LAZELL'S TOILET WArER
LAZELL'S TALCUM POWDER
LAZELL'S SACHET POWDER
LAZELL'S GREASELESS CREAM
"LAZELL" stands for
Under Masonic Building.
I am selling one=dollar=a=pOund tev
for Seventy=five Cents.
IF YOU WANT A FIRST=CLASS GLASS OF
ICE TEA LET ME BLEND IT FOR YOU.
A Full Line of Fancy Cakes and Crackers.
DO YOU LIKE GOOD BREAD? IF SO. TRY
1MY FANCY FLOUR. EVERYTHING GUAR
ANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
Yours to Please,
C. A. RO.BINSON.
Staple and Fanicy Groceries.
COU IM IMANUFACTURING CO.
$as, Doors and Blinds
Interior Finiish, Pine
/Cypress anid Oak
ornrg, Ceiling, Weatherboarding,"Moulding, Doo'
- and Window Frames'
COLUMBIA, ::::: SOUTH CAROLINA.
N. H. DRIGGERS
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Turning a Specialty. All Orders Promptly
Filled on Short Notice. Terms Cash.
Telehone 185 COLUMBIA, S. C.
EDOWN TO DATE
BRO~NZF. WIRE SCREEN WlN=
DOWS and DOORS with COP
PERED GRILLE GUARDS. We
will furnish for one-third less
CABINET M1ANTELS. TILE and
GRATES. Everything in BUILD
SMachine & Lumber Co.
Chester. S. CG
-r. James Henry Rice spent
-Wednesday in town.
-Dr. Samuel Lindsay spent
Friday in Camden on business.
-Mr. H. E. Ketchin is spend
ing a few days at Great Falls.
-Mr. Sam Owens of Charlotte
spent Sunday in town.
-Mr. Shell Crawford of Great
Falls spent Monday in town.
-Miss Janie Ketchin spent
Tuesday in Columbia.
-Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Foster
leave next week for their new
home in Texas.
-Mr. P. A. Matthews has re
turned from a ten days stay in
-Mr. Joe Quattlebaum of Co
lumbia is visiting Mr. A. G.
-Mr. R. C. Gooding is spend
ing a few days in the mountains
of N. C.
-Mrs. T. A. Quattlebaum of
Columbia is visiting at the home
of Dr. A. G. Quattlebaum.
-Mr. Richard Fulp of Fort
Mill is spending a few days in
town with relatives.
-Mr. J. H. McMaster and
son John spent Tuesday in
-Mr. English Lyles left Tues- -
day morning to spend a few days
-Mrs. J. Y. Turner left Tues
day to spend a few days in
-Mr. James Coin and family
left Tuesday to spend a few days
-Mr. Earnest Stewart of
Columbia spent Saturday in
-Mr. W. C. Boyd of Harts
ville spent a few days this week
-Mr. Geo. Still of Blackville
spent a few days last week with
friends in town.
-Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gooding
and little son are spending a few
days with relatives in town.
-A good game of ball on the
college campus tomorrow. Winns
boro vs. Greenbrier.
- Miss Ella Crawford of Great
Falls is spending a few days
'with friends in town.
-Mr. Palmer SnenceJeftSm
dag for a week's 'strinT Ridge
way and Columbia.
-There -will be a political
picnic at Dov'e's woods next
Wednesday. All the county
candidates are invited.
-The Masons will meet on
Thursday night at 8.30 o'clock
for third degree work.
C. M. Chandler, sectv.
Z-The Misses Sims of Spartan
burg returned home Tuesday .
after visiting friends and
relatives in town.
-The Misses Beard who have
been visting at the home of.Mr. in
J. M. Jennings left last Thurs
day for Columbia. ho
-In a good game of ball lastfe
Thursday at Greenbrier, Winns
boro was defeated by the score d
4 to 1.~
-Mr. David Lauderdale has
returned from Glenn Springs ha
where he has been spending a ne
couple of weeks.
-Messrs. S. D. Dunn and j. an
J. Obear have returned from a rel
Sfew weeks stay at Glenn Springs
and in the mountains. spe
-Mr. John Wilson has return- rel;
ed to his home in Ridgeway after
spending several weeks with ME
relatives in town. tinr
-Messrs. Horace Rabb and in*
Seasel Clarke after spending a .
few days in the mountains have tui
returned home. p
--The many friends of Miss mo
Isabell Clarke will be sorry to _
learn that she returned home
from Trenton Friday night with Br'
-Pro-f. Thornwell and Mrs. J.
[H. Thornwell have returnedtu
homre after spending severaltu
w-eeks with friends and relativess
in Fort Miill.
-A large crowd en.joyed atu
good/ piCnic at Greenbrier last
Thu.rsday. The piceme was well G
maaed and everybody present
had a good1 time.
Mr.McElwee Rolss a:d d)O
daugte Marling retuirnedi hCme~
Mondicay night after _ pedi
s eerl days with friends and ~a
relatives in York county.
-Last Saturday night the
st re of Mr. Hawes about iiles
from towvn was broken into and 9
a e things stolen therefrom.
Wil ones an~d Hilliard Gladney qW
for cvmitting the de~ed and they r
During August We Will Give
By cut prices we mean a good discot
Some things we offer AT COST. NN
mer goods and make room for Fall.
SOME SPECIAL BARGAINS in Wj
cent cut off.
LADIES' FINE MUSLIN UNDERV
selection now at 20 per cent under p
SPECIAL BARGAiN in Men's Oxf(
They are fresh stock, and cheap at o1
SOME SPECIAL LOW PRICES in
See the goods and you will be satisfi
We, need the room for Fall goods.
We are here to serve you to your
best quality of goods and the lowest
C OL Co
D. V.W ALKE R &
Mrs. A. J. Foster and Mrs. - isIae od
. Woodward spent TuesdaythswefoSau.
-Mr. J. E. McDonald returnedMrRoetDuls1
e Monday after spending adamongtose
days at Glenn Springs. dasitretvs
Mrs. J. H. Foster and little Sx
ighter of Lancaster are visit- - illaeti
relatives in town.BatmranWsh
-A good job of street work byor~&IC ag
been done on the cornerbytebstfrhem
~res theMetodis chu-h. sur al whendr
-Mr ad Ms.0.t.hee s ieekfrSaua
i~e in twn.. godrow Dougas ol
-M. . . rie f olmba ef eday morning pn
*nt Si~dav in town with rei!Sativesui:
~tives thoI wilo leavwe Jhi
Jiltiore ance Rah
-MissJenni Rosbbuug ofPur Ji &1cDobrga
-Mr. who Ms. O.n B. oek Dgas a ndve J . HGwie
linthis ontr are visitmng -Temnfrnd
.tvsinson. MgodSt crowd beo
-Mr. . . BrieMserre Couban hatesa mrenmgr
'tSneda om townda aftr reunton inatanburg.
~ndig seeralweek inthwsten ho esterJ
ntais. Jmrnims, Ctlaresnoe R:
i conaldo Jr. apndgsoeDulsan J. L..ecssNe
ewdysa in th ountins.m -The SaE- offrend
innsoro. ollie mituhld be
-lcman K.eR.McMaser re- searns and pshe reui
ned tomeow Tusday after Lumtern chickenek A
nding seal fweekas at h olds ten to Chse
Messr N. . Mcoadwhte W anT.T buyrtic
M. Lcoa d r ., c alnd has L. neesary.nn al
sne tor.,sr laver wee few FORSAEI olde oga:
w das stay withe his tamily n c H. hoseol <
-Poliean.elne rd s en a ns re
Aiew to town eturda ae LReghor SPCIALens
digcal mewday at hi oddBne ra e
e fine tim FrdysC.B.R
-MrsB.a ura McC alpi ha re-_
arne how afLl spndi g anyLterK d ining tabe :J
eralwee~ ii coumb adeze old mahogan y~ <
kssty it hs amly i Htat . E. Goo te
-ia Greati ailter Woor Banne Bread recei
Thursay. ul presenat er t inesi abeek from
-Mrs. B t. .oP ut lbau and ~'i'~ c hereu v p i iv en
sboE Q atou have .;meo.a~& r' K.o rie Fuada
ened home atrsedgo uhrK rcn u
Cut Prices on All
int from regular :-ices.
e want to clean p -um
You get the be nait in
iite Goods, 20 t 25 per
VEAR. You et a choice
rds--at $2.48 and $2.89.
Men's Light Clothing.
ed the price is cut heavy.
satisfaction, both in the
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ng leaves PRESENTS
lss andT1 Iin Pv ta
I a few
ngton to DO O ()I BUY UNTIL
ns. Will: HAVE SEEN OUR STUCK
ney. Be OF ALL SOLID AND GENUINE
ew goods GOODS.
i & Co.We always make special pre
&C. parations for June, both on ac
d soldiers count of Weddings and Grad.u
for the ati-'
Among -rgcases, as we know that
W. Lyles, almost everybody .has to buy a.
ibb, John present of some kind this time
1. A. s. of the year. We ask you simply
iito come in and look around. If
of v ou don't see what you want.
of Mis ~ask for it. Our stock is so large
sorr to that It is Impossible to display
e . Shm all of It. Reebrthat a small
Tuesday piece of the best kind s better
nown yet than a large piece of the poorest
will be kind.
Whatever we sell will always
be found to be correct in style,
sale at best in cuality and low in price.
s. white SYLVAN BROS.
.J. Fos- Cor. Main and Hampton Streets.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
:hairs. Fina! Discharge.
> S. C. Notice is hier'-y. giVen ist A. s.
Doungla's, Adinistrator of the estate
dener ofAir. Wllie 3. Douglas, dieceased,
~ed th yee has- thi,. ami mnade application unto nw C
t. 11 a: 10 de i'ek A. 3M.. ait mgi,'
-offie, has beenf appointed forther
I ~~of.ad ptiio.'~ '~dC
ihe estate- o Pm4 F e d o.. . -
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