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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - November 26, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                No Paper PubUaUd in Locality the Journal and Review Circulation in Aiken County i S WRDNiSDAY NOVEMBER 26 1930 CttUHjpM inWB Iti aiTai l in I t uMHvHL wl JHMWB M the Luwr property it north of Railroad fW Ow Nwtku Southern railway fiawt in tin South will fcttvf wilt it by W H k twt floor contains The lot is 80 by ThU I SQIHl by ICr has not been but is undentood to be eontiderablr in advance of the purchase of to by W Coincident with sedateof the an nouncement the An which also Mfcf up amal with theCrescent north both into New York at Special is due in Waabiniton at wscent at into at a The schedule af the Au justa Special which ftOBcerns this t all Thursday Rogmrfe lj HvflMt Palace Market P Iff If G Thompson Vieth Market r Parkwr Market J Gaiton Albea BlomborftV South Carolina Power Co J O This sale was mao by J C 0 B Hutson real estate agency Seeks To Collect In Iiuorance P Ufcsory has filed suit in the United States court Against tho Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Company of New York tho action being transferred from the state court seeks to recover on policy isuej to Andrew Sanko in Haf ers lectric Co The Fashion B WMoCnwy Co Store Itahl ft J Urntory provide a much Northern points have Tjeretofore the others will faaior These trains which tone local work between Augusta and Columbia will now make only two regular stops at Trenton and BaUssburg The train under its schedule will leave lumbfa lottoat p leave Charlotte at p arriving Washington a Baltimore Phila delphia at 7 10 and New York at a m Southbound the train will Icavo New York at iUO p Philadelphia at p Balti more Washiugton p nrrivinff Columbia at a demnifyinjr Snnko for damajjei Tram j Ajkfn at and Au aulbraobilc accidents Usscry at a m There will bo injured in an accident with Sanfco j hour and 20 minutes cut off of the Julyv5 1928 and the complaint sets forth that in the state courts he ob tained judirment against Sanko but has been unahlo to collect and limp of the Special northbound and 25 cut nouthbound The new scheduleof the Crescent Limit ed will cause it to leave Now Or thus seeking to collect from the inleans southern terminus at THE AIKEN COTTAGES The Aiken Cottages opened Oc tober 15th form its presentVoH These men are Ed ward J Maher Naugatuck Roger Lee Danvcrs William Braun Washington D Ernest Frey Spartanburg Frederick D Read e Wcavcrvllle N Karl lenn Grafton Virginia Hunter Charlotte N Leo Hayes Sherborn William j Hickory N Arthur G j Mann Brooklyn N Dcwcy Ward Thomftsville N and HUK Aldic Va It is expectod that the rankswill be increttBod several more very soon The cardinal trial that haa stood the test of time is fully recognised j as Vhe underlying thut rej store men to their former capacity Thcw basic principles of therapy i hovtremained unchanged throuijhj out the ages It is only in their application that changes have been i brought about Rest Tabernacle Go Issues Proclamation during the year 1930 South free of disasters or of disease and onr people have been blessed by seasons of rain and sunshine a bountiful harvest and abundance of food and Whereas while there is considerable unemployment throughout the nation and some of out people are not able to find work to do in the main mere is opportunity offered to most of our people for employment and thereby enable them to have the necessaries of life and Whereas mere is a feeling pf brotherhood and sincere de sire to help any within our state who may be without work and for tiiafe necessaries ud nation has been at peace with the world and there haa been no strife or internal discord within the borders of our state and Whereas South Carolina is blessed with churches good colleges andschools and other advantages for her son and daughters and there exists among our citizenship a desire for better ihiagr Whereas above all things the people of our stale are blessed With a clvilhation founded upon abiding faith in an almighty and airtnercihil God HNow I G Richards governor of the state of South Carolina authority in me vested by law and in observance of the time honored custom established by our forefathers and following the example of the president of the United Stales do hereby appoint and designate Thursday November 27 1930 a day of Thanksgiving and prayer and I do most earnestly urge and recommend that on mat day the pcuplc of the slate of South Carolina gather in the houses of worship or such other as may be feasible and return thanks to the Ruler of the uidvcrsc for the rich blessings be stowed upon them during this year and ask for His divine guidance and protection during the coming fVo cape From Count Other No John Manning white a convict of chain gangNo 2 escaped from the Aikcn county hospital on night This man had been sick and was sent to file hospital suffering with diphtheria AltwTtwoTweeks treatment and practically well he left the hospital at midnijht He was from Jacksonville and convicted of forgery on Jan 27th and sentenced to twelve months He ia 30 old about g 6 inches high and about 150 pounds He WM an exsoldmr and suffered shell shock Haa light sandy coloredhair blue eyea and pleasing personality HM tattoo marks on and of breast Rubin surance company Aiken Win of Bndlvr S C PUiniiff inntoad of 9 p Morttirom cry at n instead of a Atlanta at p instead 1 Greenville at Charlotte at p arririne A m on lh Au Spccial Twill be givcn full priv Of I Hopes of the Limited oquip imonl north of Washington in spite i of tho extra fare chnrcc that the on B atcr ifflSTORICAL SKETCH OF TABERNAOI BAPTIST CHURCH Read at the Centennial Exercises Held at the Famous Old Church Last Week eait colored eecapod from chainpsnir No 2 on Sanday afternoon which is camped near Hontmorenci Dent was convicted on January 25th 1927 of murder Se 28 years old itinicer cake color and weighs about 166 pounds He was a trusty at tho camp and slipped off wearing a striped shirt and overalls Donation Day a Great Success Donation Day at the A ike n County Hospital ji cUHlom instituted and ob servVd 7iy Uic Womans Auxiliary was held Saturday Nov 22nd All during tho day numerous gifts arrived not only from friends in tho AT On Friday lonthfy was held of the Bwt Boom A 1 crowdthranraal was and many important matters ww discBsaed tmnctod The treasurers report of about aim The foQowiac made dollan used for bwkata by Voodson Social Thirty contributed to Loan Fond Fire dollars to chase health bond There was ducossion of ilM street decormtioiw and Christinas anda committee ap pointed to find out from ma chante if they wished to this year in this work Miss Claudia Fhelpi on OBI of the projects ofthe reforcBtntion committee of the State Forestry De Ehelps tion with tho Forestry Department will donate two thousand trees to each county in tho state if it will irovido two acres or more of land on which to plant them Tho acreage 1 be near Uie county seat nnd on KortiLwell traveled highway and the trees must be properly cared for af ter they planted She outlined the excellent possibilities of this plan if taken hold of roporly In tho firKl place the mere planting and Krowing of the trees will serve to show what call bedone in reforcst son Nrw Holland Granitevillc Millbrnok Werch Inland Sweet Water VVarrwtlic LangkyBnth Church wns Amorica trying to rnlly thirm to tho Specinl donations from the follow position followed by good food f hd i organised 100 years ngo todny No fresh nir These points nre strongjvembcr 13 1830 The guns of our ly stressed by the Superintendent Second War with Great Brititin lind June H Fnuwr R and tho phVtcinninchnnre Dr L D Bonne support of Judiion city but also from individuals and Uiv Ihrounhout the inK wiik a very smull outlay county Eureka Monetta Kitchji the second place the twrltwy Mill McLaurin Salley Jackplanted misht be made into a very lovely county park with trees wind inc roads flnwcrinp shrubs and picnic and recreation rrounds Mrs H H Wilda called attention to the untidy and congested condi tion of thai part 1f the public stroets ing group Womnns Miwionnry So Willinm Hrookur served from TSaT ciety St church to 1H5S The Supreme Court of the United Crescent carries States Monday reversed tho lp luippcd tram nf the Supreme Court of South Carlhl South rolina in the drawnout and foiow Coachx P Ncw hotly litigated case of Bcidler vn Uiain switch South Carolina Tax Commission i Wnshineton pawonKW will bo This case vaa decided by the accommodations in the Au Court of South Carolina four iKustaWnphinKton Bffo in favor of the State was grsued in on appear pawenffen to remain in the years airo and was rcanrued untl1 7 am upon order of the Court during Oc1 The chanire n schedule of No 3 lober Monday in an opinion chanps m two of local iivered by Chief Justice Hughes the trmiiw from Columbia to Charlotte Supreme Court held that South Ca rolina cannot collect an inheritance tax from the estate of Francis Beidler a resident of Illinois upon a large indebtedness due to Mr South Carolina Corpo and from Columbia to Augusta Train No 14 from Charlotte to Co lumbia which now leaves Columbia at p will leave at p arriving Charlotte at p in time to connect with northbound The tendency of the prewnt finitely townrri returninc mpn their previous vocation This is not uncle WAS nhvays feasible or desirable hut in of the the men returned to their nnd former field or one closely allied It is not uncommon thai an enforc ed rest may develop n wider and a creator field of irtion or re covery Occupational therapy interest of a substantial I patient Show card and pivrn paintinRhas been carried on hy seve ral men quite successfully In thi connection it mtvy be to add that sijnis executed with skill produced by tho boys frequent ly jrrects the eyes nf many in Ai ken Clock repairing is now lieinir done too Flower irardcn markers are bcinfC made this year as for merly 18 years labored a Iinij number of yenrR af ter he to he pastor of tliJM fhureh lie was the mother of Taher minTslrri of tlie Kduefield silent fifteen years and njirning of th Mexican the Wnr He lived nnd America Snnbcani Band Circle HoboPutter Avenue and Curro Street She were but fifteen jrnn in the future L Ihilnthra ftirthpr in ponnpftion jWtth Royal Bchcol tliat the Jnt of f thUaptist ohnrch W M ft open for planting and hcnutify itronR church while llocky Rocky drove wrr of eighteen years ench Tabir tiiirlo Therefore of the present rhiinhei of the Kdi t lib iti veif ATI wonr nn nf the KUrefield when the hulds Ciiiireh wns It in iiy yf the titiir to know that he is nL lion and exerted a kTcat influence Spriiur enrly formative One who Knew him well speaks nf him a minister of srfent n Invely character fine in the and Iif inii by of SlilllironV W M M S of Swertwater iblir wn nt iuijiitn all day idsrinir donations p iparinj fur al the intersection of Ilayno jAvrnim and Htroot was not in pizc and whnpo aml that this bo changed if After dincuxsior a wa appointed to look in train No 40 for Washinjrton nnd points north Southbound trainNo Beidler by ration The holding of the high Court is that the debt is taxable in Illinois 12a leave Charlotte at G p m aiono under ordinary circumstances j and that there were no facts existj inx in the Beidler case to alter the general rule The tax involved amounted to ap of arriving at bia at instead of 9 Train Xo 7 for Atyjusta will leave Columbiaat p and arrive in Ausrusla at p m Train No proximatoly The Beidler will leave Augusta at a estate had paid the tax to the Brrivo at Columbia a m Treasurer under protest and the The Aiken section of this train will consolidate at Trpirton as hcre tofore Aiken at p m Train No will leave Ciilum bia at p instead of a arriving in Rock Hill in time vith Xo 12 al p amount paid must now be returned to the Beidler estate The Bcidler estate was represent ed by Henderson Salley of Ai ken while the Tax Commission was represented hy Attorney General tr wit o Daniel and hy Hon 1 Lyon arriving in Charlotte at p m General Counsel for the Tax Com mission The wns argued in Wash ington hy Mr P F Henderson for tho Beidler estate nnd by H Fraser Lyon for the Tax Tne Charter members all from Dran Swamp weie the folbnvinj 1roLhrn Carper Staiey In A Sloan John Kvaim M H Rush inn 1rolhro EMWNlh Kitch Evans Mary Cofer Eawr rrothro Sara Prothro Mary Sara Rushtori thirteen males and wven females At the tvnn Irofhri erved a ilerk in and Miccoejed by Eliai TlalSman in Hallnan in I until when hewasucceeded by tin ti and was by T Siiirler After five yeari j wan in turn by j Hrodie who jervnl until i Many intreitinc and nal hintrs are found in the records of enrly days For Xouroes were received into the j church nnd dismissed v letter or aflcrnoiin i S f the Auxiliary i ween 1 hi ini tive while almthe led itilrnteil It is interesting to note orBBnizntjon the following were re that four residents of the Cottages ceived by letter Jacob Ilidcrick Halden last year arc now painfully cm ployed Mr Ernest Frey who is Cnrson Howcll Prescot Bush John with us this year has had a very constituted the official Pre tcnsive training and cxporience with and Kvan was Clerk automobiles Mr Frey had a very charter memhers ex pfeasant connection last summer thrir approval and driving His trips covered lf thc principles able distance and ever into a forof ns in rtc minutes eiprn country Mr Frey will bo Association and able in the same capacity next sprinc by it al hp Church November were duly orcanir ed into Tabernacle Baptist church covenant adopted was very amonc ea an Mi d room Albert S for anyone desiring a cnpable trust worthy and dependable driver The Cottages have Garden taking shape Many Tourists At WilJcoxs T a Donation Help in out linine thi has been rendered by Mr Woolsey Mr John Vvnllon Mrs Rogers nnd Mr Kdwnrds by advice arid hrubs etc It i that other may in this eneiprise which bills fair do much to enhance lie Tile anii of teninir yhade of trees the siiri with inli re our bivd ani The excommunicated Keimlar monthly conference of the church uere held on Saturday before the preaching Sunday Church diycipline was faithfully observed nnd such as dninkenniss attend ance at church severely dealt with Klias llailtnan chanres church with unorthodox discipline refuses to commune and falls for letter let ter denied bemiie hewould not Staley and i Kliaii Hnllman charre Kvan Prothro with to up Ian they houcht from Sister Mary chanre of he mectintr rand tn receive for thi a ir by itnd Mn E S Croft arrived ittrinc but the leciirnlioii were ox and the refreshments so ciints it was rctrroUod that nvre tlie Aiken people did not enjoy of thr Many ent appear tbemflv The auxiliary thi matter tml work with itreet committee and pnrk commis townn makinc this plot of rrund attractive Mrs Hill the hope that the Civic miftht sponsor a eonUst to encouraee our citizens to Lroxv more flowers A committee was appointed for thh The following are the committees this meclinit Ilnce f A S Will Mrs Finley Henderson Herbert Gyles Mr John SUnsfield cooperate with Park f being entertained Commission Mrs K II Wilds Mrs donations who feels more than at the warm and which met for and taking into consideration and Curve the oppression penerally Miss Marinn Pcllev felt the celebration a huircsue Flowers rank Henderson Miss Mary Staubes Sjieeial Christmas A W Onklcy Mrs Finley Henderson BemitifyinfT Plot nnd Hayne K IJ Wilds r e air o Already unt t 1 fur the cash with stil niinev vet donations growing more arouse interest in Mrs Claus Busch hope Mrs 15 C McLean in MAKES HOLE IN ONE W P Terwilligir was elevated to the exclusive on Saturday on She Highland Park If links vviien be performed this play This beautiful shot aie the bole the from tec to rii In inr LOWEST BIDDER SELLS COUNTY holiday season will tint U tilled and overflowirii j every room in the j tvpntytnld room have juipuTar sill the overflow rotristered yrjer it hole acre Mr Tran THANKSGIVING IN   

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