Columbia Voters Hear Candidates

County Speaking at Court House Tonight. Voters of Columbia will tonight at 8 o’clock at the Richland county hourse hear candidates for county offices with the exception of those candidates offering for the state legislature. Tomorrow night at 8 o’clock candidates fro the legislature will be heard at the court house. Next Saturday morning at 10 o’clock at the Richland county court house candidates for … Continue reading Columbia Voters Hear Candidates

Absentee Voters May Be Numerous

Ballots to Be Mailed Out Being Distributed — Henry Explains Them There will probably be a considerable amount of “absentee voting” on Tuesday of next week, the 31st of the first primary, according to Chas. S. Henry, secretary of the Richland county Democratic executive committee. Ballots for the absentee voters are being distributed now at the courthouse, to the secretaries of the precinct clubs throughout … Continue reading Absentee Voters May Be Numerous

Celebrates Birthday at Blaney

Little Corrie Ross, seven year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ross of Blaney, celebrated her birthday with a party last Thursday. Games were enjoyed during the afternoon, after which ice cream and cakes were served. Among the little guests were Charles Wilkes and Fay Wilkes of Columbia. Return to Columbia. Mrs. C. F. Wilkes and Children have returned Blaney, where they visited Dr. … Continue reading Celebrates Birthday at Blaney

Big Meeting Held At Colored Church

(By Rev. I. E. Lowery) There is a large colored Methodist Episcopal church about 25 miles from Columbia, bearing the local name of Smyrna. The Rev. J. W. White of Columbia is the present pastor of this church. He has studied at Claflin University, Allen University and Benedict College, and is an intelligent young man. Sunday was a great day at this church. It was … Continue reading Big Meeting Held At Colored Church

School for Farm Boys End Successful Term

Experiment in South Carolina of Part Time School, Modeled on Denmark’s Trade Schools, Proves Benefit. The part time school for farm boys, conducted for a month at the North Greenville academy at Tigerville, under the supervision of Verd Peterson, state director of vocational agriculture, of the South Carolina department of education, came last Friday to an end of a most successful session, according to Mr. … Continue reading School for Farm Boys End Successful Term