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9 satti-M as S?c<fQ? C1M? matter ; ^ T - ? J. A. ROACH, Edil & Telepkones : Offica, 76S7: ? - SaJwcriptian In Adyanca: On? Y?ai - Ajf?*U Wanted Ererywhcre; Wi . , - Adrertiainr Rate? Made 1 SATURDAY, AUG. 12, 1922. No nation appears to want a place in the sun during hot weather. The trouble with salads and kin dred side dishes is that they do not take the place of real food. Some people just will not pay their honest debts and when their creditors dun them they get all up in the air, about it. Watchmakers are not lawyers, but, as a local one remarked, they handle many a case. Most farm homes still lack both tubs. Farmers probably have heard of plumber's bills. It is the little job of printing just as much so as the big one, out of as well as in town, that help to keep our wheels humming. Cl A woman in Indiana admitted that she frequently kissed her bull dog in preference to her husband, and got more enjoyment out of the practice. There are not many bull dogs in South Carolina that can claim such precedence and no husband, to our knowledge, would allow it. Two bachelor maids wrote to a paper saying that the modern young man is n. g. and that they are better off single. They should doll up at tend a few parties and act like vamps when they might be induced to change their tune. Advertising is the greatest force in the world today, declares an ex pert. It is nothing if not that. It re mains the shortest cut to the intelli gence of the multitude, and though there may be other methods of sell^ r'-itfg^sbirie goods, there is no other method to sell as much goods. Ad vertising is the engine in the fliwer of business. The special call meeting of the Greenville County legislature result ed into a relief fund for the hail stricken farmer's section. $6,000 will be distributed in cash, and $4,000 for road buillding purposes providing employment for some of the sufferers. That's pretty good for Greenville. It is a foregone conclu sion that the $6,000 will be distribut .ed among the white farmers and thc $4,000 will go to Negro laborers anc their white bosses. Nothing The Indicator can say oi do that can or will retard the retro gressing progress of the Colorei State Fair Association of South Car olina. Therefore it will simply con tinue to speak the truth irrespectiv. of what any of its officials may sa; or do. The fact is, an insignifican fellow has just as much right speak ing the truth about the failure of th Fair Association as any great states man, leader or millionaire. Fact are facts matters not from whoi they come. Young Girls. It is clear that some modern pai entB do hot keep tab on their hal grown daughters. Those are not ? an age when the blandishments < youths are sometimes altogether t< effective. In our day, when the use of aut mobile makes it easy to make i joy-riding parties, sometimes < slight acquaintance, it is particular necessary for parents to guide thc daughters and not permit them to lured into questionable paths. Vacation. The era of vacations is at height and will soon be over. Va( tiona are meant to be periods of i taxation, rest and recuperation, change of scene, places to visit, a admire, produce a new trend thoughts that invariably stay wi the' recipient at least through out y?ar. Vacations cost considerably mc than they did several years ago, those who have taken them this ye .can testify. Automobile touri id campers figure they can circu the increased rates, especia take such trips together Indicator baylor Street, Columbia. S.C. ?t the Columbia Postofice. ior-Publiaher Residence, 3490 r, $1.50; Six Meaths, .90 rite the Editor for Terms. ?jiown on Application. F Sar Bat S Em sibi I C Chi Be No Bri me W ?ICAGO LETTER FROM PASTOR MOORE. Chicago has been in quite an un danced condition for a week due to strike on the street car line. More ian two million people were forced ithout a day's notice, to walk here id there. Thousands were compell i to be on their jobs and many live rom five to twenty-five miles from leir work. To help out in this risis every thing on four wheels was y city authorities pressed into ser ice. It was no difficult task to get he private cars, trucks and even lany from the junk pile, when 25c ould be collected for riding 3 dr 23 ilocks from each person. Even /omen got into the game and car ied away more real cash than many >f the men. But at an early hour tomorrow, 'Monday) the cars will begin to the tpecia 1 delight of Chicagoans and 1er many thousand visitors, since :hey have come to terms. By special invitation of Dr. Richard El. Howard, M. D., I worshipped at Providence Baptist Church of which tie is an active member and dined with him and his wife. He is a sue cessful physician and a splendid representative of the old Palmetto State. He insisted upon us to preach for Providence people and to please the many urging Carolinians we ac cepted invitation to fill their pulpit al! day next Sabbath. In company with Dr. Howard we called upon the Cooper Brothers, who are succeeding in the merchantile busi ness, only to be disappointed in find ing them out. We shall repeat the trip before our next letter. Prof. Zack Townsend and I will either visit important educational places Monday or take a trip on the lake to Milwaukee. I am very fond of water but this Lake is too much for me and it is very likely that the points of interest ? in (Jhicagt> will have more charms for me than a ride on lake Michigan. H. M. Moore, 3115 Prarie Ave., Chicago. COME! COME! WHERE? To the Farmers' Picnic and Barbe cue, Wednesday, August 16, 1922 at Lindenwood Park three and one half miles from Columbia on the Two Notch Road. Everybody is invited to this Park on the 16th. Bathing and. many sports will be indulged in to the pleasure of the public. Prominent men will speak on farm topics. Come and bring your family for a day. All of Columbia is invited to come and let the children have this outing and see the backbone of civilization. Pinckney's Band will furnish music, The Auditorium will seat 2,000 Come one, come all. The Uniform Rank of the Courts will give a drill Jitneys will meet Waverley Cars al corner of Heidt and Taylor Streets every thirty minutes. A NEW DENTIST FOR GREENVILLE Dr. C. L. Eccleston has opened u his office for the practice of dentistr in Greenville, S. C., at 109 Sprin Street, in Dr. J. D. Richey's old offte The friends of The Indicator i Greenville and surrounding towi will benefit by patronizing Dr. E cleston. He will be found to be oi of the finest young men in the Sta Aside from his fine qualities he mai the highest average before the boa of dental examiners in this state r cently. See his professional card in til issue. Miss Bertha Simons of Fairwc Ind. School is now taking her va? tion. We wish for her a nieass time in the city and other plac which she plans visiting before s resumes her duties at the school The Supt. of Fairwold said th always appreciate visitors to 1 school and more so now since M as j Simons is away. Go out folks a .ar sse the folks and help* them to stn lively and see what is being done : m. the girls when you go out for y< Hy afternoon ride. irst Calvary Baptist Church, Miss a Jennings, Subject: The Greatest ties ever Won. idney Park C. M. E. Church, Miss ma Session, Subject: The Respon lities of Young Men. nstrumental Solo, Mr. A. P. Hardy ?iven at Sidney Park C. M. E. arch, Aug. 11th. 1922, at 8 o'clock, on time. For the benefit of Club . 6, Mrs. Susie Hill, Capt., J. W. anson, Promoter, Rev. W. E. Far r, Pastor. ADMISSION 15c. ANTED-Several ladies to learn Delvotone System of beauty cul ture, Scalp a specialty. Traveling expenses paid. Call at 1025 Col lege Street. cigarettes They are GOOD! ia Buy t hii GgarttteaniSaveMoney Mrs. Asberry Simpson formerly iss Hattie Simpson of here and now ! Greensboro, N. C. spent several lys in the city visiting her aunt, rs. Lucy Johnson of 1221 Barnwell treet. She returned home very uch pleased at being home again. Cures Malaria, Chills, Fever, Bilious Fever, Colds and LaGrippe. $500 REWARD TO ANY PERSON THAT FINDS IN DR. MARION'S HAIR STRAIGHTENER AND BEAUTIFER Anythiny that is injurious to the hair or scalp. It is especially formulated for Coloreo! people by a master chemist highly perfumed and Guaranteed to straighten harsh and stubborn hair causing it to grow long fluffy and easy to manage without the use of hot combs, irons or hot towels. DON'T confuse this exqusite preparation with cheap and worthless Imitations but set right down and order a box today and convince your self of its wonderful possibilities. * LIVE AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY COMMUNITY. ?aW Dr. L. C. Marion 1420 Taylor Street, Columbia, S. C. SECOND CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH - Bull Street, Between Taylor and Hampton Streets. Invites you and your friends to worship with them at all of their services. ORDER OF SERVICE. Sunday 10 A, M.. Sunday School, E. E. Cornwell, Supt. Sunday ll A. M., Morning Service. Sunday 6 P. M., B. Y. P. U.r! Mis. Albertha Simons, Pres. Sunday 7:80 P. M., Evening Service. H. M. Moore, A. B., D. D., Pastor. Dr. J. H. Thomas and a few other young men of Camden motored to the city la&? .Thursday and stopped 49} few minutes at the shop. They were enroute to Union to attend the Grand Lodge of Samaritan* No. 12. rrChiiiJped "hands and races needn't ' bother.] MENTHOLATUM soothes and healsi \?hap?andchilbl ' ^ -ickjy and ^ ^ ? 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