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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - February 19, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina Nearly family in Aikeu County reads the Journal and Review No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Reviews Circulation in Aiken County 8 PAGES VOL 8 AIKEN S O WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 19 1930 ftOO a a Copy SALLHrGWSWffl Sports Calendar For Aiken BOARD OF HEALTH Condition From Wreck ij Henry Anderson 08year old ne is In a djmg condition at the DEFEAT PROVIDENCE SEXTET j tken count as result V A tVe buggy with tie Saturday by in ad in Orangeburf Winning Two the championship ofthe Ninth district Saturday nigrht by defeating the Providence basketeers 26 to 24 Salley earned the right to meet Providence by defeating Orangeburg 3230 Saturday afternoon At the close of the first half of the Augusta which ocqnrrcd at Sunday morning The aged darkey suffered a fractui1 rskull iuw bone jplaces a fractured rib ani a punctur ed lung and his vehicle was de molished of Sporting Scheduled For February MAKES29 REPORT and March Which Means A Season for YEAR WITHOUTTYPHOID CASE the Queen of Winter The wreck happened at ed February 26th Annual Aiken Hunter STeifel Wodtjsat p m Classification may in clude Pairs and 3 shown abreast combined ownership allow Milk Control Enforcement of City I Pure Miik Ordinance StreMed in section of Richland avenue and Pen dleton street and so seriously injured I 10 in favor of Salley Providence staked a comeback inthe secondhalf but was unable to Sal ley lead The forwards made many shots but were unable to locate the basket Moorer and Shuler were the stars for Providence while Hudson and Salley were the luminaries for Sal1 ley Spile 26 Providence 24 E Salley 7 Moorer Hudson 12 Shuler Williams Livingston Brody Bull Smith negro tht authorities ing State Revenue Men Raid Near Talatha Monday March 3rd Field Trials Local AllAge SHoot ing Dog Stake Also Puppy Stake if enTries warrant On Home Run the shooting preserve of Miss Clau dia Phelps near Aiken from whom all data may be obtained Telephone Aiken 108 State officers made a cessful raid hear Talatha on Wed nesday and destroyed a small outfit An oil drum was used for this still Near Pino Log bridge a 50 gallon still was destroyed on Saturday Dantzered Twelve gallons of whiskey was seiz Arthur Mun j day near the same place and a war 6 Dantzlorl rant sworn out for his arrest ea w M Thc Part was exposed Substitutes Walker for Williams I f Hutto substituted for Pricher Offit lof Officers Robinson Davis Andrews cials Miss Sara Godhold referee i w A cv i T and W A bheppnrd Last week this March 5th In the afternoon an informal Dog Show in or liear Aiken Details from Miss Ihelps Telephone Aiken 108 Friday March 14lh Aiken Steeplechase at p m The Eastern Horse Club to give a 14th Entries elase March Sth Only those on horsts or in busiesmay attend No automobiles allowed A whole year without a single case March 19th of typhoid sclaimed the board of health which has just Aiken Preparatory School annual report to the mayor Day p m Athletic Field the second AIKEN HORSE SHOW Monday March 24th yiar in Aikens history that this condition has existed for a year the reports reads The hoard of health is composed William G Bodie Schooling over Horse Show Crlift nces weather permittinR Grown Leon Hnlley and the Rev P J Mc fences upsuntil 4 then children Wedneiday March 26th to Saturday March 29th Inclusive Annual Aikon Horso Show Hitch cock Proceeds to be donat ed to the equipment and upkeep of the Aiken Hospital Aiken Annual Polo Pony Show Sunday March 30th McCoys Polo Field at a m Entry blanks and data in regard Lean their report and rsed as e have the honor to resolution transmit Piece of Plate to the rider of the to the Aiken Events can bo secured winner About 3 miles oucr regular from Harry Worcester Smith Aiken Drag lines To be run March worth telephone herewith tinannual report of the City Heulth Ileparlmrnt fur the year and in spite of unusifal condi tions of floods and excessive rain tall we hare lind a very successful year from a standpoint of disease prevention and of health betterment Fur the second time in our history since authentic records have been kept we have had no single case of typhoid fever in the city or its en virons during the entire and in the county at large the average incidence iias been reduced by more than half are proud of this force destroyed eicht stills A 30 Miss Louise Hunter umpire II gallon still made out of a Calcium mar timekeeper Baijev and Mellett arsenic drum wns destroyed in Hamp ton county Two Idgallon stills anil found and destroyed in that count Senator Williaira Will j Handle Legares Workj Senator John K Williams of ken been asked to handle Charj county bills in the senate so long as the vacancy created by the death of Senator S Logare r1 Stolen Auto1 Found Man Arrested unfilled Kdward K Iritchard i chairman of the house delrgntion an miunccd Senator William wns one of sevc Sheritf and Traffic Mllirer Kalluw found in nbutnlnnctl automobile near Salley on Saturday The car bore a Penn sylvania license and the Highway i department of that State was noti ral member of the aennUwho volun1 county wore trered their to that the nd l hlltl il lunl il for Thp knyw lht 0lr oung white man county in the emergency and he in accordingly expected t undertake I to handle the countys affairs in i Pennsylvania donate for the ilclojTatmn I lohn Jfffconl In for vv lion to LieiJtcnunt T B mrged with theft His liutlir a petition arking that no place near the Sandam bridgi1 linn IIP ordered to fill the e North Kdisto river lie says Lofnre1 jllnt fvlloiv Molthe car in i Ihilndrlphia but riding down death Mr Lrare t term rxtunnc jt Tm formally a of this j another town according COTTAGERS HAVE PATHE SOUNDREEL VALENTINE PARTY MEN WORKING HERE rironl since it does not happen liy iaifulftii Inn is result of roor ulinalcd education sanitary improvements and epidemic control i Epidemic Dincntc nnd QuArnntinr The Aiken last Thurr lay evening entertained with a Val 1lltlu mvn Sunday taking sound jm oiiixi to abnormal preci had dm mx tinpas 11 m ilana r in Aiken KJS entine party Caines were played f a f and the guests entered into the spirit 1lllwc i of levity with much Ailun I school and will remain in for in Later in the cveniinr refreshments wore served and then nil assembl to tn music and rocitntinns William p ewK tenor solo by Alhert Crawford aeroni panied at the piano At this period Mallei Card ner delivered a reciUtiun in dialect for which she was warnilv ap plauded She hrr nuditnri1 with nn cmorr Mr Crawfiird ihrn urirrd the an iicnciin in uiih fiiin i snip Loves Old Sweet Thev e several days to get talkn gatneri dij hunts and Aike winter out of Atlanta ifmip is of Floyd Tra lull IJoli and Jnmex Ilaniiltnti who South Carolina j jn Ihrir tirritory A truck if used in wlmh on wurkj with innumerable piici mailiincry and nror inriricnt woj k out in hi fiii run fFt a 11 plan Milk uf Mnndlrri Rep Keenan Struck Rpprrrntativp R K Kecnnn was ffrtirk in the hy falling pin1 in the ronm on the of at the State House i Inst Thurrdav He was for a fow minutrs hut rrcovored Thc skin was slightly i broken hut he sutTerod rso ill pITerts and able to atlend In duties at the State House during the after noon Tbf of plastering wns about a yam square and Mr is lucky to hnvo escaped with such a slight Injury His friends in Aiken county congratulate him on his nar row vFvnpr WINTER RESIDENT PURCHASES ESTATE TO BUILD WINTER HOME Alliii rcroiiniiil in his riaivr iiiantier Mi IMT tinvmitir miiil by playinc nunrberen tTa fret in f n anoihrr line o a ik into it as uai Onr of h dinpi i the a goal hr lial of the a White Man Killed By High Tension Wire Prpo Umed by Worfcmajj Lino aud Electrocute Hint Aid Vain G C Sammon woiksnp with the pixie was elec trocuted early Friday morning at a pipe with which he was working camu in contact with a high voltage wire of the South Carolina iuwer Co Mr Sammon was at work on a new substation and was standing on the frame about twenty fext from the ground About five feet from this frame a line carrying vvolUs was strung In some way an iron pipe with which he was working touched this wire and hu was thrown from the steel frame In fulling his head struck a concrete pier and a big gash cut in his head This fall may have contributed to his death Thc construction crow with sevt ra doctors worked over the prostrate riuxti from a till p and used every effort to restore life but without results The dead man was a native of Jam ison and had been with the Construction company for several years being located in Birmingham Ala His remains were taken back to lamison for interment COTTON REDUCTION URMDJY VISITOR WRfTES LOWG ST ANGELA MUSIC Vegetable Offer Farmer Greatcit Opportunity for Last week we carriedan advertise ment in which W W Long director of CIcmson College Extension Ser vice called upon the farmers to pro duce better cotton if they desired to get the best prices for their pro duct stressing cotton 1 132 inch or longer One of our winter visitors who has the welfare of the farmers of this section at heart believes that the farmers should bo Urged to use their lands for other purposes r than the growing of cotton has written the following very interestingletter to Mr Long He would like to Long stress other things for the financial welfare of the farmers rather than the production of cot ton HLs letter follows Aiken S Feb Ill Mr W Long Director CIcmson College Extension Service Clemson ti C Dear Mr Long Coming here from the North each winter and having heard so much about trying get the Southern farmer away from the raising of cotton und into diversified crops and PI ASIS IN RFPITAI ncimt about II1 Tall reduction in the cotton acreage 1 I llreastSutiva llai ral Thursday the f the Five Acre Cotton Contest of Si gnvi th It would seem to me that for good dairy herds egglaying con large asparagiiH irnpx pecan groves vegetables for local markcU Margucrilc and canning etc would do much more and get the fanner nvfay dlioil l 1lt iniittiifly 11 poor A rimi A Ivanos t Oil I luTi1 at imillions of barren acres in Candimi tlrit can be o tu produce lumbir nuval pulp SiiminrrI atnra ai AV Mix Hioun instnirtvrvi of Mr lane ail ituversiy lloxpi 1r Rolnnd of LonK Ixlnnti PvirchnnrB I Hcndrix Land on Millbrook Road and Harry L Hi PROMINENT MASON HERE Amrir tile quests at Ho1 Hon was K Chroit of Rork Hill who is n provirnnt mason nid 1 past if South Carolina masons He a Masonic mceiinsr at Trnton Monday and front to RIackvillc for u simi lar mrrtinc tabof Aiken prip crty riporliil week whf1 th all1 of four ncres of land tlv Millbi road was to Mr II of X Y This lurid was by HerdrN and on lands owned by Mr It is na Mr K build a beautiful iioni larii durini the mniii am n nunbrr f Tile ale made direct purchnsi price uivon is 00 wood dairy produrtV fruit and and an Hirlii Wymini jtional rnmpnign away from cotton I into thithings that are nearer to our Vllal and the upbuilding of youth will do in bring Lark th MM Smth Knvw I am no ic rk doing in a linri t I do in of tindeplor Smith ya fat mei If on other FEDERAL TRIAL OF CIVIL CASES BEGUN Ballentine Addresses Balesburg Lutherans MAP Local Group Makes Tour Advertising Highway No 1 Aiken Men Investigate Reasons for Traffic Not Coming Through This City on the Way South nd J DR ERNEST H WILSON To SpcsU Bon AirVandcrbilt on March 3rd March vi is to bo a Rod Letter for flowrr inver in and rnvir TV All cnrdnrs amateur nnd professional wokome the news that Dr Kriist II on hnriiciilturp will speak a n II 11 ovenmsr the of at oclock PURSE SNATCHINGS STIR C1TYOFFICERS Four in the two weeks with winter or members of binc victims have nrotrni local hn are a v in an effort apprehend or thieves A nocro v nrrpted at okor one iif an Lun on C 1 Hill Chi f K L Ubn f i enz a Hen n A K HI i A i he f hand information I to the oinditiMi of State linr paved ret ti li l Arnold i ns the j iurs He r loitcrintr no N I f I TC T1ON 1 Oi i K t II N i I H 1
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