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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - July 23, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                Delivers a Splendid Address to a Crowded Court House JohnF Williams received an ovation at the campaign meeting held at the court house in Aiken on Friday While the other candidates for congress were well received and applauded during their speeches this was distinctlya Williams meeting His the here in great numbers and he not only received their applause but flowers were also presented to him Speaker Before beginning his address Sir Williams said1 some had criticised him for not resigning from the Senate in order to make this race He said he had not resigned from the Senate as he intended to go back and work in thc neSt session for the comrple tion of the road program in Aikcn county He said he had paid as an assessment to tlic Democratic that should be ample to take care of the expenses Thnt the Democratic Party had never passed any rule requiring an aspirant to nn office to resign nnd that thc ex penses of election were paid by the j Democratic Party and if it were not thc will of thc Democracy of South Cnrolina that one mny run for while holding an office a rule would be passed prohibiting it Mr Williams further sui that if he were circled to Congress yet Mr Hnrc would go back and sit at ano ther session nt the rate of 00 a ynr nnd he asked why he may not be allowed to go buck to Colum and sit at another session of the Senate at a year and com plete road program in Aiken county and assist in the reduction of ihc county levy ninco many of millUin of roadsf and bridges siitie it is announced The contracts include 164 miles r of roads 66 miles of surface treatment and IB bridge Among the projects is the relo cation of the road from Bambcrg to Branchville miles The road is to and sandclayed as the first stage of the concrete road to constructed later This project has been held up for some time on account of rights of way for the new f Hufhe Killed by Horace Dixon Who Clmiroi Defenie of Hii the people of the state s port he asks that he htay give them creditable representation in the sen of the United States appeal to If an in voters of Wesley Hughes white man of about 46 years old of Ellenton CaroHna will win their confi killcd instantly early Thursdaymornjdcnce and their rcspect and ing when he was struck on the headjin thcma conception of South Caro with the butt of a shotgun in responsibilities in hands of Horace Dixon 25 of Byrtlcs bc SUCCessful in the rnce he is making nt this time Cer tainly South Carolina is thoroughly Ellenton Tho killing took place shortly af ter 12 oclock in front of n negro Former Citizen of Big Capture off the New An oil tanker which drfrw attention to itself by acting unlike an oil tank vcnry Of appeals to prejudice and tlu rail a prize of the coast guard on Monday The coast guard cutter Seneca came upon the tanker under tow of the Victory 21 miles off the Jer sey const Sunday and it was those miles that made Commander J J Hutson a boarding party over Ton re be let indicates that the rights of way have been secured and that thc depart merit is ready to proceed with con structiop It is understood that maity of the present curve will be elimii nated by thc new route and that the distance to Branclnili will be ma terially shortened At the same time a new bridge of over home three M tp mpnn nf political Such campniffns are in and sandclaying relatives who from hisj reaiit y n insull to the good men and concrete Is to be constructed Edrsto river same route the rnurtier oral highway No 78 The bridge will be some distance nbove the present crossing The building of this bridge hns been pending for several years Jon account of the intended relnca I tion of the road I Nn statement is as to when this link of No 78 will be but this section was approved for eement home earlier in the night by Hughes jBonier of while he was in a drunken condition Dixon did not attempt to make escape but surrendered himself to Magistrate M F Bush of Ellenton stating thnt he killed thc man in doj fence of his homt I After nn inquest held over the body of Hughes Dixon was brought to the Aiken County and charged state who treasure Huts s he he coast i thc tanker rriight hnve gone out in aft Spartanburg Hereffort to uvoid noticc v Ten men were taken prisoners on the tug nnd bnrge Thcl boarding party seized cases of liquor of nn estimated retail value of about and 150 kegs of malt worth but convertible into Judgc Thomas S Sense in an worthof whiskey The tug and Court Rules Out Loan Shark Act pjivirg some months ago and it 1 thnt the will idono lifter the ai panilclnying is compltod i Sheriff Seizes Miniature Still issued in Spartanburc has iuslUinker were valued at tainrd the opinion of Magistrate Commander Hutson is the son of Jnhn h hanrastrrthatthr iiTTtSOTi Aiktili uild Carolina loan sliark art passed by his friends here are interested in this Shi l a S B Williams Howanl nil Sunday cnptur miniature still that ablifor construction Tin lia i rapacity of about two galloiiK of mash and tincumlenMT if thv 7c of a iin with cotincVtini about of a Icail pcmiL llir coinlfiistr anil arr niiilr copinT nnd of goill hip The Shrtiir niakiffi v raid n t In1owil piaiT niav in hi ylunv biv runvnns in SENATOR JOHN F WILLIAMS Aiken Countyi Candidate For Confcr thomht it rui for On rotsirmtit md hut b dumping law to protect the business with of produce And he didi Raid Senj snid that Mr Unre ator Williams But jurt as soon as n0l Seem to be nblc to get Bills i j i l were in thc State nnd since he Washington frcighla in or put up nto Cftrry mnuth about over in the roads way not lake his office n until March 4 Col HU Money t uf Mr Hare recent n statement concerning scnBtor Williams got having secured reimbursement of thc jn nrnr another to put on1 tariff duty on two rings bought by Knnd nnr fVrry bridge but Mr Hnrc Senator at public sale in nu5 never secured a fivecent piece Aiken thc senator nnid that ho hnd to reconstruct ronds nhovo flood trying to get Hnrc to do some in this district but to the1 thing nbout thc matter fur more thnn contrary n1 gave away thnt n year past but just three days after vvn cnrnjnK j0 district for flood his announcement was mndf he got damage reimbursement even nfter he his money Thc Democrats nnd nppn reminded of Repuhlicnns got logcthtr attacked the men ly it Mr Williams re Kcr fiirm thnl hc cinims cami marked But Mr Hnre never took IQO alp thc amotinU too small any action on thc Bill to reimburse jt WBJl on nn thnt B of nn nounces inthis issuithat he will for iis n member of the till House of He i It mny i rom thc eastern section f thcounty i kitchen tovo h found i tov or n lie passed it railroads turned jbcynnd the House thnt hc had intru and made you shippers a Rill to Rural the people of wclion advo show that the yming sons of maii REVIVAU AT TOWN and thatcac ns Hc is n valuable have the nme inolinntim Ibund for freight before you could ship he Mr Willinms did not know the member nf the Hmijw hnvim vrvd thers nnd the nnd then Mr Hnre hnMiit open Mr Hares Bill or who de three terms nnd iiv their pnl mnntlfd it but thnt Mr Unrn hnd his merits He ha thr Ambition tn anid he intrnrincrrl rhnt it Conniv nnd Statennd wtrk nil the others of his Bills to for Jill laws thnt will be aid to the hnv died in the Holme except the AntiDumpingBill He savs thnt he exprt to hold He favored n special all oxpetiiiitiirfR County ami Mr WillinniR declared for rural State t the luwwt poxsible limit routes not in the pinto System saying with n view to reducing tnt levy ibe cnrriers were nitel to it His friends nrr in his rnce Inw provided for it hut reilcction nnd thn fn for will vnl mretniK ill i Chvirih Sunday nirn li Thn Hi v Ml b iblic ing July at 1 tor will by Croft formerly nf rated at Warrenville Thi the Inst general nsembly is uncon Judge Senses ruling came on writ of corpus dismissing the f lUiitt Kiddle ehnfged tv MliiT1 criminnl offins of ihnritini ind Inivini iinrious in Kiddl biinvr th iminn ger of n Spjirtnnburi loan roniptitiy In iiiUiiien1 bv ntlor ncyi for Itiddb1 tinrlnini mmli that the IXiil nit to and soriioration ami After ettiiiion of a Mijrrnir roiirt Tniit Siai the point nindiiv thide first arniifiud on in in diitinint before Magistrate Lancas SiT Mvirnl niro Thmiigis trute hontini nrgumint nnd r vinwinic thindict mitit ind drliirtd tinInw uncon in that it dioritninn ll rnniri11 t A B Holman Game Warden nf n liquor tanker Soldier Charged With Theft Freed Sims of Charleston and hi hrothir StrjrrsntMajor Sims of lort Monltric ciianrcil with the theft of rnlli of copper wire from tho Kimrstron rnnm of thiCnrolina Iowcr and Light company were both from llnWillinmsljurg rotinly jail Thiirdny on bonds of LawUm duclaroi the wiro valmil at wna by them from a ngeroat n roll Srrsrrant Sims is alsn under a bond for his appearance in Itambciv county on n chnrgc of as sHiilt with intiTit to rob and assault nml bnttio with intent to kill nirninFt him wns rnllrrt nt Bnm licii Thurmlny niorning but tho indictiiiint whrn it wtui that n f the nmn prc ing UKWaiKi li inmlior of I hi1 jury acting on the indict in thicase of nnl neglected that nl though he Mr had provid l nppropriatinn for car in ms County State Ifgisln Mr Williams naid he had been the author of the Seven months Mf jnrp RjwaVt whnt Guaranteed school term law also of throRnvc him as no naf previously of to Mr Williams arics Act nw to grade tench thnl ho enVrs which had been carried for jCBVor tl Inrgcr in the Law and had be ome the greatc educational laws othe statute books and that for hU ork in educational bo returlied cordially VlCfS mvitnl to Mr A Ft HolMinti n hiill nun v by Uovrrnor Mr Hnvrv for thc rings until the last day and then got the Bill ugh by unanimous consent to make politicnl capital for himself nnd of course Congress adjourning jro hibited me from getting the money snirf Mr Williams Pointing out the ninny thing th 1Ip tllrrl or South congressmen have secured for their districts Senator Willinmscriticized Mr HVe for hnv i u the Second 1i1 ani LIVEATHOME FARMERS PAY AS DUE OFFICERS OF BOTH LAND BANKS FIND N0rman cuiium h i July Ifii A var if Mr n B K Keenan Asks ReElection enrlier referred to his record in the Senate nnd House for this State for twentytwo years in which he Daniels and Spencer Agree That Diversified Pro gram Advocated by Crouch Is Only Sound Bas is for Agricultural Loans Scout Master inc secured noihincr for ditrict There has been made a announcement of a now court house for he said this announcement coming out of Wash ington since 1 got into this race But this old talk of n federal court house for Aikon is the old tnlk we hnve Inen hearinvr for the past six Senator Williams alo assailed Mr Hare for failure to secure reim bursement of flood loss for the highways of Aiken courrty fiom the federal aiil fund nnd made the state ment that the congressman could hnve gotten ns well as reim burvemont if he had Mmply nked for it In point of fact ho Mr Hnre was by com mittee chairmnn and did not want 1V2S dnmnvre ans wered in the neentivi Mr Hnr the dccnr ed hnd referred to had created ince beinc in ton and askei Mr Hnre to the people about thv When he went to c illinir for I seMne for nnd there ns ninny ppie for having six millions of unnnturalized foreign horn in the Inited States who hnd never sworn nllegmnce ti the ConstiUitvon and snid it was just to those other seven million who had come here and Income naturalis ed because they were attracted to tn country and he said that Aikcn hari n number of them henwho had their lot with us and that no finer people in tho world they had proven themselves to he but he said he would seek to give ar opportunity to those live that hnve not become nat raid and f they failed to thai he would in to MV millions of unemployed ask trom see in some othir lad Hicriticifed Mr nCid f v voting for the scale of War Vtr rans pensions and said ho should rnado soiiio olTorl to pay oiT a iustivi compensations that MV Hare thnt ho d bt had boon hiitiilrid millions of doliar ai n h if iV inrents anl n i o mon who j 1 n hi aid ri was M tav payers t v million dollar a gnoil hnd boon mado an Mon of th somothira hat Ini joyed of his Schods of South fnro hiknow Mr nplyin who aid in hi1 a had oei iri that Mr Williams M it County uiiiJiiM dollars nn farm land iint ai I v in iho two null irarv momlior th least two nion athomo crivod tho of Frank II in would a crops and a piogram Thursday re endorsemen Ianiel president of th his the nn Mr B K Keennn to the House of Hiwide ojepor has made miniber of the county ii friinds through y fee that ho will be the approaching pri vvhire he stooi tinimptlnnt ques tin iv At that lime he was iirioi n a andidate for i 1 and predict a I TI Executive Com Meets Saturday atdl in Aik in t Mr Hnr hat r Lan Hank of Columbia ind ir ireiilent of the Joint Stork Land ouch i wnose institutions liea Old Colored Man Found Dead th Kxe ic be he en tiioisgnt o ants nut it od Mr Hanif i f a v ho o d hat rottd aw Thr ai pap ilollar Mr Haros in thoro and ho Ill in which nono of in nt d iken Mr i hatlk di ililiijnti prngrnrv I1 W Cruiioh profiiden Carolina our h o pir crtit 1 and livcathn institution Creditors Offered 25 Per Cent John W Duncan For the House I t ind M t T   

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