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   Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - February 1, 1924, Aiken, South Carolina                                thinlc S MS j f Vintecottagers again r wnn to farmers i rosullts of mvestjga WttS alive Gar heheard 1 J Cedcr Warfen New v municipal are given E Mt Kiscp 1 iLorunx coltflgc C o un ty bo i ids v NrCRuyn New second ofthe i1 Fio will be sent upon famous t6iior was Nemorlno It firah Prof H W Barre TMvector Agri cultufal Bescwch under whose depart UN work Jias been s that though ifc may be inadvisa io base conclusions enc years ilts in such studies tni urgent de and the apparent sigpificartce of iff some of the data at hand have led tho nke this preliminary Jreport and to give recommendations foot the guidance of farmers in 1924 are given be in the role and she shared equally the Success the Can 10 Max Smith the Veteran critic of the New York Aimcricatf wrotS of hov that Mablc Garrison prima donna Amer ican coloratura impersonate 1 the vivacious and cojiuetish Adma for the Meeting of Govenprsi Doesnt Run TruiB to QldTinie Form 1 We re com mend fprlwiltrf rcVlaiid whore sail s Where one ctosires to plant cottoBy wo recommend ft rccom seed to be delinted delinting machinedused or by the sulphuric recommend the 800 pounds of a 1 balanced of first time here acting the part most bewitohingly and singing her llorid eahtelina with gracile The New York Herald said Thare was charm in her performance lasr night None of the recent Adinas had the graciousness of manner she display good to get the illusion of youth over the DnusufiT irJterest is iieing felt in per cent ot potash should be of nitrate of soda or the kould be appfied immcdately after lopping On the heavier types of or where part of the nitrogen side application the iirfrganic forms of nitrogen such as irate of soda and sulhate of am just as good as the more ipenaive organic forms and may be Miss Garrisons forthcoming concert be an event sucoiul in mportnace on the Pro Arte program only to Josef Hofmanns recital which opened the scries The program for Miss Carlsons concert next Tuesday night follows Shepherd Thy Demeanor Vary Brown b Phillis Has such Charming Graces Anthony Young c Gome unto These Yellow Sands Frank LaForge Times change The old order passea The new iaea supplants the Of the proverbial amenities incident to a meeting of the Governors of the Carolsnas only the tradition now re mains Tuesday in when Gov came to address the South Genera i u J D Lyon Pittsburg j bonds while no municipal fcondS have just following the War Between the Sections and which has teen recalled many many times during thu past half century For both Governor McLeod and Governor Morrison are total abstain ers Frank Poiie head of the North Caro HimHjfHiwayDcpartmcnttindabrtjth r Hines Page i me American Ambassador to tho New r William Pitkin Hartford CU George H Souther Hudson N Voce his speech a luncheon was at the Jefferson Holcl Governor Mr Leod occupied a setli i LI table and Governor Morrison wns seat ed at the other end Present were probably sixteen other gentlemen Andcoffee was the strongest bever age indulged Not even the merest men ton was made of What the Governor ofNorth Carolina said to the Governor of South Carolina on that memorable was Samuel New York Pino haven 4 Seymour H Knox Buffalo N Rye Winthrpp Rutherford Allamuchy N Thu Clarence Dplan Philadelphia Gallatin Wyoming The e dfe trict bonds accompanying Nook Morrison to Columbia and T n r Dr George L Todd Montreal Beach cot age also speaking before the South lina solons Aiken county was represented at this meeting of the Carolina Gover ernors which as has been stated did not run true to oldtime form by Senator John F Williams who was on the legislative committee to receive Pythinn Knights of Aiken met around the benquet board Monday evening the Hotel Aiken with the ladies ami a delightful evojiing was spent Chancel lor Commander Edward S Croft ided us toast master the first on the program being C Lee Gowan respoiuled to Ladies P F IlendorsohiirduTgT ud some Rambling Recollections31 Audloy H Ward who recently csvifte to Aiken as district agent o Mrs Henry Dunnell Providence R Hofacu Lowery Minneapolis Roof Miss Taylor New York Formnta Knights of in South his subject being South Bradl Beach N Governor Morrison LieutenantGov errior of operative extension forcus spoko on and delivered a splendid Pythian talk The hist speaker was Ernest L Allen grand prelate of thu JBoaeB Sn the Morning Cucoo Fair Martin Shaw c Prayer George Siemjnn d Spring Georgo HenscHeT Folk Songs Rosa Flemish b Believe Me if all those Endearing Young Charms arranged by William Arms Irish c The Nightingale arranged Brockway Kentucky d Zcrbrochene Ringlein German e Kom Kjyra Norweigian echo song John Wright a well known farmer residing near Aikcn wastakeninto custody Monday and a charge of violating prohibition law lodged against him after Deputy Sheriff Nol lie Robinson and State Constable Hart had found four gallons of moon whiskey in Mr Wrights seed uypy all of the nitrogon need Gco slcmonn will bo llt tht pianu r1 jfeht soils where it is desired Thc thJrd of the pro Am Iliunbcrg 10 dt 6ut nil or a large part of the wH bc MJ3g Ruth hcr mono before plantmg onethird j Qn Ftib 21 of tni nitrogen should bo supplied from prganic materials such as cot tonsoid fish scrap blood or 4 Time of Tea Room to Open The Highland Park Tea Room will be opened Friday for the place hasJjcen handsomely refitted for ment the planting of all cotton m a occn Jn and Mr3 John B Corlisfe at approximately the date Q pour Qn Qpen ing day for a number of nor friends barn Mr Wright denies any know ledge of the liquor claiming that some one is trying to frame him Ho ap peared before the clerk of court and bond The Aiken Preparatory School on February hogcinn second term with a full complement of bays and a kcun anticipation of the Spring activities Those include besides the necessary intensive schoolroom train ing for thu Boarding School June en A E Wnlbridgo New York Sween ey W F Hadley Hut son house Mrs F VV Bird East Walpole Herman Hahn house F S Von Stacle New York Hol cxaminatians preparatiuns cottage the annual track events and the prej Mrs Joseph T Leiiur Chicago und Washington Ridgley the sentation of the school play The Schools scholistic record has been very brilliant in the past and j hofer past four and years chief ctork in the oflico of Secretary of State was Wednesday elected to be Secretary of State to fill the unexpirod term of W Banks Dove who died last week at his home in Columbia Mr Blackwell defented Miss Gertrude Walker who George H Chipehasu Boston Sehul more than 20 years haa been em ployed as stenographer in the office MALARIA EXPERT HERE TO STUDY CONDITIONS Miss Bertha Stevenson Boston Staubea collage doing splendid work at the various I Mrs Oliver T Wilson Lake Forest promises well 1nr the future with the material at hand Old Aiken hoys arc boardingschools particularly at St Pauls School Concord N 11 For the purpose of making a study I The annual sports day or icld track jf malarial conditions in the impon events will be staged as usual on Pebble Dr Charles Penrtiso Philadelphia cottage Stevens Jericho L which should bo after the soil is warm enough to give rapid germination and early growth In 1923 April 20 planting did bcs at Florence I April 25 toMay 1 planting did best at Clomson College 5 recommend one The Highland Pfcrk Tea Room has won popularity in the lion G Tillman Hullcy member of Uie Aiken delegation in tbo General ded waters hereabouts E H Gage Washingtons birthday February 22td i Stevens housr assistant sanitary engineer of the Short dashes long distance L S Stecnkan Lonn Islam United States Public Health Service broad and high jumping relay and ob Murphey bungalow has come to Aikcn county itaclc races make up the programme j Mrs Ivlward Mines Kvanston sent hcrc upon the request of the including a Mothers Race in which the C Thomas Cottage ue York Pa nine to three stalks per hill 8 to 12 inches Assembly has been confined to his Aiken CountyHealth Department Mr j mothers of the boys do the behi Gage is making headquarters in North Augusta ion the present but his wori will be confined very largely to Horse iToek Valley in which there are n number of bodies of impounded Russell their suns Cottage The school play this year will be K M Byers Pittsburg Mous tiie luligllt of and Suilt VU1 t J K livers Tl IK I Y Itli A N I BAN K RUPT and U A Smith of Walhalla The election was by the General Assembly and the vote fas as follows Blackwcil 77 Miss Walter GO Smith 5 Interest is frit in the election of a member of the Railroad Commission the term of R J Wade of Alont morcnci having expired Therearc several candidates and lie election 1 was gone into Wednsday but no one nvivintc a majority the election was postponed Mr Wade opposed by C L of Bhukville S C Hlease of Saluda and R B Cunning iani of A I irnitalc comic opera Tin1 Mikado Rehearses apart in 12taot rows on thin Soil and a 12 to Ifot rows on thu fertile soils G weevils are abundant U or weevils we recriiimerul one of poison u the vey first to ie fum arc as large IH a weevils are still present in n apiilitiilion may be week later For this firs ap either 1 pound hcjme by illness for suvcrai has been unuble to e in Columbia I his week Aithough the malaria Aiken couiuy is not very law ther s a eertnin anunmt of malarial in th r cent rifle r a 1ul cri 1 in molasses o Ion waUr or lry may lie uri 1 After the most reromnicsid it in has set and thvs well jiiown 7 Dusling msuiiines used iy us rCcommLiid ihe follow Hand Husltrs K ThreeRow and Iron MuleHark and may i rr a r r i i xison of the slul if Mr Machines arc now in proirres and mi Mar j PJlh the boys will he beard in th ol i of old fajian on Oakley Collage thiir llnatfi in tiie scho i As on until ariis iill A ikeii is wdiome Mrs i teiicdik s der of Tin Aikcn Pnpaiai ny r Tiierc ha I bcin a a of s I r cIon uici r ri niu I isx ilady LivrrriKHT Niw N i i Kua i rail a 111 Mr 1 M I Xc STATIC IX LITIGATION A lit M a tin lio il ii 1 Lviii of the iid and an action t Stairs I il I I icrpoison per tviir f ti ninciar and i of from I 10 1 made to Icep inf to biooni U 1 iiironce t MI ur how weevil aer should At 20 iabi Ivsinii i luri iri a tTian i ii I he h c r ii ttK il U inn in1 t iiai 1 Wiai iMply iiu iDHCl We IlllVe TIH in Siiaiay 1 i nun h I r Me i Vhi I ncni I n HII to in State uraiiii for the fyro rn of IndirJ1 rii a i i r rule n am I t i i M 1 M I X i i i 11 if C I in Mt W J The Rexall Store Tlir Hi PHONE 7 Aiken Pharpnacy   

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