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LOCALS AND PERSONALS
Mrs. D. A. Gladden of Binning
m, Ala., is home for thc Xmas
olidays. Dr. Gladden has just clos
ed out successfully live years of con
structive work at Thirgood--was a
mong the first elected delegate to
General Conference, May 1U22, at
St. Louis, Mo.
He will entertain his Annual Con
ference next year at Thirgood.
Mis. Mattie Capers of Dalzell was
in the city af cw .days .ago as a
patient of Dr. Evans.
..Dr. K. W. Baylor filled the pulpit
at Second Calvary Baptist Church
last Sunday instead ox pastor Moore
who filled an engagement at Mt.
Zion Baptist Churcii, Sumter.
Mrs. Fannie Williams, son and
daughter ol' Baltimore, Md., are
spending the Christmas with then
Kother and grand-mother in th.s
city and will be glad to meet hei
many friends at 212U Laurel Street.
Rev. Douglass of Cues ter was a
pleasant caller at our ollicc this
week in company with Editor Lo
Mr. J. E. Gladden of Blackstock
attended the session here this
week and paid our ollicc a call.
lt is said by those who heard it
that Dr. D. F. Thompson, did him
self credit in his sermon to tue
Grand Lodge Session of Masons
here this week.
Mr. M. H. Harrison of Aiken
attended the Masonic Grand Lou gc
Session this weekand joined om
host of readers.
Don't forget, rather don't fail to
join the Victory Bank's Cnristmas
Savings Clubs. Each child shoulo
Mr. D. S. Green of Charleston, G.
S., Good Samaritans was in the city
last week and visited our ollicc. Wc
are always glad to have Mr. Green
come to see us.
Dr. Wm. Porter of Spartanburg
called around to see us while m
the city this week.
MODERN DRUG FIXTURES .FORI
Smashing prices, easy terms, at
once. 15 foot tincture shelves, 25 ft.
patent medicine shelves, cross sec
tion or screan with large mirror and
prescription counter about 17 ft. Oi
show cases, 3 round soda tables and
chairs, 3 square soda tables with
show case tops, also drugs and toilet
O?R FRIEND'S DRUG COMPANY
Marion, S. C.
Edw. W. Murray, M. D., Prop.
Quite a few persons from here at
tended the Piedmont .District Con
ference which .convened at Green
wood last week...All report an en
joyable .trip, .and an .interesting
We are glad to say Rev. J. C.
Smart, pastor of Bethel .A. M. E.
Church will be here another year.
..Rev. Phillips, who .for the .past
year was pastor of Boone's Chapel
will go to Greenwood. Although
Rev. Phillips and family have
been here only a short while, they
have made many friends, who hate
to see them go, but wish for them
much success in their new field.
The first of a series of entertain
ments to be given by the faculty
and students of thc T. S. High
School, was given at Clinton lust
Thursday night and was a success
in every way. These entertain
ments will be given at different
places in the county from time to
time in interest oi thc school.
Rev. Richard Carroll of Columbia
was a visitor in the city last Sat
urday and Sunday.
Boone's Cnapel which was blown
down in a tornado lust year is be.ng
rapidly rebu.lt. Althougn not quito
completed, services wore held tnere
Mr. Sam Satterwhitc is very ill
at this writing.
Mr. John Williams is also on the
In sad but loving remembrance o*
our dear little daugnter and s.s.er,
Hettie Belle Gregory who departed
this life DecemDer the 12th, 1U2J.
In our ? many hours of sadness,
When for us life seems no cheers;
She enjoys the life of gladness
And her eyes are free from tears.
Oh, we miss our Darling Hettie,
And for us there is little rest,
Oh, we loved our Darling Hettie,
But God loved her best.
How we wept in hearts of sadness
When her earthly toils were ovei
?l'U we'll im*?t < rr little Darling.
On the happy golden shore.
Father, Mother and Brother,
John Gregory, Nancy Gregory,
A COLUMBIAN PASSES AWAY.
The relatives and friends of Mrs.
Clementia Hnwaes were saddened
?t ncr sudden uealh winch oecur
icd in Chicago, uvc. Otn. She was
?i .?.nally Oil th.s eily and tiiuae
wno Knew her found her alwuys
amiable, kind und true. Sae u?u
ueeii married about ten years and a
uUduaiiu and son survive Uer. tine
waa tue granu-daugiiior ol Mrs.
iiuuu Uregoiy ox 1-i.yJ Gadsden bt.
tier xu.ieiul was pieacued at
lie mel luukiopolnan Cuurcn lust
uUaaay. bue was eulogized hy
^,is. liuyior and Wiseman. Great
vVus lue crowd mat viewed her re
muais, a SiiuilC testimony ox tue
u.gu esteem in wmcn tine was held.
Tlie many XI.UIK.8 of Rev. and
..H?. A. iu.cx.ccs, Will Oe uuerestcu I
.o anew mac Kev. lVi.ci.eeS lias ac- (
?W^LCU a cull LO l..e Vv caley ai. fi!.
U..U.LII ac uieeis, ana muns io move
...cu ni ju.iUuiy.
Ali CoiiiiecCmi With Xmas Trees:
A bUHUvuUi can .uta wai bo run*
-cicu ai ute xi. i>i. ii?. <6.oa \_uiUica,
... ..iw.iu^y a.g..i, isuc. ?Ovil,
.ac au. Ouiutol rruauyterian
^uU.Cll, Oil Monday lligllE, UtiC. ?o,
.. Oui.S?lllaS k?L'iv.?i! Will De given.
i>ii ?uoiiuuy Higut, at Caivaiy
^ap.ist luid-eh, a on ria tm aa pro
_,.^i.i wai oe icaueieu.
A we aaiiaiiuipuiiuu i?ay Com
...iiwoo is iwuuiwg piuiia for an
.wuaiutc piogiuin io be renderea i
w...i. ?.la, ul me O.ty upera Houso.
?y. ragemt representing *"i'ne rro
_,.Coa WA lUU i.c^.u," ia a lUUtlliv Ox
...e uay. lill ux-aerv.ee men nave
oeun culled to neun cue puraue.
..ev. J. iv. Tobin of Union, is to be
.ne speaker ox tue uay, and a
jioat lillie is aniii'ipaieu.
ine toacncis ox chester and
^nosier Lyouiuy, met at nie G rauca
ouuool on buiuiuuy morning and re
ti-.i.^ou tue wua.uy leucueis' As
j.c.ucuil. Prox b. L. 1? mley was J
..ucled Prcs.ucnt, Miss Connie C.
..icilwa.n, bec, and Mrs. M. G.
.lyers, Treasuier. The next meet
ing iv .ii iju held on ouluruay, Jan. 7,
ilt?J at ll o'clock, at tue same
place, at which time it is hopea
tiiut a large number of teachers
.val ba piesent.
Kev. J. H. L>. Bailey, County
Supervisor, under the Jean's plan,
.8 kept very busy looking after the
uieiest o? sjiiools in tne County.
A vciy enjoyable Bazaar, given
oy the ladies of ..The Royal
.vnighls of King David" was held
.it the Masonic hall on Friday.
Quile a number of people had
.?ic opportunity of seeing and hear
.ng Marshal Ferdinand Foch, Gene
ral of the All.ed Armies in the
jieat World War, when he passed
.brough the city Friday afternoon.
Mr. Morris Maxwell is on the
Rev. D. McLure is a patient at
die Chester Sanitorium.
Endosad find Money Order for
Mr. C. E. Leathers, $1.25 |for
Please send The Indicator to Rev.
W. M. Honor; he is a yearly
I subscriber, and is not getting his
RECEPTION IN HONOR OF
MRS. I. J. PRUITT.
I A reception was given in honor
j of Mrs. I. J. Pruitt, Dec. 14th, vt
Bishop and Mrs. Chappc'le's resi
dence on Harden St., by the mem
bers of the Waverley Club. Each
member made a few remarks ex
pressing their regret at her leaving
the city. She in turn expressed
her regret at leaving the city and
them after which refreshments
. SECOND CALVARY NOTES.
The Queen Contest Rally has end
jd w th over $200.00 in the Sunday
School treasury as the result of
Ibis special effort at the suggestion
af Supt. Conwell.
In reporting the winners in this
contest in our last issue Little
Mary Artemus' name, who won
third prize, was untentionally left
?ut. The amount raised by little
Alaiy Artemus was something
Pastor Moore will fill the pulpit
all day Sunday, and as he usually
does will bring to his congregation
great gospel messages.
I Our church is in fine shape now
in every respect. Since Dr.
j Moore has been with us the mem
bership has steadily increased and
the financial condition is better
than it has ever been. We really
raise more money than ever and
pay this pastor double what we
ever paid any before and this, in
the lace of these dull times,
with . greater case.
Pastor Moore and Mrs. Moore
are now training the necessary
number of members to present tc
, thc public in the Spring A Cantata
, This promises to be the greatest
presentation ever presented at Sec
We present to our readers n pic
ture of our New Linotype Machine
with which thc most of th:s issue of
The Indicator is set and with which
nil of the paper and most of our Job
Work will be set hereafter.
. .Whether or not you appreciae it
you who have been so loyal to us
in our newspaper and Job Dept,
Work helped us greatly to make
this forward step and we. assure .
you that with your continued sup- i
pport we are going to so .enlarge
our business that you will bc more
than delighted at any time to come
in and see what you have he! pe J us
to do in .the .commercial world to
tlie ercdit of our group.
To those who .are .continually
writing to know .whether, or not
we can hnndle your .minutes .and
other work we are glad to say that
with this machine we are prepared
to do it quickly and and neatly and
then save you money.
We thank you for your pnst fa
and solicit your future ones.
.J. A. ROACH, Editor - Publisher.
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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-forming drugs
Have you tried Dr. Miles' Nervine? .
JL*k t/owr Itruggimt
BE SURE AND CALL AT
THE JOHN CHURCH COM
PANY AND GET THE DOWN
HOME BLUES AND THE AR
KANSAS BLUES, BOTH ON
ONE &ECORD. SUNG BY
MAP5?? i'MITH, FOR 85c,
J. W. Gondsnn Wm. Ronner
GOODSON & BONNER
The Best Place to Shop
Everything Cloud to Eni. Iro Cream.
Fresh Ment? nnd Fish Pally.
Fresh VeRotab'es. Ice and
Ice Water Free
2421 Gervais St. Columbia, S. C
LET LEEVY, THE TAILOR, on Taylor
Street, make your New Suit ami
Overcoat. Old Suits ottered, cleaner
or dyed. Coats relined. All work
Guaranteed. Thone I. S. I.eevy, lilli
or come to 1221 T??St.
At a late hour Saturday night,
fire did much damage to a Jew
, Store in the Jenkins' Building on
Washington St., and a little dania gu
to Jenkins Pharmacy. The Phar
macy is still open to serve the
It is not known just how the fire
I THE CHILDREN.
WRITE SANTA CLAUS.
1 Our next issue of The Indicator
I wilf be devoted to our children
I readers which will appear in ample
I time on Xmas eve for each little
Ifellow to write a short letter to
Santa Claus expressing his or hoi
All who would like to write
such letters to Santa Claus must
rush them to us at once so that
old Santa will get them in time to
fill your orders. -Editor.
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D CATARRH I
OF THE STOMACH!
OU CANT ENJOY LIFE
with a tore, tour, bloated stom
ach. Food does not nourish.
Instead it is a source of misery, causing
pains, belching, n*?77?nctt and head
.5 The person with a bad stomach
should be satisfied with nothing less
than permanent, lasting relief.
.J The right remedy will act upon the
linings of the stomach, enrich the blood,
aid in casting out die catarrhal poisons
and strengthen every bodily function.
CJ The large number of people who
have scccufully used Dr. Hartman's
famous medicine, recommended for all
catarina] conditions, otter the strongest
possible endorsement for
IN SERVICE FIFTY YEARS
gcai aea mi a-ian
TABLETS OR LIQUID [j
SOLD EVERYWHERE 1
WHITER THAN SM
IN SEVEN BAYS
New Preparation Known as
Williams Superior Skin
Whitener-Will Clear up Your
Skin, Keep lt Solt And Fair.
Will Positively Homovo Tan
Freckles In 7 Days. Il lt Fails
Your Money Will Be
Filling. Plates, Crowns and Bridget
OflVe Hours. Telephone^
8:30 a. m. iv 1 00 p. m. Office lo:C
2:00 p m. to *.30 p m. Iles., 387;
DR. D. K. JENKINS
Sunday by Apprlntment.
Extraction by Condnruvr AneBtnosli
1107 1-2 Washington St. ColuniDta. S. C
HATS! HATS!! HATS!!!
. . .
When you get ready for th a
new Fall Hat or want to havi
one made over for yourself o
daughter, call at The \\ averie
Millinery Shop, 1200 Heid
Street, at Gervais.
They will save you money
HARDY & MANIQAUi I
Undertakers & Embalmers
funeral Supplies ai 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
Willi our regular line of T *i 1 et Articles, Drugs, Sodas, Ice
Cream. Cigars Cigarettes and tobacco weean supply Walker
Agents willi goods al ibe same raie as fruin home i.fhce.
'Pi Om pt And Attentive Service," Our Motto
1422 Assembly Street PHONE 2820
Coal and Building Material
Unless ?lie unexpected happens, you will sooner or later
patronize us He are addn.g new customers daily lo our
list of satiali d patrons, lhere is a reason -
Right Goods-Right Prices
If you have never dealt with us, try us-you might like us.
POWELL FUEL CO.
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, G74 and 379.
II. E. Lindsay, Pres. and Treas.
Use Beckwith's "Refiriol" Toilet,
Preparations for Women and Men
.--...-y. ?-g.^-g-->- Ka tu re's best assistant lr. producing an
. ; ''v ;'? C? \^*Vv*yy?r '\ abundance of beuuuiul bair mid a smooth,
>?i '.'?.?- ..^.%V.'}-; .. . . unblemished complexion. We want ugeuls
"... j .'. - ".??V??;.-??'' " !!> everywhere, pleasant employment, big re
v ; & . /-'."S*?$*Sfe? turns.
^._.;.,<. o '" . . v l''??* the Conip'exion. Cold Cream, a skin
j . '.; ''/':^;;T' . . y cleaner with lieu ling properties, 50c. Skin
-. V .. '.\N' . l'*0?d, a nourishing Cream lor making thin
:*' ';: - ' 'Ki? ue( ,iS Plump und hollow faces full, 6uc.
, . .? 4 ?;?*'r . Illeacliene, for those desiring a lighter
1 ''?3 '"V % y''trv? complexion, will remove lan, sun bum und
'?v?.^*' l^- '?') ,Iver spots, 5uc. Peroxide Vanishing
;vv * '? ?>zCream. Protects the skin from exposure
. ^ " ; > -VJ to sun, wind and dual, 5uc. beauty Cake.
' i * Keeps you looking yuung. You owe il io
f ..' -yourself to look your best, 75c.
t Face Powder. ^ ou have but one face,
'c' wily disligure it with a cheap powder.
^ j.^ ' . , : . fyx&fc'if Shades. Flesh, Iii own, Pink and While. 5?c.
^""i " " -----^- - Creole Hair Oil. For generally beautify
ing ...?n. s woi?eli?'iTn? children's hair. 50c.
tlliiss: Che:-, the hair that slick, glossy appearance, 35c.
Hair Crower: We guarantee and can prove ?u you lhat our Hair Grower
ls ibo must vvuudeitUi ou the market and is unlike uny you have ever
Cocoanut Oil Shampoo Soap: A pure vegetable lathering soap, made of
ouly the put est ingr?dients, f?Uc.
Special Six Week's Treatment for V/omen'i Hair.
Hair Grower. Gloss and Cocoanut Uti Shampoo Soap. $1.-5.
Men's Hair Pomade, Creole Hair (Jil and Veutiluled Night Cap. $1.75.
Mm s Straightening Cream. Will absolutely straighten meu's bair in
tu eui) inmutes, iuc.
Misa Loys Henry, 712 Calhoun St.. Co.umbia. S. C.
Mrs. Mamie McDaniel. 720 Calhoun St.: Mrs. Tolsey White. 1315
Gregg St.; Mrs. Katherine Perry, F.US Washington St.; Miss Hattie L.
West, al5 Hull St.; Misa Kebeecu Deas, 61 'J Taylor St.; Mrs. L. M. Clark,
lJ_'li Ll in wood Ave.; Mrs. Sarah Jones, 1JJ5 Gregg Si ; Mrs. Magglj Ford,
1712 Ytushiuglon Si ; Mrs. Maggie Kelley. 12J1 Scott St.; Mrs. N. F.
I lay good, HUM Ulauding St.; Mis. Mamie Summers, 121S House St.,
Waver.y; Mi.-s L.->?ie UulT, ???OS Calhoun St.; Mrs. Annie Ulchardsou.
Lakesland, S. C.
The Beckwith Mfg. Co.
Formerly 1 he Ambrosia loiiti Lo.
2 134 Cenital Ave. Cleveland, Chio.
R. B. PRECIA & SONS
Contractors and Builders.
Office, Laurel Street.
Service and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Huu.->e and Coat Uuiidiug,
1 lome Add:ess,
II. P. D. 3, box 25 Columbia, S. C.
Office Hours: T?l?phon?e
12 to 1:30 p. m. He*., 3U13
4 lo 7:30 p. tn.
DR. N. A. JENKINS
9 to U:uo a. m. Office, 1033
Dlsen.es of Womer, and Office Work.
1107 12 Washington 2202 llamploa
BROADWAY DAIRY LUNCH
1108 Washington St., Columbia
For Ladies and Gentlemen
Club, Chicken and Ham
Chicken, Potato, Fruit, Lettuce
Special Dinner, 50c
L. A. HAWKINS
Real Estate Agency
"HOMES ON EASV TERMS.1
1107 Washington Street
CO' UMB* A, &. C.