Took Them to Blaney. Colored Woman Cared for Them While Here. The five colored children who were found by a policeman wandering around on Tuesday afternoon were turned over to Jennie Lomax, by the policeman, as she said that she would care for them until their parents could be located. The father of the children came from them on Wednesday about midday and she turned … Continue reading Father Found Children
Five Colored Children Found Wandering About the Streets Five colored children, ages ranging from 6 to 13 years, were found wandering in the streets of the city yesterday. Their mother came to Columbia sometime ago. They claim that they came from Blaney. The oldest girls are large enough to do good house work. Rev. Richard Carrol, who has for a long time looked after neglected … Continue reading Lost From Parents
Ernest Sammons, a negro, was arrested by the Columbia police at the Seaboard station. Sammons was wanted by the magistrate at Blaney, Kershaw county, charged with larceny of seed cotton. He was delivered to a representative from Blaney yesterday afternoon. Continue reading Wanted at Blaney.
(Special to The Record.) Camden, Nov. 1 – Hanging Rock school, located about two miles east of Kershaw, will begin it fall session next Monday. This school is taught by Miss Eva Britton of near Camden. The Bethel school will begin its fall session Monday with Miss Dot Hamel of Kershaw as teacher. The “Three C’s” school will resume work on Monday with Miss Kate … Continue reading Camden News.