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People Visiting in This City ami a
Other Points.
?Mr. M. A. Moye, .!r., is visitin;
relatives in the city.
?Mrs. Dr. Judy, of St. George, i
visiting Mrs. W. A.* Klauber.
?Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Ayer. o
Blackville. visited Mrs. C. E. Sim
inons Sunday.
?Editor H. C. Bailey, of tin
Blackville Herald, visited the cit;
Monday on business.
# ?Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Crum, o
, Rowesville. are in the city visitin;
? Mrs. E. D. Coleman.
' *? ? ?j r* n P A c\
L ?Air. cuiu ai i s. v.. v.. v,
" Round, spent several days in the cit,
this week with relatives.
?Dr. J. .J. Cleckley is attendini
the South Carolina .Medical associa
tion meeting in Charleston thi
?.Mr. Rex Stokes, of Petersburg
Va.. is spending some time in th
city with his parents. Mr. and Mrs
J. \V. Stokes.
?Messrs J. B. Williams. J. E. am
Norman Bvrd. of Branchville, motor
ed up Sunday to attend the service
at the Methodist church.
?Col. James R. Owens expects t
leave this week for Richmond to at
tend the annual reunion of the Unit
ed Confederate Veterans.
?Uapt. uavia reiuer, me fupma
Pullman conductor, is spending sorn
time in the city ivith his parents
Mr. and Mrs. X. Z. Felder.
> ' ?Mrs. M. W. Brabham and littl
son, Robert, of Durham, X. C., ar
spending some time with their per
jfc ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stokes.
/ ?Mrs. F. G. Ldmacks attended th
funeral in Leesville last week of he
brother. Rev. Frank M. Hauser, wh
' died there after a short illness.
?Miss Moselle Copeland and Mrs
W. P. Riley attended the wedding i
Augusta Saturday of Miss Sadie Ham
mend and Mr. Burdette Warren.
?Mr. I. B. Felder spent severs
days this week in Commerce, Ga
? with Mrs. Felder, who is undergoin
treatment in a hospital there. He
many friends will be glad to knor
that she is improving.
Miss Faust in Recital.
An event of interest on last Fri
day evening at Wesleyan colleg
(Macon, Ga..) was the joint gradual
ing recital by Miss Eleanor Ferril
4 pianist; Miss Thelnia Faust, violin
_ 1st; and Miss Frances Fau^t, accom
Miss Ferrill was recently heard a
a" vocalist and Miss Faust has bee
heard in Macon on a number of oc
The following programme wa
charmingly rendered:
1. Septette, Op. 20 (for two pia
nos. Beethoven*. Adagio and Alls
gro?Eleanor Ferrill and Glady
2. Concerta, No. 7 (Ch. de Berio
Allegro Maestoso,, Andante Tranquil
lo, Allegro Moderato?Thelma Fausi
3. Prelude in C minor. Waltz i
E minor, Polonaise in C sharp mi
It nor (Chopin)?Miss Ferrill.
4. Concerto, Xo. 7 (Rode), Ada
gio, Rondo?Miss Faust.
5. Carnaval Mignon (Schuett)
Prelude, Nocturnette, Serenade d
'Arlequin?Miss Ferrilh
| 6. Kuiawlak (Wieniawski ?
Miss Faust.?Macon Telegraph.
County Chain Gang.
The county chain gang is now i
camp not far from Denmark, and th
road from that town to the Barnwel
county line is being worked. Th
' ford at Ghent's Branch is bein
bridged, and the branch this side o
Ghent's branch will also be bridgec
The road is being put in first-clas
condition, all the sand beds are bein
clayed, and it is the intention of Su
pervisor L. P. McMillan to have thi
one of the finest highways in th
county when he finishes with il
? These two streams have long bee:
an eyesore to the traveling public
and they will be delighted to knot
oro tr\ bo hr i H fTPT
lUiU. at ia?t lut; iw C-Mr.
McMillan has also written th
supervisor of Barnwell county i:
reference to this road beyond th
county line, as he hopes to have
first-class highway from Denmark t
Blackville. However, the road fror
the county line to Blackville is ii
F fairly good shape, only being roug
in a few places, and with the roa
in Bamberg county worked nicelj
the improvement will be great.
New Advertisements.
Delk's Market?Ice.
J. J. Fickling?For Sale.
Enterprise Bank-?Ask The Book
Peoples Bank?Time Takes You i:
the End.
Bamberg Banking Co.?The \Ya
4, to Keep.
Mrs. Mamie Murdaugh?Estat
Head The Herald. $1.50 per yea:
t Western Division of \V. M. I". Hold
Interesting Session.
Z The best and largest institute in J
its history was held by the Western !
s Division of the W. .M. I'., April 1.1-j
Itl. at Denmark Baptist church, pre-J
j. sided over by the gifted vice-president.
Mrs. M. X. Tillman, of Edgefield.
Nearly all of the W. M. I*. State
officers were in attendance, and their
V . . . %
experience and Knowledge are worm
a great den' to those striving to atf
tain the W. M. I". goal. One hun=
dred and seven delegates and visitors
were present.
!' The devotions of the day sessions
y were opened by our consecrated missionary,
Mrs. John Lake, whom all
5 this State loves and honors. Her
. words are full of love for the Master,
s and no one hears her without feeling
that she has been with one of God's
, chosen.
e Mrs. S. G. Mavfield. of the hostess
society, extended greetings to the
delegates and visitors.
Mrs. J. R. Fixer, of Columbia,
State corresponding secretary of the
W. M. l\, a fluent speaker, gave an
instructive talk on "The Institution
?Its Significance." Also a talk on
0 "Programme Making; Use of Charts.
Efficiency by the Use of Standard of
" Excellence."
Mrs. J. D. Chapman, of Greenville,
r president of the South Carolina W.
e M. U., gave thoughtful and comprek
hensive talks on "Plans of the Union.
Our Home Land for Christ?the
e Methods, Plans and Aims From S. B.
e C. Standpoint."
Mrs. George Davis, of Orangeburg,
State Y. W. A. and G. A. superine
tendent, held a conference and trainr
ing class for Y. W. A. and G. A.
workers, in which she instructively
and entertainingly brought out rhe
plans and aims of this branch of W.
M. U. work.
.Mrs. Carpenter, of Georgetown.
1 State superintendent of R. A., the newest
department of W. M. U. work,
^ ably presented this phase, making an
? earnest plea for the training of our
p boys.
r Mrs. Joel T. Rice, of Belton, State
* mission study leader, and the former
teacher of many women of this State,
made an intelligent and earnest plea
for more knowledge and preparedness
by means of mission study books and
other material easily obtained?
8 whereby developing greater interest
' and obtaining results in this great
' work of missions.
Miss Emmaline Thornhill, State
board missionary and a forhier training
school girl, presented in a pleasing
way the "Ultimate Aim of Personal
Service-Soul Winning."
Mrs. Hatcher, of Johnston, State
Sunbeam leader, known throughout
S. B. C. bounds for her development of
Sunbeam work, was detained on account
of sickness, but sent an enennraeine
messaee. which was read
& by .Mrs. T. J. Quattlebaum, of Ridge
^ Spring. Mrs. Chapman followed with
I an interesting talk on Sunbeam work.
Mrs. Quattlebaum also read h~**
own fine paper on Bible study.
The song messages of Miss Xorris,
of Edgefield, who knew just how to
touch the heart, were full of inspiration.
The violin solos by Miss Parker,
of Edgefield, were enjoyed by
'' all.
Rev. T. J. Posey, of Ward, presented
the claims of the Western division
school at Seivern, which is the
only school of this kind in this part of
the State fostered by the W. M. U.
We have a number of schools in the
a Piedmont section, but never have fose
tered any 'in the western, central or
[1 southern territory before,
e The presence of and helpful talks
? by our two loved missionaries, Mr.
f and Mrs. Jno. Lake, of Canton,
l- China. 011 our foreign work, were ins
spiring and served to give added inS
terest in missions. Mr. Lake is sup
ported by his home church, Edgefield,
s S. C.. and Mrs. Lake by her home
e church. Greenville. S. C.
Mr. Hayes, of Barnwell, associa11
tion R. A. leader, conducted a help"
ful conference on R. A. workr
I Too much commendation cannot
e be accorded to the vice-president of
the western division, Mrs. M. X. Tillman,
who got up this splendid pro.gram
and presided so 'beautifully
Q over the sessions.
n On Thursday evening she added a
n new feature to institute work by a
h radiopticon talk on the holy land,
^ which she visited last summer just
rt before the war broke out. This was
one of the most pleasing features of
the session.
The superintendents of the eight
intinns in the Western division.
Abbeville. Barnwell. Edisto, Edgefield,
Greenwood, Lexington, Reedy
- River and Ridge, had short sketches I
of the growth of woman's work in
n each, which promised much for future
v The women of the local society
served a substantial lunch in the
church on Thursday, which was a
pleasant social feature, as well as
furnishing refreshment to the phv\
sical part of us.?Contributed.
- These Specials I
15 dozen "White, Dainty 9
ITniifllv-oTcTnofs. with fro- I
dieted edge, in pink. Blue I
and lavender. Very special, I
(while lot lasts,) 2 for .... 5c E
Beautiful Crepe De Chine I
Handkerchiefs, in lavendar. I
pink, blue, maize and other
])retty shades, each at 35C
"Fox Trot" Neck Cords,
in beautiful yarigated colors,
only a few left, each 35c |
Dainty Sheer Organdie
Collar and Cuff Set, special
at, set 25c
Beautiful Embroidered
Collar and Cuff Sets, special
at, set 50c
2 dozen Lace and Net Yes- H
tees in various styles, with I
Babv Irish edges, verv spec- I
lai tor, eacn due
Fans, in White and Black
and mixed colors, each 25c E
Crochet Needles, all sizes,
only 5c
Tatting Shuttles, in white
onlv 10c I
1 piece 44-inch Voile,
white with lavendar stripe.
Very special at only, per
yard 25C
? -UUDMt
Death of Rev. Frank M. Hauser. j
! B
Rev. Frank M. Hauser passed awayj
at Leesville. S. C., Monday morning arm
at 5:30 o'clock. He liad been preach- *ing
at Leesville for several years. ^n<
He was well known in Bamberg, hav- J
ing preached at Denmark and Spring Ho\
Town Baptist churches several years. B
He was 61 years old, and leaves a L
devoted wife, one son and one little
daughter; one brother, Mr. J.
A. Hauser, of Augusta; three sisters, ^ru
Mrs. Z. M. L. Jeffreys, Goldsboro, a B
X. C.; Mrs. J. L. Farmer, Walterbo- "
ro; and Mrs. F. G. Lemacks, Ehrhardt.
The funeral services were conduct- said
-j i- __ i t _ rtui ! r Ipst
t*U UV ACV. IVI r. v. l augunm, ;
The remains were interred at Lees-I ? *
... . , . . I sign
ville. The grave was covered with |
beautiful floral tributes sent from a!li.j-f>
parts of the State showing the high I
esteem in which he was held bv :rs
nuiny friends. One beautiful largei
! oral jiillow beimr sen* by the mem- y
bers of the Second Baptist church of! p
Augusta, where he served for a year of C
or two. He was a man of brilliant: J .
? , . crec
and ::;:a a fluen tinker, ami \. *ii e(j
i>e s:u,!y missed. Ue had been in agai
failing health for some time, and his j com
death was not unexpected. The }
family has the sympathy of a host
of friends it: this county and city, j A
1 pP" 4rp 9*1 pc
a~j_ k^CllV-/Uj JL. 11 V-/ kyviivkyj
and all other sales of
refreshing to this con
announcement of a
This sort of a sale
KfP^l?y^ when we ST ARTE
continue as long as
mW\\M During this REGULA
lv ?1 "11 v"> /"\ VY1 AT?r?
WlMN^k SIlclll UllclIgC 11U iliuic
HBhcrr worth, and give you
can count on f?r styl?
Mm ^sk for Travel Slips.
for every dollar yc
Our Millinery department is recognized as the
greatest in the county and adjoining counties.
When your hat comes from La Verne Thomas &
Co., you know absolutely it is correct. Another
NEW lot of shapes just arrived. Come in today
and let us show you, whether you want to buy or I
not. We are always glad to show you. I
Ladies', Misses and Children's Dresses
Our line of Wash Dresses and Small Boys' Suits
are selling very fast. They will not be with us
long at the prices we are offering them. Ladies',
Misses' and Children's Dresses, made of nice quality
of Ginghams, Madras, and Linen Lawn, very
neatly trimmed, from 50c to SI.25 Small I
Boys' Suits in all desirable materials and colors,
including the oliver twist, at from 50c to $1.50
Come in and make your selection todayx
New Crepe DeChine Waists I
They Laundry Like Linen.
Just received, another lot of the noted P & B
Crepe De Chine Waists. They are the most perfect
tailored Waists on the market today. x You
will onlv find this class of merchandise in this
showing them in battleship gray, light blue, pink,
flesh, maize, putty, sand, all white, all black; also
in combination Vest effects in blue and pink.
These Waists would cost you not less than $5.00 in
any city. We are selling them for only $3.50 I
We are also showing a large assortment of Wash
Waists, prices from 75c to SI-50
Come in and make your selection before the
sizes are broken.
The Store V)f Courteous Attention.
New Advertisements. i NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
I .
W. D. Rowell?Teachers' Ex- district Court of the United States
District of South Carolina?Coi
natlon* tv of Bamberg?In the matter
.aVerne Thomas & Co.?Regular J. D. Dannelley, Bankrupt.
.0 gaje To the creditors of the above na
ed bankrupt:
. B. Brickie?Knowing What and Take notice that on the Sth c
v to Do. of April,% 1915, the above nan:
bankrupt filed his petition in si
lamberg County Dispensary Board Court praying the confirmation of 1
ist of Purchases. composition heretofore offered a
accepted, and that a hearing v
'armers & Merchants-Bank?The thereupon ordered and will be h
dent Man Sees That His Son Has upon said petition on the 25th c
ank Account. APriI; 191.5- before said Court,
Charleston, in said District, at
- o'clock in the forenoon, at wh
IS-TATE OF J. A. MURDAUGH. | time and place all known credit!
??- I and otner persons in imeiest ma? <
.1' persons having claims against P^ar and show cause, if any tt
estate will present them duly at- have, why the prayer of said p<
ed and all persons indebted there- ^on should not be granted,
vill make payment to the under- RICHARD W. Ht'TSON, Clerk.
ed at Bamberg, S. C.
~ Notice is hereby given that
NOTI( E TO ( HERITORS. work is to be done on the pub
roads unless ordered done by the :
cas Green, Plaintiff, vs. Cornelia pervisor or one of the county comm
eigler, et al, Defendants. sioners and no work will be paid I
ursuant to an order of the Court I until inspected and received by t
"ommon Pleas for Bamberg Coun-' supervisor or one of the commissic
in the above entitled case, all | ers.
litors of Louisa Graham, deceas- j Those acting as overseers will :
-- I "nii-Q trio cnmo nav other han
are retjuireu iu |;io>e men e<amio v?v ?u...v ,?..
inst her estate before me at the unless there are eight hands or mc
aty court house on or before at work, and he must also work
rsday, May 6, 1915, or else be one of the hands. Done by order
iver barred. the board, April 5th, 1915.
H. C. FOLK. Master. L. P. McMILLAN,
pril 7, 1915. " 4t. Supervisor.
*e of "Sensational
"Below-cost" Sales
this kind it will be
lmunity to hear the
; began in our store
D business; it will
we are in business, v
than our goods are
merchandise you
3 and quality.
One mile in travel
>u spend with us.
These Specials
New Dress Goods
36-inch Crepe De Chine in \ \
Belgian ^ blue, sand, putty, .
lavendar, reseda green, ni'le
green, pink, blue, white and
all the new shades in printed
designs 50c
40-inch Silk Organdie, desirable
shades and designs,
per yard /. 25 C
40-inch Voiles, printed and 3
plain, attractive patterns. '
These are very much wanted
materials, for RIGHT NOW *
27-inch Embroidered
Crepe, dainty designs.
27-inch Palm Beach cloth
for Skirts and Suits. |
27-inch Pique, small
whelp. , {M
10c, 15c and 20c
27-inch Dimity, good quality.
at, the yard 10?,
12 1~2C, 15C and 20c
27-inch Pique, large whelp,
uer vard 15 C
27-ineh Lace cloth, at only,
per yard 10c
27-inch neat Black and
White Crepe, at 12 l~2c
Just received, pretty line
of Infant's Caps, made of , '
desirable materials, with
dainty pink and blue rosettes..
We have them in all
the. sizes. Come in today.
When you trade with us
you get something different.
, By virtue of an order issued by the
In_ Court in the matter of Peoples Drug
0f company, bankrupt, the undersigned
Trustee will sell to the highest bidni_
der for cash at public auction, at
Bamberg, South Carolina, in the
lav store room formerly occupied by the
ied said bankrupt at 11 o'clock, a. m., ob
aid Thursday, April 22nd, 1915, the ashe
sets of said estate consisting of soda
nd fount, carbonator, cash register, fixing
tures and stock of merchandise conlad
sisting of drugs, toilet articles, etc.
lav " F. B. McCRACKIN, Trustee.
a"t April 6th, 1915. 2t.
ip" All persons having claims against
the estate of Mrs. Mary Rice Boatiti
wright, deceased, are hereby notified
to file the same, duly verified, with
the undersigned, and those indebted
? to said estate will please make payment
no Executrix.
,liC Bamberg, S. C., April 14th, 1915.
for ,
he The regular examination for cer)n
tificates to teach in the public schools
of Bamberg county will be held Frire
day, May 7, beginning at 9 o'clock
ids a. m., at the court house. All teach>re
j ers who have not certificates will (
as please bear this in mind, as no teach*
*? 11 3 ?- */%/% />U ti?VI A Vino n nf
or er is auoweu to ic<n,u "w
a certificate.
County Supt. of Education.

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