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LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
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Money salved on mourning hate
when madia at Waverley Milinery
The friends of Mrs. J. J. Dillard
will nladly! receive the information
that she is!still improving. Mr. Dil
lard was inj the city this week to see
how the majdam was getting along.
Miss Alma Johnson left for her
home in Orangeburg Monday, after
spending several weeks in the city
with her aunts Mesdames Hattie Oreen
and Anna Bjell Whaley.
Miss Idelja Christie of Port Motte
spent last w^ek in the ?ity with friends
Dr. M. A. ?Evans spent a few days in
Charleston ijhis week, attending board
meeting of j the Good Samaritans.
Mr. C. L. ?ccleston left last Saturday
for Meharry; Dental College, where he
completes hjs course in dentistry this
school year, j
Mr. James| Goode, Jr., and Mr. Hey
ward Thompson left Sunday afternoon
for ^Howard j University, where they
will persse j their course in dentistry.
Rev. and Mrs. J. A. McConnell and
Mr. and Mis. Gaither of Winncboro
were in the bity this week.
- r Miss Juliette Murphy of Ridgeway
spent a few ?lays in the city thie week.
Mrs. Eliza: Stuart and daughter, Mrs.
Ellen Thomson Ray of this city, are
now residing in Indianapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. James Walker, Miss
Juliette, Sajlie and Samuel Walker,
left Thursdajy, October 4, 1921, foi
Springfield, ?Mass., where they will
make their j future home with the.'r
aunt, Mrs. Jfulia Warren, 17 Monsoon
St. We ali jhope them a success and1
Another nbw enterprise is The Peo
ple's Grocer^ Store, located at 1407.
Assembly Street, Mr. G. C. Forrest,
manager, ftjlay this have a long and!
profitable lib. Mr. Forrest is well
known in Columbia and pledges to
make this $tore fill one of the long
needs. See ?his ad elsewhere.
Mr. Jos. Collins of Eastover was seen
in the city t^iis week.
Mr. Geo. ^lampton, manager of the
Lewie Printing Company, is able to be
out again. ! j
The Gethsemane Association will
meet with ^ion Baptist church, 12
miles north rjf Columbia, cn the Winns
boro road, ?n Thursday, October 20,
1921. Delegates will be met at
Hyatt's Parki Columbia, and at Blythe
_dW&Bte^ 14 Rev? L H. Samuel.
The Antioch Baptist Asociation wil?
meet at the pay Wawn Baptist church,
Pineville, S. jC, Friday before the first
Sunday in November. The Sunday
school convection will convene Thurs
day of the same week about six miles
from St. Stephens R. R. Station.
! Rev. Jchn Jefferson,
j -OF 1
Gethsemane Union & Su
TO BE HELD
Mt. Zion Ba]
Chap?n, S. C., Saturday and S
Rev. W. P. Pet
10:00 a. mJ Devotionals led by J
10:30 a. mi Introductory Sermon ?
Alternate Kev. B F. Colvin
12:00 m. Enrollment of Delegate?
l:3i)p. m.( Recess. Dinner.
MaO p. m.! Business. Appointme
4:00 p. rn.; Exegesis on the Lite a
Whijte, D. D
Fifr?en minutes fer Question;
8:00 p. mi Devotionals led by]De
8:30 p. m! Sermon by Rev. J >C.
Alternate Rev. H C. Hendc
Collection and adjournment.
9:30 a. mi Model Sunday School
Fifteen minutes for Lesson>l
10:00 a ml Papers on Paul's Life:
(a) I Saul the Persecutor, Re
(b) ? Saul, the Convert, Mis
(c) j Paul at Paphos, Dr. D
(d) ! Paul at Antioch in Pisi
(e) j Pani at Iconicm with I
<t) j Paul at Lystra and Der
(g) j Paul, a Delegate to Jet
j Hoi iway.
(h) | Paul at Troas, Mis? M
(i) j Paul at Pbillippi with ?
(j) j Paul at Athens and Coi
I Special Music
11:00 a ni. Devotionals led by Brr
11:30 a nk Missionary Sermon, R
j Rev E. W Isom Coll
Representatives of The People
Greetings from the Women's A
1:30 p. ni Recess. Dinner
3:00 p n^. Devotionals led by De
3:30 p nk Closing sermon by R
!Rev R W Baylor
4:00 p. ?? Religion and Business
4:10 p. ni. Religion and Health,
2 ? -ni "Religion and Health,
4:30 p ni Religi on and Health,
Reports of Committees.
REV ?. C. U
REV. J C. ll
REV. |. M. i
E E. CORN
Pastor and Moderator.
Deacon B. Fayall, Clerk.
The Mt Olive Baptist Association
will convene with the Turkey Brandi
j Baptist church, Neeses, S. C., Rev. Sam
Jahneon, paster, on Friday before th ?
second Sunday in November, 1921.
Delegates and friends will please tak i
Rev. R. B. Stroman, Moderator.]
J. T. Reed, Clerk.
Mr. and -Mrs. N. M. Morton announce
the engagement of their daughter!
Lula Janie, to Rsv. James Wofford
White of Charleston, S. C., the marj
riage to take place November 9th[
Attorneys Jacob Moorer of Orange
burg and M. J. Frederick of Sumteif
were in the city this week on profes
sional duties in the Supreme Court
These are two of the leading attorney^
in the State, irrespective of race o|
color. They have built up enviably
reputations throughout the State ancj
as a ree ult of same enjoy quite lucre!
It is indeed gratifying to note the;
growing confidence of our group in ou j
own attorneys. j
The Woods Haberdashery Corpora
tion is in immediate need of a good
tailor. Apply in person, or writej
Woods Haberdashery Corporation;
1124 Washington St., Columbia, S. C.
THANKS MRS. MOORE
Columbia, S. C., October 4, 1921.
To Whom It May Concern:
To my surprise when I got homej
Mrs. Dr. Moore of this city had been;
there and left ten dollars ($10.00) foij
me and my work. May the Lord bled
her and fam'.'ly and I'd like to find ouj
many more who haven't taken a stejj
like that who will.
I'd like to state also that the Min
itfiers' Union has taken a step towarcj
helping me in the werk. Rev. N. Fj
Hay good and Rev. James made sp len j
did talks today in behalf of my work
I hope I'm not asking too much o
my creditors, but please have a litti
more patience, for I'm coming arouc
to you as fast as I can.
?? .Yours in Christ -
We have a full supply of certificate-*
of ordination on b?nd that we car
sell at 5c. each. Mail orders prompt!,
THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR.
nday School Convention!
unday, October 29 30, lS2l|,
Kevs A. B. ilollaway and A H i
by Rev T. M Boykin.
Reading and Recepticnof Letters ji
int of Committees.
nd Career of St Paul by Rev .Ci
son the foregoing Lecture.
a B F Schumpert.
by Supt E. E. Cornwell.
v. W P. Peterson. j
s Mary West.
K. Jetikius. j
dia. Miss Eulice Williams. j
barnabas, Miss Fdna I ackson,
be. Miss Mable Henry,
usa em with Barnabas, Mrs. Lottie
innie Herrington !
Mlas, Supt I. T Russell,
rinth, Mr E H. Trezevant
)S. J. C. Archie and Wm. Mayo
ev T R. Chandler. Alteruate
's Recorder and The Southern
auxiliary, Mrs. J. C. White
aeons D. D Mozie and John Subej
ev. L. C Jenkins Alternate,
5, Dea. I H Goode.
Mrs R H Wallon,
Dr J. II Goodwin.
Dr N. A. Jeukius. Collection.
f HITE, D D. President
DUNBAR, D D Vice President
*YERS, D D Treasurer
WELL, Clerk j
MEET ME AT THE
State Colored Fair
COLUMBIA, S. C.
NOV. 1 to S 1921 NOV. 1 to 5
REDUCED RATES GRANTED ON ALL RAILROADS
LEADING INTO COLUMBIA.
FOUR BIG DAYS J FREE ACTS EACH DAY! RACING,
COLLEGE FOOTBALL GAMES. BIG PARADE AND MUSIC
BY UNIFORM RANK-FUN BY THE TON.
- WA?T FOR ME
AT MERRY-GO-ROUND, FERRIS WHEEL, WHIPS AND
MIDWAY, TO JOIN THE HAPPY THRONG.
WATCH YOUR STEPS
SEE THAT THEY LEAD TO GREAT EXPOSITION BUILD
ING. SEE THE AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL EX
HIBITS. THE BEST THAT HAND AND BRAIN CAN PRO
DUCE. PREMIUMS WILL BE PAID PROMPTLY.,
BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY
FROM THE BABY IN THE CRADLE TO GRANDMA IN THE
ROCKER. COME SEE THE JOY STUNTS, MINGLE WITH
THE CROWDS AND FORGET YOUR TROUBLES. COM
MENCE TO GET READY TO START TO GO. SEE YOUR
FRIENDS, MEET YOUR FRIENDS' FRIENDS, HAVE THE
TIME OF YOUR LIFE AT COLORED STATE FAIR, COLUM
BIA, NOVEMBER 1 TO S, 1S21.
DR. J. H. GOODWIN, President.
R. W. WESTBERRY, Superintendent.
T. A. WILLIAMS, Treasurer.
A. W. HILL, SECRETARY, AIKEN, S. C.
OF THE STOMACH
PU CANT ENJOY LIFE
with a tore, sour, bloated stom
ach? Food does not nourish.
Instead it is a source of misery, causing
pains, belching, dizziness and head
fl The person with a -bad stomach
should be satisfied with nothing less
than permanent, lasting relief,
fl The right remedy will act upon the
finings of the stomach, enrich the blood,
aid in casting out the catarrhal poisons'
and strengthen every bodily function,
fl The large number ol people who
have successfully used Dr. Hartman's
famous medicine, recommended for all
catanhal conditions, offer the strongest
possible endorsement for
IK SERVICE FIFTY YEARS
TABLETS OR LIQUID
The Circlet is Self-Adjusting. It sim
ply slips over the head, clasps at
waist and smooths out ugly lines.
If your dealer can't get it send
actual bust measure, name, ad
dress ?f SI.50. Wem send the
Circlet prepaid. Sizes 34 to 48*
Nemo Hygienic-Fashion Institute
120 E. 16 St New York., Dep't M.
When you're suffering from
or pain from any other cause, try
Br. Miles Anti-Pain Pills
One or two and the pain stops
Contain no habit-formina drugs
Have you tried Dr. Miles' Nervine?
Ash your Druggist
WHITER THAN SNOW
IN SEVEN HS
New Preparation Known as
Williams Superior Skin
Whiiencr-Will Clear up Your
Skin, Keep lt Soft And Fair.
We shall bo pleased to receive youi
locals over the telephone.
Will Positively Romove Tan
Freckles In 7 Days. If lt Fails
Your Money Will Be
The more yon smoke them - Th? .better you'll like them
Write for our Premium Catalog No 4
L IEWIS CIGAR MFG. CttrNEWARK. N. J.
Largest Independent Cinar Factory ir. the World. (1
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.
SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!!!
Buy guaranteed all leather
Shoes from I. S. Leevy, 1221
Taylor Street, for the entire
family, and tell your friends to
HATS! HATS!! HATS!!!
When you get ready for that
new Fall Hat or want to have
one made over for yourself or
daughter, call at The Waverley
Millinery Shop, 1600 Heidt
Street, at Gervais.
They will save you money.
666 quickly relieves Constipation,
Biliousness, Loss of Appetite and
Headaches, due to Torpid Liver.
HARDY & MANIGAULT
Undertakers & fmbalmers
Funeral Supplies at lowest Prices
MOTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE
1012 Washington St. 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, Sodas. Ice
Cream, Cigars Cigarettes and tobacco we can snpolv W alker
Agents with goods at ihe same raie as from hoirie office.
"PrOinpt And Attentive Service," Our Motto
1422 Assembly Street
Coal and Building Material
Unless the unexpected .happens, you will sooner or later
patronize us. We are adding new customers dall) to our
list of satisfied patrons, i here is a reason -
Right Goods-Right Prices
If you have never dealt with us, try us-vou might like us.
POWELL FUEL CO.
Use Beckwith's "Rhinol" Toilet
Preparations tor tMmen and Men
Nature's best \ assistant in producing an
ibundance of beautiful hair and a smooth,
mblemished complexion. We want agents
everywhere, pleasant employment, big re
For the Comip'exion.- Cold Cream, a skin
.lealier with hyalins properties; 50c. Skin
Food, a nourishing Cream for making thin
necks plump alid hollow fares full. 50c.
B.'eachene. for those desiring a lighter
complexion, will remove tan, sunburn and
iver shots'. [50c. Peroxide Vanishing
Cream. Protects th.e skin from exposure
to sun, wind and (lust. 50c. Beauty Cake.
Keeps you looking young:. You owe it to
/ourself to look your best. 75c.
Face Powder. You have but one face,
why disfigure 't with a cheap powder.
Shades. Flesh, Crown, Pink and White. 50c.
Creole Hair Oil. For generally beautify
lng ujeUi s women 6 a children's hair, 50c.
Gloss: Gives the hair that slick, glossy appearance. 35c.
Hair Grower: We guarantee and can prove to you I hat our Hair Grower
is ihe 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 Ye T?lau d Night Cap. $1.75.
Men's Straightening Cream. Will absolutely straighten men's hair in
twenty minutes, 50c.
Miss Loys Henry, 712 Calhoun St.. Co.umbia, 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*Buli St.; Miss Rebecca Deas. 610 Taylor St.; Mrs. L. M. Clark,
1326 Elmwood Ave.; Mrs. Sarah Jones. 1325 Gregg St.; Mrs. Maggi j 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 Ihe Ambrosia Toilet Co.
2134 Central Ave. Ue\eland, Ohio.
12 to 1:30 p. m.
4 to 7:30 p. m.
DR. N. A. JENKINS
9 to 11:00 a. m. Office, 1033
Disea.es of Womer and Office Work
Offic ^ Residence
1107 1-2 Washington 2202 Hampton
T. L. BLACK'S CAFE.
Meals All Hours. Sandwiches. Pies,
Light Groceries, Candies, Cakes,
Ice Cream, Cold Drinks
240U?? Gervais St. Columbia. S. C
Cleaning, Pressing and
Tour Patronage Solicited.
DR. J. H. GOODWIN
Physician and Surgeon
) to 11 a. m. 4 to 7 p. m
Phones: Office, 1026. Residence, 303*
119 Washington St Res. 1806 Wash
FitPn?t. Plaies, Crowns ar?d Bridges
Office illours. Telephone*.
8:30 a. m. t 1:00 p. m. Office 103*
2:00 :p ni in * :>fi p m Res., 3S7S
DR. D. K. JENKINS
Sunday by Apprintment.
Extraction by Cnt.ducuvo Aue*theslf
11071-2 Washington St. Columbra. S. C
PHONE 1487.J .
L. A. HAWKINS
Real Estate Agency
"HOMES ON EASY TERMS."
1107 Washington Street
COLUMBIA. S. C.
J. W. O nod ?on " Wm. Ttnnner
GOODSON & BONNER
The Best Place to Shop
i After All
Everyth:ng Gond to Eat. Tee Cream,
Fresh Meats and Fish Daily.
Fresh Vegeta b'cs. Ice and
Ice Water Free
2421 Gervais St. Columbia, S. C.