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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - May 28, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                 Nearly every family in Aiken { County reads the Journal and Review.  She Journal anffjfebieit)  No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review s  Circulation in Ailten County  —  VOL. 60 NO. 22  AIKEN, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1930  $2,00 a Year—5c a Copy  COUNTY CAMPAIGN |  T ». HIGHWAY AWARDS  Rev. O. E. TeBow  OPENS ON JULY 30  EIGHT MEETINGS ARRANGED  S«t«» Year;» Putorate to !»• Col*. braird by Special Service* on Next Sunday.  Executive Committee Arrenfed for Short County Campaign of Four Weeks.—Fees for Hen ae of Repre-aontative* Raised  TO HELP AIKEN  U. S. NO. TS TO BE PAVED  Music Recital At  St. Angela Academy  Friend* of the School Enjoy a Delightful Recital Friday Evening.  AIKEN TOWNS AND TOWNSHIPS GROW  SALLEY AND WINDSOR LARGER  New Booklet To  Advertise Aiken  Th* Executive committee of th* Democratic Party which met at th* Court House on Saturday went on record a* be intr opposed to a long,  A Paved Rood to Charioeton Provided for, Including Twenty Miiea in Aiken County, on U. S. No. 78.  The state highway commission of South Carolina has gone a step fur  The members of the Graniteville Baptist church will celebrate on Sunday, June lit, the seventh anniversary of the pastorate of Rev. O. E.  TeBow. Special programs are being  •rrtnit,d for both    the    mornintt .nd    ^Wl*.Uh  ♦.thing MITIC.    At    th. morning     tbe  designation of other roads to be  _______ ...,    ..    .    ""*»    “™ 1 ""    <*'  th * “«• includHi, uylng which will h, hnrd  drnwn out    cnmpnign    thit rammer, and    jretttum will mil. '.lh. on th. dif-    , ur(a „j .od which rarf.ee treated.  not    only    reduced    the    number    of j * r * nt -  phM * 8 of     „     work  * ccom ‘    At the contract letting held in Co  campaign meetings, but shortened the*! P 1,8he<1 BfV ’  TeBou  during his j umbit  j t(lt w## |  a  nun,**,. roads period of the caanpaign to about I P a * to [ ttp ,n the     be    will     w m built or connections made  four weeks, .    f' ach 0 » *•    “ Yol|r    S *" ior     that will be of great benefit to Ai-  in the campaign of 1928 the can- ****  f  **** "T*  to     ken.  ... .    ’IT.    arranged for these meetings, and the *  didates were sent to seventeen meet-!    ,    A    stretch    of 17 miles.in Edgefield  tag. .ll over the county, bul thin  M  * br *"" n  “  b '»*    '“ rw * rd     «“ county on It. S. highw.y No. 25 will  yen only eight will he held. The * W|     " ol    Ml »     th |'     m,m     ai  completely p.ved yond from  ——r*'g" will open on July goth, i  r *  a  .    * **••'**.***» *••«. tut by ^    | u     Grrt'r.ville,    Asheville.  Where,,, in IM*, it opened on July,*"' ««£, *••«*“» ° (  | Gr»n | tavU^t>. tr .i,,.»,  18th.    :; h ”    nm    work    th«-     Tht    b , |anc , „„„  s No _ , 8i ln .  County Chnirmnn D. W. Go,ton |'  r ' c ow .crump ie . eluding 20 miles in Aiken county, 15 called the meeting to order and  1  Baptist church of Granite-  m j{ eg  j n  Bamberg and 29 miles in twenty-four executive committeeman     V * B ®     was     folded rn 1K4/, and 'lur-    Orangeburg and Bamberg counties,  answered to their names.     ,n,?    ita    bas  erected throe    is provided for, giving Aikrsn a paved  The Shaws Fork club which hasj buildiw *  Th *y  8I ‘*  now  completing  roa(1  * Charleston, never organized was authorized to  a  handsome structure, the equal of The surface treated roads provided hold a meeting at once, and to elect     an ^    church in the state, for a town; for include the 51 miles from Sand  officers, and a member of the Exe-1 the     « w    of ( ^anDeville, at a cost    Bar ferry to Allendale, on the Eilen-  cutive Committee    130,000. Half of this amount has j ton road, connecting with the state's  The mutter of r.mp.ign    mating,    ^en r.med ,ince Mr. TeBow ha. bee,,    „ at , m ,  (lvine virtu .„ y  .  pav , rf   whs d„cu,Md at length K. J. Crnig, f*-"    *“    *“*    ‘‘""I    '    ,     ,r ™ «* ■""« “  ♦    -.1    j    •     in  ‘»28 there was a membership of  anf r to .Savannah also to Charleston  of Warrenville, expressed an opin-    ,    .    .     in(1 10  • a ' 8nn » n * * lS0  to iviarieston  ion that .1 was not    right    to    have    as     4 '’ 6 '  but the churrh hH * * r ° Wn    via thi * F>ute. A connecting link of  i    ...    steadily under his leadership anti    surface^treated road will also join  many meetings as usual, as neither ,    ,    ,    .    ..    ,     ,unnn ir * aI< 11 roa<l WUI also  J°' n   .    ",    ...    .    .    now boasts of a membership of 6.5. the state svstem at Barnwell  the people or the candidates, were in    ,    I.    “    .    TTT    we sine s>s«m a. nam wen.,  ,    ,      s __  w  ,, | During his pastorate the sum (if    Surface    Work  $27,500 has been raised for current The surface treatment schedule inexpenses and benevolence*.    dudes:  Mr. TeBow is a native of Alabama Aiken—A section of Route 19 graduating from the Normal school of from the end of present surface  county A sec-  Alabama. He also graduated from lion of Route 28, to the Barnwell the Southern Baptist Theological county line, approximately 20 miles. Seminary.    Barnwell—A section of Route 28  Ile went to Graniteville from La- ^ r0,n  lbs Allendale County line to Follette, Tenn., in 1923. He has been the Aiken County Line, approximate  The pupils of the Music daaa of j Saint Angela Academy gave a very pleasant hour to their friend* assembled in the parlors of the Academy last Friday evening.  The pupils from the beginners to the more sdvsnced evidenced the careful training they had received, i The final number, (larnavai de  Chinquapin and Hopewell Township* Show Increase in Population Since Last Census.  The Noel Presa Now Preparing Copy foe Tourist and Shopping Guide. Public Asked to Assist to Back tka Proposition.  LANGLEY ELECTION IS MIU AND VOID  CONDUCTED ILLEGALLY  iv    .    .« a, ... ...    „    have just been reported  Venise, rendered by the Misses Har  The population of the rural sections of Aiken are being reported from time to time, and the count in Chinquapin and Hopewell townships It ia grat-  President B. C. McLean and the board of directors of the Aiken Chamber of Commerce desire to announce to its members and to the business interests generally in Aiken, that they have accepted the offer of the Noel Press, of Charleston  IF copia Allowed ta Vote Whoa# Na mas Were Note on tha Club Roll, but Qualified According to Opiate* of Managers.  was much applauded and th** performers highly complimented for their talent and rendition.  The following ie the program:  A School Dance—Sonya Harris.  Elves at Play—Rosamund Durban.  Duet, Keeping Time 1 —Marguerite Th-ma*, Margaret Fitzpatrick.  Shepherd's Dreaifi—Evelyp Goodman.  Duet. Call to Arms—Frampton Durn, Rosnmund Dothan.  .... ..     ify)nif    to    thi(    b0(h    of theM  .nj New York, lo prep.,- on. of IU  Ify,    Mtlfi    and    Cunningham    ,    ,    popular Tourinta and Slioroinir  ‘rural sections show an increase,, 1  ’  whereas in other portions of the I  ( ’ uide ®'  for fomin * * a * on *  Un * Stale practically every rural report ? der th ’’ r»*n devised the business in-Shows a decrease, The tendency  t< '" sU W ‘ U have th « » dv »^age of everywhere is for the towns to show  b * ,n * * l,lp to mak «*  a dirpft  an increase st the expense of the ^ ^e tourists and winter residents rural districts.    |    through their advertising In the  I booklet,and st the same time con-\ tribute toward a ‘publication that will set forth the advantages of Ai-  The town of Salley, with a population of LIU, has .TI more inhabitant-than it had in 192Q.  The to’vti of Windsor incremat’d from 10.1 to 124 during the 10-year  The Dragon Fly—Margery Toole.,  pfr,od *  Norwegian Cradk Song-Nell H. Chinquapin township, Aiken coun-Townsend,     t F' including that part of the town  Valse Pspillon—Virginia Hinson.  ,,f  ‘ Mo, ' ,,tla in Alk, n  '  ,lln5 >‘-  JurnIH * d   The Fain-Barque—Elirabeth Sum-  frnm m to m per8Hn *-  There   v     were    129    farms enumerated.  Wayside Chapel-Jesnnette Melfi.    township, Atkcn county,  ken. There will be no solicitation of funds for a booklet for this sea-'‘on, as under the arrangement made with the Noel Press the chamber of commerce will he able to secure an ample number of copies for distribution.  It will be an official publication, }*-<ied under the auspice' and stt-prmsioii of the chamber of com  Du*. Coon try Duct—Kell Town- inelndir.it Prrry town, inrr,»,J frnn,  mme    jL ,     blkll    commit .  -end, M.nery Tool,.     ;     1,133    to    1,318.    There    were    171    ;    ^  Emily  favor of a long campaign. M. F.  Bush, of Ellenton, expressed similar , views. A motion was offered that the number of meetings be fixed at  eight, and that a committee of five     4   with secretary he authorized to  ar . that state, and aho received a degree; treatment to the Edgefield  range these meetings. The chairman  in  “Education” st the University of line, approximately 6 miles, appointed the following committee:  Dr, J. I. Green, of Bath; M. F. Bush of Ellenton; O. L. Weeks, of White Pond; H. S. Poole, of Salley and E. J. Craig, of Warrenville.  The opening date of the campaign  do ‘"*  8  wonderful work and is be- hr ll miles. A section of Route «M is fixed for July 30th. The time  loVrfl and  reepected not only by hi* -    Barnwell to Route -8. approx-   ISJ-.AU .I.3».    members in Graniteville, hut by j tn»*l*ly -I miles.  for candidates to file pledges, which ends the day before the campaign everyone in the county who know him. j  kv.U-Lst July 2Ulh. al 12 M. !  It was moved and carried that th* a -j p    j    .  Stable I or Ill I ct. rn Aiken Co. Graduates  weigher at Wagener, be put in the primary. This was carried.  The question of financing the cam-  Edgefield—A section, of Route lh from Trenton to the Aiken county .line, approximately 4 miles.  Tuesday, June 3rd, Winthrop col-paign this year was then discussed.     w m    diplomas    to    a    large  There are such few office! to be fill-  |p . w j UJlting c i ags<  Among the graded, that this question is a serious  ua ^ s from county are .  At Winthrop College  Rmd off . £er  ^  Charged With Assault  Violin Solo, Garden of Roses Roper, Pianos Louise R per.  Distant Bells st Evening—Celestine Fitzpatrick.  Meditation—Martha Sancken.  Moonlight Serenade in    Venice—  Bertie Wyman.  Narcissus- Dorothy Pvches.  Valse in E-Flat—Pamela Cunning ham.  Toupee Valsante—Loui-* Roper.  I’m* Petite Histoir*—Rowe nudnick.  Love’,* Pleadings—Tillie Harris.  Duet, The Witches’ Flight -Rose Rudnick, Tillie Harris.  Quartette, Carnival De Venine— Nancy Harley, Louise Roper, Jeannette Melfi, Pamela Cur ’singham.  Aiken Seeks Pythian Convention  A Number of Delegates Attend Convention in Columbia  farms enumerated  Hammond Towndim, Aiken county from 2,560 to 2,754 during the 10-yoar period. There were 334 farms enumerated.  The Noel Press specializes in community publications and    resort literature, and ha* a well    established  method of distribution    through its  New York and Washington offices Mr. Noel, who is well known in Aiken. is an experienced publicity man, and a specialist in winter resort busi-noHi. He was for years Southern —    manager for The Spur and Golf II-  and deputies ac lii.wlratod. He is now acting in tha: large wtill*    last    mpacity for Travel.  one    man behind    All those interested    rn advertising Aiken in the proper    mantid. umi  Three Big Stills  Seized By Sheriff  Sheriff Howard counted tm three week, and placed the bars,  On Wednesday a JOO gallon ntill who will benefit by increased tour was found ut Barnet tv pond un the Vt trave] or a larger number of win Ladle bridge road. 2,OOI) gallons of ter re-wtents are aaraeaUy requeue-m.a-h was destroyed This was a to support this publication in tht good copper outfit, but wa not in measure of their ability, with the a*  Skin Flint** OTI A—LL Cl .tibia  vc-! with  alien  one. The only contests in the county this year are for House of Representatives, District Commissioner, constable at Graniteville, cotton weigher at Wagener, and magistrates in the ;  Miss Jane Theresa Woodward, of Aiken, who receives the A. B. degree.  Miss Thelma Redd Cook, of Wagener, A. B, in music course.  Miss Florence Elizabeth Croft,  A preliminary will be held at the Aiken Court House tomorrow at IO a. rn., before Magistrate E. L. Willis, on a warrant ifsued against Road Officer Claude Redd, in which he is 'charged with as*anlt and battery, on  operation, tin Thursday, at  the river rn*#* LU**  steamer outfit was d 1,2'M) gallon* of beer.  On Saturday, a ISM w as de tToyed* neat I' ne I,ug br w ith fid gallons of to i r. ami five lions of whiskey. This -'ill wa era’, *n and Hollis Redd was rested. Two operators made t escape, but they an known, *ti'i  various district*. Fortunately there  bacht ., or deKree in  Home Economic'  tlu ‘ > K ‘” on of  Crawford  , ' r ‘ co -is on hand the sum of 1571.00 oar-!    _    j * Su " d8 y afternoon Mr. Once   cours€ -    was stopped by Mr. Redd near  Miss Rebecca Youngblood, of North Gloverville, and was charged with Augusta, bachelor degree    in    ' speeding, and a 810-00    band    was re  quired. Some miles up the road Mr.  , .    .    At    Glady*    Lucite    Bush,    of    Ellen-! Grice and Mr. Redd became involved  trict commissioner was reduced from    ,    I  ‘ton, certificate in business    course.    Un an argument, and    it is    alleged   -—    that Mr. Grier was struck in the face  by Officer Redd.  v   I course.  ried over from the campaign of 1928,  The fees for the House of Representatives were increased from ^anomic* course. $25.00 to $35.00. The fees for dis-,  Mjgg   $75.00 to $50.00, as the term of this office baa been reduced from six to four years. Constable at Graniteville will be assessed $10.00 and cotton weigher at Wagener, $10.00. The fees for magistrates are: Aiken, No.  I, $20.00; No. 2, $5.00; No. 3, $10.- gj x  ^j r j g 8 j x women  from Ai-00; # No, 4, $10.00; No. 5, $10 00, £ oun ty  w j|j attend the State No. 6, $5.00; No. 7, $5.00; No. 8, g bor ^ Course at Winthrop College,  To Attend Short Course At Winthrop  STANSFIELD ORATOR AT  JUNIOR ORDER MEETING  Messrs, H. E. Gyles, P, F, Hender-■ and Ernest I,, \ i n. Pa  f  Grand Chancellors, J. L. McCarter, Chairman of Ways and M*ans Committee, I be airt-ted. an i W. M. Euliank', I' K Staubes.    Still Seiird Monday  II. C. Hahn, J. E. Thorpe, and C. Lee  !  Monday, the 'Sheriff and der itic-Gowan and B. F. Etheredge, deb gat G-eb.t ! and de-tt-M' l a 200 gallon es, left yesterday morning for Co- still Liar Kadle's bridge, and five lumina to attend the Grand Lodge,    vats of    mash. The plant was    a good  Knights of Pythias of South Carolina,    one with a deep well pump.    It was  Aiken always sends a large dele>tnot in operation when seized, gation to the Grand Lodge, and an effort will be made this year to bring the 1931 session to Aiken, Ernest IL. Allen, Secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, will present Aiken's invitation for next year's meeting.  P. W. Townsend, Chancellor Commander carried a number of candidates to Columbia la-t night where  i plain n men.  * plate  the Knight Rank  Negro Held For Murder In New York  Chief of Police Kibhr oil Sunday received tic* following telegram from officer- in New York: "We have un der arrest here George Graham, lie conferred alias George Heal, negro, believed to  durance that the work is in the hamb *tf a competent and reputable cen •■em, and mo;"'* Iv supeevr-t-tf bv ti**.  officer- * • tin* Chamber of Com no rce,  Mi Noel who is stopping at The ll >te! Henderson, will personally ex he proposition to 'he business However, those who contemns mg tow ii and desire to be represented -ll thip booklet should get in touch with him, and he will Im* glad to call and explain the proposi-t ion.  “POPPY DAY * IN AIKEN  Tomorrow Everyone is Expected to Wrar One of These Flowers  Tomorrow will be "Poppy Day" in Aiken. The wives of the T*egiou naire- will put on the ale, assisted by a number of the young ladies of  the city. Everyone is oxpecte wear one of these flowers.  The in ney removed from the of these flowers will In* used to  port a little girl with tubereu who is the daughter of a w<  I to  side  LIP  OMI,  rthv  June 5th to 13th. Those chosen t  M  $5.00; No*. 9 end 15, $10.00; No 11,^110.00; No*. IO and I *. $10.Od;  re p rf . scn t, the county are aa follow! No. 12, $5.00; No. IS, $5.00; No. |    Williams .Salley; Noomi Fill  14, $5.00,    mer, Gloverville; Susie Garvin, Nev  Campaign Meetings    ll Hand; Virginia Hollins, T-ilntim  The committee appointed to select ^ tb<d  the places for the eight campaign meetings mitt after the Execute Committee meeting adjourned,  agreed upon the following:    •    nit    v  WodmM.v. .lilly 30th. at ll A.    «•»=    »*'*    "  —Ellenton, for Silverton, Ellenton. .    "7™    V    ” " •  _ , .    ,.    . ,    j other two delegates will he cl  Hawthorne-Talatha district.    i  "    ,    ,    u'-,—«♦ within the next few day-  Tuesday, Aug. 5th—Wagener, at__  ll A. M., for Wagener, Hailey and j  Jackson . and M Lee Hallman, Monetta, fr n girls’ clubs. Mrs. N. K. Gan::  r  j ij'-tta, Mrs. Vance Livingst *n, Kit lings Mill, Mrs. B. T. Hojman, Kit  Perr^ district.  Saturday, Aug. 9th—W lid ll A. M.. for Windsor and Pond district.  NEGRO FOUND DEAD  White The dead body of Bob Sin ! was found in his home on the  Hon. John Iv Star.-field, motored to Marion yesterday and delivered an address before the members of the Minion Council No. HTV Jr. O. C. A, M . at its regular meeting held ia t night.  \    nttr-mbi    i* * I  visitor and he delivered "ne of hi' usual inter***ting addr*- * Mr. S tan s Ii eld is State Vie*' Councilor if the Junior Order.  V arrenville School  Holds Exercises  Successful School Year Ends on Fri-dav Annual Address Made by   0     i    Hale.  in the Grand Lodge by the splendid  Knight Rank team f- *m (iran  ii!  Imdge.  wanted for murder of a woman I/egionnaire.  DR BOOM! GO! * IO NI VV YORK  Dr. I.. I). Boone  v  * * iv Yi>rk w here hi’ x weeks. While th port graduate work I niversify, Now Y* r!  Dr. T G. Brooks w o' the    Jariri  absent <■  Mi- Dixie M '  ‘ it Ute f leu It. left ■ cr home .it N »rer  ll aves will -pi re he fit  City ill I...  today f ■ml ahoI  Graniteville seveti ago. Do you want hi rn* ii a*• Iv.''  i lief Kibb-r ha c ■ he .Sheriff' th re an . be found of any fugiti ■■if * Graham or Neal that if am la I• call \ ken r iiinty to pica-K l*' . r  She--*!! ll >v  nine v. arg Mrs. \\ M. Hmoak is chairman if Mix me 'n I the Aiken committee, unde? 'ii* an-.  I pices of the \iken Relief S x’lety.  ired with  The County Board of Education heard a protest from Langley, Monday afternoon, charging that the school election held at Langley and Bath on Tuesday, May 20th, was irregular, and asking that the election be declared null and' void. After hearing evidence from several witnesses the Board found that tho election was illegal, aryd another election was ordered.  The election wa* culled to elect* a trustee in the place of J. M. Bryan, whose term had expired.  The main c hangs* made wow that several people whose names were not on the dub roll were allowed to vote at Bath, and that at Langley a number of people who were qualified to vote were not permitted to exercise their rights.  (teo. R. Dillon, of Langley, presented a number of affidavits from citizens who were denied the right to vote, whose name- were not on the club roll, but otherwise qualified.  W. W. Wall, manager at Bath, explained the actions of the manager* at that box, and said that some people who were old re-idents of that town, whose names were not on the club roll, were permitted to vote under protest.  E. P. Henderson, Jr., of Bath, testified (hut the election at Bath H ts conducted regularly, and he thought thai everyone who voted was qualified to do so.  Bart Beard, of Langley, in a vigorous tatement aid that he knew of a number of people who were dia-franchised, and that it was a shame not to ullow people to vote who were entitled to, Mr. Yaun. of Hath. mnd° the sam* complaint, that some people were allowed to vote, white others Were not.  C,.,, til!]..ii asked that the protest* *'(I ballots be thrown out, or the en-  ’ re election    de flailed    null and  v old.  The Board, which is composed of Supt, of Education Smith, Dr. R. L. Dennis, of Langley, ami Dr. A. A. Walden, of North \ug’ista, conferred with the county attorney, and they came to the conclusion that there were irregularities, and ordered a new election.  The following was the result cf the election.  I angle  W. W, Powell    I HG,  J M Bryan    32  Mrs, (' N A lion    I !  i'apers N Jones    23  The confusion over wa- caused by the Vagueness of the law. An Act of the legislature provided for an election in School Dis-trict No. lit*, "under the rules and regulation of the Democratic party." The club roll of 1U28 was used as the only one ' available. There are many people in Langley and Hath qualified to vote, either by I-tv.mirv i*f age since 1928, or «• ’.i'd.-h  1  s legal ri -id*nee names could bt  Bath Total 7    143  91    123  77    118  2    25  this election  LOADS CUCUMBER CARS  Bt ai k vil !»*  Ml'kf  ment  CONVICT CAPTURED  Dr B<  n Sat ii . Ga.  First A Year  world’s  ukes.  Shi  w a I pet * n but [i *1 i a! it  un ord auth sri pie alb  ii in th cr, yet th* rally add* I I nt I the Lr rmbte law f tv, complies  The only way then  added to the Sd re'  *f ",t judge * f com ." This v. a- ii t ti m  ed to '.ote, who wen opinions of the man names had not bee  rn.  a rn*  botts  Next w<  of buy* cd t i I  ll b  Tuesday. Aug. 12th—-Langley, at hart place in the Talatha se* ti »n  Langley, Bath,  7 P. M,, for Gloverville.  Saturday. Aug. 16th.—Jones (’rn: Roads, at ll A. ML. for McTier, Nos I and 2. Ward®, Nos. I and 2 dis trict  Tm sday. Aug. 19th—North \ i gusta, at 7:30 P. M. for North A* £usta. Belvedere aud Clearwater.  Saturday, Aug. 23rd—Graniteville at 4 P. M . for Graniteville, Vauclus* ami <rrenville.  Monday, Aug 26th •* A sen, at • P. M.  J TEER WONT RUN FOR  GOVERNOR. ILL HEALTH  and tv - duesday, aft* r the negr* dead several days. He wa-alive on the Saturday !>  doctor’s examination show* darkey died from natural c  no inquest was held.  •em* nt it the  es, Fr audit**  was the pre  CITIZENS COMMITTEE TO MEET  r HURSDAY NIGHT  Suggestions To Keep City Clean and Pretty  Tim  acute rat  RURAL CARRIERS TO MEET FRIDAY  l h* Arn rd Meeting af th*- Bur. Carriers as*o«4ation will be held Aiken **n F tinlay. May 30th, at I" a. rn. After the burines* meeting .< backet picnic will be enjoyed,  I Every carrier in Aiken county urged to r,p,M* t» Aiken on that *)»' and bring his family. Of course  Governor Thomas B tier, considered a probable cand)  for governor, ha* announced he don’t forget th** pier. c bi ii not seek the office He gave *11    _    > f top ’.» ? t* ;  rite as the cause     !     c    ie up for consider  Louvrns jJack Gr Jack son pard, Ce  k* and An  Clift  rd Bel ry.  ■ Clceltey, Eden ft eld, ay. Carr -ll ll r .thy I -« ■ii Parker, V Gen Turner  i y f j (  D « r Roll  (uh  Josie lo »k. Ext.*  • let S*  Eva  Rut Le* . IS  ■a Wei  A in* I bin -d,i*  liv die* of  mutt* w.ll aul ■I k the  arc i cml! «**!•[* Dbl  of th# ( I  I *>u  <>! I!.- I Its/Oft- < .o  * I". Q.I* J' 'th. .ii .    ;u  . Hr Ii ' Al fu*an. (  « rum it t * ** I * * .Lit- **  ■I I,. 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