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DR. ROY HENRY
" The many inquiring friends of
Dr. Roy Henry will rejoice to
know that after a brief illness he
is now on the road to recovery.
Dr. Henry who is a brother of
Mrs. M. L. Moore, is a dental
student at Meharry Medica] Col
lege. Nashville. Tenn, and is in
the graduating class this > ear.
Dear Editor:- Mr Thomas
Haskew of Bennetts ville S. C.,
father of Mr. C. M. Haskew, a
successful business man al Che
raw, passed away on the 7th of
Mr. Haskew was a prominent
citizen in Marlboro County who
stood always for the advance
ment of his people and fostered
every plan to that end. In the
loss of Mr. Haskew Marlboro
County has lost a good citizen
and the race one of its strong
advocates for peace, harmony
REV. R. CARROLL
While he is not confined to his
bed Rev. Richard Carroll is
sick man. A representative of
The Indicator saw him one day
this week and was-convinced
immediately that he was not
well He was then on his way
home from a specialist who ad
vised him to go hom*
We are hoping that he wi I
soon recover and resume his
work preaching and lecturing to I
x -both white and colored where- !
* '.ever he goes
BENEDICT WENT DOWN.
The State College Basket Rall
Team played Benedict's Team
last Saturday ana cleaned or
them to the tune ot 20 to 7.
Benedict had a pretty fair team
but by no means with the above
score against them can they be
put in the class with State
If you owe The Indicator any thing
pay up and help to keep it going.
We shall bo pleased to re?oive youi
locals over the telephone.
Subscribe to The Indicator, onl)
92.00 per year in advance; $3.00 foi
two years when paid two years in ad
THE JOHN CHURCH CO.
The above named conran*ls locatet
at 1612 Main street, with Mr. P. M
Asbury as manager. The business o
this well established concern is thu
of selling at most reasonable price
pianos of every description, and otho
musical instruments, which help t
make home what it ought to be.^
It -has been our good fortune to carr
an ad for this company now about
year, and to own one of its best piano;
Our business dealings havo been th
most pleasing, and the musical Instri
ment is up to the highest standard.
Therefore, in justice to ourself an
this company, we take pleasure in rei
ommending The John Church Coiu
oany to our people when in need <
anything in their Une, as a plac
where you will get the same squai
deal accorded us.-Manager.
Need a piano? Buy from Tho Joh
Church Co. See their ad in this pape
Thanks to those who send in the
local news to this column by telephoi
and by letters.
Every business and professional m:i
or woman needs first class prinfc
stationery-the kind we print.
BUTLER W. NANCE,
ATTORNBY AT LAW ANO NOTA?
Will practioe to ell coarta. State ai
Phone: 0?Dce 972. Residence ST17
11S7* Waeblagtnn St.. Columbia. 8.
I ria ve An Up-To-Qate Line (
Ladies &. Children Hal
Ihe Season's Best
Call and See Them. If you want ya
OLD Hats Made NEW
Bring Them Te MK
I Can po Anything In Milline
Miss Lannie Ke'nnerly
ISSI Gervais St., Columbia.S
9 a. m. to 2 p. m.
3 p. m. to 6 p. m.
DR. A. J. COLLINS
X-RAY WORKvA SPECIALTY
Ofrlce. 1510 Main St., Phone 3413
Residence. 1327 Pendleton Street
Phone 2973-J. v Columbia, S.
PHONE 1487-J /
L. A. HAWKINS
Real Estate Agency
?HOMES ON EASY TERMS."
1107 Washington 8tre*t
COLUMBIA, S. C.
A. D ROI
?lt C. E. STEPHENSON 8
Physician and Surgeon 2
Residence Phone 2621
Office Phone 363?
Bee Hours: 9 to 10:30 A. M.
1:30 to 3 P. M., 6 to 8:30 P. M.
iseases Of Women ?nd Children a
I*'FICE 1414 1-2 Assembly St.. over
?See Hours: 9 to 10 a. m. 12 te 8:
p. m. 6 to 8 p. m.
DR. B. A. EVERETT
Physician and Surgeon
Jiseasea of Women and Children
?ffIce and residence, 1329 Pine (;
two blocks from old office.
-'Lune aU6H Columbia, S.
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IA, S. C
Office Hours Phones
1:80 a? m. to 1:00 p. m. Office, 1026
1:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.Residence,3873
DR. D. K. JENKINS
1107 1-2 Washington Street, .._
Columbia, S. C.
All work done according to the
Over Reese,B Drug Store.
Hours: 9 to 10 A. M. 1 to 2 P.. M.
3 to 4 P. M. 7 t 8 P. M.
DR. L. M. DANIELS
Physicist and Surgeon
Special Attention Given Diseases of
.... Office Residence "
1125 Washington St. 1610 Sumter St
Phone 1429 Phone 2564
Columbia. S. C.
Learn To G
- AND MAKE
Completa course by mail or by person
Leila College of Hair Culture is a pu
short, breaking off, 'thin or falling outf
your scalp itch? Have you more than a
Mme. C. J. Walker's Wo
Write for Booklet which tells of the p<
steps the hair from falling out and star
Beware of imitations-all ?f Mme. C. J
yellow tin boxes.
a. six week's trial treatment sent to an
all money orders payable to Mme. C. J
The geeds are manufactured by
The Madam C. J.
640 North Weet St.,
Jfflce Phone 1487. RMJ Phone 2315-NV
N. J. FREDERICK
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS OF
Attorney at Law and
1107ft Washington St.. Columbia. S C.
UR. J. R. WATTS
Gold Crown and Bridge Werk a
1116 1-2 Washington St. Columbia
Over Jrhnson, Bradley & Morris
.ml instructions ? dinUm? from
istport to prosperity l? your bair
' Have you tetut. ecsauaaT Do
normal amount ol dandm<f (_
mderful Hair Grower.
>sitive curie of all scalp diseases,
ts it at once to growing.
. Walker preparations are put up in
y address by mail lor $1.70. Make
. Walker. .Sena stasnps for reply.
WRITE. FORJ TERMS.
Walker Mf?. Cc.
THU BEST GRADE OP
At prices BB 1
E. P &F. A, Davis
The one price shoe!
dealers in Columbia1
1710 Main Street
MONEY TO LOAN.
louey to loan on Household Fur
ire, Pianos, Live Slock and Auto
E CAROLINA LOAN & G UARA NTT
!8 Main St. Phono 265
fpr growing LONG and
If y on lia va short, nappy and har: h
hair, or if you aro troubled with dan
druff, falling: hair, breaking hair, Itch
ing scalp, DO NOT DELAY, but tuc
,t once, HEART LEAF HAIR TONE.
then watch the good results !t
darkens gray hair and puts new tilt
Prico 50c, sent by mnll on receipt
ti money. Agenta wanted. YOJ >:?1I
make good money. Write at once (or
spacial tenus to agents.
SUPO-SULPHO MEDICINE CO.
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Many uncalled for Tailored suits now at actual cost
We take your measure,Jcut and make trousers in our
shop in three hours by the watch for trom $10 00 up
Suits a little longer at 25 00 up
Irratr of the latest styles.
All pure wool suits worth
$12, $18, $20, to $25 now reduce d to $5, 7.50
10.00 and $12. Now is the time to help your boy. Leevy
wil help you to give him that long promised suit.
Shoes of all Styles For the Whole Family
?hoes for men in genuine Mahogany Calf, G jod Year Welts worth $18.00
$20 now offered for $9 and $10. The famous Edmunds Shoes noted
tor long service, worth $16.50, During Sale Only $8;75. These are
guaranteed quality shoes at prices to suit your pocket.
V Fine Kid Shoes worth $16.00 to $18.00 now offered for $8.50
JC Shoes now. $6 00
0 Shoes now. $3.50
We have a full line of Children Shoes, all guaranteed Pure Leather
No better shoes made for children than the famous Red Goose Schoo!
Shoes. " Many styles, all reduced during sale to you at from $1 to $7
Men's and Young Men's Wear
Smart styles for young men worth from $50 to $60 now going for $25 and $35.
styles that sold for $65 and $75 now $30 to $45.
A few heavvwork pants formerly sold for
$5 00 now $2 50. . Dress pants reduced
The Best and Warmest Fleece Hued un
der suits for only 50c and 75c per gar
ment. Ribbed Shirts and drawers also
Union Suits reduced to 98c and $1.49.
Wool underwears that heretofore sold for
$12.00 per suit now reduced to $6 00
Men's Silk Shirts
Worth $18 00 now $9.00. All silk shirts
valued at $12 00 for only $6.00.
Fu'l line of shirts in many neat and de
sirable patterns valued at $3.50 now
$1.75. All shirts at wholesale to cus
tomers while they last
Now is the time to'get that John B. Stetson Hat. The former prices of these hats were $12.00 and $15 00 We now offer them for $7 50
and $10 00. Felt Hats in all sizes and colors worth up to $7.00 now as long as they last at from $1.50 to $3.50.
A Great line of the latest style caps.Regular price $3.50 on sale now $1.75to 2.50 Several dozen caps offered during sale for 50c and 75c.
Old Suits Cleaned, Dyed Altered, and Relined
REMEMBER, this is yeur epportunity to buy the best at less than cost. We carr j nothing but the best.
FREE SOUVENIRS To the first 500 customers who make purchases. Ask ior them.
, 1221 Taylor St
starts Jan. 15th and ends Feb. I5tn.