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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - August 6, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                  N **riy every family in Aiken County reads the Journal and Review.  VOL. 60—NO. 32  No Paper Published in this Locality Equal* the journal and Review's  Circulation in Aiken County  COUNTY CAMPAIGN  B IN FULL SWING  AT ELLENTON WEDNESDAY  AIR** 9. C.. WF.UNEftftAr, AUGUST ft HAG  Meeting Held at V sue I use Saturday Night, and at Wagener Yastarttay Neat Meeting at Windsor.  Annual Picnic for  McLaurin Club  I  nr9f  Itta ting and Line Outing at Sawyer's Pond -Lood Program for Occasion.  WILLIAMS MAKING GREAT PROGRESS  IN CAMPAIGN FOR CONGRESS  $2,00 a Year - Sc a Copy  , The county campaign opened at Ellenton on Inst' Wednesday and about four hundred people heard the candidates present fheif claim,* to office. The people of that hospitable little town gave a free barbecue and catfish stew after the meeting was over. The candidate* and visitors were load in their praise of the people of Ellenton.  The meeting was presided over by Mr. A. A. Foreman, who presented the candidates for the House of Representatives. The gentlemen made good speeches, the common subject f.»r discussion wa,-from heavy taxes. The present in Cumbcnts, Messrs, B. K. Keenan. John W. Duncan and S. B. Williams gave an account of their records for the past two years, explaining their positions on the various questions that had come before the House, and nakeder*-election at the hands of the voters  Therefore four gentlemen, Me? ra, •I. L. ViarHn, M. h Bu h, Boyce R, Gantt and rf. J. Craig, Sr., who are contesting f\r places rn the delega tion, and they\all made good speech cs.  M. F. Bush wak^on home ground, and was liberally appled cd bv his fellow townsmen. He made an ex cellent speech and will receive a unanimous voU at Ellenton.  The candidates for district com-misisoner were introduced. C. J. Hill who seeks re-election spoke of his record for ten years in that office. J. Wiley Woodward and W. J. Moseley made short speeches and told why they were seeking the office.  Charles T. Bailey, candidate for magistrate from Hist. No. 2, wa- in traduced, bus dbl not speak.  After the candidates for county office- had finished their speeches Claude Aman, candidate for congress addressed the voter*.  At Vauctusc on Saturday An extra meeting wa- held at V auchise on Saturday night, anil several hundred people heard the candidates for the H msg of Representatives. Senator William-, can didatc' for tntttjf: « -•> was present and made a rr.o-t convincing argument. He was received with great applause.  At Wagener Yesterday The -erond regular scheduled meeting of the county campaign wa* held at Wagener yesterday morning at 11 o’clock.  Received With Much Enthusiasm in the Counties Visited and His Friends are Confident of His Election.  Life-Saving Class  At Municipal Pool  Attrmhmr* na*    Very    Good  With an Average of SIS Per Wee*  Successful Month  At Dibble Library  targe Numbar nt Hor. mod Girl* Reading Fbi* .Summer  " * .fica! - - a’ rate, whi h vo and iii e then 0 per I them; (I) iisctinui ,i  The lieLaiitin Home Demonstration Club held its annual picnic and  regular monthly meeting at Sawyer's Pbnd. July lith at 4 o dock.    —---—  Swipuniog, canoeing, and other  J °hn F. WUliama needs no eulogy, gain with their employer* for better water sports were enjoyed. The  Th * trot on of Aiken County know pay, shorter working hour*, and bet-meeting was called to order for a    his record of twenty-two ter living condition*, without being  busine** session, a twhieh time Mist | y«*r* of faithful service in the liable to boycott or blacklist*'; (3) Bailey discussed plans for a club !  funeral Assembly from this county. Immediate payment to World War market to be opened in Aiken this  But  » deserved tribute is never a- Veterans of their Adjusted Service  f * H -    | mi “* “ d Jt  *■ Probably timely to Certificates in full,• without wait-  Ruby June* told of her trip to the Publicly remind the voters of Aiken mg fifteen yearn longer «* now pro State Short Course at Winthrop OU-  ( County 'as to just wh tins man is vide.J; and until th«* measure belike. Agnes Baughman gave a brief I in  ^fder that they might pause for comes a law, allow Veterans to Lr-sketch of camp held at Edisto Act- ' reflection at this time when he is row more;, on their ( demy. Mrs. J. C. Jones expressed  av *‘ n * f° r  promotion.    the Federal tediscoUn  the regrets of the club in the re-!  John  William* was born, reared at present is about min U of Mrs. W. S. Sawyer, to  an  I has always lived in Aiken Conn* half per cent., lather relief j I endleton.    I    t$. ip spite of the fact that he had cent., a- is now chare  The picnic supper was spread un- | m>  ‘ arI >’ advantages, he ha* come up A readjustment of tho ui-cr der large oaks, and wa* very much j  fr '* m th ‘‘ bottom, and today i- one tory fieight rates as Atween this enjoyed by all those present. The the recognised leading trial law-[vicinity and California and Fl orida following club ma rn hers and visitors >' er<  **f the state. At one and the to the northern markets on fruits, were present: Mrs, J, (\ Jon*'*, and * nu ‘  lime -  h, ‘ »* IVerident Pro Tem- watermelon*, asparagus, vegetables family, Mrs. J, \’. Burgess and fam-Jn or< ’  of l b<* State Sensu- and Chair- and commodities of all other kinds. Uy„ Mrs. Ed Boatwright and child-; mun     powerful Judiciary Com : so that the freight will lie charged  Ten,    Mrs.    Theodore Fox and    son.    | ni «ttee of the    Senate,    the two    high-    strictly on    a mileage basis, and    will  Mrs.    C. A.    Hallman and family,    Mrs.honors In    the    gift    of thai    body.    enable the    people of .mr Section to  J. L.    Gunter, Miss Clio Gunter,    Mrs.    , These honors    are    not    lightly given,    get a more advantageous price    for  but they    must be won bs states-    their commodities than    those from  mart! hip, leadership, integrity, abib a far greater diajtttce who are now, ny, honor and eternal vigilance to able to compete with us. the call of duty. This William* is Going over the Second Congres-no feeble and cringing politician. Mona!‘District's nil* Counties, from  a man -    Saluda to    the See, the people    are  -- ......uc . Among the many constructive '.liking about Aiken, fountv’p Candi-  <*» Ruby Jones. Eunice Gunter, Ag- ’"’’n^rrv John Williams has fat!,cr- late, and they are joining hi* runks ne- Baughman. Effle Lou Sawyer ’ ! ’ <1 in th( ' Legi-lature. and of which by the hundreds. If the old adage and Eunice kneece.    j    b*“  j - ju tIv proud, ara- th-esc TTI the that ‘‘coming evekt* • rgyf tTioir  interests of good schools, good road*    shadow* before"    be true,    then Aiken  and good    health. Let us look around    County will be    honored    on lugu-t  - .ourselves    and the community at  !     26th by having    one of    her native  Mr, Joe Wise, son of Mrs. S. A. ' ar *re,  and w <*  st>t ‘ his handiwork -on* nominated to Congress,,  Mise, of this city, left on Sunday for « v<>r y w here.    j t     | 0(> g s  like a veritable landslide,  Hampton Roads, Va., having re-en-j  dolin  Williams can do something What appears to bt an ov« rwhelm-listed in the U. 8. Navy for a per ^ or Sfi eond f ongressional Dis- I jug majority of the Voters over the iod of ten years. Mr. Wise is a  tnrt in  Washington. We must judge District say that John Williams is third class Petty Officer and is an ^* e  future by the past. He has been the man. To state here that hi* electrician. He will he aboard the * worker, a doer in the State Senate, election at the fir* primary -eem* ll. S. S. Savannah one of the navyV  and  he can accomplish things for positively assured would savor omt newest ship* which will sail soon for 1 u *  ir>  Washington. These are some what of ‘‘political ballyhoo” but Europe.    of the things outstanding in his j for the plain matter of fact that  —-__    platform that he wishes to put -uch appears to he the true -itua-  1 WO Classes in Life Saving were -tarted at the municipal pool Mon-day, a cia-* with boy* beginning at ! ! th a. rn . and a < la** with girl*  beg tining at * od p. rn. Any others who Wish to take Life .Saving should see Miss Mao White and enroll, or call the office of C, Lee (iowan im mediately. Those who are working duiing the day and (annot meet this schedule can make special arrangements with Mr, Cowan to ct: in-true;ton arni an examination provided they enroll immediately.  Lu t Saturday ended the ' k the my; \;-ai    -    a im ming  pool and the weekly reports of Miss that the attendant e ha - • DU, or itaverage of ill ti  *. "In i is rn , Iv 2,IRK) rn in  < attendance any previous -ca-on. This show* that the young  fcL’l'* af \ ,k«*H HMHiis IftiY i bt* I >ght  kind it training.  I he ti - ti n I classes in Swimming w ll hr continued, with the exception of \iHance Swimming, which class will take up Life Sac ng ut this time,  ll bite fen per w, than '  The Dibble Memorial Library hay closed another very successful month of reading by the boys ami girl* of Aiken, June had an unusually fine circulation an.I July surpassed July of lie • year dcapite the st tense beat and the fact that many - gilt the cooling ocean breezes or the nit©re invigorating mountain atmosphere.  I flirty are Ii fed *4- lf adji g fur the Heading I ertiflcaie this summer.  ■till    time to i at    h up    if any  had    ?-* be awa    n a long  a- the time lim :  f  r this reading is not reached until t h ?. 1st.  rho    library hours are    daily,    IO t >  I and    >    to *,    < x(ept Saturday    after  noon- and Sunday,  DR. HUGER T. HALL PASSES AWAY  after short illness  Beloved Physician of This City .‘itrichen on Wednesday and Died Friday Night.  ii Iii* hi • acatu  Big Still Seized  In Mossy Section  W. S. Sawyer, Mrs, Movia Mills,  Mrs, Ashby Kneecc, Mrs. R. L.  Hu oka bee and children, Mrs. Hall and children, Mrs. Lou Sawyer, Mrs.  G. W. Sawyer, and children, Miss, Elizabeth Bailey, Home Demonstra  !It ‘ •' tion Agent, Miss Sue Rearden. Mis*-"  and Furrier Kncerp;  ENLISTS FOR TEN YEARS  THIRTY ONE BOUND BASS  Mi** Mary Staubes had the good , fortune la-t week of landing a  1 1 flirty -on* pound ha** while fishing at South Island, near George! iwn. [She wa* with a puny of friends at I tin- famous fishing ground*. It j to..k about five minute.- to land this fish and finally Miss St aula % had to n-k help from men in the part) The fish was brought to Aiken and was on display for several days at Vcrenes Ice Blunt.  I’< seral officers Robinson and An-diews seized a big still near Cox’s bridge in the Mossy section on Sat inlay. It wa « I 2Q gallon st. liner I ! roe bu- . I . alboo o'* m.,-h w a-destroyed, with about two gallons of whiskey, A colored man’by the name of Harry Bush wa* found at the -till and arrested.  Last Wednesday Federal officers Robinson and Andrew made a *uc-ci -.-ful raid near Bum Log Bridge, and Heiled a IOO gallon still, 1,800 gallons of ma-h was destroyed The -till v as not in operate n, and no arrests were made.  OPEN COTTON BOLLS  HE NEVER DISAPPOINTS  CAMPAIGN DATES  \agust IHI)— V, indoor,  > i august 12th—Langley,  Saturday,  11:00 A. M  Tuesday,  7:00 P. M.  Saturday, August DUH — Oak Grove School House, 11:00 A. M.  Tuesday, August 19th—North Augusta, 7:30 P. M.  Saturday, August 23rd Ville. 1:00 p. M.  Monday, Vugu.-t 25th—Aiken, 8:00 P. M,  Sunday morning at 11:15, at the Baptist church, Dr. P, J, Mel. an will have a- his message, “IL Never Disappoint*.” Funday-scho.d at T*. a rn. J. T. Shuler, xupecmteod-ent. I he ii 5 . p. ( ... meet f ies-day night a* 8. Wednesday night at  v ': Inud-week service. Sunday n rh! at 8;15, there will be a medal Conte t under the auspices of the M  1  Ll. A number of > .inng people will participat<’ and every one I 'i''a I *’’< :    \    '..ii  come to all the -ervices.  MARRIAGE LICENSES  through in Congress:  < I) A national eight hour law with no redu< lion in pay, for text It ‘worker , as sponsored by tin iran Federntion ( f Labor;  ■ la vv which will enable Text I  Ci affibii'-v tluintAcUv*  I on, or othe: a is<> colleetix<  \ rner-(2 * A  e wo? with .4 Iv bar-  j ti.'!),  fob: He i,  < 'engr:  I proud ' h rn. I,  tlliams  rves to  -s. A >ken of him, ii  SUMMER MANAGEMENT  MAKES FUTURE PROFITS  INC! I DE  end  ly bi ;   LIN I  I HE  nom • ated • r-  mtv sh mid lorn' i> proud of \ .en i our:! y  ar horn*  The first bolls of open cotton to be received in Aiken came from Highland Farms, owned by Mr. H. c Hahn. Thomas Mangey, picked ! an open boll on the 23rd of July, ; ac t \\ illiam Moselej picked a boll on the ’.’.'lh of the ann- month. Both of these men are go >d farmers and have good aror-.  SMALL FIRE ON MONDAY  Chief and Mrs. M. L. Kiblet and family left Saturday for a ten lax* visit to relatives in Newberry  county.  STATE FORESTER AT BEECH ISLAND  SPEAKS TO CLUB MEMBERS  8*v» flint Th ne Arr About 2,000,-OOO Bill- I rr-r h Availnble for Di»-  Dr. Huger Tudor Hall, beloved physician of this city, died Friday night, after an illness of only two . I    He wa* at home with a few  : relatives on Wednesday evening, and was suddenly stricken with pa-i a si* practically without warning, . from which he never recovered,  He wa* the son of the late Dr. Henry ll. Hall and Emma Dawson Had, and was bora and reared in liken. He received his medical edu-jcati n at the South Carolina Medical J college, at Charleston, and 'located -j in hi* native t. wn, where he ha*  ! practiced hi* profession continuously.  Hi wa* alway* interested in the civic affairs of liken, and wa* a I member of Aiken lodge, No. 156, A.  I. ,M., Kaduihlayali Chapter, No. 41, K A. M„ and Aiken Commandery,  J No, l l, and had served for many I year a* Vestryman of St. Thaddeus Hp i sc opal church, of which he was a j member.  He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Anna Aldrich Hall, one daughter,  I Mr* Anna Deb by Pro thro, two sons, Messrs. J a im-* Aldrich Hall and Huger Tudor Hall, Jr. Two nesters, Mrs.  I Sumo Hall Edgerton and Mr*. Caroline Hall Tarrant, both of Aiken; arui one brother, Dr. CharljrsJD**-. son Hail, of Atlanta.  Funeral .services were held at St.  I haddeus Episcopal church on .Sunday afternoon at five o'clock, and interment was made in the church cemetery. The honorary pallbear-  j '‘is were: Dr*. L IL Boone, T. G. Brook-, Hairy Wyman, Hastings IVvnian, .1 R. Howell, Wra. G. Bodle,  II. A. ll hillock, Jr., C A. Sanders, j Harold Plait. M. J. <Juattlebaum, land Mr. ll. VV. Muckenfusa.  | Active palUoarer* were: Messrs.  II ll. ll oui Hey* J, B. Salley, Frank P. IL nderson, Hurry Sudlow. IV. H. Purdue and Dr. G. A. Milner.  An Appreciation  alo  T »CK  I IRM  IN  BU SIN FSS  J Idi  •Granito-  i  issued during the the following mm  PLAN FOR WINTER GRAZING  Nearly all of the winter cr os planted in South Carolina are planted too late in the fall to g ’-<’ the greatest amount of feed during the fall an i winter months, ay* J. P. LaMuster, head of the dairy division. It i- best to g*t the seed now and he ready to plant the fir-t good season after the middle of September, on land near the    barn', making  grazing possible from November to April.  A good mixture to sow is oats, rye, and barley', ©ooh    one basbel per  acre, together with 20 fwiund- of vetch. Plant at least one-half acre of th:- grazing crop for each milking cow. And feed like this which the cow t an harvest for he? < lf Mea cheap feel}, and    stimulate* milk  production during the winter month-far more th n the true f• •• • .• \n! ue of the grasses becall-e of is • si • culent nature.  D<in't let this grazing mixture get more than five or six inches h gh before it is grazed, advises Mr. La Mater. If it -'arts t*> head in th" fall because of failure to graze it,, much of the feed value will be Ir-t due to winter killing. The cow- may be taken "AT this pasture late in March and you can get a good hay crop in May.    I  A tu r ust a. Ga. k« )f vj IL*, , I ag late Bon  um  Judge Webb past two week 1  Mage licenses:  Wm. R. Potts 3d, to In*ola Cog-dill 2»>. both of Winnsboro.  Brisco Butler 25, to Julia Mary Turner I-, both of Milledgeville, Ga.  J i:nes B. Chandler 27,  *o Hazel Todd. 21, Atlanta,  Fri nk B. Zulie is, Jar Fla., t i Naomi Davidson 3.* ta.  I h min ll. Whenth y 2 I,  Hie P. Mar hall, I igu-ta.  Frpe-t C. Clamp, IT. S Kella Garvin 31. Hitching!  Henry G. McCord 2 1, ll. Jon* -.  !v . both of Augu:  F<»-ter Moody 23, t > Less 21, both of Augusta.  'George Haight, 53, Philadelphia, Pa., to Mrs. Mildred Taylor, 12, Centralia, 111.  C. E. Biggarstaff, 21, Macon, Ga.. to Mao Lundy 22, Milledgeville, Ga  If. G. Kirby 2*. Nunney, Ga., to Shell ie Strange, 21, Sway nc-ville. Ga.  Grady C Ree-e, 2 1, Bath to Doxie Hight 22, Rhimdale, Ga.  Win. Park Lowe. 35, to M.iule Lee James 28, beth <>f Augusta.  Garland Mat h 21. to Inez Tap!, y.  ’ beth of Bath.  P S. James 27, t . Ruth Brusher, 23. both of Augusta.  Hard PilkentoR, 43, Augusta. ’ > Lena Mays 30, Green-b>>r.  et are I fall a 'I k molt.  at this od it t  have *  time  PI .H     ay ti    fit an inert .1 -    or ifits      fall    and v.nt 1 r          ‘lop,    *tl and iv cd    ! fh-h.d      most    likely to lay    through      d w    inter and t,    have          I hi* mean    that pul-      hr *    iM bbc.Ply    on grain      . P    ullets w inch    a re f0 re-      I net i    ion too early    will not      I re    en e 1 nergy    to com*      w h    vth arid lay ■ *h mav a1    through  ^0 ca ti so     'III  urn  d 11  if ti  poll if Cl  Din  Ce! |0(|  gain et an aver  fe< ling :n erago and ate  corn and 23.5 per loo pounds tic un  'I Im  rd kep Is and cgs v ill -I I will head.  I lav mg aking r  pou rn  o f 5. V mda o gain.  ■ en fr(  Ii vo st.         111 but: en I hi * I .ill        I Beneath the soft raj  . t •f 'I m yy ~ ’swy-j-r* 4^|-*ys,»".4 ♦    of the      Ii,*- lt<*- ,4.—rf,r-— r-rrr t," T '                “TTuYsMiig      1 alar rn on Mon lav nim n 1 g w 1 * >    E. I L* -y, I cl. tan? St    at* r *    bad ow , in t he beaut fiji    •Id t hurt h      c bo Ole -f lr. ne M. Crcary, Tm I 1 iiaw Areel v a disco** ?‘*’d rn e. Til.' ti if wa- lamed by a de  •  1  I: e pie,- n I ;... r.ip en, blit W .1-  : ii:,'i;I-lied .4-1 04 amen dwer - -    , ■> • * a It ij rt-! < ‘I ii I;, 11 i,  w  ; a ll the I iii jill .:  :  ■ at i    h Eland  lav. Pe    j val I o’ St. I had dc rn, I. afternoon, into the -oil loved -tat** there w as Jai 'bat wa mortal of Huge  I*) IU.;i pilEs.*|fVi£ Hit 018 ti ti  <* f, - ,, I ., f..... t L j   a 1 !  ‘O' ‘ ‘ p • *i ' if..L:    i*t Sunday of hi* Im. I a ■ ay all  r Hall. y has lost ! a bvot-      GI tv IN-C! AMP    It v . i - on/I * .a • • a’        I ‘-J l!  et alia iming nu  kith !lamed rn ml and ski    ■i modest llful hand*      -----    v ^ ' dv* ti. I ■    a    •    u-a rids.      I a a d  1 ; rn’ of ,’;i lap n* et    r:i;. I-V a* I'micm; a- ! pl        IL ' yht always int    * the sick      ; "i 1  ’ out * a rot i na wa t hat  1 1  M ’la Gar \ n and M I n -t < simp. wInch was - d* im i;*« I at Lo    ■ M-ut Holly I a • 5,im,......I ,,j    tim trw\    re rn win one personal!    tv, a syin       1  Soh’ , (,, < ar ’in th* • cai    I fin) v I >»    pat Ii ft * t out ii. a chan  j w ah imp n i confide    ning tact n< *■ and      rn< iii the brid**’* par* nt . M t, an ! rn. J. How.dl Garvin, .rn Tim I ,    d'hi i f ill and cinter : • it o'--' b< readv for : '■    2JMHC-    j  1  ‘»gl ’ h« a1 mg to n any    a broken      ■ mr ' a; I alf after eight .YE -h    Th* fr*’* Will be f irni-iie i    at rte-1,    I fbi- bein',ed physician    knew no      If (’eh* rn I”. w a- perf rrned b    w hi*"! ii' est imati I will b    I * aboul    ca-te, rich and poor wet    e treated      iv. C <' .! ne-,  Hit flowers and y.,! plant, made    ’•Pl! err ' boti and, it w a* Mr Id cry ai I the Im,    "JU hey    J abl < und< r ii'- tentier * ai  Alway- forgetful of sell    he would      ” ce; mony room in attrai-'ivo  t> h f i * !,* ' d I ; J i , \\ : g M *4 *'t* 1*4.. * I  V     V  '.'•Ii h < , ■•>,:! I > I 0,11011, or        J -pend hour- at a i k be  many a tp-va-ed and tier  I I C- f r * fit? <. fj | J >i 4 ,J J \ ‘    d rid * ar I we racked rec luse < f     i’.*/  Ivey  althy, fr »m  a Vi  i h.i  old lien tion by Ii Birds still -1, >u! I be bl et dei n  1  \ and  ige mltr. may be kept cral feeding av mg after S’ actory  r  ■ vt year if cf o! r  the  >r I  ■a.  i yer • md b  ELLENTON MINISTER RI SIGNS     , one ho    g will dear '      will de    ■ar $50(1 rn a      '•tin;' th    •• fee. I at      ■ 11nue*    Mr. Starkey.      •i good    way to en Jar      -in, -* is    to make      the wa    *<• lur d by      I, . i* f-t r, *    natures for a      s) c i cai  put the    ut*, it may f rattle ar !      the WH    i:»r on I      mid n -    I be ala! Ie.      n of the    crop* • th      i * with *    e con-* rvat     rat r on Int .-rra-m hmm i a?, ly aft* r tim O' ream and cak. (ere < r\ Ona rd Gar mu. lh IL ll a ■ I -1 C(| lr, I! I--. R I It  rn ’ In  n, devotion amil. were tic*. Ile - lighted t i '•u, Lr:.By, Sly mi-.-ed patients, ight touch-!( a grave, I fiend., irned Mid ie Father’s  K<  Hi  v and M I  CLE AR ACROSS I HE ( ON I IN EN I  Mi Cl  ll  I I!  •    ! .rn ii Hey ta turf)** I o  ft oi Hip’. Pmnt, N C ’ <’ w    ■ • •    to itll n i    the Sauti  urn    ’    ire    Exp ti    •>     a  ti  H    has    eh •, I    .  !     ... . i a  H    Hard wa-.    I    whir  ll  Mr:  N.  R   1  T Moore. 26, to Cora -on. 27, bn*h of A ugli ta  til Pt io a- 21, tn Louise i  -or. It*, both of Augusta.  bf sev ( I ackton, Jr., 21 louise T imm r gs I both go ta.  WiH I drai M Mao Ila no I -,  f Au-  < i> ob na    lh  c h u i  , u I rat e  der;  ontl  he conli  '■I ' c  Mr- Georg* Prince and infan son have returned from a visit to the former’s niother, Mr*. A J. Howard ' M: - Evi in Darlington. Mr.-and Mrs.    Prince    ha- moved    ti  are occupying an apartment    at the    has en! <  1     the    •  I "ne f Mi . Hate logan,    corner    <•„. *> .    •    ,    .  Pendleton street and Barn**    ll ave    Her friend*    rear*  Boe.    Aiken  51 to Lib i:  b G'th of Ellenton.  v n Smith, violini-t. li—i-'s where she » , -y of • hp hr ad .f the WR DW stat >n, that she has !< '*  I he Senatorial Candidates will visit Aiken on Friday, August 15th. The people of tit© county should plan to attend this meeting. It promises to be the largest attended meeting of the campaign.  tam, N. C week wit] i will lea Vi  >r Aide  Mini  * Henry  1  , ll.-. t i.  and Dr ll ll Mills, It ira! S .ci.d . f i  rging ti  A u  i .ng en’     A IKEN t Kit SIT    I • K          ■ • I • n      r .’ Pen • to the Un    e light a1      r it eld the hon  v'uag N d!a R I,    ; of ’ ii I -      la 1 , nor un at - o’    YU nj VEN-  .ck. and      fate J v ten IT a f T  i ■ r'....    he was      still .’•ny strung Hi    - Tri .ri      hg crew is hi- court rn,    ll rn      -ell, w h > ad ministers to    hit want*      V " I:  1  • r has    a goal of      50 hours. a:.d • ere - h    'ping he      

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