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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - October 8, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina in the ihnmii uid Review VT r No the Journal and Reviews AIKEN S WE OCTOBER 8 1930 a Copy KILLS CQNY1CT MUST COLLECT tittle Interest In from the i County AikenV S C J this office in the oi Awarded by Jr O U A of Public Auction Off Tract of of land for as In the Gtott vsu et 99 34 the Tabernacle was sold to the plaintiff City Bank vf TflmpB 0 LaGrohe et 436 acres about 2 13 miles from Han station jras bidin by the plaintiff for Faiiky of WesternCarolinavsrMrs fcetuj i Bailey iktv to Interest L dsyvroorning Dr IJLc Rajr during ohgpel period of Institute iixte4n certifi cates to thoae whocompleted the required number cf thirty books patronage the childteniH IBs summer monthsjiJune July and Aug discrimination If radvertisq is to to accomplish this then be taken further ordered make final returns to the 5 of Aikcn County on or beflprj vcmber 15th next f or prior to 1929 X Yours very trulyf3 A J BEATTIE General I have sympathised with and ap preciate tho comKtion of these de linquent taxpayers and have gladly extended all the leniency possible within my power Under the above order it will be nelccssary for mo to clear my files and all executions arc now in the hands of my various collectors J Howard Sheriff acres Sold to tho plaintiff or Chemical is Martin 25 acres ofland liear Wagoner Sold to plaintiff for Federal Land Bank of Coj who not be expected to com Aiken Branch School For Officers Witl W in Office Smoilt or Tffiht The first regular moetine of tho Aiken Hranrh Kchoot for Reserve the fortythreereaders whcTdhfnot receive certificates seve ral were long vacations othOiS were seeking to cultivate a reading habit for the first time and still others were younger readers ENGIN DISCUSSES CIPAL POWER District Meeting Saturday Night McDowell on Thursday Night sell their times the declara onncll expert Burns City ial conrmittee iTfjfe securingof new lightlcnd rates for Ai to the citl without the city having spent a cent Ho said tho rates could be immediately reduced li retjuir a few longer to pay for the plant He discussed every angle of the the commission form Titifoverniiieiit similar to the Commission of Public Works to npe to bo Entertained 0 U A M at a flna wieeting on urday night October 1 1th In con nection with this meeting Daugh ters of America tjf thts also be at Aikcn The Juniors will hold their meeting at the Court House while the Daughters will hold their meeting at tha Ma sonic hall A joint mooting will bo held at thp Court House after tho business sessions of tho two orguni AT CAMP MONTMOKKKCI Pick Shot After Tiricji to Stop Marion of chaingwig No 2 shot and Jellied Will Brown coiored Wednesday at noon meal tone The camp is locat ed near Montmorftncu Coroner Tatver heldrau Inquest that afternoon witnesses who testified in substance A number of prominent speakers have boon invited for this and dcrnjsrrs arc ted that dipt Bell Kot water for dinner and victnfieci that to do fjilsl Later ho i gk u ice gaged in AugaaSa on jobv tpatp Mr JfilL then pu S n W arr like Ailorns plant be held at Council last Thurs day The speaker had facts and figuresto f nw thatmany umbia vs James W etiply with all rcquiremcnbi all 100 14 acres sold to the plain Those reccivinif certificates tiff The Sheriff sold an nutomobite a conditional sales Bid in by Guntcr Wilder attorneys 200 A lot of bailors pumps jars hoes and shovels seized by the Sheriff was also sold Man Badly Hurt as follows Allen Futch Elizabeth Boylston Raymond Anderson Now in Hospital Aa nresult of having been struck by an automobile while he was standing in front of his mothers fillintt station about 8 oclock Thurs day Raymond Anderson is in Baptist where ho is fcrinsr severe body a badly Ed Hendrix Richard Ilutson Fran ces Allen Minnie Efron Louise Landrum Kathorine Landrum John Henry Williams Louis Alvanos Frampton Durban Sclcthel Finklc sUin Kathleen Finklestcin Sadio Uolley Tulius Mariannn Milner This year in addition to tho readi firstand ot in cash was made to those readers who wrote the story of the book they liked the best and why j fai hundred toVns whq owned power plants power at very cheap inp to the efficiency ad municipal old liffht and rates accord of the city plants Power was produced as low as 3 cents for light aad less than I cent for power per kilowhatt hour For a town the size of Aiken he s have made so cheap than the By Wagener Car f uirf a J e 1 second of SJ would advocate plant as these cngin the generating of po that they can sell Ic large companies city owned plants imilar plants with huijdrcda of plant the country hut principally in tho west iesel engine vcr f as hliK 211 Nebraska 234 Ansuita to Buiid a Augusta city councii on Monday night authorized thu canal commis sion to complete ita plans for elec tritication oi tho canal and report its final program tu the councilmanic body Tbj action followed the proposal of the Diuscl Engine company to electrify thu canal and furnish pow erto tho city of Augusta which was approval of the mangled leg and probably internal j following In order that this might be a contest for different ages the points 1 to be judged were nuatnosa original ity and clearness These papers were without names or other marks oJ identification but were number ed Tho with Frank Henderson ns chairman rendered the Officers rcsiditiE in and nvnr Aikon for the year 1 31 will be held at p Munilny evening Oct 13 in lluoffice rf Judsrc injuries the accident having occur rtd about thrcc and onehitlf miles jr on the Wngenerj from Columbia rond Anderson the son of Mrs Katie Anderson whose service station William M Smoak in the j hor preparing t and Merchants Hank buildinc Ai1 nn with irns when ken S C Tinschool this session j nnotnrr mnchinc driven by Jamrn Kd Hcndrix Prize j Marianna Milncr Jnd up individual cities and told whiit had dont and he hud fuels snwl to buck up his The of finnncini a muni cipal owned plant for Aiken was ilis cuHSid At this tirmi the city has about reached its limU in bonded dibt but Mr McDpnyll that hi knew of concerns jfOint would come into Aikcn and tho tire plant operate grnlc rates that Aikcn is nnw payuir inc electricity ami within Ijiven unanimous ciinal committee After a Krut deal of discussion part in by mutniKra of coun cil members of thu canal commis sion Ai McDonnell KnciiieeriiiK com pany of Kansas City u resolution af Councilman Turner G Huward Kirra ward was passed au thunxiliK Uic cliumisxiuti t take necessary steps for conijileU vxecution of the pliiu trsmnUd by Paul II Thayir of Milwnukee tin TJmyer the canal wmilil he ileetriiied so as to furnish the city with in com petition with the CcurRia Power company and it Would be financed L local oumiumy nt nn initial of iipproximntily with n iiiyiur fraiifhiju made in tin I Mr Thayer twelve years hntid Ihn plant over The children tn be conirratu hilei on the nchieveimnt of the siimmiT This conxtnnt retilinc maker it nucewary to materially in crease the number of will be under Captain Gvoreo h of Wnuoner approached another Mimmer Conk F A Instructor u of who waul No fiyrht nnythinc that interfere with his m just Held Artillery Thereafter the school j jn cnr said will e Conducted the snmc mnchjnc was swerved in an j born ami place every second and fourth Monday evenings for the remainder j attempt to pass another automobile i meeting them The liirhw he pasd j nnjy trsiiniiur teachinsr him Smoky waafti wild mustaiiK horse them seems in a plateau out west For While on the several months his mother jrave him in iiim man Imwever pjivn file thnt dumli an urtjustncss of tniiin filled with a pint f f treat us man hax An ir to be hnnd niiii and frcit their th an ELBERT FLOYD i HEDFOR CRIME NEAR CRIiENVILLU Petit Jurors for Second Week O D Garvin I H Anderson Lnnpley H S J C Lynch North Augusta Ii F Gunnels Bath Jesse Byrd Lanirky J W Mover Vaucluse C E Palmer LanRley W H Arthur Aiken Route 0 11 T McCorkle Aiken Route n 1 H Bates Jackson R F D W S Howard North Augusta C K Gantt W Chapman Aiken Rtuitv I G T Kathwood Belvedere O Wrtks White Pond W Knuek North Aujrustn O W Iteldintr North Aujrnsta Ollie Uddif Aiken 1 Price Timmennnti Trenton A P Asbill Monetta W U Asbill Mnnetta J H Ridue P urley Grnniteville lUuiiltii Trtiiitun Seal Merrilt North Walter Vaiirhie Nnrtli Klltliuld Wiiriejlville Pnrker Aihtn side A jury Brown uame to his death while vnncinir upon Marion Bell ail ice pick in his a wojULcL frnm u pistol in the hands of Marion Dell heinu justifiable iii self defense while his L Brown was a native of and was convicted nt the list term of court for violation of the prohibi tion and received a sentence of Evangelistic Services At Baptist ChurcH SERVICE BEGAN MONDAY Derp Manifetttefl inir Now Being Held tended in Well At I of the session Thorp are about if hin Pn that he did not see t ratUcSnnkes wild wcdvs No 2 to th in Killing m Srnt li ndinn Facts About teen Reserve Officers in this District j until he had hit him eliniMe fur this course of study 1Vory wild thing that bothered The men wore on their way his mother wrnned him Columbia to Wagoner when the nc1 ooj wjj hnrse who j GAS PLANT NOW IN OPERATION cideflt hnppcnd trained by cowboys AIKEN COTTAGES TO OPEN Tlt A ikon j October 1ith Fraser wh Office Opened With Big Celebration lhc at Salinln N sajis j Clint knew thai t learned lots of horses lessons from him When he was four years old a rill open i cowboy named Clint tried to break The matron Miss him and train him Ho named him has been Smoky because he was a dark Cray realv win the re Tlie Little Maid of Soulh Carolina This is a shry of a little cirl June Lambert who was about my aue She was very brave and a trur American Her rniism Milli rent wax a sweet too but I didnl like her so well h was insvmiathv with the With Several Hundred People AttvndinR j that she Itients at expects about the fifteen pn thr instilu Ga vas tuined on by the Gas I mpany on Monday about noon and i e first meal to be cooked by gas j Aikcn was by Mrs H Andorj n Hill She has the of having had the first j iitnUed and J M j Hayne avenue a aving in IMPORTANT CASES BEFORE SUPREME COURT m distinction tovr Knox on scfond her stall eme The preat range nbout the ciiiiipany al f Micc i thorn arc bavinc iliern Ahrady have lail of the city rmrt road cut been are bfiix partt of the i ft A wrfVs t h ami1 meetini with a eiitin siirnifyine iie fAf many of ir tlxtuies cinii two heard Court i of gemrul inter of the city to demanded ly tho fa a bo On Wednesday Vi i lenses from this iirouil will 1 i the Siipr The eas iest involvinc the iihanire a crowtji of the ci case i W i 1 appellant1 i for The ae ri the I road appellant H K McKay for l Arrowsniitii and for CASE BEFORE SUPREME COURT speet of a wibi horMhe had prove to the horse that he could master him without killinc his Smoky sermed to hate humans moitthan any animal he had met up with s Clint had many hard battles provinc himeant to be minded in ever hi tried teaeb Smoky to do Smoky learned to love him hut no one else could ever do into was tinned rjl to j I enji the jCharlet the Stat d reaiiing tintry on 1 liki1 in ot the to the sh i kao ShenlT Howard iia busy for the eekitu eviditici to that Howard Bell of Warn n j vill was kiikd and ilil die from injune in an mobile wreck body was found In in car iitch on the K M T C M Si aiv Hainnit POSTMASTER AT JACKSON M pottiiii iT npptjntiiionf n liit Friday R R COMMISSION ENJOINS BUS COMPANY in a ch er Mth lurlc in th n Si Tha evumriHsUc First church on Sun day mornine with a nunrisiprayer service at lr prea ched the music was in charge of Rev W Arnold Smith of Atlanta jbirve ronjtfeKfiljUiTO wpro at both Iserrires Mr imiith him already CR hiinMlf with the people ft splendid Christian man and a Kifted leader of music he hns or a laiie choruM cTioir and n fine junior choir and the jmnir iwr ejich niirht at will be most I live Moinia evenim Rev r Wm 1 11 itwen teacliti the city and n crowd Mint packed every MiiiHinn of lie church he cave his i iHuMrated A Pilirrimntro to wonderful in pictures i and jtury Pr Dwfji will ptcwh arn nftcrinnn tti I ttilock atul ynch Miuh he i1 a man of treat power tirbst evangelistic prench in the South and pnstiir of the i First Church of Asheville Every niie who can should attend inMetitiir and tot the mcssacc in ser in m and fonc A deep interest Vms manifest from tlie first wr vice this with the larce confrreRa iioii forecast a wonderful series of The ai urdei o her i the A n o ton v Womens Clubs Here Friday Oct 24th CLUB MARKET OPENED TUESDAY SUCCESSFUL DAY I Ci d SHnlrnt C I J Pn int nh Two A N i ef 1 1 1 f Hundred Sniot isplay of Country Pro and th The t City ndii lc of the t r Aiken t Sally Croft t and t elty but d him JAY BIRDS i U S r Hr IN KCK COLOR Lf M HOU
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