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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - January 15, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                Nearly every familyin Aikea County the Journal wsl Review V No Paper Published in thirf Locality Equals the Journal and Reviews i Circulation in Aiken County isr 1930 f The ifracioUscoop era Si on of the townspeople vrttji the staff of Aiken Cottages in bringinga little j LIU social diversion to the somewhat j ijall sequestered life of the Cottagers j business wa ioini r of Two Orgamxa quarterly oi iihe Fifth District of the Junior Or Umtied A median Mechanics and the Daughters of America Vas held on Saturday evening at trruniteville The Juniors meeting in the Hickmun the Daughters met id the merits public approbation itliseuascd the Juniors met with the HOWARD AT WORK KlLUNG OCCURRE SimpAy At fiay EwAt in Death otll One hnd Severe Cutting1 pfi Another Woman Urider Guard Dolly Chavous a wcjnian living at the intersetion of the Au CTStaEllenton road about five jnilesj from EllciiiOn shot an killed Dewey j Uixon who was attacking her husj band with a knife This affair hup1 uiu dumurs met wiui uie v rt These socmls which have been a icjightful luncheon 10 dok j tablished as weekly events have a of sandwiches cake coffee and cold wholesome innuenceiiporiTfrr morale were Mrvcdi foUowcd by somo very interesting talks being made by Dr Dwight Deas State Secretary of Georgia J 0 Shop pard of Edgefield former State Councilor and Mr Johnson of Spnr tanburg They gave some interest ing facts concerning the work of both and are conducive to Rood health I u They sound a unique departure in the conduct of institutions of this kind They dispel gloomy introspec tions mollify the constant irritation of incomptttiWlMy that manifests it self in all sanatoriums by reason of close association with AH C0uncii3 of thc district being well represented Saluda was selected as the next District nieqting place which will convene on Satur day night April 12th ters and temperaments find last but most important serves to establish friendly the outside It is not uncommon to overhear in public places in town the remark that one has a rendezvous for Thurs day evening at the Aiken Cottages Last Thursday was a particularly MONTHLY MEETING U D CS S LEON HOLLEY i R C Tarrant on Tticir inBeKilf of thti Aikcn County H Boss Chavous operates a filling station at the intersection of these j two roads and is a favorite hanging out place Chavous and Uixon n traged in a fight and Dlxon was cut ting Chavous very severely and Chavous claims that she tired the i shot to save the life of her i t n ci er i Left tn Howard Deputies liarvin ISeaufort Sande Mrs Chavous was placed under ar1 rest but her husband is in such bad THE RAIDING PARTY and Leu Arthur The Womans Auxiliary tothe Ai ken County Hospital hejd its annual meitintr morning Oth at ihiAiken with the Chair ninn Mrs Lerfn Ilollcy presiding Thr Auxiliary was pleased to have Mr Tarrant from tlie board of Trus tees nct with them He spoke very eiieotiragingly of the work being done liy the Auxiliary and outlined some of the rhvelopements and improve ments hoped for the Hospital in the near future Woodson the new Social Ser vice worker also present and spoke very interestingly concerning some of the needs and duties of her SeUi City Feet Fttc Hose City Council held a lenfctljy ing on Monday night and Biany reports and discussed the affairs of tbV city for over The yearly reports of the Water Works commission Chief of Police and Health Department were submit ted RB well tin financial state ment of tu city clerk for the past year This report condensed is as Col lows Cosh on hnnd Dec 1 28 Receipts for year includ ing borrowed condition that she was allowed to j Sheriff Howard with deputies Beau ance the still was in a pjrie thicket j office stay at tlie house and nurse Sunders and Canin destroyed practically cut from view j Helow are the splcndid reports for man ja vary large still last Wednesday io Afrer the slTH was located Sheriff l the year given by the various com Coroner Tarver was notified of j rated about five miles from Windsor j Howard sent Deputy Sanders to Ai mites the affair late Sunday night and at near the Bonnet mill pond i ken for a truck to move the outfit once sturtml to the scene with Sheriff Howard Me held an inquest early It was no ordinary still hut a reg Report nf the Treasurer R A reporter for thin paper learned of i Mrs Charles Veith delightfully Monday enjoyable evening for those who are i entertained the Edward Croft Chap fond of auction bridge Three tables ur UD C iifternoon were arranged in the following ori WiUl twentytwo members present Virginia meeting was called to order wit manvs Mr T Auchimitty Miss MarMrs John F Williiimi the chair AfUr the Kitual was recited thy morning and examined 1 he still nmi was of about 150 gallons n i i t I he truck carried a number of la Donation Dnv l j Ann collected tlK Show several t v D i i 1 i ii copper throughout was operated bv i i dub liusti testified that he and his borer fiom Aiken and wife were outside the store and lieded to the oallvri him to Come Vbu ih whik i he entered th he Mrs was about to vthree vats with a rapacity of I gallons of were not all filled as the iad tin shiiiff and tlifui ie diftroved reeiivid Donntinn vrvthimr The iMvlws garet McGirt Mr K Glenn Mrs Ul1 Kltunl iwitvd thw the second time wljeii he grab Me md within a a bun 11 L Anderson vs Mr J Estes Mr clll answered with the poems hvd her Slu was shooting U li jhtlire thai be a far nniMH paid out Chafee Mobley Mr Hugh Bruin j f nnies Kdwjn Kerr The followfun to defend her husband and tried v WiriOMir was lartid Miss L Smith vs Mr Ed w L Hayes i program was rendered to shoot him the econd time nM1 tl standard for 7nn Mrs G Yonco Kvmlinc Why We Should Honor Miss Sophie Mims of Edgeneld S Ull Memory of Mathriv KotiUine whose many benefactions and live interest in the welfare of the Cottagers hag ondcnrcd her to the hearts of all who know her and her Maojarel XlctJjrt of EdEifuld arrived as special jtuejts for the cvpninsr Miss Lonn Mobley whose did not see Dixnti cut Chuvous Jmd About the still twenty nmre crati nffrtil ar a eonld nut tell whether cither one lliiu and u A Uiemxvfro irinkiint 4 rnrn to cut Chorus Old Folks at Hi When Grandpa Followed a poem written by James Kihvin Kerr was y Kate Mrs rrnd n tribute to and Jackson whose birthdays we iraonnlity and with the mi the and Hist re Henry Uichardhon testified ihitt he t nerritii disliilr was in the store 10 to iret sunn eicarrtieM and hear play He henrd tlie Petit JutOfJi For ClFCUJt CorOnCf Finds That wrnmrlinir but nin off Heard the pistol went hack and saw hixmi on the floor Did not Seiany one hnva knife COUft Bates Was Murdered 1 Standard for i iti Work on iriniiniK Mi Hardware fur 71 ir rards i and C Drawn Arr Stiramonprf to piano has always been n nourte of j Krent dclixht entertained with pinno description nf our U j Urinkley testified hut thev xitnitic I from thc mucicnl comedy j cemhloin and its siirtiifioiimi wivs j the of the dead man ami f urd Rrinr lo Alkc on hits of Hrondway Mr Jamoi Crawi and explained by Henry L hole nUnng the i 1 I ford a recognized figure in music rhrtes lllrt winter home in Aiken relieved Mbs firlltss MTVIM a drl Mobley and plnyed n lumber nf ical thus rounding out a wcllbttlnnccd evening Towards time j LOT SOLD for lekvptttkinj 10 p rofrrnhj were served while the bridge Thticil nt nn Yuk trnthuniastn bonsted of thrir victories Jimth nf Mr K S or complainrd of their ill luck j old week to Mr Mr Jnmns who was j of York Thilot nway m an imergency trip to his j Mr Chirk and it home returned last Wednesday A that he will make i new arrival Mr W H of j nis Amlerson S the lift of ruirrhaMprice ijmitrd in tin 1alients now at the to j nrighborbnnd Sale made seventeen hy A S Miss Anys Snley of Salley S j taking the left vacant by the resignation of Miss Alice Hume of WILKINSONS BRIDGE RESTORED to the superintendent i The old road lead ing to Warrenvilli by the way of pond itmw fnr travel The bridgv creik hns been rdnoed and the road scraped and dragirid Jane Frnser arrived Inst Munday Andrew Swcda NEW HOME OF KNOX DAMAGED BY FIRE The palatial home Mr Seymour Knnx located nn Whiskey road jus oppnsite Fermata School fiis dt jiii about the damaged building under construction during past summer by the Norlbeactern yr and with he poihing the be day Thr and pmlaMv Mrr VTaili hr lii dr and flaires HOUSKS LEASED Mr 1 irk r Till a iind thrnimh budy which eaiiBcd The coroners jury brought in a verdict sit acrordiUHT wiili ri faejs and Mr Ihavnur witfi U a h he will hi limuirht to Aikin jail SURASKY TO BEGIN SEMIANNUAL SALE Tin M M Surask and Aiken irainlnintrr uu uital array nf iuy m iiiirihsindise I annually enndinied by nierrhant and the lie h a iui M liv Mr th Andr D L Took Aifcw Rnilt 1 Wan rnvflb Tallii 11 Woolen K Arthur Iaiil li S llnriie n T Iau 1 II Ja k I 0 an in K Aikrn 1 W Momtta H L Mundy A Altinan W L Tindali A J Colhim Moiietta C C Davis Lrtnirly II D lurk McCnrly AiK n 1 S iiunter Willie K H N S S Ilansry H il a S A M M TMih J H T Krv i i i an at n Until mi Sunday r WMI shut tliioiigh hi and a M y Auro a oinilMf vainill add H nf MV K C an fnr Total receipts Disbursed Balance on Mai Members of the Water Works Coro wore present and Mr Schroder rend very full report which is published in another column City Council commended them for the excellent report and was to it pvintrd The ers had already ordered this done Iliirini thi1 past year the sum of was spent on additions i and systenrs and mil oT tin1 eurniiiKs rmni i he water system There ar fViTa yit to the main newer item will rot about pump are imw working l hours per times iriv puitipinjj iriilUini nf wafer daily ThiV hiivi bein in opersition since and in the near Iuturp other pump will have ti be purchnapd Tli report nf fhe Chief of Policft published in our larl issue Mrs IJ C MrLrun nf the com thr IrulVie ot thi rily ripnrid that she md iecmv ed Inptfv nf all Irafllr luwx and read m Infore tin Hireling AidrrtTinn yihi f the iinie fonimitle mnde mnilnii to I hi rily Atlor ii iiiv flad hour it if date nnd DR MARION AVYMAN r II Ma RETURNS TO NEW YORK atinvo a eil A h la intr no n r Thv f have i n wetk Mr K V Aiki X A REPORT OF WATER COMMISSION 1 ilHKAi i MCRK M   

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