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Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - February 6, 1925, Aiken, South Carolina Vol 10 Loujtr AIKKN SOUTH CAROLINA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 6 Credits For Farmers a fence mwtinjc of At F K of Agricultural declared that the daFhad of Spirit Shitty i 14 The of tfee perfwv given fey the Charkatn Society for the Savmnrah January31 isrof great in Wr to secure cheaper Society Jftill give a jwrformanco at andlonger credits foi production pur the Altfun February 14 j for of tljg n hjmjt4 ef af Hart v file oiKVied the if TKrm credit in this country and t5ie in cloai coiKise stcps PaBto Casals Opens Pro Arte COTTAGE DIRECTORY the farmer can md mustlake if he himsuifii flu cheaper now made possible thixtugh the Fclcral Intermediate Banks recently the farmerhas ter of securing money for production pinposes Tho neecUor commercial JaneJudge a member of the staff of the Savannah Morning News wrote the foHbwingin that ntws paperafew daysagro thte sfceoii d time the ton Society for Preservation of a Savannah of thoil time loans gave rise to our system of commercial banks The main source of money was from the snwll de positors which necessary that loans of such bunks fVr short peri ods Science has made it possible to pVed up productionin industry but in agriculture the same number of days are required to mature an ear of corn or to bring an animal to birth und maturity Thefarmer must therefore have longer credits than those necessary hi industry The Fed eral Land have supplied credit necessary for purchasing farm lamls but it has for the Interme diate Credit Bank to furnish money for production purposes iHinnnnl said that ia most com munitios this banks ware the lead in helping the farmers to setlire loans However whore banks are not sympathetic and refuse to aid the farmer it is still possible for farmers to s enure money from this farmers may form a local of their of old spivituals in the Municipal last eve ninp A year ago they sanjrlt the on of their first ttutsidc Charleston genuine was the impressionthey made at that time the audience that greeted them last night bore witness It was a big audience and an enthusiastic one This chorus of men and women to whom the life and tradition of the old plantations of the seascoast are a familiar tale are performing a very real the folk lore of the South in preserving in their original form and interpreting in the tradition al style August Tt r Mrs A O Bowdour Md Colinum Philadelphia MrsEdJth Maiming Albany N Y Huvrii Mis M K Cottage Palmette Inn Cottaten tukiM New Yotk Hum KIlhu Root Jr York Dr Matmurphy 1 Wle Augustus I Goodwin IWo r R Jtt A Urahim M Its k UK Mrs James Rhett U1 M j K Mrs Hrooks Thayev NYw Ynrk The Collage 1 host owning ami occupying their G Taylor New York Rye 1lltth Pter Philadelphia Roberts Mscs Gautier and Now 11 i i Unreiue Dolan Pluladelphia Caljco Cottage i Pebble W T Pitkin C House Vork j Chus Uranson j MfK TO Wright i N J ne avenue N Ugoiu d Grace Hethlehem Pcnn i Lloyd Philadelphia Pa j Bonnie David j Mrs Chas U Soutter H Howard Buffalo N V ids Iowa omberg Cottage Mrs Sheffield Phelps Aiken H S Allison ButFalo N Attieus i IIin j Fivderick A Snow NVw Yoik De Hitchcock New York Cluro v Hopkins Smith Falmoutb Fore ifl ranklin V IV orm an nurpronp n tradtion J Hopkins Smith Forx al stylo primitive hymns As Pio Arto whch such a success pitsiiu him for his fifth tour KM PlttshurKli Pa Mouso Ml AuRUstme Smythc lender of the j last year will open the season with i i which wit take him from i K Byors ilttxHurvch Pu BycM chorus and its spokcsmiiji Raid the UoiKfiL byPttblc Casals Cellist ut Havana and as far wtl as Delias 1r spirituals were the native expression tthe A ikvn Opera ivu I Thu oominj of C sils is i O York Pf the rchgiouH fwlinir of thencjrroes at oclock KehruaryJSth as nno of tlu Ifoslon i i rui i as one ol the music lml 1abio asknovvlcdgcd by features of the season for while Ml The Society fortho f liTWnHisSdnns nn on three vioiinniu piano other Preservation of Spirituals is nttemptj is thejr re ate 1 violonoillKt Van cmh claim mUr i Dierks New Y Harry Payne Whitney New York and most successfully to preserve j alive IIHM for past decades oc preters when anu of the vlo not only their form the strange j copied a position unique in the miisiloncelh knows but one great minors and harmonies the primitive I cal world in that hhas no challengers House Mrs K TSC Philadelphia T mime Pahlo Casals poetry of the words and the accomj and all uit lirrced that with his According lo lrit Cr clapping and j instrument lie is supreme m a inherent lart Uor Vernlrel Tar drawn n Spain Casals inherited from j The followim lress are i who was the local organist j evidence of his is sti1 the prince of e C n oioi i ler is Jaus the musician has ever Phelps Nurki i Si Smith New Ymk powler p Ml Kiscii N Y A M Tubor Kngland Tabor d H Chipchasc AK Y 1Olt Land or personal propcr folk mitiTc mKh chorus negro us that cmm1 it wiw warpTcserrtuTi T world where his him the G opening ol the Citizens Military Lamp Fourth Juljt 2 and JuHy 31 John May aii ceilisix I1 amiuuth Mi Hock 1 p it so so IKKV N field artillery Fort s Florida coast artillery mfatttty AN i PLI L v r p ui HI nis riritiing mm wci uivi Ttot ir implcmeiilsr The Although Mr Smyrna numi is l familiar and tluil Pablo Cabals not have to TilTViuJoPsiutv amn v11 tii1 honors ontniiuridn tn raiitd vbiiiiil K and Former Judge J K Peurtfy is teur and laid no claim to domain of m wa ident of one was willing llis f America in Chared V i Niw itself a guarantee of business like Lu deny this later slillemcnt that il writable was haril work not to accept his dial Cation and years bis recitals llr i i i if Mr declared that farmers i to up to the stage and try Boston and Chicavo have bc irnaie i idjyer nf s ruined in every county in the Stato with the1 contagious was the rhythmic always drawn lionses insii unieiu Wilii him ihe frut un of exception of Aikeu had iutvrvsled clapping and patting however that account of bis activities in nis i 11 rl himselves in forming local audience eivuld koup still and Vc he is the fniind JMH nt lipr Aikon scimn to luive all ihe i many feet timeunjojiEciously iin in the city of and ihe money il needs but i tn be rhythm of thr songs half cirnn of a symtjhiny wbied r keen in tmvh with ns Imt lir I ha M chailtvil and ieil I PV I1 i vi I i i r i i T will i n s Moiureal Tan L H 1r r lV oHic I nrsl in i CTP f vil i i n the e at Hlc ni tin 1inley lo Irench il man 1 lmfy of Smidiiv moniifiiat i a r fur I iin v l p keip iii touh with for tinday chanlvif and accompanied cume when we can be of service to bodies In Ihe sense in r said Mr Himiant 1O 1 S LC11 1M iDlTiiiiii IINSU 11 k i i j r net n with lucied with informality But there American and i c i PH grit jlird iins arc urged U g IIP ipp 11 i Mil ut larmeis Srnythe spake perhaps limited time Of lal lias re i i in oiming imateuis The program was con served three a hi i in toiicb with lueted with informalitv But there and I Mr Hinmuit and he will be glad distinctly a more professional ef Musical Hunaii furnish details and in forming lo than last year an elYcct gained part by the uniform custumes of t Id N JCNIOIt cai associations Pvesiilenl Branson ol the vilie Company was i present and made a short talk ID the club in which he slated that he liiVtd it would be mutually profit able for tJe farmeis and manufacturing in of Aikeu iouniv to the women white frocks with an old fashioned touch in fichus i cast a glamorous cobuover the cs grouped quaintly together against a of bushes Many not given last year were suiiK Smile or tuother favor1 TUIIAL WINS I hri e N fi rii Shot S U lay l i 11 Wlr rether The prisidenl is a son of Dr K C Brarisii of ihe Inivcr sity of North ihe greatest Rural in America Mr Branson that his 1r WU Hui Dr would probably vhii ls Ml f lhrl1 IP very ct dramatic n anil form A i k may be to Club aMiKU HUMAN ffKAH KOLN se of Mr Smylhe ex ca h dub m Aiken the Jll1rls annoui i LI u v l l i 11 i ti M i I J 11 N I A fvA OLNI plained but In andieme nn Uu Wlt klc IN JAR NEAR AIKKN u of he work now be if don anvnig tin of tin piality If anything I a bui ion To in eil Moulder chorus or tne cjiiantv II anytning s A human head found in an airtight by County Agent ll oarthen urn uneaFthel in a highway ujvrn 1 he judges M iss Claudia Phelps A u n near here Tuesday was Wednesday the and H Siu ler reviewed Wl lilir s II i j T subject of an investigation by physi Vh uls u i Han to determine whether i was Lu had enrollment Al1 of u man or a woman harm thing w 1 f Mate I h UTienthe urn was opened and the program at meeting at Ul11 Jfiui n jiiveo ir r th head exposed to air the fbsh crvimp at pictiis and led ItaVinir rmlv ttie boies teeth and records and renorts and exhibits at Additional i i NlA Ii DK I K KIM K iS ON III ON DIT10NS 1 rip C uiitj M le U Live I iallat in W i i 11 Tiu d Ka t 1 N i v i 11 M i i S Wins in in 1 labii aji i i J i a ileii ii r i Im nn otd v A ira wn up and HIT I ijji rfullv i i i IT 1 leaving only the bones teeth and records and reports and exhibits at It was buried just ludow the K u amans Sponsor rkll an surface of the road and was unfartlivd Kiwanians were disappoinled with an I SIO percmi Downer by the pick of a workman Thursday not having James I Cu was veoond 7f and per Beuiah Cluli came iti for honorable Harry T McKean Si HIM S of in nHHrei Mr Jackson bail t lnv The head was unearthed by work men under Foreman 1 A hl present but was called away on Salley Musuella arrant A letter from him was read1 Hawthorne and Monetta Ill discussion The lirt of to Mc lowed The matter was referred to the for use in improviiaint nf the rommittee With inst ruction Club or School The Second is 111 lebrilal and ndi 1 n vis lo arranire a special meeting tt which in i ash llounrr are thai a large number f he Id and Superintendent W engaged in digging clay near Storm Branch with which to lill holes l iuld in the AugustHAikcJi highway Mr Pcnrone of Philadelpbiji Mil and Irank lev Jr K il Nw iia ut A Shaw IM i n Ma en members will tinjf his father Dr Ieiirose time Mr Jackion will he aked to ad Cnurty drenKiwamais and otheriutere ted rollment for next year wmk will be member Itichai d r blir iji iiipp man new 1iaje Mr lield iJDivN I Ti I iaiii i bn 1 n a exhibit V MI lay i nary 1Ma af S j v i Paroh llouv Mi Pheps r d MI of Ma A tiiciiia n pKfuiv Ihe la Id ii I is pee pa Mii td KI ilan pattire ra ii in s AiKen N Cuiiiiiy idiKatiorial pu A nMiring taken t i u i ir t fo Lantern
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