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Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers. It is also available as plain text as well as XML. Toggle. Bamberg, S. In the list of new students at the Citadel, Charleston, the coming session appears the names of Messrs.
Knight, Jr. Riley, of Bamberg. Two Bamberg sailor boys returned home this week after receiving their discharges from the navy. They were Messrs. Harry White and George C. White had served several years in the regular navy, while Mr. Fender had enlisted in the naval reserve. The meeting hour of the Baptist Sunday school has been changed from 10 to a. The preaching hour at the Baptist church during the V same period will be at in the morning.
We learn that the Rev. McMillan has numerous friends in the city, who trust that his recovery will be speedy. Captain Lloyd H. Grandy spent Tuesday m tfamoerg snaKing nanas with his numerous friends and acf quaintances. He spent eight months in the Paris capital. George Kearse, a negro convict on the county chain gang, escaped from the gang some time duriiig Friday night, and up to this time has not beens recaptured.
Kearse was convicted of theft in Magistrate Lain's court at Olar, and was serving a six months sentence.
The local U. The sale of excursion tickets will be limited to veterans and wives, widows, sons or daughters of veterans. Proper blanks for securing tickets may be had from the local commander, Dr. Considerable excitement was caused in the Hunter's Chapel neighborhood a few days ago, when a negro dressed in stripes, and wearing shackles was seen in the community. The negro came to the house of a colored resident of the community. Only women and children were, at home at the time, and they immediately left post haste. Going to the home ,of some of the white people of the neighborhood they reported the occurrence and the white men went to the house and looked the premises over, but found no trace of the man.
The convict was seen by others in the community later on. It is pd that the man went to the house in search of food, and no violence was offered by him. Joneses Had a Tiane. Mount Gretna, Pa.? Five hundred persons witnessed the ceremony, which was marked by the presentation of a substantial purse to the bride as the gift of the assembly.
The contracting parties were Sergt. They were attended by Miss Elva M. Jones, of Reading, and Frederick E. Jones, of Harrisburg, cousins of the bridegroom. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Jones, pastor of the Memorial church of this city, an uncle of the bridegroom.? Philadelphia Record.
The remains were brought to Bamberg Sunday evening, and interment tcok place in Rest lan d cemetery in this city Monday morning at 11 o'clock, in the presence of a large of relatives ana irienas. Murphy had been in declining health for many months. Last November he went to reside in Asheville in the hope that the change in climate would affect a recovery.
Murphy was at his bedside at the time of his death, which, though not wholly unexpected, came very suddenly.
The funeral services were conducted by his pastor, the Rev. Herbert Jones, assisted by the Rev. White, pastor of the Baptist church. The grave was covered with a profusion of beautiful flowers. Murphy was thirty-three years of age, son of the late Mr. Murphy, of this city. Three years ago he was married to Miss Reba Free, daughter of Mr. Free, who survives him. He is also survived by one brother, Mr. Harry Murphy. He was a member of Trinity Methodist church, of Bamberg, and was held in high esteem by a large circle of friends throughout this section.
Governor Cooper has granted a parole for six months to George J. It was represented to Governor Cooper that Hiers has been in failing health for some time, and that the only hope for him will be treatment in a hospital. Hiers is a prominent "Bamberg county njan. The killing of Kinsey and the subsequent trial of Hiers was attended by great interest on of the prominence of both parties. Hiers was convicted of manslaughter. His appeal to the supreme court resulted in confirmation of the lower court, and, being given choice between the State penitentiary and the county chain gang, he chose the latter.
Other Church Notes.
A chiych organization will be perfected soon to conduct a canvass of the. The church parsonage has recently been repainted and repaired.
The interior and exterior have been brightened with paint and kalsomine, and the parsonage is now a very attractive residence. The Berean men's class has recently equipped a room in the old parsonage building for its class room, and attractive pews have been installed with a seating capacity of about The Philathea women's class has likewise equipped a room in the old parsonage with opera chairs for its class room.
Nearly a half million dollars has been distributed among the public schools of South Carolina by the State. Nearly 1, schools participated in this distribution. Kearse Sustained Serious Loss? Mules and Cotton Burned. Several days ago the large ginnery of Mr.
Kearse at Olar was burned to the ground, entailing an enormous loss not only to Mr. Kearse, but to the farmers of the neighborhood. The fire occurred in the early morning hours. Kearse had no insurance, it is stated. Steps have been taken to rebuild at once.
New gin outfits have been ordered, and Mr. Kearse expects to be ready to operations within the next three weeks. Among the losers was Mr. Kearse, a large planter of the community. One of his hands had driven a wagon loaded with cotton to the gin, and while awaiting his turn hitched the team under the gin shed to another wagon load of cotton, and then went away.
The bale of cotton on the wasron was also burned. Creech lost two wagons, both loaded with cotton, and U. Milhouse lost a wagon loaded with a bale of cotton. The engines and boilers were somewhat protected from the flames and can be repaired, it is stated. All of the gins and outfit were a complete loss.Sexy women Olar South Carolina
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