroli
and style of the
bought from I. S.
dateline of boys's
School suits. Du
all wool suits will be soldat
Red Goose Shoes
MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S. SEE THE
MOST UP-TO-DATE LINE OF GUARANTEED ALL
LEATHER SHOES SHOWN ANYWHERE... THE
QUALITY IS GUARANTEED AND THE PRICES
CANNOT BE BEATEN. MEN'S SHOES $3.00 TO $10.
WOMEN'S SHOES $3.00 TO $10.00. CHILDREN'S
SHOES FROM $1.00 TO $5.00... WHEN YOU HAVE
SHOE TROUBLES THINK OF AND TALK TO YOUR
FAMILY AND FRIENDS ABOUT I. S. LEEVY, ON
I. S. LEEV
OB. C. S. STBPH?NSON
Pkysielaa and Sarfee?
letUtaee Pheae 2*21
OflM PktM SUS
Oftte Itnrs: 0 te 10:Il A. M.
1:80 ti I Mn f t? 8:2* P. M.
Dis***** Of fini aa? Cfcfldrt* a
3FPIC? UH.1-2 A?w?r7 ?C ?T?r
- Berry's Store.
Ha e Aa Up-To*Date Lina Of
L&dita & Children Hats
lha Season's B?at
Jail tac1 See Tkea.^If yt? weat y tur
OLD Hate Mada NEW
arima TatM Te UK
I Caa Do Aaythiat In Millinery
Miss Lassie Kennedy
LUI GervaiiSt, Columbia. S. C
For Fresh Rolls and Pies
Daily Pound Cake a Specialty
"2411 Gtrvals Sire M
none?: Office 87?6, Kesidtate SSU-J
f to 10:30 ?. M. 2 to 4:00 P. M
Ll te 1:09 P. M. f to 8:00 P. M
DR. J. G. STUART
Physician and Sargten.
Distases of Women ant Chll?rtn
Office, 1323 Assembly St. Reafcltaet.
1417 Pine St.
1012 Washington St.
Second-Hand Shoes for sale.
, Overcoats, a
eevy's, coat colli
ik. Prompt dele
lanship and mat
friends of the (
's School Sui
;e and colored b(
na will testify tc
? guaranteed Bo
suits before orde
Y, 1221 1
Learn To Or ow Hair
ANO MAKfc MONLY
wtssel?t? couria by mail or Dy personal instructient, A diplatae ir??
bena celine ef ?air vJultur? is apaatportto present j is year keir
skert, breaking ?if, thin or failing oat? tieve yea utui, ?es?m*? Ue
y oar seajp itea? gave you mere tain a normal ameant ?? 4MM Amit_
Mea, C. J. Walker'? Wondarf ul Hair Grawan
Writs fer geekle t waiea tells of tn? positiv? eures ef ali scalp diseases
ste?s ua# kair trem tailing out ana starts u at ?nee to growing.
Hewar? ot imitations-ah mi Mm?. C. J. Waiker preparations ar? yoi ap in
yeiiew Us kex?s.
A six week's trial treatment sent to any address by mail ter (1.70. Make
ail ??ney ?rkers payable te Mm?. C. J. Walk?r. sena stamps for rt ?ly
'AGSNTS WANTJtU. WKi'i^ h ?*| TJfittMS.
art manefaetartd by
Tka Mada? C. J. Waiker Mic* <X
G4U Nor tn Waat St., indianapoi ,
Jffice Phone 1487. Res. Phone 2315-W
N. J. FREDERICK
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS OF
Attorney at Law and
1107s Washington St., Columbia, S. C.
Oft. J. A. WATTS
Crews and &ri?gt
111? l-l Waskiagten St.
Over Jekaaen, Bradley 4
UflUt M?mr?: 9 te 19 a. m. IS te 2:
f. m. S te 8 ?. m.
Ol. a. A. JTUBTT
Fkysiaiaa and Sargten
Ul--? el Wemen and Children
J flic* and residenc?, 1329 Pine L
two blocks from old office.
Eherne SMS Celmznkla, ft.
?rown and Bridge Work a Specialty
Dr. A. T. Cornwall
examinations Free. Telephon? Con
nection. Office hours: 2:39 a. m. to
6:30 p. m.
Jffice, 128^ Gadsden St.
Chester, S. C
FOR THE BEST ?KADJE OF
At prices as ?ow aa the lowest
b. F &KA. Davis
The ona price shoe
dealers in Columbia
1710 Main Street
Hours: 2 to 10 A. M. 1 t# 2 P. M.
S to 4 P. M. 7 t S P. M.
DR. L. M. DANIELS
Physician and Sur*toa
Sp?ciai Attention Given Diseases ef
1125 Washington St. 1810 Sumter St.
Phoa? 142? Phone 2564
Colombia, S. C.
MONEY TO LOAN.
iviouey to loan on Houiahole rai
uiture, Pianos, Live Stock and Amte?
THE CAROLINA LOAN ft GUARANTY
1528 Main St. Phon? SIS
nd Trousers TaHored
irs fit perfectly,
erial all guaran
Dys in Columbia
) the durability
y's wool Suits
s, see the up-to
ring your boy's
oys' high grade
sale prices, $6.50 andi up.
Socks And Stockings
?TE RAVE MANY DOZENS OF FANCY WOOL
OCKS, SILK AND PLAIN HOSE FOR MEN, WO
[EN AND CHILDREN.
Rtady-To-Wear And Left Overs
BUSINESS MEN WHO DO NOT HAVE TIME TO
E MEASURED FOR A TAILORED SUIT, SHOULD
EE THE LATEST STYLES AND UP-TO-THE-MIN
TE PATTERNS IN LEEVY'S READY-TO-WEAR
HE STORE IS OPEN UNTIL 12:00 O'CLOCK ON
ATURDAY NIGHTS. OTHER NIGHTS UNTIL 8_:00
PRICES ON READY-TO-WEAR AS LOW AS $15.00
i ANT TAILOR