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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - October 8, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                 v  w  ii I  Nearly »»wy family in Aiken  .if  County read« the Journal and  Review, .  No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review's  Circulation in Aiken County  —  VOL 60 NO. 41  AIKEN, S. C., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 8. 1930  -  MUST COLLECT DELINQUENT TAXES  Little Interest In Prize. Awarded by ENGINEER DISCUSSES    *****     w     ,    SUPERINTENDENT  Public Sale.    Dibble    Ubrary    >    Saturday    Night  EXECUTIONS TO BE ISSUED  Comptroller General Order* Sheriff Howard to Levy cm Property for Unpaid Tax**,  Matter Auction. Off Serea Trafiti of Sixteen Certificate* Awarded to Cand Before Small Crowd.    Children    Who Read    Required   —    Number    of Bouk..  Master H. N Oran offered seven;    ——.'s-  I tract* of land for sale on saltsday. j Tho climax of Ute effort that ha* The* bidding was very slow and the been made this summer ; by Mrs,  MUNICIPAL power co.  Below is a part of a letter received from the Comptroller General under date of Got. 4 Or in •it.  Mr. J. P. Howard,  Sheriff Aiken County,  Aiken, S. C.  Dear Sheriff:  Both yaur office and this office  Leon Hailey At the Dibble Memorial Library to interest the children of Aiken in reading was reached M (in  land sold for small prices.  In the sale of D, K. Gantt vs. J.  W. Kilchings, et al., 99 3-4 acre* in ^___________ , _ _  the Tabernacle section, was sold to day morning when Dr. HL J. Ray,  the plaintiff far $100.00.    presented during the chapel period  State & City Bank & Trust Co., lof Aiken Institute sixteen certift-  vs. James O. LaGrone, et al, 435 cates to those who completed the  acres about 2 1*3 miles from Han- required number cf thirty books.  kinson station, was bid in by the j The patronage of the children in  .    ,    ,    ‘T     u, '“    v‘»*‘    ^    plaint^ f or  $2,500.    the library has been splendid for  have been lenient in the matter of „    ,    ,  u , .    ,,    „    „    .*    ;    ,    *    .  „    .    ..    .    , Bank of Western Carolina vs. Mrs. the entire summer. The circulation  tax collection* for some time past,, ... . ,    ....    ,    ,    »L ,    ..    ,    , ,    ,    *  .    .    .Cora VV right, administratrix, 40 1-2 for the months. June, July and Augend I feel that no just cause for j    ...    ..    ,    ,    .  . .    *    ,    ,    ..    ’acres, told to the plaintiff forint nos 14 & I books, with t»rty-thre«  complaint can now be made hv the I    i  Interesting Facts Presented by R. E. McDonpell on Thursday Night.  Jr. O. U. A, M., and Daughter* of  America ta ba Entertained Here.  KILLS CONVICT  AT CAMP NEAR MONTMORENCI  ‘ aK >    W    Ber*    Wrtfc    ha  tam the district bl ating of Jr. O,  Pick An<i 5bot AfUr B#i  Twice IL V. II,, at “ **---  —    •a-.-  a Ane meeting on $at* ( unlay night, October lith, In con-] m*ction with this meeting the Daugh  Ord a red to Stop.  Power compart mal electric currant at cost of production,  Hon of Mr. R. K. M engineer of th* hrfl of  . ..    ,    ,    - j Capt Marion Betl, of chaingang  °*     thl *    *» (rtot -    «? U     Mn.    ,h„t ,r.| kltu..! Will. Brown,  their to the city without tho city having    ^.colored    convict,    Wednesday at the  I Junior, nill hold their me.-tin*     um0     ^ „ mp js   sell  tv times the spent a cent. Ho said tho rates}    .    ..    .  ,, .    r.t    i    iv,.*'    the    Court    House,    whde    the    Daughter--  the dedara-: could be immediately reduced, put i  .    will    hoi* their meeting at the Ma  nneli, expert lit would r equip* a few years longer .    .    „    ,    .    .    .    ,.    ....  ’  r  I    *    'sonic    hall. A joint mooting will he  Burns Alto pay for the plant.  .    ,    V    acres,    told   __    _     b *    “-J-     by     '•*'    I    $136.00.    ll*,,    nm*    **    rn*".  x (..(Pl* rnm  n    0,1    0     I    e    M.    Whitney Int., va. Graver! Bas benn strand befur.  part c> col lect taxes; therefore.  these delinquent  ] Ct Jack-on, ct a1,, house and lot tort cure a "mraer reading  to s<-certiikate  McDonnell, of Kansal City, Mo.,’in He disetii conference with a spital committee matter, and having in charge the securing of form id government similar to the new light auld power rates for Ai- j Coramtwuon of Public VV orka to ope- iPn<     '    i a tv tins plant-  For more Ham two bott* Mr. Me i  H « rdStr*4  to  ^  lhat hu   held  It ii. urdtred that you the sheriff , ut Alk*m CvUfily, proceed iqjeMUly |-F **?    .     or   with the -cdHbctton of execnti'm- in  1 Hrmer  •    '  you? bands, without favoritisnB or    pring  dtoerimination. If advertiswMent ^ ® cre * °     a ” (     ‘  and sale is necwviry to enaiife rah '    .  to accomplish this, then -ueh itd^oSj '     !4    <   t“    Mc.    I    lr    Vt    ..    v-4  west side of ticanitevijli:. Bid in toFjHjfe boy or girl maw r*.*ad thirty  'k  must be taken.  It is further ordered that >t>u make final returns to the Treasurer of Aiken County ob or bcfVrfi, Mo-    ’books approved by Hie librarian.  ...    -    ..    .    .    r    armers    cb merchants Bank, of ? eight ut which must be of history,  with the cmlectSon of executnm-    .    .    ,,    .    , .    ,    .    .it,  vuur M without favoritimf « «»'*••     v *     , ;' 0 ^    ***“■ .*) t’*?"  7  7.1    ,    ,  dbrrimirttion. If advert» trM  " f     Sold    to    th. pUlntlir; af thaao, of the fortj-thrvo rvoilvr.  . t #— *1 aaa Iva     w j, 0  jjd not receive certificates, sevc-  ’arolina Chemical Co., ral were away for long vacations, iv*. J. B, Martin, 25 sores of land othc.s were seeking to cultivate a near Wagener. Sold to plaintiff for reading habit for the first time and $900.    still other* were younger readers  , The Federal Land Bank, of Co- who could not be expected to com- j lumbia vs, Tames W. Hitching*, et ply with all requirements. al. IOO 1-4 acres sold to the plain- Those receiving certificates we*e I tiff for $750.00,    a* follow*:  I The Sheriff sold an automobile Allen Futch, Elizabeth Boylston, lyider a conditional sales contrist, i Ed, Hendrix, Richard Hutson, Fran-  n.u»-ll discussed the plaiter with item would not consider employment I Mayor Uerulerr-n, AT dermal Holley* Aiken if they Were u«  Dyfchet, Etheredpr and Weather    in    Augusta    on    a  ,    ,    .1    :    orui at thy Court House after the  ted every angle if the 1 1     , ,  . .    ,    husinest se si on* ‘if tho two organ:-  advised the commission  ^zati tis,  , A number of prominent speakers have been invited fur this occasion, Sand a fine program hp been arranged. Atren Ahi delegates arc cr  already cn-  {ported.  imilar job  This following town!  A, ken,  of the  »»■«»■»' >— — ■■ —-— j ..    .    I    long wins Winn: sis™, Edgefield,  isnt, aint.IIM-"*'-vol th. ».™mi,.. lu    1     Snlrnta. (imiii-rrfflr, Un(rlr r , Bath  public WMW «b*ii* P.W"    W    brl    -.......  ( ai well arui Schrode  vember 15th next, for ade  prior to  1929.  Yours very truly,  A. J. BEATTIE, Comptroller General.  field at Council chan  day night.  I'he speaker had facts and figures to hundred towns whq owned power plants, power at very cheap ing to the efficiency  at a Bletting I financed Uke Aiken 1 * plant could be. I r last Th urb  ,d W  ci.X ill  multitude of  Augusta to Build a Plant  Augusta city councii un Monday w that many I , ujrht   autiion. ed the canal commis-1 tad municipal     slon  * 0  v nm pie ie its plans for elac-  old light and    ^ideation of tho canal and report    j  ates, accord-    final program t<» the couitcilmanic  of the city  b(K ) y ,  plants.    Power    was    produced as low    Toe action followed the proposal    j  as    3    cents    for    light    aid less than I    j 0 f uiuscl Engine company to  cent for power per idlowhatt hour. |eU-ctnfy the canal and furnish pow-j  cr to tho city cl Augusta, which was  of the  Petit Jurors for  Second Week  ii  * -r-    For    a town the si se of Aiken he  , .    ,    ...    .    Bid in by Gunter & Wilder, attorneys, ces Allen, Minnie Efron, Louise .    ,    .    ii,.««»l    eneine    I  I have svniuathrtiei with am ap- ”    *    ,,    .    ,    ,    .    ,    would advocate a wicsei engm* ,r ivt »n unanimous approval  J nave 8>mi Himxei «mh h | 0>  | 2 00.    Landrum, Katherine Undrum, John    „     hftVft    n , at i e     .  preciate the condition of these de-:    'plant, as these engines Jia\e maue     cwit |    committee.  ,i | *, I A lot of boilers, pumps, jars, hoes Henry VV illiams, Louis Alvan©*,;    ..     f    nn . , n  ,u Hll  I    .    .    .  I nquant Uxpaycrs and have gladly    ,    *    .    «...    pinkie.    • thl ' keneiating of po^er so cnvap, After a great deal of discub-iun,  .    i    t.1    and shovels seized by the Sheriff krampton Durban. Seletnei nnaie-    »    i. _  n  ,l    ..    .     f  .......  extended all the leniency possible    *    .    ,     y     ,,    (that they ion sell M wet than uh     par t     m     by    members    of cuun-   v     I    u a- also sold.    'stem, Kathleen rmkiesteift, Eaaie!      ,    ,    .  ,, ,,    ...    ,,    ,    ,,    •    ilarge companies. IU ism has - * 1  • oil, members of the canal commis*  HHollev. Julius Ha.dman, Marianna I    .    .    .    ..    .__.    ..    ..    *  , '    j city owned plants, pebraska 4     slt)n  ^ McDonnell Engineering    com  , n ‘* r '    .    __,    ' imilar plants, with hurpreds of plants    j  pany    0 f Kansas City,    a    resolution  I his year in addition to the read     1   within my power. Under the above order it will be necessary for me to j clear my files and all executions are Man Badly Hurt  now in the hands of my various  collectors.  J. P  Howard,  Sheriff.  By Wagener Car  Aiken Branch School For Reserve Officers  Tim veer in audition to tho read-.    I    ,    ,    ,,  , *    ... .    ,    ,    located tn nil parts of the country,  t ,f ( ounctlmun I arni r G. iluward,  mg of the thirty books a first and    n ,    ■  .    Aft    liut principally rn the west. He took     0 (  tbl , y U:tt W ard, was passed au-  . second prixe of $.>.00 and 5J.0U:    ,    ,    ,,  s  * i   _i    ,    I    .    '    dp    individual    cities    and    told wntt tho riling the ctntal commisMOQ t»  in cash was made to those readers I* ,    .    ,    ,    .    ,    .    .    ,    ,  Raymond Anderun Now in Baptist , -vroti* the ben story of the !tWify hftd ne *     akt '  n *'°‘ ‘ a, >  8t, T s for  CttmplwU*  H~,.l.l    lb.,.''k    twy    lilted I*.'bnt Int why. 1  to b.ck up kl, 'af m.'n:    ll.    (.1,li    —'• i'*    '•'  - :.....  that    thl,    might    he . tm.-  1     "•fi‘7    «    .>**«.■«*    »■    Th*>vr.    at    Milwaukie,    Vt  A. a result of having been struck     t     for    different    ages    the points j' 1 ’ 1 *  own,,J  >’ llinl ,or  f 1 Ul  " I  1  »<**>   was  ''to be judged were Dewiness, original-1  ( . V,  by an automobile while standing in front of his  he  mother’s  Sty and clearness. These papers  _ filling atation about 8 o’clock Thurs-  were  without name* or other marks  u,... .    „ .J .  ns - day' night. Raymond Anderson is inLg identification but wore numbcr-  '?L| u"! 1     '     M      r .     ,n  m    h  cm     Ui* Buptist hospital, where ho is suf-  ed     j u a g « 8     with    Mrs.    Frank  o    .    mo*    o    y    faring severe body bruises, a badly Henderson as chairman rendered the  mangled leg and probably internal following decisions, the accident having occur-  The first regular meeting of the Aiken Branch school for Reserve Officers residing in and near Aiken for the year 1930-31 will be held at 7:30 p. rn., Monday evening, Oct. 13, 1930 in the office af Judge William M. Smoak in the Farmers and Merchants Bank building, Aiken. S. €. The school this session will be under Captain George E. Cook, F. A. (DOL), Instructor 319  the Thayer proposal, the cussed. At    this    tima the city    has     l<tnil i     Wl >uld he electrified so as to  about reached    its    limb in    bonded    furnish this city with power in com  Geiirgiu Dower ompany, ami it would be financed ^$1 Id tho    en-    |,y  u     | ()ca i eomnany at an initial  injuries, the accident having occur-, red about three and one-half miles $5 yo. from Columbia on the Wagener road.  Anderson, the son of Mrs. Katie Anderson, whose service/ station ' bears her name, was preparing to fill an automobile with gas when  mg ^ ( , another machine, driven by James  (Ed. Hendrix) First Prize, J Milner) 2nd I  debt, but Mr. McDon he knew of concerns come into Aiken and tire plant, ope rat*    the    same  scale of rates that A ken is now paling for electricity and within ten or twelve years hand the plant over  b l --aid that p^qjon wuh the • that would company, and it  company  'investment of approximately $1,000,-000, with a 50-year franchise made,' nut in the name of Mr. Thayer,  D. Garvin, Sr.. Wagener. ll, Anderson, Langley,  S. Hpire-, VV iml-or.  C, Lynch, North Augusta.  F. 1 * unit*'I Hath, ism 1  Byrd, Langley.  VV, Moyer, Vaucluso.  E. Palmer, Langley.  . K. Vrthur, Aiken Route »’>.  T. Mc Cork Ie, Aiken R Ute ■>. H, Bab s, Jackson, IL F. I).  , S. Howard, North Augusta. Gantt. Wagener.  L. VV. Chapman, Aiken Route I. ii. I', Ramsey, Kathwood.  Edward I Perry, lo Ivedere (i !,. Wei ks, VVh te Pond.  VV. I Knock, North Augusta.  (). VV. Belding, North Augusta. Ollie Bod ie, Aiken,  J. Price Timmerman, Trenton.  A. D. Asilid, Monetta.  B. Asbill, Monetta.  B. Erg Ic, Ridge Spring.  P. C. Turley, Graniteville,  I Lu*. Rhoden, Trenton.  Ne ii I Merritt. North Augusta. titer Rigp- , V aurin se.  B. Howjiid. North Augusta.  near Montmorenci.  Coroner Tarver held an inquest  I that afternoon and examined several  I witnesses who testified in substance that Capt. Bell order*d Brown to get water for dinner, and the con*  viCt replied that he was too Meet! to do this. Later he picked up an I ■    n    (    apt.  Bell. Mr. 11-11 ordered Brown ta st p, bu: the darkey Mwmucd to mlvnnee an i He was again ordwtNfiT  ta atap. Mr. Bsf]I then pulled hi* gun aed shop --ho darkey tkraugb  the right aide.  A jury returned a verdict that Brown “t ame to hi* death while advancing upon Marion Bell with an ; ice pick in hh hand, by a wound fr im a pistol in the hands of Marion Bell, being justifiable, acting in elf defense, while discharging hi* [duty".  j Brown was a native of Aiken and ‘was convicted at the last term of j court f>>r violation of the prohibition law, and received a sentence of eight month*.  Evangelistic Services  At Baptist Church  SERVICE BEGAN MONDAY  Deep Intrrril Manifested mg Now Being Held, tended.  in Mlnet* Well At-  VV  J.  W  J.  IL W  No. 2 (Marianna Prize, $2.00.    would    fight    anythii  The children are to be congratu- J interfere w ith his lated on the achievement of the. Falling into th* summer. This constant reading man however pi o  g that seemed to zood ma ter. banda of a cruel ■ii just the oppo-  it necessary to materially in cr* ase the number of childrens Baughuran. of Wagener approached. !, U() g s  before another summer.  J. Ii. Gantt, of Wagener, who was    pj 0j     5—Smoky  Field Artillery. Thereafter the school  a i HU  i n  the car with Baughman, aid snick} wan *. wild mu-.taru luna will be conducted at the same hour     mac hine was swerved in an j )orn on a  plateau  and place every second and fourth  altem pt to pass another automobile  seV *ral months his \innrlnv pvenimzs for the remainder    Th,,    Ka    ,  iii-'  arn  For  Monday evening* for the remainder  of the session. There are about (if- j  b jj n( j t ,d him so that he did not see  plateau out west  mother gave him   r  meeting them. The lights, he said, his only training, teaching him to  fight rattlesnakes, wild cats, wolves  teen Reserve Officers in this District j Anderson until he had hit him.  an j  €V ery wild thing that bothered  eligible for this course of study.  CAS PLANT NOW IN OPERATION  Office Opened With Big Celebration Yeiterday, With Several Hundred People Attending.  The men were on their way from    When his mother weaned him  Golumbia to Wagener when the ac- he took up with un old horse who cjdent happend.    J    had been trained by cowboys and   -- learned Iota of horses lessons from  AIKEN COTTAGES TO OPEN him.   ———    When    he    was    four    years    old    a  I The Aiken Cottages will open cowboy named Clint tried to break 'October lath. The matron, MF* hun and train him. He named him jjane Fraser, who has been spending Smoky because he was a dark gray, the summer at Saluda, N. say Clint knew that to really win the re-; that she expects about fifteen pa- sped of a wild horse he had to prove • Hents at the opening of the institu- to the horse that he could master  him without killing his spirit. Smoky seemed to hate humans more than any animal he had met up w.th, so  Lion.  IMPORTANT CASES BEFORE SUPREME COURT  Gas was turned on by the Gas Company on Monday about noon anil the first meal to be cooked by gas  in Aiken was by Mrs. ll. G. Ander-]    ---- hi meant to he minded in what ever  (on on Sunset Hill. She has the On    Wednesday, Oct. 15th,    two    hp tried to teach Smoky to do.  distinction of having had the first    I cases    from    this circuit will be    heard    Smoky learned to love him tho—  -ton installed, and Mrs. J. M.    J before the    Supreme Court.    hut no one else could ever do any*  I site, that dumb animals »r ‘ unjustness of mean men an rilled with a si 'it of revenge a-> great aa man ha-. An unkindness J to them .seems never to be forgotten, i While on the other hand their re sp on se to kindness is almost human No. 2  “The Little Maid of South Carolin*  Thi- is a s^ory of a little girl, June Lambert, who was about my age. She was very brave, and a true American. Hor cousm Mdli-eent was a sweet girl too, but I didn't like her so well because she was in sympathy with the British,  I enjoyed reading of CharliMon, and the eountry on the rivers near Churheton, as I like to know about the Bt ate I live in.  The -tory is of the Revolution at the time ii.'' British held Cnurles-t in.  Juno's father was fighting in the  American army under General  ELBERT FLOYD HELD EDR CRIME  K it land, Warn nvilh Parker, Aiken, Gunter, Langley. Franklin, North SEetiley, Langley Hammett, M at re Fulmer, Stove rn.  \  lie  ARRESTED NEAK GREENVILLE POSTMASTER Al JACKSON  Detective Rn hard* Sent to Aiken to Aunt in Finding E*ct* About the Killing  Mrs Lucite M ; appointed posting ' *•* her Appointment ha vin on la “ I t i ;a>.  dd  has bio n Jackson, been made  The t vungclisUc services at thv First Baptist church began on Sunday morning with a sunrise prayer service, at 11:15, Dr. McLean preached and the music was in charge of Rev. W. Arnold Smith, of Atlanta,  1    ■ nr 1 1 itoons Were .it both  services. Mr. Jltnith hns already en-I ca red him-elf with the people, a splendid christian man and a gifted 'cadet ut gospel muaic, he has organized a large eTTorus cfibTr and a fine junior choir and the song service each night at 7:45 will be moat at' motive.  Monday evening Rev, Dr. Wm. Ru -ell Owen reached the city, and fore a crowd that packed every Ilion of the church he gave his I 1 rat * ii nu sge, \ Pilgrimage* to Cross” wonderful in pictures  tie  Sheriff Howard hun been busy for the past week keeking evidence to prove that Howard Bell, of Warren-I Ville, wa- killed and did not iii from injuries received in an automobile wreck.  Bell's body wa found ii his car I in a ditch on the Aiken-Augu “a  highway, the ! right in t he  automobib rrtt iitch and only  ...» H;*»  slightly  amag«  d. Th  an !  .ii ad mad hat f us head, vim' to Gri Ca ; Elbert  s it ha- bl • ’I  R. R. COMMISSION ENJOINS BGS (OMPANY  I In Ort ll  ill hear ar . Kailr md run sit ('n.  cr l ith Judgi rumcnt in the f' umnission This is a 1  rh ran  nun  duini  rani  ii :  and siorv Dr. Owi|i will preach ■ ach af term 1 in at I o'clock, ami each night, he is a man of great power, me of the best evangelistic preachers in the South, and pastor of the 1 lug First Church of Asheville. briery ne who can should attend these ; mu 1 tit cs and get the message in ser-j mmi and -long. A deep interest has I li en manifest; from the first ser-.ire, this with the large congregations forecast a wonderful aerie* of . r* civ al services.  nth <  t a  ■it V  in  •nvilh  Floyd  • et!  iati il  eum bad many hard battles proving (Greem  t hr am  I TH  so dun pl mtation went to Char! grand m<  ga  Knox, on Hayne avenue wa* a close! The first case is pf general inter-’thing with him lf they tim second, her range’ having been in- est involving the rights of the city to him into doing things.  beat  It  \v lr 'id).  w a  and bef nil.'Ill n the A-him  stun to slat ther,  1 av  Hell and Floyd.  Women s Clubs Here  Friday, Oct. 24th  CLUB MARKET OPENED TUESDAY  A SUCCESSFUL DAY  iv. r, |  d ti a!  Mi Ai  i Civic Le*Ijur Hoitriiyi I louie.  ,uid Student Club Joint Meeting* at P*rt*h  About Two Hundred Hale* Made—-A Nice Outplay of £ our U r y Produce.  w  ti tailed about the -ame time.  Tho company, is meeting with a great deal of success, and of the*305 ligned .1 petition signi .intr their intention to Use gas many of them are buying their fixtures and having them installed as fast as possible.  Already about 150,000 feet of main- have bi «*n laid, the wn de sec tion of the city north of the railroad cut having been covered. The mains are now being laid in lh* southern parts of tho city, an i within a few weeks tho whole system .* * o'i.pb'*'-l  Office Demonstration Yeiterday  has ta kl n an  idiange parks .as demanded by the ' growth of the city. The title of the case is: AV. C. Plunkett, et it!., respondents against City of Aiken, et a1., appellants; Henderson* k Salley for appellants. Wil'ianis, Croft A ; lusbee for respondent'.  The second case is:    Hannah IL  Temple, administratrix, respondent, versus the Atlantic Coast Lift# ihil-•    i.:,    jinpiJlnn!; ll. K. G., ■ av. :  li.iuglaa McKay for appellant, Philip ll. Arrowsmith and William, Croft and Busbee for respondent  Hmoky with the  was turned >ther horses  wintl t  follow-  An  moi n  Horn  ( lub Mark. ' and '.hi  them  mg summer him and trU cruelty hut killed him Im •Smoky wa to a Kodoe  a half bre  to Gem :ut M  tnqui r  cm!  him bv  (I on  IHI JAY BIRDS AVIN  uck  I . P  t hat  rk n  lid ride  'Hon he  wa iii I  \ bb  look  .tv Wagener .»( Aik. ii on Friday Aft. moon  ■ an':  BEIDLER CASE BEFORE SUPREME COURT  u. S.  d to d and <  J Mi  i> Ai  'he Gas e .C !’ Imlay  companv  07  Richland opening ton arid e  •iv na.  i men! s  >tted pi  •en provi.icd, re aSHTved t  •.'ach visitor invenIr  avenue and day. Dor . rung many Tin offict with cut ta* An or-  Supn me (blurt of will hear the case C. Tax Cnmmi  hi  if H ion on  IT  Wagmrr Mere I fid*f  lier  Th!  ■ ride ii  lave  lit Bl  ist i ai  a suit involving an in of $(15,000 which th*  • - due, and which th* Unreasonable md un  • i as heard by 'he Su of this State and d*  • of the State. It wa ■ the Fluted Slate#  %, i  iii.)#uI I w,o year* airo  M I HOLLI i IN JUREP IN AU IO WR Et K  COLORED MAN  1*0 .SI HOU’  I BY I IRE  in I  nr Kl  tor  es!  tho##  alefs* : n of ti interest  md  1  runs*  ■ r a  ii  lien b idler .  ll  n>%  ' - WI  ■i*   

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Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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