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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 25 July 1914

DR. A. JOSEPH COLLINS SURGEON DENTIST. 1510 Main St., Columbio, S. G, Office Hours: 8 a. m. to 1 p. m. ; 2 p. m. to 6 p. m. Phones : Office 8413 ; Residence, 2343. SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS. DR. W. T. SMITH PHYSICIAN & SURGEON OFFICE HOURS PHONE 3367 V,? % i M' Office and Residence 1 tO 3 H. M. AAA r?- c. 6 io 7 P. M. 929 Pine St. COLUMBIA. S. C Carolina Pressing Club Suits made to order. Cleaning, Pressing and Dyeing neatly done for Ladies and Gentlemen. 620 Main Street. Phone 2445. A. N. Neal, Proprietor. DR. H.H. eeePER DENTIST Crowns & Bridge Work a Special ty. Gas Administered OFFICE HOURS, 8 a. m. to 6 p. rc Phone 1429 1109 Washington Scree? Removal Announcement. Dr- Chappelle's office ha^ moved from 1019 Lady Street to his new building corner Harden and Gervais Streets, over Ideal Pharmacy. All calls promptly answered day or night. Phone 3047-J. Summer Boarders Wanted. At "Lynden-wood on the Hill," just one and one-half mile from College Place car line and one-half n ...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 25 July 1914

DR. A. JOSEPH COLLINS SURGEON DENTIST. 1510 Main St., Columbia, S. e, Office Hours: 8 a. m. to 1 p. m.; 2 p. m. to 6 p. m. Phones: Office 3413; Residence, 2343. SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS. DR. WTT. SMITH PHYSICIAN cc SURGEON OFFICE HOURS PHONE 33*7 f \? % t\ M' Office and Residence 1 to 3 H. M. ?on D' c. 6 lo 7 P. M. 929 Pine St. COLUMBIA. S. C. Carolina Pressing Club Suits made to order. Cleaning, Pressing and Dyeing neatly done for Ladies and Gentlemen. 620 Main Street. Phone 2445. A. N. Neal, Proprietor. DR. H. H. COOPER DENTIST Crowns & Bridge Work a Special ty. Gas Administered OFFICE HOURS, 8 a. m. to 6 p. rc Phone 1429 1109 Washington Stree? Removal Announcement. Dr. Chappelle's office has^ moved from 1019 Lady Street to his new building corner Harden and Gervais Streets, over Ideal Pharmacy. All calls promptly answered day or night. Phone 3047-J. Summer Boarders Wanted. At "Lynden-wood on the Hill," just one and one-half mile from College Place car line and one-half mile ...

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. — 14 November 1914

. i. . . ipp / ^ ".' THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR 4 ?i. v. VOL VIII COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 15th, 1913 NUMBER 18 _.-? .' ? _:-,-._ W4? I JIL " MM* --Iv .J- ..?Jv' 1 ^^^^^^p^^^i^?^S?^^ ts ta?ja c&pn--]?iyg^ < aln bm isl p"( si a C(>1 wfi pai rei Mr lat tin sta lar en clo tin pei bli an wi thi ste Irv en ou ar th he in ai is hi I & 01 ?9? IfJPfek 4an;4> tm ?pf t?r - vfrHfrtgvar ???^^^?i^aes^e'-?o" representIt&?m^n 'Co^^es?^ : *'..v t?^r;repres?^taWe~i? ^^? Gohgr?s^^s^n^ ha,*e that- hou f js.m??rit: by the" J4t?? arid ?&h* A^^^n^^.:o^t??r^n?t1on st?tut?op, :^e^J??lve*app?are4vb^r?^e c?urtis;ti jfhe aftd ashlin" los?tribut?is have so sHft?d abot?; wm*o^ . Bi&t?nu?g?^ insist '^h?i'Cbn-. ?^^ntac?'i^?pn?tj??tiorjL ?.p^n-theseji^o^lanks: *?Y? v t^1^^?^?^na^^?Btn- r?atklp?,-tlVe race agaitist one pf the, v, - ^p?e%n>^ ^.district/'and. one wild trie peo ^C?ftl?rji--?|?$y*:^?;, r^dja?itttns^that' t?-, arei .u ?u??as???fo"re _^?with dil 'my. 1 l??i .?I^*^n...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 14 November 1914

. i. . . ipp / ^ ".' THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR 4 ?i. v. VOL VIII COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 15th, 1913 NUMBER 18 _.-? .' ? _:-,-._ ressiona . h. opartanburg, S. C.*, October 20th 191^> ;^'Phai^^^tti;C?h^.. EUs^.Convention of South Carolina. ^ithv^?^nv^^ ap^eciat4o^;?or the' honor y?ii pS??OT^^e^:s?^PTly realizing we-'i?yri?ris?hil tv???t\e^t?ils;?h? tt?? tfia^th?t lco?^ ' ..' ; ''i^^r?ali^e/f?l^r tbe great task y,our conv'entiptfiof^ placed in my hands an,d* ?the instruction gi veri' ;m?\^.carry" th? rf?ght BBTBi?ffl the haijs of C?jTgre3s', an?frthere; I'cans df a'?air and. impart?aKchari?e' ? to cast a, ballot for vv hate ver p??ndWat?..OT?ey may desire to represent them Th Udhgr?ssi '. '* ! :\/^.'A? your representative in ?he-Cobgre&Sl .shall " haye that body /say what is meant by th? 14th and r&th Amendments of our nation ? ai constitution. .' We have appearedvb?f ore the courts, ti me abd a'gain' land'thpse tribunals have so shifted about.'from*one technicalit...

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. — 14 November 1914

?4P* e the rn cator JOLUiVlBIA, S SATURDAY! NOVEMBER 14 ?914 NUMBER 9 i -'" 1 '.V . "' ?Issi . - " '.- '.:<... . '. _ ij- fi " '. v,W v?' - " C?-*v . iff -. . .'?Mi? |o the Voters of the 4th S. G. Cohgressional District. Ki*,. m. ir. :- < opartanburg, S. C., October 20th 1914K Chairman4 th Cong. Die. .Convention of South-Carolina,. ?ear;Sir':L;'>;'^::;^.; . f . ' v : _ \ -With many "thanks and.deep ?ppreciation for the honor you _ eco^fe^red ji^n-'me iri'makiri'g me.your candida te%f pr Congress, ^4^Pt7thfe sa^V^nlly realizing theresponsi^ilty./ikejitiails.anjd the d?ty wat confronts me. v ' W?& realize fully,tbe great task your convention.of/the 14th-ir?st, pl?ced in my hands and* ?he instruction given me to carry the fight for . the .liberty of ". the people tc the hails of Coifgress, and'there pV?c? before the representatives of the American- people tl i e ? unfair [' cans Of ?'fair and impartiaHchanee' to c?st a, ballot for whatever ? .candidate they may desire Iso ...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 14 November 1914

The SOUTHERN INDICATOR n PuMts/ut/ ni ytfi Ila i/tittji ti '.' Sh i < l ? \ ( alunibiu, S. ( . -i Entered us S?.nd' tn SH Mutter 1 May 8th, ut Hie post olKre at ? Golumhiti, S. C., umler the Ael i Mureil ?il, IST'.? _ C. C. SCO TT, I 'm PM;. h MOKOAN, MASAIIKU ( Sl'ISKCIlHITION 1 ? X : i S Ono year.$t,.i?U ( Six Mouths. <><>.. Three Months . MS, Advertising Hates M.ide Kt IO.VU on Applier i ion Saturday, October :;!. HM I. The Carman Mistrial. As was expected, Mrs. I'.arman was not convicted of murder. There issurpri.se however over the failure of the jury to agree upon a verdict? Die verdie!:, or rather the failure of those twelve men to teach a verdict, is a pre! ty clear indication of public opin ion in reference to the case. Some people believe Mrs. ( arman guil ty of murder and should be pun ished, Some believe she killi d Mrs. Hailey bul feel that Mrs. ('arman should ia; .uiver, the sann.' consideration that won M have been shown Dr. Carman lia he killed a man a...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 14 November 1914

The SOUTHERN INDICATOR Published at 916 Washington St net, Columbia, S, C. Entered as Second (.Mass Matter May 8th, 1912, at tue post office at ColnraUu, S. C., under the Act of March 3d. 1879. I C. C. SCOTT, EUITOH, L MOHO AN, MANAOKU SUBSCKBITIOS HATES One year.$L.OO 1 Six Mouth?. 60c ; Three Months . 35c i Advortisiiif? Hatea Made Knowu on Application Saturday, October 31, 1914. I --- The Carman Mistrial. As was expected, Mrs. Carman was not convicted of murder. j There is surprise however over! the failure of the jury to agr?e: upon a verdict- The verdict, or rather the failure of those twelve men to reach a verdict, is a pret ty clear indication of public opin ion in reference to the case. Some people believe Mrs. Carman guil ty of murder and should be pun ished. Some believe she killed Mrs. Bailey but feel that Mrs. Carman should be given the same consideration that would have been shown Dr. Carman had he killed a man about Mrs ('arman under like conditions and circum stances....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 14 November 1914

The SOUTHERN INDICATOR 1 i. Published at ?i6 Washington Street, Columbia, S, C. Enteied as Sucoud ChifiB Matter May 8lh," 1912, at tbe-post office at Columbia, S. C., under the Act of Maroh 3d. 1879. ' * O. C. SCOTT, EDITOR, L MORGAN, MANAGER S?DSCRBPTION HATES One year. Six Mouths.... Three Months $Li>0 60c 35c Advertising Kates Made Known on . Application Saturday, October 31, 1914. The Carman Mistrial. As was expected, Mrs. Carman was not convicted of murder. There*1 is surprise however over the failure of the jury to agree upon a verdict- The verdict, or rather the failure of those twelve men to reach a verdict, is a pret ty clear indication of public opin ion in reference to the case. Some people believe Mrs. Carman guil ty of murder and should be pun ished. Some believe, she killed . Mrs. Bailey but feel that Mrs. * ^Carman should be given the same ^ consideration- that would have $f been shown Dr. Cannan had he. ir killed a man about Mrs Carman under like conditions and ci...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 14 November 1914

The SOUTHERN, IND?IC^TOR Published ai QI6 Washington Sheet, Columbia, S, C. Entered as Second Class Matter May 8th, 1912, at tha-poa^office al Columbia, S. C., uruier the Act of March 3d. 1879. 0:. C. SCOTT, EDITOK, li MORGAN. MANAGER SDDSORBPTION RATES One year. .$1^0 Six Months.,. 60c Three Months. 35c Advertising Rates Made Known on . Application Saturday, October 31, 1914. The Carman Mistrial. As was expected, Mrs. Carman was not convicted of murder. Tnere* is surprise however over the failure of the jury to agree upon a verdict- The-verdict, or rather the failure of those twelve .n?en to reach a verdict, is a pr?t-. i ty clear indication of public opin ion in reference to the case, Spme people believe Mrs. Carman guil ty of murder and should be pun ished. Some believe, she killed I Mrs.. Bailey but feel that Mrs. - ;-^Carm?n should be given the same Consideration'- that would have been shown Dr. Carman had he ^?%? killed a,man about Mrs Carman . "under like conditions and circu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 14 November 1914

The SOUTHERN INDICATOR Published at ?/6 Washington Sinei, Col ti ni l>ia, S, C. Entered ns Second Chis? Mutter May 8th, 1912, at tue post office at Columbia, S. C., under thc Act of March 3d. 187 ?). C. C. SCOTT, Emmit, L MORGAN. MANAOKK Sousci'in-Tios HATES On*? >ear.$l^<'Oj Six Mouths. 6?? Three Months . H5e _ i Advertising Kates Mudo Known on ] Applient ion Saturday, October 31, 1914. ! ------------ ; The Carman Mistrial. As was expected, Mrs. Carman was not convicted of murder, j There is surprise however over1, the failure of the jury to agree j upon a verdict- The verdict, or rather the failure of those twelve ; men to reach a verdict, is a pret ty clear indication of public opin ion in reference to the case. Some people believe Mrs. Carman guil ty of murder and should be pun ished. Some believe she killed j Mrs. Bailey but feel that Mrs. Carman should be given the same consideration that would have been shown Dr. Carman had he killed a man about Mrs Cannan under like...

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. — 14 November 1914

Local News Miss Ailene Pearson, of Green V ) ) I 3p silt Fair week in th'e city tho .^ii>'s: of her au it Mrs. Irene Lover on Gregg St. Mr. J. A. Hays, of Jacksonville Fla., spent last week in the city and taking in the Colored Fair. During his stay he was the guest nf viiss Nellie Barnes and famih at 1015 Senate St, Rev. ,1 ? '. White pastor of Zion Baptist Church, is spending the week in Palatka, Fla., assisting Rev. D. F. Thompson, in a series of meetings. Rev. Thompson was formerly pastor at Green wood, in this state, but is now pastor of one of the largest Bap tist churches in Florida. While away in Florida this week, Dr, White is satisfied that the inter est of Zion in Columbia will be closely guarded by Deacons Su b . . Brimson Holsey and Wi li ta m s ! hi te will be here Sun tho :t Deacon Sober has to go for lum. The annua conference of the M. E. church will be held in Col umbia next week. The sessions Will be held at the Wesley M. E. church, of which the Rev. C. C. Scott...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 14 November 1914

Local News. Miss Ailene Pearson, of Green v ) >:l tp n' Pair week in the city the niesi ot'her alf it Mrs. Irene Love:1 on Gregg St, Mr. J. A. Hays, of Jacksonville Fla., spent last week in the city and taking in the Colored Fair. During his stay he was the j guest of iss Nellie Harnes and fanni> a? 1015 Senate St. .'I . .. ' .?'.'.(? pastot ol' Zion ii.ipusi Church, is spending the week in Palatku, Fla., assisting Kev. D. F. Thompson, in a series of meetings. Kev. Thompson was formerly pastor at Green wood, in this state, but is now pa lor of one of the largest Bap tist churches in Florida. While away in Florida this week, Dr, White is satisfied that the inter est of Zion in Columbia will be closely guarded by Deacons Su b . P. ru- Moise; and Will i .; . ! i? :. h?e will be here Sn <!...:!' i ..(.aeon Sn ber oas lo ge f. mm. The annua conference of the M. E. church will be held in Col umbia next week. The sessions will be held at the Wesley M. E. chureh, of which thc Kev. ...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 14 November 1914

i"RV . "Viv . v.' Local News, Miss Ailene Pearson, of Green-' wood spent Fair week in the city the guest of her aunt Mrs. Irene Lover on Gregg St. Mr. J. A. Hays, of Jacksonville Fla., spent last week in the city and taking in the Colored Fair . During his stay he was the guest of Miss Nellie Barnes and family at 1015 Senate St. r . Rev. J. G. White pastor of Zion Baptist Church, is spending the week in Palatka, Fla., assisting Rev. D. F. Thompson, in a series ' - of meetings. Rev. Thompson was formerly pastor at Green wood, in this state, but is how pastor of one of the largest Bap tist churches in Florida. Whiie away in Florida this week, Dr. White is satisfied that the inter est of Zion in Columbia will be closely guard?d by Deacons Su fa ?\ Rru-nson Wolsey and Will iams. . l)v. \\ hit? will be here rSuuday if Deacon Suber.has to go The annua'Cconference of the ? ' E. church will be held in Col mia next week. The sessions [ll be held at the Wesley M. E. ?ireh, of which the Rev. C...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 14 November 1914

ir v . fcdatiana 6^^I^^^IM lever -aVrta^^c?*;^^^-'^** ? i>i\? :^^tuaj?^?Bintended; J>3 those ^niup)?^^ ' V?s-l 8?ns;\t#?w^c?j?^c? le* ^OD^ ^t/tU?'ili?stle's; word? bftv? no i?'f^?Oc?,^U?tover to. lntem poranjcc of^?mr t?rid^o&; timo anoth ter. : : pe/^^^*^j^'^tt^?*ir #tH? .world it?8r|P^R^^;*I^:JMbtt ates, bti^?^^^f^^vW?P^ of Gpd. afM^a^a^ ??tf-tbf? opening ^;estfj2$^ the TtnUL?;4mik\^? ;wXur some tortfiof Bin. m f??m\fef;^?ktok?^ or ?fiv A. ui^v<HTfeX?^.?ivtoinnient. > The ?by ? u^?^^^-^^n>li>e^^ ni^st'epjiM - er,<-i8e:-tte4net?.v<*te Vr.^ rea.; torut?ohfp?v ;V??^i*>!rtnLg'- pb? to ? cpndl tiph Pf rrlgBte^Usmeasvanp:< fellowship svlih ?p?i^^?s th?^^hP?Id 4o meek pnfe ?l^pth^^^'^^B^?^^8t??g, ;one another/ Iii: faWin? Wgajpst^the weak er Christy . T??s;^ -generor1 1 ? w Is ',; one ..' pf . aervlce /and . i^ff-sacrifice., in the ; Intetes'te > of ptber?. o \ T^osei'yvh o, flnd'fV tng. a) brother . oyet^ken ?'in'" ', a fault,-i in ere\ y 80*1*1$ fle...

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. — 14 November 1914

SAWING AND REAPING. Galatians 6:1-10,-?Nov.-8. 'What s Jere i a man no uv th, that vhall he ' alio reap." - Yerse 7. COI 'A.Y'SNStiid? was intended; by. I those mapping ? ont these les ? sons, tpr.be;: a-temperance les son. .--But the Apostle's words have no refer?nce^whatever to Intem perante of $ire' kind ^more. than auoth er. ?He . is* \ addressing, - neither the work". in-general' por some poor inebri ates, butv'tbe-. ' consecrated people ot God. aai .h?ideclares- in .the opening versos ^?bis. Epistle. Tb oso'Consecrated. Christians the Apo: li? r eu^s ; brethren, and instructs thoiii h$^';to .deaj with any. of their h. " '4f\i;h\>.. might be. overtaken in' a Yum i, an ta ugled with some form of sin, by ?ea$oti;..?t'.'weakness of the flesh or by ' urtra vorable environment. The ! ou st sinritu.al of the Church should ex tase ;iueu3S"el.v es co "bring about a res toration, pf .thc erring one to a condi tion of righteousness, and-fellowship iv iib G?d? ..This they should do mee...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 14 November 1914

?**BU3U?> STU DY? O y_ ,^sssr\ SAWING AND REA^INO. Galatians 6:1-10.-Nov. 8. "Whatxojcvcr a man sotecth, thal *hall he ' alto rca?>." Verse 7. COI ' YY'S^Study was Intendeu, by. i those muppiilg out, tbese les / sons, tp. be. JV temperance les ion..--But the Apostle's words hftve no reference, whatever to Intem perance of \bne ki rid more thnu anoth er. 'He is" addressing, neither the worl- in general'nor some poor Inebri ates I-ut- (he. consecrated people of Got) as he. declares iu .tho opening verses of\tbis Epistle. Tb... consecrated Chrlsti ins the Apo. . ie - Cays brethren, and Instructs th-... b?w'^o dea} with any of their S #" w.hd.. might be overtaken in'u i ..'jjL, entangled with some form of sin, by Reason, of weakness of the flesh or hy ' unfavorable . environment. The Divst sinrltiiul of the Church should ex ti t '.so themselves to bring about a rcs U iation'. of the erring one to a condi tion of righteousness and fellowship 'Aili' G?d? This they should do meek 1} ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 26 June 1915

. i. . . ipp / ^ ".' THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR 4 ?i. v. VOL VIII COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 15th, 1913 NUMBER 18 _.-? .' ? _:-,-._ ! mu nor ea women kther At Darlington In The Fifth Annual Session Of The Colored Women's Clubs--Next Annual Ses sion Will Be Held In Col umbia June 191?. Orangeburg, June 22, -With the fulling of jule' president's gavel and the swiging "God be with you till we.meet again," ended the greatest annual meet ing of The State Federation of Colored Women's Clubs, in tjje history of the state. Darlington celebrated in gala fashion the successful ending of the meet j^Xings by., giving a great banquet . Friday night. The reports showed nearly $4,600 raised for all purposes during the fiscal year. Over $600 .were raised for educational pur poses. There were o? clubs re porting this year, where only a Sy reported last tfninent visitors Vn" all p*artsof farder states, were read by given careful federation work. Marion B. Wilkinson's address was a master Mrs. A...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 26 June 1915

. i. . . ipp / ^ ".' THE SOUTHERN INDICATOR 4 ?i. v. VOL VIII COLUMBIA, S. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 15th, 1913 NUMBER 18 _.-? .' ? _:-,-._ r-CRE^t MEETINB-J?F^G?L OREO 'WOMEN OF STATE ?it? eral Hundred Women ather At Darlington In The Fifth Annual Session Of The Colored Women's Clubs-Next Annual Ses sion Will Be Held In Col umbia June 191?* Orangeburg, June 22,- With the falling of the president's gavel and the Singing "God be with you till we meet again, " ended the greatest annual meet ing of The State Federation of Colored Women's Clubs, in the history of the state. Darlington celebrated in gala fashion the successful ending of the meet ings by giving a great banquet Friday night. The reports showed nearly $4,600 raised for all purposes during the fiscal year. Over $600 were raised for educational pur poses. There were 50 clubs re porting this year, where only a b??t half soj^Py reported last year. Mar? ?raineat visitors were r^?| Bm all parts of of thiJ nrdcr states. Spjfl H were...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 26 June 1915

ThetScmthern Indicator S & . " ... : . . i jV^'i a - :._._ ---T ti VOLUME XII . COLUMBIA, S C. SATURDAY, JUNE 26. 1915 NUMBER 43 ;?' _vii_^_?Li_:_:_- >.A . CREAT NI?ETINH OF GOL n OBED,.'WOMEN OF STATE . . 5 - " ; Several Hundred Women .^o Gather At Darlington In The Fifth Annual Session Of The Colored Women's Clubs-Next Annual Ses sion Will Be Held In Col umbia June 191 fi. Orangeburg, June 22,- With the falling of the president's gavel and the singing "God be with you till we meet again, " ended the greatest annual meet ing of The State Federation of Colored Women's Clubs, in the history of the state. Darlington celebrated in gala fashion the successful ending of the meet ings by giving a great banquet Friday night. The reports showed nearly $4,GOO raised for all purposes during the fiscal year. Over$G00 were raised for educational pur poses. There were 50 clubs re porting this year, where only a bout half sojj^py reported last year. Manfl^Bftiinent visitors were xJ?k Rm al...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 26 June 1915

The^SOUTHERN INDICATOR Published at ?/6 ll as hing ton Sturt, C ola tabill, < . Entered ns Second ("hiss Mattel Mn\ 8th, 11)12, at thc? pc wt office? ill Columbia, S (' , uinler the Ad ol March 3d. 187'.). I. C. WI UTK, I'nrroit. L MO HG AN MANAUKK SUHSCItUTION I?ATKS One year.fl IM Six Months. 8f?i Three Ment hs . Hf?i Advert!K?i>y Unten Much? Kin???n ol A ppliotion saturday, June 2G, 1915. The Appeal for Morris Col lege. We commend to the .serious at tention of tlie people of that de nomination the appeal,appearing elsewhere in this paper, ol tilt Finance Comtniteoof Morris Col lege. The plan ia feasible and the cause is indeed worthy Thc response ought, and surely will, be prompt and hearty. Mort* s College represents what th< Negro Baptists are doing educa tionally for themselves. If ever j Baptist would do as requested hy the finance committee the ?"),()(M woidd be raised easily' any Sun day set apart for that purpose, THE NEWS FROM ABBEVILLE, Abbeville, .lune 15, -Dea...

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