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Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - January 11, 1924, Aiken, South Carolina f f JH L W Jii TRAIN BEBCB aiUXB CL1TB WaiASlKABLE RECORD of jetiSspfflBK J awifc rrrp en 8 reason given iss thjit id trmyel being light since automobiles 3 so numerous from 43ie North and East it great pireonvfcrrience to the the winter reai it beTtemoved In that aoajl WouJdlaat runeil pter The e ovftr IH Sicfe are held largely attended cue isinjj a iqosfl taken under provision pf jme tantf Jha Aaken r krtrf iUHrdivses At jrtJiwil One of ihe oldest clubs jjrAmariea tho never missed but onp regular tntktWy the neorty of its existence Wften in 1865 Aikea ky the approach ofa detachment tffe men of the Beech Island section came here to help defend the town against the fftdpral iat fftFlintf on the regular meeting jtnlndeoppoaition in tHjt ways and means committee ol the finswe the senate cxcepted will have rettsr ned home to await the reconvening of the general assembly Jan 23 Ber QPLDESY WlffTKR S IS FIVE YEARS IS FELT Sunday morning at early hqp I ing tho pianx IB mollycoddle to4cel a period of tempeghrous activity wlfhhv the 16 days allowed hy the recess they are charged with the task of hearing wiB protest of tram raUroadrproppaed day no waa heto markablerecord and one five days after th two fioosesthe waystand eer in Aifce snap this section has suffered in famous pianists nrms ar those of a five years professional strong mah the muscles Tha cold was general throughout the I are Ukc irpn but aBjftuppjeaa willow county weather beins exJ5ome cntetpriaing Several deaths jresulted from papers of sfeftU fc It is expected thatarecy tend the rf i and In Allprobability partidpste as Georjria pronsicent citi couaty Soulli Gmko the annual njeeting Saturday a meeting of held to ditjcusa the get Iffidste wa irgifen At that time Welter ftjKt appeared before the commisj KIWANIS COMMIlriEES ARE and In accord the recess raj towns 5 t 4 1 daily newspapers jlsifcZfcrct at a great financial of TKiwHTiin flfab held o tho MIARY TO OPEN J3AILY i AFTERNOON we ekr at the Hostet Aiken eermm 5 ttee s for the year were appointed as fol Interclub relations W E Shuler with J H WobdWardy hotel irrepec BL jr Viken Library will be open daijy tog afternoon The bourafor are 10 to 1 oclock after to 6 Mn Leon Holley will charge very much cbiWreris story hour director Gfrievance B chairman Housei B Tole K cfi airman pw i tli Dr director of this and the committee oh grievance PubUc Affairs Dr Hastings Wy man chairman with J D Pro bhro aa director Membership and classification Har ry with has publisfied the ratings of the ous hotehthrbughowt Ithe being a perfect acore of Aiken are rated aai follows Inn 840 Hotel Aiken S60 jan ibout really cold weather weye irjaien hefo piano treadingon Aiken and acmd has bene tKia tifusta oi t Jsjiln rux ilefliTe to p in tte place of TTUKNiflra jMjfcTaDAY IB BBAUTIFULLT CKLHBRATED jLeo the Aikwn Kiwanians W Ml Lntaiarf prctidcnt A1 party was given of the gnsta Board i jV i BjhRwiMll Taylor of for an automobile in a col lagistrate Itaborn lust week the ask OJ bqt the defendant filed a eiainvalteging bodily injury in tho collision JScurcd at Hamburg on Decctn Jferntvcl jjffA Ji E Henderson Busineas atai Dr H J Ea Educafidn chairman vUh as director Laws and Frank P Henderson chairman with Herman Hahn as director Finance D W Gas ton chair man Reception M J Qunttlebaum chair nun with John Ashhursi as dirt tor Mandol Surasky chair man wilii W W Coleman as direc Tillnian Holley members delegation in lhcGenc W L Washburn chair rimn The program hns chnir i jlDelegation in Coluinbiar f John F Williams and Rep Toole B F Keen ID C nl nt tlii opening of the veacsjion PRACTICE IS POINTED OUT BY LIHIKF is ntrain called by Cliiuf jijolicb Jesse George to tho prac of people front of the when in alarm of in In their eurirncss to help pos people cndniiKcr thcir lives Is Tlie fire right A bake containing anumber of was the center decoration When the seated I CharlesPhinizy P E Gibson George A Sancken Win Leater H G man with an iuldiiional commitlocnrin for ovcry momlmrs of hc club All olhur committees Imye chair mei and four additional members Chairman of committees together the aecretury sponsorinLC diroc ors and the prisicietit ill the nncea sary appaintments LACK OF SPACK The Standard regrets that lack of vay when the bell sounds and 1RS f it is to poa vefy spcod in reach ing the mnitei ublic should wale until teh has passed By the of Turner greeted them In a happy man After dinner Mr Henderson nskeci that the host bo escorted to a scat ot lhe opposite end of Hie tnblo where n number of presents hud been banked Mis Finley Henderson and Mrs Wal ter Duncim were Mr Turners CH eorts The opening of therjreKents and the reading of the of hecr caused a deal of merri ment This completed a number of toasts by Mrs Wuher Dun enn Jolin M ririTil of LilaclcvilU Miss on Wal mar A LaGrone of Jnckaon and W Croft of Aiken The bridye will bo ready for traffic in April WHAT IS TIUJE Next Sunday morning a Dr MiLeiin will speak n What is Truo Elc liirion Hunday itliool nt Special mu u the evening service it Greit Question L924 Wil riuri l at the Bap iiam 1ardue hlluh ltu lvtry w i I S nuloi Arthur Kenne dy nf Julian 1usli uf Barn New Added to tt M Bank 11 i o I Tlie 1 Hkhulders rneetinir r red S Nvileox i i i n M i the larmers and Mreehnnls Hank J I beld Tuesday This tlie 17th ynir of the banks ex rctnution cliiiiRter mixy bo averti 1 G KTOIIE Chiirleslon Thirty 111 i t v MAY HAVE HliKN CAIUJHT1 of vas nrtifiiid that tw men were being there or x cluivgc md hrid admitted tint UTS found in their possession were of the rubbery of an iulrufr utore The names of the I trawliy alian Lonis oy Edward remerabLivd thni Satur I he store Hlntt j bout i 1 taken having be n eQii preivlviiMv MJof i11 uk fflffwa The ve alr adcrl ophr in Aiken regret very much o liiiar tli extreme illness of Miss Ktialie of j and irrami of Mr and Mrs Brad 1 well She has bcvn ii for vnil a few ago iey sud den turn far the come iiie due tors hold u not hope for the recovery of the pa nt She is iiftecn vcarr nt hr of j O n life lull of wurth while i Ttini at TuJi will be a n it dai the 1 i a visit hen if ifultural i of l tvnil by a i 1 T WMre ar the i T i T W JOSEF HOFMANN PIANIST Will play at AIKEN OPERA HOUSE January 16 1924 P M i N Music lovers will not fail to Ihe genius of Josef llvs aocvo theatre His appearance this an especially notable oeaoon Hofmann with other famous of Fame exclusivry maes re cords for Brunwick Your hss hit Saiast anc best to hear them ohns of A ilei A A nf Mr Turner rnnik how Walter K y new dinetor Wor uldrd the hank s ollirial lainily jlie preM lit ueie Or imj i liney Mr and M IT i Mr and Mrs W Mi and Mrs Iari i f tie Mr and M n I Mr aiil Cinr1 1 U ill j A Sa 1 Mrs 1 P IiniUni Mr vy M aad r Mr i of Mr li anil A lie of Mr Mrs nein deejiiy y buy iied Tliday I Li i The t bad siel he 1 r and 1 Mi A A Mr uf and Mr i I Health iij i1 aiil y iii tlir viil ijiiudid le S indard ia r ha I in Uy i 11 th de liih u 1 11 ff P H O N O G R A P H S AN t OK r oviii O r H i 1 The ReAall Store 7 Aiken Pharmacy
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