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THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR J ?
Published Every Saturday at 1505 I j(
Columbia, S. C., Phone 7G37. j ^
J. A. ROACH, Editor-Publisher ' rC
Office Phone 7037; Residence Phone j 5,1
Supscription In Advance ,
One Year.$1.50 k
Six Months.9W I n
Advertising Rates made known on I 11
Application ' L'
Entered at the Post Office, Colum- , d
bia, S. C., as second class matter.
?.?alar mle?, per Inch.50
Carda of Thanks .$100 up
Beading Notices .$1 00 up
Obituaries. Resolutions, etc, SI.Oft up] s
Marriages .12 00 np
Xf a collector falls to call on you
ftrtng QT send your dues to tho ofllce.,
1105 Taylor street. We need the monty
le ktep the paper going.
Saturday, Dec. 17, 1021.
Reading colored journals is all
right and just what every colored
person should do; but paying for
them is of just as much importance*
at least to the publishers.
* * *
The epidemic of giving is near al j
hand and some of these folks here- J
abouts are shuddering at the pros- j
peet. $1.25 will send The Indicator to ?
a relative or friend for a year and I
serve as a weekly reminder of the j
giver. Nothing more appropriate at
. . .
Every body knows it costs much
money to run business, but some j
people seem to think that the longer |
they wait to pay bill3 the better will j
the business thrive.
Promises are alright if they are
kept but not if not kept. This is a
fact that many don't seem to real
ize or appreciate; for they pay
little or no attention to promises.
For that reason more of them
bear hard names and rightly so.
* * *
The president of Morris College
Sumter, S. C., hus arranged with the I
editor of The Indicator to let the [
public know of the doings of that j
great institution through its columns
Morris College is the prpde of !
the baptist brotherhood of 1 South '
Carolina and certainly the brother- !
hood will delight to read of ?he do- J
ing3 at and around their school each .
week. A fine forward-step f which I
President Starks has madel
* * # j
The Indicator welcomes Dr. J. C. 1
White back on the "firing line," as j
editor of The Peoples Recorder.
While The Recorder is one of the old
e3t papers in the State and has done
its share of the great work of keep
ing our people abreast of the times
as well as holding up the light of ?
hope to us, while others would
turn to us the dark side of the pic
ture as it pertains to our group, !
there is still much work for The Re- j
corder to do along with the rest of
the poorly appreciated papers,
and The Indicator welcomes
Dr. White's return to help in this
As a writer and thinker, Dr.
White has but few equals, therefore,
we bespeak for The Recorder's edito
rials that will broaden its field of use
fulness; for the thinking minds
really look to the editorial columns
of all papers for independent
thoughts and opinions.
Victory Bank Christmas Club.
The time of the year when much
money is spent, and that too very
needlessly spent, is about here.
Thousands of dollars will soon de
coming into the hands of our peo
ple from Christmas Club savings
through various banks in this city
This reminds us that it is a duty of
ours to remind our thousands of
readerst hat The Victory Savings
Bank will open up ita Christmas
Clubs for 1022 next Tuesday and
the officers and directors are hop
ing that thousands will open clubs
with them. This is a duly to which
each of us should conform and pre
The Victory Savings Bank will
give the same financial protection
and appreciate more their Christmus
Club deposits than others.
It has not been the privilege ofcol
ored Columbians in former years to
have a bank of their own, it is
theirs now andthey should show
their appreciation by opening up
then accounts there next Tuesday.
The present location of the bank is
1012 Washington Street. After
January 1st. it will be 1107 Wash
ington St., in the Jenkins' Building.
Start nn account for the baby and
the rest of the hcildren next Tuesday
in your own bank. You owe it to
yourself, you owe it to your children,
you owe it to the bank.
REV. M. G. JOHNSON.
In the sudden passing away or
the 8th, of Rev. M. G. Johnson,
moved away one of Columbia's old
t, must dependable, und upright
tizens. Rev. Johnson was indeed
great man and did many great
ungs in his day. We knew Rev.
dutson initimatcly for several
?ars. He was always a quiet un
smiling Christian gentleman. In
isiness he was ns true to his prom
us as tlie cai til is to its orbit, that
i, if it was possible for him to
eup his promise, and ii* he could
ot we could always depend upon
im for a satisfactory slaloment nt
dat time, giving reasons why. He
new that was the honest way to
o busines and so governed himself.
Just tiie day before his death he
ailed at our ellice with a notice to
ie published of Iiis free service to
he prisoners at the penitentiary
he Sunday following with the ,
tutement that his previous services
it the prison had helped the
nisoncrs and he wanted to keep it
ip. Just before leaving us,he in- "
iuired whether he owed us anything
for The Indicator. We assured him '
hat he owed us nothing and that if '
ill of our subscribers paid up as
promptly as did he, The Indicator
would be in better shape and a bet
ter paper. Said he, "Well if 1 owe
you anything I want to pay up."
With this he left us.but little did
we think that that was his last
visit to our ollice.
Rev. Johnson's 44 years pastorate ,
at Ladson Presbyterian Church, !
his first and only pastorate, is evi
dence enough that he was a great
and good man. !
Bc it also said that he and h's
devoted wile have reared up one of
the best families of devoted upright
and christian young men and women
to be found anywhere.
During our several years sojourn
in this city we have not heard
naught against a single one that
would cause father and mother to
be ashamed. This in itself is re
A great man has fallen in
Israel but his good works shall
Our New Linotype
With a good deal of satisfaction :
the editor of the Indicator announces
thc installation of a new Linotype.
This mechnical marvel qualifies us
to serve efficiently the large num
ber of persons who look to our pub
lication for enlightenment and en
tertainment and who patronize our
The rapidly increasing circulation
of The Indicator, together with our
desire to place at the command of
our advertisers and others the high
est grddc of 'typography, induced us
to secure a fine composing machine
for the quick and accurate and
pleasing presentation of the news of
the day, and the production of su- j
pcrior job work. :
Our new Linotype enables us to !
set by machine many forms of com
position that previously necessitated )
tedious work by hand. Our plant is j
now capable of turning out compo
sition consisting of correct type !
laces in many different S-ZJS, and !
the change from one size to another j
is made very quickly. At a high '
rate of speed the versatile operator S
--whose hand is made famous by '
the .Mergenthaler Linotype Company j
as "the hand that keeps the world
informed"--produces line after line
of the sort of composition desired. 1
This installation is a testimonial ?
to the prosperity of Columbia and I
vicinity. And that the good people
of the community are duly apprecia
tive of our efforts to serve them in
all departments of the printing
business is manifested by the
many compliments received from in
dividual patrons since the arrival of
I our new machine.
The accompnying illustration will
give our readers some idea of the
marvelous mechan.se of the Linotype,
a composing machine on which are
assembled matrices (or little brass
molds) and lines of type cast
lines uch as you are now reading.
lies iles enabling the operator to
set various faces and sizes of type,
our new Linotype makes it poss.hie
for to produce the rules and
dashes and borders which are used in
var.ous advertisements in each
issue of our publication. When
employed in the composing oi
advcrtismcnts newspaper head
ings, booklets, cataloguts, ant
variou other kinds of printed mattel
our new machine tnables one ope
rator to set in the same time mon
type than ordinarily could be pro
du ved by five or six men or womel
doing the work by hand-and tin
composition is incomparably betttr
Whde for a long time we have re
ceived the patronage of a host o
subscribers, advertisers, and print
ing buyers in general, we look for
ward to the handling of an eve
greater volume of business no\
that we arc so well qualified to rer
der tiie S' rt of service most to be dc
It has been our nim to present th
news of the day without fear or fj
, vor, and to reflect faithfully th
ideals and ambitions of our constiti
ents; and wo shall continue to dovol
I The Economy Shoe ?ep?ir Shop \
S J. C. EUBANKS, Prop. |
3 First Class Shoe Repairing +
? All Work Guaranteed *
3 fit?r High Grad-* Shoes Por Sale ?
$ PHONE 7107 %
y- 4 +
$ 10l. WASHINGTON ST., COI.UM BI A, S: C. ?
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DRUGS! DRUGS! ! DRUGS! ! !
SODAS, CIGARS, CANDIES, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES AND
DRUGGIST OF TEN YEARS' EXPERIENCE
M. V- JENKINS, PH, C., Prop.
105 WASHINGTON ST. ' PHONE 222C (
Can it Be Done? Yes we Can Do it
f il'i tailoring you would like to have dune, let u> do it.
f it can be done, V\ e can do lt.
.Ve make to measure any st} le, Alter and repair.
B. F. PRIESTER
1323 Assembly bt. Phone 3763
Regal Drug Store
Careful Prescription Druggists
1 21-23 Washington St , Columbia, S. C.
Phones 507 and 9i71
Our Linp nf Toilet Articles is Ful and romplete.
("lome to Us for i hat < 'amera. Any S zj You v\ ant.
When Thirsty Visit Our Soda Fountain.
What You Want Any T mn in 0 ir Line is What We
Have all the Time.
Mavi* Talcum Powder 19c
Palmolive Soap 10c a cak or 3 for 25c.
Photographs Enlargemea ts Copies
Roberts Art Studio
1 19 Washington St.
No Christmas Gift will please your relatives ar d
friends and prove mo e lasting than a ?eal nice
pho:ograph of yourself, father, mother, child or
If you can't visit th 'rn this Christmas, send them ynnr nh? tn
Lj.t ,.THtn <<s*. hov yoi are g-tttng along. Cal1 at our STUDIO
and let us do that work for you.
SITTINGS MADE DAY OR NI HT
Rain or Shine
ALL WORK GUAR\NTEED
R. S ROBERTS, Pl olopi ? I I cr
our talents ami resources to the ful
filling of this- aim. And of great
help to us in the carrying out
oi our purpose Will bc our new Lino
FIRE IN SENECA.
A long distance message from
I Seneca 'inursdny morn.ng, informed
I Mrs. J. A. Roach, that her motlier,
j Mis. Lena Williams, lost her house
j and all its contents by tire. The
j message d.d not say how the fti'o
i originated but that it Was a com
I piete los. with but little if any
REV. GREENE COES
The South Carolina Conference of
the M. E. Church met in An
derson last week and at htat meet
ing Rev. J. F. Greene, D. D., who
nus been stat.oncd here as pastor
ox Wesley M. E. Church for tao last
three years was sent to Andoisjn to
take charge theic.
Since coming to the city three
years ago, Dr. Greene has made a
host of friends, and is not only
J loved by thc congregation ol' WeS
I Icy who loath to g.ve him up but
- j among the other uenominat.uns as
Along with Rev. C-cone to
share the love that is )jslowed
upon him is his wife, Mrs. Greene
who also has endeared hoi self U>
all who know her with her sweet
We hate to see them leave but
e Rev. Greene has been appointed to
i- a larger held in which to work.
ie 'ihe indicator wishes for him un
l- limited success in his new field ol
Ask your hanker,
your partor ^nd
! hpy a'! insure 1 < avijy, CJ M
rhey be mistake. ?
B> no means aUow THIS poli- |i
c io ?apse, i'ay \ our pn m
innis if you have to let some
thing else go u> p:?id fur.
Life i* sn uric-TI am you can
-.ot te l ?him YOUR sun mons I
will ci me
Keep Your Premiums
Paid In Full
Watch, Pray, Pay!
THE NORTH CAROI INA
W. II. HARVEY, Dist. Supt.
BE SURE AND CALL AT
THE JOHN CHURCH COM
PANY AND GET THE DOWN
HOME BLUES AND THE AR
KANSAS BLUES, BOTH ON
ONE RECORD. SUNG B\
MAMIE SMITH, FOR 85c.
Bodips Prepared For Ship
ment To Any Part
My Friends Will Find Me
At The Same O.d
1C03 Washington Street
Columbia, S. C.
A Full Line of Fall and Winter Goods Have Arrived.
Assorted Woolens In Prices Ranging, From $35.00 Up.
Fine Alterations a Specialty.
OWEN & PAUL
Mei citant Tailors.
1117 Washington St.
Columbia ,8. C
utai ?/Vefief Or
The South Carolina Mutual" Ins. Co.
??The Greatest of lt? Kind in The State
OVEK 150 AGENTS EM?'LOY ED
It Gives as Good Protection as Am For Less Money.
An Investigation Solicited.
.?.$75,000 btrong For Your
p^^vr- j. H. GOODE, Gen. Mgr.
1501 1-2 Taylor St. Columbia. S. O.
May Gilbert Praises
Says her hair has grown
28 inches long by using
this wonderful hair grower
"VTJU can have soft, silky hair that can be easily dressed.
EXELENTO has made happy thousands of women who had
coarse, nappy hair. It will do the same for you. If your
hair is brittle and lifeless or if von have dandruff and itch
ing scalp, try a box of EXELENTO QUININE POMADE.
tor sale at nil dru tr sto.-rs. Price liy mail 25c on receipt of sump? or col?.
AGENTS WANTED-Write for Particulars
EXELENTO MEDICINE COMPANY, Atlanta, Georgia
We j.,a'..o UXELCNTO SKIN BRAUTIFIRR. an ointment for dark, sallow akin?.
usc 1 i .j treatmer.tt.f Lkin troublea.
W C. JOHNSON
H. W. BRADLEY
J. W. ???IBIS
Funeral Directors & Licensed Embalmer?
??IG Washington St.. Phone 3500
You Are Invited to Visit and Inspect the Full Line at
1124 Washington St Phone 2301 Columbia, ft. C.
College Hoya, I'ruff salcinal Men. Railroad, Steamship and Hotel. ID fae!,
to all Mea who aspire to fee: Til and fashionable. There la soap
H bot it cur Shii ts, Collars and Hosiery.
I Qua itv and Servir? Await You.
LOVE B. WOODS
THE PEOPLES' GROCERY STORE
G. C. FORREST, MGR.
A completa line of nrs*-class Groceries, Cigars, Cigarettes,
Tobacco, Fruits and Cold Drinks.
We ask that you give us a trial... Satisfaction guaranteed.
1407 Assembly St. Columbia, S. C.
Office Hour?; Phones:
10-12 A. M. Office 74-t
4-6 I*. M. Re?. 33U3-W
Sunday by Appointment
DU. M. A. EVANS
Diseases o? Women and Children ?
Spatially. Graduate Nurses in
1501 Taylor St. Columbia, S. t
HATS! HATS!! HATS!!!
When you got ready for that
new Fall Hat or want to have
one made over! for yourself or
daughter, call at The Waverley
?Millinery Shop, 1200 Heidt
(Street, at Gervjus.
I They will save you money.
y H. MI. to 2 p. m.
3 i?, m. to 6 p. m.
DR. A. J. COLLINS
SniK etui I>?oil?t
XRA\ WORK A SPECIALTY
or u e. is io Main St.. Phos? J? I VJ
R~8hleiu<4, 132? l'enoi?u?s Slr?ei.
.h.Mie 2973-J. Columbia. ?. ft
DR. H. H. COOPER
Gold Crown and Bridge Work a
Special Attention Given Disease* ?f
Phone 1420. 1125 Washington St