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(The Hambmj Iftrraii
Thursday, March 18, 191<f
Brief Items of Interest Throughoi
rhe Town and County.
Much garden work lias been dor
around the city. Most of those ha'
ing garden spots have planted.
Superintendent Jennings, of tl:
city street department, is having tl
ditches in the city cleaned out an
: ? ? ~ oonHitinn
put III I U gUUU VWlU*v*v?.
Considerable freight is being liai
died over the K.. E. & \V. railroai
Two trips a day are now being madi
and freight shipments are received t
any points.
The sales of the Bamberg count
dispensaries for the month of Fel
ruary amounted to $8,370.4 4. Th
sales of all dispensaries in the Stat
were $233,864.87.
Yesterday and Tuesday were col<
days. They gave the first touc
Af real March winds, and th
temperature fell Tuesday night a
most to the freezing point.
The Herald today carries stat<
ments of all the banks in the count;
There are eight institutions in th
county, and the statements sho'
them to be in a good condition.
Revv Walter I. Herbert, who ha
been conducting revival services a
the Carlisle school, preached Sunda
morning at the Methodist churcl
Sunday evening, Rev. \V. C. Owec
conducted services.
?>' i*
The many friends of Miss Mami
Hartzog, who is undergoing trea
ment at an infirmarv in Charlestoi
1 V
will be pleased to know that she i
recuperating, and that she is expec
ed to return home this week.
The many friends in Bamber
county of Mr. A. Sidney Hartzog wi
be interested to know that he was o
Tuesday elected mayor of Greenwoo<
Mr. Hartzog is a son of Mrs. M. I
Hartzog. of Denmark, and resided i
this county for many years.
The Herald would greatly appri
ciate it if the subscribers would pa
something on their subscripnoi
where the time has expired. Tim<
have considerably improved now an
i most of the subscribers could affor
to pay a dollar and a half withoi
much trouble.
Mr. J. A. Riley, of Denmark, hj
gone to Chester to assume the dutit
of county demonstration agent f(
that county. Mr. Riley is a gradual
of the University of Wisconsin an
Clcmson college. He succeeds M
R. L. Cunningham, who resigne
some time ago.
Rev. C. C. Brown, D. D., preache
at the Baptist church last Sunda
morning and evening. Dr. Brow
was for many years pastor of th
First Baptist church at Sumter. H
has for some years been at the hea
of the aged ministers' relief boari
and some time ago gave up his pa
toral work to give his entire time t
the work of the board.
State Convention.
The thirty-eighth annual convei
tion of the South Carolina Sunda;
school association will be held in tb
city of Newberry, April 20-22. Th
convention bids fair to be one of tb
most unique and helpful conventior
ever held in the State. The then:
of the convention is "Religious Edi
cation." The convention will t
characterized by the gathering t<
gether of the best educational an
religious talent of the State. Neu
berry is preparing to entertain i
her usual hospitable manner fov
hundred delegates. A number of s<
cial functions are being planned i
connection with the convention.
Box Party at Hampton School.
As the inclement weather of Marc
5th prevented a fair attendance tl
box party at Hampton school hou;
will be given again on the evening <
Friday, March 26th. The public
i invited.?adv.
Death of Mrs. J. ('. Bishop.
After an illness of two weeks. .Mr
J. C. Bisliop died on Saturday las
at the age of 62 years. The remair
were interred Sunday at the M
Pleasant cemetery. She is survive
by her devoted husband, three daugl
ters, four sons, two sisters and thn
brothers, who have the sympathy <
a large circle of sincere friends.
.Mrs. Bishop was a member of tl
Mt. Pleasant Lutheran church, an
lived a devoted Christian life. SI
was prominent in all church worl
and a devoted wife and mother.
"Blundering Billy."
Blundering Billy at the grade
school auditorium Friday evening ;i
8:30 o'clock. All friends of th
school are urged to attend. Admis
sion 50 cents and 25 cents. All schoc
children admitted at 25 cents. Pre
ceeds to go towards buying book
for the school library. A large audi
ence will be appreciated.?adv.
^ j Another Burglary.
? | Early Tuesday morning tlie sto
, of John Minnigan. colored, on Ra
? road avenue was entered by tv
! burglars. The store was thorough
ransacked, but nothing was font
jrt missing. Aiinnigan's wife was goii
by the store at an early hour to tl
telephone office when she saw tl
ie! burglars in the store. She gave tl
L-_ alarm, and several colored men n
I to the store as the men were leavin
| They were chased, and one of the
10 j was caught. He gave his name ;
lt I Oiivor James, and he was lodged
;ail. The- other escaped. The neg
in prison asserts that his home is
l- Florence, and said that he was hu
:1. gry and entered the store to g
e. something to eat. One of the pan
o in the front door was broken out ai
nailed up with boards. The bur
tnro off snnip nf the boards ar
y W.V ... entered
the store through the ope:
,e ing
e To Wed This Evening.
j Miss Julia Goolsby, daughter <
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Goolsby, of De:
e mark, and Mr. Winchester Grahar
j_ son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Grahar
of this city, will be married th
evening at the Methodist church :
Denmark. No invitation cards ha^
been issued, but all the many frien<
ie of the popular young couple hai
w been invited to attend the wedding.
Junior League Meeting.
lt On last Friday evening, instead <
y carrying out the regular plan of ha
ing a devotional meeting in the Ji
lS nior league, a song service was ca
ried out and enjoyed very much 1
,e everyone there.
Prof. Duncan, assisted by Mi:
! Franke Folk, lead. After many o
hvmnc liaH hppn SUI1?:. tl
|g anu lien UTitMtw 4.MVt
1. monthly business meeting took plac
After the chairmen of the differei
committees had given in their r
? ports the meeting adjourned.
n Death of Mrs. 11. M. Zeiffler.
2. .Mrs. R. .M. Zeigler, who was to
n merlv Miss Mamie Mather, died i
her home in Charleston last Thur
day, at the age of 38 years. T1
funeral services were held in Charle
' ton on Friday at 5 p. m., and the r
mains were brought to Bamberg Sa
'd urday and interred here.
, > Mrs. Zeigler resided in B^mbei
about eight years ago. She mov<
to Branchville, where the family r
sided some time, and then remov<
ts to Charleston, where she has residt
^ since. She is survived by her hu
>r band and four children, Norma, Ro
e Gertrude and William. Mrs. Zeigl
^ was the daughter of William Mathe
r- and was born in Charleston.
The following from out of tov
.attended the burial here: Messrs .
d B. Zeigler, of Birmingham, Ala
y Wessel, Axson and Harry Shiverma
n and J. M. Mitchell, of Charlestoi
i? Mr. a.nd Mrs. W. E. Zeigler, Mr. ar
te Mrs. C. T. Reeves. Miss Louise A
d of Charleston; Mrs. G. M. Buckle
i, of Boston, Mass., and other friem
s-1 and relatives.
Jim Gohagan Killed.
Jim Gohagan, a young man resi
ing in the lower part of the count
i- died in an infirmary in Charlest(
y- on Monday, as the result of woum
ie inflicted several days previously 1
is Charlie Ayer. of the Rivers Bridj
ie section of the county. The body w;
is brought back to the home of tl
ie young man Tuesday and an inque
l- held by Coroner Zeigler.
>e It is stated that the young ra<
3- were attending an entertainment
d the home of young Ayer, near Ri
v- ter's store. Gohagan, it seems, hi
n gone from the house for some re
ir son, and, upon returning, encounte
3- ed Ayer out in the yard or near tl
house A difficulty ensued, and r
1 suited in Ayer shooting Gohagan. I
was hurried to a hospital in Charle
ton, where he died on Monday.
Ayer was arrested several days ai
'b and detained in jail, pending the ou
ie come of the wound inflicted on G
5e hagan. He was at first charged wi
assault and battery with intent
is kill, but trial was postponed on a
count of the desperate condition
Money in I Jam berg County.
t, That there is considerable mon<
is in Bamberg county is shown by tl
t. statements of the eight banking i
?Cl stltimons UI Hit? tuuiii* ju nucu
a- this issue or' The Herald. Statemen
?e are published at the call of the Sta
)f bank examiner. They show mo
than half a millon dollars 011 depos
ie in the county.
d All the banks combined show i
ie dividual deposits amounting to $481
74 4.23. The combined savings d
posits of all the banks amounts
$ 17.SS7.43. making a total of $G4."
631.06 on deposit in the county.
Of the above amount $278.422.f
(* is on deposit in the three banks
Bamberg, divided as follows: Opt
deposits $227,510.15, savings d
>1 posits $50,912.74.
s Glendale Spring Water delivere
i- by J. A. Murdaugh for 50c for !
gallon bottle.?adv. t
g- LaVerne Thomas & Co.?Be Sur
id to Attend.
n- Farmers & Merchants BankStatement.
Bamberg Banking Co.?Did Yo
Ever Take Note?
af Farmers & Merchants Bank?Th
n- Prudent Man Banks His Money.
n. Common Pleas Court.
jn The court of common pleas \voun<
/e up its business for tlie spring terr
and adjourned Saturday. . Very fet
jury cases were tried at this term o
civil court.
The case of Mrs. Leda K. Mayfiel
against the British-American Mort
gage company, which was being trie
when ihe last issue of The Heral
v" went to press, resulted in a verdic
u" in favor of the plaintiff for $3,857.
r" The case of the Cotton Oil compan
)J against the S. A. L. railway was call
ed for trial, but after the jury wa
ss empanelled, Judge Mauldin allow
lc* ed one of the parties to the suit t
ie withdraw the case, and it will com
e* up for trial another time.
Qt In the suit of .Mrs. Lalla Ritter an
e~ W. H. Ritter against the A. C. I
railway and the Pullman compan
for the recovery of damages for th
loss of jewelry while a passenger o
r_ a Pullman car. the jury awarde
at damages in the sum of $400.
s- "
ie Missionary Notes.
s- ???
The two missionary societies of th
church here, as well a
throughout Southern Methodi6n
have united. This one organizatio
rf bears the name of "The Woman'
Missionary society.
The foriegn and home societie
have done a great and lasting wor
in days gone by. It behooves u
Methodist women, to increas
'' our faith and our works. This is n
time for falling back but a tim
' which demands our best effort, an
love, and influence.
Upon the following women the r?
A. i
sponsibility of this great wor
" weighs most heavily:
President. Mrs. E. 0. Kirsch; firs
^ vice president, Mrs. B. W. Simmons
jj1 second vice president, .Mrs. Clarenc
/ Brabham; recording secretary, Mis
Bessie Lee Black; correspbnding sec
retary, Mrs. John Jones; treasurei
Miss Llewellyn Cleckley; assistan
treasurer. Mrs. John Barr; superir
tendent of social service, Mrs. C
d- Frank Bamberg,
y, But won't you, fellow-member!
)n come to feel your responsibility an
ds privilege most keenly? Won't vo
oy stand back of your officers with
ge word of cheer, kindly advice an
as with a willing heart?desirous of be
ie ing used in your master's missionar
st cause? There is need for each on
of us to be everlastingly at worl
jii Not a moment should be lost. Won
at you say, "Here is one person you ca
it- count on"?
id A good way to begin to do you
a- part is by coming to our third meel
x- ing which shall be held in the Methc
ie dist church on Tuesday afternooi
e- the twenty-third, at four o'clock,
ie At the January meeting a sugges
is- tion was made to have a "Miscellar
eous Shower" for the parsonage
go This suggestion was heartily receit
it- ed and plans laid therefor. We ar
o- glad to report that we had a ver
th good "shower." About one hundre
to and fifty or one hundred and sever
,c- ty-five dollars worth of househol
of articles has been put into our preacl
er's home.
If we have the correct figure:
twenty-four dollars has been contril
uted bv and through our society fo
, the "Belgian relief fund."
Bear in mind, please, that the ne>
meeting will take place on next Tue;
^ day. Our subject will be "The Adc
' lescent Girl in the Home." A fu
attendance of members is urged.
>!t Rec. Sec.
n- Will Hold Chautauqua.
A chautauqua will be held in Ban
e* berg on April 10, 20 and 21, the al
t0 tractions having been engaged by
' "j number of business men of the cit
from a well known lyceum bureai
It is planned to make the occasio
in a big booster week for the city, an
Jn efforts will be made to secure in ad
e" dition to the regular attarctions se\
eral prominent speakers to make ac
!(j dresses. Full details of the chau
5- tauqua week will be made known a
f. soon as all the plans are completed.
New Advertisements.
re! \V. I). Bessinger?Lost,
il- i
I Delk's .Market?Specials.
jv Bank of Olar?Statement.
ltj J Peoples Bank?Statement.
ig 1 Enterprise Bank?Statement.
ie | Bank of Denmark?Statement.
le i .). B. Brickie?Come Right In.
, .
iMlierprise nauii? i i-iiiihuiiuii.
? I Bamberg Banking Co. ? Statemeni
m Khrhanit Banking Co.?Statemeni
as II. C. Folk. Master?.Master's Sale
111 Planters Cotton Oil Co.?Notice o
m Sale.
111 Citizens Exchange Bank?Statt
es Peoples Bank?You Can Neve
1(j Foretell.
A. P
:j Sprii
Miss Barl
you t
Sand, Put
: tleshi
s I '
e >lr. and Mrs. Williams Entertain.
^ One of the most delightful affairs1
of the year was enjoyed by a large
- number of guests on Tuesday even-!
e ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
n Jones A. Williams, who entertained
^ most charmingly. The drawing
room, dinning room and magnificent
reception hall were thrown into one,
where those present passed most
g pi6S63Illiy H lew liuuio ai auvuvu
bridge. The color scheme of green
i and pink were most pleasingly carn'
ried out with pink carnations, azalias
s and ferns.
The prizes, silk hosiery, were
s awarded to Mrs. W. C. Whitesides
k and Mr.. A. W. Knight.
s Not less striking than the decorations
was the beautiful gown worn
0 by the hostess. In harmony with
the pink color scheme Mrs. Williams
d wore a beautiful lace embroidered in .
blue roses over pink taffeta with trimmings
of crystal. Mrs. O'Hern assist-.
k ed the hostess in receiving and was
gowned in black silk net over messaline
with jet trimmings. A most
. delightful salad and sweet course
e were served.
s The invited quests were: Mr. and
. Mrs. W. A. Klauber, Mr. and Mrs. J.
^ A. Wyman, Mr..and Mrs. W. C.
lt Whitesides, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Brabt_
ham, Mrs. Elise B. Walker, Mr. and
. Mrs. G. Frank Bamberg, Mr. and
Mrs. E. Henderson, Dr. and Mrs.
5 F. B. McCrackin, Mr. and Mrs. H. F.
(j Bamberg, Miss Estelle Rutledge,
u Mr. A. M. Denbow, Miss Franke Folk,
a Mr. F. M. Move, Mrs. Allie O'Hern,
d Mr. A. W. Knight. The out of town
>_ guests were: Mrs. E. J. Wannamaker
y and Miss Elizabeth Sawyer, of
e Orangeburg, and Mr. Mack Clower
c and Mr. Archie Brown, of Lakeland. .
t Florida.
Wouldn't Scare Him.
"Why didn't you toot your horn
If you saw the man in the road
"I figured," replied the chaufeur,
"that it would be more merciful if
he never knew what struck him."?
Vain Search.
e "Boots by Smith, costumes by
-v | Robinson, wigs by Jones, scenery by
d Dingbat" mumbled the man in the
l" end seat. '
^ "What are you driving at?"
l" "I'm trying to dig up who wrote
the play."?Louisville Courier-Jour- {
5*! nal. 1
t Local penitentiary developments
have given "the land of the free" a j
new significance.?Columbia Stale.
11 The State of South Carolina? .
County of Bamberg?By Geo. P. Harmon,
Esq.. Judge of Probate. e
Whereas. J. Wesley Crum, Jr., hath I
made siiit to me to grant him letters (
of administration of the estate of and effects
of Douglass Richardson, dei
ceased. F
| These are therefore to cite and ad- r
ajmonish all and singular the kindred ?
j and creditors of the said Douglass "
y! Richardson, deceased, that they be .
- --J >>.n !. > flm fniirt of !
I; J ana apptrai ucivmc *?? x
n i Probate, to be held at Ramberg, on '
. j Saturday, April loth, next, after pub- J
| ligation thereof, at 1 1 o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any they f
- have, why the said administration j
[_ should not be granted. t
Given under my hand and seal this (
l" 17th day of March. A. D., 1915.
Judge of Probate. <
/IcB. Speaks & Co.
tig Opening
t, 11 iviwiyn 1 j i i\iiyn jl , mi
:h 17th 18th and 19th HI
cer is prepared to show 1
:he newest things in |
:ty, Flame, and Batp
Gray Shades
The Bamberg, Ehrhardt |
and Walterboro Railroad
is placing cars along the f
line for farmers to have [;:f
their fertilizers shipped.
This is a great convenience
to the farmers. ? I
' S|1
Spring Millinery Opening [#
iA A
, / a " 1
Laverne Thomas & Co. If
v M
& &
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday,
March 17th, 18th and 19th
* T -?T/Mnrrtno la nnmhpr of small Dearl settings.
SlMliUlAlj JNUTllrJhO. 7 ir-T".'m"o - " *
Initials W. S.? engraved on back. *
Reward if returned to this office.
Advertise men ts Under This Head 25c. ??
For 25 Words or Less. See a Saw?If you see a saw dull,
- let me have it and- you will see a
For Sale?One .Maxwell touring saw sharp. Bring me your orders
:ar at a bargain. Apply to W. .Max f?r sash, doors, blinds, mouldings,
talker Ehrhardt, S. C. tf. etc.. at Brickie's Gara^. L. B. FOW
: ^ LER. J- tf.
Shoo Fly?Give me your order for Wanted?One Jersev cow fr^sh
icreen doors and windows. L. B. . ... .. . i" ?. 'miivor
r>A?;j Ramheri? c: c t tf milk. Must be a heavy milker
QUEER, Bamberg, S. C. ^ tf. wjth a ]arge percentage of butter> fat /
...... ... (\c\c\ and j'oung. None but an A-l cow
nnllSl inn* ??t i?i J TONFN wiU do- Address, W. D. BENNETT,
omniencmg June 1st, 191o. JONEb i nA<ro q r ai
i A ATS Rambpre S. C. 3-18 ^oage' 5'
l-'or sale-Indian Runner Duck
11) / An * nr*ii? fx nr n Msrc n D, DGtW 6CI1 o End 9.30 0 ClOCK
i?c' *?*??*: ?' in Bamberg. Change was made in
ESSINGER and SON, Barobe g. S., severai, Sf0res jn Bamberg from 7
' to 0:30. Liberal reward if returned
For Kent?Store formerly occu- *? The Herald office. 3-18.
? iJS H Best Truck See.!: Grown especially
t rolunf tenant. Apply to H. for see<1 An}. varietJ, the following:
' ' ' ' " 1 Cucumber 55c lb.; cantaloupe, Rocky
For Sale?Fancy strain Ringlet ;l'ord grown 55; melon: Watson 40;
barred Rock eggs at farmers' prices. ; an>' other melon 35; tomato $1.35;
Mso King Big Boll Cotton seed. Ap-i?kra -oc. Corn, weev. -proof, big f
I vipidpr dollar Deck, bushel three.
)ly to J. T. O'NEAL.. n.
i??? Cotton, upland long, selling 14c, Lost?Setter
dog. white with black heaviest yielder, dollar fifty bushel,
specks. Answers to name of "Lee." Profit fifty to five hundred dollars
-las on a collar. Reward for return acre trucking. Send 4 cents stamps
0 W. D. BESSIXGER, Bamberg, S. for instructions. L. A. STONEY, Al1
It. lendale, S. C. 4-1.
Lost?Sunday afternoon last, a Penalty will be added after April
iresent broach with three opals and first on town taxes unpaid.?adv. I

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