New Brookland

Mr. B. L. Dorrity and family left for Newberry Thursday afternoon after spending a couple of weeks with relatives.

Rev. L. S. Shealy of Chappells passed through here Friday on his way home from Blaney

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gayden express their thanks and gratitude to their many friends who rendered them so much help during the sickness of their little one who died and was buried a few days ago.

Mr. W. D. Lucas returned home from Greenville, where he has been in attendance on the grand lodge of I. O. O. F.

The books of registration for the election for the town of Brookland, to be held on June 3, are now open at the store of Mr. E. W. Shull on Meeting street, and all who desire to vote in the coming election may register. The books will be closed then days before the election, after which no one can secure a registration certificate. Only those who have paid their taxes can secure a registration certificate. The book are open from 8 o’clock in the morning until 7 o’clock in the evening.

Rev. W. T. Derrieux of Greenvile, secretary of the Baptist State mission board, will preach at the Brookland Baptist church Sunday morning. All the members of the church are earnestly requested to be present. Strangers are cordially invited.

May 12, 1911  Columbia Record (published as THE DAILY RECORD)  
Columbia, South Carolina Page 7

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