DH. C. E. STEPHENSON
Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phone 6548
Office Phone 3536
Osaca Hours: 9 to 10:30 A. M.
1:80 to3 P. M., 6 to 8:30 P. M.
Diseases of Women and Children a
OFFICB UH 1-2 Assembly St..
Office Phone 602f Res. Phon? 6798
N. J. FREDERICK
Practica in All Courts of the State.
Attorney at Law and Notary Public
1119 Washington St., Columbia, S. C
DR. J. E. WATTS
Gold Crown and Bridge Work a
1116 1-2 Washington St. Columbia
Over Johnson, Bradley & Morriu
Pkanas: Office 3796. Residence 4692
9 to 10:30 A. M. 2 to 4:00 P. M.
12 to 1:00 P. M. 6 to 8:00 P. M.
DR. J. G. STUART
Physician and Surgeon
Disaasas of Women and Children a
Office 1323 Assembly St. Residence
1417 Pine St.
flours: I) to 10 A. M. 1 to 2 P. M.
8 to 4 P. M. 7 to 8 P. M.
DR. L. M. DANIELS
Physician and Surgeon
Special Attention Given Diseases of
1121 Washington St. 2210 Hampton
Phone 6429 7165
Fillings, Plates, Crowns and Bridges
Ocffie Hours Telephones
8:30 a. m. to 1:00 p. m. Office ?033
2:00 p. m. to 6:30 p. m. Res 3873
DU. D. K. JENKINS
Sunday by Appointment
Extraction by Conductive Anesthesia
1107 1-2 Washington St. Cola. S. C.
Office Hours: Telephone?
9 to 11:00 a. m. Office 0033
12 to 1:30 p. m. Res. 3878
4 to 7:30 p. m.
DU. N. A. JENKINS
Diseases of Women and Oilice Work.
1107 1-2 Washington 2202 Hampton
Office Hours: Phones:
10-12 A. M. (-?Ice 5744
2-6 P. M. Res. 3303-W
Sunday by Appointaient
DR. M. A. EVANS
Diseases of Women and Children s
Specialty. Graduate Nurses in
1501 Taylor St. Columbia, S. C.
DR. H. II. COOPER
' Gold Crown and Bridge Work s
Special Attention Given Diseases of
Phone 6429 1125 Washington St.
L. A. HAWKINS
Real Estate Agency
"HOMES ON EASY TERMS."
1107 1-2 Washington Street
Columbia, S. C.
BUTLER W. NANCE, MONEY TO LOA N |
Attorney At Low And Notary Money to loan on Household Fur- ?
Public niture, Pianos, Live Stock and Auto
Will Practice in all courts, State and mobiles. 1
Federal THE CAROLINA LOAN & GUAR
Phono: Office 5972, Residence 3727 A NT Y Company
ll07 1-2 Washington St.. Columbia. 1528 Main s' Phone 49?c
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Take a dip in the beautiful Swimming Pool at Lindonwuod Park.
The park is splendid with natural beauty-grass covered hills, shade trees,
walks and drives and a tine Spring of pure sparkling spring water -"A thing
ol' beauty is a joy forever."
The Pond with a great inflow ol' pure water from the high hills above is the
greatest in thc State of Si uth Carolina. On the bank of this beautiful pond
are 44 bathing houses, lockers to accommodate patrons. Manager in charge,
-from 10 A. M. until ll P. M.
A Lunch Counter is to be maintained where good EATS will be i:i operation
at all times. Menu-Pine fat, juicy chicken, Eggs on toast, Salada, Berries,
all Lindenwood Par's own products.
A FINE BIG AUDITORIUM that will well accommodate 4,000 :s in readi
ness for service in case of rains or storms.
One of the most beautifully facinatinu places in the whole world is Linden
wood Park on a moonlight night.
CLASSIC MUSIC EVERY NIGHT.
Mr. John B. Evans, who hus recently returned from Oberlin Cons jrvatory of
Music where he made a specialty of the violin will direct the music.
BIG CROWDS AND ML CH MERRIMENT EVERY AFTERNOON AND
Now Swimming Classes are being formed-Same will meet on Monday and
Friday afternoons at the park.
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2401 Gervais St.
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LOCALS AND PERSONALS. I
A lotter from little Sylvesta Roach
low in Atlantic City, N. J., to
?Daddy" states that she is enjoying
lorsolf in the highest.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hopkins and
ittlu sons, James Edward, Jr., and
lildreth Eugene accompanied by
heir grandmother, Mrs. John f'an
ion and Mrs. Sarah Clark motored to
dewberry Sunday morning. They
eturtied Sunday night after spending
i pleasant day with relatives and
nends. Mrs. John Cannon and her
ittle grand sons will remain to spend
heir vacation with their cousins, Mr.
ind Mrs. Joe Davis of 500 Drayton
Miss Muriel Ross of Charleston, is
he guest of Mrs. James Hopkin?,
':22V Gervais Street.
Mr. 1. S. Leevy spoke to a large
?oneour.se of farmers nt Westville
Rev. N. Smith of Ridgeway waa
leen in the city this week.
Mr. C. M. Williams was in thc city
ast Wednesday on business.
Mrs. Mary E. Goodwin of 2114
Lady Street has been confined indoors
for several weeks but at this writing
s gradually improving. Tho ?ndica
Lor hopes that she will soon be her
Rev. Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Roberts
passed through the city this week on
their return to Denmark. Miss Hen
rietta and Margurite Russell, their
grand children accompanied them for
the remainder of the summer.
Rev. H. J. Ryai was in the city last
Tuesday on business.
Little Sarah Thompson, eldest
child of Dr. and Mrs. D. F. Thomp
son, is getting along nicely and seems
to be out of danger from tho bite of
a mad cat sometime agc.
Miss Birdie Baylor left this week
for a short stay in Asheville, N. C.
Dr. D. F. Thompson conducted
quite a successful revival meeting in
Bennettsville last week and the week
before for Dr. S. S. Youngblood, Jr.
Only professional cards of leading
and progressive physician* and den
tists are carried in the columns of
The Indicator. When in need of
such services, consult our columns.
Mrs. Katie Duncan of (.'aniden
spent a few days in the city visiting
her brother and sister. J. A. and
Daisy Roach, this week.
Mr. S. J. Gregory of Park Street is
very sick at this writing. We hope
he will soon be out again.
Mrs. Flora W. Powell, formerly of
here but now of Sparlar.burg ??pent
several days in the city this week on
business mixed with plleatuire. Mrs.
Powell will be remembered as Miss
Kiora Wallace, the prima dona .?inger
of this city before she left here. We
were indeed glad to see Mrs. Powell
and welcome her at all times to her
Mr. J. W. Brunson, his wife ??nc!
her mother, Mrs. Warley motet ed to
Union to be in attendance at the
Grand Lodge of Samaritans, No. 12,
Mesdames Ella Lowndes and N,
Brown attended the Samaritan
Grand Lodge No. 12 in Union this
Miss C. C. Davis has returnee
home from Philadelphia where she
went for treatment. She is i ir. provee,
very much from the same.
Mr. Arthur Ellis, Jr., nephew ol
Mrs. Robert Nelson, is spending i
few weeks with his cousins. Master!
i Ralph and Robert. Jr.
Our Linotype Operator says stu
wish the many writers to The Indica
tor would have a little mercy on he
during these hot days by writinj
plainly and correctly. It will savi
her many moments of trouble ani
make her work easy. Many thank
[ in advance for heeding the request.
I Our office was graoed last Saturad;
morning with the presence of Proi
W. D. Prince of Morris College an
Rev. B. L. Hall of Greeleyville. W
were indeed glad to have these gen
Mrs. Hattie Green of the city an
Mrs. Katie Duncan of Camden, sisU
of the editor visited our office las
Mr. John J. Dillard of Bishopvil
waa in the city Thursday shakin
hands with his many friends.
Hon. R. W. Wcstbcrry and Att;
M. J. Frederick of Sumter worn
thc city Thursday on business.
Mrs. Sanders Tucker of Washing
ton, 1). C., is in the city visiting Mrs.
Julia Bonner in Waverley.
Miss Mary Kay Saxon spent a few
days in Benedict Hospital this week
when- she had her tonsils removed.
Dr. N. A. Jenkins, specialist operated.
Mr. P. 1!. Price hoad clerk at I. S.
Leevy's Washington Street store and
Mrs. Price spent last Wednesday in
Winnsboro having taken in the picnic
of Jones Chapel A. M. E. Z. Church.
Subscribe for The Indicator and stop
borrowing your neighbor's paper and
in that way helhp a worthy cause.
Phone 1051 Office Hours
8:30 A. M. to 1 P. M.
.J:U0 P. M. to 7 P. M.
8-.:iU A. M. to 11:30 A. M.
2:00 P. M. tu -1:00 P. M. \
D?t C. L. ECCLESTON
lO'J Spring St., Greenville, S. C.
A NEGRO IN NP:WS.
Dr. Molen'? Observation ls That
Negro Criminals Have Easier
Access to News Columns Than
Any (d' Fifty Negro Bani:
By Albon L. Ilolsey.
Five newspaper men of varying ex
periences sat down together lo dis
cuss the question of giving th? A
mcrican reading public through the
regular news channels, certain facts
showing the progress and forward
strides of the Negro race. Twe of
these men were Negroes and the
others were friends of the race.
No group ever came together with
more hope and none was more sin
cere and earnest in its desire lo ren
der service. Although these men
have written continuously concerning
the race problem, not one of them
ever wrote an unkind or an embitter
ed line; and not one had ever know
ingly violated any of the ethical
standard:-, of newspaper writing. And
yet, as these men unfolded their ex
periences, it was simply seen that
each one had somehow run into the
same "blind alley"-that the great
reading mass of America is not in
terested in the Negro except as a
One membr of the group related a
conversation he had with the editor
of a Southern daily paper in which
the editor said that he frequently
published news of Negro achieve
ment in his paper, because of his per
sonal interest in the welfare of the
Negro race. "I invariably receive
letters of protest from our readers,"
said the editor, "when something of
this sort has appeared in our col
umns, so 1 have been led to believe
? hat the Negro is not generally ac
cepted as news, except in crime."
"After all, continued this same
editor, "newspapers mus", have sub
scribers to enable them to run, and
we must either please the majority of
I our subscribers or close up shop. So
far as I uni personally concerned, I
nm willing to give our readers as
much of the news about successful
Negroes as they will stand, but tn
the last analysis, they must be the
Another of this group said that in
all of his experiences with reporters,
editors and desk men. covering a
period of fourteen years, the average
number of representative Negroes
known by them was three and that in
most cases these were only vaguely
1 known. He also found that few of
' these news gatherers knew the local
Negroes of standing in their com
munities, except in rare instances.
1 Still another stated that he had
! been reliably informed that one of
' the moving picture concerns which
issues, at regular intervals, films of
current news, has an unwritten law
in its office that the Negro is not news
1 except in crime or in buffoonery,
' such as watermelon eating contests.
He further said that the records of
his office showed that when the Negro
? had been featured in any other way
" than indicated above, frequently ex
r hihitors had themselves deleted that
? part of the film because their audi
p enees were not interested.
* At no time in the conference of
R these five men was there one word of
denunciation uttered. They were,
rather, depressed, and one recalled an
y utterance of Dr. Robert R. Moton
. Principal of Tuskegee Institute, wh<
d said, in addressing a group of whitt
e newspaper men recently, that it wai
I- an unfortunate situation in America
that a Negro criminal hnd easier ac
cess to the newspaper columns thai
d the presidents of any of the fifty o
?t more Negro banks,
il With enlarged opportunities fo
educational advancement in the Sout!
the Negro is rapidly becoming a read
le ing and thinking citizen and he i
? quite willing to stand on his recor
as a useful American if the readin
public will study both sides of th
y- picture and accordingly measure it
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