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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 11 April 1914

The SOUTHERN INDICATOR I i Entered as Second Class Matter May 8th, 1912, at the poet office at j Columbia, S. C , under the Act of i March 3d. 1879 C. C SCOTT, EDITOR, Lt MORGAN, MANAGER S?BSCRBPTION RATES One year.$1.00. Six Mouths..... 60c Three Months. 35c Advertising Rates Made Known on Application Saturday, April ll, 1914. Grant, Lee, Appomattox April 9, 1865-April9, 1914 Forty-nine years ago day be fore yesterday, Lee the Confed erate Chieftain, surrendered at Appomattox Court Hous i to Grant, the Captain of the Union army, and the greatest war of modern times was ended. Gathering about him his best troops and most trusted offi cers, Lee had contested every inch of ground in his efforts to protect the fall of Richmond and the dismemberment of the south ern Confederacy. His skirmish es, attacks and retreats had been executed with consumatec skill; but opposed by superior numbers and with God Almighty against him, with his army half starved, half clad and disintegrating, with th...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 11 April 1914

The SOUTHERN INDICATOR fi _ _ t Entered ns Second Class Matter t May 8th, 1012. nt tho post office a? ' v Columbia, S. 0 , uuder the Act of i s March 3d. 1879 C. O SCOTT, EDITOK. L MORGAN, MANAGER SnnsoRHPTioN RATKH On? year.SI.00. Six Mouth?. 60c Three Months . 35c Advertising Rates Made Known on Application Saturday, April ll, 1914. Grant, Lee, Appomattox April 9, 1865-April9, 1914 Forty-nine years ago day be fore yesterday. Lee the Confed erate Chieftain, surrendered at Appomattox Court Hous to Grant, the Captain of the Union army, and the greatest war of modern times was ended. Gathering about him his best troops and most trusted offi cers, Lee had contested every inch of ground in his efforts to protect the fall of Richmond and the dismemberment of the South ern Confederacy. His skirmish es, attacks and retreats had been executed with consumatec skill; but opposed by superior numbers and with God Almighty against him, with his army half starved, half clad and disintegrating, wi...

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. — 2 May 1914

. i. . . ipp / ^ ".' THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR 4 ?i. v. VOL VIII COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 15th, 1913 NUMBER 18 _.-? .' ? _:-,-._ Great Mass Mee People in Inter To be, held in the Columbia May 10th at 4.O'clock and Children's Meeting at t Afternoon at Ali colored citizens of Columt ted to attend a great mass meetin day afternoon, May 10th, at 4 o'c same place at 8:15 o'clock. Child Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock, i colleges are invited, to be" present. Dr. C. T. Walker,, of Georgi speakers have been invited to tak will be made at once to raise $50,( ored people of South Carolina, nea zen is called upon to give amounts as much as they are able to give, good hospital facilities for the col free ward will be inaugurated an< The charter members Of the I. S. Leevy, J. W. Thomas, W. ] Rhodes, and E. E. Bobo. TK? loe I. S. Leevy, J. A. Roach, R. W. J diner, J. W. Killingsworth, M. H THE NEWS FROM GREENVILLE Greenville, April 27, -Mr. J. E. Vilato, has opened, up a first class Caf...

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. — 2 May 1914

. i. . . ipp / ^ ".' THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR 4 ?i. v. VOL VIII COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 15th, 1913 NUMBER 18 _.-? .' ? _:-,-._ Great Mass Mee People in Inter ** ' . ?.. * To be held in the Columbia May 10th at 4 O'clock and Children's Meeting at t v Afternoon ;at I All colored''citjzens of Columb ted to attend aigr??t mass meetin; day afternoon, May 10th, at 4 o'cl same place at 8:15 o'clock. . Childi Monday afternoon-iat 4 o'clock. ( colleges are invirscj to b^ pf?s?nt. Dr., C. T, Walker,,, of Georgi! speakers haye, been invited to tak< will be made at once to raise $5Q,G ored people Of South Carolina, neai zen is called upon to give amounts : as much as they are jable to give, good hospital facilities for the col free ward will.be inaugurated anc The charter, members of the I. S. Leevy, Jr W/Thomas, W. ? Rhodes, and E. E. Bobo. Ti& low . I. S. Leevy, J. A. Roach, R. W. J diner, J; W. Killingsworth, M. H. THE NEWS FROM GREENVILLE Greenville, April 27,-Mr. J, E. Vi...

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. — 2 May 1914

The Southelg ?iotcltor * VOLUME Xl -'..fl v'r COLUMBIA.S.C. ?>n-Ur&?Y, jWAY 2-^;?9l^< ;C ^7v ; > ?' . ^NUMB?ft 22 \ f? Gjpfeat Mass Mee People in Inter > "? * . , _ -' - ? ?'? '. ? To be. held in the Columbia May 10th at 4 Q^cloclr atidl Children's Meeting at ! T* Afternoon j?? AU % colorad'citiz?ns of C?lumfc ted to'?ttend'a'gre?t mass m?etin day af ternoon,'May 10th, at 4 d5cl same place at 8:15 Relock../iChiid Monday aft?rnoorr$t:4 o'?dot?k; " < colleges are^vited to b%v?reseht. Dr. .c; To>Walk?r<i ;o(f Georgi speaker's hay?^been inv?t?d to tak will be m?d?.?Vtmce to raise $50,( ored people Of South Carolina, nea: zen is called upon to give amounts as much as they aredale to give, good hospital facilities for the col free ward wi.ll.be' inaugurated arie The eh?rt?r,. members of. the I. S. Leevy; . Jir/jrV.^Thomasi UW. 1 Rhodes,* and E/ E. Bobo. TM loa VS. Leevy, J. AV Roach, R; W. J diner, ?L W. Killingsworth, M. H. TH? NEWS FROM GREENVILLE1 Greenville, A...

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. — 2 May 1914

ALL MEXICO UNDER ELM] Of MEDIATION CARRANZA ACCEDES TO RE QUEST OF INTERMEDIARIES TO ACCEPT MEDIATION. WILL STOP FIGHTING NOW United States and Huerta Will Agree to Armistice and Carranza is Ex pected To Do So. Washingotn.-Tho scope of media tion plans for the settlement of the Mexican crisis was suddenly broaden ed so as to include the entire range of Mexican affairs, not alone the criti cal issue between the United States and the Huerta regime, but also the conflict between the elements of Northern and Southern Rjexico which have rent the republic for many months. . This signal enlargement of the med iation program followed the receipt late in the day of a formal acceptance by General Carranza, chief of the Con stitutionalists, of the principle of me diation, as proposed by the ambassa dor from Brazil and the ministers from Argentina and Chile. Already the United States and Gen eral Huerta had formally accepted the ?ood offices of these South American envoys and now as a further s...

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. — 2 May 1914

CARRANZA ACCEDE^ TO RE QUEST OF INTERMEDIARIES TO ACCEPT ME Cl AT I ON. I WILL STOP FIGHTING NOW United Slates and Huerta Will Agree : to Armistice and Carranza is Ex pected To Do So. i Wa sh i n got n.-Tho scope of media lion plans for the settlement of the ; Mexican crisis was suddenly broaden ed so as to int ludo I lie entire ranne i of Mexican affairs, not alone the eriti Icnl issue between the I'nited Slates j und the Huerta regime, hut also the conflict between thu elements of ? Northern and Southern l?xico which ! have rent the republic for many months. Tilts signal enlargement of the med- i lat ion program followed the receipt late in the day of a formal acceptance by General Carranza, chief of thc Con- j stltutionalists. of the principle of me- j illation, as proposed hy tho am ba ssa dor from Brnxll and the ministers j "rom Argentina and Chile. Already the United States and Gen- , pral Huerta had formally accepted the i .;ood offices of these South American envoys and now ...

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. — 2 May 1914

Throw away your washboard-it ruins your clothes-it gives you a backache to look at it. Use RUB-NO-MORE CARBO NAPTHA SOAP. No rubbing required. Clothes on the line; quickly-fresh, sweet j and clean. RUB-NO-MORE i CARBO NAPTH A : SOAP should be use<I freely for . washing: the finest i fabric, it does no ! harm to it and 1 needsnohotwatcr. Carbo Disinfects Naptha Cleans ! RUB-NO-MORE RUB-NO-MORE1 Carbo Naptha Soap Washing Powdci ' Five Cents-All Grocers The Rub-No-More Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind. WMttemm's Ww Shoe Polishes Finest Quality Lernest Variety GILT EDGE ihe only lediea' ?hoe -Irroina that poa]' threly contain! OIU Black? and poUihea ladies* and children . booti and ino?, shines without rub bing. 25c. "French doss." 10c. STAR combination (or deaning and polishing al] Lindi cf tuart ot lan ihor*. 10c. "Dandy" tue 25c. "QUICK WHITE" (in liquid form with aponge) Ouicltly cleans and whitens dirty canvas thoo. 10cand25e. BABY ELITE combination for gentlemen who laka pride in having the...

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. — 2 May 1914

Throw away your! washboard-it ruins your clothes-it gives you a backache to look at it. Use RUB-NO-MORE CARBO NAPTHA SOAP. No rubbing required. Clothes on the line quickly-fresh, sweet and clean. RUB-NO-MORE CA Kif O NA IT II A SOAP should be ft used freely for washing the finest fabric, it docs no harm to it and needs no hot water. Naptha Glenna RUB-NO-MORE Washing Powdci -Alt Grocers The Rub-No More Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind. Carbo Disinfects RUB-NO-MORE Carbo Naptliu Soap Five Cents W?ittemwe's f9 ?Sh?e Polishes Finest Quality Largest Variety GILT EDGE l!,c only Indict' ihoe diming th*t pori. ''? fively contain. OIL. BUcki and poli.hea ladiea' .nd children ? bool? end ihn?, ?lunes without rub bing. 25c, "French <.loss." 10c STAK combination for cleaning and poliihingall kind? W iuuri of_i?nihcifi, 10c. "Dandy" nie 25c. "QUICK WHI FF" (in liquid form with ino nee) quickly (.leans and whitens dirty canvas thoa. 10c and 25c. I) A ll Y ELITE combination for gentlemen, wno laka pride in ...

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. — 2 May 1914

The SOUTHERN INDICATOR Entered an Second Glass Maller. May 8th, 1912, at the po?t office at J Columbia, S. C., under the Act of March 3d. 1879. O. C. SCOTT, EDITOR, L MORGAN, MANAGER SUBBCRBPTION RAT KS One year.$1:00 Six Months. 60c Three Months . 35c Advertising Raten Made Known on Application Saturday, May 2, 1914. Civil War in Colorado In union there is strength. In labor unions there is sometimes strength and sometimes weak ness. Labor has as much right to organize as capital has. Observation leads us to con clude that it matters not how good is the organization or how beneficent is the object or pur pose, if bad or morally weak men are at the head, more harm than good will be accomplished. Labor is usually more preju diced on account of class or color than is capital. Labor bars Ne groes from its organizations when it can. Capital rarely does so. The strike in Colorado ha3 be come a civil war. The strikers appear to be in the wrong. Pres ident Wilson has on his hands a civil w...

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. — 2 May 1914

The SOUTHERN INDICATOR Entered as Second Class Matter. May 8th, 1912, at tbe post office at Columbia, S. C., under the Act of March 3d, 1879. O. C. SCOTT, Enrro?i L MORGAN. MANAGER SUBSGRBWIOK RATES On* year.!....$l300 Six Months. 60o Three Months . 35c Advertising Rates Made Known on Application Saturday, May 2, 1914. Civil War in Colorado In union there is strength. In labor unions there is sometimes strength and sometimes weak ness. Labor has as much right to organize as capital has. Observation leads us to con clude that it matters not how good is the organization or how beneficent is the object or pur pose, if bad or morally weak men are at the head, more harm than good will be accomplished. Labor is usually more preju diced on account of class or,color than is capital. Labor bars Ne groes from its organizations when it can. Capital rarely does so. The strike in Colorado ha3 be come a civil war. The strikers appear to be in the wrong. Pres ident Wilson has on his hands a civil ...

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 June 1914

. i. . . ipp / ^ ".' THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR 4 ?i. v. VOL VIII COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 15th, 1913 NUMBER 18 _.-? .' ? _:-,-._ Professor of Mathematics, State A. and M. College, Orange burg, S. C., also Trustee Benedict College, After leading Benedict College Prof. Nix did post graduate work at Chicago University. He has* been prof essor of. mathematics at the State ?. and M. College since its found,a$b?.. "He is also pas S vjtojr of arte of the largest churches;ih the city o?'?rangeburg,. in g School and its Work. Harbison Agricultural College commencement took pince last week. Owing to the lack of time I witnessed a part of thc com mencement only. Thc Junior prize contest, was an interesting scene. Several young men figured in the combat anti made things lively. The speeches were not perfect, hut they were thought out well and delivered in a spirited manner. Some of the young men were eloquent and took the audience with them "by violence." The committee appointed to awa...

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 June 1914

. i. . . ipp / ^ ".' THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR 4 ?i. v. VOL VIII COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 15th, 1913 NUMBER 18 _.-? .' ? _:-,-._ NELSON C. NIX, A. B., D. D. Professor of Mathematics, State A. and M. College, Orange burg, S. C., also Trustee Benedict College, After leaving Benedict College Prof. Nix did postgraduate work at Chicago University. He has- been professor of mathematics at the State A. and M. College since its foundation. He is also pas tor of one of the largest churches in the city of Orangeburg, COMMENCEMENT AT HABBISON Our Reporter Writes Enter i&?riiftfc?y of * tiiis ' Flourish ing School and its Work. Harbison Agricultural College: commencement took pince last 1 week. Owing to the lack ot' time j I witncssetI a part ol" the ?.oin-! menrcmcnt only. , The Junior prize contest was! an interesting scene. Several j young men figured in the combat um! made things lively. The j speeches were not perfect, but I thev were thought out well andi ... delivered in a s...

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 June 1914

The SOUTHERN INDICATOR' n i Entered ns Second Class Mutter - May sth, H)l*2, ut the pot?! office ntl Coliuuhiii, S (' , under the Act of. Marri? IM. I STU C. r. SI'OTT. Kermit, , h MOKC AN. M \NAi?p.it 1 , Sr us?monos KAI ts Ono year.?1 .??!> SIN Months. (?Or Three Months . -Wc Advertising Kates Minie Known on Application Saturday, June (5, li)14. England in the Midst of a Tempest. The 111 ? i ?sing ul' I he e ??men of j I**. Milln in 1 :nul their in-isient ile j Min nd In he tri veil the I ni i li ?I >\ i 11 : i : i - I provoke mort' serum* t ronnie in | I*'. Mitin tul i linn lia- already , . in M rivi I. The En ?ri i.-h purlin . 1 inenl appen l-l?? Iarl\ l he rn pari I \ i.? .\ f.\I proprlx willi lin.- '|iir lion. Tiic -ull'rngrtlc.- ure rr.-orl . ?Mi? In ind lu?,!- t t:iii - I hring l-l it* Mush nf -hume '.:> rvci \ de viii ! ci \ i Ii/ei I w ninan. Their i r?':il iiienl ol' iheir king and iptcen is out ra yvon.*.. Their iutlcrnil cnn linet will iv.-nli inn h?.-s ol' -ym...

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 June 1914

The SOUTHERN INDICATOR ? Entered as Second Class Matter > May 8th, 1912, at the poBt oflico at | Columbia,- S. C , under the Act of March 3d. 1879. C. C. SCOTT, EDI rou, L MOKOAN. MANAOKU SuilSCHUITlOS li.VTICS One year.$1.00 Six Mouths. GOc Three Mouths . 35c Advertising 'Kates Made Known on Application Saturday, June 6, 1914. England in the Midst of a Tempest. The uprising of (he women of lOugland and their insistent de mand to he given the ballot will ? provoke more serious trouble in England than has already occurred. The English parlia ment appears to lack the eap'aeilv tn deal proprlv with this ques tion. The suffragettes are resort ing lo methods that must bring the blush of shanie lo every decent civilized woman. Their treat ment of their king and queen is outrageous. Their indecent con duct will result in a loss of sympa thy in America for their cause and the cause of female sn lira ge everywhere. Another serious condition thal confronts the entire United King dom is the...

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. — 6 June 1914

The SOUTHERN INDICATOR! n -?-|i Entered aB Secoud Class Matter g May 8th, 1912, at tho po?t office at J Columbia,. S. C, under the Act of , March 3d, 1879. CC. SCOTT, EDITOR, , L MORGAN, MANAGER SuDRCituiTioN KATES ! One year.$1.00 Six MoutbB. 00c Threo Alouths . 35c AdvortisiugTbites Made Known on Application Saturday, June 6, 1914. England in the Midst of a j Tempest. The uprising of the women of England and their insistent de mand to be given the ballot will provoke more serious trouble in England than has already occurred. The English parlia ment appears to lack the capacity to deal proprly with this ques tion. The suffragettes are resort ing lo methods thal must bring thc blush of shame to every decent civilized woman. Their treat ment of their king and queen is outrageous. Their indecent con duct will result in a loss of sympa thy in America for their cause and the cause of female suffrage everywhere. Another serious condition that confronts (he entire United King dom is thc m...

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. — 6 June 1914

WHY THE NEERQ SHOULD STICK TO THE FARM Read l?e fore the Last Race Con Held in Columbia-A Splen did Paper. Mr. Chairman. Ladies Contle men : It i- unfair. I claim, lo ask ai unpopular sci of men i<? speak ol au unpopular subject thc last <la\ o? the Conference. lt is tn he remet tillered that niosi of our yoting tuen want lo lake u| some trade or professant or to g< lo u?wn to live easy, i bereft ire yoi can't expect us to entertain tl? pc? ?plc. Wc like lo follow (lu.- white peo ple, dress linc every day and ride ai omul. Wc nev er stop to thinl that thc while people had our ltcl| more than two centuries before wt began lite life that has counted foi si mtclhing. The Negro is, hy nature, adaptei' lo agriculture. We wen- pre pare<l for this work on ibo bank of lite Nile. When the culture* while people of V irginia st.1 ii need of farm labor a band of Ne groes were imported winch wer*, used in the cult ?val iou of tobacco Thc white people could not work the Indian- would ...

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. — 6 June 1914

WHY THE NEEBO SHOULD STICK TG THE FARM. Read Before the Last Race Con Held in Columbia-A Splen did Paper. Mr. Chairman, Ladies and Gentle men : Tt is unfair, I claim, to ask an unpopular set of men to speak on an unpopular subject the last day of the Conference. It is to bc remembered that most of our young men want to take up some trade or profession or to go to town to live easy, therefore you can't expect us to entertain thc people. We like to follow thc white peo ple, dress fine every day and ride around. Wc never stop to think that tlie white people had our help more than two centuries before we began thc life that has counted for something. Thc Negro is. by nature, adapted lo agriculture. We were pre pared for this work on the banks of thc Nile. When the cultured white people of Virginia stood in need of farm labor a band of Ne groes were imported winch were used in thc cultivation of tobacco. The white people could not work, the Indians would not, so it was left for the peopl...

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. — 6 June 1914

WHY THE NEEBO SHOULD STICK TO THE FARM. Read Before the Last Race Con Held in Columbia-A Splen did Paper. Mr. Chairman. Ladies and Gentle men : It is unfair, I claim, to ask an unpopular set bf men to speak on an unpopular subject the last day of the Conference. It is to bc remembered that most of our young men want to take up some trade or profession or to go to town to live easy, therefore you can't expect us to entertain the people. We like to follow the white peo ple, dress fine every day and ride around. Wc never stop to think that the white people had our help more than two centuries before we began the life that has counted for something. The Negro is, hy nature, adapted to agriculture. We were pre pared for this work on thc banks of the Nile. When the cultured white people of Virginia stood in need of farm labor a band of Ne groes were imported winch were used in the cultivation of tobacco. The white people could not work, the Indians would not, so it was left for the people...

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. — 6 June 1914

PROGRAM WOMAN'S BAPTIST MISSIONARY AND EDUCATIONAL CONVENTION OF SOUTH CAROLINA. Twenty-sixth Annual Session to be Held with Friendship Baptist Church, Dr. G. AV. Raiford, Pastor, Aiken, South Carolina, June 25, 20, 27, 28, 1914. Officers. Mrs. Cora S. Boy kin, President, Camden. Mrs. Maggie M. Gilmore, Vice-President, Rock Hill. Mrs. Minnie Sumter Eve, Recording Secretary, Barnwell. Miss Daisy D. Washington, Corresponding Secretary, Camden. Mrs. A. P. Dunbar, Treasurer, Columbia. FIRST DAY-THURSDAY. Morning. 10:00-^Executive Board Meeting. 11:00-Devotional Services: Mrs. Arina Raiford, Aiken; Mrs. Shel donia Milhouse, North. ll :30-Introductory Sermon : Rev. D. F. Thompson, B. D., Green wood. 12:00-Collection, Announcements, Benediction. Afternoon. 3 :3()-Song Service. 3:45-"Welcome Address on Behalf of Home Mission Society: Mrs. Agnes Green, Aiken. 4:00-Address of Welcome on Behalf of the Church: Dr. G. AV. Raiford, Aiken. 4:15-Address of Welcome on Behalf of Denominations-Mrs. A....

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
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