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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - August 13, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina familjLin AJtom reads JflBrnaLjuid Officer to Learn Who MANY LAWS PASSED iN CITY AND COUNTY Caiman Widener who lives Lime iu of to was mysteriously shot at his pn a load of bird shot taking effect in his leg r Chief iredei Track Driver B soral difficultly front qt white eocncil WM in Marion CoBfrtMionBl campaign The womt is regular monthly Bfinw will ft good distance reports tram over the District point to the election of Senator candidacy ia gaining rieadi in Aikro Gonnty should recall his faithful f tnr 2Z years the best years of life and take interest in gir liijf election Tlay This County lias nearly a third of the vote of the that should speak loudly for Wil liams The other Counties in the dis trict are supporting him labor will recall that he Mas represented them in the halls the Legislature for 22 years ing to pass laws to prevent dockingr iri cotton milld to provide for pay to provide notice before shotting down lo provide for payment of discharged labor promptly and to protect the health of the operatives They win also re call that he fought their fight at Graniteville venrs ago where shorter hours woiei airrccd to He is now advocating a national eipht hour textile day Tn his opening speech at Edgefield he slated after paying TI gltryring tribute to the for burn who came with us bo they and hnii made such good citizens saying they were good because they had left the heel of oppression in their native there nn six millions here who have not be come naturalized while five mil lions of our Americans arc out of und some of them nt the bread line That those wfio fail to naturalize should seek quarters in samp other land and give their places of employment The people nf Aiketi county will rtrnll Senator Williams legislation for romls bring firrt in the South Ffidiral Aid White Iond to to and naitber wna of ows acratebad They tritd both Council doind evi dence rod ft number of tritat testified in WMr to Uie of coun ty cunpaica JUMtiar fixed by the State commit WM standinr taftinr with wnmber of the wbferi Mr Bwn hiJl came up and asked him why he tried to bring him matter discussed before counciland told them that he was trying to roh tbe fire department Mr MeCarty told him it seemed like he ivas trying to The will htdiln do this when Bamhill said he a lie MeCarty then struck Barn hill and they got into a general fisti cuff Both wen expressed regrets of the affair The verdict of council was n fine of for each CANDIDATES ASKED MANYQUESTIONS AT LANCLEY MEETING A LaiTfcCrowd inn Nicht at Lanffley About fiOO people heard the can for the House of Represen tatives address the people of Lnng ley last niirht They their UF unl speeches and were given good attention and the npplausi was lib erally divided A special feature of the meetinn wax a et of nsked each candidate The following were the 1 Had you been a member of the of Smith MI wd with the other candi date for tin United Statei Cole L and Leon W HvrU park near the A istand 1iM been erected in thu park and will be provided for the ladies The city has given permission to off the whole intersection of this street andno automobiles will from In disturbed by J will not of chtnea and will be given Iwtr the speakers by County Coairaikri D W Gaston and the speaking will begin at i Everyone is and the peo ple of count give Jim Byrnes the glud Band Negro Hurt In Auto Wreck Monthly Report Welfare Worker Report in Detail Many Activities FinnnciaL Statement Given Hit by Machine Driven by Elie Cobb Recently Acquitted for Killing Man automobile accident oci ctirrcd at thu corner of Edgefteld Avenue and Laurons Sunday Number of interviews in regard night when a machine driven by4 the above families 200 Jesse Thomson was hit by a machine i Number of families referred to the driven by Elic Cobb With Cobb j committee appointed by the County were Ben Garner Lourie Price and Commissioners andjlelettation iO Elizabeth Johnson all colored Number of conferences with Thomsons car was overturned Health Officer or phyMcmn 10 rushed tJ the Aiken hospital and is groceries or milk in emergencies i now recovering from his injuries Number of white and Cobb wan arrested on Monday Hecolored supplied with groceries is th same man who killed Charlie weekly 14 Highland at a negro church near i Number of of Montmorenci Uas tried last AUK ustand acquitted supplied to needy families f 1 baby crib donated by Mrs K Allen and distributed to n needy Howard Seized Big Still of phoes B All families visited or interviewed Sheriff Howard a large still woro referred to Dr Wm i numerous in the vicinity of Aiken This insect seems to prefer grasses as its food however it will attack other plants as corn coKpfaa cotton soybeams and other crops after it has consumed the grasses thatmay be growing in the middle of these crops This insect will sweep a field cleanas if a fire had passedover it in many cases In speaking with C Lee Gowiin County Agent he says the insect can becontrolledwith the stomach such as arse nate of lead calcium arsenate pnri green arsenite of and magnv siuni areenate Since calciumnrscnate is prob ably tbe most easily obtained of any df these poisons he suggests tbe use nf one part calcium to nine Herron was in the yard when a gun shot in a room in which were Mrs Widener Jim Smith colored ron It is claimed by them that the gun was standing in the corner of the room when it fell and was dis charged Smith was in the line of fire and was slightly wounded There is alsoanother version of the shoothig Widener was rushed to tho Aiken hospital and yesterday was reported to recovering from his wounds night Dr B C McLean for the newly organized Park Goftr told council that theptrkt WINS SCHOLARSHIP Miss Kirk Thorin has been awarded the scholarship tu the Uni parts of slacked lime thoroughly of South Carolina for a Kiistrt nntj urti tr a nn i fouryear term a result of the peas and other plants belonging to competitive examination these families For other Tops one WheWne of Perry to four parts r usfthe calcium senate dust straight j The reason for diluting the cal ritim arscnate dust with slacked lime is to prevent burning plants which seem be very tender nntl rd and the pure calcium arsenalc i lust whoro heavy applications i applied would probahlv do consulj erabb injury to soybeans and velvet brans but applied diluted with the shirked lime Four Hundred Mcmltrr Attend ASPARAGUS MEET HELFATA1KEN EXPERTS AT MEETING nn Saturday nl the bead of Cedar I office for typhoid inoculations or i Creek The still had never been fur hookworm treatment and It was a horse power boiler with instructions suggested above the Department of1 Kntouiologly at Iemin no injury should roMiH The army worm raptHv and works fast and injury from this uhen Mating Placet of In About lb Counly Over 1IMI pinple gathered at the iMtinit of AiBragu gr were badly In of work that at least wu needed thia year The Park Commission has recent ly been reorganized and the foUoWr ing new membersadded Messrs C J Hill David Inglis and Dr B C McLean The old taembcre left on the board were Mrs Nelson Johnson Mrs J F Williams Mrs W E Duncan At a meeting of the com mission C J Hill was elected chair man Mr Hill hag generously agreed to give the commission the use of teams wdseoups for tho grading and plowing of the parks There sixty parks in the city and under the new plan each member will be in chargeand have the supervision of work in parks A park was nmposed fur Laufens street extend in from pinstoffice block to the rail road bridge A derision will be made later upon this cittestion A clnimuniratiiiii was received from Miss Hattie Atkinson asking that tin parks and streets in front of her on put in gmid order Hefcvrvd to Street inmmittee Mrs Turner ask ed that a telephone mle in front of her residiiicn on Hoods lane be re moved A decision in this matter will made later A letter was read from Messrs II Johnson and Marry Welborn tntinir that they bad bfn fired from the Department because they had for a financial report of tit the companys aiTairr They nlso iuiir in know what liernme of the H2 vntir contnininir in iiid MI docked from firotmvi who fail iri he Palnxt t o I attend Chief Irodol Me lie K A y abuut this matter nf nt td aid that iiee turn were drop tii rI renerai Aid I nue ronu io tH and no can the luring the nf of AI lo this road roplarrd have voted for or the lf wnt rrard ae and i dorSC 4H Club Work di member bv It will lie recalled that Aikrn iinl has put in h Stale tlyi y thrniicli Mr nnd n one using r driving can for get the Aiikustn rmii with mud in wet weather and dust in flry weather short detour now lirinsr remind rse the dayn jtopc by Anil the KUenlon VVagcncr anil Salley roads are soon to be constructed having alreaily liron placed in the State system of bard surface rrnds With the completion of tliesr and the Windfor Cluvrilel County Alldit of South Carnlinn Filed Yesterday feeding nf presii ml children i with jsnlV place n fotrr TM f a M Slate nil vent il a 1 of the N v Every Office in Good and No the Tbortiwell hip in tbn in n to a bond ujt on Aikrn County for any purpose Tf elected tn the Cnnrral Assem bly of South Carolina in the present election will you vote tci place bond upon Aiken County for J certified public accountants whu havean orphannire r n private home A Hair Ul tie V I i 1 N Ha t r s and liuieaii ai t IM T L tu fie moriey i lin estia men were hired and in and Truck Found Orphanaiie A vi it was mad with nnmiiy her tn the home of a vlio Yesterday Wilkinson would like to plan her rli State 1aii i any iirpnr without first submitting just finished nn audit of th affairs Tbe nrphnnac anno tinin Pr it to the people for a vote upon the county tiled thrir report with bey arp inTiibcrs any of Work i j the Clerk of Courl church In you favor and if elected will I The report a and no vith Uhe of our State sytm will be aiU rancrl certain judgment i irregularities were found On the daily tiy Mr 1 K Iarker credit to any County Maine I by the of Aikrn ronlrary they found every office in Accompanied Tbe school hojses built under 1 very with record well bercn lnw Mr Williams amir11 amount of kept trium hi many the T auditor h l v im a the AiMn Htii t h f C 1 Iiiiiev Windsor 1 number of iv and nrili ned you Cofrr Tin tiiM r nf the inl I d er tV Hore Ceek t Hi M C K o Tiv of i mrmbira of i H Kile ren hold a meeting litatioti in jot Monday niit a S urlofk ti f I into tiie atfaif f the drpnrt Sv fairuei f j tired v Chief Mc A re retained pending of i dTarninf Te for the year i With niilv T d oner atnl pomi n Aikrn County are a credit and pride t liver par trjn act i loinity to relieve the Tnn teartier ac other pavl bv M Wiiiian t i aid UhooN a1 a ot he ivadr a of th Sate TeachI Canil inv Im Xo I for State hemelves so honored him nirary t the another Extra Campaign 1111 The people tho City f Ai X a platmd bv the Kxru agreemen be paid by I ie have IX been invited Sailey on r wil1 no Aug Uth at 11 A M ken will recall the thtec of pavine in the City of Aiken whirl Mr lent his aid to rvtn appearing boforo diuncil to re quest that he be allowed to pass the bill to pave and drain the streets of Aiken Others arc The Dental Clinics the Health Department and the Hospital thejc having driven diphtheria tvphoid malaria and other once dreaded disearet out in a large The Health Department having given free thous ands of preventive inoculations and vaccinations and the Dontal Clinics having repaired the mouths of thous ands of school children ninny others havj T 1 Would not cancel judgments will hiid Kiich I t in i S S fannli Meeting Dates is i a for Attended tli Stat Child W r niiitee f State 1 who contributed t Welfare Work during July a t hy thr rrrart ings Mill Wedn V thi Garv larvin e near Dr Would help suffering humanity nt n m The meeting will be at w M My O 1 of South wherever he found it Antweri I Would have voted for bond the ladies of the community Dinrifr will be served 2 Would not place bonds upon property without vote of tbo people I will not Would not cancel judgm 5 Vutcd t aid people in 4 t uould not cancel judgments i f rook llev and proud of it S Would assist suffering human ity wherever he found it Antwen 1 opposed t bond tht1 American the State American r Auxilin imilding iary Miss Claudia Mr and MI of Mrs Coo H Mead the Aiken ach post in of American Red Cross Mr j fiport 1 the KdKcivood Hairy Mr n hir and Mrs A K Kdwnrds Miss v i IVot the K II Kruwes the i wardsMcIyfan ani the and DRIVE TUT ON BY D OF A Answers I Icniod that there was a bond ue in ho strict of hr Circles the Church Mr Mrs 1 Miss Kona Mr S K havinjr received treatment C1 Was not member of as Tho Akon r Ty Mr A These will not I nnt Pounds and Mr Klenke The people will recall that tho j TP1 Wcrk STAHBEO WITH ICK P statistics from Washington humanity not H wi showed that South Carolina bntovery of V M Vr r I1 ICK 11 r r 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