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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - August 6, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina family in Aikcn ConntjL the Journal and Class Successful At Municipal Pool Afc DibMe NurnEer of Boys ant Meeting Held Vnucluie Saturday liiKfct at Next Meeting at Wndmor counjty campaign ooened at Eileritan on lasfc hundred people heard the claims to office The people of that hospi tiible little town gave barbe cue and catfish stew after the meet ing was over The candidates and visitors were loud in their praise of the people of Ellenton The meeting was presided over by rMrrA A Foreman who presented the candidates for the House of Representatives The gentlemen made the common subject for discussion was relief heavy taxes The present in cumbents Messrs B K Koenan John W Duncan and S an account of their records for the past two years explaining their positions on the various questions that had come House and at the hands of the voters ThereNwe four gentlemen Messrs J L Maron M F Bush Boyce R Gantt and B J Craig who are Ruby told of hertrip to the State Short Courseat Winthrop Cbi lefte Agnes Baughman gave a brief sketch of camp heldat Edisto Aca demy Mrs J C Jones expressed the regrets of the club in the re moval of Mrs W S Sawyer to Pendleton The picnic supper was spread un der large oaks and was very much enjoyedby all those present The following club mambers and visitors were present Mrs J C Jones and family Mrs J V Burjress and fam Ed BoatwriKht and child ren Mrs Theodore Fox and son Mrs C A Hallman and family Mrs J L Gunter Miss Clio Gunter Mrs W S Sawyer Mrs Movin Mills Mrs Ashby Knecce Mrs R L Huckabce and children Mrs Hall and children Mrs Lou Sawyer Mrs G W Sawyer and children Miss Elisabeth Bailey Homo Demonstra tion Miss Sue JRearden Miss Eownsmen He made an exts Ruby Jones Eunice Gunter Afr celient speech and will receive a nes Baughman Effle Lou Sawyer contesting fit tion and they es places in the delcira made good speech M F Bush wavjjn home pround and was liberally apprttidcd by his for Qicaiian Thi SicLaurtB Hptne Demonstra tion Club held its annual picnic and regular monthly meeting at Saw yers Pond Jtily ilthafc 4oclock anaotHec spprts meetingwas called to iirder for a business session a twhioh time Miss Bailey discussed plans for a club marHet to be opened in Aiken this fall Received With Much Enthusiasm in the Counties Visited and His Friends are Confident of His Election With Averngo tf 616 Per Week unanimous vote at The candidates for district com mislsonor were introduced C J Hill who seeks reelection spoke of his record for ten years in that f J Wiley Woodward and W J Moselcy made shortspeeches and told why they were seeking the of fice Charles T Bailey candidate for magistrate from Dint No 2 waa in troduced but did not apeak After the candidates for county officpfl had finished their speeches Claude Atnan candidate for congress addressed the voten At Vitucluic on Saturday An extra meeting wns held nt j Sunday morning at at th Vnuelnse on Satuitlay rrisrhf and church Dr P J th andEunice Kn ENLISTS FOR TEN YEARS 3ohn Williams needs no eulogy The Votersof County know him and of twentytwo years of faithful service in the General Assembly from this county But a deserved tribute is a miss aad it is probably timely to publicly remind the voters of Aikcn County as to just who tiiis man is in order that they might pause for reflection at this time when he is Asking for promotion John Williams was born reared and has always lived in Aiken Coun ty In spile of the fact had no early ho has coma up from thebottom and today is one of the recognized leading trial hiw jers of the state At one and the same time he is President Pro Tern pore of the State Senate and Chair man of the powerful Judiciary Com mittee of the Senate the two high est honors in the Rift of that body These honors are not lightly given but they must be won by states manship leadership integrity abil ity honor and eternal vigilance to the call of duty This Williams is no feeble and cringing politician He is a man I Among the many constructive j measures John Williams has father led in Legislature and of which he is justly p Mr Joe Wise son of Mrs S A Wise of this city left on Sunday for Hampton Ronds having reen listed in the U S Navy for a per iod of ten years Mr Wise is n third class Petty and is an electrician He will aboard U S ij Savannah one of tm navys newest ships which will aail soon for Europe HE NEVER DISAPPOINTS several hundred people bran for tin Hiurc of Kepre Senator Williams can will bis menage 1U Never SiindnyMhio at wii prcint I cut H V P I Ttie interests of jfood schools Rood roads and rood health Let us look around ourselves and the community at large and we nee his handiwork everywhere John Williams can do something for the Second Congressional IHs trict in Washintrton must judge th future by the part He has been a worker a doer in the State Senate nnd he can accomplish things us in Washington These arc goitir 1 of the things outstandinir in his platform that he wishes to put I through in Congress j O A national eight hour law jwiih no rndiiction in pay for textile workers in by ilir Amer ican Federal tot if CJl A I winch will enable tivM ir n with tfaeir cmpkrur fo better and I ter living conditions without beinc jliable to boycott or 3 Immediate payment to World War Veterans of their Adjusted Service j Certificates in without linji fifteen years longer us now pro and until that measure be 1 comesa law allow to bor row money on thefr Certificates at jthe Federal rediscount rate which Cat present is about two and one j half per then G per as is now charged them j A readjustment of I tory freight rates as between this jvitinrty and California nnd j to the northern markets on fruits watermelons asparagus vegetables and commodities of all other kinds iso that the freightwill charged i strictly on a mileage basis and will i enable the people of our section to jget a more advantageous price for I their commodities than those from a far creator whoare now I iiblc to compete with us Gointr ovor the Second Conces sional Districts nint Counties from Sahida to the the people are U asking about Aikett Countys I date and they are joining his ranks i by the hundreds If the old adage that coming shadows before be true then Aiken County will be honored on August Gth by havincr one of her native sons nominated to j It looks like a veritable landslide I What appears to be an overwhelm majority of the voters over the j District say that John Williams is I the man To state hirc thnt jileetinn Ht Um firirt primary scemi j positively wooM savor i what political btit ffir tin plain mnttT nf fact that i such t bo the true Mtua ucrej The Dinbe Mcmonal Libran has at tht pool closed anotlur successful a idav a class wun j nrd A clans with of June had mi unn begmninsr Jt 5 00 p in Vny others isunlly me circulation and J ilv sur iviih to Life Saving bnould jpassed Jnh of lust the sue Mjsa Mae White and or intense heat and the fact that muny call the office of C Lee Sowivn imJsoujjnt the cooling ocean breezes or Those who are working jthe more invigorating mountain at dtuing the day and cahnot moot this mosphcre schedule can make special arranjie Thirty lishil as rcmlinir for the AFTER SHORT Divd Night Dr Huger Tudor Hall beloved physician of this city died Friday the I vacation as the time limit for this swimming reading is not reached until Oct 1st Tlic library hoursare to 1 and i tit 5 except Saturday nfler noons and Sundav mcnts with Mr Gownn to tret in Keadintr Certificate this summer stvucTion and an examination proJTliere is still time to catch up if any viued tfaoyenroll immediately onehas had to bo away off n long Last Saturday cndel week of the municipal pool and thu weekly reports of Jliss White show that theauendanee bfin or an of ptTWfck which is neiwly morn I than the attendance any previous season This shows that the younit itjOrJuf A ftivjHiHjiivt kind of training The usual classes in Swimming will be continued with the exception j of Advance Swimminjr which class will take Savins at this time j Big Still Seized In Mossy Section Federal officers Kobiuson itnd An drews seized a bic stilL near Coxs bridire in the Mossy section on Sat urday It wns a 120 gallon steamer Three hundred gallons of mush was j destroyed with about two gallons i df whiskey A colored manby the Miss Mary StaubeK had the uuod j mime of Harry Bush found at fortune last week of a still nnd arrested 7 aflur anillnessT of only two days He was at home with afew relatives on Wednesday evening and was suddenly stricken with pa ralysis practically without warning from which he never recovered He was the son of the H Hall and Emma Dflwsori and was born and reared in Aiken He received his medical edu cation at the South Carolina Medical THIRTYONE POUND BASS thirtyone pound liass at South Island near while fishing Last Wcdnesdnv Fc officers Georgetown i Robinson and Andrews made a at Charleston and located in his native town where he ttas practiced liis profession continu ously He wns always interested in the civic affairs of Aikcn and wns a mombvr of Aiken lodge Xo 150 A F Kadoshlayah Chapter No R A nnd Aiken Commandery Xo H nnd had served for many years as Vestryman of St Thaddcus Episcopal church of which he was a member He is survived by his wife Mrs Anna Aldrich Hall one daughter Mrs Anna Lobby Prothro two sons Messrs James Aldrich Hall and Hu trer Tudor Hall Jr Two sisters Mrs Susie Hall Edccrton and Mrs Caro line Hall Tarrani both of Aiken Slic wiis with puity of friends cessfill raid near Pin Bridge this famous fishinir grounds Hjnml seized a 100 gallon took about five minutes to bind this gallons of mash was destniveiLJJuJand one brother Dr fish and finally Miss StaiilieS had WHS not in operation and no ask help from men in the party arrests were made The tish was brought 10 Aiken nnd was on display for several days at i Cbivf and Mrs M L Kiblei Vcrcnes Ice Plant OPEN COTTON BOLLS family left Snturday i Mays visit to relatives in L for n ten Newberry firnt bulls if npiii riitton be receivcil in Aiken oamt1 fr HiKbliinil Farms owned by Mr H llabn ThdiiiaH picked b i tldll I Jchn Wtlliflnii dr 1 lie deserves Jo hi A iken Viid f him iir i It H Vn U n fur iiv bi ii U f Aicn i an ipcn bull nn iid William MIII m tin f tin1 of tncn arc of July picked a bull c riKinth i STATE FORESTER AT BEECH ISLAND SPEAKS TO CLUU MEMBERS soil Hull of Funeral services were held at St Thaddcus Episcopal church on Sun day afternoon nt five oclock und interment wns made in the church Iimetery The honorary pallbear ers were Drs L Hoonc T G Brooks Hurry Wymaii Hastlnin J K Unwell Wm G Hodlc A Whitlock C A Snndirs Ifuroid Piatt M J mid Mr W Muckenfuss Active pallbearers were Messrs W J I Salley Frnnk P liitidcrxin Harry Sudlnw W H Purdue nnd lr fi A Milnvr SMALL ON MONDAY h Tli I Tlinr Ar Trrri AV Inil Aloiil ilxhlr f T Oil An li iwits received with grral applasiM I at service Suivlny At Wnirncr at ihel will be a niidal The Mcnnd roirutftf j the of the SUMMER INCLUDE LIVKSTOCK IN MAKES FUTURE IUOFITS 1i iNKM f the T A held at Wagijncr yrstrnlny iaricitinle anl one at IJ dclnck Khould hear A coriial CAMPAIGN DATES Snturday August A M x I Tuesday Auirust 1Jth P M j Saturday August Oak j Grove School House A M Tuesday August North Au P M Satunlay August Irani te viile P M Monday Augurt P M MARRIAGE LICENSES PLAN FOR WINTER GRAZING Nearly iii f winter plnntd in are iant od too late the fall to gv the prentet ainiunt of feid during the fall winter nvnths ays J La Master head f the dairy It i5 best ti gel seoi now ani bo ready to jvlant the gcicol rn yon tbtmiddle of September on near the barn makinc prazing possible from Vdvornher i April A good mixture to sow i its rye and barley ciih one per acre together with 0 pouni of vetch Plant at least onehalt acre of this gnxins milling And like the j linice WiMi dnrini tl j past two the followinir mar I I iage licences I Wm H PIS u to Leola dill bnth f Hriio Huller to Julia Mary V S of Milledireviile i Ga H ChandUr 27 o Todd L1 Atlanta Ca IS 1 XaMni II Whently nic P Mar Aa i M ai f h T a lf 1 may V ii1 r l f fSch i I iii are to Jiiy fMm bog fa and iiave iain of k Till mean pul ltl r ieix grain li at P II v I 0 pound gain irio arlv i eriouvi At ai ay i i di church Sunday f hi be avay all Uiill lnt 1 il itevot 1 M V A a f K 1 i naiity ii yym 1 i a tact i and o a brokin V knew no io r treated if would a i e Kella Garvin I Mil Honry J H v 1 h Foster t 2 both of George Haight to Mrs Mildred Centralia III r K Biggarstaff 21 to Mae 22 Milledgeville H G Kirby US Ivey Taylor 12 MI average fa v ay t bain i uak 0i hen iav b f e h t j m cow iai uir rbeap feed tnr iore nature let tni rnor thanfive or inches if Shrllie Strange Ga Grady C Keov Win Park laying I r be uvi a r f f i I1 be MINISTER RESIGNS A ACROSS THE or i ter starts Mr hrad in fai failure to grnre in pe a hny crii ir Maih 2 f w t A fIree MKTN i K Mnv gi ta i n r m a v A S r in vni are T f n r rr The Senatorial Candidates visit Ai kpn on Frlflny August 15th The people of the county should plan to attend this meet ing It promises to be the largest attended meeting of the campaign
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