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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - April 16, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                County Journal ud cnmml a No Paper Published in thisLocality Equals the Journal and Reviews Circulation in Aiken County AIKEN S WEDNESDAY APRIL 16 1930 AKEN W HWSI GRAMTEYILLE1M8 COUNCIL BSTATE BANKERS COKYENEATBOm ONE HUKWIJEO ATTENO Over a fcnniitwi the joint of two Carolina and the hotel and eSou fl to the Livestock By Fi Six Harm GwtU Fift far W Holity Ar nuffwed a taa by Thursday nifM irtwn lo oted Whkkey row iran ck Mr HoUcy m ud about 9 the alarm of Are and ruvhioc from his a maw of increase in theampunt of depBSlts e wfth iintenJS heittj and mules two postal department This action gouts hcaJ came the result of a bill recent raising of the limit from to piga urefc burned Besides loss of tbs live stock all the feed in SOS bushels pf corn jwere burned and a lot of fertilizer r The barn was a nice two story Present A figure more familiar to sports AT de reader tbah to of the fire department present Tyrus and work and possibly saved other build in Lavonia Ga The Georgia j Peach has been Very fuituiuilu ut Inte in his investments according to a friend of Jong standing and has brought to his stock operations the same studiousncss and keencss that displayed on lite Ttre loss is estimated at or with no insurance NO HELD DAY THIS th big leagues i Bullentine Officer Officers elected by the South Cnj For some weeks past K U Smith rolina jrroiip for the coining ycnrcountj superintendent of education were A M Kennedy Williston i with the superintendents of the chairman K J Mima Edgeiield jschools of the county have vicechairman Perry A Price Barnj considering tho question of the An nual Field Day usually held in Ai ken in April of etich yenr Tho su pedintendents met at the court house well secretary A Stuckey Hi Spring district representative to the executive council nnd G H j Ballentine Aiken member of the Jon 7th nml after con nominntinp committee for the statesiilerinc the matter derided to nban aKwoeiation jdon the meet this year but that next The Georgians chow the following year the best Field Day in the his men to serve them for the cominKjtory of thcounty would be staffed year H K Fowler Wjjrrcnton at Aiken chairman K 1 Smith Kibcrton j Held Number of vicechairman and G White pnj bw n Jordan Thomson wereUry ApriK a manv invitation was extended the lookcd forwiird Kians to hold years meeting tmil Tht Blbcrtnn and the matter WAS referred of UR wn a w to the executive commiHpe MASS MEETING AT COURT HOUSE FRI0AY INVITED TQ ATTEND Thts Ciliiens Camnuttee recently organized m Aikeri and composed of irniependenk businow concern will holrl a mass meeting at the AJken Ckunty Court House onFrida even ing of this April 18th at eight oclock sharp At this meeting detailed be made b Dr B C JWcLeari Qimirman of the and also the Chainnan of the reports the committee will have two splendid speakers from Charlotte W who willdiscussthe campaign ofdtelocol committee to pro o ntprtTviTTrgpue of that City and are Hon B M Bo yd attorney B UieJScreiafy ai ttie lotte organization Both of thesegentfernen are interesting avail themselves of the opportunity of hearing the initlec discussed in addition to the public invitation to the people ofAiken and surrounding trade territory the independent merchants of Sal ley Perry MonUnorencl War renville Clearwaterand hrj with remarkable success and the people of this City ami stir territory lire giving inc cooperation Cninc out to tinmeeting on Friday evrjiins ut ciphi oclock ilspiiikrrs brought to Aiken liy liulocal corn mittec The noTiff a CLEANUP CAMPAIGN WeM PLANNED EOR 2CTH ORGANIZATIONS COOPERATE J H to in Tin GirU wprk plans for acity cleanup April j 28Hky 3 completed Monday afternoon at the offices of county enrepresenta tives of board of health city council the American Lcjrjon and ithe Aikcn theatre and Cmc vveek chunked I April 2SMay 3 ir order to coincide Of Americas week which will run at the same time imdw the Miss Bessie Harper who is ao directing Judges G Webfa re ceived for and and Is now Eaoh wfll receive the sum of and wives been divided into two clamog A and B WjveVover 55 old are class A and will receive and wyes under 55 years old are in class B and will receive Granitgville along track most important matterj by city the list but only 15 of these are liy ingv Under the Imiv the estate of a A E Yaitij ctmHty toitTeduhcil t be died within the last twelve months Then nre 117 widows in the campuiirn fur South Carolina A and 2 ivive3 in The two drives will be i premises with ref and priated by the county was almost ex hausted and that the contractor had i day in order tb finish the TO CLE4NUP TOMMY BIDS ADIEU GENERAL SESSIONS TO AIKEN OF 1930 COURT OPENS MAY 5 FLASHES IN FINAL TILT JUDGE RICE WILL PRESIDE Match Game Thursday Watched by Petit for he First Week Burton Given Cupt at Saturday Round Robin Inrntijationt of Grand Jury Will Occupy Day The Court of General Tommy Hitchcock buwcd his way will ronven on gracefully out of the Aikvn 1IK10 polo with Judge H K AiUcn pictuiv with on nf thp prottitt ox prcsidinK Thi Court will two s u niallft work here we lately nnd hi Kiils won handily Yrsfprtlay jurorf nlanned almiir the lilies of previous j campaigns of n siiuilar nature and it the eonrensusiif ispinion that Fditor lournal and Review though his originai price was per day Mr Yaun further stated that he would Ruarantco expenditure would not exceed and that the road would connect RichUnd for thc j installation if nine white way i on Richland avenue beKinnintf at two eleauups each ynr are j I been that our street and jroinc east for clennup week and this three blocks Four of these lights Piannrd a be tnkon It planned tu print circular i I siiiaest that mir Civic cllrvc mc unrtnjr cooixratiiin of every Bonn IJfnlth take removed Trom Park avenue near the ably the iJirl Theater Tickets iiiK comiriir sanitation wvekin mnnpinr out the and Soiitbern depot ntul sunretions wenmade that these sure Tity rmmoi will authorize The hid accepted was submitted by circulars be i the Stret rnmmittee to furnish n tbe Carolinu Power compnny somv f lne cirls prub of nun ami trucks r with a lower bid which was When in Kurope suinmer I in considered suitable by council n number of reinrts anil must Uniform J H tht that we do not take as much for policemen Aiken tbentre aifnin n in handlinc enme tip for Imussion and it was theatre rl to the kir npy lllK Cily nlrkv buy lijrht weight suits of the city white and colond who lf ones are of the heaviest brinsr HI tin to his theater Mr and cannot possibly up serin bas itenvroiixly jnless our ritirns will A certain number of uniforrnd are ill b v huryinir the each year tuofficers ami the boxes nm diul brunch bey requested that part of the pro ties and Mr r 1 Hill appreciation of ill nettine for nm shrubbery kind expenditure put into rnm Wednesday on Turner iitl I WLfk were drawn i wners i council wn piitionl imv Hiumld roaliiL that jurorn are the ereftion of n bin Owner of residence property mir mnteriul for comfort b tbrown oiil Officer After a jluw shirt which Raw the to come to Aiken on hold ill the tin to inc OXccuiivc fenture ard in iht rn r If rt t W Crouch Saluda tle Vrh N flw mruSl lav f The nf theSooth Carolina Bruuy opened l1l tiimurh f m iLu nwejing un prayer WB Kev J i X th f dll of U Aikei hureb J Tllf tho enmpairn anil n the i Hepiirt ti the trainee officer Jim vnlui of their propvrtv 14 iiayor FmnV P n n to which a r wns mml1 by tb first National Bank Klber Ga for Aiken cmrT n in Dcnouncpt neil fur the present school year and In hi address H W Crouch the of county leirin scnthitiKly dcniunctd tbe make plnns for year uith metimd of stale finnnrinK ilen in niint to tbe pro spent more than was coming in and compared the state appropriations i hill just passed with that of the year i Q1T He touched viaorously on importsncc of the farm loan situation with regard to the recovery of the nUtc from the present financial stringency He pointed out that the Southern NUMBER NEW BOOKS The following books have been re farmer must employ machine mcth cently received in the Library am ods or lose out in competition now ready for circulation the Texas farmer whose methods The nrc tip t IaK buying of and stocks came in for n slap from Mr Hariison be tieplored the judeo1 Queer ment thai clcarthinkinc peo The pie to attemnt rtock camhlc The Golden You Continueii m cifrht Fashioned Girls of the Boys of the BtetZ LeaVeS City Adventures a Miliorh For Philadelphia The Kinc of the Rusfcin Brel left Aikcn Sunday The Nnrnberv by motor for Philadelphia where he The will further his ir Rivers of the Lonir a figure in cir clos of Aiken Mr Dwtr be re The members for his willingness to The Silent Pruni sine for tho various of The the city He was of Jrnlir M rn Ponnsyhania and cnne to Aikcn from Orlando Fla While in Aiknn The Iwislett a he was employed bv 1 tleman in a Duster architect Fivc ii iiiini ali in n f lii1 ph hfre and biiiinc brilliant and h inir with bard The lineup Rrit 9 3 Ciinverie i nonley Rutler 2 Hostwick Ilitchcoi k Til Knox 1 McCormick Katon Athin s U f H H l firicr ley f I Ramsoy Huilor Ieani Will Hath Seiveni QiintUebniiru Aiken f Smith Kennett Warrenville K Clamp Sailey A Red that played some fast i jj Bunch Nrth polo at defeated aBlue qiiar X s Auirustn tot Thursday afternoon on Hnrriman i 1 L Asbill field 108 with the members of the j Walter Iny South Carolina and Borgia banking O CJualtli Wacenvr groups InoktnK on as quests J Jj Wiiks Midsummer Jemprrature J i Turner V rirlnse up he playeiT and itave tbe specta K tors something o think abiut bendrs Moody 1 the came which was never bnllian 8 Holstoin liike Spriri at its best MISS HARPER IS HEADOFBEHER HOMES CAMPAIGN AIKKNS WEEK Rurton The Mi r Thomas associated with r L P Bnone in Aiken reached the ily lust nifht expects In be here tor several days He has been n the surcical staff at the veterar5 hospital GfaniteVllIe Youth in Portland Ore Mr ruvv t a Ked team Saturday if ter a round rfhin rnntch on y fii The Ked team lust a t mt maue the nnl in d the Th t buth the Reds and Blues Reifs the Hhies 70 Lineup Meflrnnnll and Sarrr J K A I I ir 1 N T K Carpenter Sr tlranie Ii II Scott Uidce C f F Kat hv Ivrle C COTTAGES LEASED FOR ii id iii d the i ind i I h in the if of he Hr Miake ik n he and that n i the emiiinif cleanup week in tlni Sunday nitjwices Prof W lay Mr will be asked to eooprrai a fie Insliiutr DRIVE IN SOUTH CAROLINA UN Anoiher Meclins j DER HER SUPERVISION Another meetinc will be held n MOVEMENT COINCIDES WITH Hr Hodirs wibin n few liiy work out the dails tin 1 aiirn anil tfie Tri i Mr C Hi H Ballvii H F j Tl r M day 1 Mr A W 1 i M II T H H K n i i P ii 11 Pr Mi cii H H Shiflet Will Not j ll Return To Lang Bath i m i i Work by J H Hopr Ststp Irn jrnt of N Plam At YM a r f anil M Te iilii police T i with J f Jivfnir nn tiiai Iu Tbfare to iatbe oa as f iniinoil ilonntnl of a bin for tii le by ehildren ami for nf a Miitablr sivn for bin Report f the citv treasurer for Unlnne Receipt band Apnl I Harper irk i i I ciuiU nf public Wiishire Leaves For Virginia Coach Trip Wi left Pan ille from vvbich pujnt r hi Mr and U f York next All Our and Knox pown Ir f aileiiiv fur ear that i ha nnf a I days i Mr Mi Wil to their iri Ii The was fur Mr WiKhire in ins 1ee a source f Aikn back and blow a Hurts Arm Friday Drama And Spelling Contest On Mav AlKENfTE MAKES HOLE IN ONE Wilbur Driver join ed the Rolfing elite when fell into the cap on the 14th hoie at the tm VjiHry Ub The 116 drive i ordinarily 3 wm C Rly i Karl Carpenter Kmnitcvillf yiith n a the Aij A b a oiirtv ho rital where he on tnkT Friiinv nrrn after n Aheri at Pyeine plant It it expe re hi wiil LuckSy thore cMpnt A a witness to the n us the 1 9yesr cM his arm rn trre this At him thrown into boiling i K n iot a rrr tesUin t r tr romptto for the State PH7e the Stale Drama on1 Spell ni inir eontet which will le a 17th Thr vVi Grammar T v nn and M Walter H of York avr ue H iindrirv Lou of Lake For frm Mr Walter Plunkett h for nc M Atfnt prir5 SIS winners in las i Mr Mrn John liuii who SpeliinR contort been in the do nid frai hiif IKNSiON RKADY for for the left Prof SnifWts for the future wi inniiftliy formerly jettine J240 widows 55 retinff h r HuiTalo N Y wiJ from April 27th v May   

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