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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 be deliver
ed by * N. S. Shelton and Mrs.
Richard Carroll.
Miss Elise Wilhelmina Pinck
ney the accomplished and efficient
organist of the Zion Baptist
church is spending the summer's
vacation in Norfolk, Va. She
is certainly missed at Zion.
Little Miss Daisy Felder the
elder daughter of Henry and
Minnie Felder of 1220 Henderson
street, left last Saturday for
Pomaria Maria to spend 2 weeks
with her grand mother and aunts.
Dr. J. H. Goodwin, M. D.
Columbia's popular and energetc
physician has been selected sup
ertindent of Zion Baptist Sunday
School. He has launched a
campaign for 500 Sunday School
children. Now watch Zion's Sun
day school *row.
Mrs. D. B. Early, the pro
prietor of the popular cafe on
Lady St. died suddenly on Wed
nesday night last. Her funeral,
at which her pastor, Dr N. F*
Hagood. officiated, was held at
Sydney Park C. M. E church
f Thursday afternoon.
Mr Caesar Brisbane formerly of
Richmond Va. was married to Miss
Hattie i-ross the adopted daughter
of Mrs. B. H. Williams. Wednes
day night June 16th at 8.80
o'clock, The Rev. N. F. Hag?-od,
officiating.
Mrs. Bertha Foggy of 1315
Barnwell street, who has been
desperately ill for two weeks is
rapidly improving under the skill
ful treatment of Dr. B. A. Ever
ett.
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Misses C. A. Jackson and Ger
turde Clifton were delegates to
Darlington last week to repres
ent Waverley School Golden Leaf j
Club at the State Federation of I
Colored Women's Club.
Messrs Frank Taylor and Joe
Smith left last Sunday for Hen
dersonville, N. C. where they:
will join their wives and meet a J
number of friends. \
Mr? W. S. H. Dougherty, 1913
Gervais street, left last Friday
on a trip to New York. He will
also visit Springfield, Mass; when
he will likely be joined by the
madam in the next three weeks.
Mrs, Margar et Davis of 810
Laurel street, th is city went to
Flat Rock, N.C. Sunday where
she will join her daughter, Mrs.
Ida Sumter Lightner and spend
the next three months.
a Mrs. Sarah Lawrence, of Ashe
ville, N C., who spent the win
ter in Columbia at the home of
Mrs. Virginia Lee, 1709 Gadsden
street, left last Wednesday for
Hendersonviile, N. C., to spend
the summer. During her stay
here she made many friends!
who were sorry to see her leave.
The Rev. W. P. Peterson, be
ing unable to preach last Sunday
at his church in Chapins, the I
services were conducted by tne
Rev. H. M. Taylor who is loud in
his praise of the kindly treatment
accorded him by the saints of that
place,
Miss Gertie F. Collins, of East-1
over and Miss Eliza Williams, of I
Elloree, left last Tuesday for'
Hampton, Va., where they will
attend the teacher's summer!
session.
Mr. G. L. Floyd, the popular)
Wheat street grocer, Columbia,
spent last week in Greenwood,
visiting his brother-in-law, J. H.
Campbell. He returned Friday
accompanied by little Misses
Laura Katie, and "Biddie" his
nieces.
Mr, Thos. Shefton an expert chauf
feur of Blackville, was in Col
umbia Tuesday, He report that
Blackville is still on the map and
that Mr. Morgan, the only colored I
grocer, is spending much of his I
spare time in Barnwell basking in
the presence of a certain charming
damsel of that bailiwick.
The Rev. Dr. Beckett, the
most successful president of
Allen Uuiversity, has just re
turned from Wilberforce. 0.
where he went to attend the
council of the bishops of the A.
M. E. church. The General con
ference of that church meets
next May at which time four
bishops wiil be elected, one of
whom, it is safe to predict, will
be the Rev. Dr. W. W. Beckett
Editor White is representing'
the Indicator this week at the
Women's convention in Florence.
aiey & Biggs
)lumbia Leading Colored
akers and Embalmers
are in position to furnish
s, Caskets, Robes. Embalm
Hearse, and Carriages more
nable than any other underta
i the city.
There's a Reason
death consult us first and we wil
save you money. ,
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?A Trip to Storyland
eventeen Characters.
Program.
; Jack in Beanstalk.
sHop Over My Thumb.
Three Little Kittens.
Dick Whittington.
Alladin owner of Wonderful
Lamp.
Little Golden Hair and Piney
Cubs.
Old Dame of Pigs Driving
Fame.
Red Riding Hood.
Babe in Woods.
Goody Two Shgeaan Ande
Sleeping Beauty.
This play is rsrarilar to Mo
Goose Rhymes.
A production of St. Mary school
repeated.
First anniversary of Pulpit
Aid Board of Bethel A. M. E.
church- Monday night June 28th
Admission five cents.
Mrs. A. M. Reddick Chair
man. , Y
Miss. Anna Beckett Directress.
Business League Has Rous
ing Meeting.
Thursday evening will not soon
be forgotten by those who attend
ed the meeting of the Business
League held in Martin's hall
It was a rousing meeting being
largely attended by the business
men and women of ColumDia.
The address of the evening was
delivered by Rev. J. M. Myers.
The Rev. Myers is not an educated
man, but for down right common
sense he has no sureriorin South
Carolina. His address took-it
sank into the hearts of his hear
ers. "Co-operation" was his
subject. And. hear us-from this
meeting the Negroes of this city
are going to, as far as practicable,
trade with Negroes. The speech
by Dr. Dunbar and the short
address by Dr. Haygood were
gems of thought. These men
practice what they preach and
the other leaders will have to do
so or get out of the way.
Teachers for Waverley Union
School.
Ata meeting of the trustees of
Waverley Union school held Tues
day, June 22nd, the following
teachers were elected: Misses
C. A. Jackson, principal, C. L,
Daniels, musician; W. E. Nelson,
R. V. Penn, R. E. Johnson, ?.
E. Burns, Helen Reddick, Daisy
Brown, Anna Cooper and Lizzie
St. Claire.
Welton-Martin.
The marriage of Mrs. L. J.
Welton of 1017 Pine street, the
evening of June the third was
both a pleasant and agreeable
surprise to to their many friends
and admirers. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. M. G. John
son at the home of the bride in
the presence of a few intimate
friends of the couple.
Mrs. Martin, was a widow of
a little more than two years
standing and Mr. Martin a
widower of about fourteen
months. Mr. Martin aside from
being a first class carpenter, is
now agent for North Carolina
Mutual and is making good. He
is also honored Superintendent of
Ladson Presbyterian Sunday
school.
Zion Sunday School to Pic
nic Tuesday.
The Zion Baptist Sunday- school
will hold its annul picnic at
Millwood Tuesday. JuiW29th.
The fare for round trip on auto
trucks for children will be twenty
cents; for adults thirty cents.
They invite every body to go out
with them and enjoy the day a
mong the bushes and brambles.
There will be plenty to eat and
drink. The party will leave the
church at 8 o'clo^ssharp, Tues-,
day morning, ?puting pro?
mises to be mo?fiflraihful.
Birth Night Reception.
Mr. John A. Jackson was the
recipient last Monday night, of
a huge birth night reception,
I given by his better-half, Mrs.
1 Jackson at their home 2202 Sen
|ate street. Quite a number of
friends were out and enjoyed the
evening immensely from 8:30 to
11:30. Chicken salad, cream and
cat?vwere bountifully served.
Dra^Vm D. Chappelle, the be
llovin-family physician, Rev. J.
C. Gilmore, Messrs A. P. Porter,
land deacon John Suber dis
tinguished themselves as first
?fate after dinner speakers on
this occasion.
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Rev. C. H. Lee Dead.
The Rev. Choice Lee of Union
s no more possibly. In point of
service, he was the oldest preach
jr in the Pacolet River Asso
ciation whose territory comprises
the whoie of Union county In
;he most prominent churches of
;hat and adjacent counties he
lad been preaching for nearlv
forty years.
After an illness of two months
ie died last Saturday and on
Monday at the Cornith Baptist
murch of Union, where his mem
bership was, eulogistic exercises
ivere held, at which the follow
ing spoke: Rev. J. C. Tobin, T.
3. Philips, H. K. Bates, J. H.
Sartors, Dr. A. A. Sim s and J.
?. White of Columbia, and C.
Whitehead.
To these services, people for
niles around, came. A crowd
seldom seen in Union attended.
The deceased leaves a brother,
leacon M. ?. Lee; a sister, Mrs.
Cornelia Renwick, and six child
.en to mourn their loss.
Vira. Belle Williams of New
York Entertained.
An up-to-date reception was
endered Mrs. Belle Williams of
vlamaroneck, New York Monday
light May 30th by Mrs. Goldie
fames, 1225 Barnwell street The
wening was delightfully whiled
Lway in social chat interspersed
vith music. Mrs. Belle Williams
vas formerly of Columbia being
;he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W,
f. Marshall, who . now reside at
L224 Henderson street. Quite a
3evy of the social stars were out,
imong whom were: Mesdames
Liula Porter, Carrie Wellington,
Vlary Johnson, Laura Williams,
barrie Wilson, Essie Hopkins,
Vlisses Julia Weathers, Charity
Williams, Elizabeth Marshall,
tfancy Carter, Maud Bryant,
.sabel Bolden; Messrs Julius
Bryant, Matthew Perrin, Jeffer
son Marshall, T. Lowndes Black,
Bennie Hopkins, Masters Mal
vern Martin and Deal Marst?
Deacon John Suber, Dr, J.M
Nhite and manager Morgan. An
ce course was temptingly served.
feacheisforSt. Mary Sch
The following are the instruc
ors chosen to teach in the EjfrJ
vlary Episcopal school du riffln
he coming session: Rev. E**oH
Willett, principal; Mrs. S. E.
Sims, Mrs. Daisy Williams,
vlisses ?dary R, Saxon, Emj?
x>ng, Anna Baker, and Cathatflp
fefferson.
iVheu you think of shoppihg,
always think of our adver
tisers.
IMS FAN. TIME )
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fust Listen to the Boys and
Girls of This City
The Ward Four Social Club
vants to announce to you that
hey have placed in the Air Dome
iocial Hall, 1012 Washington St.,
our electric fans and now it is
)lenty cool inside of the building.
Vhile in this building you are
>rotectcd by the officers. We
guarantee good order and ruling.
Iny one starting a fuss in this
milding is forbidden henceforth
oming in at any price. Doors
if the hall open Monday, Wed
lesday and Friday nights. Some
hing extra every Monday night,
lall can be rented Tuesday and
Thursday nights.
Officers : John Sumter, John
Wilson, Eddie Entzminger, Wes
ey Ford.
Announcement.
Having been elected to the]
Electoral College from Bethel A.
M. E. church, Columbia, 1 now1
innounce myself a candidate fori
;he General Conference at the,
ay college in July which meets!
n Orangeburg.
I am yours for the church,
L' A. HAWKINS
Carolina Pressing Club
Suits made to order. Cleaning,
Pressing and Dyeing neatly done
for Ladies and Gentlemen.
320 Main Street. Phone 2445.
A. N. Neal, Proprietor.
Office Hours : 8 to 9:30 A. M. ; 1 to |
2'p. M.; 6 to 8:30 P. M.
PHONE 262?.
DR. C. E. STEPHENSON
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Diseases Of Women And Children
Specialty.
OFFICE, N. C Mutual Pudding
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Being a practical Tailor as well as a high-class *
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can give you better Suit Values, better Fit and ^
better Workmanship for less money, >f
Leevy's Gent's furnishing Dept.
A. E SIMONS, Asst. Manager
Hats, Shirts, Socks Underwear,
Suit-cases, Umbrellas, Cap's, Suspenders, %
Sweaters, Neckwear, GIovw, Rain-coats. S
Garters, Collars, Bags, Belts.
Ten ter cont, Discount lo Students aud Ministers.
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? 1221 Taylor Street, - - Phone 319. j?
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est Grade Prices. Open evef^HBi"te in
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WHERE WILL YOU ATTEND SUMMER SCHOOL ?
Decide on The State Agricultural Mechanical College Summer
School for Teachers
Second Annual Session, June 28th to July 23rd 1915
36 Courses, 27 Teachers ?nd Lecturers. Attendance Insures Renewal of Cer
ti fi ca tes.. No Tuition or Entrance Fee. 229 Teachers lust Season.
SW inform inion write R. S. WILKINSON, President. Orangeburg, S. C.
H. E. Lindsay
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Give us a Call
PHONE 379 401 HAMPTON AVE.
R. W. WESTBERRY
Real Est?te Co. . ' v.
Is dealing in all Classes of Re \l Estate,
Renting, Insurance and Negotiating
Loans.
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Houses in the city from three to ten rooms and
country property from ten to one hundred or
more acres. All can be bought on easy terms
Call, write or phone office 192. Notary service
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via one route and returning via another. Stop-overs alloted.
From Round Trip Fares One Way via Portland, Oregon
Columbia, S. C.$82.45.$104.24
Charleston, S. C. 85.15.,106.85
Orangeburg, S. C. 82.15.; 104.79
Sumter, S. C. 84.15. 105.55
Camden, S. C. 84. 15. 105.04
Aikpn, S. C. 79.15. 102 45
Chester, S. C. 82.90.. 102.32
Rock Hill. S. C. 82.90. 102.32
Spartanburg, S. C. 81.50. 101.00
Greenville, S. C. 80.00. 101.00
Greenwood, S. C. 79 20. 101.00
Newberry, S. C. 81.10.C. 102.81
Proportionately low rates from other points. Also very low round trip
rates to Seattle, Wash.; Portland, Ore. ; Vancouver, H. C., and many other
Western points.
Full information regarding the various routes, points of interest,
schedules, etc.. gladly furnished. Also descriptive literature sent upon re
quest. Let ns help you plan your trip.
Why pay Tourist Agencies when eur cervices are free? Address
S. H. McLkAN, District Pasaenb Agent, Columbia, S. C.
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