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Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - January 30, 1925, Aiken, South Carolina VeL 10 AIKBN SOVTH CABOLESA FRIDAY JANUARY WIW IK SoirfA Carolina Is Just hi Its Infancy nianbor of II LfciUver cf the GranitQ viff Manufacturing Company at the dimver Thursday and by iMating a from their 4rothr Kiwanian Mr Ixiitner stated that he felt representing the Textile Indus try and particularly the cuai was organized in and began in 1847 It the oWteittin the orgtm Aiken fa Ice Unusual and Interesting Scene in is rather imusual arid inteFMting to ail year resi dents to winter a dition of HJp North oh Back Tfae U only tempo rary There many isation the pgfat f continuous operation plmt began with spiixttea Rffw has and in the growth of the MB Mr Leitner stated that up 1847 there were less than in South Carolina and that since year industry hai increased per cent Today there are million spindles in Sooth Carolina The thigThcrcase haa come v last twenty i According to Mr Leitner the Oie iatHntry in the South is just in its haVe the raw product at mill doors longer daylight more tempera turn and water power past Thirty years there an incvease of over 100 per cent and working hours shortened In the old days work becan when the whistle blew daylijrht and endedeventually The company believes in the welfare Agnmc acres has been piven to the Granitevillc people and is of employes Nothing but shooting of rabbits is allowed Three special drives have been held durinjf ts Diuirg the lust drive of therein vvhich the sun aa it ONE NETS GROWERS of profitable divtrgifli from 7 12 to 12 12 per pound shines only n wilLbe cation and intensive is found btingriiB of Tfce total I t in the market place for others and fa D and F W Atkiuon of the Beech Is vorable for work on the section of Aifcen county for those who furnish us with the buic necessities of life From an airrietiltural the freeze a Coad of recntly declared that tbtiw1 were Jnote weevils in hibernation now than bad bcerr at Uie past thirty years Hidden away trash and coBLfortable places nothing can disturb weevil except sud don ancf quick change in temperature Thepresent couting of will un doubtedly kill numbers of are Jrfea weakened condition but aurvivii a normal is true of num bers of other insects that arc economic factors in Either from lack of labor or lack of enersry our farmers are not given Mr Atkinson and hia son were ac cused by their neiirhfoors of trying to violate the Volstead act when yine was sot out years ago The record of retUnw for 1924 turns Thevineyard consists of 126 vines Brighton lH7pounds pounds per Vine net Income of In to thin there were about 50C pounds uswl for home consumption anc jfiveii away to neighbors which is not included in the above calculation It is interesting to five ear ioiuis ol were shipped from which produced sion Service South Curolira the past season With thtr assistance of the CJemaon Exten growers are put v ii impounds or1 pountU per vlnej prapcs on tlie market i 125 Niagaras which produced i ncntp packages It is re other farme in rea which produced pounds or 24 14 pounds per vino Thesegrapes were marketuxt Titrrintil other f nrme rs thO Jeittlership of thei brothers in this new f ol low more pro at t industry you want kuow ibont the rxSfro folklore of the coaat of South Carolina If so go to htar the on TFebroary 11 at ofthe oldplantation aristocracy iii tfeeir childhood from nepro The of fchia society on the to iequire this to plaetations SAYS SENIOR mm Telia Smate Colleagues That Honorable Course la To Retrace StcpB POINTS OUTBIG SwwUir CAM the the master will tS around a bow fine and ainjf Ai they do one of the members will write out the music of the song another words and the same time the learrinp day cotae fo F Senator hi 3 in a shoulder talk after tion in the uper chamber of tibc the tune At next of the society thii aongr will be presented to the members who were not at the plan tation and thus thesonjr will pans into literature afford cral Assembly last Senator WiUuuaa among other UNI great problem confronting of fading cient to iiupport not only the to raJsK such a trout Come 000 and odd by theGovernor and whkhj i ncKlen tally crenae of and od4 OVHT Polo Tournament President Turner Here March Issues Statement to clean cultivation It is for nvvny of our to wear a blanket of If this is doubted take a trip over the state and here and there will be found farm planted to rye oats wheat vetch and clovers Chris Hahn rectMtly made the statement that SouthCarolina jjetsits able ndvertlaing during the winter rabbits were killed in one afternoon i months Thousands of visitors drive William Grcfrsr the founder be I ie through the state rn route to Florida 400 el in education arid every father in his employ sign an argreemcnt to children to school or pay a of ten ccnU per day for they were absnt WM tke it was prohi predicted a wonderful durinjf next few and Haid that within two yetirs other points They see our fields naked bure and they yet an im pression of poverty and laxlimi that no advertising can off sell The wken fnl in kill winter fr crgM Aikcn in Ice brings sports and diversion seldom experienced by those who arc all year residents Cold j weather and much water have brought New polo will ben dead issiic with the United Status Polo ascoeiatkm duriiifj 1025 season except for the annual match between i The following statement was made by President W B Turner at the con clusion of the stockholders annual The meeting of the stock folk sonfjs characteristic of the old South are unfailingly popular all over the country And they have cauprht the fancy of France Belgium and even New Zen laiul New Orleans says so Miss Thomas hoa just returned from a trip around the world sinking thesonfcvof Southern darkies She is Rcttinjar ready to start on another the of bill last year and wbkb it may be further by way will not W but also ami nJMnnae little matter of tbd deficit if H no be called cawed by the dh of the one cent ffawJine from State Treasury to tbe Hlarbway partrrwnt anvountinK cakulated ta This was decide upon at the Annual meetinpr of the association here today The next international match with the English four will not be played uirlil 1927 under the terms of the existing agreement betwetn two countries 01 tTTeTBaTpi of Western Car oHna was held at the head office at Aiktii or January 27 at which time the president a report showing tht bank to be in splendid financial J t i r r Iu r 5 n Kthe 1 y ea The present year will be de voted to the low jfoal players mith the idea of stremetheninft the player To stimulate interest in polo among low ffoal players a tourna ment to known as the intercircuit was announced Each of the circuits will hold Twill Tmeet ittktoarwUMttt will be ifdr7 c a n ve way more tha n x oa 1 Officers were Dlectcnl at Die meet in dividends and depositors in the savin ps department making a total of The stockliolders nddel two new direc tors to their list J D Prothro of Aiken who is a very larrc farmer and Dr Andrew A a practic fertilizer dealer Walden of North ing physician We are very xlad in dcod to tvfo our Board of AK we feel sure they will be very useful to our bank This makes the total number of di power as we haV ore would lie availub in other oppv South The address wus vtU received and provokwl much comment Frank P District Trus tee wns anrl a rejort on his visit to the rerent mcetiuK hi Greensboro He spokt in part UK fol ntnin yenrs never lial be numbers of wild ducks to this soctioti only in i U011 Coward reports numbers of KnR J nnovniions in tlK i 1 1 Li tournament selected and the j thirtytwo The work of reiKjvtstinp the handicaps was a A by a committee headed by J At a meeting of thu from the seventyfour Kiwanis Clubri ini the Caixlinas recently held in Gnjens boro N C the problem of our farmers was one of the dSsfUBfted and it WHH the of those present that the farm is the foundulion of the Souths prosperity always will be Every Kiwanis club is to xive publicity to anythinjr which may benefit the farmer or advise him of adversely alTect him I shall somethinir has in reiont cunuunder j my ohwnvation whioh I fuar in the near future will tenil to lower the j price of cotton uousileraUIy t is the production of artificial or fibre Four yeartf nfe we millitm in the States iriiMl anil tier Italy iir T IL trimendouv There is a in i iiirporatiuu and iie past ywr or Iwo the yrrcnt DM PorU anrl ilyruimitc have built milt North and anoVher near d and heniicals silk and it is invitation for every one to hunt there citliur for Lcon likes to shoot All in all Aikcn in lee isnt so bad and we havent any riglit to fuss about it As Mark Fwvim onou remarked j Everybody talks about the weather but nobody seems to do anything about A Wimur of have ut iy artificial silk arc Nnahville Tcnn Wo produce thir lilirc being provlncod cheaper eneli year aiiy dry Broods ir elothine mir loimnitlee tin international polo that the 1nitcd Slates army at present it Mia mi IM a The team will start north the first of April and sail from Newi York April The matches are fur Luiuion ihiriiiLthn miii 1 11 of June The tournament dates accepted in ohule California Maixh 21 to April Felruaor i to JK Ailccn S March 2 to 14 SCiKhth Corps Aiva Texas February 15 to Manh 1 Camden S March lf to id Sandhill N April 0 to 15 Kryii Maxvr May H to K Thousand Islands 8 to 21 Boton An CM si IT to 20 Miami Au to r Caicajfo tcmur to 15 Tlio date for the open hiUycirruit finals were ilrivd to lln1 excilive ii UOO1SKY N IS SfsC IX STATE VAK1KTY Herman Brown 11 M Tassels L D j II I Midson C M Kfrid J AI Fanell 11 K lantt 11 Giimcs M B Tlajrnod U F Henderson F P Henderson C i J Hill B F tlolley J C 1 Lemon A F Lover 1 C MsilLhfw W W F J Haroll E Pbut J D Prothro C M L PLACED IN JAIL TO PREVENT LYNCHING BY HIS OWN RACE cftro about 20 years old was brought to Ai ken and lodged in jail by P K Liv infrKton early Wednesday The negro is charged with assaulting a six year old colored child and for a time it seemed that he would be lynch ed bythe infurialad colored people of the Mill section The col ored of are for the most part sober industrious people thW only bnttal and a violation of every law but also a blot upon the reputation of every colored person In that community K c JVTPKR NOW AIDK TO 1 K Halhy i A A L S a U Waldcn K L imetinc Jitrr tlie IiUr fnriivrly rottor f KpiMVCiil Iliuroh tel by IrcrtidiiU Thi1 President of increase Xnvnl two of his of Thi dinvtors at imnuliately after the st adjournid declared the of per cent payable The of the ank at Ihis inoftinv ucre I Turner president J H Salley vice iro uid W The Hank of Westein exponents apiiropriatifins liiNr to whom is iLiiH Through hin slalf i hr iVsiitent is enalel Lo keep on the Naval situation LiiuL little boy when his parents cam1 to Aikiii his fiither comi yrector of St ThadileiiH ehurch Ilvwas appointed tci Annapolis liyrnes in Jit 111 mother i ivMilmfr at of year n levy of tQ12 miltM against milts thin issensed atrainst pity unless now and additional of revenue lappwl This it nut in passinfr takns no accixint ofMr AlcKisaickV esti 111 ttes So Siinlor WiHinm Mint dav has come Lw inll is sirrnilioaiil unit imely The Jnyolinp Tax Thi1 Mnator called tlwr Hut Oint not orjy will onethird of Lhr tax diverted from tlie Stnt iroint to the De partment hut that unotlwr onethirrl miv to the counties will like wise he di varied thtriifrom unler tlx lenris nrd rtivisions of Yliifo vhiih of firm mil clTeti on January 1 of this Tliis means lie said that in addition o necessity f inerea Hw lew vrirjoii1 cmmty levitH llST LIU1 cit hi i for H ih iii oo eys I vtland ii lint in son chant if he thinks We know too well neckwear dresses and other articles it is firmly entrenched My friend prices of cotton no profit to thq farmer and reports that ten million bales wore jrrown outaide of the United durinfi We no lonper have a on the worlds supply W several excellcrt arriciHvirn in Aiken county our County Ajrent i Lybrand Tnckson of WaKemiv of Lieut iov K H won t it will pnss out sworpstukes nnd and swuini thnt in pmrs on pvnlilice at Ji A County This is VIMIDK in ilui hol have alert 1 Hiilfft thi wiuii ihni in i i id varieties Mr in tin of the Iljnit Sptvinl of Cltnisun and irntdi i slrnin of Clevelhnd that i fjni of the for Soutli tlfvelnru are in icmiiul and fur the past throe1 ycurs havo Lecn whipped to ootton overthi1 entirv South it miy he Tor them iw The italiau who though Sprinc and Trcrton note i door a most beautiful example of mu many irc oo n tlij tonirue would have i lost interest in the poetic attrihutes of the cellar dor during our A rrf v i bin York DIv if rhib mtainit the IayAsVou that lf in iciilnr i Mi is wa under AmMv JOHNSON IUYS Low from time to timefhal in South that now faced with i U I tiiiir i1n 1 Kst Clift f Ml Iity UiiriKird K V K K Clyl I WiJI M P Tom rvtr Mrs Chirk Kin ley dorion i in a i live Mi iy Tli r u ill Ihc iieiielit of a I the iO public Snppvr at Pine for oy ill irday Tlu t attend A l tr liynin No ir tiif work in vvn he ml ial Imur was rnjoyid Stutly clns at 1 about In other the Assembly appropriate thin year ae cording to recommendations the Governor and being the amount be added the or amount Which in estimated DLW UN amount that will be diverted fnun receipts of the State Treasurer to applied to Stevte mtUriug a total of Furthermore Reprmscotativc A tor McKijmick of Oreenville who w close figtirwr thatther he R shrinkapf in income lax of and shrinkage of receipts other resrular nowces Without gorrvg to trouble of wkrinp it all un If tbese 8r ures correct there is more another million to be provided It has already been shown hy ftg pnblitjhed in The South to vide even and odd Kloi its by
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