Boosters Travel Road To Camden

Carvan Will Move This Afternoon BAND FOR OCCASION Seventy-three Automobiles Enlisted for Trade Invasion – Will Advertise Jubilee. CAMDEN’S WELCOME The Chamber of Commerce is in receipt of a letter from the Camden Chamber of Commerce stating the “Columbia boosters” would be met just outside of Camden by a committee and escorted into the town up Broad street to Monument park, where the addresses will … Continue reading Boosters Travel Road To Camden

Mattie Alma Starnes Steiner

1878 Mattie Alma Starnes was born on 16 Jun 1878 in Fairfield, South Carolina, USA a child of Joseph Wesley Starnes and Mattie E Starnes. She had three siblings, namely: Kate Camilia Starnes, Thomas Woodward Starnes, and Joseph Wesley Starnes Jr.  1880 Census Information Mattie A Starnes was counted in the census in Jun 1880 in Fairfield, South Carolina, USA as a 1 year-old female, … Continue reading Mattie Alma Starnes Steiner

News of Edgewood

G. T. Hughes, who has been doing ministerial supply work in Spartanburg since his graduation from Wofford last June, spent last week with his mother, Mrs. B. D. Hughes. Mr. Hughes will enter the South Carolina Methodist conference in November. At the last regular meeting of the Ladies’ Aid society, held at the Methodist church, the president, Mrs. John Paul, resigned, owing to the fact … Continue reading News of Edgewood

Trailed By Dogs For Eight Miles

Philip Trapp, Accused by Coroner’s Jury of Murder, Arrested at Lugoff. At an early hour this morning the Caughman bloodhounds from Columbia caused the arrest at Lugoff of the negro Philip Trapp, accused by a coroner’s jury of killing at Blaney last Sunday his stepdaughter, the widow of Jules Smith, who was shot in the affray several months ago at the Winnsboro court house. The … Continue reading Trailed By Dogs For Eight Miles

Suspicion Thrown Upon Stepfather

Jury of Inquest Probes Killing of Jule Smith’s Widow Near Blaney. A coroner’s jury empaneled to investigate the death of Hattie Smith, a negress, who was killed near Blaney at few nights ago, returned a verdict that she came to her death at the hands of Phillip Trapp, her step-father. Trapp has fled and has not yet been apprehended. There was testimony at the inquest … Continue reading Suspicion Thrown Upon Stepfather

News of Textile World

PALMETTO Mr. and Mrs. Bagwell returned to their home in Spartanburg Monday after spending three weeks with Mr. Bagwell’s father Mr. Thos. Bagwell of Palmetto Lane. Mrs. L. F. Langiton and daughters, Eva Langiton, Nettie Langiton, Gertrude Langiton and Lillie Langiton, are spending a while with relatives at Blaney. Miss Maggie Moss left Tuesday to visit her mother in Union. Mr. B. Kelly has returned … Continue reading News of Textile World