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i THIS WONDERFUL PREPARATION HAS BEEN EXPERI
% MINTED WITH, AND TESTED FOR TWELVE YEARS, BEFORE
OFFERING IT TO THE PUBLIC. THE RESULTS,OBTAINED
HAVE CONVINCED THE MOST SKEPTICAL.
PYORRHEA POISONS THE ENTIRE SYSTEM AND
? \ CAUSES MANY DISEASES
WILL RESTORE YOUR GUMS TO THEIR NORMAL, HEALTHY
CONDITION, AND SAVE YOUR TEETii. WILL ALSO
PREVENT PYORRHEA. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST. IF HE
CANNOT SUPPLY YOU, WRITE US.
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M A r\TU FACTURERS
P. O. Box 85, CCLUfflBSA, SOUTH CAROLINA
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THEjREESE'S DRUG STORE
And Supply Station for Mae. C. J. Walker's Goods
With ouij regular line of Toilet Articles, Drugs, Sodas, Ice
Cream, Cigars Cigarettes and tobacco we can supply Walker
Agents with goods at the same rate as from home office.
'!Prompt And Attentive Service," Our Motto
1422 Assembly Street PHONE 282G
Centrai Lumber and
F. T. HILLER, Pres. 8c 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 P A. L. Ry.
Can It Be Done? Yes we Can Do it
If it's tailoring you would like to have done, let us do it.
If it can be doae, We can do it.
We make to measure any style, Alter and repair.
B. F. PRIESTER
1323 Assembly St. Phone 3763
Coal and Building Material
Unless *he unexpected happen?, vou will soonerjor later
patronijze us. We are adding new customers daily to our
list of satisfied patrons. There is a reason?
Right Goods?Right Prices
If you have never dealt with us, try us?you might like us.
POWELL FUEL CO.
! Phone 297
tors, druggists and the public have in
666 Chill and Fever Tonic.
BUTLER W. NANCE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW ANO NOTAR*
Will f r&ctlee la nil ?ovtg, Base mi
Paone: 05c? 972, Residence IT2T
11*7} W&shligtoa St, Olmafcea, * t
L. A. HAWKINS
Real Estate Agency
HOMES ON EASY TERMS."
1107 Washington Street
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
Office Hours: Tslspiteati
12 to 1:30 p. tm. BssM I87S
4 to 7:30 p. m.
DR. N. A. JENKINS
I to 11: Of a. m. Office, 1032
Disea^eg of Women and Office Work.
1107 1-2 Washington mi Hamptoa
Fillings, Plates, Crowns and Bridges
Office Hours. Telesbose*.
8:30 a. m. to 1:00 p. m. Office 103*.
2:00 p. m. to #.30 p. m. Rei., 3S7S
DR. D. K. JENKINS
Sunday by Appeintment.
Extraction by Conductive Aaestaee*>
A Specialty. !
1107 1-2 Washington St. Columbia, S. C
Pkone*: Office S7M, ftesideaee 2303-Ji
9 to 10:30 A. M. 2 to 4:00 P. &
12 to 1:00 P. M. 6 to 1:00 P. m
DR. J. G. STUART
Physician aad Bmrgeoa.
DU#*ses of Women aad Cali?re?
Office, 1222 Assembly St Reei4*ae
1417 Pino St
DR. H. H. COOPER
Gold Crown and Bridge Work a
Special Attention Given Diseases
the Gums. I
Phone 1429. 1125 Washington St.
DR. J. H. GOODWIN
Physician and Surgeon
9 to 11 a. m. 4 te 7 p
Phones: Office, 1020, Residence, 30f!
119 Washington St Res. 1800 Wajfc
Rub-My-Tism is a powerful ai
s?ptic. Cures infected cuts,
sores, tetter, etc.
MISS JESSIE L. TROTTIE
Phones 1744 and 3503-W
1501J Taylor St Columbia, S.K
Pro?. S. L. Finley of Chester was a
visitor in the city last week. Prof
I Finley is secretary of the State S ue
day school and B. Y. P .XJ. conven^tioE
met with the board to arrange the
'Program for the coming convention..
Johnson-Bradley-Morris still rendei
I their best service in undertaking.
Their office and show rooms are at
1115 Washington street.
Mrs. I. S. Leevy and children are in
Camden, visiting relatives and friends,
j The Reese Drug Store at 1422 As
sembly street is doing a thriving bus
iness. Mrs. Pauline Reese, the pro
prietress, knows how to keep things
'inviting as well as how to show her
appreciation to customers.
Prof. Cyrus Campfield, executive sec
retary of the Big Brothers and Big
Sisters Movement, spoke in interest
of this organization last Monday
Miss Lizzie Sinclair has been indis
I posed a few days but is out again.
Dresses with Leghorn hats trimmed
Ito match are very stylish these days.
We make them to order. Waverley
Millinery and Dressmaking Shop, end
I of Waverley car line.
Mr. I. S. Leevy attended the South
Carolina Woman's Federation, which
met in Florence this week.
Trade with those who advertise in
When in need of a lawyer call on
Attorney N. J. Frederick or B. W.
Mr. J. C. Eubanks, the shoemaker,
at 1015 Washington street, has put in
a new line of fixtures and is now pre
pared to render the best service.
NOTES FROM ELLOREE.
The people in this vicinity are very
nervous over the condition of the boll
weevil. In many sections they are
plowing up their cotton and planting
corn in its stead. We hope the boll
weevil will not do as much damage
Rev. J. C. Collins, pastor of St. Paul
Baptist Church, has returned from Ft.
Lattadale, Fla., where he has been re
ceiving a treatment for his eyes. His
people are certainly proud of his re
Miss Marie Wayman, a graduate of
the class of 1921 of Allen University,
returned home last Friday all in
smiles, thinking her task is over.
Rev. J. C. McClellan, pastjr of
Shiloh A. M. E. church, attended the
commencement of Allen University.
He reports a great commencement.
Rev. B. F. Stewart, pastor of Naza
reth Baptist church, is the guest oi
Everett, of Vance.
Elloree. Revival meetings
ivere conducted at Nazareth Baptisl
church by Rev. S. C. Campbell, pastoi
of Morris Chapel Baptist Church
Greenwood, S. C
This certainly was a great meeting,
it goes here without testing that Rev
Campbell is a great preacher. The
meeting was closed on the fifth
Sunday night by the pastor, Rev. B
F. Stewart. The meeting ended with
the baptism of several candidates.
We must say that Nazareth, under
the pastorate of the present pastor
has become the most flourishing
church in town.
On the fifth Sunday night there was
no standing room to be found in the
church. We had received and bap
tized previous to our meeting, 25 mem
bers this year. That is far greate]
than we have ever done.
Rev. Stewart certainly is a strong
young pastor, and a Christian gentle
man. We hope for him a great futuri
and a long stay with us.
Clerk of the Church.
XOTES FROM SECOND CALVARY
Dr. 0. St. Paul Thompson of Ander
son preached a powerful sermon las
Sunday morning to a large audienci
?i anxious hearers. Dr. Thompsoi
snowed himself to be a great pulpiteer
High RIDGE Par k
Near Laurel. Maryland
A National Developement In
the Heart of Maryland.
NEAR STORES, BANKS, CHURCHES, SCHOOLS, MAR
KETS, STEAM AND ELECTRIC STATIONS
AND THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY.
IS GUARANTEED BY THE MARYLAND TITLE AND
are 50 by 150 feet and larger. No matter where you live
you can't go wrong in buying at HIGH RIDGE PARK. And
it is so easy. You don't have to pay for your lot at once,
nor do you have to dig down very deep in your pocket. If
you prefer, you can pay as low as $5.00 monthly. Further
more, if you wish, we will build a modern cottage to your
order at cost price and on easy terms.
ASSURED BUILDING OPERATIONS,
proximity to business and educational centres, the standing,
experience and resources of the corporation behind HIGH
RIDGE PARK must make it one of the greatest Colored set
tlements in America.
is the only Negro business corporation in Maryland whose
negotiable paper is honored by every financial institution in
the State. We own more Baltimore City property, handle
more public money than any Negro concern in Maryland.
John R. Gross, President Sam E. Robison, Secretary
John H. Bryant, Vice-Pres. William E. Grant, Treas.
For further information, address
THE GROSS-GRANT REAL ESTATE CO., Inc.
2033 DRUID HILL AVE.,
ADAMS5 SHOE REPAIK SHOP
M. E. ADAMS, Proprietor
Quick Service. Give Me a Trial.
;1205 ASSEMBLY STREET
S. W. BAILEY
Cleaning, Pressing, Altering and Repairing
Work called for and Delivered.
10151/2 Washington St.
Lincoln Theatre Bldg.
Columbia, S. C. *
MME A. L
Originator And Manu
"Russell" SysUm of
Now giving instruction
& appointing Agents
in South Carolina
The Sunday school gave its annual
picnic last Thursday at Mr. Monteith's
place. Quite a number of children as
well as grown ups attended and en
joyed the curing.
The entire church, from Sunday
school up. is moving along nicely. De
spite the fact that many of the mem
bers are gone away for the summer
and many are out of employment, the
church is doing well in attendance
Our doors always stand ajar to visi
tors and strangers. Come and wor
ship with us.
Support Fairwold School for Delin
ent Colored Girls.
. J. W. Goodson '*
GOODSON & BONNER
The Best Place to Shop
Everything Good to Eat, Ice Cream,
Fresh Meats and Fish Daily.
Fresh Vegetables, Ice and
Ice Water Free
2421 Gervais St. Columbia, S. C.
T. L. BLACK'S CAFE.
Meals All Hours. Sandwiches, Pies,
Light Groceries, Candies, Cakes,
Ice Cream, Cold Drinks
2401V- Gervais St. Columbia, S. C.
Cleaning, Pressing and
Your Patronage Solicited.
anted Everywhere To Sell
OSE HIGH GRADE HAIR DRESSING
Today for Particulars and Prices
Don't Forget the Name
Ask For The
Kind that is in White Cans
Send 28 cents with your name
and address and it will be sent
by return mail.
ILLER-LAMBERT CHEMICAL COMPANY
Box 116, Columbia, S. C.