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Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - January 9, 1925, Aiken, South Carolina Price 5 tarswell WHEN DAD WAS A BOY Aiktn an speaker at J Frank President of the Club hcarcrs Vol 10 No Good Business Ahead Legislature Meets For Aiken and Vicinity On AforfTuesday favmans of The 76th session of Aikenami vicinity are facing the new senribly meets next TatHsdayj Jamrary jiisar with eonliedeuce is revealed in Iti and the prospoet is f or a long svtsd cnminir tedioussessioji as the in the faith that business is i princijMiUy which is in a serious Tanr iconic to be roud if men help to make f fn South Carolina it and in thai are deiermtni Lieut Gov E B JackaonorWanu od to do their full part Of preside over the sessionsof there are those who insist that the Senate sohiK to the burj Ajken aelogation composed of i i I to Columbia Tuesday nrid that no his iuvn Gcncrallv business in November of Barnwell who December was jwod was born and reared m Aiken county and whose parents Mr and Mrs A A Knicsl McCnary of the McCreary Company suites that 1924 business irood the average aiul tluit projects for 1925 are oqd We have no unemployment no vacant houses winter visitors are n on Brown now reside here is a candi date for the speakership oftheHouse of Representatives opposed by John K Hamblin of Union The outlook is that Col Brown will be elected 111 uvi i f train and everything seems tobe lead Senator Williams now has some of n n r i 4 f 11 f ten inp up to a climax in March always the most important committee assijpi dubest business month of the vear ments m the Senate and is regarded for Mr NlcGreary calls at of tnc s valuable tehtion to tinfact that woolen goinls I6intoZ have advanced 10 per cent over six IM PTIM ri mouths iBo and that leather goods HJJ fJSt D Nn have advanced 10 to 2f cents on each I UCIAL JANUARY M AND of shoes There is every inilical lion that cotton Kootls will Kta Al1 n llntl rthe surrounding towns tionary or hiirher Halls Pharmacy and Platts report business for the pear and splen did business for November and De cember Harold Platt points out that there is still somecotton in the hands of the growers also that a jrreat many are looking forward to the annual Field Trials to he held here by the Aiken Kennel Club next Wednesday and Thursday January and 15 these to becruR on George Crofts plantation neJir the city Two thiys will be devoted to the fanners have delivered cotton to the trials one day for puppy stakes and Cooperative Association and so far have received only the first payment These facts explain some settle ments hiive been delaydd one day for al age stakes In the trials will be run carrying Uiej direct strain from the most famous i ja in the world Three prizes will j Holley Motor Company report sales i be awarded and in addition to a of AMpctions second and third prize the cup won by I B M Surasky believes there is a itcjrinsild CoUltncylast year will be sleady conservative growth in bui contested for sH ami that will show a profit able increase Ira Coward fanner who is taking Dave Gaston will have enough saddle horses on the grounds to ply thosewishing them A SOB THERE BST fact that Augusta etteb other and they can therefore work to mg upon each To Mr CwrrwvH fclloirsWp cooperation service are liviriK principles in Ki wann as faith basic principles in r tp besets cooperation in turn finda Us fullest exprtsxiou in sersice The principle of theCJoWeji it Ly Jcaui C wnnis As long ns Kiwanis rfimains a clcftrlnr house for and a slaughter hoxise for evil it will con tinue to serve the community state and nation The attendance prize was tfivtm iy Ernest iVfcCreary and won byHer man Hnhn Music was furnished by Mrs brook Wyman and Miss Smith who delighted the members with several violin solos The attendance record of the Aiken Kjwnnis Club for has been c piled and in of peculiar interest to lo cal Khyanianti and their friends Fortyone meetings were held during the year It isnt harly possible for any member to attend nil the meet mjrs but Kiwaninns hold that a mem ber should attend or have a perfectly legitimate excuse The attendance record is the census says there seems to be a j Spectators as well members HKKSOX CONFESSES JPUOIKKTY CHANGES HANDS ON JANUARY SALES DAY GKANITKVILLE SUCCUMHS It ILLNESS Master iti Equity Thompson Sims aiced property on Monlyears died at his home in salesday ville Saturday afternoon at o towan A Milner Frank I Henderson H C I Kenney J W Ashhursl A F Dufft C K Owetis Bti F Wyman Holbrook Wyrnaji Mhndle Sviraskv Per cent s Perry et a Lot of clock after an illness of several John K Henderson improvements located on months Harry J Ruv 87 3341 1511 8f lff41 15841 82 584I 2041 78 2141 70 2H4I 1241 S541 W 4041 GO 4041 441 2741 2741 IK 2741 51 941 n4i T211 4K 1441 last week a letter written bv would serin that a oiurht lo sow somi t the prei Mv tMjivon undir dute Decemiur ibout ocloel lriilay vailinK f i Ul as follows I arrived hnmr Harry r To ilv Kdilor Tu oVloek Wilson Stevens was 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