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? Thursday, May 16, 1912. SHORT LOCALS. Brief Items of Interest Throughout the Town and County. Mr. Jeff Gunnels annnounces his "v. * candidacy in this issue for magistrate at Olar. Mr. O. J. C. Lain is announced as a candidate for re-election as magistrate at Olar. Miss Belle Cooner is teaching in the graded school during the illness of Miss Stella Hair. Mr. S. A. Hand moved last week into his handsome new residence on lower Main street, which has just been completed. The Orangeburg county convention decided that cotton weighers for the various towns should be voted for by the Antir#* oountv. Miss Stella Hair, one of the teachers in the graded school for the past few years, has declined re-election for next year, on account of her health. The faculty of the graded school for next year is about complete, and ithe full list of teachers will be given out soon. There are few changes in teachers. Carey Brabham, a negro, who has been porter at the Johnston Hotel in this city for a number of years, died last Thursday night. He had been ill for some time with tuberculosis. The young men of the Bamberg band have again begun practicing, and we trust they will keep it up until the town has a first-class musical organization. Nothing adds so much to the life of a town as a good band. The Orangeburg district conference will meet at Holly next year. Bamberg extended an invitation to tVia annfaronao frt moot in til is f?itv_ i but Holly Hill won out by one vote. A tie was the result on the first baljpU lot. The Carlisle Fitting School baseball team went to Charleston Monday and played a game the same afternoon against the Porter Military Academy team. The Carlisle boys were defeated by a score of eleven to three. The weekly prayer meeting at the Methodist church, which has been held heretofore at eight o'clock in IS- the evening, will hereafter be held at 4:30 o'clock in the afternoon, beginning this week. The change of hour will be observed until further notice. Farming operations in this county ; have been much retarded on account of the bad weather, but the fine weather of the past week has been of much benefit to growing crops.) Our farmers are not disheartened, and will make a crop with any sort of showing. A meeting of the tax payers of Bamberg school district will be held in the town hall in this city on Monday afternoon, June 3rd, at four o'clock, for the purpose of electing one trustee and fixing the tax levy for the support of the school the Z?E,^'.;v & coming year. We understand that Dr. E. Kirkland and family will move into the Grayson house, opposite the graded school, just vacated by Mr. S. A. Hand. Mr. J. F. Carter will move into the Cope residence, which Dr. Kirkland will vacate, he having purchased this place some months ago. Brother W. R. McMillan writes: "Please send this week's Courier to Bamberg, S. C., instead of Amherst, Va. I feel that I am leaving one of the best pastorates in the land, but hope to find the same at Bamberg. You may count on me as a belated member of Brown's famous Courier Band."?Baptist Courier. The Woman's Home Misison Socity will hold its regular monthly meeting next Tuesday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock in the ladies' parlor of the Methodist church. Mrs. Bourne, f-.V .. the State corresponding secretary, will be with us and a rare treat is in store for all who will attend. Visitors are cordially invited. "Congratulate you on the nice, clean, readable print of your paper and the good style and get up of the ? - -w- paper. It is one of the best that comes to our office." Thus write^ Mr. Geo. R. Lombard, president of Lombard Iron Works, of Augusta, in reference to The Bamberg Herald, j Need we say that we appreciate it, coming from such a man as Mr. Lombard. We had the pleasure of seeing an interesting private letter from Mr. P. B. Murphy this week, who is now on eXieUUetl VV CSIC111 H if in auiuiuvunvt He is now at El Paso, Texas. He says it is a great country. At present there are in the city a number of Americans who have left Mexico cn account of the war down there. Mr. Murphy says the climate is delightful; it gets hot in the the daytime but at night one has to sleep under blankets. He says there are no negroes there. ! r* New Advertisements. J. B. Hunter, Sheriff?Notice. C 0. J. C. Lain?Candidate's Card. G. Frank Bamberg?Don't Try to Race. p Harrison Randolph, President? College of Charleston. d J. G. Brabham, Bankrupt?Bank- a rupt's Petition for Discharge. j L. C. Price?Special Notice. t Jeff Gunnels?Candidate's Card. i] ? o Tile Millinery store?i\ew Arrivals. 1 Rentz & Felder?John Goes to E Town. E. A. Hooton's Ladies' Store? j Read Every Line. It Will Pay You. a f District Meeting. q The district meeting of the Wo- * man's Home Mission Society of the c Orangeburg district will be held at the Methodist church in Blackville Friday, May 17th, to Sunday, May 19th. Miss Llewellyn Cleckley, the district secretary, will be in charge * of the meeting, and she has prepared 3 the following program: c FRIDAY EVENING. P Devotional services?Rev. Dr. n Pitts. * Address of welcome? * Response?Mrs. E. O. Kirsch. f Talk?Work of the Deaconess and * Missionary in the Home Land?Mrs. & Stewart, Wesley House, Augusta, Ga. e . SATURDAY. a 9:30 a. m.?Devotions?Mrs. D. N. Bourne. 9:45 a. m.?Organization; appointment of committees; report of district secretary; reports of auxiliaries. f( 11:45 a. m.?Report of council f( meetine?Mrs. D. N. Bourne. 7 12:15 p. m.?The Stranger Within n Our Gates?Mrs. W. H. Hodges. <3 12:30 p. m.?Devotions?Rev. T. ? E. 'Morris. n AFTERNOON SESSION. 13 4:00 p. m.?Devotions?Mrs. a Stewart. a 4:15 p. m.?Preventive and Rescue Work?Miss Finstrom. 4:30 p. m.?Home Mission District School?Conducted by Mrs. E. b O. Kirsch. u SUNDAY. \ 11:00 a. m.?Annual Sermon? u Rev. C. E. Peele. \ t SUNDAY AFTERNOON. tl 4:30 p. m.?Talks to the Young I People and Children?Mrs. Stewart I and Miss Finstrom. s< SUNDAY EVENING. n 8:30 p. m.?Devotions?Rev. C. E. Peele, g Talk of General Work of the Woman's Home Society?Mrs. D. N. Bourne. In Honor of MJss Saunders. g Among the very enjoyable social affairs of the past week was the linen shower given her guest, Miss Janie Sue Saunders, by her cousin, Miss Pearl" Counts, at her home on Rail- ^ road avenue, last Wednesday after- ^ noon. Flowers, ferns and spring toi- k lettes, together with the very many j beautiful and dainty gifts appropriate to such occasions, and so dear to b the feminine heart, combined to make of the reception rooms an attractive r< sight. Miss Saunders, who is a gifted Ktr Mloo A 71 Tl 1*Q viuixuist, uj mwa auu^w ^ Lou Byrd, delighted her hearers with several solos. ti At the entrance the guests were re. l a ceived by Mrs. S. H. Counts and Mrs. g W. Z. Bryan, of Allendale, and were ^ conducted to the parlors by Misses ^ Counts and Saunters. Roses, carna- ^ tions and ferns were everywhere to ^ carry out the color scheme of pink and white. Little Mary Ann Brun| ^ son, dressed as a little laundress, received the gifts and arranged them upon the clothes line stretched across ^ 1 the dining room. Mrs. G. Moye Dickinsqn invited each guest to write an appropriate sentiment in the dainty little bride's book, hand-painted by ^ an aunt of the bride, Mrs. S. H. | Counts, and later read the many good j wishes to the guests. Miss Saunders responded very wittily and feel- .c ingly in a toast to her hostess, her ^ guests, and "Her Old Home Town." Whist was the game played, and the first prize, a handsome pair of hand-embroidered towels, was won 1 K by Mrs. Furman B. McCrackin; the guest prize, an exquisite ivory fan, ^ going to Miss Saunders. At the 1. si conclusion of the game, refresh ments were served in courses. .BamcL1 berg having been the home of Miss Saunders before removing to Florence she was cordially greeted upon a this occasion, and her many friends were delighted to have her with them ^ even- for so short a visit, as was evinced by the beautiful, dainty and 0 attractive gifts showered upon the SI dainty bride to be. J Among those present were: Mes- i" dames G. Frank Bamberg, H. J. Brabham, J. W. Price, F. B. McCrackin, L. C. Price, J. A. Williams, J. A. Wyman, Janie C. Lewis, W. P. Riley, H. n H. Copeland, G. M. Dickinson, W. E. n Spann, Decania Dowling, W. A. Klau- ~ ber, W. Z. Bryan, of Allendale, and 01 J. D. O'Hearn, of Florida; Misses Ad- 11 dys Hays, Bernie Counts, Annie Lou Byrd, Ottowa Easterling, Kate Felder, Berta Johnson and Nina Riley. lc * BARNWELL DOWNS C. F. S. 'arlisle Fitting School Lose to Tone T! of 6 to 5 at Barnwell. Barnwell, May 10.?In a very retty exhibition of the national at ame the Barnwell High School team C efeated the Carlisle Fitting School C ggregation, of Bamberg, 6 to 5. larnwell was unable to score until at he sixth inning, when, by bunch- ai ag hits and a combination of errors J< n the part of the visitors, they net- cc ed three tallies, tieing the score, 'he next inDing gave them three h; aore and a safe lead. The features ct t the game were a triple play by 2, lamberg in the fourth inning and - AnVvlo hv PotforeATi 4*? .11 uuassisicu uuuuiv *->j * tc or the locals. The score was: w J. F. S 10200002 0?5 7 8 H. S 00000330 x?6 9 9 ai Struck out by McConnell for C. F. g< !., 6; by Pate, for B. H. S., 9. w School Closing, The Pine Grove school in Hutto s* listrict, will close on Wednesday, p lay 29th. Exercises by pupils in the aorning, beginning at 10 o'clock J romptly. An address in the after- V] toon by Rural School Supervisor W. * l. Tate. Everybody is invited to at- h< end. We specially entreat all Conederate soldiers to be present. A. ? reat is in store for all those who ?1iave never heard Mr. Tate, and we arnestly wish all to be present who ai re interested in education and school approvement. Be sure to come. w GEORGIE EMMA JORDAN. w i ai Death of Mr. Dickinson. M Mr. H. C. Dickinson, an aged Con- h. ederate veteran, died at the Con- C( ederate home in Columbia last q 'hursday morning, after a short ill- ^ ess. The body was taken to Allen- ir lale last Friday fdr burial. Mr. m )ickinson. was well known and had S( aany friends and relatives in Bamerg. He was an interesting writer, nd had written a number of valued c( rticles for this newspaper. g School Meeting a>t Govan. tc An important school meeting will e held in the church at Govan Sat- B irday, June 1st, 1912. Mr.- E. J. Vatson, commissioner of agricultre, Mr. E. W. Dabbs, president of he Farmers Union, Mr. Haddon, of IE he U. S. department of agriculture, j )r. W. K. Tate, of the South Carolina ^ rniversity, supervisor of elementary chools, and Rev. Paul Bolen, will lake important addresses. , Dinner will be served on the rounds. All are invited to attend. Mc. P. EUBANKS, W S. S. WILLIAMS, J. B. BROWNING, ^ Trustees of the Govan Graded ^ chool. ^ IH Govan, S. C.t May 10, 1912. Denmark Doings. ^ M Denmark, May 15.?The ladies of d< ie Baptist church gave an ice cream oi sstival at the home of Mr. T. B. Wil- te inson on last Friday evening,' for ae benefit of the church. < The inception hall was simply, ut tastily decorated in ferns and p< owers. In the dining hall were armged numbers of tables at which ae guests were served with delicious ream and cake. ec Some of the most enjoyable fea- ?* ires of the evening were the music nd recitations furnished by: Mrs. UI . G. Mayfield, Mrs. Wilkinson, ?* [isses Edna Steadman, Katherine a of filkinson, Julia Goolsby, Virginia aL aust, Lillian Gentry, and Mr. Thos. sa /ilkinson, Jr. a* Quite a large crowd attended and J0 very neat sum was raised. On Friday afternoon Mrs. L. C. ,ice gave a very informal affair for w ie young ladies at her lovely home, a* ocksley Hall. sh Tl Several musical selections were mdered by the ladies, those present eing: Misses Rosa B. Strait, Emma . Thompson, Lillian Gentry, Esther olier, Bertriand Perret, Josie Pratt, f* uth Stokes, Margaret Thorpe, Lou- s :e Zeigler, Julia Goolsby, Josephine 30 aust, Rutn Guess, and Virginia aust. he pfi Delicious fruit punch with cake cr as served, and every one spent a lost enjoyable afternoon. Miss Lula Bess Wroton, of Hamlet, go . C., spent the week-end with her ster here, Mrs. M. R. Willis. ea The W. C. T. U. held its meeting es t the M. E. church on Wednes- m al ay afternoon. Quite a nice crowd ttended. cl< CO A great many of the town folks atmded the picnics at Binniker's ridge and Hightower's mill pond, tn q Saturday. Mrs. A. M. Brabham, of Bamberg, . , i - j ?:iv. 1 th pern me u<?y wuu nci uiuliici utic, [rs. W. F. Rice, on Tuesday. We hope to have quite a large ^ rowd at the school building on Fri- ta ay night week, May 24th. The ledal which the W. C. T. U. offered ar SO > the school for the best essay will N( e awarded, the essays read, and a sries of musical selections are belg prepared. . se ui Boys' suits and pants, also chil- $1 ren's wash suits, a full line, prices pa >w. F. G. MERTINS, Augusta, Ga. th t THIS IS TWISTIFIED. hree Men Accuse Governor Blease of Misstatement. Spartanburg, May 13.?A few days the following appeared in the olumbia correspondence of the harleston News and Courier: "A gentleman here yesterday whc :tended the' Spartanburg convention id who is a strong friend of Judge mes, said of the results of theii invention: 'We had everything oui tvn way and we made the Bleasites ang their heads. Judge Jones will irry Spartanburg county by at leasl ,000 majority.' " When the governor came to Sparmburg he gave out a statement ir hich he said: "I asked Mr. Caldwell, the News ad Courier's corespondent, who the antleman from Spartanburg countj as and he answered that it was ihn Gary Evans, as I had supposed.' Mr. Caldwell made the following ;atement over the long distance hone to the Spartanburg Herald: "The governor asked me if John ?I ary avails uau giveu uic mc miciiew, but I did not reply to him.' ; is a denial of the statement mads ere Thursday by Gov. Blease to the feet that Mr. Caldwell told him exov. John Gary Evans was the authoi f an interview published in the Coimbia correspondence to the News ad Courier. Mr. Rose, of the Atlanta Journal horn Gov. Blease said was presenl hen the conversation between him ad Mr. Caldwell took place, confirms :r. Caldwell's statement. Ex-Gov. John Gary Evans said: "1 ave not been in Columbia since the >unty convention, I have not seeE aiHu-oli r?f thp Npwr and Gouriei ureau, and there is no more truth l the statement Blease makes thai light be expected, coming from thai >urce." Gov. Evans has been out of the ty for the last two days engaged ir )urt in Union and had not seen Gov lease's interview until he arrived ir >wn last night. He says he knows [r. Caldwell most pleasantly anc lat he does not believe he told Gov lease any such thing as the goveror attributes to him. "While I agree with the prophecj lade in the interview I have noi lade any statement and I am noi le person quoted in the News anc ourier," "Did you see what Mr. Caldwel lid?" asked a reporter for the Jour al of Gov. Blease this morning. "Yes," replied Blease. "Mr. Caldell is mistaken and .I'll tell you jusl hat happened. When Mr. Caldwel] Lid that he had heard that Spartanirg county would give Jones a inanity of 2,000 I asked him where a got his information. At first he id not tell. I told him I knew and tat it was from John Gary Evans, r. Caldwell at first did not admit 01 my that Mr. Evans was the source ! his information. He later admitid that Evans was the man." SATOR EATS JEWELLED DOG. oodle Adorned with Diamonds and Rabies Swallowed by Saorian. To see a French poodle dog, adornl with eight hundred dollars' worth ! jewelry, swallowed by an eight>ot. alligator, was the extreme pleas*e of Capt. J. H. Devereux, inspector ! government buildings, while on recent visit to the alligator farm St. Augustine, Fla. Capt Devereux ,ys that he was out looking at the ligators and was beginning to eny their methods of holding hands id making love when a richly dress[ young lady, evidently from somehere north of the Potomac, came ong with a handsome poodle, wmcn ie was leading by a golden chain, ae pup wore a collar studded with amonds and a belt around the mide balzing with rubies, and he was sry proud. Anxious for her "doge" to witness the "spooning" of the ators, the young lady held "Fido" i that he could look over the wall id bark at thie monsters to his jart's delight. His barking attract[ a large alligator, which came eeping slowly to a position near here the young lady was standing. 3 "Fido" looked vengeance into his urian majesty's eyes he seemed ger to charge, and giving a lunge caDed from the hands of his fair istress. He leaped toward the big ligator, and the monster's jaws Dsed upon him. Capt. Devereux ys that the last of "Fido" and the welry was a smothered growl as e molars of the saurian snapped. le young lady flew at the keeper the farm and threatened to sue e institution for the small sum of round million if he did not immeately operate on the alligator and ke from his leathery maw her beved "Fido." The keeper smiled id showed the lady the nearest exit, says Capt. Devereux.?Charleston jws and Courier. NOTICE?Summer clothing, blue rge $12.50, all wool, mohair $12.50 >; wash suits $4.00; linen dusters ..25 up. All kind of summer wash ints $1.00 up. F. G. MERTINS, e tailor and clothier, Augusta, Ga. "J - 6 '' , . * v. * "% "vi * ' ' ' ' i 'i Meeting at Ehrhardt Baptist Church. i Beginning Sunday morning, May C 19th, there will be a series of religious meetings held at the Ehrhardt i Baptist church. There will be two i services daily. The first at 11 a. m., ei } and the second at 8:30 p. m. You m are hereby cordially invited to attend al ? these meetings. The pastor, Rev. c< l E. A. McDowell, will be assisted by tl ! Evangelist Laurence A. Cooper, now tl pastor of the First Baptist church w of Clinton, S. C. Mr. Cooper has just ai > closed a union interdenominational rc 1 meeting with the churches of Au- r< : gusta. In a letter to the Baptist L pastor at Ehrhardt, dated May 4th, w 1912, Rev. Geo. E. Guille, pastor a] i of the Green Street Presbyterian U church, Augusta, says: "I congratu- N i late you on securing Bro. Cooper for i your meetings. He has few equals tl r and no superiors. All of the minis- ti 5 ters here are delighted with him and a; ' his work." a ; The. following is a clipping from h 5 the local paper, which gives an ac- T count of a meeting held by Mr. Coop- T l er in Ashland, Ky.: l "Evangelist L. A. Cooper, who has h ' recently come to our State from n ) Georgia, assisted us in the greatest pi i religious revival perhaps ever expe- ti rienced in this place. "The holy Spirit was with us in - great power from the very begin5 ning; men, old and hardened in sin, broke down and wept aloud before ^ , the great audience?this they did ^ : night after nijjht. Many who had ^ l been long members of the Baptist } church and churches of other denom- _ s< inations, gave their hearts, for the ^ [ first time, to Christ. Not only have ^ 5 there been scores of additions to our c< l church and to the various other , a churches in the city as the result of i the meeting, but our own church l members are greatly revived and are : now full of holy ambition. The ? "W crowds that attended our services ^ * T \ Rev. Laurence A. Cooper. > were immense. After Bro. Cooper e< I preached one time, ever afterwards H . it was impossible to seat or stand la ' the people in our church. We open- e > ed the Sunday-school room and filled A the aisles and corners with chairs and then many had to be turned jj: away. ^ S1 "Bro. Cooper is one of the greatest preachers I have ever heard. He r( 1 is not only a deep and logical ^ speaker, but his presentation of the _ Gospel is most pleasing and attractive to the hearer. "Children, as well as grown peo- A pie, will sit and listen for hours at the time and when he ends his ser- = mon they are'just as eager for him 7 to continue as they were for him to p. begin. fi "There is no undue excitement in m his preaching or in his methods, Those who unite with the church un- _ der his preaching we can safely put down as regenerate members. ^ "It is impossible to calculate the et god he has done for Christianity "ft throughout Ashland and the neigh- si boring country and towns." Merchant Injured by Explosion. ^ ?? 01 Lake City, May 14.?About 2 m o'clock this afternoon L. H. Howie, of a prominent merchant of this place, while assisting his friend, R. A. q Brown, to remove an unusually large ? stump by means of dynamite was j blown several feet in the air by a premature explosion and probably h< fatally injured. Since the explosion P< Mr. Howie has not regaine<j con- ^ sciousness and the physicians in attendance hold out very little en- Ci couragement to the family. Qt BODY FOUND IN WOODS. B; IT Mystery of Oconee Man's Death Baffles Coroner's VTury. va Seneca, May 13.?John Moore, }e white, was found dead in the woods st near Seneca on Thursday, having Cc been shot in the mouth. The badly ^ decomposed body indicated that gc death had occurred about ten days 5 before vultures led to the gruesome *n discovery. * The coroner's jury was unable to pj determine whether Moore's death to was due to suicide or murder. Moore ac formerly lived at Walhalla, where he was married, later separating from fTl his wife and moving to Oakway, in op this county. th ? dr Wait for O'Riley. Hi ? NEGRO ESCAPED. onway Citizens Failed to Catch Fugitive. i Conway, May 14.?The negro who atered the home of a prominent wolan in town yesterday morning and bandoned his foul purpose on acaunt of there being two women in le room has made good his escape aus far. The bloodhounds which '* ere put on his trail late yesterday fternoon followed his path some six liles from town then by a circuitous aute returned to the Atlantic Coast ine Railroad station, into the negro aiting room, to the ticket window ^ nd to train yards where he evidently ^ >ok the early morning train for orth Carolina. Word was received here last night v a lat a negro answering the descripon of the one in question had been / rrested at Tabor, N. C., a station j bout 25 miles from here, and\that1 /. e was being held for identification. / he authorities sent immediately^to/ % '* abor, but upon arrival there they sarned that the negro arrested was eld on charge of killing another egro in North Carolina. He vas not : * ermitted to return with the authories but will be brought here later. ^ Myrtle Hawkins's Alleged Slayers. Hendersonvile, May 13.?The trial f A. B. McCall, Beatrice McCall, his ife, George Bradley, "Boney" Brad- , jy and Dan McCall, all charged with < eing connected with the death of v: [yrtle Hawkins, whose dead body is lid to have been found in Lake Os- sola last September, will be called s 1 the Henderson county superior Durt here to-morrow or Wednes- :V f ay. All cases of minor importance on v ; 1e docket will be disposed of before \ al;v atering upon the Hawkins case, hich, it is expected, will consume le greater part of the three-week ?rm. Judge Howard A. Foushee, of urham, is presiding. W. O. Shellnut, of Atlanta, who |||||||| lys that Myrtle Hawkins Is living, ) here as a witness. He says he met er in Hendersonville in 1910 and I 911 and talked with her in Jackjnville, since her supposed death. |3 he prosecution places little credence l the theory that she is still- living.' he is reported to be in Seattle, at resent. Suits from $10.00 up, all wool; ants $2.00 up;5 rubber coats, for ?vM ' lin or duet, $5.00 and up. '. G. MERTINS, the clothier, Auusta, Ga. 1 TRIBUTE OF RESPECT. Ever near us though unseen, he dear immortal tread; or all the boundless universe is life, here are no dead." Wherpflfl ft 1 r?vin c Wath or hft? rail- v -->3Sra i unto Himself, to abide forever in [is presence, the spirit of our late T|f? eljoved leader, Miss Urbana McMiltn Westbury, who entered Into Life ... Q&r ternal on Easter Sunday morning, pril 7th, 1912; therefore be it; Resolved, 1st, That our heartfelt rmpathy be extended to her family ^ ud that a page in our minutes be litably inscribed to her memory. 'rpfe Resolved, 2nd, That a copy of these 'Ijap jsolutions be sent to the family and ublished in the Southern Baptist I ourier and The Bamberg Herald. SPECIAL NOTICES. ' dvertisements Under This Head 25c. For 25 Words or Less. Furniture Repaired.?I have open- r * iiW o firof_rtloco ponoir chnn fnr re- kj&'h A VlJfcS C* UlOb VAWIJO A V^/MAA wuv^r ^ . airing, painting and up-holstering irniture of all kinds. Old furniture r ; ade to look like new at W. H. Patek's Automobile Garage. C. C. ' OWELL, Prop. GOING WEST June 18tik?Denir, Yellowstone Park, Los Angeles, ? an Francisco, Salt Lake City, etc., c. Already have several to go. ''rite me at once. Special train, : >ecial price. DR. GEO. F. HAIR, amberg, S. C. Special Notice.?After Monday, ay 20th, ice will be sold from wagis only on tickets. This rule is ade necessary oh account of errors ' drivers. Tickets can be procured lly from me at my old stand until :' irther notice. ICE IS CASH. L. PRICE. ^*******mmmmFor Sale: The H. J. Brabham )me place. The lot contains about Lree acres. Has a good eight-room >use on it, artesian well, swimming ^ >ol, fish pond and all kinds of out- mt lildings. Also one lot on Main reet next to H. J. Brabham, Jr.'s J ore. Also three residence lots on arlisle street. All at a bargain to - x lick buyers. Apply to MRS. UM DELLB J. BRABHAM or H. J. RABHAM, JR., Bamberg, S. C. inthrop Collie Scholarship and Entrance Examination. The examination for the award of icant scholarships in Winthrop Colge and for the admission of new AI udents will be held at the County >urt House on Friday, July 5, at ^ a. m. Applicants must be not less . 1 an fifteen years of age. When \ :holarships are vacant after July they will be awarded to those makg the highest average at this exnination, provided they meet the nditions governing the award. Apicants for scholarships should write * President Johnson before the exoination for Scholarship examina- f >n blanks. Scholarships are worth $100 and ee tuition. The next session will ? en September 18, 1912. For furer information and catalogue, adess PRES. D. B. JOHNSON, Rock ill, S. C.