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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - July 2, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina in AltM readr Journal and Review f VJL v Paper Published Locally Equals the journal and Reviews Circulation in Aiken County IT n 8 PAGBS CDfTDWIAL AIKEN S TOY 2 1930 ON SUNDAY Jtoont Calvary Latheran church was tart Sunday and about a thous aad jpvopte gathered at this church to Joia hr the exerciBes Services oeeupied the whole day beginning With Bible Schoollcsson at followed by a addresses at HO At the ministers council nten and choir assembled in ves tibule for the procession for the di service at Hjockiek to hear the sermon by Rev C D president of the A taken at tmtil or dinner which was served church grounds was hfildatr made by visitors from nearby towns Mr G H Ballentine brought greetings from was formally or ganized on February 21st 1830 when the first church building was dedicated The building was started in the fall of 1828 It stood near the Huiet place on the south side of William to Register Who FHends The object of thw communication is to interest you in signing the Club Boll Every roan and woman intend ing to vote in the white primary must sign the Club Boll before the iast Tuesday in July I am especially interested in this because Aiken Countyhas a large and it is very material to the success ofmy campaign that my friends sign the rolk or theycannot I will thank my friends to see also hat otherswho may be more or less sign the iolls I do not thinkthat the Congress man when he goes upon the stump will deny that tariffs or congressional CONTRACT WAKREN HOI COST ABOUT Two Coimcfe Escape From Gang No 2 ten Contraction Given Contract for Start BtiOnce A contract hasbeen let to the Northeastern Construction for the erection of the Warren home to be erected on the site of the Black Stables months ago Mrs Warrenpur chased the halfsquare of land from Vr Thomas Hitchcock known as the corner paying about for this Archi ects been preparing plans for he building for some months and a contract has been let for the work Both Court at Term of 12 Mouth and Frank Afcney two convicts ua chain gang No 2 BAKNWELLLINE FROM MONTMORENCl AutboriMd by Commiuion for Other Work Triday Coot mcti taxes put upon farmers of moderate to circumstances with a family of five I The building when completed will be one of the show places of Aiken arid itis stated will cost in the neigh borhood of or pay on an average of to a year on those articles necessary for his home and arm T do not think will deny when he comes before you that dur ng the period from there was an increase over a prior period of the same length in the prices of farm necessities running from 33 to 80 per cent These figur es arc cited to show you the import ance of your registering so you can vote if youbecome interested in the nnc JJLUVX nil uie 9UULII alUU Ui Jthe Edisto about from the present church building iUrst in fiturcs Hkc thcsothat do not bclkVP Congressman In 1837 another building was erectnot cd near the cemetery on John Kroks deny l wnnt to Siy this lands This building wan dedicated iyou now lf Alkln wi rKs on July 5th 1837 The third build ing wccted in 1870 and the present building a beautiful brick structure jc erected in 1927 This In a large j fact Uwt jtcr nnd give me that vote that I have Cpivinx day for Columbus where she will bicth uu State com J D Bril esiaped late 1 Iusson authorized the buildingof Wednesday afternoon and ddHional miles of concrete yet been Jang involving some working about five milee southeast I secton ha particular concerns of Runs creek count s US Route road These convicts f were driving Mohtmorcnci to Bnrnwell wheelers and the place where theIdaywas loaded and the county line Contract Let dump they abandoned their machines andfled to the werei e Commission last shackled and had bn stripes kt a number of contracts work over the State the con VJI mni I Sims was Jan lhc State to a very large ilDSO on a charge of larceny ind i given of twelve months He is described feet tall weight 1BO pounds 21 years old and has scar under leftjeye He is convictedat sum money The indudwTabout JGOi l of surfacing nnd the cpnstruc of several bridges the cost be Wy term a charge of er Mr Ben Gardner Enroute she spent Sometime in Asheviile N the guest of Miss Emma Hard Quarterly Report County Health Department toitowihg bids were awarded in tenced to twelve months He is 4 Hlken county and feet and 0 inches tall weighs 145 pounds 21 years old and black L Alkcn cnunty for of 4 j foot spans to present bruitcc over Edisto river on route 1 R M Mitch Demonstration Witt Meet Next Weefc of Dutrvct to Meet Hotel A meeting of the Homu Demon stration Agents of the Central Dis trict of South Carolina will held at the Commercial Hotel in Aiken next Monday and Tuesday July 7th and 8ih The district is composed of the following counties Aiken Allen dale Bambergy Beaufort Berkeley Calhoun Charleston Colle ton Dorchester Edjrcneld Hampton Jasper Orangobnrg and This meeting has planned and called by Miss Bessie Harper JDis fict Agent for the presentation rf iho various projects of the Special sts tothe agents From these prb iects thc agent chooses those she will carry out in her county the fol owing year making up from them with theadvico of her County Cqun ril years program of work In addition IB agents as urn Lucia Porter Miss Margaret Martin Miss ElttaHeth McNab Miss Lulu Chriosman Miss Stella Gooch Miss Lottie Vaughn Miss Pearl Calvert Miss Caroline Alston Miss Ophelia Barker Miss Margaret Midirt Miss Isoru Miley Miss Marie Lambert JMm Winnie Ble Holilcn Mary Aiken county for construction of Htndcmon and Miss Elcunur Carson convened in CKSON MHHp ATTEMPTED ASSAULT Special Term of Crimmai WjH Probably ru Work A special terra of criminal court on Monday call ed primarily for thV purpose of trying Leroy Jackson charged ed criminal assault upon a young1 girl of GraniteviUe last May The indictment was handed to Brand jury and a true The defendant was brought into court but was wirhout counsel and Judge Rice presidingat this court appointed J B Salley and William1 Smoak to defend the prison er They asked farltime to look into the cfisc and the case was1 set for Seven indictments were handed U the grand jury andtrue bills returned in every case Five of these casciTwere disposed of day at noon and the jury discharged until this morning Veterday morning the case of W Johnson charged with blowing the nt the Southern freight depot vns called He was without counsel nnd asked for a continuance This case was set for trial on Ji vn 14 u I Ui k U It i1 U L U IH I yi v ni i iji vit tt VI J V HI II concrete bridgu over Horse crwk on ttniv the Winthrnp CaS sct l between Aiken nnd Autrnsta Tho juror M Mitchum Neeky Miss June Kethen S nnd Mrs Harriet nnd Mi Aiken eiuinty for pnving of giijis I nny L and lliirriitte Lay I am not overlooking men i women who have never voted for me Health Education ion of the countv and in lh f T ti v ILIII ij i an iiiiii UKuriuu Jbecn receiving in the part I will be I of the Health De llnilcr Browth thp sprayinx of Kennedv 1onds andlmpoumivd WllUrr IJarnwel and of men and Valley i we consider of paramunt unportnnre modem building Gothic and who havo tor mt During the quarter nine prepaid in the past have tuld me voluntarily J have bten made route 1 between LexingtjtiAi Agint md Assistant State ken county Augusta II Agent will he present fur the mnt ing form in style and cost about Hygirnic work thfe Thii for Ihis printed in pamphlet form and gives much information a historical na ture Among the from Aiken were Mr and Mra D M George Mr and D R George Mrm A D Hfoftnonrf Rev and Mrs K W Leslie Mr and Mrs T T Oushman Mr Robinson Mr G H Unl Icnlinc J P Howard nnd Mr Geonre Couch Uiat Muty this time And I would like to know i r j 1 i SC Viiool children altbough Rixtyiwvcn tills time And I would like to know i MTHUIFI cniiureii aiiaongn pro that 1 have die unanimous work nnd midwife control nearly as powiblc of Aiken Couni bave been prepared i accomplished innd puijlistied pertinent lo health ty m my new undertaking m vmliliu f vvro v I nets or conditioim One Uiouwincf there IB no reason why local in County and Stale and leaflet and namphleta dr itle of reinforird ertnrrele iiibei and steel over South Kiliito lntwi1n m ruid Milne Orlando fur quarter khooln of the nurwnm i t v i vlmol and rotito 0 from North t Randall Brothers Lodged In Jail Put up A Stiff Fight Threr Men I Wore Nccnuwry Handle Them i Tinrsvn on Hondny T C Weeks Montiiorenci H E Holley R D Ciiuiiuey Uothrwck Hutler Mor ris M Littleton T Weather ford n J L P A Yatin Thos 1 Jlovcr Alvie Dimenn W A Parker Mvlvin Brewer M and J O CninitiVille wilh uf pnihiliition law plead JKiiilly and was sentunccd to jiiiiiviis two niunthrMrpended dur iiur tool beliavinr ennmrk a Furniture Expert at Holley Co vi4 Howard Ycuri Experience tics may not be wiped en Uy upon Che new field of cndenvor mads with a new laVe I have no maliee for any man in Aiken County politically or irirnr rr the i enemies who think they injure me i j when they tell people from dher Counties thnt 1 will not even carry Aiken County when I know nnd many who reid this know I of 25 jhurhrdt of men and women In Aii T were found defective wj These were carefully UjtJl sebeted dcallne with particular flftv Koad Surfncini company rested at tiieir bonw near WimUor Sundny tnorninit npcrinl dcpu tics Claude Hodil later Albert Ireen charged with larceny plead guilty He will health needs or general preventive spot maps or the location of epidemic nnd reportage in the county haw also been kept for his numWr hihitson in the office CommunicAblc Control Miuvt important our f nlso eivvn nnd fifty were exam n i f Hen flonnett iinsiflert liv Mrtir strntel Ramberc Colletun and Knmptun L V A warrant wav s iountles for tieutltuiit f Iv ivmtiitt uiiiini miles of routes III and tU Hani is Aiuy tth Mien to found defective with six ilefeits and defects were in CliArjfe ken Ciiinly are to vote for j Ihis ycnlMint never did My i inthiirity for ntinr this i the fnv o land valuntary of them nJ Hut the p tint I want In impress j the of eifninn the Huh Mr David II Howard of a furniture expert of lwenty1 years experience has accepted a sition with the Hnllcy as furniture salcsmnn spent ono vcnr at the Furniture u Point N jwill he disfranchised and not able t which mnniifniture the hiphost cralc Mr H war rvery man lie Continental fure the Tuewiay in Fitly or you lvoik has i ly IJt hnviin b ed by physicians nnd this ilcpaftmenl Ten cars municaWi disease nineteen visits re in no control inylituled Kleven looked after diliirint dred fiftysix aNn I aliM Iriid for Inreeriy it beinc KI a riiur and 510 from Kali Lotf of fuiind tint fciliiiy Ulilker and Herbert Kirklnml roh Tliey iryrle nd iruilfy nnd ill i of bed room mile Later ne woiXedj with J Robert Wood N j Cherry at Sinntor and i later with the Clarendon Furniture i at j He know the furniture businei m all its and would be plad to have people of the city Call upon him for advice In this ronrrrtion we call aten tion to the July Furniture fnlc nounced in tlii ui A special count will be offered hiring this Mr Leon Hoiley w1 thv Faithfully Join F Williams HOLIDAY ON THE 4lh At Noon on Friday Nol xaniinatjutis were twcnlytwo milk anaiy fiftynne lirianlyses and n nuni cf other eollictcd or examined during quarter Specific prophylaxis has of eifrhtythree Mnailpox v nd j Wy the undorsiiTncd acroc to keep nr Fibres OJKM all day in Wedius niy July J and lo close our stores L oclock on Friday July 4 Hnhi Thorpes Store ninrkfts nicnth anil the ft jJcCreary J G McCrory stock must be reduceil to make room H0ij0y Hardware A P for tho nrw stock XPa Co Meat A Jt P Ten Those desiring will do Jrocery Catos well to call and inspVrl this The Fashion Store Infers class stock of furniture 1 preat reduction Talatha Darkey Leaves Big Estate The will of Franklin 1 ored 1 it J on Tune lSh has Probate and he cash in UK bank left a farm and TOO acrr Ftankiin and it is had mado rv such a larr lnnis Klectric S C Power Company ly A S Davis M Kudnick Hallman it Crawford Sol and Sam Surasky H W Ilotrtrs Old HIiahe Shoe Slvp Schro drrs irorery Ioweli will close all iav Julv tth CHAMPION TURNIP GROWER REGISTER FOR THE PRIMARY It i important that thr of liicoun ty who wish to vote in the coming primary register at once I he books will close on July 22nd so there is only about three weeks in which to do this The books for the Aiken hex Tire at the office of J W Ashhursts Instance Call at this office at once and sign the roll d to iill alternate Fuller liatidi Hyar rnnined Uplldd ti the law and to a I et wer tnl of fort m mad and we h n next year one of our In ion with I ompany Negro Hit by Hit And Run Machine MONEY FOR TEACHKRS MAILKD TOMORROW d antityphoid Tuberculosis work contml in has con fisted of the f 1 IHT the majority of whom wire ex amined at a twoday rliniv the pint of present number nine were positively w re is nis Thiei have been Innitii quarter aim ever ave inn homes Snnit A t ion Ecgln Audit Of County O f V V 1
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