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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 9 July 1921

TOLTO* ? .S.aSATURfHv, JULY ? 1921 NUMBER 33 PANSY JpVZHtLE COUNCIL. All members of the Pansy Juvenile Council are requested to meet at the regular place of meeting next Wed nesday afternoon, July 13th, 1921. Business of importance to be trans acted. We jrant to plan for our pic nic and speajkers for the Grand Lodge. Mrs. E. C. Nelson, Worthy Matron. Mrs. E. d Nelson is teaching bas ketry at Suite College, Orangetrarg, during the be out of th? pummer normal and will city for three weeks, but will be hefe to hold the Juvenile meeting. LAURENS NOTES. Mrs. Mai Eg ssa Chappell and Mrs. Othello Simpson attended the Wo men's Convention at Greenville. Mrs. Shepperd and Mrs. Lucinda, Davis represented Springfield church at the Women's Convention. All re ported a fino time. Among Uose the writer met on their way* to Greenville last Wednes day were Mrs. Garrick and Mrs. J. J. Starks of Sumter, Mrs. Lee of Colum bia, Mrs. Daisy D. Parrott, Mrs. S. L. Finley of Chester, Rev. and Mrs. S. C. Camp...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 9 July 1921

Tkm Southern Indicator. Published Weekly. CSLUiitlA. SOUTH CAROLINA. PHONE 2637. Subscription One Year .... Six months .. Three months Rates (In Advance.) .$1.50 .90 .60 IMPORTANT Th? aubscr ption price to rn* in dicator only entitles a suDscriber to the paper md not to publish free Cards of Thanks, Obituaries, etc. These cost extra. Send $1.00 wi'h obituaries. $1.00 with a Cardlcf Thanks, $1.00 with a short article on church and Sun day school {work, unions. coav?n tioss, eonf ; ranees, etc. Marriage announcements, $1.60; marriage w *ite-up, $1.00 up. No tices, 50^. ujp. Send or bring the eejsh Editor. JUliY9ch. 1921. Convention The sessibn of the Women's held in Greenville was the gijeatest in the history of the Contention as to number, finance andJuplifting work done. The same ofiicers were re-elected. TheConven "iongoes to Bennetts ville next year. * * * There see us to be quite a lack of interest in the Columbia Board of Trade al eady. Some of th e main men who clamored for ths...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 9 July 1921

Benedic| College, Columbia, S. C, June 22, 1921 Dear Friend: ... PerhapsjVou know that President Valentine! will not be back at Bene dict college next year. The Rev Clarence k Antisdel, whose service as professor of English makes him thoroughly familiar with Benedict's work, wil^ be acting president He has been a missionary to Africa, and has shownj his devotion to the colored people by j a most self-sacrificing life. We hav$ been glad to see the high esteem in j which President Valentine! is held bjj many who came to know him. He jias some rare qualities and gave unstinted and most valuable ser vice to thja school. Professor Antis del gives jevery indication of having the ability,' the devotion to the colored race, the. Christian character and spirit, and) the power to win friends which willj make his work successful. We kno^jr that fiae change of admin istration tfill not interfere with your Interest i? the school. Causes are more important than men. Your loy alty is notj primaril...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 9 July 1921

A con vemen t place to buy your Hats and have your Dresses made is in Waverley at the i WAVERLEY MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING SHOP. End of Waverley Car Line. LET LE?VY, THE TAILOR, on Taylor Street, make your New Suit and Overcoat Old Suits altered, cleaned or dyed. Coats re-lined. All work guaranteed. Phone I. S. Leevy, 319. or come to 1221 T*~,~'- St AMUSEMENT PARK. Baseba.il, Volley ball, Basket ball, Tennis ; court, Croquat, Swimming pool, Swings and slides for children. Golf links to be operated. Only three and one-half miles from the State House on National High way. Pure, sparkling spring water, beau tiful scenery and fresh country air. Picnic : grounds for churches, lodges and schools. Big pavilion with large DOUGLASS REALTY CO. The Douglass Realty and Develop ment Company, located at 1014 Wash ington street, throws its doors open to the public. We have entered the field at an opportune time, to render valuable? service to the public in gen eral and the race in particular. We p...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 16 July 1921

j_ .. : I I I ii 1 _ > JOB PRINTING Neatly aneli promptly done at pre-war prices. Mail orders a specialty, phone 2637. Mr The Southern Indicator ADVERTISING PAYS When placed in The Indicatore Read by over 5,000 in alone. TOLumjss COLUMBIA, S.C. SAT UR^ Y, JULY i6 l$21 NUMBER 34 THE PRCf PHET CONDUCT ED A REVIVAL ATMT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH SUMTLR. ing on but my crowd ience was 1 tions and $15 UO was On Saturday, June 26, I start ed to Sum tor from Augusta, Ga., to conduct a week's revival at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Rev. D. J. Johnson, is pastor of this large churc h. Dea.R. W. West berry, who is a member of my high Council rendered great as sistance to the pastor by helping to advertise the meeting at great expense also he put bath of his cars at our disposal. I spent all the week in the nice parsonage of the past >r. Including my In troductory sermon on my first; visiti prerched seven sermons' and the remit of my work was; the addition of 60 persons to the' church. One thing t...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 16 July 1921

Tk% Sentthem Indicator. Published Weekly. C0LU?e}IAs SOUTH CAROLINA. HONE 2637. Subscription Retee (In Advance.) One Year.$1.50 Six menta?.90 Three month* .SO IMPORTANT. < __ I * To* subscription price to Tn? In dicator only entitles a subscriber to the d'iper and not to publish free Cards of Thanks, Obituaries, etc. These post extra. Send ? $1.00 wi'h obituaries, $1.00 with a I Card of Thanks. $1.00 with a short article on church and Sun day school work, unions, conven tions, conf fences, etc. Marriage announcements, $1.00; marriage write-up. $1.00 up. No tieee, 50c. up. Send or bring the ease I Editor. JULYU, 1921. Jack! Johnson, former heavy weight champion, is again a free man. Many 50c girls are doning their feet wjth $5. 00 stockings. j We heard sometime ago that a certain millinery store in this city di i not allow Negroes to try on their hats and when prices were jquoted to Negroes they were unreasonably high presum ably tp shew that they did not care tojserve Negroes. Wh...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 16 July 1921

I Benedict5 College, Columbia, S. C, _ _ ! June 22, 1921. Dear Friend: Perhaps I you know that President Valentine jwfli not be back at Bene diet college next year. The Rev. Clarence p. Antisdel, whose service as professor of English makes him thoroughly! familiar with Benedict's work, willj be acting president. He has been a missionary to Africa, and has shown! his devotion to the colored people byja most self-sacrificing life. We have; been glad to see the high esteem in j which President Valentine is held byj many who came to know him. He has some rare qualities and gave unstinted and most valuable ser-j vice to the school. Professor Antis del gives jevery indication of having the ability] the devotion to the colored race, thej Christian character and spirit, anal the power to win friends which willj make his work successful. We knot that the change of admin istration fall not interfere with your Interest ifc the school. Causes are more important than men. Your loy alty is noi pr...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 16 July 1921

PAY NOW. We hare! sent ont bills to several who owe us for printing and subscrip tion, from ! whom we should like. to hear at once. If you have received such, kindly let us hear from you. If you owe u? and have not heard from us don't wait to get a bill, kindly at tend to this at once. - A convenient place to buy your Hats and have your Dresses made is in Waverley at the I WAVERLEY MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING SHOP. End of Waverley Car Line. LET LEEVY, THE TAILOR, on Taylor Street, make your New Suit and Overcoat Old Suits altered, cleaned or dyed> Coats re-lined. All work guaranteed. Phone I. S. Leevy, 319, or comej to 1221 T>?r,'%r St Mrs. L. King Meals, Ice Cream and Cold Drinks Prompt and Polite Service 1004 Washington Street 666 cures Malaria, Chills and Fever, Bilious Fever, Colds and LaGrippe, or money refunded. COLUMBIA $ INOTYPE COMPOSITION COMPANY We setltype for Colored news papers, I also Catalogues, Maga zines, Programs Statistics and all kinds of typesetting. Give u...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 23 July 1921

JOB PRINTING Neatly Ind-promptly done at pre-war price*. Mail orders a specialty. Piume 2637. TOL1 The Southern Indicator ADVERTISING PAYS When placed in The Indicatore Read by orar 5,000 in Columbia alone. ,? COLUMBIA. S.C. SATUB?^. JULY#TI921_ NUMBER ?S Atlanta Prepares For Busi ness League?Anotker B?nk Opens?Other News. ?y W. F. Williams. Atlaita, Ga., July 14-While the sut in its midsummer mad ness p >urs its penetrating rays upon a dozen hills, of the Gate City of the South, sympathizing zephyr i from some haven of un forgetfulness bring refreshing coolness and bewitching odors j which make life still a pleasure. With [mellow Georgia peaches and jupcy Georgia water melons at their best and almost free if you'11 jkote them, it is great to live in t)ixie in the good old sum mer tike. Nothing impedes the progress of the Atlanta Negro Business League. They are preparing to put it over Philadelphia and Cities that have entertain great commerical organi Mr. J. 0 Ross, the lignt of...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 23 July 1921

Thm Seutiiera Imdicator. Published W?ekly. CvLUwBIA* SOUTH CAROLINA. PHONE Su?ssrSptisfli Rates Oso Tear. 8?x months. Three months . IMPORTANT j(ln Advance.) .11.50 . .90 .SO Obituaries, etc. Tme subscription: i rice to The In dlcator only entitles a subscriber to the paper and not) to publish free Cards of Thanks. These cost extra. Send $1.0? wi'h Obituaries, $1.00 with a Card of Thinks. $1.00 with" a short article on cjhurch and Sun ds>j school work, tioas, conf jcenees, ? Marriage announcements, $l.t0; marriage write-up. J $1.00 up. No tiees. Sto. up. Send or brina the ! Editor, (unions, conven to. IULY 23 Some Negroes, like some white folks, rejoice at th one of his race. 1921 misfortune of Some people#tarej chronic kickers They kick if you jdo, and kick if you don't do j A Negro near Iva, who cannot write, was accused of writing notes to some whjite girls a few days ago and his \*jife was accused of being an accessary te the crime. Both had to be spjeeded away to another tow...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 23 July 1921

:al news. Miss Zoelma Tornar of Jfaw wia the guest of Miss Ida l?fhe Cita vis for the last two weeks. itev. E .M.^ Taylor was called tothepa&torate of Brown Chap-j I Baptiat Church on the first] Sunday h July. iKa Trinity Baptist Church is a thriving little church in the Waverley district. Rev. H. M. Taylor preached for them Sun day nigh; last . Mrs. L. J. Williams returned home las1; Saturday after spend ing six weeks with her daughter, Mrs. J.k Roach. Little Syl ves taRoach and Edna Hamilton left with their grand to spend a few weeks. : ! Prof. 3. L. Finley of Chester and Prof \ W .W. L. Clark of Sen eca called by our office Monday on their way home from the con vention, j Dr. H.M. Moore left last Tues day for Asheville, N. C, where he will spend his vacation. . The Pink and Yellow Lawn Party given on Dr. Jenkies' Laws lasjt Monday evening by the Church Aid Club of Second Calvary Was largely attended by members;and friends. The children of the city are taking Advantage of the ...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 23 July 1921

P^Y NOW. .... We nave sent out bills to severs! who owe us for, printing an* subscrip tion, from whom we should like to hear at oace.? If 70a have received such, kindly let us hear from you. If you owe us a$td nave not heard from us don't wait [to gei & b i, kindly at tend to this alt once. A convenient place to buy your Hat* and have your Dresses made is in Waverley at the WAVERLEY MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING SHOP. End of Waverley Car Line. LET LEEVY, THE TAILOR, on Taylor Street, make your New Suit and Overcoat Old Suits altered, cleaned or dyed, (posts re-lined. All work guaranteed^ Phone I. S. Leery, 319, or come toi 1221 Tp~'~r St Mrsl L. King Meals. Ice Cream and Cold j Drinks Prompt and Polite Service 1004 Washington Street 666 cures Malaria, Chills and Fever, Bilious Fever, Colds and LaGrippe, or money refunded.* COLUMBIA LINOTYPE COMPOSITION COMPANY We set type for Colored news papers, al^o Catalogues, Maga zines, Programs Statistics and air kinds of typesetting. Give us ...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 30 July 1921

JOB PRINTING Neatly and prcpnj pre-war prices, specialty. Phohe VOLUMI 23 ss MB ptly done at Mail orders a 2637. Indicator COLUMBIA, S.C. SAT UR|*Y, JULY 30 1921 ADVERTISING PAYS When placed in The Indicator. Read by over 5,000 in-Columbia alone. NUMBER 36 LEADING PHYSICIAN ENDORSES THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR Dr. J. W. Hepes Sexto] Thinks Live Negro Journals One ef Our Speaks In Glowing Terms of Sumter Attjorney. Reads 13 Negro Journals Spartanburg, S. C, July 24th, 1921. Mr. J. A. Roactt, Editor of The Indicator. Dear Sir:- Enclosed find check for $2.00 to apply to my sub scription. I do not know whether I owe you or not as I have never applied business methods to my busy life that counts for anything in an unbusmess vay. I never take time to congratulate the man who is making i : possible for us all. But by your continual appeal in a Christian ar d gentlemanly way lam forced this morning to lay aside my bn ad winning time and use the same to give you an expression that reaches my hear...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 30 July 1921

The Southern Iadieitor. Published Weekly. e*LU?SIA, SOUTH CAROLINA. PHONE 2657. tv?eerIptfiea Ratte (In Advance.) O&e Tear .... ?? months .. Tare* zaonths $1.50 .90 .so IMPORTANT. The subscription price to Tn? In dicator only entltlea a subscriber to the paper and sot to publish free Caria of Tljanks, Obituaries, etc. These cost extra. Sene ILO?! wi+h obituaries. $1.00 with a Card [of Thanks, $1.00 with a short article on church and Sun iay sehool Work, unions, conven tloas, conferences, etc. Marriage fumoaacements, $1.10; amarriate write-up, $1.01 up. No tfeas, SSc. ujs. 8eid or bring the Editor. AuduST 30, 1921 Register! Register!! Register!! Headline Lynches Whfite Mob spirit! Mississippi Mob Man." is so rampant now that white lyjnchers have turned on themselves as was the case a few days ago in Mississippi. Just as we expected, the new past time of iaring Uncle Sam by tarring, feathering, sacking, drag-, ing and dumping in the streets, of] white men and women is the work of ...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 30 July 1921

Sunday night, ivas called in LOCAL NjEWS. Mr. Jonas Thcjmas, the big cotton planter of Mkrlboro county is in th? city speeding a week with Rev. Richard Carroll. They will probably go tojsome country place or te Battle j Creek, Mich. Mr. Thomas has Already spent sometime at Battle Creek. He and Rev. Richard Carroll are both suffering with hi^h blood pres sure. Mr. Thomas was thinking of spending a fewjdays at Bene dict College Hospit?l which is un der the management of Miss A. A. Nelson. Mrs. Janie Max well of Laurens is in the city as thj* guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Stukrt. It is said that Dr.j D. F. Thomp son will be a candidate in the election for president of the Bap tist State Convention, when it meets in Columbiaj next Novem ber. Dr. J. S. Earile of Spartan burg still has his! 4'hat in the ring'' for the samej position. Mr. Jonas Thon: as worked on his farm last year one hundred twenty mules and ijnade over two thousand bales of qotton. There are no boll weevil in Marlboro cou...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 30 July 1921

I i I Misses El&a and Ethel Carr are visiting relatives in Augusta. Ga. Mrs. Paul Hicks of Belton is at Benedict Hospital where she underwent ajn operation. She is getting along as well as could be expected. Mr. N. J. I Jenkins, the grocer at 601 Assembly St., bow gives S. & H. Gre?n Trading Stamps. Mr. N. J. Jenkins, the grocer at 601 Assembly St., now gives S. & H. Gr^en Trading Stamps. Dean and |Mrs. L. H. Alston entertained j at their home on Washington! St. last Tuesday, Ed itor and Mrs. L. A. Logan and Mrs. W. S.j Woods, evangelist. Mrs. Woods!is a resident of Wil berforce, Ohio. She will be in South Carolina ali summer con ducting evangelistic campaigns, Mrs, Maujd McClellan, wife of Rev. J. C. ??cClellan of Elleree, is in the city visiting friends. She is a foitmer Columbian and feels at home. Bishop Cjhappelle preached at Hartsville list Sunday morning and Florence Sunday night. Revs. J. Mi Shuler and U. S. Rice are thejrespective shepherds of the peopje. Mrs. R...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 6 August 1921

JOB PRINTING Neatly and promptly dona at prewar price*. Mail order* a specialty. Phase 2637. Indicator ADVERTISING PAYS When placed in TJie Indicator. Read by over 5,000 in Columbia alone. J0\m *_ COLUMBIA, S.C. SATURDAY. AUG. ? 1921 NUMBER 37 IMPORTANT NOTICE. The Indicator will not be published on the ] 20th of this month. Some time ago w$ decided to omit the fifth Sat urdays^ We did not omit last Satur day, tye fifth Saturday in July, be cause ^re are planning to attend the National Negro Business League, which jmeets in Atlanta, Ga., on the 17th, i8th, and 19th, and we cannot do justice to our newspaper work while Out of the city. Por that reason the paier appeared last Saturday and will nejt appear on the 20th. Manager. IN THE LAND OF THE SKY. -' (Too Late for last week.) At tha close of the Fifteenth Annual session of the State Sunday School and B. Y. P. ?. Convention in Sumter, where H.008.48 was raised, we at once came t<> Asheville, N. C, for a real needed rest, and t...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 6 August 1921

Pubi COLUMBIA, The SMtkera Indicator,. eh#d Weekly. SOUTH CAROLl/iA. PHONE 2637. Su?eerlptlefi Rateo (in Advance.) Ose Tear ..4.*150 Biz months 4 Three montaci .90 ,10 IMPORTANT. 'rae eabs$ription price to Tho In tieator only entitlea a subscriber to the paper and not to publish free Cari* of Thanks, Obituaries, etc. Thesa cost] extra. Send Ilio wi'h obituaries. $1.00 with a Caik of Thanks, $1.00 with a short arycle on church and Sun day school work, unions, comvcn Uoas, conferences, etc. Marriage announcements, $1.00; marriage js/rite-up, $1.00 up. No Uooe, SOc. ! uo. Bead or bring the Mltor. AjUGUST 6, 1921. In the city of Chicago, race men have established a large department store, which; means positions for col- ; ored men arid women. 1 * * * During tlie past eight months five] race men have been shot from ambush in Monroe, La. In each case the men were men of worth and high standing. All of this [devilment is attributed to the works jof the Ku Klux Klan, a branch of irhich is o...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 6 August 1921

LOCALS iAND PERSONALS. Now, Mr. .business and Professional Man, since ! your telephone number changes let ?s rush your new number through on your stationery and cards real cheap. \ Miss Mayme L. Watts has returned to her post of duty, after a six weeks' vacation in j St. Louis, Chicago and other cities, j Mrs. A. ?. Williams is at home, after an extended visit to Washington and other cities. Mrs. W. Si Watson of Ridge Spring and a goodlyj number of others passed through the jcity Monday on their way to Charleston to attend Grand Lodge session of j Good Samaritans and Household ot Ruth. Dr. M. F.j Jenkins has been some what indispcjsed for the past few days but much bejtter at this writing. Rev. Giove> of Anniston, Ala., is in the city onja visit to his daughter, Mrs. Samuel Green, at 1422 Blossom Street. Mrs. Minnie Felder and children spent two wjeeks at Pomaria with rel atives and firiends recently. Mr. Thosj Knuckles has been sick for more than a week but is a little better at...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 6 August 1921

I AUGUSTA NEWS. * Dr. Charlejj T. Walker, the most noted Negro j preacher in the United States, died ^t his home in this city at 2 o'clock ! Friday morning, after a lingering illness. He was born near Hephaiban, pa., 14 miles from Au gusta, on February 5, 1858. In Sep tember, 1876? after two years as a stu dent of the ?Augusta Institute, now Morehouse jcollege, Atlanta, he was licensed to pjreach, being only 18 years old at that jtime. In 1877 he was or dained to thie sacred office of the gos pel ministry! At the time of his death he had beenj preaching nearly 44 years and duringj that time he had only missed six Sundays from preaching and that w^s on account of sickness. Dr. Walker jwas the most noble Negro preacher in! the United States and he had powerful influence with both races in Georgia and the entire South. He pastoredj Mt. Olivet Baptist church, New York, ind Central Baptist church. Augusta, a4d from the latter church Tabernacle I church originated. This church has [2,000 ...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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