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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - January 1, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                Nearly bpery family Aiken County reads the Journal Rtiatf K STORAGE ANDSERVlCiNG Investment of in New Fireproof Structure on According tii William Health certain milk and been The new Efron which rather carelessin the obser vance of certain provisions of the standard milk operative in the city of Particularly have the been in regard to milk venders such as soda fountains and grocers failing to display conspicuously in their places of placards adver tising the grade of milk Bodic states that the obser vance of this phase of the ordinance is one of the most provi sions of the entire code since other the public docs know what grade of milk is handled or offered for The people of Aiken al most invariably demand grade A milk and while the standard ordi nance allows lower grades to be nevertheless these Trades be oneach and the or seller of same must also advertise this grade by a pla has been under construction for some has been finished and the motoring public is invited to visit 1 and inspect fireproof Every uptodate device and convenience has been made a part of this which offers gas oil washing and complete servicing to all motor storage facilities accomo seventyfive Twentyfour hour servicewill be offered and Monroe Woodward be in day and The building touchine directly on Laurens street contains Efrons office and two of the ten telephones which connect all parts of the ga Efrons his x and his driveurself of office are the tastefully furnished living quarters for the connecting with a shower use and the conven ience of Still farther in the rear are locat ed a lounging room for nnd another shower rtm for and a storage A pressure water tank is in stalled here nnd will furnish hot water for the washing of cars and supplying the various spigots through out the Adjacent to is an outdoor washing rack to be used in favorable In the extreme rtnr is the garage n huge fireproof structure ft5 by 100 feet in Its length nnd brcndlh allow fur easy nnd safe movement of cam and avoids over The three doors of this building are of the modern roll so bal anced that opening in very water spigot nnd ton ctim 10 arranged nround the building as to make either nir or water from any point in In the rear of tin propii1 a pit for inline nrii ilrairiintr ai tp fon pit to a tank all All has the The entire re an investment of was built by of of was the nnd hfinirs to Aiken servicing of the plete and modern twenty four hour COH8 trUC don Witklh City Limits Alone Total With Much Work 0be Outside City T colored who ei Kil M firti ej co n f esseii td Hovinl on Saturday that he wns Aiken is the fastest jrrowing city n this last year over amillion dollars being expended in new con Within the city limits pos sibly a million dollars was but the buildinjr permits amounted to The buildinp permits do Brooks was He left Aiken Monday night in his for D about Aiken during the past land then causht a train for Pittsburgh The city has expended about arriving there Tuesday about of trio that Companys KaUnwistoresome months ago and made a quick to whereIchantfise amounting ixTabout Martin was located at Augusta leaped from Aiken county chain frsnritaredthe 000 on paving1 and j He quickly secured his priso Aikens buildings will be and left at midnight for Wash greater in value than possibly nny j fngton arriving there a town in the State and the city has great things to look forward to in not show an accurate as the frequently much more is spent than first and a swond per mit is not Just beyond the limits a number of buildings have been notably the fine residence of This will represent an penditure to Many small houses have been erect ed and the whole expenditure would be ijuite ft nice A great amount of money has been expended for ground improvements and house furnishings and it might The following is ihejjjiilding per mits issued monthly card prominently displayed in not bo such an extravagant state soda fountain or JTnent to say that over dol ViolaUvrs will be prosecuted unJars have been expended in and less this provision is carried out and j all milk venders are urged to comply I January February March April May June July August October November December Total 1 Nelson Johnson Stops At Augustas Airport CHRISTMAS WEEK FULL OF MARRIAGES Last week Judge of issued the following marriage licenses Hill Kobbins is both of Montinv Nelson the son of Nelson of who now stationed at Valley Stream Clifton Williams to Mamie Long both of pid at Daniel Christmas Lawrence to Kdna both uf was piloting n I Farrell Ashley to Lottie liar ner Ctwin Monoplane for and both of of New arvin to Marcfhi i an instructor nt ImiU CurtiMs while Klbctt who before her marriftKe on Saturday to Kvirlyn iranitc was Miss Frances of New IcTtioTiirrmting pilot at Cur Crawford both of Lester Moody to Thelniu both of Lonnie Bush tr Mrr bothof Wyman Mildred both of Julian to Mucky Willie to Ivey Herhrrt to Surah to and at U oclock of the same morn t was in his car returning to Ai He renchtid J iirooks had been working in Pitts burR for By chance he met a man who remembered who lived near He asked Brooks if he did not remember and Urooks said remember I am from Monetta and Barley Brooks is my In about half an hour Brooks was under and Sheriff Howard Houser Arid Auto Searched Monday The home of Jacob Wolf en tered Monday niifht nnd a bedroom Bounty thoroughly searched but so far nothj inj has been Members the family sny thnt upon returning j to their home at about eicht oclock n bedroom was discovered to be torn I Irnwers opened und their by Chief of who notified Sheriff who with de puties Beauford nnd went to North Augusta and arrested Mar He was in bed when the officers went to make Martin es caped from the chaining in Fair field wheie he was floiriff time for a and came to arrivSng there on a Wednes day On Saturday nieht he robbed the Lnncley store und Arthur Fowler and Leroy were ar rested sometime being partners in the It w said that both Fowler and Sparks arc also escaped when arrested at the Hifrh towcr home about n week was suffering from a bullet wound in the said to have been inflicted ee me Lexington It is believed Hint they are a bunch of desperate robbers nnd are being hold for trinlin the Lease Holley Stores IN RIDING Ono Known Wilt tor With smart riding habit taking the place of the proverbial bridal pretty Josefa daughter of he was mar ried Inst Tuesday to How ard Cleugh n ofKings CanndaThe ceremony was performed by the William of Thadcleus Episcopal church and took place at the Tea Cottage the Hitchcock elite of Aikens winter colony as guests the young made thpjr vows which did not in clude word in a rustic which hnd the appearance of the beginning of a drag the tpen Kucfits wore ritlinff while of the ladies present wcro similaVily the gatheringas on the pavilion of the Tea v Johnson taking up his at Miss Hofmnnn entered attended by her half George and X ni n n 11 w Jd Field They will tinir nnd then to to where they wili follow the line I liark io New Kmniie Matthews with contents Kntranri made through n srirrrf which wi unhitched after a run be determined no other room entered and the thief left the house without any of the familylieloiu Vi 4 At about the same hour the Wolf hniiMwa the ear lielonttntr In Swrnsky wns hr oiiurrini nrross the Nothing taVen from the ear niul no dnin aire me ro fnr h letermfn Norim to Ki Man Wounds Woman Through Front Door white U joj i nuHt jMeKie front j MoKie jio i Monday wiun Sheriff Demonstration Frcd Hcgs Bring Premium f i fired uith an aut Howard WILLIAM JOHNSONS SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY nU oth of I deputies after him hut Aiken Tuesday to make Four or live people were in the room at the time of the shootinir and charge that MoKie was drunk at the McKie ordered his MMerin law to open the door nnd before could loosen the catch holding he fired five en nd i Will j Stephen if reitnrof of the William rnth COTTAGES LEASED pile Mimpere er Marv Ka New eitt iiki of Lodges Plan Little Girl Awarded Joint Meeting 13 Parents Alternately The Atlantic and 1nrific Tea better known as the A and bun leased the two stores formerly oo cifpTed by Clnrk from anil will occupy them about The front of store i will lie nnd one entrance nnd the partition tukin out jmuking one big The store will I be fiO feet deip by the width of two store ri r n i j I he new store front bo made i modern mid pretty imd will be n ndtiition iht1 main thojipinjc The nin five vrnrs ari uiiton to extend it for Vim if Aiken Will Appeal Decision II ied by his Arnold After the ceremony there was a short reception nt which the younir couple received ttui of their friends Shortly were brought up and Fair rode accompanied by two or well wishers nnd a chorus of from the for the irn v ucvit Mis Hofmann is one hf the known of the younger set winter where sho has come regularly her rie She In an pert horsewomen nnd nesidex her interest in U also aproflcient studied the subject Fair attended the 20th tary ncndemy at He h gg from the nrmy and In Iniiioi mattvr at the Aiken I juiy rdiMij wih of Unique Christmas Gift For Wilshire Mil an 1li iMihmntir a nner recentlv at an fnas Kift5 rc i f bought in New liiction of H I REUNION OF 7HK WYMAN CLAN n of antique fire The blndt an aiitomobilehorn outidf nf thf homo in Koiiiicl drew nuniliers of the family to the and in lie ilrive was the nnd shinod up like a big is honorarj mem lier she fincinnati fire department nnil in of the and Aiken Banks CHRISTMAS TREE AT JOYCE UKANCH SCHOOL HOUSE tree at f Santa 11 im in nil HOWARD CAPTURES TWO LARGE STILLS aivi i1 TY THANKS Henderson Hotel Nearing Completion C A KM AH A1NS A i 1 wns in ho rut I I r TS rr   

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