Aiken Journal And Review, November 26, 1930

Aiken Journal And Review

November 26, 1930

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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - November 26, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina ' . . 77- ■ ■ I N*ar(y m,»rf family in Aik*# County read# th* Journal and Review. >v ■sass carnal and MeMci No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review' Circulation in Aiken Countv n i I P 8 PAGES I I I I ' rn VOL, 60—NCL 48 -t———aw—1— iii TWO STOKES OM MAIM STREET AIKEN, S. C, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1930 Southern Improve* Railroad Service PURCHASED BY C. L. WEEMS I Aik** Return Le**— el Mig# €**-\ floating Tnm* for Ike North Stores to Close Qn Thanksgiving Day $2.50 a Year—5c t Copy I . A rn TV* NeDon J*hn«o* Bleck Pa**** I*t* Near Hand*. —Sal* Com pi*t*4 Yesterday. The (’resetM v limited of th* Southern railway, finest passenger train in the South, will have its Yesterday valuable Mam street (K^Uir Atoned Dwmb<r 1 property changed hands, when Mr».WlU m#ke 11 # lewlin* contender (or Nelson Johnson sold to C. L. Weeks,: runn*r'up *pe*d honor» “ th« of Montmorenci, the block of stores acCordm* advicaa ^cmrtd by W. known as the I Amar property I*' MeG*#’ “»Uat general passen- TTi€ .ftiHffgfii . atahgkaatf hevw-I al lr**tim with Feet ! a/rw,l to alo** their stores all day4 J Thanks*’vin* Day, Thursday, No-: comber 27th. r J A. B. Grocery Co- Rogers, Inc., by J, NA Kenney. Home Grocery. Palace Market. A. d p. by W. G. Thompson. Vleth Market Gov. Richards issues Proclamation FOf Thursday, Thanksgiving Day Two Convicts Escape From County This block of stores ie north of th, auk a?"14™ °*rolu,» kuiM-Int, and th# two nor,, ar. JSfy*** I by W. H. Weatherford plumbing J establishment and 0. C. Cato pho-1 tograpber. The building to two (tory and the upper floor contains The lot ie SO by ger agent of the road. Coincident with the change in the schedule of the Credent, the announcement wan made that the Augusta Special, which to also being speeded up considerably; will amalgamate with the Creecent north of Washington, both going into New suites of rooms. ___....  __ York at 0:10 #. rn. t T)»f Augusta THU building wa* purchased by    [***_in W“hi“Ston at Nelson Johnson -r.-    years frcr. .,4<ie Lamar, for the sum of $12,000. The price paid by Mr. Weeks ha* not been given, but is understood to be considerably in advance of the original purchase price. This sale was -made by J. C. & B, Hutson real estate agency. 0. Seeks To Collect In Insurance Case It. rn . the Crescent at 4:00. The I two combined into one tftin will leave at 420 a. na., and arrive in New York at 9:10 a. rn, The schedule change of the Augusta Special, which concerns this territory more than the others, will provide a much faster service to Northern points. These trains which have heretofore done local work between Augusta and Columbia will now make only two regular stops at Trenton and Batesburg. The train under Its new schedule will leave Columbia at 2:47 p. rn., arriving Char- W|   ..I    lotto at 5:40 p. rn., leave Charlotte A Pi IWry has filed suit in the at 5:45 p. rn., arriving Washington United States court against the 3 ;so a. in., Baltimore 5:10, Phila-Metropolitan Casualty Insurance awlphia at 7:10 and New York at Company of New York, the action iy.jQ a, m, Southbound the train being transferred from the state will leave New York at IrtO p. rn., court.    i    Philadelphia at 3:16 p. rn., Balli* He seeks to    recover $5,000 on a ' more 5:15 p. rn., Washington 0:40 policy issuer} to Andrew Sanko in-Ip, m>f arriving Columbia at T:85 a. demnifying Sanko for damages from m.( Aiken at 10:15 a rn., and Au-automobile accidents. Ussery was gu*to at 10:30 a. rn. There will be injured in an accident with Sanko, i hour and 20 minutes cut off of the July J, 1928, and the complaint sets time of ‘the Special northbound and forth that in the state courts he ob-125 minutes cut southbound. The trined judgment against Sanko but new schedule of the drescent Limit-has been unable to collect and is ^ will cause it to leave New Or-thus seeking to collect from the in- jeans, its southern terminus, at 8:46 j hrou*ht a^.ut !p. rn., instead of 9 p. rn., Montgomery at 5:50 a. rn., instead of 6:45 a. rn., Atlanta at 12:01 p. rn., instead pf I p. rn., Greenville at 3:40wp. rn., j Charlotte at <f:22 p. rn., arriving Washington at 4:06 a. rn. Pullman faaaengers on the Augusta Special will be given full priv W. J. Woodward. Parlor Market J. Gaston Albe*. Btombergs. South Carolin# Power Co. J. O. McCrory Ce,    ^ Miss** BurekhtKer.    ** City Market r* Hafera Electric Co. Th* Fashion Store. R. W. McCleary Co. Thorp*! Sook Store. Hahn A Co. Tarrant#. THE AIKEN COTTAGES Th* Aiken Cottages opened October 15th. ThiriSeen patient* form its present roll. These men are: Edward J. Maher, Naugatuck, Conn.; Roger Lee, Danvers, Man.; William Braun, Washington, D. C.; Ernest Frey, Spartanburg; Frederick D. Read, Weaverville, N. C.; Karl Glenn, Grafton, Went Virginia; Clifford Hunter, Charlotte, N. Leo Hayes, Sherborn, Mum.; William McRorie, Hickory, N, C.; Arthur G. Mann. Brooklyn, N. Y.; Dewey Ward Thomasville, N, C,; and Hugh Bruin, Aldie, Va. It is expected that the ranks will be increased several more very soon. The cardinal trial that has stood the test of time is fully recognised a- the underlying principles that restore men to their former capacity. These basic principles of therapy have remained unchanged throughout the ages. It is only in their application that changes have been Rest holds the key “JWtt. during the year IWO. South Carolina has been lire oi disaatrrs or epidemic* of disease, and Whereas, our people have been blessed by seasons of rain and sunshine, with a bountiful harvest, and abundance of food (tops, and VI herm!*, while there is considerable unemployment throughout the nation and some of our people are not able to find work to do. in the main there it opportunity offered to most of our people for employment and thereby enable them to have the necesaarie* of life, and “Whereas, there it a feeling of brotherhood and sincere desire to help any within our state who may be without work and suffering for their necessaries, and KSU    • I I    • nereis, out nation has been at peace with the world and there has been no strife or internal discord within tho borders of our state, and “Whereas, South Carolina is blessed with churches, good colleges and schools and tidier advantages for her son* and daughters and there exists among our citiien^ip a desire for the better things of lifts, and "Whereas, above all things, the people of our state are blessed with a civilization founded upon abiding faith in an almighty and all merciful (rod, “Non. therefore, I. I-Wi G. Richards, governor of the ..tate of South Carolina, bi vimie of th*- authority in roc vented by law and in observance of the time honored custom established by our forefathers and following the example of the president J    of the I oiled Staten, do hereby appoint and designate. Thursday, November 27, I NSI I, ,4# a day of Thanksgiving and prayer, and I    I do most earnestly urge and recommend that on that day the (    people of the state of South Carolina gather in the houses of j    worship or such other plnres as may hp feasible and return j    thanks to the Ruler of the universe for the rich blessings he j    stowed upon them duping this year and a-k for His divine    I |    guidance and protection during’ the coming year#.**    j jim* tai**#.# CWnfr Ffotpiu! **J th* Other Gang N®. 2 N«ar Mont. moeanci. CIVIC LEAGUE HOLDS MEETHG COMMITTEES APPOINTED John Manning, white, a convict of chain gang No. 2, escaped from Us* Aiken county hospital on Tuesday night. This man had been sick and was sent to the hospital suffering with diphtheria. After two weeks treatment, and practically well, he left th* hospital at midnight He wa# from Jacksonville, Fla., and convicted of forgery on Jan. 27th and sentenced to tvwelv* months. He is 30 years old, about 5 feat 6 inches high, and weighs about 150 pounds. He wa* an ex-*oldi*r sad suffered shell shock. Has light sandy colored hair, blue eyes, and a pleasing personality. Has tattoo marks on both arms and middl* of breast.    * Rubin Dent, colored, ear sped from chaingang No. 2, on Sunday afternoon, which la camped near Montmorenci. Dent was convicted on January 25th. 1927, of murder. He is 28 years old, is light ginger cake color and weighs about 166 pounds. He was a trusty at the camp and M.ay Import*nt Matter. Acted Up-•a. -Contribution. Made to Woe- thy Ok Joe t* On Friday, Nor, Slat, the regular monthly meeting of the Civic League wa* held in th* Reel Room. A larger crowd than usual was ii attendance and many important matters war* discussed and transacted. The treasurer's report showed a balance of about six hundred dollars. The following disbursement# were mids: Twenty-five dollars to be used for Christmas bankets by Miss Woodson, Social Service Worker. Thirty dollars contri bated to Student Loan Fund. Five dollars to purchase tuberculosis health bond. There was a discussion of th* strait decorations end lighting for Christmas, and a committee was appointed to find out from the merchants if they wished to co-operate this year in thii work. Miss Claudia Phelps spoke on one of the projects af the reforgetration committee of the State Forestry De- slipped off wearing a striped sthirt _P*rtment. Miss Phelps in co-opera-and    overalls.    tion Wllh the Forestry Department _ will donate two thousand trees to each county in the state if it will Donation Day a    provide two acres or more of land on q    which to plant them. The acreage val*Cal oUCCCSS mUfq jH, nPar county seat and on some well traveled highway and the HISTORICAL SKETCH OF TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH Donation Day at the Aiken County trees must be properly cared for af-Hospital, a custom instituted and ob- j ter they ar© planted. She outlined served by the Woman's Auxiliary,. the excellent possibilities of thii was held libt Saturday, Nov. 22nd. , pl*n if taken hold of j roperly. In All during th© day numerous xrifts the first place the mere planting and arrived, not only from friends in the wowing of the tr«< s will serve to city but also from individuals and'^how what can bo done in reforest-j the foil.iwsng group* throughout the ’nu with a v> ry .small outlay. And Read at the Centennial Exercises Held at the Famous Ord Church Last Week. comity: Eureka. Monetta, Hitch- in the second place the territory 1 inT" Mill McLaurin, Salley, Juck- planted might bn made into a very ! son, New Holland, Graniteville,! lovely county park with tree*, wind-i Millbrook, Beech Island, Sweet int? roads, flowering shrubs and Water, Warrenville, I,angley-Hath, picnic and recreation grounds. surance company. \ Tabernacle Baptist    Church    was    America trying to -ally them to    tho    Special donations from the follow- Mrs.    R. II. Wilds called attention position, followed    by good food and    organized IOO years ago today,    No-    support of Judson.    >r,tf group-: Womans Missionary So-    to the    untidy and congested condi- fresh air. These    points are strong-    vember 18, 18,10. Tho    guns of    our William Brooker nerved    from 1817    doty, St. Johns Methodist church;    tion of    that part Of toe public street* ly stressed by the Superintendent,    Second War with Gieat    Britian    had    to 1855, 18 years. Hr    lived    and    Dsnghtertof America; Sunbeam Bandjlying between Hayne Avenue, Parti Aiken Lawyer* Win Big Case Cat* of Bridler v*. S. C. Tax Com-minion Decided in Favor of Plaintiff. Miss Jane II. Fraser, R. N., and the Wen silent fifteen years and the labored a long number of years af.. Bostick-I.ak© Circle, Hobo-Patter- Arenae and Curve Street, She sug- physirian-in-rhnrge, Dr. L. I). Boone, opening guns of tho Mexican War tor he cessed to be pastor of this! on circle. L, I, It, 1‘hilathea Has*;; grated flirt hi r in connection with •• The tendency of th* precut is de- were but fifteen year in the future. Church. Ile was oneof the leading Mrs. Rn>’»3 H-Ucy’a f?umlny reb«©l*-«©' section that th© let of gwrand finitely toward returning men to    Dean    Swamp, the mother of    Taber-    ministers of the Edgefield Atocia*    |c*a" their previous vocation. This is not    nacle    was a    strong    young    church    tion and exerted a great influence    ' liege'* of th7cr«*cent'Liinited equip-    feasible or desirable, but in    of 27 yeap    while    Rocky    Spring    in those early formative day*. On*    U.; the main, the men returned to their    and'    Rocky    Grove    were    healthy    who knew him well speaks of him    j I ment north of Washington in spite I of the extra fare charge that th* The Supreme Court of the United Crescent carries with it. Tho Crestates Monday reversed the decision (,ent is the finest equipped tram rn of the Supreme Court of South Ca- t^1t> South. ( oach passengers will rolina in the l6ng, drawn-out, and l°ii°w 'nto -s*cw York on a later hotly litigated case of Bridler vs. !,ain- South Carolina Tax Commission.    Washington paaeenfftrs will be This case was decided by the Su-1 Provid< d accommodations in the Au-preme Court of South Carolina four gusto-Washington sleeper, switch-Jpars ago in favor of th© State, was 'nK a* '■ a-hir.gton ai i n” a. rn , lirgucd in Washington on appeal allowing passenger* to remain in the two years ago, and was re-argued car UT,td 1 a-upon order of the Court, during Oc-1    change    in schedule of No. .ti tober. Monday in an opinion de- wi!1 c*uw ch*n*e‘ ia two o( U)f&l livered by Chief Justice Hughes, the brains from Columbia to Charlotte Supreme Court held that South Ca- lind ,roni ^ olumbia to Augu.sto. rolina cannot collect an inheritance Train No. l l from ( harlotte to Coto* from the estate of Francis ■Iurabia- which now le*vw °°lumbi* Beidier, a resident of Illinois, upon    P- m- wi*‘ ^av<! at ^ P* a large indebtedness due to Mr. m- arriving ( harlotte at 7:66 !»■ rn., Beidier by a South Carolina    Corp©-    in l'm,‘ to ''nnnect lorthbound ritjon    train No. 40 for Washington and The holding of the    high    Court    is    PoinU north- ^’uthbound train No. that the debt is taxable in Illinois - * leave < harlotte at 6 p. rn., alone under ordinary circumatances, iof 5:25, arriving a1 ( <>!um-Mid that there were no facto exist- at •'in'-t, ad P-ink in the Beidier case to alter the I rain No. 7 for Augusta will leave general rule.    I    Columbia at 4:17 p. rn., and arrive The tax involved amounted to ap- ,n Augusta at . :05 p. m. Train No. proximately $65,000. The Beidier * wil> lpaw Augusta at 8:65 a. rn-estate had paid the tax to the State and arr’v* at Columbia 11:45 a. rn. Treasurer under protest; and the The Aiken section of this train amount paid must now be returned consolidate at Ironton as hereto the Beidier estate.    tofore, leaving Aiken at 12:25 p. rn. The Beidlef estate was represent- Train No. IIH will leave Cilium-ed J>y Hendersons & Salley, of Ai- bia at 12:25 F* m*» instt‘a'1 of 11:25 ken, while the Tax Commission was *• m < arriving in Rock Hill in time represented by Attorney General to connect with No. 512 at 4:45 p. rn., Daniel and by Hon. J. Fraser Lyon, ar*iving in < harlotte a: 5:40 p. rn. General C in cl f t * fax Cum mission. The case was argued in Washington by Mr. P. F. Hemler-on for the Bridler estate and by Hon J. Fraser Lyon for the Tax Commission. Many Aurists At Willcox’s former field or one closely allied. ll is not uncommon that an enforced rest may develop a wider vision aud a greater field of action on recovery. Occupational therapy holds the interest of a substantial body of the patients. .Show card and tm painting has been carried on by *< viral men quite successfully. In this connection, it may be unnecessary to add that, signs executed with skill produced by the boys frequently greet* the eyes of many in Aiken. Clock repairing is now being done, too. Flower garden markers are being mad* this year as formerly. It is interesting to note in passing that, four residents of the Cottage*; sisters of eighteen years »*arh. Tabernacle therefore, of the present churches of the Edisto is the Itll in year . All were nu misers of the Edgefield Assoria!” n when the Church was constituted, It is int* lere.-ting to know that the Edisto as organized at Tabernacle in 1815 The Charter members, all from Dean Swamp, weie the foll owing: William I’rolhro, Casper Staley, J. Sloan, John Evans, M. IL Bushton, Kvun Proton*, I Ifetofc* I. Kin ii-ing**,, .Phchjt.. i Evans, Mary Cot* r, Easer Prothro, Sara Prothro, Mary Staley, Sara Rushton, thirteen, six males and seven females. At th* organization the following were re ceived by letter: Jacob Hiderick, last year are^now ^ainfuUy em- , Kiixil^th Hiderick. Phel>* Balden. Carson Howell, Prescot Bush, John Winier constituted the official Pre- bytery and Evan Prothro wah Clerk, •utomobtl... Mr. Prey had a wry ^ thWwn    men,brra,    “ex. pressing their cordial approval and ployed. Mr. Ernest Prey, who * is .with us this year, has had a very extensive training and experience with LOWEST BIDDER SELLS COUNTY Th*- County Comm.ssioaers have decided that in the fuUir* all supplies for the county will be brought - Ernest Wagner, New Torn; Mr, and The holiday reason will find Will-1 cox's filled and over-flowing with j tourists. Reservations haw been! made for every room in the house ' and some twenty-odd rooms h»\< br-HT engaged wear Phi# popular Ko- j til. t fill the overflow. Among those registered yester- j day at this hut*! were: Mrs. Trar chard Newbold, Philadelphia; Mrs * M. \ Potter and Miss Elizabeth j Hide Hostrm, Mass ; Mr. abd Mr ! pleasant connection last summer driving. His trips covered considerable distance and even into a foreign country. Mr. Frey will Ie available in the same capacity next spring for anyone desiring a capable, trustworthy and dependable driver. The Cottages have a Donation Garden taking shape. Help in outlining this has been rendered by Mr. C. B. Woolsey, Mr. John Wallburg, Mrs, Rogers and Mr. Edwards by advice and supplying bulb’, hrubs, etc, It D hoped that others may join in this enterprise which bids fair t^. do much to enhance the ground*. The comforting and -of toning shade of the trees and shrubs stimulates the spirit with renewed interest in our birds and flower-We ow* much to the shrubs and trees that -bolter ami give us unstintedly of 'heir beauty. ITiursday >eveiling of each week is givenover to ■ ocjil_ cen !> hoped that th-vin:* sh 'iii feel at libel welcome aw ads them strict adheraoce to the principle* of faith as contained in the minutes of the Edgefield Association and adopted by it at the Bethel Church November 1827,’* were duly organized into Tabernacle Baptist church. a? a minister of “great consecration, lovely character, fine in the home and aecial life, and I moi by children." I an Pr.ithr rv.-d i, - Jerk in and wa iccoe ,!* d by Elias Hallman in 1831. Hallman served until PTJ when how a succeeded by John W. Brodie, Brodie served until J840 and was succeeded by J. A, Zeigler. After serving five years Seigler was in turn succeeded bv John H. 'Brodie who served until 1861. Many interesting and unusual thing# are found in th© record# of those early days. For example: Negroes were received into the church and dismissed by letter or excommunicated. Regular monthly conference* of the church were held on Saturday before the preaching Sunday. Church discipline wa# faithfully observed and such offense# th* In t of the Baptist church; W.    M.    left    open for planting and beautify- *f Graniteville, Millbrook W.    M.    mg    »t the interjection    of Hayne \V M. S. of Sweetwater.    Avenue and Curve Street wa# not iblic. spirit© I workers were    at    'quite adequate in rile    and shape hn«nif»l all day, receiving, list-    |knd    a ked that this be    changed if in;- donations, decoral 'possible. After some discussion a nrtng fur the reception, tcommittee was appointed to look into this matter and work with the street committee and park commto-rion toward making this plot of of tw< I (-0;-fill ithe h I Iii Hi an- 1 puar. I Mrs. ai and plan md prep?-ic af term iv Mrs. of the OI Cfi g - md til -ii A -u - -ti ejmmitte*. head S. Holley, pri i liary, grnciou ly tween the hours ground attractive .Tull* another group <’d persons through al n and Mr* tea urn! ’rivet and but th# room, Mrs, Albert 8. WI lr. v coffee, assisted by Mrs, K. S. Croft, irrived during the decoration* were The covenant adopted wa strong, declaring, among thine-, their purpose “to live gether as becometh th© Church Christ, ta take the Holy as their rule of life, to each other’s weaknesses, in ’ulgent 'if the s very other V I . lf nd not to if worship, Casper Et or and E .1 - k. St ll cation unti UCceeded b ii. Scripture* fear with not to he •ach other i sembling \\ life; It se Wily to d pastor 1 ti g t ■ut til |W he was 0 S and an Edgefield was t Prothro ed from‘th v. lr m Ilium Hr it is tell lie i.l • • .if the chart fluential mil A- socialism fir! t pus-first ■ r .rn i Hi cr in I - Tittle J ,. We as drunkenness, profanity.non attend s”a dl(’d a? ance at church severely dealt with,1 "Elias Ihllmnn charges church with unorthodox discipline, refuses to commune, and call* for letter. Letter denied because he would not; commune." “(’asper .Staley and j El as Hallman charge Evan Prothro j with refusing to give up land they I bought from him." “Sister Mary Cofer To tai..' charge of the meeting isnt. e and ti. receive for thin service ten dollar# a year.” Members in OJien conference preferred charges against "ach other; for example, "un extra ^inference called t < consider charges made bv sister Della McGraw against some of the member of the Church.” “Memlver of Rocky Kpriny complains that a member of Tabernacle sued him .it. law." "J (V Brodie repoit Jack in i u colored br it her I f ir -.enii'-s and profanity. Jack 1 present denies the charge and postponed.’’ At a later confer-<—in- hicseni and ex- Mrs. Hill ex pm od the hope that the Civic I . ague might sponsor a '■ontest to encourage our citizens to linier rrrow more flowers. A committee was appointed for this. The following ar* the committees appointed at this meeting: Place of Meeting—Mrs. A. S. Willcox, Mrs. Finley Henderson. Welfare—Mrs. Herbert Gyles, Mn. John Stansfield. Parka—(To co-operate with Park the priviSedge of being entertained. Commission) Mrs. R. II. Wilds, Mrs. Many sent donation# who did not rank Henderson, MD# Mary Staubes. appear themselves.    Special    Committees— Tile auxiliary feels more than Christmas Decorations—Mrs. A. the warm and enthu- W. Oakley, Mrs. Finley Henderson. Mastic response which met their ef-1 Beautifying Plot and Hayne Ave., ’fort', and taking into consideration and Curve Ht,—Mr*!. R. If. Wilds, the huvine«# oppression generally Miss Marion Pellew. felt. ti'.    C    .Mf    was    a    h    im    I.    I    ;    A.    ■    T ar. u . interest in ce--. Already the cash donation- growing more, Mrs. Ciau# Busch, rs. B. C. McLean. Many afternoon -ii pretty and the refreshments so delicious it was regretted that more of tin- \iken people did not enjoy Cam kinds jiff si:. jpublisl genet -fill ar I and amoum to St.IO ho with still hope of other gifts in money yet to arrive ore erved food of all ent. also many pound ceric The listed and •us of the hd&pita) were et and manv other us.- MAKES HOLE IN ONE Saturday golf link? pre jars IO |1 Mai tat if donation : armed vegetables, honey, cal. 75 grits, 50 lbs i, 2 His, coffee, in Ik, I!1 pkg#, meanni, I cans I pkgs. Dutch tier, 4 bushels porn rn, green vegrta- M. I’. Terw ,ll:g«‘r was elevated to < v lu ive “Hide-in-one-club" on on the Highland Park when he performed this juftu-uni play. This beautiful shot wa made on the D'.’h hole, the distant- from tee to cup being 175 yards. Pitying in a foursome with Ter-wtPiger were David M • hare. Cheries Wolfe and Oliver I.-'gg.Thorne. ”, COUNTY TULES AT AUCTION rn<n K I.. II THANKSGIVING IN AIKEN. wa* done illy da; .f the Ch matt era the Chorei The butine? i had to do I *ei nim* in ter i n . Little in those me© ti ngs ut rig godly s later, Jack {her nffflljse eel godly -'n.” rn*w -.v ‘report! lf -dr. if i- f..rgtvi - himself kl finest. I IVV arid -ath blo u ml yet th -I. si tV on competitive bld*. ■ hi i j .an ne - pH..... for ti gangs and b I* TM 111 OO, th* the lo wert Tyler t" Dl* »u pp 11 es and the order iMtittttlani fir Carrying out Mr*. Wm. Elkin#, Philadelphia: Mi and Mr* J R. Cardwell and Mrs t V Jennings. Chicago, DL; Mr* •fvx r- ftptr imd abt -tftttiwTsrai ’d - - i    • chain * pur- Ti He »( i a * i \ br tx th atry crib, -I crib I doz. tdieett, I I run mirror, 5 cloths, $1 bath der*, 2 mixing gowns, I scrap prs. bed i rn ap, match©*, 2 ■loth, 4 "nail ©rrtert gin ses, on#. I bath mat ’he C tori/ the c from Lion cg of >unty. arui hi v. rn i ss I oilers ba vc fa*, .ring the modi u tion vi rk in ce decided to sell y mules at auc* * count\ mules ,000 per year, to the county 5 cd a mule. "k on idle dart Fhe p.ai»- .* if ’A nr- Tff'T n $2. 050.00. let wa# y. The fro nd I! be (isd ore ment Biggin brr im- a# ft \ » AT th* t P rxg TV. ■I ). i noe rg Ila arr bi We ;

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