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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - November 5, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                    ,    I              I » i  j Nearly every family in Aiken j i Cob aly read* the Journal and j    rn      I    j Review.  I " - J          ••• •— -     11,1  .....               and Betwit)  No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review’s  ....    .jijaL iL''**5^ " 2.; ' '    ..........  Circulation in Aiken County  ——  8 PAGES  I ilililiiiiilWr "ll  •ic  *V  §  VOL. 60 -NO. 45  AIKEN, S. C, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 1950  ■■BV BAK I  AGREE ON CASES  COURT COM WI 9 *QV  lT +  Aiken Post, No. 26    CIVIL COURT  "m *»-    31 '; ^  N0 Y_  l7   Elect* Other* far til* New Y Mr Fait lit Splendid Co*l»ti»«  Deriwg tkm Tkree Week. Ter» MMI I jap erie a1 Cam* to b* Heard  Ai a. meeting of the Aiken Bar held on October 26 ,1990, it wa* decided that Thanksgiving week com-men cine November 24th, should be given to the trial of equity ca*©*. and eivil jury eaae« were aaairned far trial aa follow*:  Monday, fltwmbir ITth  Aiken County Poet, No. 26, of the American Legion met Monday night at Hotel Henderson for the election of officer* and the transaction of business.  Present as guests of the Peat were Henry George Stetting*, of Augitite,  W. H. WEATHERFORD  ELECTED MAYOR  FOR THREE WEEKS TERM  Jadge Smm ta Pre*id*—J iron for First Week Draw* aa Friday.  The Court of Common Plea* will convane in Aiken on Monday, Nov. 17th and will be in session for three   ___week*.    Judge Soane of Spartan-  Ga., prominent in Boy Scout work.  bnrfc wm prw|id€ . ^ calendar for and the Patrol Leader* of Troop 27,1^  UTm  ^j,  u found ln  another)  Glover and Holley Re-elected. Clink--scales, Hair, Oakley and Wyman New Members of Council  HOO t Year 5c a Copy  ' WT, ,T.--rn'. J .f■  The Aiken Annual FLOYD TO DIE T  rlmW'Stoir]  At Highland P.rh Natal. Friday, i Na*. 7th, Beginning at 3 P M.  FRIDAY, DEC. 12  ■mr .M  *RRIED TO COLUMBIA  Writs* a Latter ta th* losrsal wad Review and Prays I* Ova.  Albert Floyd convicted lait To#** day for the kilting of Howard Batt WM sentenced by Judge Sense on Wednesday morning. When Floyd  J. E Thorpe, Jr., Gaiaaler Ashhurst, and Clyde Bara-  4. J. B Colt A Company, plaintiff, va. W, M. Walton as Executor of the Will of W. Y. Mill*, deceased. Claude E. Sawyer, riff’a. atty; Henderson & Salley, deft’* atty*.  6. City of Aiken, plaintiff, vs. Dr. Hastings Wyman, defendant-Hendersons A Salley, plfT* atty*.; Gunter & Wilder, deft’s atty*.  ' .9 J. C. Pearce, plaintiff 4s. William Toney, et a1., defendants. William, Croft & Busbee, plff’s atty*.? A, C. Tobais, deft*’ atty*.  IO. James Ycrones, et a1., plaintiffs, vs. J. B. Given*, defendant. Williams,    Croft &    Busbee, plffs’  atty*.; Frankton Toole, deft’* atty.  13. South Carolina Stat© Highway Commission, plaintiff, vs. Mr*. M. G. Oust*, et a1., defendants. J. E. Daniel. Attorney General, plff’s atty; Williams,    Croft A    Busbee, deft*’  atty,  14. State Highway Commission,  v  plaint iff. vs. Southern Railway Company, defendant. John E. Daniel, Attorney General, plff’s atty.; Hendersons A Salley and Frank G. Tompkins, deft’s attys.  15. W. A. Cook, plaintiff, vs. F. W. Hearse, Mr*. Marie D.* Hearse, and City of Aiken, S. C., defendants. J. D. Parlor, plff’s atty.; Henderaona A Salley, William, Croft A Busbee, J. C. Hearse, and J. E. Stanfield, deft’s attya.  Tuesday, November 18th  Stanley Eubanks  hill.  After supper, Mr. Stollings, bettor known aa “Red,’’ gave the Legion-aires present a very interesting talk  on the origin and history of Scouting, and explained the proposed plan whereby Scout work could be given trained supervision in the area sur-; rounding Augusta. Mr. Stetting added that the Post wa* to be congratulated in sponsoring a Troop of Scout* in Aiken and in reviving interest in Scouting here. Following this talk, tho Patrol Leaders put on a sil ho ut to show, depicting “Leat | Aid to the Injured” and “A Grudge Fight” which brought many chuckles and laughs from the onlookers.  The Post then went into a business session, with Commander Bal-, lentine prodding and the following were elected to serve as officers of < the Poet for the year ending October 20th, 1931:    Wm. M. Smoak,  Commander; C. B. Anderson, vice commander; J. W. Ashhurst, adju-. tant; Elmore S. Henderson, Service ] Officer and E. H, Wyman as Post Chaplain.  The Troop Committee reported i through E. H. Wyman, Chairman, that through the kindness of the Episcopal church, the Parish House had been secured for meeting* of the Troop, and that our apprecii-j lion be expressed to the Episcopal | Church for the use of the Parish • House. This committee recommend-1 ed a* objectives for this year the  part of this paper.V  W. HL Weatherford was elected was re-elected by the splendid vote Mayor of Aiken on Monday rn one of of 629. the biggest vote received by  The following juror* were drawn  t j, e  quietest election* that ha* ever : anyone, and consequently for the first week:  J. W. Clayton, Vaucluse.  Jesse Carpenter, Graniteville.  A. HL McKay, Graniteville.  E. T. Ha rn ho, North Augusta.  0. S. Bushnell, North Augusta H. T. Ergie, Ridge Spring.  T. b Badgeman, Ridge Spring.  W. W. Franklin, Vaucluse.  Geo, Solomon, Clearwater.  Ben Scott, Vaucluse.  A. E. McLemore, North Augusta, neither name scratched.  will be  been held here. The election was I Mayor-protem of the new council, little discussed and only in the last Henry Holley, of the old council was few day* before the ballot* were cast also re-elected.  was any interest taken in the results, i Four new members wire elected However, by mirch hard work on follow*: W f . E. Clinkscalee, B. E. election day practically everyone j Hair, Dr. Hastings Wyman and A. registered voted. There were 1086 registered voters, and a total of 936 •voted in the Mayor’* race, with a number of ballot* in this race, either having both names -scratched, or  Jackson Key, Jr., Langley.  W. S. Burckhalter. Warrenville. A. L. Back, Langley.  P. Y. Hitt, NoKh Augusta.  G. W. Ergle, Warrenville.  W. F. Beard, Bath.  W. J, Miller, Jackson.  C. L. Adams, North Augusta.  C. C. Broome, Kathwood.  G. S. Rogers, Bath.  L. FE Sanders, Ridge Spring.  T. L. Jordan, Ridge Spring,  J. B. Cook, Wagener.  E. T. Starne*, Perry.  Powell Sitemore, Windsor,  J. V. Burgess, Monetta.  John Klertck, North Augusta.  J. M. Cranston, North Augusta. Willie Warren, Monetta.  John Willing, Aiken Route 3.  J, G. Thomas. North Augusta.  J. D. Prothro, Aiken.  Walter Rish, Wagener.  C. A. Cushman, Windsor.  Blandford Bryant, Aiken Route 2.  P. B. Glover of the old council  W. Oakley.  H. N. Schroder was  “A thin* of beauty is • joy filterer.”  This quotation will aptly apply to the Highland Park Hotel on Friday afternoon, when it* doors will open I for the Flower Show The main floor ! of the hotel will be a veritable Fairy-  l„„d. wHh It. pronto, rf no™*!  wm    tB    tho    r ,_     dMk   I J    "*>    *    "»» «">» »»  *  ir  °.    .    .    ,    .,.. conduct during the trinl. He WM  Flowers from the gardens of both t    ^  w    very penitent    and subdued.  amateur-1 and    professionals wd!    I*    J ’  IT Z  #     ..    When    asked    if    he    had anything  I brought for exhibit.  Each    vee    Aiken’,    .howlnf * la-    »* l “  m * de  «“"*    * " peK ' h     *" d   features    ^ed forgivneaa for    his sins,    and  also for the prayer*    of everyone.  (cwt.    LMI    year    th,™    wen .till    »« “ id tl,,t h * »*•    <•»«•«»    »■>«  life picture;    flower, arrangad    „!*"     n, ' ilh ' r     "* d    n,,r    wriU> ’    “ d   model,. Mr,.    U. H. Wild, had th!,    “ k,d     *■“ i ud *' < ‘ “     1 > i *     llfe -  creased and gradually new are brought in giving an added in*  Commissioner of being un-opposed.  The following is the vote  re-elected Public Works,  The court and spectators were  in the  primary.  KOR MAYOR  ard No  H. Weatherford F. I thcredge  299  ‘2.45  Ward Ni  237  165  Total  536  BH)  FOR ALDERMAN  P R. Glover * -.  W . E. Clinks ales  H. E. Hair  Dr. Hastings Wyman  A. W. Oakley Henry Holley David Weisberg  B. I . I lye hrs  E. R. Haters ....  F. H. Hendrix Roland V Murray     329    too    029      339    217    580      313    250    563      315    239    551      321    223    511      315    223    538      238    186    121      228 *    193    rn      252    170    122      212    177    389      163    92    255     H.  COMMISSIONER PUBLIC WORKS  Y >chr»Kler    -i31    396  927  part of the program, a She agal* ha, it in charier .od .on* very at- “ ,,lll « d hl ' I' 1 ' 1 *  (nr   tractive arc,moment, of Still Life  bul th « )“ d >»  .....  Pronoun™  Picture, will bo .hewn.    rcnUn™, and fixed Friday, l),c.tn.  Thi. year will aaa added Mini.- ^  12lh ’     la    ,,,d    2     »■     m -  tun. Park,. Tho Park chown by tho ■» «>•  d »F  whlch h f "™“ PO »'* I judlta, a. Ire.) will ho uaed a. a “•  ,if *  f » r hl *  trime -model for the park to be made on    Carried    to Penitentiary  Laurens street.  Miss Alma Hahn .noted for her On Friday Sheriff Howard car. artistic taste is sponsoring this fes ’‘b** Floyd to th© State penitentiary tore and all are looking forward to await his execution. All the way with pleasure to seeing the little  lu < >olumbia the prisoner begged model* of ideal parks.     th *‘ *b«riff to spare his life, and  This show is your show. Coms  wh «’ n  be urnved at the penitentiary and bring your family. This exhl-> begged the sheriff to bring jam bit of natures venders is food for bilk to Aiken. Floyd was placed in  the soul.  A -mall  admission of 25 cents  sn ordinary cell, but twenty days before execution he will be confined  16.    D. Ramsey George,    et a1.,  plaintiffs, vs. Otto J. Hammer, et. al., defts.    Williams, Croft A    Busbee,  plfly atty*.; Hendersons A Salley,  deft*' attys.  17.    Armour Fertiliser    Works,  plaintiff, vs. J. H. Weeks, defendant. James Arthur Kennedy, plff's atty.:  —deft’s atty.  19,    F. E. Booster, plaintiff, vs.  NEW BOOKS AT LIBRARY  State Highway Department, defendant. Gag tor A Wilder! plff’s attys.; John E. Daniel, Attorney General, deft’s atty.  20. A. B. Johnson, plaintiff, vs. O. Bryant, et a1., defendants. Williams, Croft A Bumbee, plff’t atty.; J. E. Stanfield, defts’ atty.  22. Brooks & Scanlon Corporation, plaintiff, vs. J. L. Williamson Lumber Company, defendant. Gunter A Wilder plffs' atty*.; Williams, Croft & Busbee, deft’s atty.  24. Smith Brothers Co., Inc., plaintiff vs. D. W. Gaston, defendant. Mortimer M. Jarecky, plff’s atty.; - deft’s atty.  pro per financial backing    for    the    --  Troop, and the possibility    of erect-    The    following    new    books    have  ing a Troop Cabin to be    used    for    been    received    in    the    library    and    are  the regular meetings of the troop, j ready for circulation:  The Troop Committee and the new officer* were constituted as--a committee to attend the meeting of the proposed Area Council to    be    held  at Boy Scout Headquarters, at Augusta, Ga., on Thursday night, November 6th.  Commander Ballentine stated that  Farm Women To  Meet On Saturday  Donation Day At  County Hospital  will be charged. Supper will be ta tao death house, served from .- ii) to H o’clock. An; Before leaving for Columbia Floyd  ;  interesting program will he put on  8(>n ^ ^t* following letter to the Sn the evening. On page three of Journal and Review: this paper will be found the entire “I make this statement openly. I Ylst of entries     flm  c>ti**n of Greenville, and have     _bern in that county for twenty-six  years, and lf I have ever mistreated Two Men    Killed    .tnyone I have asked God to forgive  I A a 13/ I ”'  an ‘l ^ ask those whom I have  In Auto Wreck , n ,„^, U |,,j < j  ( .•    , m . ?  %v ,j| f ur .  Accident Near Windsor on Thursday Jury Say* “Accident Unavoidable.”  Adams Rest—Millln.  The Hound of Florence—Salten. A Party of Baccare!—Byrne.  The Little Dog Laughed—Merrick Dane >fight—Powell.  Cimarron—Ferber.  The Scarab Murder Case—Van  Splendid Program Arranged for lh# Lexington Meating  the week eadla* Mavombo* l ith bad  The fall meeting of Central District South Carolina Council of harm f Women will be held on Severn her 8th, in the High School auditorium at I^exington, at 10:30 a. rn. An j interesting program ha* been—ar-attendance • i*  Dine.    _    _  Laments for the Living—Parker, tranced and a large been designated as American Legion The Story of San Michele—I expected. Membership Week, and that Na- Mud the.  Saturday, November 22nd. will be  observed as Donation Day at the Aiken County Hospital. The Woman’s Auxiliary to the hospital has for three years promoted this day for the benefit of this institution and it is gratifying to note that each effort ha- been a splendid (Temuriaration of sympathyi< com- bomi minify rrr-operation.    wtim  therm ore raised by and have right. I  say that I have been earnest Christian parent* been counriled to live Know there is a Saviour,  Je*u* GhgiHt, and he will forgive me.  Boloman I have heen baptised and belong ta  tional Headquarters was offering a citation to every Post that re-enrolled their 1930 membership before that dale, and urged the in-coming Commander to bend every effort to this end.  A financial report by the Adjutant was read and received formation.  The Tides of Malvern—Griswold. 24 Hours—Bromfleld.  Blowing Clear—Kaye-Smitl\. Seed—Norris.  Possession—De La Roche.  So Much Good—Franhan.  Tho books of Southern History  The principal speaker will be Hon. A. F. Lever, who has recently been placed at the head of the Acreage Reduction Campaign” by the Farm Board. The president of the State Council, Mrs. J. Whitman Smith, will also be on the program.  from County Council  .John Mathis and Joe  two tolored men living rieur Windsor a Baptist church, but I will acknow, lost their lives    on Thursday night    ledge that    I Slave drifted    off    into  when the wagon    in which they were    darkness.    Furthermore I    will    ac*  tiding wa* struck by an automobile    knowledge    that I have one    wife    and  driven by John    Mundy, a young    two little    babies, one little    boy  white man.    eleven yt ars old and one little girl  'The two colored men were goipft four years old.  traveling the Pine Log road, “I will ny tho much, my little Mundy.- who was going to wife ti a pFrfrcT'tfluty' and haa heir  Reports  as in-    presented by    the family of Mr. C Pn lent*    will be heard    a d a gov  K, Henderson    to the Edward Croft! el will be    awarded by    Miss Beanie  , Wm,    Chapter, of    U. I). C., have been Harper to    the Council    which has  Wednesday, November 19th  25.    C.' S. I. Corporation, Jtc., plaintiff, vs. J. P. Howard, etc., defendant. Wm. M. Smoak and J. E. Stanfield, plff’s attys-; Williams, Croft & Busbee, deft’s attys,  26. C. S. I. Corporation, etc., plaintiff, vs. Lee Van Buren and J. J. Sims, defendant*. Wm. M. Smoak, plff’t atty.; J. E. Stanxfield, deft’s atty.  27. Durban-Ckird’s, Inc., plaintiff, vs A. V. Oglesby, et a1., defendants. Williams, Croft A Busbee, and Hendersons A Salley* plff’s atty*.; B. A. Moore, A. T. Smyth and H. E. Gyle*, deft’s atty*.  29. Commercial Credit Company of Georgia, plaintiff, vs. J. H. Propst, defendant. Gunter A Wilder, plff’s atty*.; Hendersons A Safley, deft’s attorneys.  Thursday, November 20th.  31. Otis Rhoden, plaintiff, vs. Aiken Mills, Inc., defendant. Williams, Croft A Busbee, plff’s. atty.; Hendersons A Saljey, deft’s. atty.  UTL WL C, Silas, plaintiff, vs. The Seminole Mills, defendant. Williams, Croft A Bumbee, plff’t attys.; Hendersons A Salley, deft’s atty..  33. Th* Haverty Company, plaintiff, vs. John F. Williams, defendant. Ja.* B. Murphy, plff’s. atty.; Williams, Croft A Busbee, deft’s attys.  The new Post Commander, Wrn. Chapter.  M. Smoak, pledged the full co-opera- placed in the library and ar** ready ton** the best work the past yet*’ tion of the newly elected officers to for circulation also.  increasing th# membership of the      —__  Post to th# end that the Post might*    _.    ,  be able to support more completely St. Thaddeu* Church tilt Boy Stout Troop which it had:     T(J     p| 0 |j    Bazaar  The County Council members will hring sandwiches or light lunches and the hostess Councils will provide a beverage.  of  sponsored.  It is hoped that the business the meeting may be finished in time  Mrs. Laurie Croft is chairman of the  Land Sold At  Public Sale* Bazaar.  - I    The    following    is    a    list    of    chairmen  Only a few tracts of land were for the different tables, offered for sale on Monday by the) Gift Table—Miss Alma ilahn-  Th. St. Th.dd.u.\Church Guild,I*"' » *■« «°     I) *"-    "*.7  I. to hold a Bazaar ,n th. F.n.,h of Count, Merton hat. ar-House, Wednesday, December  ranged to come in parties using school busses.  the  house burned  The house on the DuBose farm located on the Two Notch* road wa*  W|% eU  destroyed by fire last Tuesday afternoon, and was completely de-  This year th** need of tho hospital. it greater than ever before; the charity wards, are taxed to the limit all the ^ime, occasioned by tho general financial depression throughout the country. Donations rt‘C**iv* d oh this day relieve the management of the necessity of buying these needed things and they can use regular hospital funds for the general care of patients.  The following are needed for this year:  Two dozen sheets, 72x90 n.  Two dozen spreads, 72x90 in.  One dozen pillow cases, 22x30 inches.  Two dozen hath towels.  Half dozen table cloths.  One dozen hath robe- (wa-bable)  One dozen pairs bedroom -lippers, j (Six f r women and six f * * r men.)  Wash cloths, bed side lamps, hath I room mirrors, glass pitcher-, Kitchen Utensils, Groceries, egg-, green! i vegetables, canned fruit?. Vegeta-1  wards Wind so i struck them One obedient to me seventeen years. She ai the hafts of the wagon struck will be left without anything to live the center of the radiator and the on. I will say that I have loved her automobile plowed through tho and the two babies. The little boy is horse and wagon. The horse was helpless. I will tenderly ask the good torn t > pieces and John Mathis was people of Greenville county to see foumi Aid under the automobile. Joe that she and the two bailie© will not  i*:  Sol omen was thrown out    of    the    suffer. I will ask    for the prayers of  wagon and was brought to    the    Ai*    those who pray    to pray    fur me  ken hospital, where he died    in about    that I may be saved anti get    a chance  an hour.    to save my life    I want to    give my  Coroner Tarver held the inquest lifetime ti. the benefit of my -tate un Sunday afternoon at Windier, and county. But friends I do R<md Officer C. A, Redd made s ;  make my plea that I do not want •tatemerit and Norman Bennett, who;to he put to death. I hop* each and brough’ the injured negro to Aiken, everyone will prttv for me that I testified a- to what he -aw. The may get my sentence changed from wagon was driving without lights, death to life in the state peniten-arid the automobile tracks showed tiary. I will assure them that I will that- an effort was made to avoid make a perfect prisoner as I live hitting the wagon, and there was no and give no trouble. I will close by evidence of whiskey, < ach witness saying (*(* I bless my little wife and being asked thi- question,    dear little babies, my aged father  The jury unavoidable  returned  accident.  Master and Probate Judge.    Apron    Table—Mrs. A. W . Oakley.  Muter E. 3. Croft .ok! th, (cl-    !*'•* T.ble—Mrn. Conv,™ Wool-  loping. Bank of Western Carolina *«>’•    ,     m     ...    \    ,     T .    t.*<*    recently  Doll Table and Grab Bag—Miss stroyed. The propers has recently  Annie Ford and Girl’s Friendly been purchased by Mr. W. B. Tur-  Cake Table—Mrs, Edward Croft , nor, and he has  Rolling chairs. Gash donations.  Wardlaw Manages  Aiken Ice Plant  vs. Clinton Hutto, et a1. Tract* Nos. I, 4 and 6 were sold aggregating 146 1-2 acres, located near Perry. I Purchased by Mrs. "Mary Livingston for 63,425.  In the case of Mr*. Hattie R. Mc-1 Nair va. E. D. Sheppard, et a1., HIO j acres located near New Holland, was sold for $300.00.  w   Probate Judge Webb sold two tracts as follows: Andrew J. John- 1  sow vs. Salley Gordon, et a1.,    212  acre* on >fouth Edisto river. Sold to Andrew Johnson for 7625 OO.  A. M, Moyer vs. Dan H, Turner. 79 acres, sold to Gunter A Wilder, attorneys for lf66.00.  Sheriff sold a number of tracts of land for delinquent taxes.  let a contract for *ft the house. A  Candy Table—Mrs. A. S. Willcox-1th* rebuilding  ~ *’    •*    'modern    four    room    bungalow    will    be  MEETING  AGRICULTURAL  CLUB  Pickle and Preserve Table—Mrs.  R. W. McCreary.  Tea I sib lo—-Mrs. H> J. Ray.  Ice Cream Cones—Mrs. Cha*. Hall.  Supper—Mrs. J. Ernest Thorpe.  Waitress—Mrs. R. G. Tarrant.  Decorations—Mias Marion Pellesr.  Publicity—Miss Alice Washburn.  Cashier—Miss Christi** Stoddard.  Ticket Sale —Mrs. Herbert CL*Le*. J tog.    Entrance  _  '    the    side    door.  erected. The joss was about $1,000.  CASSELS SHORE ROBBED  COTTAGES LEASED  The -tore of H. M. Camels, at Ellenton, was    entered    and robbed of  about $1,000    worth    of merchandise  comr time early Wednc lay morn-wsk    made through  An    automobile was  used to carry off the stolen goods, and it is understood that it went in  The monthly meeting of th© Aiken Agricultural Club will be held today at 1.2:30 P. M Rt preventatives from all the Savannah River Valley clubs' have been invited The -.ubji-ct for discussion will be “Tho Cotton Situation” coy* l ing the coo of the production of cotton, wages,' the encouragement of the greater use of cotton, such as leks  Da’, id M. “Mike" Wardlaw Cohen made manager of the \ n plant of the Carolina-* leoryia Service * lo*, in place of L. .M. Brown, who ha- been appointed Superintendent if the Augusta, Aiken, Langley .nd Edgefield plants,  .Mr. Wardlaw ha been connected con [ an , once August, n after hi graduation '    ■    it    i.itii (‘a-  a verdict of and nf»ther, my brothers and sis-iters and friends. I ask all this in the name of th* blessed Saviour. I “T ori letter ha- been worded by Albert Floyd and written by a" friend in Aiken county .’ail. Yours, pure in heart forever. Good bye. I want thu printed in your paper.”  Mr*. Bell in Jail  'x 11 h 1929,  from  Mrs. Bell is yet to be tried for her part of the killing .of her husband.. She has been granted hail in the sum of $2,500, but so far has been unable to raise this amount, and is still in the county jail.  ti*  Bv  34. Federal Intermediate Credit Bank, of Columbia, plaintiff, vs. I). jERNEST O’SHIELDS ’I., hurt ick, Ma tile Hue TilrTieTt and South Carolina Agricultural Loan Association, defendants. Harry M.  Lightsey, plff’s atty.; Williams,  Croft dr Busbee, defts’ attys.  36. John Fatlaw. plaintiff, vs.  John R. Jordan, et a1., \ Receiver*.  Bank of Monetta, defendant*. Mims P. Hall, plfTt atty.; Henderson* A  J-’illey, .deft*’ atty*.  ....................  Friday, November 21*t.  37 Federal Reserve Bank of  (WI-  Aiken  Continued on page eight  OUT ON BOND  Krur-r - (VShields convicted with his son. Richard O’Shielda, f rn the kitting of Ernest Hillman has been granted hail in the sum of $2,000, and ba© been released. His curse VI ill be appealed.  Richard O.^hieids will probably serve his sy.nteruc, and not appeal for a new trial. They were tented to 6 year* each.  Mr. and Mrs. William N. Bullard,  of I choy, Mass., have leased the Oscar William* home on the Vau-rlurit* Road for the winter sea  They expect to arrive in  at)nut Nowmber Jbth.  1   Mr.'S, K. I.egare, of Washing)'*© has based for ’he winter season the cottage of Mr. David Dows on Hayne Avenue. Mr. Dows plans ? , spend the winter in lea.  Both of these cottages were cd thr ug) Eulalie Salley A Real Estate Age is.  * the direction of < harle ladies ready-to-wear, Cf were stolen.  The officer© are works case, but so far no Hut , found aa ' • the  Pint  etc.  for fertilizer and  for Stales ginnod.  cotton A full at  lagging  •rolar.ee  native of Troy. j im. - aft'tf* "pleasant > made many friend 1  Aiken, who con-; ■ his pr unction.  10MF. OF THE LATE W. P. HUTTO DESTRO) ED BY FIRE  d« sired  At N I  LUCIA SPLENDID  FINANCIAL SUCCESS  The  Hutto,  ed bv lit I A et  residen  lat<  thieves.  HAS AUSTIN  touth Amer  icas  Co,  Mr. and Mrs. George H. Souther sen-1 of Columbiaville, N Y., have arr ivied in Aiken for the »#a**>n.  The Blandai appointed ag* a ufo mob near manufaeu wheel baH» a will run 60 The car wit] i a gallon of g on display a) Co.  i Motor t <■ nts for th  this is th* iri >1. hiving nd 10 inch  ii 6ti nill* -  ’ake. to to fz  Moline. A ca 1   the Standard     has been    I      iENCY        Editor ' I de-              Aiken ’      .. ha© be    rn    elect son      ie Alist    : in    re-eh > ?      <■ amani    tat    I c ninfil.          _ C    i ^ i.  u       n <n in    eft    • vtta      tread.    It    lari fur      ; Ii ■  >3 rn to    uT.  nn    i pay sir •nffn-- -     CARD OF THANKS  W. I*. is lic-t’ .y-  pft< rn emu,  r >ek. The Mrs. 'una me, when  J Ut  • hi  to  Aunt i the ■ r ia  the Hmm Aiken Ho >T> x:-r to Hein; splendid Hipper; recent pn duct Lucia,” both by play and by sue rue, A fun u.  dive  pita!  tak  ing  a n 11  is now Motor  t on of  mc  ft  “ •" 1   warrant > v citizen*.  Af4 Of fi t  then dividing produt ing co retjhzert shout  t-y t) I  a1 ubi  META ll.  HENRY HOLLEY.  OWENS,  Secretary.  j Tun jievw  ay in  nt last Char*  n bus!   

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