Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Aiken Journal and Review: Wednesday, February 15, 1922 - Page 1

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - February 15, 1922, Aiken, South Carolina                                 Jan. *22 Subscriptions >f y Expired last issue. Please renew early.  No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review s  Circulation in Aiken County  ►•Ja* *  Trade with your V> Home Merchants  VOL. 52-NO 7  AIKEN, S. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1922  Ll X rill KS TAX VK! MS ASSI HI D.  $2.00 a Year—5c a Copy  MID-WIN JKH RECITAL.  Sent to Third I\<‘a<lin^    nil    (    ’lannin^    Affair    to in* St«igr*d by St.  Opposition.    On    &4th.  I'-*r  BYRNES DOUBTS GENERAL DAWES’ FIGURES  The luxuries Ux bill, amended so The annual Mid Winier Recita of as to include candles, playing card .St. An ire la Academy xx H tike pi-.cc dice, perfumeries, cologne, toilet    [th.s  s . .son un Friday, February 2Dh.  water and chewing'gum in -addition to    at a matinee and    avenin  the items carried In the committee ma nee.  measure, was Friday sent to third    The pu;dis nm!    friends of    St  reading in the house despite deter- oxalis will tai..* part in th** ant ermined and prolonged efforts of op tai mn-ut, and an operetta, “The pontius oi the bill to prevent its pas- : Wild Rose * xxiii be pre: outed. A moue sage or encumber it with numerous those participating will be M ss Calla-ainendments. The record vote on ap- 1  way, in he it beautiful Flower Dance, provil of the amended I " Hood . which will bf idem an? v recalled bv to 30 in favor of the measure, which'those who h ive had the pleasure of it is expected, will now be given its !  witnessing the yourn.- lady perform final reading and sent to the senate  r t  p r „ v .,, Us  \  (x  , x  entertainment without further opposition.    The proceeds will    go toward    re*  Only three of the tie some odd pairs ani alterations on st. Angela amendments proposed were agreed wad**my, and we bespeak for tie*  Q 1  to: One, the ways and means com-|g 0 od Sisters a splendid patronage, mittee amendment to reduce the tax    ~ J4H   on soft drink syrups from 2 5 cents a    >\Li    s TW I HOI I)  gallon to lo cents a gallon; two, th*-      _  Hydrick amendent to tax candies re- Washington, Feb. 13 The hon-, tailed at 50 cent * a pound or more.  vvavs  and means committee s -chi n and three, th" Toole Wa I- amend-  o!  'D* >    '    tax"- t.i [sac th" "Idi- •  ment to tax dice and playing cards,  1m>13U ; !;4 f 1  be scrapped as the r-. ii! chewing gum and perfumeries. col-  uf uv, ' ru  'ming opposition through ogne and toilet water. All other  oui ( * ! '* country, republican leader amendments, proposing to includ taxes on silk hosiery, furs, Jewelry silk shirts, pianos, phonograph* musical instruments and bachelors  HI I’REMINTATIYE QUESTIONS WA VI NGS.  south Carolinian \*k* Wily \mount*. < I ainu I Not Apple**! to Boil ti s.  v\ ashing!* I hi xx ex ami  saved lh •?.<  •  i, Feb    lf (let,"* a1  i * budget aysfem hr v< " O'"*, a. . i-rdin • to the statement • of General l>awee. th** president and Chairman Madden of th" apploprmtions comm tte. wh> is . t nee* ssarv for the ways an I lima ii.* committee, in providing for th** payment of a soldiers* bonus of 13 -0,000,000, to tax automobile**, horse pow r. and gasoline and re-i i tamp on cheeks an I real  This wa the juery of Repn tive I i-' Byrne* of South !’. in t he house toda v.  T o' r«-pr"sen:;i t • vc < .|.i< -1 .on tin  plied a strong and militant dislwlief that th" administration had achieved any actual saving in governmental * vpi miil’ures In detail .Mr Bvrnes  certainty wive a--- much is $13,000, OOO, Which would make a total o $330,000,000, saved by July I. ami ■'.*iild make possible th * payment oi  -ho hnnsB si*    -    v«.n    .1  • n -tsoti ca er ; , ii i* now conte:;;Dialed.  Ll Vt H! <>N STARTS DRIV F.  Noted Speaker Si ne. sos (treat N-****! of J* wish VV ir-Sufferer*-,  • a• * sunday afternoon at v ken  VV AXT FL NHS I VCR!*; ASEI)  Vik**n School Heads Attend High  School Convention at <’apha],  a r  At the . invention of County, and V kart County    Dive for    fund    ‘ Uh h S-bool ut    Tintondents, bald In  i f-  1  and    un many    rase-    j Columbia last Friday th" 10th, Afk-  J* vish War    ifferers    w.isja n  County Has    repr.-.-nfed by Cecil  ’ff with a "ham;urn "    Th-  <ne preen rn announce chairman af ? mittee, with ti  last sunday ct *ni from Ma npprop.-iut • u’.s  foil, ) \\ I *1 f* i’rii. ■!  1933, Vladilen Will Net $ IOO 0 Cut in Hade. ■vs hi).1 i ii;. , real  d  ilia  exi i i: i) e order of t he pi esc ’ he . oord Ina ting hoard t tliar the!e should be Home c  •■"'n hiu-M! r!- *■ 1' r m - d * -:;;. ?■ af id" Mi ',•*■'    bn**' IU a  - hai 1 man of ti'," appropriate mittee MI 11).* st.it M :uf •; t "f ll amount« that are being daily lo the neonle.  im ag room and tab)#*-* of ver-- b« nit illy a * any- t a sh ion. but as . reminder 1 a! suffering < nu hers and little rh lid ret lack bread and krupni. t,“ inn t heap soup, ware eery  impi"* 1  fa rn d-h".I J. vs bsh  iron on iv ■f. a bu  i    Seigb-r.    <’cunt>    Superlntendont,  Prof    0    In    Merino."!    of Wagener,  f    K    V>    Mcrown,    North Augusta,  f    J    A"    Ta ane r.    La ne’ey, and  * Ii M Byrd, G rani:*-Ville.  micro was called for tho  But  a  u accept as accural* roe that sum" ex phi mad*; to the peopl n it intend to use  ■ ii must  ion Miould  Pi I* J M* la* of I f church op* tied ? he jmt, Mr ll m h ; t   ide a impressive add!  wort by fund, a CEia lr man of A I 'rn m h< a let! : Morris S. Polio ieconde<l t lie a if  av  1 u  in congress said today.  I When the special Hub-comm-c ** 1 up of four .representing the senate fin- I ’< am*" committee anti the ways at I re.  h  to eliminate the taxes on small arms mean- committee meets tomorrow to ammunition tobacco, cigars an i  ;, :empt to break the deadlock which  t Ie* H ay s and  i g 1 u ti a h with which to ,s’ bonus, the congress .« : h" money w hich the ; us art nou need ii a s I - mn    a \  cigarettes, and motor vehicles and  tn< *  VV; «) - arid means committee pro    - - ■ • <    •'■‘'" | !    mr    -d    - arrent  to lower th" taxes on theater tickets.j m has Droll u lit about, the sa bxs ta x    pf lions  soft drink syrups and tobacco, wore ,a * aln u  b® Proposed as a c-impro- :     !' * - ha nan of ti:    w  killed.    I    mise on which the two houses could mean committee st Pm that  New Ran* Si hiMlule.    agr-*-.    I y ay n t Under t e mu  Th** schedule of rates as carried |  The  unpopularity of the new taxes ; amount to I in the amended bill, which well prob-l 01 * ~ a -'din-*, automobi!*-s, pare *1 pee j • *'•• -»u: > I. : 2 ' I ably be sent to the senate in this  a, id cn-r-- 1  tuxes on tobacco, stock no mc I lust w- * i form early this week, follows:    and r>-ai estate transfers and tin at* r . • • n month- of th* *  On all still drinks, cereal bever-  ticke ts was discussed at length at the 'adm rn • ition I al ages and unfermented fruit Juices whit*; house last night.  Mix cents a gallon,    .    ^nator Smoot, of Utah, who went a*, n of I lo I  On all finished or fountain syrups- 0 t! ‘ M  white house with Senator Mc    t »* ,,    •* $    6    on     11   — ten cents a gallon.  t In  NOU hip  « h o u I d I and  e fir  w 11 u I  )f XV  a x. 11  t pad  I; nth  ii (MMI I]  PI*  aa- p‘x m r thail ! ' e-rot  of $300 ran r .    :    it    ■    hi?;ob, .  I has, how* v or, d **• not rn** i I hat more w ill not he uh n n * y ,, of Aiken to this gr. it noun rh ■    *  Mr M ”    :    -     t .    J     ;     , ,  nu ethic,  —— iii  <'(> VI 'in ii ii I oh v s> \ ( lr,  f al hee iii)*! -'..ii Phil - I a tail for VV ..muling 1*11.ox \\ .ii Kmoin.  T (’ Harris ate! Iii-, IT year old son. M hon Han bol’t opr ,    v,-,  In th" B uh in ll*. hmm "ommitt. -I to Aik*‘ti sail i.:,t l‘*i  ; , I . v .moo- in-  mdir-  th;  ment -r to, orceil  Cu rn ber, of Nort h I takoi  On theater and other admission I man  ** ordney of th** hour** way - ami • mute - uni' 1  th it t  senate I <* * k y*-*s- j • aid that I::  10m ca I during th-* ba la n  and,  I ha  ’ the  I line  tickets oik* cent for each .;-* cents  :! ‘     1     *mm    it*    aft*    :■    t  or fraction thereof.    {ami hmi-e    reach"-!    a    d.-a  On all cigarettes    one    cent    for I  l< * rt * a * v  " :1    ! ' le ax     n-’m-     (   each ten cent package    of    esuarettee : ’ p;" •id«*nt had ado f * ?  * * I a hard-  or fraction thereof.    i o(T  b°‘ !l  A    jSiiu-    ta    a*    •    rn*    w    •    ».    ha    hi    -n    ••    i  On cigars, sold for    l'-ss than    seven J    Hi" pr»-"!*l*mt r**:t*»r-tted    .r- -!**-u m(i    ^    -rd    a;--    na x a! <■    intra  cents each- One cent    for racli    three I ,!ia * Dm- iron M'S bill carry    ll - own     (  a r- .-ll t    of ;    ,of;on,    they    d;ou!*l  cigars or fraction thereof    j    mincing provisions but told the con     (   On cigars Hold for    seven cents or    tM.gsional leaders that st    was up to    TILL i I DA It**- <H    LIBA    VOV.  iv* I  •Oso of memorializing th** r.egia-'  :     a    *' .? apse* »pri.Ilion  Ii gh School pupils who corno i an outside district to the High o! The i Vera go cont -if main* I g Hi h School is, for the United a <' ,t $ !-Mi per pupil, yearly : !\ every high School a big per ige of if < pupi! • c >m** from out-that mmediate ! -tri- t. For a t ar the State has benn paving • • Et-'*-     (  per mon!It for each  hi. which is not quite one* th* cost of ni<-h schooling. This i. emeu- has made high school lug t for ou Ui I dc pu pl Is * a bur-o th,* district.  - rn** of t he high si hoots, tho h. * be* -i as high as $ I 2 per h per pupil It would, obvious*  - burden on the father of that.  I biri himself, mi - he State ed to as sum** t lie realer  irf of this cost, and t > pax  5  7 per . ••*-.! :I f■ -r ."icIi "El tId vv I; ; -. a  r* a --mablo reqii" t.  Superintendent Seigler was one of i committee of sex "ii who appeared before the Ways and Means Uouiniit* tee to nrgo th" State to he more libel ii sn thi in dan* **, md mad*' kin in clearly th** need of the situation.  I k  NI <.!:*» II VHI It < OMI  n in* I r*isk.* K . r s. leu11**u i.i speak at IP*! ii** \* iuietm .  the  d to p  heel  more and loss than 15 cents one ’^ Hnl 10 worK ou! f method of ti-  cont for each cigar    j na ne mg.    i ne mr**** members cif - on  On cigars, sold for 15 cents each     ?     white    fi-ius**    convinced  or more two cents for each cigar.  i,,at w  *•''    mea    ms    program  Little cigars, weighing not more j  !o !l,>  -'banged, liowever lh-*  Mix! \ IJ BH MIY  Take this tip from * '- dor  Fir t and Poienuvst lues so that when th* ic*  than four pounds per 1,000, if sold J * ,n, Md'*nt was told of tho storm <>f j main!" you to pi for less than three cents each - -one j-’PP'-mi  ! on that hail developed "■'*? '  ; ,. u i while I Men s. cent for each five cigars or fraction 1 ' "" ‘ ommittee s speeial tax p -n ami j_ m a> be .oimdted  Bay ui Sen!in* you r  ‘ll! I-  in t  I hereof.  On chowing and smoking tobacco!  understood that he suggest that ii be revised  —one-half cent for each ten cents or! Members of th** spec a! • a > - oui- f r ,,. n  »>,,  t he fore? t on Fehruar xx se you will not T ubreme Poi  ga es . i d Ot hei  - t  si and xx  fraction thereof of the price it which  I mitt**" that now has char:  if work-  , r  ing out the bonus financing plan sui-I  today ti %t an cut rely new nod! od or raising the rev- nue probably would he adopted The a.Evisabilitx of ti:-* sales tax in some form will be urged.  .    /at —- -  V ;  T |  >!rn r>  ^     V ^ {    N    Vl     J,     >N   individual plugs, cuts, tins or other containers are sold.  On snuff—one cent for each ten cents or fraction thereof of the price sold.  On all motor vehicles—oh-’ p< • centum of the selling pric*\  On small arms ammunition- ll for each I,OOO rounds.  On candies retailing at 5 0 • ant a . pound and mtir- and not mort* than  :   75 cents a pound-one cent for **a(h! fr;t1!  ,    sneaking up ,  half pound or fractional part thereof jp liU  fl rfli *  a  i 0il q fr or ,.  On candies retailing for more than i (llret . tIy ;lt ht . r head> Had   -tlx observ*  I  Will "M :h, ibout t 1 '" rn;!.  mote J ca Iou I  n VV a . <T  dolled up f ir the occasion and I -ok Ilk* a true Cedar Wear your pyramid. your gteen tie and thr< a onr your Cedar client. All th-* bidi* s w ll want on"  Th I and ii ndmoat Y u must not forget the magic word which * n tit os you to remain within the xx'ii led precincts Get your Paink tank ’ n poi I working * i- r, ’n it you forget — I* st you 'Mg- -That's all,  GRAND TAU.  ! o !  VV IM ll . "  lot had a ex* r g and was unde in a hi!**    ?    ii  imIm band,ag**d ii, d that were rn * I 'coin * I Shields  MOTlll I S VMI I* \l <,in |  B V NQI I r  bi I ie sd ay night tn-xi, Pe b . I J'" will be a hanqiiet fur f th*-rs and flaughters of Hie Int I late I >" part rn** I ot - •* F ti t chill ‘‘h he!*I I hid loll. Miss Fva ,Sommer, pres;dent I un ior Uh i la lh .-a i'm .    >    I  Ft b i 'ar  speak   1  i ! ■ • .v * . i  Carver war bv I*  and eioai  T!iui sduy •my. Dr. The Boll d T int appointed it W Is- u n of fm>d.  ■ t* * i ut iou#  it. Dr.  (  )  Is Academy, - ’it T :"  . h ghly t a eafe guide member of  Mrs I  Mr , I,  Miss I.  75 cents a pound two celite for ea. h half pound or fractional part thereof On die** and playing cards— five cents for each set or deck  On perfumeries, cologne or Bdle! water—five cents for each sale  On chewing; gum-—one cent for each package.  Enforcement of the measure la placed In the hands of the state tux commission.  lured her head aside at the .ame in taut the load was fired she undoubtedly would have been killed ie ' ?**" th" hie-! graz* t her face The would* I J be assassinator made his escape in j { 'he darkness and has n it ye: been a;  :  *'*" prehc n led.  I Iou dx a ill I  P I, Mc Lear  Hughes ' • M h Erl in*  A k fun  It, V I*. I . V I’ VY \ HIU NNI! I 11.  Til" Kill n liarferlv i! V P V.  \  A  Bung* To M  n v ii 10 . Tho > P.  "Hi n g I  Milieu Ctocntp fibe Pears ^go  v ing pen->r to  tram  * g ley  x- r I  HI (kl SHEI L PA HTY.  A IK UNITE HE ADH (X IMI MI TTEK.  Hon C. J Ramage, the newly sheeted president of the South Carolina Bar Association, Monday appointed Col. Claude F Sawyer of Aiken, Chairman of the Committee on Grievances of th** Association Other members on the Committee ar** Mtswrs, D A G Outz, Greenwood; B. F Martin. Greenville, N. B. Barnwell, Charleston, and J B, Gibson of Dillon.    in ——  MEETING OE THI U. I). (  Th*.* Valentine Party, given last ‘*1 rn day night by the School Improvement Association of Cedar    Creek  S- hod proved to be a nice success Among thus** fr .-rn Aiken in a:    I    -  mc© were Supt Ce* I Seigler, Mr. md Mrs F. P Kennedy, V    n    i  Mrs Th }», T. ('uh bm an an 5    SI    ■>  Emily McCarter The \ - - ■    .;    >n  ha * only lately beet! •    ■    .a I  the x ff air Vt an day night wa * a r *d»t to th-* comm laity who attended a1-ni(.hrt In ii body.    J a a   —  \\ c. T. I , MUI I S THI HSI) \\ ,  ,a the r t w *at • -  ie and b  -of  M ss Grace P rom Converse * n a c )utit of Ii  B ASK I I B Att T* -Nit, SI (  I .  > A1 I I WIW  W ; r  at  •cently t rad of x rn i >xx lr  a tx.  - I'  in** rcgu ar monthly meeting or; j. -■     t „.,    ,    ,  •* A ken VV V. T. IN, Will hi* bel i ■ rn  -------- {Thursday, tomorrow Feb. IG it I lh j  The Historical meeting of tho I M web the president, Mr« \ H Fly I .- x G iv mf Edward Croft Chapter, U D C . will! .?? Newberry St. Mem ber a will plea--** i spent a fexx be held with Mrs. AA lilt a rn M I note that it la Thursday instead of Wednesday la Carter, Monday afternoon, Feb. 30th, j Friday. Misti Katm Gardner will return to ; vial four o'clock.    ’    cad    the    meeting,    .    mon    fix.  : a A k n I a  ink " f f      _   ___   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 145+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication