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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 17 December 1921

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 gan. Mr. J. E. Gladden of Blackstock attended the session here this week and paid our ollicc a call. lt is s...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 17 December 1921

LOCALS AND PERSONALS Mrs. D. A. Gladden o? Binning ni, Alu., is homo for tho Xmas holidays. Dr. Gladden has just clos ed out successfully live years o? con structive work at Thirgood-was a mong the first elected delegate to General Conf?rence, May ?V'?'?, at St. Louis, Mo. He Will entertain his Annual Con ference next year at Thirgood. Mis. Mattie Capers ol' Lialzell was in the city af cw .days .ago as a patient of Dr. Evans. ..Dr. R. W. Baylor lilied the pulpit at Second Calvary Baptist Church last Sunday instead or pastor Moore who lilied an engagement ut Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Sumter. Mrs. Fannie Williams, son and daughter ol' Baltimore, Md.; are speud.ng the Christmas with then mother und grand-mother in tn.s city and will be glad tu meet hoi many friends at '?1?J Laurel Street. Rev. Douglass o? Cuestor was a pleasant caller at our utlico Ulis weeK in company with Editor Lu gan. Mr. J. E. Gladden of Blackstock attended the session here this week and paid our oliicc a call. lt ...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 17 December 1921

THINGS THAT CoprriiUf* Inter SCKT -DOOR iKJFott me THAT -SHE ,Sft\ YOU Fl>lRT??"46 V^iT* fi\ GVOi^D - %-S THE ./SNi TROTH IN IT^ -rh. Tin Massage g< 5|p Tte* /j?/^T^S. Coola, rc REV. T. H. McNEIL PASSED AWAY AT HIS HOME IN RIDGEWAY-LARGE FU NERAL, TOUCHING TRIB UTES. The Rev. Thomak H. McNeal of Ridgeway, after au illness lasting through a short duration, passed away at his home in Ridgeway, S. C., last Saturday, November/ 21. The Rev. McNeal I was a highly re spected minister of the Old Geth semane Baptist Association, being ita treasurer at the tune of his death, which position he had held for sixteen years. ' At the time of his jdeath he pastored the famous old Crane Creek JJaptisi Church, four miles north of Columbia,' and another prominent charge in Fair field county. \ Brother McNeal had been a zealous minister of the Gospel for forty years and pastored some of the lead.ng* churches during these years. He was highly respected by both white and colored, and through his th...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 17 December 1921

THINGS THAT ) CojrrttU.* Inter i-; ( NCKT pooft ?Ki FOR* r ?.'i ;' I S??&JiV? Massage ge Cool?, re REV. T. H. McNEIL PASSED AWAY AT HIS HOME IN RIDGEWAY-LARGE FU NERAL- TORCHING TRIB UTES. ' \ The Rev. Thoma* H. McNeal ot' Ridgeway, after ail illness lasting through a short duration, passed away at hia home in Ridgeway, S. C., last Saturday, November! 21. The Rev. McNeal twas a highly re spected minister. ol the Old Geth aemane Baptist Association, being it? treasurer at the time ot his death, which position he haul held tor sixteen years. \ At the time of his Heath he pastored the famous old Crane Creek Baptist Church, four miles north of Columbia,' and another prominent charge in Fair field county. ? Brother McNeal had been a zealous minister of the Gospel for forty years and pastored some of the leading* churches during these years. He was highly respected by both white and colored, and through h s thrift had laid by a "little for the rainy day." His funeral services were hel...

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. — 4 March 1922

THE SO?THEffN INDICATOR - ~ -i-~^T~7T^AT?BP?Y> ItARCH 4th, 1922 NUMBER 1? TOLUME XXIVj 1 CpLUMBtA ? ^-SAlu J|_ PAPER READ BY MRS M. L-l MOORE -RESOLUTIONS BY THE CHURCH AID AND MISSIONARY SOCIETIES. The sad occasion which has brought together this corii course of bereaved relativer and sorrowing ?friends is buf the sure and sojemn declaratio: of the brevity we too shall our outgrown s of life and thgt some day"leaj;' lell by life1 if e's iii resting sea." &s often? as fa are ushered injfco the presence of death, we a|re made to Ae as did the Psalmist of *Jd when he said, "we spend .Duj years as a tale jthat is told" kn despite our feajr and dread o the grim monster, we are con stantly stopping along the patl of life and looking around t( find that those ?at our side hav< slipped away jfrom us to bi seen no more, j We journey 01 and very soon j another leave us and still another until w< find ourselves j gone. As wit! man, so with everything earth ly for there isj nothin...

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. — 4 March 1922

. Tfhe Muthern Indicator Published evjsry Saturday at 1505 Taylor Street, Columbia, S. C., Entered as Second class matter at the Columbia P. 0. j J. A. ROACH, Editor-Publisher Officjb Phone 7637 ; Re?dence Phone 3422-W j_ Subscription IQ Advance: One Year, $1.50; Six Months, .90 Advertising Rates Made Known On Application Ageists Wanted ; Write the editor for terms Buy Shards in the Victory Savings Bank before the last few are sold. 5 . ri crt 'ijho Industrial Building and Loan Association an? i buy homes. j Inquire iiito the new insurance company now being orga nized and letsl pull together to the goal of success. Don't wonder at "The Human Knocker" article which ap peared in Thel Indicator last week if the "cap doesn't fit" you just come togiether and lets "pull and push." . OUR NEW ENTERPRISES. Despite the fact that Columbia is now passing through a crisis the likej of which it has never witnessed before, new enter prises are springing up here and there and our peopte are gradu a...

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. — 4 March 1922

NEWS FROM SECOND CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH. Esther, the Sacred Cantata, presented at this church on the 7th, brought foith expressions from all, that it was the highest ntertaining feature of entertainment yet presented at Second aivary and the equal of any ever presented in Columbia. In eliigent Columbi^ was out in large numbers, both white and col red, and many out-of-Columbia visitors came for the expressed urpose of witnessing Esther. Every participant played well his and her part without a )reak. The door receipt was creditable and satisfying. After de iucting all experises,Mrs. Moore, the promoter of the cantata, was able to turn lover to the church Sunday morning a neat sum1 a beginning oi our Pipe Organ Fund. Dr. N. A. Jenkins was lected treasurer) of this special fund and the same was deposited The Victory pavings Bank Monday morning. In the regular routine of announcements Sunday morning s. Moore took occasion to thank each participant for what they ad done to make a success ...

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. — 4 March 1922

TELEGRAMS AND MESSAG ES OF CONDOLENCE. Continu^ From Page One. which wis can only acknowledge as God's will. We lofow these days are dark and glocjmy to you, and that her presence is sorely missed in the home aijid the various walks of life, butj we know that she is in that beautiful land, free from the pa?n and suffering which she borje through her brief ill ness. Comijaending you to Him who doeth alii things well, we remain in heartfelt sympathy, Your schoolmates, $. L. and C. M. Finley. > i_ Heatih Springs, S. C., Feb. 28. Mr. J. IA. Roach, Columbia, S. C. Dear Sf ir: I regret very much to learn of the death of your wife. You have r|iy sympathy in this hour of youlr bereavement. We bow our h^ad in submission to Him who doeth all things well. Yours respectfully, ! John D. Dye. ? i Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 25, '22. Mr. J.| A. Roach, 1200 Heidt Street, Columbia, S. C. To ?the bereaved family. We extenjl to you our sympathy, j Mr. and Mrs. Davis. Mr. Jj. A. Roach and Sister,, Myi dear f...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 4 March 1922

WE SEE COL Continued From prirfiary must be kn?wn * the Democratic tinuously since voted con Ree prea FMN. 'age Four. to have ticket 876. e" see that the 1res of Leesville cher, still hold? church near Blythewood poof a. anhanias band. unworthy ?jrea? ?Rev. J. W. a Baptist on to a A ure of the We see that tho Rev. Dr. Johnson who conducted a Bible Insi itute here a few weeks ago, sait that the Baptist laymen in South Carolina are lagging be hind the laymen of every other State. Laymen, how long mu??t this reflection be? We see that Mai ch 16th, te\ Fomder's Day fer Benedic ege and great (crowds wi! Col wiliness interesting! all day long. features We see that th? democrat he "Solid South are closing j every conceiv?fele gap a I oft up gaihst the Negro publican party is little more for him. ?nd the Re doing verj We see that the women of the Republican party med to organ ize more Rep?blica] continue the work eligible to register edi (i h clubs and until, every is register in th? We see...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 4 March 1922

A. pINETY SIX NEWS. feinety-Sir^eb. 16.-Rev ^ jj. Spearman accompanied iesk D. M. Spearman the first Saturday and preached at Bethlehem the first Sunday. ??lie death of Mr. Marshall Carter was indeed a shock to his! many friends. He was sick only a f?w days. The many friends of Deacon P S. Goodwin will be sorry to kn?w that he is not doing so wen. He has been sick for a week- We hope for him a speedy recovery. Hr. Fad Goodwin of Colum biafis here to see his brother, R SS. Goodwin. The Graded School children rendered a program at Bethle hem Baptist Church last Tues day night. Everybody present enjoyed the entire exercise. Everybody enjoyed the show givjen in the Graded School building Monday night. Mr. Perry Dean left for Philadelphia, Pa., Tuesday. The stork presented a fine littple son to Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Williams. Mother and baby ar? doing fine. ijlev. B. F. Stewart reports a fin? time at Elloree Sunday. Mrs. White spent a few days witjh her husband, Rev. White. Mrs. White is te...

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. — 12 August 1922

. i. . . ipp / ^ ".' THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR 4 ?i. v. VOL VIII COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 15th, 1913 NUMBER 18 _.-? .' ? _:-,-._ Pmmmm i ' ^rr^ej K Grand; 'Lodge which ? ' T ' was 'h?ifff^?'?'-?fte^.w?ek>''closed o>? 'J* ;.: of.the-bestsessions in ite.histqry:;-'"A 0 gl large*crowd- of delegates from . ail1. ? over "the State attended the mealings u "j andr enjoyed the hospitality of the h ^ . p? rof Chester. The pro- a grams|a'j|'the ?Opera House weie wit- V . nea sed by ; vefy appr?ciative audi- n enees.'' The parade on Thursday was 11 ffi?l*p a^veW.- grand feature; throngs of *? people, saw the beautiful drilling at r . the Pair Gtounds, afld will not for- 9 :.!;-:v!.??t -^*i/Dj|?asihg spectacle 'of that 0 SI'??(. .^day/; The people4of Chester.enjoyed 8 . entertaining th?. delegates and the 9 >V delegates seemed pleased .with the * . many . courtesies accorded them. The ; Mayor of the City, had the following _ ? ' ?'?."-'^ Bay,:in the Chester Reporter, (a ' f? -...

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. — 12 August 1922

. i. . . ipp / ^ ".' THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR 4 ?i. v. VOL VIII COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 15th, 1913 NUMBER 18 _.-? .' ? _:-,-._ GHEST?B PARAGRAPHS. (Too -??ate Last Week.) The K?;of P. Grand Lodge which was helrPii si e last week, closed o . ?? of the best sessions in its history A large crowd of delegates from all over the State attended thc meetings and. enjoyed the hospitalit?' of the good people of Chester. The pro grams at the Opera House wtje wit- ,( nessed by very appreciative audi- r enees. The parade on Thursday was 1 a,, very grand feature; throngs of people saw the beautiful drilling at the Pair Grounds, and will not for get the pleasing spectacle of that day. The people of Chester enjoyed entertaining the delegates and the delegates seemed pleased .with the many courtesies accorded them. The | * Mayor of the City, had the following .to say, in the Chester Reporter, (a white semi-weekly paper-, which er marks are very highly appreciated by I ' the colored people...

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. — 12 August 1922

lt Tel E VOLUME XXIV > . COLUMBIA, S. C ^ " 'Aj^A ra >T 12 1922 CHESTER PARAGRAPHS. (Too" Late Last Week.) _ k The K. 01* P. Grand Lodge which il was held' h no lust week, closed o ? of the best sessions in its history A 0 large crowd of delegates from all C over the State attended the meetings u and enjoyed the hospitalit?' of the u good people of Chester. The pro- 0 grams at the Oj era Hous? weiu wit- " nessed by very appreciative audi- n enees. The parade on Thursday was 11 a very grand feature; throngs of *. people saw the beautiful drilling at 11 the Fair Grounds, and will not for- s get the pleasing spectacle of that u day. The people of Chester enjoyed a entertaining the delegates and the 8 delegates seemed pleased .with the many courtesies accorded them. The * Mayor of the City, had the following to say, in the Chester Reporter, (a ^ white semi-weekly paper-, which er- *J marks are very highly appreciated by ' the colored people here, and will be * read with interest b...

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. — 12 August 1922

?gPmJsiftahed ?Tory S|turdjy at 1505 . anteved M Second Claas matter & T - . J. A. ROACH, Ed Telephon??: Office, 7637: gttbseriptisn In Advance: Ons Y?? Agents Wanted Everywhere; W Advertising Rates Made SATURDAY. AUG. 12. 1922. No tuition 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 thu 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 ono remarked, they handle many a case. Most farm homes still lack both tubs. Farmers probably have heard of plumber's bills. It is thc 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. 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...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 12 August 1922

JsMsBhti ?Tary s|turdjy at 1505 . statered aa Secdfod Class matter & T - ff J. A. ROACH, Ed ? Telepkonei.: Office, 76S7: Sakeeriptien In Adrancs: One Ye: Af?ate Wanted Everywhere; W Advertising Rates Made 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 toke 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. 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 Sout...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 12 August 1922

?jfmMtonwi rn*wy sjturdjy at 1505 1 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 ...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 12 August 1922

?resabed .?.ry Sftmrdjy at 1505 w ?mtekrvs ss Ssciad Class matter g* T - J. A. ROACH, Edi & Telephones: Omet, 7637: ? . - Wseeriptien In Advance: On? Yea li . \. ? . - f' Asea te Wanted Everywhere; W M ! - 1 // Advertising Rates 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. 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 ...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 12 August 1922

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 Specialty 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 Phone 6706 DR. J. E. WATTS Surgeon Dentist Gold Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty 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 Specialty 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 Women Onice Residence 1121 Washington St. 2210 Hampton Phone 6429 7165 Fillings, Plates, Crowns and Brid...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 12 August 1922

DB. C. E. STEPHENSON Physician and Surgeon Residence Phone 6548 Office Phone 3536 Uftct Honrs: 9 to 10:30 A. M. 1:30 to* P. M., 6 to 8:30 P. M. Diseases of Women and Children a Specialty OFFICE 1414 1-2 Aaaembly St., Oflce Phons 6029 Rea. Phone 6798 N. J. FREDERICK Practice in All Courta of the State. Attorney at Law and Notary Public 1119 Washington St., Columbia, S. C Phone 6706 DR. J. E. WATTS Surgeon Dentist Gold Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty 1115 1-2 Washington St. Columbia Over Johnaon, Bradley & Morris Phones: 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 Diseases of Women and Children a Specialty Office 1323 Assembly St. Residence 1417 Pine St. flours: M 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 Women Office Residence 1121 Washington St. 2210 Hampton Phone 6429 7165 Fillings Plates, Crown* -nd Brid...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 12 August 1922

DR. C. E. STEPHENSON I Physician and Surgeon ( Residence Phone 6548 Office Phone 3536 Office Hoars: 9 to 10:30 A. M. 1:30 to3 P. M., 6 to 8:30 P. M. Diseases of Women snd Children a , Specialty 1 OFFICE 1414 1-2 Assembly St.. . Office Phone 6026 Res. Phone 6798 , . N. J. FREDERICK ' Practice in AU Court, of the State. . Attorney at Law snd Notary Public 1119 Washington St., Columbia, S. C Phens 6706 DR. J. E. WATTS Surgeon Dentist Gold Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty 1116 1-2 Washington St. Columbia OTST Johnson, Brsdlsy Mc Morris Phones: Office 3796. Residence 4692 9 te 10:30 A. M. 2 to 4:00 P. M. lt to 1:00 P. M. 6 to 8:00 P. M. DR. J. G. STUART Physician and Surgeon Disssess of Women and Children a Specialty Office 1323 Assembly St. Residence 1417 Pine St. flours: 9 to 10 A. M. 1 to 2 P. M. S to 4 P. M. 7 to 8 P. M. DR. L. M. DANIELS Physician and Surgeon Special Attention Given Diseases of Women Office Residence 1121 Washington St. 2210 Hampton Phone 6429 7165 rulings. Plates,...

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