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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - July 9, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                this Locality Equals and Reviews Ceiger Council USt TutrgtSiy iijtht case 15 old cofored boy XGraniteVt mttejnjited aasault was brought 1 ftfthe Agentspf of County in Monday i Aiken County 4Il sehQlarship to Short Course son Collegethe third in ou Aiken pat in dicatw that calcium U con rtiea property OB whew three applisations of sweetened poison has been ap plied from five to seven days apart the average infestation was 3 per cent On fields where three appli of dust has from five to seven days apart the infestation was per cent Qn fields Sphere no poison has Seen applied the average infestation perceht However the time has arrived now when the cotton is puttingon fruit and blooming and the boll weevils are most of their age within the forins where can not be reached sweetened pois jhethodthat has proven efficient fcr controlling the boll weevil after the cotton be gins fruiting heavily andblooming The survey shows that approxi mately 65 per cent of the formers in Aiken County have already nsetl this sprindf and the other 36 America enjoyed one of tKe hisboryi of the Coy Steele f way gree team in their pmtriotic costumes added a beautiful picture to the welcome Mrs Steele made a short talk on the principals aims and achieve ments of the Daughters of America Imd spoke of the continued growth of the order The degree team under the able leadership of the Captain Mrs Mabel Burckhalter conferred the degrees Nona Johnson impressive way The refreshment committee com posed Mrs Sallie Cuahman Mrs Bertha Vieth and Mau rice delicious after the officers for the ensuingterm were installed ken Countyaccording to BETW G Health officer who has Been studying and 7 combatting this disj for past two years During this time over three hundred cases have been listed and studied from both a preventive and curative stand point and as a result the Health Of ficer is convinced of the fact that pellagra can be entirely banished provided that the public is sufficient The trial of case involved about four houw and after the the attorneys and charge of Judge Rice the jury retired and in a short a verdict of with recommendationto mercy j The boy was sentenced to 15 years in I the State penitentiary The fattier of the young girl was the first witness followed by Mrs A meeting of the various county Weeki The Ois ohalrmen of Conyreawonal DisMet tritt is composed of the following with the congreSsioiua Aikcn Allendale BamberB dates held a meeting in Barnwell onjBarnwell Beaufort Berkeley Cal Monday and agreed on a speaking houn Charleston Colleton Dorchei district and for The campaign will open at Edge field on Wednesday July 16th and jtcr Edgefield Hampton Jasper Lex ington Orangeburg and Richland The meeting was planned and call ed by Miss Bessie Harper District end at at Beaufort on August 8th Agent for the presentation of the Vf D1IC 19 aUUtlrlCUlf91 1 fcJI 1 ly informed as tothe proper preMamie Williams and Miss Fannie eovonnK a four projects of the specialists ventlve Cadden who decribed the rest after the second Md agents The Agents have been by Mrs Steelc State Councilor Mrs Bertie Brown being the new Coun cilor for the next term Miss Evelyn Couch being advanced the office of Past Councilor The following visitors were wel comed at this time Mr and Mrs ventlve regimehti In his study of the disease based onmore than thtetf hundred cases Dr Bodic has found that whole fresh milk is probabTy themost powerful preventive for Otherpro tien foods such as lean are also preventive but he states that it is a significant fact that he has not found a single where milk was being used regularly He is convinc ed that should each family in Aikcn ings as they saw them and the cries of the children who attract ed their attention Sheriff Howard testified and J VV Capt J Oiin Sanders and T J Cunningham of the State constabulary W Richarasbri testified to the confession made by Jackson vidence wecfc Each candidate will be given thirty minutes in which to state his platform a five minutes reply The party will speak at Aikcn on busy planning their programs of work for the coming In addition to the sixteen agents attending as follows Elirabeth Friday July is likelythat Bailey Miss Lucia Porter Miss Mar the meeting will be held at the Court jgaret Martin Miss Elizabeth McNab House and will probably begin at 11 The following is the itinery Kdgeficld July Miss Liila Chriesman Miss 0jihelia Miss Stella BarTtcr Miss sibn also wins secondplace in the 4H Cotton Club for the State bf South Carolina This boy Searon Derrick of the NewHolland Junior Agricultural Club produced 2409 pounds of seed cotton on his Clnb f3 acrelast year thit ginned out pounds of lint The total from his acre was The cost S of production was leaving him ft profit of He will a trip with County Farm Agent C Lee Cowan to the State Champions bnnqact which will be held at Green ville S My Soarson Derrick has been in the Cotton Clubfor the past three He produced 1709 pounds The defense offered only one wit ness Annie Moore mother of the Stceie Mrs Ubyle and Mr Webb I v T 11 i r j best curative agents Brewers from New Brookland Mrs T I least is auso good but his experience and Busbec of Gronitcville Mr and r has been that the give iruh Mrs Manin Hewitt Mrs Gladys Posin better results when mnk is Uikon with per cent is urged to get busy and start dusting in order that they may protect their own cotton crops their neighbors This survey was made by J H Boriho Couch arid Hrs Boa Dean who lonncd to the County Leopard of Wnmnville by The Planters Produce Storage Company of Florence S C Mr Dcnn was especially trained for this work nt Clemson College and made i Injured In Wreck adopt drink as much as otic pint of fresh Prisoner who said that lackson was milk daily that months rinl 15 old pellagra would be entirely wiped out Court adjonrned after the case was He further states that milk sides preventing pellagra is one of Thursday July 17th Friday July 18th Biirnwell Wednesday July 23rd Allendalo Thursday July 24th Hamburg Friday July lioth jPearle Calvert Miss CarolineAJston cotton in 1927 1590 pounds Misa Marganrtnrid 2409 iMcGirt Miss Irora Milcy Miss Ma total of 5099 pounds of seed cotton Four Try For AUK Sth the survey in Aikcn County in co operation with C Lee Gowan County Farm Agent and The Aiken Fcrtiliz j A serious automobile accident oc cnrrcd between Lexington and Lees However it was interesting to that there were four which had not hod any sprihgT yet had very low though these fields were large with no close poinU for hiber nating AUo field that had had throe apllcatfons of swcct hud an Infestation of 17 per cent However this field was practically surrounded by river in which three citi Holland were badly in In the automobile were Mr brother of deputy sheriff Ernest Garvin and two sons of the Messrs H K and Bnr ney Garvin jit to tho amount of one pint to one On Monday nrrf Tuesday the quart daily Uilmlnrship anil entrance examination The Health Department expects for Wmthroji eollogLWHS held at i in to continue their campaign against County Court HUUM Tmvi une pellagra throughout the year nnd has vacancy from this eoiiriiv as its slogan every j There we re four cuntistants keeps pellagra Milk it fullnwg Misses Bertha rich in vitamins that not only pre Granitovillo Delia Livingston Kitch vcnts pellagra but other nutritional ings Mill Elizabeth Moseley White diseases well It is nbo one of Lre Hoieh the cheapest nn well ns the most efj The examination fur the foods Almost any University of South Caniiinn anil how poor can proCicmson will be held on Friday vide themselves with a milk cow nnd Winthrop College Grocery Store Robbed Saturday Morning Karly Saturday morning the store r Mr M hnatid at the Lambert Miss Winnie Belle Hoiin the three years or an average of den Miss Mary Henderson and J 18ii pounds of seed cotton per acre Miss Eleanor Carson four of the over a period of three years His specialists from Winthrop College average of lint fbr the three years is acre while tho five of lint cotton for the Harriet Johnson and Misses County is less than 200 pounds It Landnim ami Harrielte Layton Stuti Agent and Assistant State Agent were present for the meeting On Monday afternoon thr visitor were Irirrn around town ami tn th 11II v A August Gth Deo Walkvr Miss Juanita 701 pounds per Aug 7th Miss Jane Kotchen and Mrs year aveniire of Aiken Outinir tluh On Monday night seims that these MI Clubsters must a iiirerint method of fiirm nr of the average farmer throughout tluCounty This hoys success has been due to his individual attention to his Club er of ur a reception in their acre of Mr Chum Canin sustained a frac tured skull nnd in now in a tbc Health Department us urging the importance of this fact upon the MR AND MRS HILL RETURNS KS cigarettes nnd 10 pnunds one rhiwing tiitiaccn Kntry was mudi through a glass of the front door which rad bifji broaKiii cutt and the rolhtry is Mipposcd To havr orrUTTril about n m With practically no cluei Chief Kiiiler went to work on the rase finally arrested Uvink Seigltr who is and Humphonor at The Th Mprornt Vfre divided into groups reprejent int the four of wurl kirilircnrten grammar sohool high vrllool anl enllege Puring the even ing merniiHnt enstiivl in gtadnnting of thene from one group used modern methods not an ixcissivi amount of fiiilizer The year he used jioiitids of n homemixed 10 under his cotton This 1044 made up from acid phonphate driml Iwirinar mral murintp of potasih of ammonia The cot Mr and C J Hill re turned to the city after a months viirit tn friends nn the North While be without ope were they Cleveland jflciently informed aa toher ccono Lake N V They motored j 0 mic and health giving value Milk throuKh England nnd New York heen cnuwd by the driver State i Yesterday he was report I H K and Bar condition od to be ncy Girvin were Thc accident wan reported to hnvej1 people No family particularly those liv ing in the country too poor to keep A nwampt giving abundant quarters arjacent to the field Any who i vemd in the iudy sleep anTZ keeps Pellagra of boll habito would not have j with the j either of these fields after having j Joint Meeting observed the of the Midget Golf CoiITM I fields conditions of this j kind have tended in the past to Evening lead fanners who were not sufficient j A joint meeting of the school 4y familiar with boll weevil habits to Thc Golf Counc wil opcn i trustees of Shiloh China Springs nndersund the reason for a lack of lonijtht Bt if n bcau Joyce Branch Plunketta Central Eu infestatlon on some while othuful iuld cwnf wjth g wjnd reka nnd Mt Calvary will beheld at n mnn In Rivrxtuwn Il ia ticliuved that there ond man connected with bery and thr police hnvi clut brinE noilirht This henrd in the Circuit nmrt a sec thin will b School Trustees crs be heavily infested ns thr infestation on some of the fields where no poison had been used ran as hiet an 57 There can be no set program in boll weevil control It requires care ful study close watching during the growing period and quick action when infestation tarts incrcsuninst in a field Wp have seen n number of farmers who wntched their fields so carefully that they would observe nn infestation on onr side of a ing in and out of the woods and over looking the Highland Park Golf course It is located just opposite the Highland Park Hotel It will be operated day and night and the public are cordiolly invited to piny on iL Par for the first nine holes is 2f and for the second nine is 21 AUXILIARY TO MEET thc Court House tomorrow afternoon to consider the question of a consoli dation of schools i The Thiftinic of population from the country to the towns hns brought ft liitT problem before the country schools Many of these schools have lost so many student that they can not qualify as a twoteacher school and something has to be done A central school is now proposed to remodv these BIG PAPER DOLL FOR AIKEN ARTICLE QUOTED FROM NEW YORK TIMES Writer in New York Paper Paper Industry U Coming South and Short Leaf Pines Will Furnish Material for Paper The following article from the Sunday New York Time that n paper mill is to be in Aikfrn contract let as far as run learned here hut one may proposed in h future field poisoning probably only a por tionofthe field regUlaVry thereby The Auxiliary of the Ai prcvcnting an infestation of the kcn will hohl their tire field but the majority wait untU regular monthly meeting nt the Dib too late to control the situation Wo Memorial Library on Friday morning at 10 A M All members it is too ate to contro t Wo M before they start fighting It is now time for Aiken County nrr to farmers to maintain a vigilant look out arid get busy on nil fields now infeakxl with weevils for they must j either make or lose a cotton crop within the next four to six weeks Present WORK STARTED ON HASSLE RESIDENCE Colored Home Rob bed Of Rings Charlie Shaw colored broke into the home of Rebecca Foreman who lives nt 1108 Greenville street on Sunday and stole two gold ring and fifteen cents He wns arrested with in a short time hy Officers warrl and Arthur nnd lodged in Ai ken county jail A CONTRACT Wnrren Jot Not Yet to be Awarded On Paul Murphy Now Agency Supervisor Mr Paul Murphy left on Monday for Charleston where he ROCS to serve as Agency Supervisor of the Liberty Life Insurance Co This is a vpjendiil piomotion far Mr Mur phy and his friends congratulate him He is one of he youngest men in the insurance business and his appoint ment to this important place show in j what high esteem he i held hv his company Paper mills ne comini the South and there s a i renin ftr tiieir Nnnc Stewart Wijrht i City of licial ovuan of the Atlanta to another ton was top dressed with a mixture llelirioUH refreshments were nervnf Chilean nitrate of and mu ed nt fmir tables the riftte flf potanh of theme of the evening The Kinder larh or tOO pounds of the mixture charged with the crime This darkey Knrten table wan presided over liyjto tlW acre sold several cartons of cigarettes to Miss Annie MfNnir the Grammar We are told on every corner that School tablr by Miss Klizabeth Mej there is no money to in mmde in Xttir tho High Sehim Table y MiiMt jKrowinB1 cotton yet U a Cteb rob Virginia Wyman nnd the College boy who bos made nn average profit liy Miti Sue Kenrden iof per acre over a pruiod of ThiiMpnijeili were Misseti Lonny three years itiuii llnrrirtte tjivlon Mrs ey cnn be made in cotton or is it Harriet Johnson Misses lunnitn j true that we will have to change our Neeley Jane Kitehen Kliznbeth nuthods to mnke money growing Hailey Margaret Martin Porcotton ter Margaret McCirt Me The Chilean Nitrate Soda Edu Nnb Lula Chriesman Stella llureau offered three scholar Ophelia Dnrkn Miley Marie ships to the Aikrn District in 1028 Lambert Winnie Helle Holden Mary to the Clemson College State Boya Henderson Kleanor nnd Chili Course for boys making Caroline Alston Penrle talverl the best rrrord in JM Cotton and anl Vaughn and Mr and Mrs Corn Clirb Searon Derrick Krmst Thorpe Mr nnd Mrs Frank Henderson Kinley Mr and Mr John Mr and Mr Unllitiiine Mr nnd Mr Mr and Mr Usina Mr Mr M A Mr and Mrs W Tirtur Mr and Mr C 1 Mrs Waller Mr 1 P C A Sandir Mr ind Mr and M C MJIS Itcbeci a particularly Iiorgia utuTf natural takes planin year Northcni fiin fdrly to iri attain Ti ciimate favora growth but f f habicn awarded one f these scholarships on his Cotton Club record Lightning and Hail Storm At Ellenton Mi M Mi H P in Mr mpi Injurrd nd Kill V le i Hai Cnaiiibii of Commerce tract for a M S he lOrdtm hc Krnfi Papir pany tons of paper per day frorn long liaf There are large paper mills i District Meeting Junior Order FINE PLACE TO LIVE IN While other places are terirnr in the summer heAt with thermometers registering 104 10K and up we are having fine weather in Aiken While there are no about the fountain in of the offlre n is SR hnt as in ithei places On Monday and Tuesday the official thermometer lit the poHoffice registered only 102 Last week it was reported that Northeastern Construction been awarded the for biid the Warren residence wns n nisintie as thi the contract for the erection if Mnslcr residence tn he built on a purchased by Mr Hasler Barnard estate This contract will involve not cnnsidcririKthe the land which wns about Thc building will ros nbout 000 and will c located ir fnn of the Ielin resrtdence Hut on Vne strrct on which the Case idence is ituated A fine court costinc afiou built fronting on Barnard Road N 1 Thc Warren CunlracL ry that two e wii hf r in 1 the Ir Kdgefn d Aik 1 tinir the Fifth V A will Saturday wk This district Haih Corn Kraft pitle Sa vannah one nt Augurta and everal m Tennissee Virginia and Florida Ivan the writer continue devotes three pngea of his book iAtlanta From tlio to per industry in the South imenting on the pajxjr iniusrv Aliin is di1 t grow in thf South a and wcavim n TC both of f pulp wood M i ipply from pine is aii In It ha that ROAD OFFICERS ARE REINSTATED NOW ON DUTY Fallnw And Claixlr UncU nn hr Roftd nnd IfniporAry Officer Th i cored Wed tok and com truck yard in and o ty Fallinj inf and ri t y ttoii y has grown hi C cicgatis Thc Settlement Made With The County Officials Mr H C Khode ler making The various th first ji tn f the 1 a ir t m fn t with tale Comptrollers f i e n c y f our county REGISTER FOR THE PRIMARY It is important tiuit of thr coun ty who wish in thr register at once Thc hooks rlosr on July 22nd so thenis ahoiit tlirrr wcks in which to do this Die hooks for the Aikcn arr at thr office of j W Ashhursts Insurance Agency Call at this office at once and sign the roll r I IV C Wy with   

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