Aiken Journal And Review, May 7, 1930

Aiken Journal And Review

May 07, 1930

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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - May 7, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina Nearly wv«ry family in Alta J County reads the Journal sad Review No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review « Circulation in Aiken County VOL. SO -NO. 19 AIKEN. S. C., WEDNESDAY. HAY 7. 1930 LITTIE INTEREST IN PUBLIC SALES HOO a Year—Sc a Copy Daughter* Of America Give Successful Party SIX SALES BY MASTER Probate Judge Sell* One Tract— Short if Sell* Many Tract* far Tax-—Pra^artjr Brinft Small Sam*. Money Will b« U»*d to Corry an Social Relief Work of Orga«iu. tion—Pniei Awarded. (rn SESSIONS COURT OPENS HERE Warrenville Juniors Hosts Saturday Night CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN Dr. Clifford Johnson JUDGE H. F. RICE PRESIDING Th. Daughters of Amene re.UiJ"** ^ T$km ^ °f  __1*0.60    as    the result of the cue- n4*r M*"y P1*** •* Guilty Muster E. S. Croft' .old als differ-1*?"*    *******    n*ht' •na this aam will be used for the continuance of their welfare work. An unuautlly large crowd attended the affair which lasted from 8 Twenty.aor** Candidate* Gal Decree* Following Flak Chowder—Oyer IOO Protont Frow County, aim  ........ .    -T ENDS WITH SUCCESS Goes To LaGrange* Ga. out tracts of land and in each raw The court of general sessions opened here Monday morning for a two week. session, with Judge Hayne o’clock until 10:30 o’clock. Games **• Rice, presiding A heavy docket were played and punch was served i fared th* court ^ muller and Ur *s <r throughout the evening.'    jceny heading the list of major crimes) the land was bid in by the plaintiffs Probate Judge Webb sold one tract, and Sheriff Howard sold a number of pieces of land for taxes. The following were the •V.    |M||* F^nl Urn) Bank of Cotan, J, A ,or    “'“■‘"f    —J"*    *».    "f. «|-V ■***»* n. Goon,. E. Gutt, 68 .cr,, in aid- *“ *w,rd'd >°    > dy Swamp town,h,p.    Sold to th,    „*h°    *W    '*h    h-,P*    f?    ’    In .T I. tr“' plaintiff for i54r, OO    Lonnle    Ch*Pm*n    for    the    honor and M,i and two no b,U‘ before ,l flnUh* TZZiXZLof Cotumhia    **-•    r A "Brty c,,n ^'i'*,ork- ■ v. Edith H. Ripley,,trit. '    ™ Tf® b> Dr P J,    pi...    ., G.iltJ 244 acres in Shaw township. Sold Mi"? r,U!*    *°,n    *    cak* oflr,ered D.i .    . plaintiff for $1 500    the    cake-walk,    while    an    attendance Pl*** of why were the order of Federal Und Bank of Columbia ^ W*nt t0 Mr* A’ P UiM,r>'- lth* d#y y<‘St«rdly wh*h w*s the first vs. Arthur Williamson, administrator I ‘ *Um rR'8e<1 W*S consider«<i ; d“y on wh,ch court iook UP CM«. <m j.g    nttLr Wagener Sold to a® adm,i,SH)n tickets were only Monday bein«r devoted to the work of plaintiff for $500.00. Metropolitan Life 75,000 CANS GATHERED JDr. Cliff oni ( . Johnson left Aiken (act Tuesday for LaGrange, Ga., where he has bought the LaGrange COUNTY CONVENTION MEETS IN HARMONY JOHN WILLIAMS ENDORSED Warren Council, No. 199, Junior O. U. A. M., of Warrenville, were hosts Saturday night st « Ash chow-der, following which degree* were Y.O. ..d Back LM. ... CU..*    Jtnd    Alii    begin    Aik„    ^ Dunn, Si.-D.j Dri... S.,. D ,    ">«    »"V-    Mr..    Jolqm,.    od    PT!    “T!    ”TT~ 2* *•*    «■;. ET sr Governor One of the most successful clesn-    ^r'    ^°^ri*on baa had the    LaGrange conferred    on twenty seven    candidates    ,JP r«mp*igns in Aiken’s history came    f*r    ““f*    considerwt.on    for some    Ind    harmon by the Woodlawn degree team of Au..t0 * «*>■• Saturday with 76,000 tin J**™ md    *<-«pt*d.    He    haa    j^    when    ^    Aikf>n    cq fnata. Ga.    #    cans, boules and other mosquito h*en    »■    in    the    fr,ti{.    convention met in the court The    chowder    began    at    7    o’clock    bw<,,n* reeeptaMe* collected and CrtJ    (,f    A'ke,;    ft,r/bo“t Mv«n ^ house ami endorsed John    F    Will,am* in the    Junior    hail    and    the    degree    ^oufhtl U) lbp *“*• bin    «f|‘“*    ■ * TZI*!    t    !forth<“    Unit«,    hoaM    of    reprework began immediately after. Over rh* Aiken th,‘*tre b>' <*ilchen of tin- r’ N' A’ " Hitlock has bought ti»«    and g ». 200 members    and guest*    were pre-    ritv Fr” Uckfi* wrrr «Nt esc!,    of Dr'    Johnson, sent from    all    part* of Aiken county    cb'!d ^ H. Welburn, manager of    mkfcy    friend* and    acquaint and Augusta.    ** theatre for bringing in these ^ wlsh r)r* Jo*«»«on »» access in vtr>imtion work without a hitch and _____ cans, besides a number of capital; ,*‘w    home. *    prises; and. a* a consequence, great1 Cullum To Speak At I rivalry and interest wax aroused; the Jackson, of Wagener, for governor The well. oiled machinery ran through the or- Memorial Exercises chi Wren vicing with each other to see. which one could collect the greatest number. BODIE GOES TO MEDICAL CONVENTION twenty-five cents.    the    grand    jury. Ins Co vs    on    the    committee    in    change    The    following    pleas    of    guilty    were any fear* that " Hoovercratism” might be brought up were soon dispelled ss man after men was chosen for an office by acclamation. All officer* of the county conveth Dr. William O. Bodie, county (Bon and delegates to the coming Norman E. ( u Itu rn, Aiken, will, There were a number of children j health officer, left yesterday for. date Democraiic convention war* be the principal speak, r of the 0«.jbrinKinK in large numlx-r* of csns Flo,enc* where he will represent the elected unanimously and the neared Homer M. Thrailkill, 340 acres near Jackson. Sold to plaintiff for $7,- j!, 800. ... .    ,    -i    «*«rcise«    to    he    held    iii    Hi*    aodi-i”1*    of I of the entertainment    were: Mrs.! heard and these sentence* gtyeiL-lIa^toruMn of the Atiten faftrtut*;    wee* *• fnHtm*: ' ”    leM otherwise sUted the men are Confederate vetgrsna and their wives caaiott h riday morning at the memor- |*nd deserving honorable ip*nf'on- doctor* of Aiken co’unty at th* three- approach to a jarring note came when •he Sat* Woodward, Mrs. Quinid Weeks, Mrs. Kffie Taylor, Mrs. Sallie white. Cushman, Mrs, Maude Woodward, Violation prohibition law capital prises •by convention of the South Oaro-ttliu Medical a.-.Hociation. Dr. L. D. D. K. Gantt va Isaiah D. Durham, u ..    ,, ,,    .    .    , ,t al., three tracts co.uinic. 118, ?!"• >rUcr (-oldm*".    Abbie    n«y,    months;    Lion    Ward,,    John    I    vited    to    attend. are urged to Br preaent especially 117 K2 and 300 acres respectively, Sold to plaintiff for $417.00. Mn*. Mattie R. May vs. Whitfield lot in Aiken on Chesterfield street. Sold to plaintiff for $500.00. Judge Webb sold the following: Ollie Bodie, administrator v*. Mr*. Sallie Bodie, et a1.,    101 1-2 acres. Sold to Ollie Bodie for $201.00. Twenty-four tracts of land, rang- llitt and Mrs. Euialie Bissei. Clyde    Barnhill    Win*    Boone wa*    expected    to    attend    a*    a ...______,    , Clyde Barnhill, let    pri*e,    13,728    ^tate executive committeeman,    but Less Ab. and the entire public in cordially in*    pnn»; a season    ticket    to th* Aiken    unexpected    business Thestre.    going. Coley Garvin, eight    After the exercise s    rim tier    will be Maeiver Williamson, 2nd months; Ernest Yon, $250;    Willie    1 served to veterans Tindale, and URS. JOHN WILLIAMS ELECTED BY U. D. C. 4 motion wa* mad* to endorse th* candidacy of John F. Williams for the national house of representatives and one man objected. He wa* overprevented his j wbelmingly voted down. :    D,    W.    Cast »n, Jr., of the county pri*e, Between 500 and OOO doctors will 'Democratic parry, opened the conven-ar-l thiur wives 1L7H* cans; $3.00 in cash donated he in attendance and mn invitation j lion by calling on Rev. J. (J, Hug- Hough,$290; Byrd Hall, four months. f by the Edward Croft chapter of the hy the Civic League    will    be extended the body to hold [gin for a prayer. The roll was then roa us a , oust reaking and I niter! Daughters of the Confeder* tammie I’nge, 3rd prise, 2,698 cans wxt years meeting in Aiken. Last called by A. K. Lorenz, county sec* $2.00 in cash DISTRICT CONVENTION HERE | larceny, six months.    > acy 1 J. W. Willard, larceny, two year*. | in thf afternon Gowers Hubert Hallman,    housebreakng wreathes will be place and larceny, nol prossed.    )graves of dead veterans J. H, Mathis, colored, manslaughter three years. ;year s 4th ton. upon MISS BAILEY'S SCHLDULE Mr*. Sheffield Phelps #    •    *    ,    .    .    in ...... .    .    Dudley    Cushman    and    John intr from .m.ll lot. UP. purrhu- !*.«    Will    b. H.IJ i. Spri„,. ,lrr,    aud    l.rreny    I    --- J- 'r°"".    M°n,l*y m0rnmg    S.W-O.I...U. Sh C.,d.„. „f months    I    Srh,dut.    of    MI.    Eli.., by the South4«aAtern Airways, Inc., as the outstanding event of ihe regular monthly sales day. This company I bought all but two offered, and several ships were represented Russell Abele, bigamy, two years, home demonstration agt Ossie Black, colored, larceny, four ^ay 6th; r ti,    ,    '    Mrs    John F William* wa* elernwf yw*t William Johnson, colored, tar-:    Monday—New Hotline I Ii Club, _    11    "    1    '    nn‘ t'*' '"‘T1;"* vic,l    nndire'.",    wt    «*«»•    "™i"    »*«.«.    rol-    N-    Holl.nd    home    dc    .rat,on    .T**'1'"' ‘ *> jf*™* "’7 ^di ri of a. Soua ^Lc^l.    '*'«“>•    Ut*    y«*    The...    Hub.    r... I -rh W„  .CCO ted in the sales “ dl tr,ct °r »•    Carolina      .      iu    ^ tkuughuut the city in e whit* were made for taxes. Lands bought, former owners, Daughters of the Confederacy met township, and purchase price involv- haturday. Mr*. J. Sumter Rharnr, od the Airways’ purchases were:    |0^ tharlesUm. was ohoaen as district Mrs. G. W. Thunnond, Schultx ,iirwtor bF l-r»0 delegate* i*e-No. 48, 146 acre*. $125. •    sent from differed part* of th® iia- were the negroes who were caught    Tuesday—Monetta id! Club, Mo-: the First Baptist' chn reb oT^Aiken ’fnT Rr,atphl^ TurBM from winter rex.    home    demongtndi,!    dub. Wednesday—Dflee and field. Thursday—Burcalo 4 ll club. and A. B. Kitchens (colored), the prize, 88', cams; $1.00 in cash.    ......... . Freddie Fontaine, special prise \ HI IjWYCTT CTUAAI l ek s free pass to fbe theatre, do- J LUPlIVt I I jLHUUL naked by Mr. W'elborne for the greatest number of cans brought in ! by the smallest boy. !h Bail*y.|    Yard,    Ar.    CU.n.d for week ... in add.Uun to the collecting of can*, Dr. Wm. G. Bodie and R. W. dor; state omplish- leaning es-ion“ were held rn Charles- retary, and substitutes dcicgatfs not present. FINISHES FRIDAY PICNIC AT SCHOOL BUILDING Iota! Attendance for Year Average Attendance 60 Browne, of Aiken, Principal. made for The entire delegation from Belvedere wa* afo- sont the roll isll showed. Wm. M. Smoak was made temporary president of the convention and A. K. Lorenz, secretary, and a few nipples later both men were made I immanent in their office* by aceta-I mation. Smoak Offer* Keynote 76- Mu* (dents some months ago. True Bills Estate W acres. tt$t. -------- T. Ransey, Silverton, $157.50. M. Garvin, No. 56, 211 135 acres, triet. Ornie Martin and William Johnson, robbery and larceny. _.    I.    J ii bn. ll e ary -Mathis, murder. Mr*. William* Welcome*    Matthew    M.    Morgan,    assault    and Mrs. Williams also welcomed the !'att(>r>’ w,t*' !ntl‘nt kill. Rosa and Lee    Key,    Sleepy    Hollow,    convention    to    Aiken    and    a    response 43 acres, $85.    was made    by    Miss    Mary    Poppen- Samuel Williams,    Hammond,    4    lots    bain, of Charleston.    - $16.    The    chief address was made by ,    bouM,breaking    and larceny. George Twiggs, Hammond, 216 Mrs. J. Frost Walker, of Union, state j I)udl''v (’ll8hman and John Sanseis, $60.04. Friday—Hailey 4-H Saturday—Office. John Walker, assault and battery with intent to kill. Hubert Holman and McDonald and Opper, Hammond, 40 acres, $76. F. H. Opper, Hammond, 14 acre**, $36. Estate Martha Rhodes, Hammond, 9 acres, $18. B. A. Bates, Windsor, 233 acres, $158. Gordon Bell, Windsor, 116 acres, $50.50. Wagener Real Estate and Guarantee company, Silverton, 123 arret, $44.50. W. B. Howard, Silverton, 200 scree, $100.25. Wagener Reaj La tate aud Guar-Antae ■-'wnfWYMn-GHdg Site mil 2 lots , f* -ta- president who stressed the five pointe ders' houwbr«akin«f “nd larceny. in the star of service. Other ad- A’ J’ Bennelt’ Geonr* Will»ma- Mr. Smoak made the keynote spoerh of the convention and told his _____    audience    that Lhev were gathered to- up \iu-K back lot*, onfi home* gen-J Plunkett *-« hf»t»l cIofkm! Friday aftei hither to renew their allegiance to crnlh. A jirize of J.>.00 offered by folding finishing exerritic* W’eilne- |M>e Democratic party and stre wed : [)f.    Bfxlie of the health department    day night at the school house. A    that the    Democratic    party    wa*    direct- for    the family collecting and destroy, j picnic wa* held Friday at the school    ,!>    responsible    for everything    enjoyed |ing the greatest amount of debris on building.    !by those present. Jtheir premise* was won by Levi Rob- jjlaa Bi. , of Aiken route 2, h A resolution wa< offered extending *T-nn (colored) ar.ri the second prize principal; Mi** MeLend»fn, of Black jibe sympathy of th*- convention to [of $3.06 in thrs-hrt-TTffrrmf by Mayor-anc. j.rimary teacSFr^nd Mi-. TIv ;ttnrfiTlitty ,flite lair K. TC. Bucking-by J. L Scott a;i (Jlov«*r, of Uraniteviile, is int<*r mediate teacher, partment wishes to Following is the honor roll for the Broadus    Startling    Found—Auditor 'bank Mr. Welborne of the Aiken year Will be Employed to Audit Book* Theatre, the Civic League, Cit:    First Glade- Floyd Kulm* r, Ward- of V • Mou* County Department*, i Council, Chamber of Commerce, ami law Fulmer, Sarah Fulmer, Mgfvhal —........——    all    other member* of the clean-up    Franklin, Albert Funderburg, Greorge Nothing startling    was mentioned in (‘°mmittee who co-operated so splen    Piper, Ernest Piper, Hrlin*- Piper, Henderson wa* w < Presentment Of Grand Jury Made Yesterday (colored). •..........«...    *    The    health ,W* were 'is,,    m ai~ Z ‘ *T    Butler. Norman Newton and thv    A’f    fh"    Jury    d>Tly    with    them during the campaign Margarrt V ,o*v    it    ,u    .    •^J. .natl* b> Mi s. UmJ1iiii t—li.. i _______»f    the    court    of    gOMi'al    *e:rfuau,    now    '    ‘»1    thanks arc tcnderedUMrs lie R<7«lg* - Curtis St».r\ Stubbs, of Sumter, etaAe treasurer, Manley Jfnkins’ larcPny-and Mrs. Peter Bronson, of Orange- *)tn f* harris and Ray burg, state chairman of education. t,0Uflfb’ l8I(eny-It was decided to erect a marker 1 Giry Gordon- murd*r’ Beaden in progress here. The presentment I C harles J. Hill, Miss Rebecca Wise, was handed in yesterday morning Herman Hahn, Mrs. C. A San-and chiefly stated that an auditor Idmi ar>d Miss Janie Frazier and oth- tile MU of th. b.Ul. of H.o.y , Ora'w^    Luh.    ’    «.    .ud*    v^iou. j«    WU,    mm*. Hill in J.*ro.r    ___Thomas and Bettis Htward, vioUtion houaebreaking $22. 48 Willie Garvin, Giddy Hwamp, acres, $37. . B. E.„ Gunter, Giddy Swamp, 524 acres, $118. Farmers Loan Co., Giddy Swamp, I lot, $35. Isaiah Steadman, Giddy Swamp, 50 acres, $39. Estate Willis    Seigler,    Millbrook, 3 acres, $10. Estate Kale Marion, Millbrook, 33 acres, $25. Wagener Real Estate    and    Guar anty Co., Aiken, IOO acres, $38. Estate George Oakman. -Millbrook, IO acres, $20. S. G. Peg*.    Ai ken,    IOO    acres, $42.60. Lee Courtney, Aikefe, 244 acres. $123.50. Land told to other parties, D. R. Rouse, Aiken, I    lot,    $111, sold to D. Rn Rouse. Tom Corley Hill in Jasper county,    and a com-,    .... .    . m it tee has been appointed to report pr“ lbl[10” **Wl on the cod and location at the aute    u muni aga, convention.    ;    and    larceny. Miss Marian Salley, of Orangeburg,    BettIS Hampton' munifr- state historian, urged the continua-    ')sMe B*ack and "m’    johnson, tion of the historical work, and Mrs. I    r^eny’. 0. D. BUck, of Johnston, past aute :    Johnson*    murder’ president, presented the constitution ' ",dar(i and ^'-v IT1 ti Ii pa, and by-laws, asking that    these be fol-*    ar^*ny’„    , lowed to the letter and    in all U. D.    ?USwU    Able’    bi,ftmy’ C    j    Geo. L    King    and    L. C. Jones, lar-' Education wa* emphasized and tJ»*re,;y “dfrabbery-continuation of the scholarships The presentment in full reads: To the Honorable H. F. Rice: We, the Grand Jurors, for Aiken County, South Carolina, wish to submit the following presentment: We have passed upon all bills which have been handed u» by Solicitor B. D. Carter and in so doing have exercised our best judgment. An auditing committee has Seen appointed to secure the services of es and otherwise assisting with de tails of advertising the campaign and in the awarding of the prizes. Second Grade—Ruth Day. Ruth Piper. t Third Grade—-Dewey Holsenbake, Odell Rodgera, Wilson Fulmer. Fouth Grade—Mattie Lou Funderburg, Sallie Piper, Gertrud* Rodgers, Hazel Stewart. Fifth Grade—Edith Fulmer, Edith Raborn, Sarah Day. __Sixth    Grade—-Irvin Piper, Blanche Rodgera. Mrs. Mattie S. Gyles has sold to    Grftd<,    _Franri, I)flV Myr. Mrs. Bessie C. Lunger, a lot 75x150 ^Stewart, John Piper, Cheeter Rod- ham, of Ellenton, long Icmler in Aiken county, William* For Con£- D« ‘mocratic LOT SOLD Ad* Brown, Atzilee feet, on the 1100 block of Colleton (    j    K*    • avenue, sale being mad* through j Highth Grade Fannie W, Du Boa* , Real Estate brown a certified public accountant to audit ft*rent f iroha*# price $2,000.    Ninth    Grade—Evelyn Antrin r I Willie’ Lamb, Violation prohibition \ th<‘ Va"°UB ',fficeS. * ^ CountT nnd    - ™m* donation of    this committee will look into this CHII DREN’S DAY AT    Perfect    Attendance- a rah Fill wa-    All    rhap-[    __    ,    ,    matter at once.    mer.    W    *    rd I a w Fulmer, Erline Pitier The courtesy extended to us while    PRESBYTERIAN    CHURCH    Ruth Rodgers, Announi followed that John F W illiam* had decided to run for the United States house of representatives und it was moved that the Aiken county convention endorse his candidacy. After hearing one objection several men heartily endorsed his #imdid*cy and David Polier predicted that Mr. William* would one day be called for a high national office. His record as a legislator and public servant was lauded by several speaker* and he was overwhelmingly endorsed when the motion was brought to a vote. I). W. Gaston, Jr., wa* elected to succeed himself aa chairman of the party, a* was W. O, Johnson when an executive committeeman was selected, Col. Sawyer Delegate complete all have ters were also urgtd to their old registration and papers accurate. Th* movement to match the $1,000 given by the Georgia U. D. C., to mark the Jefferson Davis Monioriai bridge over the Savannah river was endorsed, while a resolution was passed commending the work of Mr*. H. E. Gyles, of Aiken, chairman of j the Jefferson Davis highway memorials. Hall, violation prohibition jn ®**8^n bj <[ud8e H. F. Rice, So lienor H, D. ( arter, Clerk of (’our)    ‘ Sunday an appropriate Teas Abney, violation prohibition law. Burt law. Willie Lamb, assault and battery. Eddie Auston, assault and battery. Jeff Boyd, violation prohibition j law. Col, ( laude K. Sawyer wu nominated a- one of the eight delegates Hiles*ed Aiken county in th* coming Mate convention and the rule* of the party were sot aside in order that Continued on Page Four T homas T. Cushman, Sheriff J. p mon by Dr. Cha*. Chapin was preach. Margaret Piper. Howard and the entire personnel of pd to the children of the Sunday-! Total attendance for year 76 the Court has been greatly appre schoo! and music was furnished by    Average attendance 60. ciated and to them we wish to extend t-h** Sunday-school cheir, witfi special    ___ music. if. S. Rountree, A solo by Mins Bertie Wyman and Secretary, violin solo by Master Chester Magee with Mrs. Magee at the pipe organ. ! our thanks. ! J. R. Jordan I ipi-T, Hallie Piper, John Piper ■ I Colonel Sawyer might be elected by Edith Raborn, Guwsie Rodgers, Der ; ju clamation. The motion for selec- *er- (rude Rodgers, < heater Rodgers, ^ ti**n r“ a delegated stated that he had served his state and country well m war and peace and the convention unanimously chose him aa a Ti ligate. K.ght men were nominated for the Foreman May 6, 1930. JOHN F. WILLIAMS FOR CONGRESS Next Meeting In Sprin afield FIANO RECITAL FOR ST. ANGELA MAY 14 A Piano Recital will be given at The invitation of Springfield, preened by Mr*. Mike G leat on, to hold the next meeting there was accepted by the conference. During the course of the meeting, land, No. 56, 80 lh* members of the local Barnard E. St Angela Academy, Wednesday acres, $45.50, bought by G. L Toole. Be* camp of the Confederate vet** evening, May 14th at 7:30 o’clock rang were introduced and received by Miss Nancy Harley and Miss Mary much applause,    Ann Steadman. Among prominent women present The e young ladies have studied were Mrs. St. John Alliaon Lawton, earnestly the past scholastic year, of ( harleston, a past president-gen and have gone one step higher in the era!, Mrs. Tennessee Thomas, of acale of the fine Arts, and the mingled Bi iufort, stat* recorder of crosses, j symphony of ’color, light and shad* who made a report, Mise Zena Payne bursts into harmony of sound. God of Johnston, state recording sec re-1 is eternal harmony, and the works of A Chevrolet truck seized by the sheriff was offered for $375 to Leroy Galloway, of Langley. It was a 1929 model, six cylinder. MI35 HARPER TO WINTHROP Miss Rossie Harper went to Win tohrop yesterday to attend th** regular monthly conference of extern lion workers. The latter part of the week will he <n*frt hr Beaufort, S* Matthews and Orangeburg. Hi COTTAGE LEASED rn, it but. Mn. Edward B. McLean, of Washington* I) (’., who n now occupying the Gosh House on Hayne avenue for this Mason, has leased this bottle again for next Mason, lea** being made through Eulaiie Bailey A Co *nrT    His hands ar*-    harmonious After tho    meeting the    delegates • great precept to man is    to were driven    about Aiken,    making a    harmony, j visit to the garden* of Mrs, Sheffield This ii an age of material j Phelps.    gives little to the    other    art J. A resolution of thanks was ^re- ; music brushes away the dust of every -ented by Mn. Helen Sheppard day life. and frees our souls for at Nicholson, ckgiwnan of the commit* j least a few moment*, from the aor-tee, to the local Edward Croft chap did care* that disturb it. Muatr lifts ter, the pastor and deacona of the    our heart* to God, First Baptist church, in which* tfec The friends of the Sisters of conference was held, and to th • city ; Mercy are co rd rally invited to be of Aiken, for th* *ntertainm*nt. I present at the Piano Recital "" T Dur ban To I It*ad N embership Drive The (Ji.imiier of (.oninieic** vsi! I sfa^e its annual iiieinfietsliiji drive on I ii rn! ii v Ma v oth, w itll George \. Duriian. a- (opera) ( liairmait. I! c ann ii dues of the I hat,iller of I ornrneiM- are 'klO.tMI for iud iv idual md 120.00 foi corp" ratMHis How* ver, the i ow of firers of ti Chumix-t h i e niupi1 d out a large program for the v cai - u in and < onsdtler. ldv im ■ ie I linos ,*o»l i o-ojM-iatim on ll e part ■ thf* people of \ik'*ti Vs ill be needed this sear. Indi- \ iduals .1" ' orjun Ilion- will net b .....t-d to one rn>*rtitie(-flip. Hun vs ll I rf! ii I ge< i lo Ink a hi ■i .i- ("> ibb . in . :«J< ’ I bal the ut;'..! att in may be al V to I ii nu. e el! i ;cnl \ I ; \ kl ii. \ igorn . ■ rampaif ii vs ii . De Ira Ie on I lim - Lr., and <-ver\ i it)/' i will |>, given an otiiw rtunitv to j *»i rt the ( (lamlier of tjiHumen *• It is h*t| red that (be jreople of Aiken wo| pur a hearts rV sp* isv. am i wfirn called upon I v thf c<*mmitte will U* able to tai* rn I 1 dt AIKEN’S POPULAR SENATOR Overwhelmingly Endorsed by the ( iunlv Demo,; • r < vent ion ii) it* Se**i'iri Monday at Noon remaining "even representative* to the state convention. M. F. Bu--h, ■ f Ellenton withdrew his name as ,t rirSi'gatr and the rem a; TH?? J* were chosen by acclaim** n. with Mr. Bush as an alii mat* , I < eight selected were: Col. (’)ausb 12 Sawyer. Friew glad to cided ti h'tu-e OI mg ♦*Ioct made at . ention tlorscd I fire. M of v\ Dr * h < hi Were I he had de ai ted States in the com icem< ri* was f>crat :c ennui ngl>    «<n- the high of \\ ■rvod the people 'or • wenty two I>ut.he servant K J. Craig, John K, Sc Parker, K. B. Jack >n, O. I.. Weeks, and Dr Cafh delegate is * rate so a- to in u ,« ta tion at the ta * * ■ -Mr. Bush ge'tmg Martin wa deli, ; • 'if the credm t;.i!> . state gat1 cr mr Jacktnn Rrrotfll cid. I R k Martin, I G'een, an alter repre senior!, v jt h call. Mr I d r ii rove no ion wit -ac* for Conven- J -hr ti god offirft his f iff® a a ent rn 'it' fire Mr Wi to run for m". <• rat ne I u d tug the gov*-- moi *ship ar nj ar* gia,l to learn that h has made his derinif." B’S record "hows that. he has ne rerun for an ..(fir*, without being sue •esiful, w hi* h. iv a good >m*n for the future The Dueling adj ■ :tioni r ut The lei >« • ti re: feh-d ny Hon ii L. Whereas. It ha* Busking haw Litton was .r km af the •hat ;