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THE PROPHET WRITES ON
LAYING DF THE CORNER.
) STONE ?F ZION HILL
The most beautiful scene that has
been witnessed in the Piedmont sec
tion of South jCarolina this year was
the laying of the cornerstone of New
Zion Baptist jchurch by the Masons
and the masterly sermon preached by
Dr. J. S. Earje at Inman, S. C? on
Rev. J. C. ! Coin, District Deputy
Grand Master,- was the master of cere
monies. Representative lodges with
the officers from Jmesvilie, Union,
Gaffney, Cow^ens, Greenville, Greer,
Spartanburg, | Hendersonville, N. CM
and Tryon, Nj C. Every Mason gave
$1.00. Rev. jW. M. Lipscomb is the
progressive pastor of this church. He
is having a tyrick structure erected;
also he is pasjtoring three other good
Dr. Earle w^s at his best, and those
who have known him since he has
been pastorin^ in Spartanburg, says
that he preacjhed the best sermon of
his life. It wjas certainly a great ser
mon. His subject was, "Obedience to
God." He hasj made a fine record and
is a safe leader. He is nationally
known and is a worthy successor to
our late lamented Dr. Durham. From
the mountains to the sea I can hear
the pastors sneaking in high terms of
Mt. Moriahj is the most beautiful
church in the| Piedmont section, and
one of the fijnest in the Srate. He
also pastors jo rural churches.
I preached ! at Trinity A. M. E.
church in th? morning and for D:
Earle at nightjand Macedonia on Tues
day night. l?ev. Sims is the pastor
and is preparing to erect a new
On leaving ; Spartanburg I returned
io Augusta, after an absence of five
j Rev. Arthur Ross,
831 9th Street.
WILL GET HEARING.
Negroes Protesting Election of
The State. I
Washingtoni June 20.?That it will
prove costly ifor any one to attempt
to build up aj white Republican party
in the Southern States?and Demo
cratic converts can not be secured for
any other kinjd of a Republican party,
it is admitted?is about to be demon
strated in Washington.
A subcommittee of the judiciary
xo?ttee of the Senate, June 21, will
conduct public. hearings of charges
preferred by North Carolina Negroes
against Frank A. Linney, nominated
by the president to be district attor
ney for the festem district of North
The charg?s against Linney 'are
based on thej alleged fact that during
the campaignj last fall in North Caro
lina he stoodj for white supremacy in
politics. It i^ said that a letter, bear
ing his signature, in which he said
that "in thej future the Republican
party's policy! will be to let the Negro
stay out of politics," will be submit
During th? campaign the Demo
crats charged that the Republicans in
North Carolina were attempting to
win by Negjro votes. Linney made
vigorous denjial and expressed the
hope, it is sjaid, that a white man's
Republican pjarty might br created.
It is believed that as an example,
Linney's nomination will be turned
down by the1 committee. The Negro
vote has bedome a power in doubtful
States. H. W. R.
To the Publii in General:
The Lincoln Memorial Cemetery Co.,
a corporation chartered under the laws
of the State qf South Carolina, is ready
and offering ^ts beautiful cemetery lots
for sale. This corporation is owned
and controlled by some of the best citi* j
sens of our community?white and col
All churches, lodges, societies and in
dividuals desiring to purchase ceme
tery lots for their members and loved
ones, will do jwell to call on me at my
office, 11071-2 Washington Street, Co
lumbia, S. C, where they will be shown
the plat of survey of the Lincoln Me
morial Cemetery Company, which is
the most beautiful place of its kind
in and around Columbia, S. C, CLOSE
IN AND VERp ACCESSIBLE.
A monumenjt is to be erected by this
corporation, as a fitting and lasting
tribute to thej valor and courage dis
played by the) Negro soldiers who fell
on the battle jflelds of France, follow
ing the flag of OUR COUNTRY.
A grave, fre? of charge, will be given
to any soldier! who has no place to be
laid to rest j
PRICES EXTREMELY REASON
ABLE. TERMS TO SUIT THE CON
VENIENCE OP THE PURCHASERS.
For further ^formation, call on or
Bj?TLBR W. NANCE,
Cemetery Co., 11071-2 Washingtont)
the Lincoln Memorial
1323 Assembly Str ?t
COLUMBIA, S. C
Dal C. E. ST1PHENS0N
PkyaieiaJi ansi Surgeon
leeideaee Pkeae 2121
Ossee Pkese SSSO
OOee Stara: t to 10:50 A. M.
1:80 to 3 P. M., 0 to 8:30 P. *f:
Diaoaaos Of Woman and Children a
OFFICI 1414 1-2 Assembly St, art?
Oftee Hears: 9 to 10 a. m. 12 to 2:
p. a. 8 to 8 ?. ?.
Oat 1. A* aTflMTT
P?yaitiaa and Surf eon
Diseases ef Women and Children \
Office and residence, 1329 Pine t
two blocks from old office.
Paeae 2088 Columbia, 8
ria e Aa Up-To Date Lino Of
Ladi#* & Children Hats
The Season's Bast
Call aal Sef Tkest. If yen want your
OLD Hats Made NEW
trim* Tassa Te MK
I Caa Do aYaythiai In Millinery
Miss Laame Kennedy
ISSI Gef vaisSt., Colurnbta.S.C
Hours: 9 to 10 A. M. 1 tg 2 P. M.
8 to 4 P. M. 7 t 8 P. M.
DR. L. M. DANIELS
Physician sad Surgeon
Special Attention Given Diseases of
.... Office Residence
1125 Washington St. 1610 Sumter St,
Phone 1429 Phone 2564
Col?jahia, S. C.
Made of Black and
When made at 1
fronts never br
teed. Fit, workr
teed. Don't fon
Hundreds of wh
and South C^rol
and style of th
bought from I. S
date line of boys'
Spring suits. Di
suits will be sold at $7.
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN, SEE THE MOST
UP-TO-DATE LINE OF GUARANTEED ALL LEATH
ER SHOES SHOWN ANYWHERE. THE QUALITY IS
GUARANTEED AND THE PRICES CANNOT BE
BEATEN. MEN'S SHOES, $5.00, $7.50, $9.00, $10.00
AND $12.00. WOMEN'S SHOES, $3.98, $6.00 AND
UP. CHILDREN'S SHOES FROM $1.00 TO $3.50.
WHEN YOU HAVE SHOE TROUBLES THINK OF
AND TALK TO YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS
ABOUT I. S. LEEVY, ON TAYLOR STREET.
Former Price, $1.50, Dur
I. S. LEE\
Learn To Crow Hair
AND MAKE MONEY
wpletc cmtm by mai? or by nersoaal in...,,
iile Collere of ifair Culture i^H^td^0^ * d?DU,a? ?rom
-_?rt, breelin? off, tfai? or faiw out? H?. .pro,?":ty u r?ar *?
yW^itehT H?t. you ?n^gg^g^^^ Do
Mbs?. C. j. Walker'a?W?i?J^r?4^r^r~?
MONEY TO LOAN.
Mouay to lo.a od Household Fur
niture. P'anop I iv? Stock and Anto
THE CAROLI?\ '.OAN & QUARANTA
1528 Main St. Phone 266
Write for Booklet which tells of the Dosit-v. m,,.. ~7 T-"
steps the hair from falline oat and starts il at , *" - ,islP dissa:!a3
Beware of imitations-all1 ef Mme C ?, ! ff .""1?
rellew tin boxes. U J" Waiker Preparatmn* are put u, in
}ui^^S^T?Si^ T S? ' ? * MaVe
AGENTS WANTED. ' ' ^11^,^?! *"
The geee* are manufactured by
640 North West St.. Indiana*.,
Office Phone 1487. Res. Phone 2315-W l
N. J. FREDERICK
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS OF
Attorney at Law and
Ui)7? Washington St., Columbia, S C !
FOR THE BEST GKADE OF
D*. J. B. WATT8
??eld Crown sad Bridgi Work a
111$ 1-2 Washington St. Coinfe**
Orer J^haaoa, Bradley A Morris
At prices as low as the lowest
E. P&H.A. Davis
The one price $h
1/1? Mam Street
SHORT KINKY HAIR
Long Soft, Silky and Straight
Relieves dandruff, itching ?or? scalp,
and falling hair. U is^ature'5 remed?
Your grandmothers used it; it is su
perior to all others. It nourishes and
feeds the scalp and roots of the hair
*?a puts new life iato it.
A superb hair-dressing six weeks9
treatment $1.50. Price SO cents a
can, sent on receipt of money.
Agents wanted everywhere. Writ*
for special terms to agents.
S?PO-SULPHO MEDICINE CO,
Dozen Pairs of
Slippers for Women
own Kid of the Very best leather
uis Heels" Bought to sell for $10
rice for ten days $6.50
lieevy's, coat collars fit perfectly
iak. Prompt deJeveries guar?n
nanship and material all guaran
?etsale. Tell your friends of the
Spring Sale at L S. Leevy's store.
y's Spring Suits
ite and colored boys in Columbia
ina will testify to the durability
e guaranteed Boy's wool Suits
;. Leevy's. Parents, see the up-to
s suits before ordering your boy's
jring this sale boys' high grade
00, $10, $12 and $15 as long as they last.
SHIRTS ARE , BEING SOLD TO YOU BELOW
WHOLESALE PRICES. SILKS AND ALL KINDS OF
SHIRTS IMAGINABLE PRACTICALLY AT YOUR
WE HAVE SEVERAL DOZEN FINE FANCY HOSE
FOR LADIES WHICH FORMERLY SOLD FOR $4.50,
DURING THIS SALE THESE HOSE WILL BE SOLD
FOR $2.98. OTHER HOSE AS LOW AS 25c. AND UP.
) HALF HOSE FOR MEN
ing Sale only 98c. Remember the place,
'Y, 1221 Taylor St.
EADING MERCHANT TAILOR