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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 26 June 1915

Th^gOUTHERN INDICATOI Published at QI6 W ashington Sheet Columbia, S. C. Kntered UK Second (-lass Miine Ma.\ 8th, 1012, nt the poul office n Columbia, S C , under the Act o March 3d. 1871). I.C. WHITE, EMITOR. L MOKOAN MANAUKR SuBSCuitTioN HATE? One year.il () SIN Mouths. 0? Three Menth? . 85 Advertising Hilten Made Known u Application Saturday, June 2G, 1915. The Appeal for Morris Col lege. We commend to the serious at tention of the people of that de nomination the appeal,appearini elsewhere in this paper, ot th Finance Conimiteeof Morris Col lege. Tlie plan ia feasible an( the cause is indeed worthy Tin response ought, and surely will be prompt and heany. Morr College represents what th Negro Baptists tire doing educa tionally for themselves. If ever; Ba])tist would do as requested h; the finance committee the $5,00< would be raised easily any Sun day set apart for that purpose THE NEWS FROM ABBEVILLE Abbeville, June 15,-Dear edi tor: On Friday night June ll our beloved pastor...

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. — 26 June 1915

J ML 'Published ai ?i6 Washington Street Columbia, S. C. Entered UH Second Claws Matte May 8tb, 1912, at the post office a Columbia, S. *C , under the Act o March 3d. 1879. t J. C. WHITE, EDITOR. L MORGAN. MANAGER ? SousciUrTioN HATES One year.il O' Six Mouths. 60 Three Months . 85 AdvertiRi??jf Hates Made Known o Application Saturday, June 26, 1915. The Appeal for Morris Col lege. We commend to the serious at tention of fie people of that de nomination the appeal,appearing elsewhere in this paper, ot th< Finance Commiteeof Morris Col lege. The plan ia feasible ant the cause is indeed worthy Th< response ought, and surely will be prompt and heany. Morn ; College represents what trw Negro Baptists are doing educa tionally for themselves. If ever: Baptist would do as requested b: the finance committee the $5,001 would be raised easily any Sun day set apart for that purpose THE NEWS FROM ABBEVILLE Abbeville, June 15,-Dear edi tor: On Friday night June ll our beloved pastor. Rev. ...

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. — 26 June 1915

NOTES BYTHE WAYSIDE. BY REV. RICHARD CARROLL. As scheduled I spent Sundaj with Dr. C. T. Walker in Augus ta, Ga. I preached at ll a. ni in his new church to a great con gregation. At 4:30 p.m. I lectur ed to what Dr. Walker called a "very representative audience" lawyers, doctors, business men and people who represented everything. The men veted unanimously that they enjoyed the lecture and were willing tc hear it again but 1 was not willing to stay longer in Augus ta. 1 was tired and had not much more physical loree tu spare. Dr. Walker's congrega tion is not like the average Geor gia congregation I met. At ll a. m. the people assembled for preaching: at S p. m. the congre services, and at 9:30 the nenedic tion was pronounced and the peo ple were going home. That is 9:30 by standard time. I was in Atlanta on two occas ions when I began preaching at 10 o'clock by South Carolina time and 9 o'clock by ('entrai time There are few men that have ser vices like Dr. Walker-on time. In Sout...

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. — 26 June 1915

NOTES BY THE WAYSIDE. BY REV. RICHARD CARROLL. As scheduled I spent Sunday with Dr. C. T. Walker in Augus ta, Ga. X preached at ll a. m. in his new church to a great con gregation. At 4:150 p. m. I lectur ed to what Dr. Walker called a "very representative audience" lawyers, doctors, business men and people who represented everything. The mon voted unanimously that they enjoyed the lecture and were willing to hear it again but I was not willing to stay longer in Augus ta. I was tired and had not much more physical force to spare. Dr. Walker's congrega tion is not like the average Geor gia congregation I met. At ll a. m. the people assembled for preaching; at 8 p. m. the congre gation had assembled ?or night services, and at 9:30 theoenedic tion was pronounced and the peo ple were going home. That is 9:30 by standard time. I was in Atlanta on two occas ions when I began preaching at 10 o'clock by South Carolina time and 9 o'clock by Central time There are few men that have ser vices ...

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. — 26 June 1915

NOTES BY THE WAYSIDE. BY REV. RICHARD CARROLL. As scheduled I spent Sunday with Dr. C. T. Walker in Augus ta, Ga. I preached at ll a. m in his new church to a great con gregation, At 4:30 p. m. I lectur ed to what Dr. Walker called a "very representative audience'1 lawyers, doctors, business mer and people who represented everything. The men voted unanimously that they enjoyed the lecture and were willing tc hear it again but I was not willing to stay longer in Augus ta. 1 was tired and had not much more physical force tc spare. Dr. Walker's congrega tion is not like the average Geor gia congregation I met. At ll a. m. the people assembled for preaching: at 8 p. m. the congre gation had assembled ?T night services, and at 9:30 then?enedic tion was pronounced and the peo ple were going home. That is 9:30 by standard time. I was in Atlanta on two occas ions when I began preaching at 10 o'clock by South Carolina time and 9 o'clock by Central time There are few men that have ser vices l...

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. — 26 June 1915

J Phone Youi ?ur Dru For pure Drugs, Medici Toilet Arth Prescriptions Care! We have with us Dr. V? oldest practicing physic Our Ice Cream and Sod Columbia. We use on! This Drug Store is Madam C. J. Walker's ! P. R. REES 1105 Washington St ' Local News' Mrs. G. H. Williams of 514 Sumter street spent Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives and friends in Trenton and Edgefield. Mrs. A. McLees, of Chester, spent Wednesday night in the] city, the guest of her mother, Mrs. M. J. Williams on Sumter street. Rev. J. W. Turn2r of Durham, N. C, will preach a special ser mon at First Calvary Baptist church Sunday morning at il o'clock. Misses Ruth C. and N. Mildred atson left last week for Hamp oon Institute, Hampton, Va. ?where they go to attend the . Slummer school. . 'ii Miss Cora L. Preston of Col ls "umbiaiS- C. left Monday morn ing June 21, 1915 for Monttree, N,C. where she expects to spend the summer. " On Sunday night at the First Calvary Baptist church address es in behalf of the Rev. J...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 26 June 1915

Phone You ?ur Dre For pure Drugs, Medic Toilet Arti Prescriptions Carel We have with us Dr. W oldest practicing physic Our Ice Cream and Sod Columbia. We use on This Drug Store is Madam C. J. Walker's P. R. REE? 105 Washington St Local News. Mrs. G. H. Williams of 514 Sumter street spent Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives and friends in Trenton and Edgefield. Mrs, A. McLees, of Chester, spent Wednesday night in the city, the guest of her mother, Mrs. M. J. Williams on Sumter street. % Rev. J. W. Turn?r of Durham, N. C, will preach a special ser mon at First Calvary Baptist church Sunday morning at ll o'clock. Misses Ruth C. and N. Mildred Watson left last week for Hamp ton Institute, Hampton, Va. where they go to attend the Summer school. Miss Cora L. Preston of Col umbians- C. left Monday morn ing June 21, 1015 for Monttree, N.C. where she expects to spend the summer. On Sunday night at the First Calvary Baptist church address es in ^?half of the Rev. Jagg er's m ?on work will ...

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 February 1921

VOLUME XXIII T-r . : ? ?j < r ; - COLUMBI A. 8. a SATURDAY FEBRUARY 12 1921 NUMBER 13 Dear Mr. Editor: It has bean some time since the writer gave to yoaif manyreaders an account o? his going to and frb in Ihe^^tepesl ol tie Voorhe*3e for mai ^and industrial School of Den-| mark, the Tuskegie of South Caro lina. Our first visit for mention was made to Atlanta, Ga., in cbmpany with Prof. A. W. Nfcholson^principal of ^Uie Bettis Academy of 'renton, C. The meeting was called by Superintendent of Bureau ton of W; Educ Uionv > Ctoxr j D. & together of the heajis of all the voca-j tional schools from \ Virginia to Tex$s to discuss the benefits of vocational education upon the rural life of the Negro.i the meeting lasted two November ?S-19. The sessions being held in the capitai building in the Senate chamber, and your humble ser vant occupying what he never dreamed as possible, a seat | in the Senate -of thej great State o\' Georgia, Nolens votens, we must agree with Dr. Silas X...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 12 February 1921

The Southern Indicator. Published Weekly. COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA. ! PHONE 2637. ! ! " ! Editorial Staff. J A. Roich.Managing Editor Rev. H. Moore, D. D., Contributing Editor.' Rev. D. F. Thompson. D. D.f Contrib uting Editor. Rev. L Lowery, D. D., Local Re porter.! i Subscription Rates (In Advance.) OneTea^.W-Jg S?t months . Three njt?ntn8 . I Advertising Rates. Regular rates, ?per inch.BO Cards ojt Thanks .?1.00 up Reading! Notices .$1.00 up Obituaries, Resolutions, etc, $1.00 up Marriages .$2.00 up j IMPORTANT. Thei subscription price to The in dicator only entitles a subscriber to the paper and not to publisfc iree Cards! of Thanks, Obituaries, eto. These cost extra. Seni $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, con ven ttom*!conferences, etc. Marriage announcements, $1.00; marriage write-up, $1.0* up. No tices, Wc. up. Send or bring the OMa ! Editor. : SDitORlALS i_ SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1921. Bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 12 February 1921

MOVED TH? REESE'S DRUG STORE Has Moved to 1422 Assembly Street Here we will be glad to serve our Friends and Patrons from oar regular line of Toilet Articles. Drugs, Soda, Ice Cream, Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco. Reese's Drug Store 1422 Assembly Street PHONE M. BT. Penn Esa? B. Brown DRIVE IN "You've found the 'House' that good service built.', We consider no job completed until you are satisfied. The Acme Auto Repair Co. Gars Doped and Greased. AH Work Guaranteed. PHONE 2849 1213 LAUREL ST. All Work Guaranteed . I ADAMS' SHOE REPAIK SHOP M. E.ADAMS, Proprietor Quick Service. Give Me a Trial. 1205- ASSEMBLY STREET Hi Central Lutober and Supply Company F. T. HILLER, Pres. & Mgr. Lumber, Mouldings, Shingles, Laths Building Material, Asphalt Shingles, Roofing, Brick, Lime and Cement We ? Guarantee - Prompt -Deliveries TELEPHONE 352 700 ELM WOOD AVE Columbia, S. C, on S. A. L. Ry. DRUGS! DRUGSII DRUGSIII Sodas, Cigars/ Candies, Stationery, Toilet Articles and Sundries. Oar drugs a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 12 February 1921

THE VOICE OF THE PRO PHET IS HEARD AT DUN BARTON._ I left Augusta on Saturday evening for Dun barton to deliver a sermon on Sunday at j Canaan Fair C. M. E-. Church. Bro. Joseph Lewis met me at the station with his car and car ried me to his home and I spent two pleasant nights with his family. The people of this community have been anxious to hear me for a long time, but this was the first time that I was able to preach for them. Rev. Isles is the pastor i of this splendid congrega tion. He;is a Christian man and treated the! prophet well. This is his second year, and recently he had a rally that amounted to over $1,000. He is a good preacher and one of the best songsters in the State. He teaches school in Saluda county. The pastor preached a good sermon in the morn ing to the society band. Sunday even ing it rained a little and cleared off at night 11 had one of the largest crowds of:my life. After I finished preaching I called for mourners and several grown men came forward to be...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 12 February 1921

li VOLUME yvXII? COLUMBIA. S. &S/ntfRD*V. FEBRUARY 12 1921. NUMBER 13 NOTES BY A TRAVELS!* Dear Mr. Editor: It haB been some time since th .writer gave to your many readers ai account of his going to and fro ii "the .interest of the Voorhees Nor mal - and Industrial School of Den mark, the Tuskegee of South Care lina/ . OUT first visit for mention was mad to Atlanta, Ga., in company with Pro! A. W. Nicholson ?principad of 'th* Bettis Academy of Trenton, S. C. Th' meeting was called by Superintenden of Bureau of Education, W. D. Clax ton of Washington, D. C. A bringing together of the heads of all the voca t'ional schools from Virginia to Texa: to discuss the benefits of vocationa education upon the rural life of tin Negro. The meeting lasted two days November 18-19. The sessions being held in the capital building in th? Senate chamber, and your humble ser vant occupying what* he never dreamec . as possible, a seat in the Senate ol the great State of Georgia. Nolens volens, we mu...

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 February 1921

The Southern Indicator VOLUME yvXlII COLUMBIA. S. C. SAT URDAY. FEBRUARY 12 1921. NU M BE h 13 NOTES BY A TRAVELS!* Dear Mr. Editor: It has been some time since UK writer gave to your many readers ai account of his going lo and fro ii ithe interest of the Voorhees Nor mal and Industrial School of Den mark, the Tuskegee of South Caro Una. . Our first visit for mention was mad* to Atlanta, Ga., in company with Prof A. W. Nicholson ?principal of 'the Bettis Academy of Trenton, S. C. Th? meeting was called by Superintendent of Bureau of Education, W. D. Clax ton of Washington, D. C. A bringing together of the heads of all the voca tional schools from Virginia to Texas to discuss the benefits of vocational education upon the rural life of the Negro. The meeting lasted two days, November 1S-19. The sessions being held in the capital building in the Senate chamber, and your humble ser vant occupying what' he never dreamed as possible, a seat in the Senate of the great State of Georgia. Nol...

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 February 1921

The Southern Indicator. Publish? J Weekly. COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA. PHONE 2637. ou wt ne Editorial Staff, J. A. Roach.Managing SWitor Rev. 1?. M. Moore, D. D.. Contrlbutlsg su Editor. ot Rev. D. V. Thompson. D. L).. Gomtrib- ^ utlng Editor. Rev. I. H. Lowery, ?. D.. l-oosl We- ? porter ' it Subscription Rates (In Advance.) tc One Year .$1-50 Six months .M Three month? .60 Advertising Rates. Regular ratea, por Inch.60 Carda of Thank? .tl.00 np Reading Notices .il.00 np Obituaries, Resolutions, clo, $1.00 mp Marriages.$2.00 up IMPORTANT. The subscription prie* to Th? In dicator only entitles a subscriber to the paper and not to publish tree Cards of Thauks. Obituaries, eic. Thea? coat extra. Send $1.00 wi'h obituaries. $1.00 with a Card of Thanks. $1.00 with a short article on church and Sun-||t day school work, unions, couveu ilona, cont jrencas. etc. Marriage announcements, $1.00; mar ri at? write-up, $1.09 up. No tices, SOc. up. Sead or bring tho cull. Editor. EDITORIALS SATURDAY,...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 12 February 1921

The Southern Indicator. Published Weekly. COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA. PHONE 2637. Editorial Staff., J. A. Roach.Managing SS?itor Rer. li. M. Moore, D. D.. Cootrlbutisg Editor. _ 101 Hov. D. P. Thompson, D. D., Co?trfb utlng Editor. Rev. 1. E. Lowery, D. D.. tXKml Re porter. Ia it Subccriotion Bato? (In Advance.) t, One Year .HM Six months .JO Three months -A.W> 'rn 9 9 v Advertising Rates. _ e Regular rates, .rer Inch.60 Cards of Thanks .fl.00 up Reading Notices .11.00 up Obituaries, Resolutions, eto, $1.00 ep Marriages .$2.00 ?p c IMPORTANT. Th? subscription price to Tn? In dicator only entitles a subscriber to the paper and not to publish free Cards of Thanks, Obituaries, eto. These cost extra. Send $1.00 wl*b obituaries, $1.00 with a Card of Thanks, ?1.00 with a short article on church and Sun-ll t day school work, unions, conven- [ J o dons, con! jrencos, etc. li arr lag? announcements, $1.00 ; marriage write-up, $1.00 up. No tices, SOc. up. Sesd or bring the eask. Editor. \ ll...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 12 February 1921

gaflrTgjprnr war wv a sagaca The Southern Indicator. Published Weekly. COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA. / PHONE 2837. Editorial Staff, J. A. Roach.Managing ?ditor ROT. H. M. Moore, D. D., Contributing s Bditor. \ ? Rev. D. F. Thompson, D. D., Contrib uting Editor. Rev. I. E. Lowery, D. D., Loon! Re porter. Subscription Rstes (In Advance.) One Year .?...*1.50 Six months. Three months .W !m . ? Advertising Ratea Regular rates, ?per inch.60 Cards of Thanks .9\. 00 np Reading Notices .11-00 ap Obituaries, Resolutions, eto, $1.00 ap Marriages .$2 00 ap IMPORTANT. The subscription price to The In dicator only entitles a subscriber to the paper and not to publish free Cards of Thanks. Obituaries, ?to. Tba-) cost extra. Send $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 jrencss, eto. M arriase announcements, $1.00; marriage write-up, $1.08 up. No tices. 60c. up. Send or bring the Editor. EDITORIALS SATUR...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 12 February 1921

MOVED 1 THE REESE'S DRUG STORE Has Moved to 1422 Assembly Street Here we will be glad to serve our Friends and Patrons ?? from our regular line of Toilet Articles. Drugs, Soda, ice Cream, Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco. Reese's Drug Store 1422 Assembly Street PHONE j* M. H. PENN ESAU B. BROWN DRIVE IN "You've found the *House' that good service built.'. We consider no job completed until you are satisfied. The A erne Auto Repair Co. Car? Doped and Greased. AU Work Guaranteed. PHONE 2849 1213 LAUREL ST. J All Work Guaranteed ADAMS' SHOE REPAID SHOP M. E. ADAMS, Proprietor Quick Service. Give Me a Trial. 1205 ASSEMBLY STREET Central Lumber and Supply Company P. T. HILLER, Pres. & Mgr. Lumber, Mouldings, Shingles, laths Building Material, Asphalt Shingles, Roofing, Brick, Lime and Cement We - Guarantee - Prompt - Deliveries TELEPHONE 352 700 ELMWOOD AVE Columbia S. C., on S. A. L. Ry. DRUGSI DRUGSII DRUGS!!! S??das, Cigars, Candies; Stationery; Toilet Articles and Sundries. Our dru...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 12 February 1921

-BB MOVED T]HE REESE'S DRUG STORE {Has Moved to 1422 Assembly Street Here we will be glad to Berve our Friends and Patrons from our regular line of Toilet Articles. Drugs, Soda, Ice Cream, Cigars, Cigarettes arid Tobacco. Reese's Drug Store 1422 Assembly Street PHONE ? 1 cer ! list I lur J pu? Lin 1 tri ] Ot] rh sot tin ba th? eli Hi lot a sp or b\ w tc I. e a M. H. PENN ESAU B. BROWN I DRIVE IN "You've found the 'House' that good service built.'. We consider no job completed until you are satisfied. The Acme Auto Repair Co. Cart .Doped and Greased. AU Work Guaranteed. PHONE 2849 1213 LA? REL ST. ? All Work Guaranteed ADAMS5 SHOE REPA. H SHOP M. E. ADAMS, Proprietor Quick Service. Give Me a Trial. 1205 ASSEMBLY STREET ?tug Central Lumber and Supply Company F. T. HILLER, Pres. & Mgr. Lumber, Mouldings, Shingles, Laths Building Material, Asphalt Shingles, Roofing, Brick, Lime and Cement We - Guarantee - TELEPHONE 352 Columbia S. C Prompt - Deliveries 700 ELMWOOD AVE on S. A. L. Ry...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 12 February 1921

MOVED THE REESE'S DRUG STORE (Has Moved to 1422 Assembly Street H?re we will be glad to serve our Friends and Patrons from our regular line of Toilet Articles. Drugs, Soda, Ice Cream, Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco. Reese's Drug Store 1422 Assembly Street PHONE ? cer B list I for J pei thr I tri] IMMhlKIMHIMMft?M?ataM^H^ |otl Th M. H. PENN ESAU B. BROWN DRIVE IN "You've found the 'House' that good service built.'. We consider no job completed until you are satisfied. The Acme Auto Repair Co. Can Doped and Greased. AH Work Guaranteed. PHONE 2849 1213 LAUREL ST. tin ha th? eh Hi loi a sn bi w All Work Guaranteed ADAMS5 SHOE REPAID SHOP M. E. ADAMS, Proprietor Quick Service. Give Me a Trial. I 1205 ASSEMBLY STREET Central Lumber and Supply Company F. T. HILLER, Pres. & Mgr. Lumber, Mouldings, Shingles, Laths v Building Materia!, Asphalt Shingles, Roofing, Brick, Lime and Cement We - Guarantee - Prompt - Deliveries TELEPHONE 352 700 ELMWOOD AVE Columbia. S. C., on S. A. L. Ry. DRUGS...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern indicator. — 12 February 1921

THE VOICE OF THE PRO PHET IS HEARD AT D?N BARTON. , . ? ) . I left Augusta on Saturday evening ipr Dunbarton to deliver a sermon cn Sunday at Canaan Fair C." M. ?fe: Church. Bro. Joseph. Lewis met me at the station with his car and car ried me to his ho??? and I spent two pleasant nights with his family. The people of this community have been anxious to hear me for a long time, but this was the first time that I was able to preach for them. Rev. Isles ls 'the pastor of thia splendid congrega tion. He is a Christian man and treated the prophet well. Thia is his second year, and recently he had a rally that amounted to over $1,000. He ia a good preacher "and one of the best songsters in the State. He te?ches school in Saluda county. The pastor preached a good sermon ih the morn <" mg to the society band. Sunday even ing it rained a little and cleared off at night. I had one of the largest crowds of my life. After I finished preaching I called for mourners and several grown men came...

Publication Title: Southern Indicator, The
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