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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 13 August 1921

JOBI PRINTING Neatly and i promptly don? at prewar prieee, Mail orders a (pedal*, fha- 2637. i YOLVMB Itt COLUMBIA, S. C. SATURDAY. AUG. 13 1921 ) L ADVERTISING PAYS Wim? placed in The Indicator. Read by over 5,000 in Cohimbia alone. _ NUMBER 38 NINETY-SIX NEWS. j . Ninety-Six, jSrC, Aug. 3.-Mr. James Stewart and Miss Moaell Williams of Columbus, Otajio, are welcome visitors here. Mrs. Blanche Nathan gave a recep tion July 17th in honor of Miss Mo sell Williams.; . Rev. A. Chas. L. Arbouin of Laurens, S. C., was ai pleasant visitor a few weeks ago. W? were indeed glad to see our ex-pakor. Mesdames Philis Smith and Lucy Dorley were tjie guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Clark July 15th. Mrs. Joe Davis passed away the 5th of July. Shel was a faithful member of Mt. Pleasant A. M. E. church. She leaves two daughters, two sons and a host of friends. Misses Jessee Martin and Manila) Winbush were delegates to the Little River Educational Sunday school con vention. The young ladies report a fine...

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. — 13 August 1921

Tfca featifera hdic?tor. PHbliaM WMkly. * MIANKIA. tOUTH CAROLINA. --J " " . f PHONE 2837. . .? - _ - Mbetrlstiea Hatee (In Advance.) OM Tear.S1-50 tts rafea ...J...50 i. .IO IMPORTANT. 4 _ ?? ! 1 " Ta? eabscrijftion price to The In dicator only jentitlea a subscriber to ike paper and sot to publish free Carta of Thsjnks, Obituaries, etc. Tkaae cost extra, .ea? ILM wTh obituaries, $1.00 vttk a Card of Thanks, $1.00 with a abort ar?clt on church and Bun dar taboo! work, unions, comven tieae, eoafjrenees, eta. Marriage announcement!, $1.#0; aerrUae write-up, $1.00 ap. No tteea. Ito. *ti fiend or brina the Bditor. OFFICIAL REPRESENTATIVES Sn. leaale Kilpatrick.Seaeea Bar. T. A. Gideon.Westminster Dr. fa Perter.Spartanburg Mrs. W. H. Whitener.Laurens Pitt 8. 9. Coker.Meyer Mill Pref. BL J. D?llela.Johnston V. V. Robinson.Cajee Bor. A. D. Jamison.Bailock Creek Bar. J. A. July..Greeieyrille Prat W. M. Botan.Kelton J. A. McWhirter, Florence, S. C. Hrs. C. M. Fijnley, Chester, S. C. D. P. P...

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. — 13 August 1921

OFF FOR THE LEAGUE. The following of the city are planning to leave for the National Negro Business Le?gue next Tues day: Mr. I. S. Leevy, Mr. L. B. Woods, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Floyd, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Roach, Mrs! Hattie Green, Mrs. L.J.Rhodes, Rev. R. Carroll and still others. Mr. G. C. Kirkland, Westville, Hon. R. W. Westberry of Sumter! Dr. J. R. Leevy of Florence, Mr! jonas Thomas of Bennettsviiie and others will join? the party in Columbia. Miss Ida Lillie Chavis left Tues day to spend the remainder of the summer in Kingstfee. Mrs. Anna Bell Whaley left Fri day for Washington and Balti more where she will spend several weeks. The Indicator is bidding many of its city subcribers "goodbye" this week not to visit them any more until they decide to be honest and pay up back,: present and fu ture dues. Mrs. Lillian Goodwin of 1456 N. St., N. W,, Washington, D. C., is in the city visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Julia Williams Harris and little son of Savannah are in the city visi...

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. — 13 August 1921

CERTIFICATE OF ORDINATION. We iiave k full supply of -certificates of ordination on band that we can sell at 5c. e^tch. Mail orders promptly filled. THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR. THE J0HN CHURCH CO. The abOT!e named concern is located at 1612 M^tin street, with Mr. P. M. josbury as imanager. The business of this well Established concern is that ef selling lat most reasonable prices pianoa of ejrery description, and other musical instruments, which help to make home what it ought to be. It has be?n our good fortune to carry an ad for this company now about a year, aad to own one of its best pianos. Our business dealings have been the most pleasing, and the musical instru ment is upj to the highest standard. Therefore, in justice to ourself and this company, we take pleasure in rec ommending The John Church Com pany to our people when in need of anything in their line, as a place where you will get the same square deal accorded us.-Manager. i HATS MADE TO ORDER OLD HATS MADE NEW Everything ...

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. — 27 August 1921

JOB PRINTING Neatly and promptly done at pre-war prices. Mail order* a specialty. Pttone 2637. COLUMBIA, S. C. SAI ADVERTISING PAYS When placed in The Indicator. Read bj over 5,000 in Columbia alone. AUG. 27 I92? .wm.n NUMBER 39 PYTHIANS IN SOUTH CAR OLINA HAVE $100,000 SURPLUS.! Recent Grand Lodge Session at Orangeburg One of the Best Ever Held? With full representation in both branches, the Knights and the Courts, the recent Gralnd Lodge session at Orangeburg, waj> more, largely attend ed than any elf the former annual conventions, and was one of the best in the history bf the order. Every body was hzjppy. The delegates bragged about tjie fine treatment they had at the handjs of the local commit tee on entertainment and the great facilities of the! State College plant, which added sol much to the pleasure and happiness cjf the visitors. Besides the thousands of delegates and visitors, there were nineteen Uni form Rank comjpanies at the session. In charge of thej companies were ...

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. — 27 August 1921

Tkm Soutirera Indicator. Pub?ishsd Weskly. CtLUMBIAj SOUTH CAROLINA. PHONE 2837. .tib**ripti*n Rates (In Advance.) On? Tear ...j.,.$1.50 its rasntiL J.90 Tares months .60 j IMPORTANT. j ??? ~hs subscription pries io rn? in dicator onijy entitles a subscriber to the paper and not to publish froe Cards of Thanks, Obituaries, ste. Tbsse cost^sztra. Band $1.00 wi*h obituaries, $1.00 with a Card of Thanks, $1.00 with a short article on church and Sun day school work, unions, conven tions, conf fences, ste. Marriags announcsmsnta, $1.00; smarriacs write-up, $1.00 np. No tices, SOc. up. Send or brine ths Bditor. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1921. sss the indicator publishes the news without fear or favor. Read. s * ? Wine is a? mocker, strong drink is still raging in Georgia. * * * The race would derive more benefit by our ever boosting every racial en terprise rather than "knocking" a few. They are all ours. * ? * School days are nearly here, when every child of school age should enter some schoo...

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. — 27 August 1921

LOCALS AND PERSONALS. Miss Bertjie Reynolds of 602 Marion street left Saturday morning for a two weeks' vacation to Summerton," S. C., the guest of Misses Mattie and Mamie DeL?ne, daughters of Rev H C. DeLaine. We hope for .her a pleas ant trip. Mr. J. J. Dillard of 3ishopville was in the city this week on business Mrs. Addie B. McWhirter of Spartan burg spent last-week in the city, visit ing her friend, Mrs. Alberta ' Altee Marshall o? our office. She reports quite a plessant stay. Rev. W. ?L Gladden of Birmingham, Ala., visited in the city a few days Rev. Gladden lived in the city several years ago w}ien he made many lasting friends. Sihce pastoring in Alabama he has made it a rule to visit the city every year ^hen on his* vacation. Mrs. Man ha Jones left the city Wednesday for Knoxville, Tenn., for^ a two week; j' visit. While there she will be the Iguest of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wil liams. Mr. Geo./ Johnson, of Charleston, Mrs. Adell Pattyfote of Den...

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. — 27 August 1921

(AURONS NOTES. H Mrs. Thos. Sajnders, Miss Lida and Thomas Sanders, Jr., are visiting friends and relatives in Helena. Mrs. Rosa Madden, Mrs. Benzena Madden-Hunter j and little Hannah Catherine, are j visiting relatives in Union and Jonesville. Mrs. Ida Mfe Whitener, Misses Leona and Jade Hunter of Whitmire, ara visiting their sister, Mrs. S. C. Sat terwhite. Mrs. Nettie jSpann of Columbia is, spending somej time here among , friends and relatives. Mr\ Thomas! Sullivan, who has been in Baltimore, Md., for several months, is hoipe for a few weeks. The remain^ of Mr. David Miller, son of Mr. anil Mrs. Arthur Miller of Spartanburg, $ut formerly of this city, were brought;' here for burial last Wednesday, j Mrs. Harriet McDaniel and Miss Donzie McDaniel of Spartanburg came dqwn withv tlfe family of Mr. David Miller. j Mrs. Ernaline Nelson is visiting in Greenwood, j Mrs. Amanda Watts died Saturday after a long j illness and was buried here Sunday.! She leaves a host of relatives and fri...

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. — 3 September 1921

1 ? - ?. . '.JT'-. When placed n Read bj ?vtr 8,000m alone. : J? ? 3 1921 oin CAL s. & [CE* BY THE PRESBYTERIAN WAY OF SYN CONFER Halites Institute, Augusjta, Ga., Aug. 1921, was tue place of meeting tn 5 greatest Synodipal Sunday tool conference and School of Meth for the purpose of (training the rath of their church an4 of nor race for a larger usefulness and a more efficiei t leadership both in the church j and UT the race ever helji in the his-j tory cf the church. It ijras a record breaker. . It suffices just here to s^y that their metho is are unique. It 1$ the further purpose of the conference, as was stated by one of the instructors in home missions, Miss Barr, to make the m ifitting fit, the fit ; more fitter. The faculty consisted of ?some of the "leadin, ; educators of both [races. Rev. G. W. Long is the efficient and con genial president of the Synodical con vention Miss Mae V. Fosjter, the com-j potent secretary; Miss Lucinda White, treasurer. TBE SCHOOL OF METHODS,...

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. — 3 September 1921

i i nit" ur Til? Southern Indicator. COLUMBI ]??i!)?Blq ? [twM3 ai 000,3 two ^dj Old South Carolina is on the map in the lyi|c|ifog column-close to Geor gia.-" 2 * ? ? Time ha sno people w low, but my ch?ng, ?a a uga tu the other fefc tning around. 3M tist the There ai .mu ing abolit ^^Ke^mency * or t?e2Sap, -qmonT a mumss .em.ons ?ah ?enheW eo e??' & b Br 9D O office thits?ou cf0gf in Me. a^feS^im Si brethren ,i3 lue '.treasurer. i9?i na wriiz, men, wm .t s \ .8T9?a?? Jb^? The suppose?, Prof. M. 'A, Blackwell^ M ^J^raT e? J ia TUT SVOI ni onw. u of Bate-sburg c mtmues to come to Co lumbia, dgi*g Jrom Tap b?-isln >7o? ni ?d1 ne to _ other papers,' but he fails tc pay an honest deot-^some na _ 9jm ^eenxxfe; m* netto, oa jneii?S a 3d v us if this fell aw really owes us am will not pay? jwny, certaugy., men. ^I^ not he would have h?cF'usF^n iSehouris long ago.?OftdW ea, while. W 9X1,9109,. . omine party this country kind, ot their own ana ri M ?l11 tot forger to oe 19y0031 bfiJO...

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. — 3 September 1921

Mrs. Wm. L. Bulkley of New York is visiting ?er sister, Mrs N. j. Frederick on Park Street. Mrs CatherinejHolman is spend ing her vacation jin New York. Mrs. Mattie L. ?Moore is in Char lotte, N. C, visiting her mother, Mrs. Henry. Mr. Aaron Nial left last Wed nesday for Floridia where he is en gaged in truck farming Rev. L. K. M 5 dale passed thrqugh the city last week from Anjderson where he Millan of Allen lgh the city las larson where h< St. Paul Baptist preached at the Chnrch. Rev. Abram fones, a college graduate of Benedict College and a recent graduate of Union Univer sity, Richmond, |Va., was a pleasT ant caller at our Office last week * Mr Jas Willijams, brother of Mrs. f. A. Roach| passed through the city Wednesday en rou te to Charlotte, N. C Carpenters are jrapidly progress ing with Dr. L. pl Daniel's fine residence, cor. Oajk and Hampton Ave. Dr. ]. H.Yhoijaas, of Camden, was in the city ?last Wednesday and paid a call toi our office. We are always delighted to have ...

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. — 3 September 1921

TO TH? BAPTISTS OF Sj?UTH CAROLINA. We as Baptists in S. C. boast of 260.000 or more, as we will soon be call together in our State Con vention, ito raise 50.000 dollars, yet there! has been very little said and done! about it if any thing, and all of! us know that without an organized system over this State, we will flail. We mu?t do this be fore the Baptist cause at (dorris College in particular can ever hope to succeed. As a layman seeking neither honor nor office, but the weif are of the Bapt. cause in this State. I have been think ing as to who would be the Moses to place at the head of this great denomination in our State? Re gardtess pf friend or foe, what we need is sj man to get in line, put us on a system that we can make a showing creditable with our number, i A man that has the ears of jill South. Carolina. A man whose record will be his en dorsement for the honored posi tion of president of our conven tion. Wjhose loyalty and support te undisputed. While thinking over t...

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. — 15 October 1921

JOB PRINTING ' Neatly %nd promptly done mt pre-war prices. Mail orders specialty;. Phone 2637? Hie Southe voLtiMBM - COLUMBIA. S. C. SM r. / ADVERTISING PAYS When glaced in The Indicator? Read by over 5,000 in Columbia alone? OCT. 15,1921 NUMBEh 46 Attn f lAvrcT r t Tn Pr^f. J. R. Wi S om He ShoWs That "Facts is Facts" j -. Before! our great National Baptist convention was split, as now, I was, at one time, the corresponding secre tary of fits Educaticnal Department My duties, as such, required me to at tend the j State conventions, and other annual j bodies, of Negro Baptists throughout the United States. I read ily perceived that the proceedings of -no otheif State convention of Negro Baptists ! functioned with so little of politics }n evidence as was unmistaka bly true of the Baptist State conven tion of fcouth Carolina. Of that fact I was ever proud. And of it, I have often boasted. Since Scrambling for office had pre viously been so unknown in our State convention, I was greatl...

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. — 15 October 1921

The Soujthern Indicator. Published Weekly COLUMPIA* SOUTH CARO?N* Subscribion Kates (In Advance > I OreiYw ...j.{".** 5o) Six months . ]. 90 "hn?e f'RK>n-ths .,. fi .? _ j Advertising Rates. Regular rales; -er inch.60 Cards of Thanks .$1.00 up RemKn? Nitiies .$1 0<l up '^bituarte*. Resolutions et . $1.0 r ? ~0 j ft" - o e- to: fails to call on you j ?i*4 o ? nd; your du-S to the office,, F y o stjrceL We need the moncy'j : the phpc r going. .-HONK 7637 SATURDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1921. * * * Give u* more schools and better schools. ; ! * Read colored journals and pay for them-there's ; none so good for the race. * * * You see ali pf us are not made alike, that's why we .suppose- some preach one thing and practice another. * ? * Judging from the number of tour ing cars passing through, the city head ed southward, ! the seashore loiters are being driven back home by the autumn breezes- and, by the way, that reminds us that not only is it true that South ern Negroes don't like North...

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. — 15 October 1921

! ! ! * I LOCALS AND PERSONALS. ?j - ??????? i Money salved on mourning hate when madia at Waverley Milinery Shop. The friends of Mrs. J. J. Dillard will nladly! receive the information that she is!still improving. Mr. Dil lard was inj the city this week to see how the majdam was getting along. Miss Alma Johnson left for her home in Orangeburg Monday, after spending several weeks in the city with her aunts Mesdames Hattie Oreen and Anna Bjell Whaley. Miss Idelja Christie of Port Motte spent last w^ek in the ?ity with friends and relativejs. Dr. M. A. ?Evans spent a few days in Charleston ijhis week, attending board meeting of j the Good Samaritans. Mr. C. L. ?ccleston left last Saturday for Meharry; Dental College, where he completes hjs course in dentistry this school year, j Mr. James| Goode, Jr., and Mr. Hey ward Thompson left Sunday afternoon for ^Howard j University, where they will persse j their course in dentistry. Rev. and Mrs. J. A. McConnell and Mr. and Mis. Gaither of Wi...

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. — 15 October 1921

WILLIAMSTON LOCAL NEWS. Everything seems to be quiet in and aroundj our city. The serial meeting at Bethel M. E. Church has just closed. People are picking cotton and try ing to ?gel it out. All the farmers re port that they wilPonly make a half crop. Borne say they will hardly make that. }? j Mr. pelton King, who attended Claf- j lin University last year, left Thursday j for Benedict CoLege in Columbia. Mr. jWillie Cureton, who made a get away jsvith his little wife last Sunday, is living with his grandmother, Mis. Celia l^latteson, cn Pe zer street. They also spent Su:day with his parents, Mr. arfd Mrs. John Cureton. j Sev?ral girls left Monday for their different schools. Miss Helen H. Ha good, ?Lula J. Turner, Mattie Johnson for Sleeman, Miss Clio Wilson, Miss Ella Williams for Browning Home, Miss ?Robie Wilson for Benedict Col lege, ?u~iss Alice Minar who has been vis.ting her aunt.e, Mrs. Tillie McCain, left ?iso fer Jacksonville, Ma. We hope jfor ali tlieee girls a prosperous...

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. — 17 December 1921

The Southern indicanor _ : '-'r^S' v? .' ' ..... COLU M BIA, S. C. SAI MRft^V. DEC. 17 1921 r - VOL 24 NUMBER 3 NEGRO MUS 1 PRESERVE RECORDS. Say Race Must Learn Value Of Traditions. Hampoon, Va.,-"'I here are certain '.nings which Neg'ces in tnid country inuot du, ii tiley hupe LO eujjy tue oieasmgs ol democracy: they must a'cain economic independence the.> must d<5?elup a press; tiley must tie veiop a literature; the.> muai learn lo preserve meir ovvu re Cords; aud tiley must learn Hie vatua ol race iraouiou." Llr. Carter vj. w oudson ol Washington, JJ C., wen known editor ot um 'Journal ot Negro History.'' director ot reseat co lur the Association lor Hie oiudy ol Negro Lille and History, atm auuur ot "Negro Education Prior to JL83L" aud ' A ?euiur) Ot Negro Jdngration," made this declaration ia a recent address on "i'ne Negro and Modern De mocracy, " which lie Ueiiveteu li. Cuddil Hill, di up con institute. b?lor<* a large audience ol Hamp Con workers and s tu jen ts...

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. — 17 December 1921

. i. . . ipp / ^ ".' THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR 4 ?i. v. VOL VIII COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 15th, 1913 NUMBER 18 _.-? .' ? _:-,-._ NEGRO MU il' PRESERVE RECORDS. Say Race Must Learn Value Of Traditions. 1 L Hampiun, Va.,-"There are certain un uga whicn M eg rees in cms coancry must do, ii chev ht??<? io ?.ijjy tue blessings ol democracy: they must attain tCiiUdinic independence Ltiey musL develop a press; iney must de velop a literature; ihej must learn tu preserve meir own re cord*; aud tney awol learn the vatue ul race iraUuiou." Dr. Carter G. vvoodson ol Wainui?LOU, D. C., wen Known editor ut me 'Journal ut Negro History," director 0? reseat cu lui the Association tor me cnudy ol Negro Lite and History, anu auuur ot "ti ??co liiJjcation c?i*?c vO ISSI" and ' A Cen lu o Ot Negro Migration," made thia declaraci?n ia a recent address . on "i'ne Negro and Modern De mocracy,^ windi lie deli vel eu lt. O/ddii Hill, rli np con institute, before a large audience ut Hamp ?JU wjr...

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. — 17 December 1921

THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR j Published Every Saturday at 1503 Taylor Street. Columbia, S. C., Phone 7637. , J. A. ROACH, Editor-Publisher I Office Phone 7637 ; Residence Phone j 3422-W. __I Supscription In Advance One Year.S 1.50 Six Months.901, Advertising Rates made known on I Application MP-M->---------- I Entered at the Post Office, Colum- , bia, S. C., as second class matter. mm~mm~~" Advertising m?*u.ar rate?, per Inch.BO Caris or Thanks .$1.00 up ?.adln? Natlrea .$1 00 up Obituaries, Resolutions, etc, $1.00 up Marriages .12.00 up It a collector falls to call on you bring or send your dues to the office,, HOI Taylor street. We need the monty j le keep the paper going. Saturday, Dec. 17, 1921. 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 at hand and some of these folks here abouts are shuddering at the pros pect. $1.25 will sen...

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. — 17 December 1921

I THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR J ? Published Every Saturday at 1505 I j( Taylor Street. Columbia, S. C., Phone 7G37. j ^ J. A. ROACH, Editor-Publisher ' rC Office Phone 7037; Residence Phone j 5,1 _342*-w- Jb; 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. Advertising Rates. ?.?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 ...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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