Call 100 Men Before Doctors

The following one hundred men in Class One have been called for examination on November 5 by the exemption board for Richland county: David Ruff, Columbia, R. 4. Henry Counts, Dentsville, R. 1.James Alexander Brown, Blythewood, R. 2.Preston Reese, Hopkins.Felix Seabroows, Gadsden, R. 1.William Joseph Allen, 804 Lower street, Columbia.Grady Jones, Chapin, R. 3.Bogan Cash Aughtry, Dentsville.William Reese, Lykesland.John Dan Richardson, Wateree.Mose Hall, Eastover, R. … Continue reading Call 100 Men Before Doctors

County Board Calls 500 Men

A total of five hundred men have been called for examination by the exemption board for Richland county. The following one hundred have been called for examination on November 7: Jack Campbell, care Carrier 31, Columbia.John Junior Brown, R. 1, Eastover.Arthur Barber, R. 1, Hopkins.Louis Jacobs, R. 1, Lykesland.Jodie Leroy Rawlinson, Congaree.Georgia Jenkins, Congaree.Ernest H. Bennett, R. 4, Columbia.Green Diamond, R. 2, Lykesland.Wm. Martin, 221 … Continue reading County Board Calls 500 Men

108 Men Called By County Board For Examination

First Batch of New Class One Men Are Called by the Exemption Board for the County to Stand Physical Examination. The following in in class one have been summoned by the exemption form for Richmond County to appear on November 4 for physical examination: Silas Roeborough, Pontiac; Joe Brown, top Notch Road, Columbia; Thomas Ulri Ballentine, Blythewood; Daniel Johnson Reeves, Edgewold; Marion Ward Culp, Rose … Continue reading 108 Men Called By County Board For Examination

All My Troubles Were Overcome Through Dreco

Seaboard Air Line Foreman Could Not Attend Business of Account of Dizzy Spells Caused by Stomach Disorder. NOW HE’S WELL AND HAPPY. Nowadays people with any common sense refuse to believe that indigestion and other forms of stomach trouble and incurable. There are so many instances, right here in this section, where every day men and women willingly come forward to testify that they have … Continue reading All My Troubles Were Overcome Through Dreco

Second Red Cross War Fund

Daily report of collections.Previously paid . . . . . . . . . $70,314.91Payments October 24: J. Wesley Martin, Blaney 5.00 Nick young, Blythewood 5.00 J. Wesley Simmons, Blaney 5.00 L. H. Veach 1.25 L. J. Lever, Blythewood 15.00 Mary L. Raines 5.00 J. M. Raines 5.00 W. A. Crary 10.00 L. P. Jones 2.50 Arthur McCants, Blythewood 9.00 Mrs. J. J. Cain 10.00 … Continue reading Second Red Cross War Fund

All My Troubles Were Overcome Through Dreco

Seaboard Air Line Foreman Could Not Attend Business of Account of Dizzy Spells Caused by Stomach Disorder. NOW HE’S WELL AND HAPPY. Nowadays people with any common sense refuse to believe that indigestion and other forms of stomach trouble and incurable. There are so many instances, right here in this section, where every day men and women willingly come forward to testify that they have … Continue reading All My Troubles Were Overcome Through Dreco

County Board Issues List of Second Hundred

List of Registrants With the Order of Liability – for Military Service. The Richland county exemption board has issued the following additional list of registrants for military service, together with the order of liability. The list below, subject to correction, contains the liability numbers from 101 to 200: Order Number Names Home Address 101 William C. Tuner Hopkins 102 Jesse B. Owens Edgewold 103 Charles … Continue reading County Board Issues List of Second Hundred

Ellafair Braziel Proctor

1869 Ellafair Braziel was born on 21 Feb 1869 in Columbia, Richland, South Carolina, USA a child of W E Braziel and Janie Allen Braziel. 1910 Elerpeir Proctor was counted in the census on 29 Apr 1910 in Fairfield, South Carolina, USA as a forty-year-old female, married, white, wife. Also in the home was her husband, C C Proctor; their children, Jessie Proctor, Charley Proctor, Josephine … Continue reading Ellafair Braziel Proctor