Aiken Standard, January 30, 1925

Aiken Standard

January 30, 1925

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Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - January 30, 1925, Aiken, South Carolina SU TOWN ^ bittier Tells Kiwanians Textile Industry In South Carolina Is Just In Its Infancy A    ~); _    j_______ A large number of Kiwanian* greet- A *1 f f ft    ■ *"<* George ll. Leitncr of the Granite* J AlR€W 111 tCC UfXUSUQi v.fn Manufacturing Company at Ute'    ii.    .♦ c K crania dimer Thur-day and wire flflu IUt€T€StMg OC€H€ r*wmrd«d by hearing a splendid ad-    _„ from their brother Kiwaman.    A he or    in Ice is a rather unusual and Ifr. Lcitner stated that he felt bun- intcreating spectacle to a1! year rr-d-ernri rn reprey en ting: the Textile Indus, dents, and to our winter visitors a try and particularly the Graniteville trout ie reminder of th* habitual con-Huxnu Lh.-luring Company. The* com*; ditton of things Hip North” or “Back Pi pany was Organised in 1K45 and began operation in 184?. It is the next to the ohkrtit in the South in point of organisation and the oldest from the stand* friint of continuous operation. The plant began with 10,000 spindles acd r<r* hen 132.000 spindler and k*<»my. horns*. ' The conditioc is only temporary. There wfil be other days, many of them, in which the ;-un shires as it shines only in Aiken. There will be golf, polo and riding for mary, trade in the market place for others and fa* 3,072) vocable conditions for work on the , farm for Those who furnish us with ONE ACRE GRAPES NETS GROWERS $667.80 Charleston Spirituals Will'Delight Aiken Audience Feb. 14th IV you want to know something aholt the v,cgro folk-lore of the coast of South Carolina T If so go to hear the Spirituals on February ll st the Aiken Opera House, given by tJuT descend* ants of the old plantation aristocracy who ham learned these songs in their childhood from their negro nurses. The member* of this society are ever on the alan to acquire thin I-abad liters- An example of profitable divert- from 7 1-2 to 12 1-2 cents per pound,!tuw* H"** make visits to plantations cation    and intensive farming is found    bunging a total of $805.40. The total    along the    coast and the master will in the    one-acre vmyard owned by A    Ct><t, 01 t<‘rti,ixer* cultivation, culling, j have the    negroes com* to the "big D. and F, W. Aikido* of the Beech    Wom'e^ot    *187    **“•*»* cathar around a bon-fire and slid section of Aiken county.    add * ion to this there were about 500 *in*' Aa *** do tome one of the .    —    —      *    j*    Alkina«sj and his son were ac- pound- lox! for home cansumptiorand ! members will write out the mus e of tn speaking cf the growth of the, the baaic necessities of life.    b>    *?*»/    mnghrbors of trying to given away to neighbors, which is not the song, another the word* and at burmese,    Mr.    Leitner    stated    that    in .    From    an    agricultural    standpoirt,    ^Thi s'***? in ** ***** calcuktum*    the same time the others an; learning f    ,th*J* "*'* |M*    thar- 52 000    «»<«•, lh*    frMI*-    "’*>    P™*®    a    blrminr.    Dr.)    record    at return* for I SCJ* turn, ihr ’,    '* '"ter'**ln* w not* th,t O'*    the tune.    At the next meetin* of the cfh* rn South Carolin* and that nnce'Coad of TallitHah, Louisiana, recently M* on the jokers.    '0,ul» «* *”!«« were ahipped from .ocli'ty ti,;,    w||    w    pr,.„.nlwj to xt»t year, the industry ha, increased .leelared that there were more lhr«i The vineyard consists of 125 vines    ! the mamhen who ware not at the planner 10,000 per cent. Today there .re • weevil, in hibernation now than had    which    produced12.-, ,„on    growers    are    put.    tatinn, and thus the song will pa.-, into ave and one half million spindles ,n | been alary time In the past thirty Si*2*2    Jfei    {    -ng tlvf.r crape# on th** market in literature. th** St*ti- of aSoath Carolina. The; years. Hidden away in moss and trash ! pounds or is's-i porn**    and    ■    pac***«8;.    r'**    You    can’t    afford    to    miss ,uch a areater part of this increase has come and comfortable places, nothing can i2* Concord,, which produced h.o.ij.I0?^ f!|,„V^TJw ilSTi.'Ti t"-»t. Come Within the la Ut. f WPfl fV Vaari    (iiutlirK f Is .bo Ts^s.,11      ■    ,    nOtllhltl    Of    9J    l.i    nnitn/le re. e iris. *    :    ^ :<>W    '    <    CTM    'P    OI    tllfir Telh» Senate (-oUeajrues That Honorable Course Is To • Retrace Steps POINTS OTT Biti DKF It TIT Aik an Senator Woald Hava femoral Assembly Take Bark Track Ow "Pay-A*-You-Go” Low "Pay day has oosae in South Caro-ima, Senator John F. William# laid bis colleague* in a straight-to-the- pounds or 24 1-4 pounds per vin*. These grape* were marketed J more progressive brother* in this new at industry. archin the last twenty year*.    j disturb these weevil except some sud According to Mr. Leitner, the Tex-'don and quick change in temperature. t>V industry in the South is just in its The present coating of ice will un-    '     .....■■    ------------- - mfaiiey. We have the raw product atUoubtedly kill numbers of weevil that DIT    fl • I T oar mill doors, longer daylight, more are slmad* rn 4 weakened condition * 010 I OUTUQIMnt    lTeSldent    lUTMT ev*n temperature and wat«*r power. but that would" ni«rage to survive a In the past thirty years, there has normal winter. This is true of rum boe* an increase of over IOO per cent hers of other insects that are economic in the wugt* scale, and working hours factors in agriculture.    New has? been shortened, In the old days Lither from lack of labor, or lack be a dead issue with the Ignited Staten^ ^>r' aid. fit W. B. Turner at the con Negro folk songs characteristic of the old South are unfailingly popular all over the country. And they have ! caught the fnncy of France, Belgium, shoulder talk after securing recount t i on in the upper chamber of the Gen oral Assembly last Thursday. Senator Williams was dtscusotnc. among other matteirs, the great* big problem confronting the* Cameral Ak senibly—that of finding revenue auf! cient to support not only the SD.TWL-*K)0 and odd dollars as reoaum'wM by the Governor and th* Budget Ham mission (which, incidentally, is an ta-cn ase of $.ri6k,938 and odd cents over-the total of the appropriation hill af last year, and which ricoiumendation*-it may be further indicated by way si parenthesis, will not be appropriated this year, but also and likewise the little matter of the deficit, if it mary so be called, caused by the diverse** of the one cent gasoline tax from the* State Treasury to the Highway Dr partnvnt, amounting, as calculated, ta about $725,000. In other words, should the Genera 9 A    Fnglund,    Australia and even New Zca- nere march Z-4    Issues otatement umi. - I      Wna    Thomas    of Neiv Orleans, says Assembly appropriate this year ar- York. International polo will Tho bitewing sUtemert was made so*, Miss Thtima.s has just returned '>rd^R to the r«,et>nim#,r>datk>us os  w-ith the United States:    'S1 ^ Tumor at the con- from a trip around the world singing mission—40 701 009.78 being the ewe! when the whistle    blew    "* energy, our fanners are not given    Polo anociation during 192,5 season    c,usion    tJlr stockholder-' annual ' the songs of the Southern darkies.    She amount    recommendeit—to    this wait a: daylight    ami ended eventually.    | to dr-an cultivation. It u possible for    except for the annual match between    mff‘tin5r: Tile company believes in the welfare miry of our fields to wear a blanket of its workers. A game reservation of,0* tfheen during the winter months, lf 5,(*00 acres has been < given to the this is doubted, take a trip over the stockholder"’ i is getting ready to start on another the American and British army four*.    rnn‘!    meeting    of the stock-IJkmr. Tins was decide upon at the annual jM*1 lbl*    k 01 Western Car- meeting of the association here toihi>'.: 1’^n* Wi#    at    ^T0    Lead oftkc at Graniteville people and is managed entire Mtate, and here and there will    The next international    match    with the    Alkin    or. January    27, at which time by a board of employes. Nothing but ** found n farm planted to rye, oats,!    English four will not    be    played un til    the    prr; .dent made a report    showing -hooting of rabbits is allowed. Three whret, vetch and clovers. Chris Hahn i    1927 under the terms    of    the    existing    tht    10 be in    *P^ndid    financial ipecini drives have been held during    tty    made    the    statement    that    agreement between two countries. «<w4i?ior. During the past year the the past yeer and .SOO rabbit# were South Carolina gets its mont unfavor*:    rvrfk!jenl    VVrtr w ii ^ j., ‘bank paid to its stockholder* $48,288 bagged. During the last drive 400 “hie advertising during the winter vct<>c| ^ .l ,    .    .    *    /, n dhrldenda and $98,251.27 to its rabbits were killed in one afternoon. months, Tb“**-**—•— J-*-    ^    s    1 William Grent. the founder, bel,*.-, through the .tate «. route to Florida pUyw. Ta ,timutat, tom*t in polo fHi rn education and ma*if every father; other pointi. They see our fields .mon<r iAW IJ¥    a    i    «toekholdera added two new direc % .    ,    itll iu ii    lYiw    p la yen*, a toums* rn his nm phi y ,1Kn an aKreom.-rt to »**•« « -I !a.re and thry <ct an •». mint t0 w known as thc lnUr<jP[.ult, t-,"‘ t0 th»ir “»*• J »• ProOiro of -crwi his chikfn-n to school or pay a pression of poverty and lazinoti that fine of ten cents per day for every "0 advertising can offset! The day will <kiy they were absent. This was the COWe when in order to kill off NEGRO PLACED IN JAIL TO PREVENT LYNCHING i.to"th.>. Thousand, of visitor; drive t),e idea of atrenftthenlnff the averevr j <k'P<,*1,or> * *•«* savine, department making a total of $142,539.27. The tournament was announced, Each of Aiken, who is a very large farmer and lance of compulsory education rut it was applied not only to educa* fill insects, conserve soils, .and add plant food, farmers wtf! sow their* Chm but ab<o rn the matter of prohi-; ^^dii to winter grow ing cropj.___ Wtion.    And    Aiken    in    Ice    brings    sports and Mr. I Antler predicted a w'onderful    diversion seldom experieneeil by those dmclopmtnt during tht; next few    Vfho are all year residents, Odd •^etvrs and said that within two years,    Weather and much water have brought    ' '    "/    r    ‘ulJl,-vl,nY tlK‘ handicaps was ,HV.-r ha.] bv    of    wild    dovks    to this action,    °y    a    ^ newer such as we hat** Leon Cowar*! n-; orts numbers of Enc-. li^h duck iii his fields. (Th:i sn’t a invitation f *r « very oui to hunt there, either, for Leon likes to shoot ducks himself). Ail in all, Vikon rn lee isn’t ho bad a; I w-e haven’t any right to fuss about it. \ j Mark 'JNrami once lvmarke*!; ‘‘Everyl»ody talks about the weather seems to do anything but nobody about it.” A Win ivur 'ore would ha available, I It only in >*lustry but in other opemtions in the South. The a sh! re ss was well received and provokes! much comment. Frank P. Henderson, District Trustee, was present and gave a report on his visit to th.* reedit mteting rn Greensbm a. He jwke in part us follows: “At a meeting of toe tru'tes*s from the seventy-four Kl wan is Cluh.-. in the Carolinas recently held in Greensboro, N.    the problem of our farmers was one of the rHn'utiom .fiscurtsed, and it wa- the ojGrnlm <»f -hose present that the farm is the foundatif'n of tho South’s prosperity, and always will be. Every Kiwanis club is expected to five publicity to anything which may benefit the farmer, 01 advise him of anything, wh »‘h may adv#rs«*ly affect him, I nhnll mc lion something which lias in recent w^ars come under my observation ivhicii I fear in the near future will tend to low-er the price of cotton cons’derabh, it is the production of artific ii or fibre silk. Four years ago we produ ct! eight million pound# in the Unit *d States, tfcb na.-** ye.r twenty-fuur indlion and England, Evince, Gerund Italy are producing also tremendous scale. There rn a plant m Roanoke, Va., op'ra-a English corporation, and the past year or two the great Du Pent powder and dynamite maker if W’ilm.ngt* . Del., -have built 'l ar" art tie in! silk mill North, and are now building another near Nashville, Tina. Wood and chemicals produce this fibre silk and it is being produced cheaper each yea!    ,    .    ,    ,,, i    i    I    ii    ,    Lybrami    Jackson    of    Wagener,    ho    i Ask ary dry ■.'•xxi* <*« Ooth.nv rn.-;- ,,f ,;ov K B Jack- .rn 'n : chant if he think# it Kin pass out.    sweepstakes    ami    first    and    cond We know too well that in hosiery,    prizes on pi*    Drier*    »•••: n    at    th-*    Ail rn sweaters, neckwear, dresses and    County Adtfir    2*ih>w. Ibis    s    j    mg fertiltaer dealer, end Dr. Andrew A. Walden of North August*, a practicing physician. We are very glad indeed Lo odd these tv.x> gentlemen to ( our Board of Director*, as we feel sure they will bt* very useful to our bank. Th.# makes the total number of directors thirty-two. The following Is} a list in same: Edgar A, Brown. Herman Brown, ll. M. CushcDI L. D. <’nilum, Gi ddings I ne committee on international polo    ..    ii    *• ie i    , '    *    ii ennui, ll. ti. ranson, ( . M. r.trul, the eight circuit# will hold elimination urnW and thi' winners will meet in tho finals. 'Hu* tournament will be Lmited to 12 gain teams, but ho b'*m -can give -*wav more than six goals. Officers wen* elwtivi at -lh’ meet-•'n f, tournament dates so lee ted and the be add od the ahortage, or deficit, wfcicfc •var term one prefers, the amount af $728,712.28, whk-h is estimated uh Che amount that will be diverted from th** receipt# of the State Treasurer to he app!un! to State mirpoiH*#, making a nv    total of $10,480^22.02 to be rained BY    HIS    OWN    RAGE    Furthermore. R»*pr*»#«tt>tativi* A. Foa- --ti r McKia*k'k of Greenville, who in a Henry Cuulrv, negro farm hand    fifirurer. .*«timatea that there will about to vrers oW wa. brought to Ai. : '* *hrink“'r ,m    "•'•I1** .    . *    .    .    '    ,7 „ jof approTrmutelv $784,907.04, and tm ken and lodg**(l in jai! >y I . K. Liv- additional shrinkage of receipt* from ingston early Wedi e#day morning, j other regular stnnveti aggregating The negro i* chargeil with a saulting 1-87,3 43.43. Without g«»mg to the*- a six y»ar old colored child and for a troub,c of '**■"? I*" un',f tb'“ ®* .    .    ,, ,    .    ,    urp,i correct thite is mon* Ulm time it seemed that    he    would    la*    lynch-    another million to be provided. od by the infuriated colored people of It ha* already been shown by fig the Hitching* Mill section. The col- ; ur*» published in The South Carolin# otvd people of that “ictom are for the    *** __...I    »    ,    t    -    v»<^ ta# $9,700,000 and odd st part, sol>er# industrious people ■ ]ar„ reer>mmeT.ded by the Governor and thw deeply riwfnted an act which I and the Rudgi t Gofnmwmion for tka was not only brutal ami a violation of- UbP/jrf. ut the Stst-“ jfnvemment thin every law, hut also a blot upr n \hv yt'nr- n '‘ vv "f 10 1 2 miI!H uTtoW1 ** nece**H#ry—as against six mill# la** a blot u;k n the reputation of every colored person in that commur.itv. Watson W*»bb. pour m.n I bn an red dui ii reported that *he ( nitcd Sti.tcs army t**am wa*- run mg ,it prt--* » t at Miami, Flu. Thc toani will siart north the first of April and vail from Now \ erk April 111. Gilt* mafcchvs are ache lilied for London during th* mu*.-11of June. I’ht* tournament date* accepted in -| elude: ( alif* min, March 21 to April lo; Flamingo, Fla., February* 2 to 28; Aikc'% S. March 2 to ll; Eighth J Cat*i>s Area, Texas, Februar>' 15 to March I; Camden, S. C„ March lo to 30; Sandhill, N C„ Apr*! f* to 15; Bryn Mawr. Pa., May Pl to 30; Thousand Is ands, August S to 27; B* ton, August IT* to 29; Miami, August 9 to September 5; Chicago, S«*p-tcmlH*r 9 to 15. Th.* tlate for 'In* open, jun'or sud mal to LIE! r. K. C. JI TER NOW VIDE D> PRESIDENT tntc f-i'ircuit fin als wer.* the <‘Xtculivt* commit'ce ! O' s)<kiH t ion. I- *u:• F. Stoddard, N- vv re-e!» etc I chairman *»* J**-ri vvt iv all officers. furt ut o k, wa - oi-.at on, It < lf ll SKY ((TIOV IS SECOND IN ST VIE \ VKI FTT V TESI J. M. Farrell. I) K. Gantt, if, B Grime-*. M. B. Ha goo* I, ii. <\ Hahn, F. B. Henderson, F. I*. IlendiTstin, G. J. 11:11, B. I . Holley, J < . L mar, W. J. Lemon, V. F, Level-, J. VV, Lupo, J C. Malt haw -. W. VV. Muckenfuss, r. Q, (VS, I. II iroI I E. P'nit, J. ll. Pi ‘thro, C. M. Haute- . L. W. Reese, J. B Salley, (J. I. Sawyer, VV. B. Turner, \. A. Walden. K. L. Yonce. 'I he *lir<-ctors at tbs• ir- niM*ting, held imm* Lately after the "tockhold-*r adjourned, declared the usual d * blend of DI per cent, payable ((unrt* rly. The efficer* of the hank j'lected at thi" rn tx* tin;’, were; VV B. Turner, pr*-*ident; J. B. .Salley, vice-nr- - id* '. ani W. W Muckenfu** a-bier. f hi* Bank * > f Western ( a ro-! na *" mvA u j >< * -11 * -n to help their cu- *<»*n*-f" *iui ne the pivsiuit y* ar. After th*- miM'tin"- th - directors part ** !; O’* .* -ie’a- >u - ii • a i a • I he Aik* . I! .I• ” i < >NTP I Bl ! IONS RU IIN ) ll I os: ll IT I! VV IS M EM OIH VI. Lieut H.    J*der, kl ii ..( the l ire R*-'- Ii. G. Jt*t«*r, foj*merly r»-<-tor of St. 'I h idden* Kpi-cerat church, ha* l*e« n a ipunt - l hy PT* snit nt Goolidge a- t.jft* of h * aide*. The President, who is combatting efforts of “Big N ivy” exponents to increase Naval appropriation's h» two additional of Ib'c-rs atta lx*d    to    his    staff,one    of v\ h< rn is « Lint.    .litter.    Through    h.s fatf 'h*> I*l-sident is enabled to keep nl*' rme<! on the Naval situation. 14-1 ut, Jeter was a little boy when h;s parents cam** to \ik--n, hi* father beefin g rector of St.    Thaddeus chm    eh. « > app ut    d    to    Annai oh *    bv -vi"~ md 'hrs .-i«KP**#orf against prrq>- ' v, ar I n< a and addit i*m«l «Mnim*s "f P VM nile are tapped. Th *, it maw add"d n p issing, takes no account r \vhnie\er of Mr. McKi- iickV ivtti mat's. So, therefore, Senator William ’ f    *if, ‘bat “Pue dug ha# C(*ni»* rn 8 nth Ga coli na,” : significant, ajq and ’ meh . I he G-fvoline Tax TH* enntor called attention to th** 'aet »l-rif n«o Iv v ill orie-thifd (tf the r. "’’r «• ’ax Im* .l,v.-rt<*d from th** StnL-Treasure', truing to the ll trliway De-nartmrrf. but that nnothHr one-third now going to the counties, wdl like a <■ b.- d verte l th*-r»-from un<ler tin* • ■•nr .vuI pnavisjon* of th” **F*ny-As V iGft” law. *vl; th hecjir*e of firm* ■•od eff.u’t on January I, ot* thi* year. Tliis means, he said, that rn u«lditkTi to *|i" lux’!*-- tv of iru-reit-.ag ^r Sta- * bv*-, tie vnrioe eountv lev ten V !I Iii. wise be —or a . d II, ( origi moth* man Byrnes now residing in 1910 fit Etude 11)4 Ma. It G tug ll v. ar * iii V I Wild I \ %I JOHNSON BI A S POW id I I' ll \ Ult* OI the '.lie ( J em Pion ft r I met. , \V< (bmvcr# B. n percent •• Go PJI. .O'-eV W 'Mf lg( . other articles it is firmly entrenched. My friend Cpnvers B. Woolley sa\ ‘preaent prices of cotton, give no profit to the farmer, and report show that tx*n million baits wen-grown outride of the Un ted Stat'’" during 1924.’ We ho longer have a -Arar lie hold on the world’* supply We fia^• several excellent agriot'Jtiifa! c!u in Aiken county, ant! La** Gs>v*a: our County Agent, i.s capa md Jack Gtttti eltow. This * -on’> ii;'-t year in club 'cor1:. A. (i. M !• of N York, ha rent It* bungalow fur nt* tea* •d Per.wit -n. alert, it may be wed for them to advise our farm* r- to visit Williston, Ridge Spr Jig an*l Trenton and note the suer vv many are having with as pa ragus.” A number rn Visit .rs w,t<- ga* at^ of the club. ifUJline:fig : ta* ;•« -f b-ty it’s’-. rui« ,i »'<* Exi i rirru nt St In a I,*j*t of 3.9 v ■ veland, br I by y, st'* id "*•* onii t. TJiis if, an improvement *>\« r 23 when Woul*ry*s < b”'eland "'<>..<1 ti" i iii |>< I    a I'I' I Ut I; *i t. • > i •(* varieties. 'dr. Woolley began cot* on I‘reedin'.’ oot •    11*17 .ii cen titction With th'' ..»rk of the Plant Breeding Special-st of ( I* rn son itflUgc, and Ira' gradually developed a strain of Cleveland ■ Olton that is one of the leading varieties for South Carolina condition#. Woo]Hey # Cleveland seed ar*' in great demand and for the past three year# haw b**tn shipped to cotton -fo*v»■ rs over ihe entire South. Inc Italian who though “cellar d- ’ ’ a most beaut:ful example of mu->c in tile F giish tongue, would have lost interest .n tht pott c attributes OI th** “ccl'ar *ir„>r” dor ng Mir late Ijunentisj floxi. * a-* but: pill t ‘ b A : nm aa i • r * -1 • ililcf V,.L . PUI M ’a S ! Hey F. John . i rn ," t ii e I *, > ,.*( a * * uar th* to I IC pi O' - on : i ■ rn JI- *■ MY I FRI \ ll VS LAI i ■ rn, ; a : Mf • bl ' n: \< I it o WiJ I ' J ■•va! against the “P.nv-As You av.    that    ♦hi'    S>" ator vt * die.«rt *    r.-n’*i-1. in o*'.rticnlnf. lo**et \! '»n t'li    bill    wa    under dTrrj* G-a’    •    I    \* «-mbM    . Senator ("1    *    ,t-M- ...... The Sc* r a» >■ Wi!’:an ' a’ d**’:e'M \V    t    tr, Pf r, •t*. , * :•    i-:,< fi, r* .» ‘V,.. c { ,wn ‘ f    '    1    I    I    -14-4 b    *    •    w    *■ or nfen* n *»• •    "tim**M'rn bonnm r fid t \    .    "I    (oil)    X fill    o ” He ‘ h.....d. fbi. e’ • fin.*ine*-«c •,. S' i* u < >v ai v ii i un hi GI I I NI)A \( I un 'hat • -<* * V, ami I fro*, id -V \ ■ ll Mi T •n*i Cf oft IMH * til t tie f * t. Ut Mg to r* a bu; -e. an i ‘"baa:a 5. Ha ti. It, l”V. • t . • e , v * d I Mrs. Estelle • ‘itV cf Aik* ii Barnard, E. B ('amu, I . C. V’ H K. Gy I* J. Will Metbu ter Proceed, g/re rn .* Frank P. II rn der Tom Tarver Mrs. Henry Clark Finley Henderson n • this I* oslo ll s \ V sa Ie it .1.111) 2 5. bb 10.00 VOO VOO .33.00 5 OO I *H» 1.00 5 OO w Die V P: <*|h‘'n i M • a1 Ic ii Ah -gave . in Givin#. Mr . J ll V I ll* Si a Ii V '' *’ I wit?’. J. I cr, ( ha short a \ I dc KUI I ir D rn hi g ’' im t.«*n cf cm a I *.    -    he    ex •#> I ill. . 4W*1.' err f ions of road ’’    fr»*- x *»r k J. S a x* Oyiitfr Supper at Pine I ore-a Ti't re w ill * bs u> it* r ip;>*u for the benefit of the Pine h »*m st ch**-I at the school building, Fr lay night. January 30, l>eginning at 7:30. The public ii ct rd siily invited to attx-nd. read a letter fi.*m a native worker at Ruling, Chit.a. S' do, by M J* * la** lh u;,i R* idii / bi Mr McDii! of Du We st. After hymn No, 2 42, st tour* * rs f,.j t im w *.rk n < 'hin.a xvi • Afa r th*1 burin.*." se.-an ant "is i a I hour wa." i n joy cd. I r.ugn Mi non Study cia e.nuy l r day momiu.g at ll J:ab ie. . Gn.' a. fb pray- . \ ,'1V. pb-as- rre«‘t> VI.OCK. en ■ lift I* r th*' new Mea its fncre«s**d I evv •fatit g from time to tim** that lay Ha - i nu* in South (’nrolina.” * r tv    'Winned    that tw# ’»    • the St ah* is face*! With the nee** '* pr vbiirg * normou rr'v**nT?ri, < uj -if sin' nunroorration# hemtr r re **'•* t«». tod that 'he deficit ©era .r d ’” th<* '’‘vi1 noes heretofore ti $ 'A *    * S ’ * * " v \ .. Y .ii Go” • 1 •• m * !♦■ ti’ •n ti * neon]*. 1 . arse to orn-HU* re-a rtv ITW* a w . bl ‘th, "us* 4 f r- * ". vt bv y ■ XI •s * r: .-♦* (< %*ntinucxt on pagv eight) ;

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