Aiken Journal And Review, December 31, 1930

Aiken Journal And Review

December 31, 1930

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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - December 31, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina VOL *0—NO, S3 r*., v -sr- AKEN, S. C, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1930 aiy" HOO • Yew—Sc a Caff 'VS m SWUM COURT KE- VERSES JUDGE GRIMBALL City Ha* Fiji Jurisdiction Over Park* and Can Alter Them When Necessity Ame*. Chamber of Commerce To Stage Banquet lueiaee. Maw anti    -rf tit# CHf to Hoot dr. John Me Swat* TWertday Night. cmirc Barnmen wroS^MI DISCUSS COUNTY AFFAIRS SE' I Boas I Cestas yk ktvrCijjc Tho Supremo Court 091 teat Tues-1 uw*J for a perk was not needed for day rendered an opinion in tilt ca** public travel. It being tile duty of of W X. Plunkett, et ai., ar. City of the city council to keep the street Aiken, et a1., in the natter of the open and in good repair for the nae right* of the city to alter parka of the public travel, it foMow* that, when net cedary, Judge Grimbail when the need aria**, it must devote ruled that the city had no right to aa much of the street a* necessary alter or change a park, and the Su- to roadway* or driveways, prem# court    has reversed Judge    B is urged, however, that the GtembelL    portion    of the charter which provid- The following is th* opinion In e* that, “They (tfefc mayor and ai *:    dermen)    sha.ll    have power, with the I This J* an action instituted In the eolieent of the adjacent land owners, j Court of Common Mea* for Aiken to do*** or chaffffk all such roads. J i "linty by ML C. Plunkett, Aiken ^streets or ways . . . aa t|iey may Civic League, and The Park Commit-T3eem conducive to the public consign for the City of Aiken, aga mat venienee . . > is controlling. Th* the City of Aiken, - the Mgyor and charter moat be Head as a whole. It Aldermen, and others, for the pur- » the duty of the city council to pose of enjoining th* defendants keep the streets open iud in good from cutting and removing certain repair, but they may, with the coh-tfees and shrubbery from the center sent of the adjacent land owner*, of Richland Avenue, in the City of dose or change any street, road or Aiken, and Widening the traveled way within the city, as they may I THI* little American’* New Year's day greeting will go ringing around portion of the avenue on the south deem conducive to the public con-! H    .    So    "d'    may    UBd,r#t*nd    her    cheery    good    withes,    me ta voicing »»de. The fact* giving rise - to the violence, and when a street, road rrajLaJSSjfrf    >WlMI»    Chtn*“.    Q«*,|c.    and \ The Board of Directors el the Chamber of Commerce have decided in lieu of a mid-wmter beatee** meeting of th* organisation to stage a Chamber Of Commerce or community banquet on the evening of January Sib. Arrangement* have been perfected, and a most inter- Abe euunD that Birt ib« county feting program has been planned, delegation at the court house y«*. The banquet will take place in the; l*rdAy wa* ta nmke aveny reduction large dining hall of the Commercial m expenditure possible to (ethics Hotel on the second floor on the tJU but not to take a »u\i ^evening of Thursday, January 8th. backward by injuring the efficiency at eight o’clock.    ^ institution* of the county Strictest Economy Urged by Spemlotn in Expw diture of Cognty Money, and Tax Reduction Urged.    ;    \ The sentiment of the pronto of Ticket* .wilt be offered to the A tr0t><* ni»mber of represent*- A ■UM/i naia rjs?5 lA V JI questions presented are set out in the or way la so closed or changed, the agreed statement of fact* appealing city council may "aeU Ae freehold    '    I m the transcript of record, and ane'. . . cither at private or public Dll CV further referred to in the decree of rate, as they deem beet"    I    Aln    vuLlJ hi* Honor, Circuit Judge, William H. Grimbail, which decree and statement win be reported. - T ' From the decree on circdit, refusing to vacate the order of temporary injunction, the defendants have appealed to this Court. We do not regard it a* necessary to set out the membership and to all business men t*Ve    wert*    prewnt    and    dia- and women of Aiken who an* not eus**on at time was general on the members at 50- each, the Chamber m*n> subjects presented. C*w»m#rce dyfrjviny iU N,r t:- la lottlft introduced tW iof the expense out of its regular    resolution:    "Resolved, ^ funds. Members hr# requested to    our    ^Mitten    is    hereby re- purchase ticket* for their wives at 1u<*sted to use their best efforts for the same price,    fhe reduction of taxes, and to make The** tickets will be available • substantial reduction in public #x~ J either of the following placet *.    penditure, and slow up bond sal#**." < lamber of Commerce Office”n<l* "Resolved, That the delega-I Hall* Pharmacy Company: Holley’* 'ion ftn<J w"rl( f,,r th<" **ten-; Serve U, *    |**on time in whish to pay 1880 j Thew* will be only on# speaker for Vase*.    *, the banquet, but a most interesting    "^uturns    were    taken up separately LAWYERS IN LEAD NEW DISTRICTS W LEGISLATURE Mr. Williams also said tib he «*pec-ted to mhroduee a btl} hi the legislature to cut the salaries of all member* 60 per cent, Th* discussion then turned to expenses of the* schools. Supt at Education K. D. Smith made quit# a I«*»xg-tfay speech defending tike school system in Aiken county, and chal-waged anyone to point out a single instance Where money was * being wasted. Ex-Lwm*.    V B, Jackson,- of Wagener, referred to the low ailing Price of farm produce, and pleaded for a red dr iron of th* tax burden in both farming and manu fairing industries,    He believed that • ach department of the Hoimty should be asked to reduce expenses everywhere possible, but added that “we must trust the Judgment of the delegation to reduce the expenditures, and asked them to remember the condition of the people who ara program aside from speeches h«>    A,,t^ discussed by E. P    ______ been arranged. Dr. John McSwpon,    ^<pn<l«e»on.    Jr., of Bath, anffTrank    Wing the billa when    they are    mak- Pr<4idcot at the Presbyterian Cot-1*''    ^    Aiken. They both png their appropriations,” loge of South'Carolina, Clinton, will av'0ml    ftr,t ’’♦solution, and it} Mrs. R. H. Wilds* representing , be the speaker of the evening.    wa*    earned    by a rising vote of 32 to    the president    of* the    Student    Club J Every member of the Chamber    1 *’    There    muht have born I (J ii pre- {    “k<*d for the    continued support of tof Commerce, and business men and M ‘‘u* majority did not care; lhe County Health Unit: Dental In making the alteration in the condition cf the street, no en- crotch meirt whatever upon the lands I    __ of the plaintiff, Plunkett, or any CHANGE IN CONGRESSIONAL s,xTY-ONE IN MEMBERSHIP OF^ women who are not affiliated w ith to ' ***« all on the    of    taxs    h.    | Clinic, and an appropriation of $1,. other adjacent land owner, is eon- SET-UP TO BE SUGGESTED BY NEXT GENERAL ASSEMBLY, the organisation, are urged to . et ' H”'- wa* 8,>m* opposition t ,)(>0 for the Social Worker of the tempi*ted.    j BAMBERG SENATOR    '    FARMERS COME NEXT It is not proposed to close the     I    - [sale will remain open until their ticked at once. The ticket tht *®cond **«hitJo8, on the ground County Hospital Relief Society. til noon of ^,a extension of time in which to j Dr. P. J. McLean spoke aif < c<*n- street entirely. The main quartern : Sana tor W, L Riley of Bamberg,)    *n    D°'nt    °f    «umbem|    lawyers    wif    Wednesday,    January    7th,    it    being    taxe>    o»ly    made    the    county    I    rtructive    oconomy,    ami    said    that    it excejitiona in full. What we shall preaented, then, this:    Doe* the baa be<*n giving re#«\t!y a good, ^ 'n ^ea(^ ^ membership of necessary to close The ticket sale «t    ^'•rrww    mmicy on which Would he a disaster to cut the Heslth nay, in our amnion, disposes of the chung# in the ase of a portion of the ‘ of thought to th* master of r»-ar-    R('nrra^ assembly of South Ca that time #0 that suitable arrongf - ,0 ,    It    wa* aa cloy Lo},rnit, which was doing *ueh (juestions raised by the appellant: street from a park to a driveway rangementa of the congressional dis-, r,,linl 1H31, there being '’.I of mentis may bv made to cure fui ,uy Uxt‘s !D’ I’w. .‘J I st, as any other "fork fat the people of the county, and the additional ground urged by constitute such change* aa oorttera- lr iota of the state, witich will be , t-h*t profession in the body—40 in those attending.    I    time.    Ibis    motion    was pared by a Mrs. J, B. Salley advocated a tax the respondent*    bo sustain the de-    plated by the charter, where it wm*    necessary because the    state    lost    one crw-    necessary to secure the consent of    congressman following {he    I‘KIO The main and    decisive holdings    <rf    the adjacent property owners We    census. jJwr'Cwrait Ju<ige - were declared    in    think note To sustain the hold of    J Senator Riley will    offer    in    the this language:    %    the Circuit,Judge would be to para- neat general assembly the following "Now, however, having crystallix-: lyxe the hands of the city council. ! arrangement*: od th« outline of the two highways, They could nmke no alteration what-) and the park, City Council under- ever in any street without the con the bouse and 21 in the senate. I The Committee in charge of the ns V(>te-    survey for the county, which would There are all told, 124 member* of Banquet, and assisting the Seer#*-'    |)f’    Whitlock,    of    Kitching*    ^«how thousands of acres of land not the howe and 46 of Uh# senate, tary at the /'handier of Commerce— J"ivDC*twl th<* Abolishing of on tex books, and thousands of making a total at 170. Next to lawyers, farmer* come, *0 far a* numbers are concerned, there takes to make the change a* herein- sent of every adjacent land owner which added to the present before set forth, over the objection thereon. The present statu* af every gives a population of 264.751 is composed of the following: Albert ehaingang, and a suspension of People in the county who were lia-8. Willcox, Chairman;    Lex Da via,    ro*<1 ^*8<W»g,at this time. He said    MS for    taxes, but.escaped them. Edmore S. Henderson,    Dr. Harold    ^ county had enough road* com-    Mr*.    Vance Livingston protested -I District No,    J—Add    Georgetown,    47    ,n the    memberahip—34    in    • Quattlebaum and Mrs.    Walter E.    pUt<‘d »n(< Further building could    ' agilhsl    the cutfing of teachers ^]. -I21.72B and Williamsburg, 34,914.1'®* house and 13 in the senate. Duncan.    1    rt^TT,*    <ft    the    fntoir. _1 ’    ’    *1      1__I______.       .1    1    .    — area District No. 2 Add Orangs burg Retail merchants come next in number—there being nine of that persuasion in the house and th re of an adjacent land owner. This, in [street d-ould haw to be perpetually my opinion, the city charter forbid* preserved, unless the consent of every §3,864 and Calhoun, 16,707, which ’n senate, them t» do.    adjacent land owner could be* ob- guided to the present area gives a Practically all busine.-* * and pro- - “Defendants insist that a* the    tamed. One.such    land owner could    population of 268,41 1.    feasted* in §outh    Cirolina are    r* origira-1 dedication of the street    veto any propoaed    improvement, or    District No. 8—Add Lexington.    Prf|K>r,ted in    the    general    assemble known as* Richland Avenue was of    alteration. If the    consent of an ad-i 36,491; added to the present    aren.    mernl>e>rsHip    for 1H31, a width of ca e hundred and fifty    jacent land owner    is a necessary    gives a population of 260,067. {pet, the proposed change is not such prerequisite to Che felling of a tree ' District No. 4—Present popula-a change as requires the consent of or the romoval of a shrub, such con- tten 306,346, no change, adjacent land owners under the sent would be equally necessary to I District No. 5—Add Richland, 87,-charter, I cannot agree with this the planting of a tree or shrub. 667, which added to the present position- The lines of this avenue Likewise, that consent would be area gives a population of 322,966 bb OM LaM \wek Judge \Y In the house, there are two teach- following n.aniage lie ors, two textile employ**, urn- sur.i p..-^ Rr-frt, Tt, To C g«'on. «*nc student, one profession af ter lh. both of Columbia, singer, one realt>'-fire insuranc agent, one real estate dealer, one planter, one miller, one wholes ti- *»’**, amt ht»pA} that a way to re- Get your tickets now. Do n ti advocated selling all mules,    taxes    wtmld be found without wait. This will help the Committee aml m*intafning a gang of ten men bothering the teachers. n in planning for this splendid event. tn rnrh ,,i<5triri with an appropria- Mr, C. J. nill said he believed tion of $15,000 to    the distrk't,    and    <bat the    whole    matter could be left -  j    about    $5,000    for    bridges.    Thi-    in the    hands    of our delegati-.n would    require    an    oxpepdtture    of    «lych was composed of good farm- about    $50,000,    and    would mean a    mrs and    a good    lawyer, and thee .would do the beat possible fur the MARRIAGE LICENSES u«*ti th* Tov > G. Cart in of highways and park have been necessary before the city council District No. 6—Take away WH- mi’rrV:int- rtne lumber dealer, un* fixed, defined, determined, settled could pave a street or .sidewalk, con- Ii am-burg and Georgetown, with and ervstaUixed by the City    CounciL    .struct a drain or curbing, install a    cnoibinajj population of 56,642, ami It would be a change just    as great    sewerage or water main, gas pipes    ad^ Swatter and    Lee, with ii conite subtract from the park    for1 the    or electric poles and wires, or to    J trined population    of 69,888, wrhich gain of the highways, aa    it would    permit telegraph, telephone, electric    will give No. 6 a    population of 2:*•’*.- be to subtract from the highways light or- trolley companies to coo- 416, for the gain of the park. Neither struct its poles, wires or tracks in the Senator Riley feed that Dom « live-t -ck dealer, four law student* one investment dealer, one life in vurat* * ac en!, three general I surance agents, one fire insurane. agent, on** civil engineer, three dentists, one chiropractor, one bottler. one b-t-kkeeper, one barber, one chang# can be made, under the terms streets. Indeed, it would be imp *s- geographical standpoint, this wjjj j banker, one auto dealer, one out af the charter, without the consent sible to make any change from the give the -tate an equitable distribu- (‘oor a<lvertiaiTig man, * ne physician, boro, Ga. Albert J, Marten 2 20, both of Augusta. Henry B. Brasset] 60, Mite Iud, Ga., to Hate Lowne* 59, Augusta. Ga. Jesse T. Gibbs 24, to Ka:,- Whit ttJk-nr 27, both of Grovel-wo, <!a. Wilb* r Carden 21, Bateebur-jr, ?. Virginia Fox 18, Aiken. Clyde Shever to d im I’ unds. 22, buth of Augu-ta. J, Elmore Berry 27, .Swainsboro, <la., to (tstine til fftn saving of a like amount. He als '.-iii it would he wise to reduce sal aries of bus drivers, teachers, etc during this period of .depression, Senator Wiliams -aid shat th d people. Magistrate ll. B. Garviru of AA age her, spoke of the reduction* in salaries of Magistrates, and stat- reituetion of money for road build- <*<i that h** once served as magistrate ing was already in effect. That for $4.00 per month, and not to cut many years ago the -urn of $290.- the salary to %it amount His return was ent, that this sum had n arks wore made in a 'humorous bern reduce*! until now the appro- vein. priatten wa- only $100,000. That Representative S. B. Williams the appropriation for roads had presided over the meeting, after D been reduced ‘rom $129,000 la ! had lo en called to order by Senator year $100,000 tills year, Williams I'-', of the adjacent Iamiownent,v present exact status of a street tion or representation in the nation- house. WHAT OF THE NEW YEAR? Next Sunday morning at the Bap- j AV tth these holdings, for obvious without first obtaining the consent rea-ona, we regret we cannot agree, of every adjacent land owner, and By reference to the city charter,, having obtained such consent and granted by the General Assembly, ma*ie the desired change, a new at*-the pertinent portion of which is tux would be reached, which could aet out in the ( irouit decree, as well not, in turn, be changed without the tist church, Dr. McLean will weak as to section 4550 of Vol. 3 of the c*,na*m of all the adjacent land'    '    P < "dej it will be observed that “The ownero. We do not think the City Mayor ami Aldermen shall have full of Aiken intended to obtain, or the and exclusive control over all streets, Legislature bended to grant, such roads and way* in the said city, and a charter. The charter did not conit shall be their duty to keep them j template a change from one public open and in good repair.’ The nee of a portn n of the street to street in question was dedicated as anwfch* -. The change contemplated AA'rn. M. Robbins 14. Va., to I sa bd Bonn# 27, Albe Jam* - ti, to X 35, both of Aul' '.a. Rte A up rn Biti k. a street, and not a park. The pri- by the chanter, where mary purpose of the street was fed of the on the que-tion "What of the Nom Year " Sunday school at 9:45 a. rn. J. T. Shuler, Supt, Senior B. V. P. U. at 6:30 p. rn. Popular evening service at 7:30,^ the young People’s j chorus will sing. Message, “Beginning the New Tear with God.” AVed-neaday night at 7\3tMhe last Mid- the consent i week service bf iy.30. There is a one at adjacent fend owners must    be    • .cordial welcome for every provide a roadway fur    public travel, obtained,    wan one in the    street    it-    every service. a.fd, when reeded for    that purpose, ;M|f, such    as changing it*    width    or    ;    ___ the city council has    no power, in j location.    After making    such    a    * the absence of legislative authority, change, ox doting the street alto- to devote it to any purpose which gether, tee fctefcoJd of tho street.)    There were 28,499 bal,* .ti cotton COTTON GINNING REPORT ne druggist. In the senate there are two newspaper publishers,' a like number being in the house; one phynician, <xne mortician, one lu rn bern an, on** drug gist, one cotton manufacturer. Th**?-'-data are secured from a booklet prepared by J. Wilson Gibber, clerk of th*- hon-**. There is but one woman in the general assembly, --he Im mg Mr-. Mary G. Ellis, of Jasper coumty.    kinsun, 19, both    of    J a kl    *n. member of the senate. The te> ;.-** rhrsley B. Cu-hing 23. Granite is composed exclusively of men.    vi’b- to Nell ic    Senn    23.    Warren - «    Ville, SALVATION ARMY    fry Keel an 26, • I RETURNS THANKS (; lt\ .    ,h    fWin<! -ti. A. Watts 22, Newton. Va., I* The people were very liberal in stella Ia*e    Cornette    18,    \ugu -ta. giving this year, We werg able t *    s    nterfeit    21,    Bnte-H slimly 89 famil ie* with t’hri 'ma    R, Anderson 18,    A    ken Anderson Tyler in Serious Condition AIKEN RECEIVING FINE PUBLICITY Geo. M. I,' in'' ■ ■> urn 21, to Kennedy, 22. both of AV air* ti. J. D a hi 5>. In E* ii ** tor 2 ti both Cif Yuialia, t <a. Benj, T. Hite 21,    M'>n''Tt< to Annie L. Dufiie 18 S linda. Lo** Blae leman 26, to Lillie ti ! Lit! tiny friends "f Mr. Aih1*i* m Wagener, will regret f h: * vi -y serious in ness at ria., Wh* re he went to spend idays with relatives. Sevo-- ag" he wa- stricken with it rn! an i»r< rat: performed. On Monday his t on wa- very ifr&ve, but y< it was reported that ho ’• & Letter, and ii’.- friend# new for his rev- ve:y. n wu j. tgfday Aik* n ha recently ii*r**iVed veryi f rn publicity, In the Arperican Ar-Mae .'■■ d i’ Town & Country, November 1 tin issue, several psi HF Were d«v I* J to the beautify’/Wirier homy of Mr. Kenneth H /ohlcy in Aik- n. A number of dews of tb< gi -mids and the reside* e were carried in connection w ' Us < - ch article, ti op ie* of each •ubiieatmn were sent to the Cham-I r o4 Comcnefee, and are on di*'-tda\ in the office oi the Secretary. IN HONOR OF MISS PROTHRO mig ti AIK. FIN HOMES I FATUR ED IN SPUR would interfere wi4h this public uae. or pwitten tVr.of no longer need- ginned in Aiken County (counting I Spencer v.    Mahon, 75 S.C.    232, 55    od for a atli et; m.rbt be sqld by the    ri>Und aa.    half    hale-) from    the crop    U* ^    n°W    We Want    t( •S. E. 321;    Heaaloop    \    City    ( ouncil,    city rounoil. TW charterj provtehm    of 1930    prior    to Der * 13    1930 a    ^e appreciate your    -n    * ri of Charleston, 123,    S.    C. 272, 115    clearly show* thaW coh:-inplated I compared    with    18,762 batea ginned S. E. 696.    change wa# such art*, uid close the thereof, pttrp* es Since the street in question, a*    street, or a port** well as other street* of the City of    longer needed for str* Aiken, was originally laid off one    condition which would    hot hundred and fifty feet in width, it is    in cum- of a change fro    n    9Ti but reasonable to suppose that the    lie use to another. to Dec. 13, 1929. ba-kett and 306 children with toys, j These worthy people have thank* d thank you. AAN* appreciate your sincere co-oj > ration, ti*pt. and Lieut, ti,*,miihun. not a blain I b- JUDGE AND MRS. RICE ATTEND FUNERAL OF NEPHEW • The member* of the Woman’ missi nary society of the Baptis town then did not need this entire space for public travel. For th* convenience and use of the adjacent land nettlers, as well as to provide ample ways for travel to the general public, a, roadway or driveway was laid off on either side of the street or avenue in question, as wa-done on other afreets of the town. The rite council ha> to/ conite' of the streets, reads arish, A SJH f tee City off Aiken, subj.-#$ ,o th* limitation that a street m.nv W fe be closed or changed, aa herein indi nt-«*d, w i * bout th*1 consent of thai a i-inlgiit land owner*. The ex lei I » hl*1i - >ch street*, road* and w *vs church held a fine Christina- setvim n tee rhunch for a special group rn * * tidrar, frcm til* v-immuiiit v ut VV Billy fbi nil-, son of Mr. and 'lr>. Jam* - I! rnie. of Ii hnvon J, ta. HIGHLAND PARK HOTEL ORF 'N    ,    f *    16th,    cm!    int*    merit w as n.-eje in (< I-’il!*-. on Friday. Mrs, Birdie ti ’hi *-r of Mr*. H i, re K Ute", \ e In honor of Miss Rosa Pro thro, Mn-. Judson Brodie entertained atnnit thirty of the younger set at a delightful old faahionod party at hum* o! U ...Lim /cig which the guests were asked to come rk mu! i*n diionair*' ami in old fashioned coitumes. During tho evening, a number of games were played and dam g wa-- enjoyed I bcomiions in red and green were carried out in all detail*. Delightful ref rash niewts wer*# served. Th# w int 'br, New A fob* eg! baa ti st. at Aik rn, is fe.itur cd m « f L* }' g* ret!' n of Spur, Kfie*> O' J spi-iting magazine, for th# UTIi.'it I*sue. ri r and • xt*-r wn i r • to n«swi*y a*'tcrnoon, and distrib; 7 tilled stockings, an i nth aid brought joy an*! Kapp inc arv hearts. I The Hath md Park IL/* I i for the w in cr season Frnia' ,a new mara. • merit, Ralph ti i of the Mal*1 tone Inn, East ,vii./ glaceed# La - * ti X* en ti lr * ti ton, L I., 1 Sweeney, o‘ The ann:, dance will I the h* ti! U IHI# Fro. Ham] I f ti. •In.ii id M R - attended the funeral In ti eeitv ir under i KTH I art 'n* nw ->f filch is Col Int##-#* p >n h OHI la-. La, Year’ tni X Y. CIVIC LEAGUE MEETING are (HK*t ed for trave], or -used for Aa th# entire space at the street was park*, *#**« wholly in th# <h*«r< • not needed for travel, the trees, than -f \he city conned Th# #x.#r khrtibbery and gras* ar# more apo#al- C)M- of iHat dis* r#*!<*n, -*» kmy it ing to the aesthetic sense than weed*. ,« not unCiaiiontib]# or caprirtoos. U lh# CITY ISOCTPtt'nBr-jHFTi-*-ma?tee oT pdicv tiith    ljW1T.....■*    TY.    art-"    w—    tnt Titled to he established, park* in Courts are ne* jroncer**^. Ther# •» nuanv g rn- th og aru ;hv nr# The prbii -*r» dam1# to riu I who ct airth Af! 'im dtrmer, md at -th# 1 <'unty jai hanks to everyone to ’heir line Chria* -UK tally to Mr» M 1 Mr O, A Fvyccrt, at ; brought to ti t« office just a ^kin af a werzil kill ai by i while hinting r*ai hi- bam day.-" T*-t--h—«* wa# —*    i (with a .lark tip in ti6 ta mid Th* the t il day rn Room. rn r lay d >g Fri adar regular monthly ie Lf#Vue wsll he h* -lair/ at 10:3(1 s* I he ac mil ck- * un ii tai,* pin ct -grief a la • ti de* rtd and bed roo .ut uc ileo Spur * h'Xw of I tis. Mr. T. P. Ssfford, manay• r of 'br As.'Mwiation cf Did* pendent Mer chant* af South Carolina, apok# I :aight In » Ialg" anti reprc»entativ< t *u*l$#bc# *‘ /The Masonic Hall. H lUXlle a ejod talk and pointe ! c 1 • (he no#* y >-f the p#'»pte stjtipo”* ing tech* bom# owned merchants. ti .Mi R Al i al and Lib* se. a a LEV J LE.-* AI PREEB ti I LK1A.N. CHURCH i, t ote # f the r Ma ta ' e 0 ie -igii#d by ft til • i tti x jury of n it 1 ll 29 as ti-, bort *• lilt in De Spilt a art. the vernier at the    hetwehn    te-    wan not fuiriMit #v»,ie-*# u show of th# -rte t vie a t char hp right -I. t'Wro read way** at driveway*-    This any #x#nct*# at arbilnrv power *t 1 ** webers of lh# city. LH#> enjoy- i u ** * ’wa*; un# at Ute street wa* entirely per. ,C—,    ------------------—    . ad turkey, 4r»<wiac, salad, frug «eit vxpac mkwihie, ae long as the spar# to    Continued    on    page    eight    ‘    and nuts.    > prier bet **«•.'' th# » /»    I* Hi -*m anil ti-    »v- O .♦til it for a i, I M<9» . the P i tar a ii a’- th **£ J pl. ogi apbers ar cr arn after arch ti- ■t wa- FOR TY-THRFF. CHRISTMAS BRIDES ati good th * -a- *a fj rti * e De a ted Phtor and af couple* at ii ;