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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - November 5, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                MlCi gSf igppiSK n the Journal and SSSfSSBSS H 17th fc jCitr of Aiten HendiwoM ft i SWlfTi plaintiff Toney airw a TWIT talk oritia aktory of ing and proposed plan whereby Scont work could be supcrrisionin the area sur rounding Aucwta Wil James Yerenes et j tiffs 1 B Croft plffs FramptoB Tosle defts atty 13 South Carolina SUte High Commission plaintiff TS Attorney General pWTs Williams Croft 4 defts 14 State Highway Commission plaintiff vs Southern Railway Com pany defendant John E Daniel dersons ft Salley and Frank G Tompkins defts attys W A Cook plaintiff ve F W Mrs Marie Kcmrse and City af Aiken S J D HcndeTMM J and J E dcfts attyi 18tk D George vs Otto J et Williams CroftA plffs Beitfavons ft9UHy defts1 attys 17 Armour Fcrtilixer plaintiff vs J H Weekn defendant James Arthur Kennedy plffs 19 F E Boozer plaintiff vs State Highway Department defend ant John E Daniel Attorney General defts atty 20 A B plaintiff vs O Bryant et Wil liamo Croft Bunbco pHTt J E SUnsfield defts atty 22 Brooks Scanlon Corpora tion plaintiff vs J L Williamson Lumber defendant Gun ter Wilder plffs Williams Croft Busbco dcfts atty 24 Smith Brothers plaintiff vs D W Gaston defend ant Mortimer M Jarecky plffs defts atty We4lnet4ay Noramber 19th 25 S 1 Corporation plaintiff vs J P Howard de fendant Wm M Smoak and J E Stanttncld plffs Williams Croft Busbec defts attys 26 C S I Corporation plaintiff vs Lee Van Bnren and J J Sims Wm M Smoak plfft J E Stansfield defts atty 27 DurbanCairds plain tiff vs A V Oglcsby et de fendants Williams Croft A Bus beef and Hendersons It SailcyH plffs B A Moore A T Smyth and H B Gyles defts attys 23 Commercial Credit Company of Georgia plaintiff vs J H Propst defendant Gnnter A Wilder Hendersons Sajley defts attorneys Norembcr 20tK Otis plaintiff vs Aifcen Mills defendant Wil liams Croft Busbee plfTs Hendersons Snljey ttefts atty W C Sites rlainthT vs TJie Sernftiple Wil liams Croft Budbee plflTt Hendersons Salley defts 33 The Haverty Company plain tilt vs John F Williams defendant Jas B Murphy plfTs Wil liams Croft defts attys 34 Federal Intermediate Credit CMinty pig T and Clyde Aitar sapper Mr added that con gratulated in lipobioriliC a of Scoots in Aiken aad in reviving in terest in Scouting1 here Following Aid to Injured and A Grudge wnieh iupoufW miny chuck lea ami laughs from the onlookers busi neu 44HMioa with Commander Balr lehtine presiding and the vfollowing we cfc to ending her 20th Wm M Smoak Commander C Anderson vice commander J Ashharst adju tant Elmorc S Henderson Service Officer H Wyman as Post Chaplain The Troop Committee reported through E H Wyman Chairman that through the kindness of the Episcopal church the Parish House had been secured for meetings of Troop and that our apprecia tion ix to ihe Episcopal Church for the use of the Parish House This committee recommend ed as objectives for this year thc proper financial backing fdr thc Troop and the possibility of erect ing a Troop Cabin to be used for the of Uie troop The Troop Committee and the new officers were constituted asa com mittee to attend the meeting of thc proposed Area Council to be held at Boy Scout Headquarters at Auj gusta on Thursday night No vember Oth Cottrt oi wi 17tS ia teArtoa for thw will found in another following jurors drawn for the first week J W Clayton Vaucluse Jesse Carpenter Graniteville A Gntnlteville T t Bambo North AuftiffaL O S Bushnell North Augusta H T Ergle RidgeSpring T Baaghmaw Ridge Spring viucluseT Solomon Clearwater Ben Scott A E McLemore North Augusta Kcyr Langley W Wnrrcoville P Y Hitt North Augusta G W Ergle W F Beard Bath W J Miller Jackson C L Adams North Augusta C C Broome Kathwood L H Ridge Spring T L Jordan Ridge Spring J B Cook Wagoner E T Staraes Perry Powell Sizemore Windsor J V Burgess Alonetta j Augusta j J M Cranston North Augusta Willie Warren Monetta John Willing Aikcn Route 3 G Thomas North Augusta J D Prothro Aikcn Walter Rish Wagoner C A Cushman Windsor Sandford Bryant Aiken Route 2 WaMtortort WM elected by the splendid vote Mayor of AitaR Monday in the biwrest rote the quietest that and consequently will fbe been held here The election of the new council little discussod and only in the Holley of the old council was few before the ballots wore reelected was any interest taken in the new members were elected Howevar bjr hard work followe W E Clinksealos B E election day praictically Dr Hastings Wyman and A registered voted There were Oakley registered voters and total of 936 voted in the Mayors race a number of frallpts in this race N Schroder was reelected Commissioner of Public Works having both names scratched unopposed neither name scratched following is the vote in the P B Glover of the old FOR MAYoS Ward No 1 Ward No 2 Wcatlierford 299 237 B F Elheredge 235 105 FOR P BrGIwer 329 300 W E Clinksealcs 339 247 J6 B E Hair 313 250 Dr Hustings 239 554 A W Oakicv 321 223 Hrnrv Ho 1 lev 315 223 David Wcisbcrg 238 186 BTDychcs T 22K 193 E R Hafcre 252 F 212 177 Roland N JVlurruv i 103 92 COMMISSIONER PUBLIC H N Schroder 531 396 927 iiutd The inain floot its profunion of flowers gathered front Flowers irom thegardeartif bbth amateurs and professionals wBl brought for exhibit Each year Aikens in elected are brought in giving an added in terest Last year there were still life pictures flowers arranged as models Mrs R H Wilds had this part of the program She again has it aijd some very at tractive arrangements of Still Life Pictures willbe shown this year will see added Minia ture Park chosen bythe judgesaa a model for the park to be mado on Laurens street Miss Alma Hahn for her artistic taste is sponsoring this fea and all are lookinK forward with pleasure to sueing the little modelsof ideal This show is your show Como I nnd bring your family This exhi bit of natures wonders in food for the soul A small admission of 25 cents ivill be charged Supper will bo served from fi80 to S An interesting program will be put on wai tot pciMiMTa fnmi Jto conduct dnriqa the trfa penitent and When to say fa asked the evening On three of thts pnpur will be found the entire fist of entries NEW BOOKS AT LIBRARY iFarm Women To Meet Op Saturday j Splendid for the Lexington Meetine The fall mcctine of Central Uriel South Carolina Council of Farm owoll Women will be held on November 8th in the High School auditorium The following new bonks have been received in the library ami nrc reader for Rest Mililn The Round of Saltcn A Party of Bnecnrct Byrne The Little Dog Dane Powell Cimnrron Commander Ballcntino uutcd thnt j jinc the week ending The Scarab Murder at Lexington at a m interesting program has been Tanced and alarpje attendance had Laments for The Tides of 24 Blowing Ln Roche So Much The hooks of Southern History been designated as American Legion j thc Story of San Membership Week and that tional Headquarters was offering a citation to every Post that reen rolled their 1930 membership before that dale and urged thc incominii Commander to bend every effort to this end A financial report by the Adju tant was read and received as in formation The new Post Commander Wm M Smoak pledged the full cooperaJ in thc library and am ready tion of the newly elected officers circulation also increasing the membership of the i Post to the end that the Post might j be able to support more completely St Church An ijt peeled The principal speaker will be Hon A F Lever who has recently been placed ftt the head of the AcrenKe Donation Day At Hospital Two Men Killed I In Auto Wreck Accident Near Windtor on Thuri He said that he wiw ignorant conlcf neither read nor write aaked the judge to spare his The court spectators touchocKby his plea for sjKnpatbjv but the judge proceeded to sentence and fixed Friday her 12th between 10 and 2 p day which pay hislifefor tp Penitentiary On Friday Sheriff Howard car ried Floyd to the State to await his execution AH the way to Columbia the prisoner the when he arrived at the penitentiary ho boKged tho sheriffto bring back to Aiken Floyd was placed ih an ordinary cell but twenty days before elocution he be confined in tho death house Before for Columbia Floyd sent the following Ictturtd Journal and Review Imake tnis Ktntcmont openly I am a citizen of Grccfivillo and J hevn in that county for twentysix V years and if I have ever mistreated anyone I have tutked God to forfiye me and 1 Will ask those whom f have to foririve me I will futr theHnore snr that 1 have baen rained by earnest Christian parents Saturday Nnvemhpr 22nd will bo and have been couneilcd to liycr I kncnv there it u Savioun ht Jnhn Mnthin nnd Joe Solomnnjl have been baptised and belftnir to observed as Upnation Day at the near Windsora UnptUt hurh but I will ncknow County Tho nst their Thursday night ditr thnt 1 have drifted off Into man a Auxiliary to the hospital has when the in which were Kurthermare I xvil ac for yrnrs promoted thin day j riding struck by 1 for Ihr iMncrtt J nnd t s ohn a littlr lia ien a plcndij of com T Thin your tin1 is Shnti ever before the charity wards are taxed In the limit littlo boy onr i he two roforcd men cuinfij four old the Pine nml i I will Miy nuuh my little prtnTTMuTTttj Khr was going j wife BprrrrrrlKrtyntid has been f the hospital wards Windsor struck them Une obedient to me seventeen years She ftho wnuon will ho kft without nnything to live center of tfeo rndintor nnd the on I wju fny Uiat 1 have loved her I Reduction Campaign by thc Farm j nil h the gene1 nutomnbile plowed through the and the iw The littUboy is j Hoard The president of the State nil financial depression thrmnchoul j horse and wairon wns hiljileiK 1 will undcrly auk the good Council J Whitman Smitb the munlry Donjitions received oil Mathis was 1 people of Greenvillo county to see will also be on the program this day relievo tinmamieiMicnl of under the automobile Joe thnt she and the two babies will not Reports from County CotimiJ lie wcenMty of luiyitii these needed thrown out of the I will for the prayers of presented by thc family of Mr C i Presidents will be hoard and a gav and they can uo regular hos wns to the Ai thinn who pray to pray for K Henderson to the Edward Croft el will bo awarded by Miss Bessie pjtnl funds for the Letternl ram of kon where he died in nboiit that i may be saved and get n rnnnce the Boy Scout Troop which it had i sponsored Und Sold At Public Salei Only a few tracts of land were offered for sale on Monday by the Master and Probate Judge Master E S Croft soW the fol lowing Bank of Western Carolina sey vs Clinton Hutto et aL Tracts Nos I Do51 Table and Grab 1 4 and 6 were sold aggregating 146 12 acres located near Perry Purchased by Livingston of U D have been Harper to the Council which ha patients i to my life I want to KVO my dom the best work the past ytnr i are needed this held the lifetime to the benefit of my state Tho County Council members will yrnr Sunday afternoon at and county Hul friends i do bring sandwiches or light Uinhes Two beets in and the hostess Councils will provide Two m a lfvoraKC dozen pillow caser It is hoped that thc business Two dozen bath lwoK Half table One dozen bath robe wnhahlc I eiiroum Uppers To Hold Bazaar L the meeting may bo finished in time The St Thaddcus Church Guild j a visit to Saluda Dnm Many is to hold a Bazaar in the Parish of the County Drigations have ar House Wednesday A mad a make my pirn thnt 1 o not want statement Norman who to to 1 and Ailnn everyone will pray me that I may my sentence from death to life in the state peniten lcj 3 ranged to come in parties using tho school busses HOUSE BURNED Mrs Laurie Croft is chairman of the Bazaar I The following is a list of chairmen i for the different tables i Gift Alma Hahn i Apron A W Oakley located on the Two NotthTond One pjiirs Plant Convcrs Wool destroyed by flre last Tuesday af1 ternoon and wag completely doi stroyed The property fiaa recently Annie Ford and Girls Friendly j been purchased by Mr W B Tur Cake Edward Croft j ner and he has let a contract for i Candy A S Wilkox the rebuilding ft thc house A j Pickle and Preserve modem four room bungalow will be In thc case of Mrs Hattie R W McCrenry j erected The loss was about Nair vs E D Sheppard ct H50 j Tca Ice Cream Chas Hail J Ernest Thorpe R G Tarrant Six womin mil six for Wash cloths heel side hath j room itiirrar plnss pitchers Kitch n Itrnsils Irnccrjcs creen Thc house onjthe DuBose i etc i tnc the ittd theri wat no cnch witness 1 hr donations the injurcil netrro to what lie Tin ias driving liirht tracks showed Uary I will assure them that I will effort made to avoid i make a perfect prisoner as I live d irive no trouble will closo by Hod Mes my little wife and dear lnhies rny aired father f and nofher my brothers and sif ten nnd friends I nsk all this in the namo of the Saviour Tiis ictter ha worded by Albert Floyd nnd by a frind jail Yours pure in hear forever Good bye I this in your felurneil a verdict accident Wardlaw Manages Aiken Ice Plant MEETING AGRICULTURAL CLUB acres located near New was sold for Holland j CASSELS STORE ROBBED 212 Soldi Probate Judge Webb sold two j tracts as follows Andrew J John1 solvvs Salley Gordon ct al on Jsmith Efifsto Ar M Moyer vs Dan H Turner 79 acres sold to Gunter Wilder attorneys for Sheriff sold a number of tracts of land for delinquent taxes Thc ftoro of H M Casscb at Kl Marion Pcllew lenton was entered and rohheti of Alice Washbnrn about worth of merchandise Christine Stmidafd some time carly morn Tifkrt HcrluatGilts line Kntmnre mnde throutrh tho sido door An automobile used to carry off thc stolon t went ir n Kino Tho monthly meeting of tho Ai wh Agricultural flub will be hild ndrnt today at P M lit present ai lancley tivcs from all tho River i M Mike Ward law bien made manaper of Alkeu I plant if the vice ir of M n iuperin the Aiken ha been connected Valley The sii The C clubx have been plaintiff vs i ERNEST COTTAGES LEASED nnd it iindvrvtood thnt and Mrs William N Bullard tho direction tf I enox have leased th Ocar Williams hone on the Van wore cluse Hiad for the winter The They expect to nrrive in Aikn i ir invited i will be erinir r I e a a k s bnririnp MM in Mrs Hell is yet to hetried for her part if the her hus She has Tecn granted ai in the sum of Inn o fur has been unable to raise and is still in the cocnv iail 1OMF OF THE LATE W P HUTTO DESTROYED KV FRt manv en r ilnnet A ftill Th Carolina Agricultural APSOCiaUon defendants Harry M i Lightsoy plffs fr Rupbco rirfts sttys Krnrn 36 John Pnilaw plaintiff vs on John R Jordan ct killing o Bank nf Minis j granro P Hall plrTt Hendersons it arid BOND i ire fnr no chi CARD OF THANKS NT SPLENDID IINANCIAL SUCCESS ha convicted with Hayne OShields for tho to Hiiiman has been icn bail i iho of 1 HIT li5 ca will ei K f tt i he winter v Mr Pavd I Avenue Mr f HAS AUSTIN CAR AGENCY Th Anier Federal Reserve Bank Continued on j Richard wjjl pro I Servo his not a for a now trial They were to S years on Mr and Mr lerse II Southor rolumhiavjlif N srriv ed in Aiktfl for the nr I i ich f vheel ri inc i it i i v run T i ii trai Inn c A n rW 1rnv i e on display rvy c V VKTA Co   

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