Mr. Thigpen was the guest of Mr. Gruber on South Marion street fair week. Miss Ruth Joyner, who has been visiting at the home of Mrs. Gruber on South Marion St., has returned to her home in Blaney. Mr. Young, who was a fair week visitor at the home of Mr. Gruber on south Marion street, has returned to his home in Florence. Mr. and … Continue reading Capital City
W. F. Stieglitz said last night that in his trips to the towns in contiguous territory the success of the fair and jubilee was the principal topic of discussion, the large attendance being emphasized. The traveling was done by both train and automobile, the use of the automobile bill being very general. At Blaney the cars in route to Columbia being so numerous residents made … Continue reading Many Came Here In Their Autos
Messrs. Chandler at Buno Scott, who have been ill at their home on South Marion street, are improving. Miss Ruth Joyner from Blaney is visiting Miss Lucy Collins on South Marion street. Mr. Alfred McFadden is visiting at the home of Mrs. G. S. Gruber on South Marion street. Mr. Young from Florence is visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Gruber on South Marion street. … Continue reading Capital City
1901 Lillie Murphy was born on 02 Sep 1901. 1915 She died on 28 Oct 1915. She was buried in Elgin, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA at Smyrna United Methodist Church Cemetery. Continue reading Lillie Murphy
WANTED – FEMALE HELP. Wanted – White settled lady to assist in cooking and keeping house for a family of three. Box 99, Blaney, S. C. Continue reading WANTED – FEMALE HELP.
Miss Lessie Tiller entertained the members of her Sunday School class Friday afternoon with a most enjoyable party at her home on Gervais Street. As the class is composed of boys, each member was given the privilege of inviting one person and without exception the invited guests were all girls. The color scheme of pink and green was artistically carried out in the decoration of … Continue reading Waverley
Columbias Will Visit Historic Town. BAND WILL BE FEATURE Business Men Will Use Automobiles for Trip – Wear Cap and Duster. Clear and colder weather has been promised by the weather man for the Columbia business men’s trip to Camden this afternoon. One week ago today plans to advance on that historic town had to be abandoned because of inclement weather. At the Chamber of … Continue reading Boosters To Move On Camden Today
The Richland-Capitol City Benevolent society meets October 7 at 3 o’clock in the afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. C. Boling on Sumter street. This is the first fall meeting and a large attendance is requested. Arthur Lemons has returned from Bath and will make his home here. Youthful Ora Muse is spending the weekend with her grandparents in Bookland. H. L. Hamilton has … Continue reading RICHLAND