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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - June 25, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                family in reads the Journal No Paper Published Jn this Locality Gtcuiationia AIKEN S County Survey Of f the Journal ancT Reviewer County CANMDATB FOR STATE OFFICES SPEAI TO PEOrtE OF AIKEN COUNTY Fine Meeting HeW at Aiken Court House Last Hearing Given CanoV Saturday cunjwMm day in Aiken rad ifett of the city and cotintr wme five hours of dkliTMW by the odd esndidattia The court house ww filled and the large audience gun the speakers a most attentive hearing CaptW M Smoak presided over the meeting Be called upon Dr P J McLean of the First Baptist church Who lead the meeting in at the of ray admi tion r felt that it would be at as is that of Governor do not know but that I would terred front making the race feel that such attacks wilidetei other good own froai offexin cannot understand what then what the critics say that will lifting rolina The courts are opt judges are ready toT sties and take out indictments continue to build insinuatio innuendoes from every stump them make specific HereMcMahan arose in ence saying I make the charge that a 20gaJlon keg of was hatfby Tom McCrea on th floor of a hotel while the bond offices allowed seven and a halfihhrates They occupied the morning session which adjourned at 1 p after dinner the candidates presented their platforms in twenty minnte speeches R E Gner special correspondent of theColumhia State the following synopsis of Mr Herbert arose to i the Why were jui wix wtrerfi afia toily physicists and six were posJbol wcevil counts to determinethe a young man in the audience at Smoak tempted to interrupt but the speak continueiniis At a pause the young man again arose and said After the lynching of the Lowman Negroes did you not write a piece saying Aiken county should be abol ished and annexed to hell I wrote nothing of the Mr Herbert replied I deplored the Aiken lynching as do the good peo ple of Aiken and Ill say here that I deplore it readily as anywhere Aside from this question by Joe Campbell Mr Herbert spoke without any interruption Night I candidates were invited to Langloy on Saturday night and about GOO people heard the candidates for Governor speak Their speeches were about the same ns delivered in j Aiken The candidates for minor offices merely introduced and did not speak Walter Baker culled thfc meeting to order and John E field introduced the speakers Pint for John J McMahan of Columbia the first of the gubernatorial candi apeak he goingon th after dinner rcccus candidates for other offices having spoken before dinner Saying thftt he was the first of the there being one or two others he took W W Smonk to task for having said it grieved his heart to nee men in authority derided and held up to criticism He said such action tended to arouse lawlessness and intimated it was akin ta treason I believe George Washington and Patrick Henry would have turned over in their graves had they heard such a statement in a paign I believe that year of the reign and that he would public cam this is the of Scipie make a better bishop even than Bishop Cannon I am running against the John K Hamblin R E McCaslan and Cip Four years SP your know there is rottenness Let us clean out the rottennesw and then let the offenders be There it Smoak replied These tactics tend to break down the morale of the people and encour age cannot have a good effect Make out your war rant and prove your charge or else they come with bad grace from you a candidate for Mr Smoak then replied to the charge that the highway commission was dominated by three members C E Jones John T Stevens and John W Grace Fourteen men are on the commission he said and for the three to dominate other 11 should make the gentlemen from Greenville ful how he decapitates men of such Is it fair to hold up to derision and scorn men who hnvo undertaken the greatest constructive wprk ever attempted in South Carolina he asked Hcjlhcn gave n road building in the stale mentioning part Anhton H Williams had played in act In upcnking on prohibition Mr Smonk wanted to know why it was that the wets were so anxious to have the law repealed if it was as inef fective as they claimed There arc women at this meeting today Would they have been here in the days be fore the prohibition law was passed The and the liq uor interests arc worried and that if the reason they are trying to break down the He said he was an advocate of the 601 school law adult illiteracy work and a compulsory attendance Inw He promised a fair honest sober business adminis tration if elected H William Taking up practically his entire 20 minutes with a discussion of prohrbi CRmc Aifcvft WWtc 141 Aiken personnel MSiited fey Hiss McMaster field nurse with the South Cirolthm UTabercutoiU Association has jtut finished a complete survey of tuber culous coihacts in Aiken County eal mltMtuig in chest clinic at Hemlth Department offices June 19 20 In makingthis survey of contactsr Ihberculoais death records for 102825 were used as a basis and families and1 other persons exposed to these caseS were invited to attend the clinic on the dates previously mentioned war pcrspat attended the were examin eel by If of Carolina State Tuberculosis Sanitar ium Of this number seventynine werewhite and surtyfour were col ored Sixteenof the number To porting for examination were listed as suspects and advised to remain constantlyunder their EXPERT Starting JmmH cotton 1a threatened boll weevito in COUNTY tin Urg Aiken County Appearance few days from all state indi great and will require a per sistent flght with quick Action to stay off ravagreii this pest r J fl Dean will be in Aiken begin ning Monday June to in with of C lies Gowan Farm thn Aiken Fertilizer Works in determining Boll weevil infestation in the county Mr Deari is being loaned to the county by the Planters Produce and Stor age Company of Florence and will be available to any fwrmcr who wish es to have him visit his cotton fields tbem fat bollSreevi make Ediito Academy Adds to Faculty to School Which Will 26t6 According to preliminary an lUKtncements Edtetp Academy plans to add attractive features to its regular work session One of If the addition of a twelfth grade and the other is special pro vision for students entering the high school with insufficient preparation The latter is to be provided by spec ial classes and attention to those Who are weak in one or wore sub jects The next session opens August 26 and present indications the enrollment willtoe much greatei than that of last year as percentage of infestation Dean Webb President and in Mathematics T J Anderson Prin cipal of boys and instuctor in History and sciehcc Principal of English and Bible Miss son instructor in English and for eign languages Miss Pearlc Guntcr nnd dircciftirRrliginun njr Miss Norine Brock girls and instructor in SUPERVISOR OF City Growing Fatt Ha ving Per Cent in Ten Years Suburbs Not Counted supervisor of census has re ported that population of thecity of Aiken is as compared with 103 on Jan 1st 1920 This shows a gain of in the past ten years and a percentage gath of 47 per cent This does not include the su burbs such as Sunset Hill or the Williams development If these were added Aiken would show more titan people jaf the county was found to with ks compared arrested tuberculus processes Aiken Countys health unit was tation Any farmer who will call for him at the County Tarm Agents of very much Weased with this clinic I fice CM sccure hig tiy since they believe that it will mean a still greater reduction in tubercu losis deaths in Aiken County which is already 10 per cent or more lower ing him to his farm and returning him to Aiken Farmers who are interest ed in securing Mr Deans servk should communicate with the Countv than the rest of the state as a whole Fftrm A offko and this m spite of Aikcns large negro population According to the official report from the State Board of Health the state of South Caro lina had as a whole deaths from preliminary tuberculosis of per hundred Ai ken Countys deaths from tubercu a schedule can be made up for next week It is now a proposition to either fight or lose with the cotton farmers and the Clemson Extension Service urges the farmers to poison thorough ly using the sweetened farms enumerated The unemployment in the county was reported Aikoni township including Aiken city was found to bo as com pared with in 1920 There were 402 farms enumerated Wards township was reported U20 208 farms enumerated was reported as as compared with in 1920 168 farms were enumerator Langley township was reported as ns compared with in 1920 38 farms were enumerated Tinpopulation of Shultz township including North Augusta Clearwater BulvtMlere Hamburg towns have been reported by the Supervisor of Sheriff Howard and deputies have Census and they show an Bcv J N Tolor is pastor of the church and spiritual advisor for the students Six Big Stills Seized Last Week been playing havoc with the moon lout hey having a population of as com pared with ten years shine stills in county and week account for six of them Near Granitcville on Sunday three i nril nrrels of mash containing about LharlCB J rilll Will There were 187 farms enumerated in thisarea The population of McTjer7 town ship showsa lossas the census of 1320 the population being Oil a compared with ten years ago 102 farms were enumerated Rocky Grove township was given a poplation of as with ten years ago There were enumerated j including JJontmorcnci village was reported as Census of 1920 gave the same township There were 282 farms enumerated Tabernacle was given a population of as compared with in 1920 229 farms were enumerated Rocky Spring township was re iiurUd as having a population ol as compared with ten 3 years ago There were 358 farms cnunieratcd Gregg Township including part of HI Vauclusc part of Granltcvillc and all 4 of Madison shows an increase the population being as compared with There were 77 arms V enumerated Langley township ley town and Bath town shows an 1 increase the population being as compared with in 1920 38 farms were enumerated from one gallon of molasses one 150 beer was found and 1 uvui uuv KOIIUII vi wnv losU of all forms amongst white and Uon f and d colored was only thirtyfour v j with an estimated populalion of thp On Monday a GO gallon rtill nnn I cotton is blooming it a much raorei nrnnru hllrrh destroyed death rate of only j mcthod to Calciumi 000 would 50 66 per hundred thousand ic DuRt whciww ran It has also recently been pubhshed be gccurcd to appy that bouth Carolinas white rate was the lowest of all the south destroyed nenr Keel Branch church Offer for Reelection i Mr C J Hill will ngnin offer for It who do not have machines to will either buy rent ir borrow n mn I chine nnd net busy efor it is too sUn tion Ashton H Williams the question fr lawlessness nnd revenue The coun try he said was losing revenues of ern states This is true for the state ax a whole but from actual death re ports and on account of active pre ventive Work Aiken Countys death rate from tuberculosis amongst the races is practically equal The ne dentil rate than the whites where as in the slate a whole it is most double j Mrs p H DC Vane hns vld to This is a very interesting fact inj Mack Onrlcy houand lot on New deed and should certainly demoni berry street Lot 54 by 122 with On Wednesday a big steamer outfit reelection County was destroyed in Regards hill This from this district At still waxof CO gallons capacity ISO of maun wtui destroyed Three Sales Of City Real Estate present Mr and Mrs Hill are mnkirtir a tfiur of the Northern states but the an On Thursday n big steamer of 200 jnouncfmont is made nt thin time so linns capacity WHK found on Tinkthnt friends will know his inten near Stringfellows mill f herr wan a mml valuable mrni lier iif thr minty On Kridny two tills wrndeitmy wns Chief Shnws rrrtk These stills were is this cnpaoity MrvitThis rfil The Curb Market Is Now Assured of Market Will U on Strtel Swimminc Pool fftf pond 1 000 The Chamber of Commerce has been very active in the past sixty days in an endeavor to create a Curb Mtirket for the City of Aiken be lieving it to lie most helpful not only to the but al furnishing n place for fnrmcnt and j trurk growers to dispose of vcgota lileji nml truck in the City of Aiken Xanuors in their slratc to Aiken and to Aiken County ja five room furchase price the value of continuing and sold by Florence Laird fmlml somo ing its Health Department which has realtor i undoubtedly demonstrated its value in the control of this one disease to The liquor was from the still properly run Mr Hill pUteil that would recently Ajrent and A K Lorenz met with I F Kthercdge re Mrs E V Balily of Birmingham has sold to Mr L B Jumper say nothing of tjphoid the house and lot Iwatcd at the cor malaria diphtheria and other prencr of Chesterfield trcet and Barn vcnUble diseases which annually Ukej well avenue now occupied by Mrs their toil of life and treasure Bush Announces the For House vtarteil in would not hns made ciinntv nic his district otherwise he nfTer fnr nflrcJimi Ilr 1 siiini and Aiken him of Ellentnn Hahn Sellt Big E Hcndrix Purchase price Mr M 000 Sale was by Mrs Fannie i th cil nn Frii1 ani1 jUuBose realtor pledge for the House of R r Mrs M E Chnfce has purchased Of VCment the old Ellison property onllorry Street frtm Mrs Holley Sal i hi i n I Hahn hns sold to the Atis not given lantic Bridge who have the con price administration ago when Goodwyn as chairman of the highway commis sion I said the new chairman should prohi Richards reappointed btlon law Carolinas part of Jone The governor saw the light I Jenvenuc would he he but H was not the light seen by WM of Tarsus And then enme the Iohcd Hr the pointment of John P Grace of Char He commented on Graces connection with the Cooper bridge nnd then turned his gun on the em ployment of outsiile lawyers for the tract for the Sand Bar Ferry Bridge JNegrO Drowned Ll barrels of cement This is a i fine order and shows what done by the local firms when they uo after Hahn asked the con Beech Island H preparation of the bill nnd the writ ing of surety bonds by members of the general assembly Mentioning Speaker Hamblin and R K McCaslan of the house nnd Tom McCrac soninlaw of the governor The name of Senator Jefferies was also mentioned in this connection J under the The governor wanted Mr McMahan sniii and he iid away with the budget commission and then Appointed Walter K Duncan of Ai ken to do the work at a salary Duncan was a knicrht could lw seen on ractors to do so Laborers and carpenters who desire work should call upon Mr H K He can be found at the Carolina approach to the bridge arry Howard Lotct Life WMJp j Found by Sheriff The following is a condensed tao ment of his platform i Strict economy in nil brsnchrs State and county itovrrniiient with impairing efficiency of partnientp An f our tax hurdrri liy prnpcrty hear it hike to finish certain that he has presentative of City Council Mr Hnrry President of the Ki and representatives of other and perfected pintle fur the establishment of the Market Thr Market will he erected on a vacant site owned Jiy the City on Newticrry Mreel mljarant to the olil Iutnji station and the swimming pool Inder the present plan the market will lu built out of funds j from thi City of Aiken Chamber jof Comnirce Kiwonis luh Civic i League Student Club U A R and Swimming Pool j Well Patronized Daily On A t rntiancr A Hundrrd Four About At m i n i tions of the law every hand He gave the figures POLICE BOOTH showing arrests for drunkenness in several South Carolina cities eight years ago nnd today the latter fiRur es showing lnrc incrcaso in each instance The SUFFERS ILLNESS The m Tin h the f gov E Tones thr crcnt hiprh pries governor wanted Duncan ns knicht of prohibition to morals f the country in mat abstinence iobriety Th ernor wanted IHincnn as of his conscience The d i only for things niiove 1 will not travel on the Sabbath iny but for yoars I he lravyieo in a pass I call this a immigration the rst Thecnn friends of Police Officer J j Booth will regret to know that youtn arc i suffered t L r drinking more than ever hf said claiming to have seen at Florence a croup of young people from Lake City nearly every one of whom was influence of liquor He promised equal enforcement of the law ti all if elected IIK C Blackwood Saying that the hill now the latt Ira C Black dedared that there was A while driving on Kichland avenue Monday niirht He had been to the Aiken visitinc and while on avenue sudden ly found that he could not use either his left arm nr foot was taken iiiiie is to hope that he is suffering irary c attend to Tt t nie Last Sunday ntf Howard was called Beech by the report thru a had en drowned in Town In company with Cor oner Tarver ihey wnt to the ee and found thtt the negro bail lot jlife while swimmini The drawn orcurred ahout 1 noon lint 710 for had beer made find The Sheriff nnd M Tarver a btat anri with a niaie wire lieirnr to for th In a short wns loi a innlly brought The body had n in tioi tire hfturs auce at the municipa d Inred with a ns Mater in durii four rnakiru i of day The wort 1 U C all of these or inilnriing the need of the nil Miiiket in Aiken planned to tie market the fall and in the mean Bailev Home M nif l AndersonStiafel Co Lowest Bidders No July Meeting Of Agricultural Club Graniteville Mft Co Sues S C Tax Com ire na ailow povemor couli do the law to proceed tinle hat the revenues from FLOWER SHOW AT SALUDA JayMac Company Sold to J E McElrath he er orifi was Suriio Walter Ho that court were rnditure liint fraui raciced K iirran fr d not sufficient to or unless it ap or inequality was Otherwise he should he taxation unrinsr practiced that The jSahiila i the main fen i ie c iwiil be x v the neeting i irht thi ad Ti Ernest Gardner Made President Harry Sudlow For County Commissioner rofr men i that A d f r an He   

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