Aiken Journal And Review, July 2, 1930

Aiken Journal And Review

July 02, 1930

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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - July 2, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina Nearly e.ery famjly La Aiken Cattie read*- the Journal and Review, VOL. 60 -NO. 27No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review'.Circulation in Aiken County 8 PAGES CENTENNIAL AT MOUNT CALVARY CELEBRATED OW SUNDAY Abo*! a Thousand People Attend Thane Historical Strvicat, and Enjoy • Fi«o Program, The Centennial Celebration of Mount Calvary Lutheran church was musl *‘*n the Club held last Sunday, and about a thous- i,uit Tuf‘Nl*y 'n July. and people gathered eat this church to join in the exercises. The services William* Urge* Voters to Register TW Who Would Vat. j,, Primly Mast Qualify To my Aiken County Friends. The object of this communication Jj to interest you in signing the Club Holl. Every man and woman intending to vote in the white primary mu»t_ei*n the Club Roll before the I am especially interested in this because Aiken County has & large vote, and it is AIKEN. S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 2. 1930 CONTRACT LET    c-*»    CONCRETE ROAD TO ll? I Anniv VV AavdMM    h«*A«M I .anre Maa O $2.00 t Year—5c « Copy WARREN HOUSE COST ABOUT St*0,000 Northeastern Confraction Ce., Given Contract for Magnificent Warren Home,—To Start at Once. From Gang No. 2 Both Convicted at January Term of I wert md Received lf Month* Sentence. BARNWELL LINE FROM MONTMORENCI mKiiiLER0V JAC» TRIED TODAY Agent* of Central District to Meet at Commercial Hotel. A meeting of the Horn® Demon-1 A contract hat been let to the Northeastern Construction Co., for occupied the whole day, beginning v< ry material to the success of my with the Bible School lesson at 9 .SO carnDa“fn ,hMf mv    -;—•    *1- f olio wed by a aeries of addresses at Horace Sims tad Prank Abney, two RMtvifta on chain gung No. 2. <’apt. J. D. Bef! in charge, escaped late Authorised by Highway Commission    -    a*v«aiv    UfOtOri' at Meeting on Friday.—Contract. R!nin0r! A^nts of the Central Dis I et for Other Work    ^nc*    South Carolina v.-;ii i.„ v..i 1 ATTEMPTED ASSAULT OO oAclock. At 10:46 the ministers, council- ........  Special    Tarm of Criminal Coart Wit trict of South Carolina will be held    Pro**ably Finish lls Worh Tom## -at the Commercial Hotel in Aiken    ro" ~Rapid Progroa. Mad*. Iav.«4 Friday the    State Huffily com-    next Mon/*y *nd Tuesday, July 7th    ^— m 1 saion authorixed the building of *nd Tb*‘ di>trict is composed of A special term of criminal court • erected on tne site of the Black --------#----—nam poi '~HS additional miles of concrete thl' foI1(,*ir'»f counties: Aiken, Allen- c"nv*‘ne<i ,n Aikpn °B Monday, call- cables.    yet been captured. Gang No. 2 was road*, involving some $7.000,Q00. Bamberg, Barnwell, Beaufort. >d Prin,arily for the purpose of trying . Thorne    months    ago Mrs.    Warren nir    W“rkinf    *bout    *T«    mU«'    southed    rht*    aartion    that    particular    concerns    B<irk,’!<,>'. Calhoun, charleston. Colic-    L,,po>*' J*vkson, charged with attempt- chased the    half'square    of    land from    °f    Montmoren(,i-    on    t}»e    Runs    creek    thi»    col»nty    is U, S. Route    No. TH    fun' ^Hester, Edgefield, Hampton,    *vl rrin,l!»*i assault, upon a young Mr. Thomas Hitchcock known aa th,. n,ad\ Thew    we    ne    driving    frf‘m    Montmorenci    to Barnwell Jaswr* Orange bour. and Richlan I. rhitl‘ ‘r,rl of Graniteville last May. This meeting has been planned and I indictment Wan handed to th* called by Miss Bessie Harper, Di*. *ran<* jury and a tnjp WR was found. ! Thu    a.    .    .    " campaign that my friends sign the rolls or they cannot vote.    1    * ««» „m„ nquare 01 lino from    ....    ’    £    — ---•• • >•*» I will thank my friends to *®e also Mr’ Thomas Hitchcock known as the r°.    .    f0nv,,ts    drivitp, “••t others who may be more or less Hla<* stables corner, paying about    aiul b^en the place    line men and choir assembled in the yes- ; indifferent aiym the rolls.    ; *40,000 for this property.. Arch.- T th* •«•»»■* ««»<Ud and the    Contract. Let    I'    “,,,    u,,,w mHB1P »««TM*r, IH* - ^ ‘ -««o    was.    w tibule for the procession for the di- :    1    do    not    lhink    that    the    Congree*    ,ects h»v'p been preparing pions for *’«*?*y tb*ndoned th*‘lr chines    ’    “! A**nt' for thp Presentation of J<v pmlant w« brought *    -    -1.    u„________ rh. HniUte- t.---------J    and fled to the swamp. They were    Highway    Commission    last    tho    various projects pf the Special    ut *as    counsel    an am _* chackled and had on stripes,    (Tuesday    let    a    number    of    contracts    to the agents. From these pro ',ud*** &l®** presiding at this cont jects the agent chooses those ah# |*PpH*r,t#d Messrs, J. B. Salley an ne ror tne procession for the di- u nm inin* th* ( <»hgm»- ,ri 18 Peen preparing plans f f service at liyriock, to hear the man’ when h* ‘roes UP°B the dump, Ith* buildingr for some months, and iversary sermon by Rev. X. J. w'^ deny tbllt tariffs or congressional contnitd has been let for the work ulm.. n f-i    .    •    _    mil    nnna    t.______r    .    til    nrnnisA vine anniversary sermon    w. w    _______________ Ansley, D. D., president of the tA*#!l put upon *«*•» of moderate to '^d. Synod A recess was taken at 12:30 until circumstance* with a family of five Thp building when completed will or more will pay on an average of!be om the 8i,ow place® of Aiken. At    rind    it    !«    Airt    fit    H    A    tar.    11    I    _    ii    1.    * ___*    -    -     Ut    I    -- I'.cav 2 p. rn,, for dinner, which was served    $LOO0,0O    a    year on those an,i it i* rt;nted will coat in the neigh- on the church grounds.    *rticles    necessary’    for    his'home and W>rhood of *160,000. ’ In the afterpon an intf resting aer- , farm‘    J    ---— vice was held at which greetings    1 do    not thir,k thif he will deny, were made by visitors from nearby .when hp C(>,nw k*fore you, that dur 1925 vvi:IYT iiiadt ay    visivoni    from nearby I    w*w towns. Mr. G.    H. Ballentine brought !nK th*    from greetings from Aiken.    (there    was    an    increase    over    a    prior This congregation was formally organised on February    21st, 1830, when the first    church    building was dedicated. The building was started in the fall of 1828. It stood near period of the same length in the prices of farm necessities, running from 33 to 86 per cent. These figures are cited to show you the import ance of your registering so you can * the Huiet place on the south side of |foU‘’ if you Weenie interested in the 1 issues, and you can hardly escape in* J in figures like there, that I <1 ’ Mrs. A. R. Williams left Ta***, day for Columbus. 0., where ahi* will U&ry **rm court on * fb*rf<* °f to 1929 sf**nd several week* with her brrrtfc • b"u*'' hr?tkiBf and larceny and    sen* >r, Mr. Ben Gardner. Enroute she    tf‘nred to tW*,Ve month« He    is 4 spent sometime in Asheville, N.    f(‘et and 9 inchf* u11* w,i»fhs    145 the guest of Miss Emma Hard.    Pounds. 21 yesrs old, and black. I    pa    #*vii cr. i They silked for time to look int the (south) Edisto, about one mile from the present church building. In 1837 another building was erected near the cemetery on John Krek’s lands. This building was dedicated on July 15th, 1837. The third building erected in lh?*;, and the present building, a beautiful brick structure, was erected in 1927. This is a large modem building, Gothic and cruci nut believe your Congressman will deny, I want to say this word I-you now; if Aiken County will register and give mc that vote that I have Quarterly Report County Health Department Sims was convicted on Jan. 27th, for Wor,t OVor th*    thp    vhUUITO vn08e 8fte|    --    - — — 1930, on a charge of larceny, and :u ,-s on G" H jobs advertised carry out in her county, th.- fob 1 *m ‘^mo*k to defend the prison given a sentence of twelve montha. •mountpd l<» ■ v*ry knife sum of lowing year, making up from them, He is described as 5 feet tall. weight- mon®y*    *'itb the advice of her County Coun- 160 pounds, 21 years old. and ha*    road,Work included about 160 cd* her year’s program of work. scar under left eye. He is a mulatU). mv!*^ of surf*<Tng and the construe-1 ln addition to the 16 agents, as Abney was convicted at the Jan- tion °f    bridges,    the    cost    h«-.Ddluws: Miss Klirabeth Bailey, Mina ..... iB* around $3,000,000,    Lucia INirter, Miss Margaret Marlin, Th following bids were awarded in Elisabeth McNab, Min* Lula Aiken county and neighboring coun- Chrisman, Miss .%>!la Gooch, Miss tips:    Lottie Vaughn, Miss Pearl Calvert, Aiken county, for addition of 4 22- Nis* Caroline Alston, Miss Ophelia foot spans to present bridge over Barker, Miss Margaret McC.irt, Miss ; Edisto river on route I; R. M. Milch ltor* Miley, Miss Marie Undien, urn, Augusta, Ga., *6,766,    Miss Winnie Belle Holden, Mist Mary Aiken county, for construction of Henderson and Miss Eleanor Carton; concrete bridge over liuj&e creek on four uf the specialist* from Winthrop j rout# I between Aiken and Augusta; Cortege. Myvt. Doda Dee Walker, Mi « It. M. Mitfhum, Augusta, <ia., for $ ! 9,309. Aiken on rout# ken coun Kl nncdv. Hinty, for paving of gap* !, between Ia*xingt >n-Ai line and Augusta; It, G Haho*burg. $24,026, Barnwell and Orangeburg counties construction of reinfarced concrete *.imbei and st*'**] bridge over South ,    ...    H..l.k    tion tile county, jtnd in the cutting been receiving in the past,    I will be'    member    of the Health De-    out of undergrowth, the spraying of elected easily. I am not overlooking partment Jfiven their best .r certain ponds and'impounded water the fact that d«*#ns of    men and t<a',r    ,,f‘I    Education, which    in Hor^e J reek Valley women who have never voted for nu con"uii‘r nf Phantom importance.    Hy|ien, form in style and cost about $35,000. !’n ,h<* Past have told me voluntarily k Uri",r ,h< 'luarts-r nine prepared    Hygienic work this    quartet has ■Hi. Kmtntm for tki,    *,,:"■»*    "•->    «*«■    K"in« t„ v,„, f,jr n«    «»*    butt ltt,W,t> M -JJ    ,    ' print,d in pnmphlet form nm! *iv», !,his «»»•    ' «•« like to kno.    'T    "J'"’1 rh,W'    ehiltlr™,    nlthoupl,,    Li ta,“01 - “ ~-\T^£z zr:z::zz. r-r'irir: ) u.‘ ciiuae ^th cie 'is    Is on' w hy*1 locai fMU’OT    .tionl’ ^ One ‘thoued*    Ind    rou^C    (Tm    Ti}    fu    '"tV difference* in County and State ooli °n* hundred twenty-one circular Im, grh(ml    schoul and r0“u U f",ni North l,) H«nmark{ La ....... made with a new slate.    I distributed, These were carefully      u    "    I    .    ’ ,k,th a Ram,M’rF < Tieton and Hampton Juanita Neeley,' Miss Jan* Ketriien, ami Mrs. Harriet Johnson, and M I -nn\ I,. Eandium and Harriet!,. las ton, .'•’ale Agent and Assistant State Agent, will be present for the ok et mg. Randall Brothers Lodged In Jail ture. Among the visotors from Aiken were Mr. and Mrs. D. M. George, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. George, Mr*. A. D. Hoftnanrt, Rev. and Mrs. E. W Leslie. Mr. and Mr*. T. T. ('ushman-Mr. Nollie Rohin.-.m. Mr. G. H. BhI-lentine. Sheriff J. P. Howard and Mr. George Couch. I'.disto rivei between Willis! ,jj -'pringftcid: Florid* Budge and r.Hi_ t nu t ion ( ompany, Orlando, Eta., fur Put «p * Stiff Fight, and Three Men >.    Were    Nectary    ,0    H„ndle Them    ,*n' Orange burg-Bamberg counties, for the ease, and the case wa* -*-t fo trial thig morning, •Seven indictments were handed u the grand jury and true bilk wen returned in every ca»e. Five 0 these cases were (Jisposed of yester day at noon, and the jury discharge* until this morning. A eterday morning th# case of W J Johnson, charged with blowing th* safe ai rh# Southern freight depot was culled. He wa* without counsel ami asked for a continuance. This 1 ase. was set for trial on Thursday. The following extra jurors were •drawn on Monday:    T, V. Weeks, Montmorenci; H. E. Holley, R. I), Courtney, AV. Rothrnck, Butler M.ir^ i lls. AV. M. Littleton, T. AV, Weather-j E IL Kaminer. Aiken; J, L. , El ans, AA. P. AA hjstenant, L. A Yaun, •bos. I*. Glover, Alvie Duncan, AV, A. Parker, Melvin Brewer, AV. M. Brewer, J C. Watson, J. Crocker and I (I. Thompson. Graniteville. U--H Kedd, wmtr. rharged- with I Violation of prohibition law, plead was sentenced to six months, two months suspended dur-Big good behavior. Albert Green, white, charged wi! He will i Furniture Expert at I have no malice for any man in Aiken County politically or otherwise. 4+TmrraTTty lorry for the few of my I enemies who think they injure me .when they tell people from other Holley Hardware Co. .!,n!v! !    1 Wi!1 "ot <,v, n *'a,r'- Aiken < ounty, when I know, and ....... many of you who read this know ti t i Howard< * Sal#.man of 25 jhundreds of men and w -men in A, Year* Experience in Charge ken County are going to vote for mc ■    ““    I    this year that never did before, Mv Mr. David ll. Howard, of Johnston, (authority for stating this in the free a furniture expert of twenty-five and valuntary expressions of them years experience, has accepted a p »- nat the p .int I want to impress i sition with the Holley Hardware C ..the necessity of signing the Club OMI furniture salesman. Mr. Hownr I j Roll—every man and woman—h«- and 2,475 leafleU and pamphlets ~    ,    1    lhu tnbuted. Th,,,. c„,fullv * *"    hm"    '««’•    OU. -IcrtH. .ipaling .Mb „art„ul,r    J health needs or m,r.l    'EE.    TTT    "*    M,>    »»" m.-u.ur.-^..five spot mjju or irr*l»hi*: ah.,ame th,' location of rpidomira two or" "T I u5°    ""‘l    l,,ty two pre-*choo| children were »>xam inod the Health Dvi.artmentN of. spent one year at the Continental fore the last Tuesday in July or you Furniture, * at High Point, X. t .. will be disfranchised arui not able to which manufacture the highest grade vote. of bed room suites. Later ne worked with J. Robert Wood, of Oxford, N. C.; Cherry Bros., at Sumter, and later with the Clan admi Furniture Co., at Mam rig. He knows the furniture busine.* rn ail its brunches, and would be glad to have the people of the city call upon him fur advice. In this connection we call a’t.-n-tiou to the July Furniture sale an nounced in this issue. A special d s-count will be offered during this sale. Mr. Leon Holley will leave for th-* furniture markets this rn..nth and th* Faithfully yours, John F. Williams HOLIDAY ON THE 4th Store. Clote .I Noon on Friday, and Not Today We the undersigned agree to keep our stores open all day on Wednesday, July 2, and to close our stores at 12 oVrloek on Friday, July 4. Hahr. & Co.; Thorpe’s Book Store; R. AY. McC'reary Co.; J. G. McCrory atock must be reduced to make room Co ; Ho}Jey Hardware Co,; A & P for the new stock.    Tea Co. Meat Dept.; A. A P Tea Those desiring furniture will do Co f Grocery |)ept.: Cato’s Studir well to call and insect this h.gh TatranU; The Fashion Stor<i. „af<,rs class stock of furniture, and buy it EIcctric; s. r. PoWer Company In ait a great reduction.    A. S. Davis; M. Rudnick; Hallman & Crawford; Hoi and Sam Suraaky; Home Grocery, by AV. Wise; Rogers Inc,; Old Reliable Shoe Shop; Schroder's Grocery. I’ iwell Hat iwai <• < ■ . will ekMJe all dav July Uh. Talatha Darkey Leave* Big Estate •Mi ion The will of Franklin Johnson ored, who died in the Taiath i ->• on June 18th, has been ad1 tit tv I ' Probate, and'he left $11,252.00 in cash in the bank. Besides Uus in left a farm containing between 600 and 700 acres. Franklin had farmer all his life, and it is remarkable to know t ut I had made so much money, and ha i such a large bank bain •<* CHAMPION TURNIP GROWER and pf reportable diseases in th* county have also been kept for exhibition in the office. Communicable Disease Control This most important phase of >ur wink has U*en looked after diligently, 123 discuses having been re; .it cd by physicians and invest gated by this department. Ten cases of ne muniruhle diseases were isolated, thirty-six contcast were quarantine ! and nineteen visits made to east -j wherein no control measures were inst luted. . Eleven wassermann examinations were made, twenty-two milk anai.. sis, fifty-one urianlyses and a num I ber of other laboratory specimens j collected or examined during the quarter. i Specific prophylax - has <■ ansi u d of eighty-three smallpox vaccination-.and some twenty odd anti typhoid in j ovulations, Tuberculosis work, in addition i > t nutine control meaaures, ha- con cisted of the examining of 155 per sons, the majority of whom were t x amined at a two-day clinic the latt r part of the prc-cnt month. Of thi-n urn ber nine were positively d agnos-ed anti *mx others were referrod t phys it’ians as suspicious, Three tu-bt rcular cases have been hospitalized during the quarter arn! seventy n< nut -lag visits have been madn tuberculosis homes, Sanitation In addition to r mine activity .f the department in sanitary work w< ’•lai’"• '•«! and |>ut over one of Hie b< ' “clean-up" (Alii;.aum- that the • ’ v o' Aik, n has ever hts i during !h< five. Of this number f found defective with a 'ix defect*; and <de . 'it defects were SficUJ. diofi ti fly mix school a. ■ > weigh* a and me *iv< ty of medical exam! 1 ’ Udr-'Ti a ere organi/,i Tty-four wert total of forty a corrections i. K ar h in-I'hi Id roil wa- .• ired exclu-lations. Tat J into nut!. Fuller, Barnwell, $228,519, Alter nato No. 2. ( G. Fuller, Barnwell, $231,799. Saluda county, for surface treat Anent 12,9 miles of route 39il from Salitdn to Saluda n cr; McDougnhl ‘ n ti iction company, Atlanta, g;1 , Mack and Pick Rgndall were arrested at their horn* near Windsor Company, i^u1Bd*y ntorning by, special depu- l*u< eny. plead guilty 'ie* (.laude Redd, Bafii Munday and ^afcneed later. Ben Bennett assisted by Magistrate I FdgaC Denton aRa* Edd Mitch G. AA B\his, A warrant was sworn j w,‘!' Died fur larceny, it being aile stole a ring and $40 fro Lott. of N'i.rth August tind not guilty. lands. Prescott was arrested last' WI. k. but the Ban tall boys r» fused I" Ee arrested Magistrate Byars Counties, for surface treatment of 38.9 miles of routes 36 and 61, Bam hv W S' B’nn,,tt charging that borg to Hampton tmLfr.flnt Ehrhardt^0 M*y J ith ,f ^ m*n    Jim to route 641; alternate No. I C G    M>i    ,!rt‘    t(>    r#r*ain    Wood Air-’ TTT determined ! of the law, ai rf to arrest $67,606 and N wbt t i by ' prop M I! Don < asse- when ft un i limb a: i were v i.sitcil reg .lnrly nu! " and irntructeil as ti ri ' E    dc.    A    a    result s 11 *"    1,1    made    sub    tantial gat; in wig ut and we hopi t > cont in u ik next year, >;nre mal nutr ion is one .if our git • -t problem In connection with mTh.) wmk th nurse als,,    eighty    -ix    f .How visits. Pellagra AA e have cont mm against pellagra begun twenty-nine new can I ted, intl(viewed ar to proper diet and Edgefield 22 foe' pull Punkey cree Greenwood; f'lau '!ruction company 13 ! 2 ft ti rf at. ! "en' ment 391 from Bat »*b Men >u-'Bd Co Atlanta. > a,, $7 maty, addition ol to pre-ent bn Jgp between Edgefieb .-..Mi; I.awfer.i t Augusta. Ga .f t: p.: I in bt ti • if bg uphold t nd depu!ijti the mon • of the rn H i 1 ti. n Tne Band ma i-t bree Pbey Sun tiiat lie Iv at e w as <, Mow man Kirklun.i alii • Toed, chai ber; and Inn AA ulker arid Herb# is AA iIii** Lee Kirkland •n i 'ith at ext in .rn with highway They were • a bicycle and guilty and sen ro bar] kl •h rn the chai La n ; [I IU B< line st alii a es ar vc are them at -tate It I our kist yea) - have I‘adv!. giene. inst daily r’s A'. . throug1 MONEY FOR TEACHERS MAILED TOMORROW WH Lou Gr.y Acidi ctieg l etter lo Im bes* Negro Hit by Hit And Run Machine I. se rnun . when hi I Ieii e •aionial colored, night i by an • I fad (By i un ad r ’he folk aid nu a r tntinuat certifirate of ’.hat th<‘ dele! spital in i • nu at ’in lid re i , f« • discover I uh -•curing Brew. a nominal co >ard of Health Nutrition eviously men • ■ have been *r nf the I arg tv. Four hundred an ten per cent or mon '«• enrolled in these hic visited regina arid if grunted ii - * h sp ach neI, nutr irjfanized , ' schools o I t ii re und« cia Adult ll be :< ndei A Itll' 11 in" Bill. < ' trio lull- w«*re ■ grand jury, and I’arket I, • a ce ny and pc Her >roh Eegin Audit Of County Ofi ices I abit • al i .alf -nth of this lose. AA Mr. J. VA. Mover, of Van a claima to be the champion wer, of Aiken county’, LXK Im.I them of six and seven i’:i is, but he eore.c- forward with K oghing eight pounds. AA . ii bait ttix? A ai ncil. the < f 1 :111 - I* : . ,’ii zn ti n * helped sn e ous prizes b IU a I ye, vie I,. i a: I up to LOUK e Moi, ■ already shown r» arke i and a number have normal weight Qrlhorpedtc Drfett Bre.entment rjf (.rand JUfV M •at me quai Miscellaneous Miniature Co'f C Is Being Bd It ll ere REGISTER FOR THE PRIMARY It is important that the V oters of the ( aunty who wish tv vote in the corning prim try registci at once. I he books will dust* tm July 22nd, so there is only about three weeks in which to do this. Tile books for the Aiken hex are at the office of J. W. Ashburn *9 Insurance Agency. Call at this office at once, and sign the roll. The • «■ *i n I: bikh quarte ll Club lat ex cr time I Up campaign twenty two da huedeed -*v* -■ vcn private — 1 *« and t vents nine f.» I h?,'; establishment* have map# Nine ••■wer connect ions have 01 a de, three privies restored to (ary condition and one hundred * eight nuisance* correeted Malar a; control him t rn*Ute, th* drainage <sf a cham of t v rid. ar d ta amp* in the Salley .rid di ted I 1 ned -a-e f! \'<K I I Ll I t ()>K an.1 tr, I u f-» j > j • fit! es nf K. ’ re. we f r H rnkw ie pa'! three m it the Health De; illy submitted. G Budfe, At D HrsHh Od «i leg *1 ./any V*na# ft t* now ’as ■ ng to g JI fit 4 *4* f* A 4* Si I f Air ll I* 1 'sh 1 AA f ! » ft vA VA A Af y # j, V( j. t., ,j x N R AA (I VI \ , , < ARUI INA, NT'S HANS ;

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