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Aiken Journal And Review Newspaper Archives Nov 24 1920, Page 1

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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - November 24, 1920, Aiken, South Carolina Aka Elvies in Joxen coukt5t r Lii it to 24 1920 were tote friends of the later Cornish Long with this Community and since 1917 in charge of the sea Home the following sketch of his life and work by Bishop William a Guerry in the november Issue of the diocese the Rev Andrew Ernest Cornish departed this life at the Riverside infirmary Charleston s on tues Day october 12 in the 59th year of the 35th of his ministry All of which with the exception of four year were spent in his own native state and diocese he was born at Aikenton Decem Ber 4 1861 his father the Bev John Hamilton Cornish Many years Rector of St Thaddeus Church Alken his Mother Martha Sarah of Edisto Island one offs Brothers the Rev Joseph j Cornish Rector of Christ Church Valdosta him of mar corps guilty to p in q4v Kea fenced to Mont Lis the fitted states pee Iten in Atlanta the leniency of the sentence came in the term a f a Al 1 who fete excepting the defendants themselves the attempted robbery occurred on the South Carolina Side of the Sav Annah River and or c m Randall Weir known in Alken was the Man recognized Hart on the streets of Augusta Harts arrest Lead to the arrests of the other two men and finally the confession of the three Derrick and Quattlebaum Are Well connected in Alken and Lexington counties Catinat fhe Porter military Academy and his College Edu cation at the University of the South Carolina graduating fro the latter place in 1ss5 from Sewanee he went to Gran Neville s c taking charge of the Mission there to St Johns run Naining there in jul 1906 when his wife health compelled him to leave Char Leston while in Charleston he conducted the sheltering arms in Charleston and on Morris Island where hundreds of women and children were cared for and Edu cared he also found Charleston the Day Nursery which was later taken Over by the Kings daughters and also the Church Home orphan age from 19 061 90s he was Rector of St Pauls Church Summerville from 19 0819 10 he lived in spartan Burg acting As Archdeacon of the coloured work from j 9 01 91 2 he lived in abbe Ville being in charge of the churches in Abbeville Lai Irens and Newberry from 19121917 he was Rector of St Johnby these Tampa Fla while in Tarm Pahe worked in a number of nearby missions and the Church at Espiritu Santo Springs Fla also he was at the head of the associated charities in Tampa charge of the snare fans Home Munita Lii it Catherine Fairbanks daughter of Kilis wife and escapes David Hickson coloured farm labourer near Hawthorne shot and instantly killed his wife tuesday night of last week while she was endeavouring to escape from him it Hickson had abused Ian Ottna its h and left him and was living with her 3 year Oid child in another Section of the Community it is alleged that Hicks Oil called at her Cabin and tried to induce her to return to him and upon her refusal he shot her through the heart dead on the floor and her 3 year old child lying across her body Hickson made his escape after the kiting he is described As being about 6 feet tall nearly Coal Black and with two upper Teeth covered with Gold at Willie Cobb the negro Porter for the company store at Clearwater shot Mumford Walker through the Eye with a single barrel shot gun last thursday evening in a dispute Over a woman the men became engaged in a Row and it is alleged that Mumford knocked a razor from v ran the hand of Cobb who then Back in to the store and secured the gun the weapon used was a new one and was taken from the store Stock one of the shots entered walkers Eye Are lodged in the Back of his head and he serious condition at Hospital Augusta town Constable j b Moyer a lies now in a the University scythe instill threshing fryor i Csc giving thanks Brall gel Ojea r for siylviirbreathe1 a Sheffe in midst in alien for Hoyc will be h or at your feet on yonder where Rani Sweet and plaintive Sira i h sounding the Brilliant cadence of the year she gleans along the hedge for love again her to your breasts and still the fear v that pales Check and fire with passion Eye the tainting Blush bid the pineal darts Flash Forth her joyous glance th2itillyc an d love wildflower in y our i carts a m t s nov Ember 1920 Bank of Western no editors journal and review it reported that Many people believe that the present tightness in the Money Market in this Section s the sout nera Banks having sent their Money North to be loaned at her rates of interest among the Banks said to be doing this is included the Batik of Western Carolina it is True that last Winter when our Farmer friends All had Money in the Bank raid were not borrowing in o f s to a Columbia and Charleston were temporarily and could not use its funds the Dirk of Western Caro Lin placed considerable amounts in new Yorken Short time Loans these Loans were renewed but at the tors were again needing help All this Money was culled in and loaned in South Carolina at a lower rate in addition to this a much larger sum of new York Money was brought Down to help carry our customers through the hard summer months at the present time the Bank of Western Carolina has no Money loaned at the North but All of its More than three million dollars of Loans Aro made to people in South Carolina with the exception of a few Small amounts loaned in Augusta Georgia this has probably Bren the ence of most of the Southern Banks and instead of Bruno they de the Dex broken up paraphernalia alleged to have been used by a local Syndicate to swindle traders out of since the Middle of october was seized today in raids by b of another raid tonight it was stated that Worth of narcotics had been taken the raid this afternoon followed yesterday Atra Powers with operating lapping scheme and staging races Abe Powers a Young than police his s seas lodged a cell Fri Day about noon Fol caving complaint by m e Holley of s that her had been swindled out of on fake horse races 1 or Holley told the that a cattle dealer of Alken s had made the acquaintance of Powers in Atlanta last week and that Powers had promised Large returns on in sur tip horse racing Chomor where he is said to have operated in Kansas City said that following Lamars advice he came to Atlanta monday and lost on Powers scheme or Holley said that Powers claimed to have the inside dope on certain horse races and that he had fake and All the other paraphernalia needed to Erate the scheme Powers was taken in custody on buckle Street where he was seen an dec on i sed b y m o i Ley he stat lbs charged with suspicion he refused to give a statement to newspaper men when seen in his cell just exactly where he had his head Quad his scheme was work Joel is Uncertain but the police sex to have Complete information who was held in default of Bond on information Given by m 12 Holley an c who about him journal bets on bogies no men suspected with the Tion of the fake bets in the raid but half a dozen men who were patrons or prospective ones were taken in custody when i entered the rooms after the had taken the place a Complete array of Telegraph wires bulletin Board bogus1 Money and articles was seized the raid tonight in which wan seized narcotics was in another part of town no arrests made As the place was vacant when lifter de journal Akk mks 1iunt a Gro slaver it Erk mrs of guest of her son or w Cor a Deglel miss Ruth lie is Days last week in aim with re serve credit for Tho stoutly help they rested Cobb and placed him in Sven their customers h m do president Bank of Western Una in Jaji Friday Paul Johnson the Lati Burg Democrat or Norman m v ular and efficient Rashir of Hui i hunk with mrs spent Day friends and relay Yves in air and with several automobiles filled with Saluda cities passed through Aiken last sunday in a Hunt for ebb Cul breath the negro who shot and Deputy sheriff Webber cd wards last saturday Salvia i sheriff Sample wired Over to sheriff Howard giving a description of Cul breath and the Aiken county Sher Iff aided in the search in and around i j Eureka Al which place the negro Slayer is reported to have been seen j monday morning a party of White men from Vaucluse brought in an Drew Jay of no iop York Strei Aiken As a suspect but Tii mans identity was proven and he was per mined to depart Jay was very much excited us he tallied somewhat to j the description of Culbreath the sent by sheriff Sample de scribes Mil As bang s inches in height weighing 200 pounds Coal Black and bearing Star of a Burn on his left Cheek i Deputy sheriff 1m wards was killed i while Ryiant to tit i this Home 10 Miles from Saluda about the following recently been ecov4bct clerk of Phil up acres Ami John Frev k s Assie Yand 2oj3p is Mills to Thomas r v Franklin to a p Buo Anks All right and title to is acres joining c h Mathias Harriet Bryant and others w j Moseley to milled a and Rosalie Clark lot on Sumter Street Aiken Solomon Roberson to Aiken lumber oho acre joining the right of Way of the Southern rail Way Aikens outskirts eld Recle Moseley to Aiken bet lot joining Sou railway right of Way Aiken City outskirts mrs Jimmie Quattlebaum wife of m j h Quattlebaum to Morgan c Allutto 15 acres in Rocky Spring township Veter Hall to Corlos interest of land 3oining and Permella boat Wright 5250 mrs Jimmie Quattlebaum to car los Boatwright interest in 30 acres joining g and others real estate and guaranty to Jake Gantt lot in town of j v Steedman to Mary Steedman 10 acres in Rocky Spring joining Annjo Smallwood and others 200 j p Bell trustee for Beatrice Bell to p Ginter lot and i improvements in Burnett town Entla h Roper to William an Drews to j2 acres joining John Matthews Cook Mckie and others in the Sweetwater Belvedere Sec Tion John f wih fms to Lucy Daffa House and lot on Florence Street Aiken City g by Lay braid to g t Lybrand two lots on West Side of new hol land f n j y Steedman to Bertha Glover in acres in Rocky Spring township 10 0 1 v stood Man to Ashton Hailey in acres in Blocky Spring township 3uik1 j y Steed Man to Ashton Dai Ley 0 in Rocky Spring town ship joining Revy Steedman part of the estate of the late to 5 u 0 Mary Ashen a boy j e Sewanee she died january 6 leaving four Chil Dren capt Geo r f Cornish u s a Sarah Catherine Cornish Gertrude Cornish Bull and Ernestine Faith Cornish his second wife Kato warning Simons of Summerville survives him he also built while Charles ton the first time St James Church James Island where he and is first wife Are buried and of which he was Rector at the time death of his 5l1 Isth record of the noblest and most unselfish lives it has Ever been my privilege to know Langley i game but who gut in lieu file in the j in North 17 s courts was acquired of the charge of White slavery last week in Augusta before Federal judge Evans Johnson was de fended by col Sam l Oliver and John Edwin stans Finkl the Lang Ley Man is now with the great new York team spent or and mrs c d Kennedy arrest j new pastor aim Iysis past finds potato House o k Extension Horticulturist g p Hoffman of Clemson College spent last saturday in Aiken looking Over the new potato House at the Farmers i j the new House has a capacity of bushels and attains about bushels of potatoes Ernest Cornish was Che Friend of j or Hoffman found the House bulk my boyhood Days when students together at the holy com Munion Church Institute since known As the p we were in modern fashion and the potatoes curing nicely he will return next agent e a we were Toj d Kyzer with pruning and spray1 Gether at Scaneo and later under ing in Orchard work county next wednesday the Providence of god we and wore As 4n the work of the Church of this Dio Cese during All these years there was next wednesday or Hoffman is booked to a talk before the members of the Aiken agricultural club on pruning and As this is Bjork most no Man in the diocese for when 1 interesting and apropos at this a higher regard and is Nisonson a Large number will no doubt i 1 Alor has i be of Sacri Cinn unselfish been to me a greater help and inspiration he was known whore Ever he went As the Friend of the poor and no matter what his Paro Chial Carp Wirt and his patties always went out in those in on a three hand to hear the discourse the will Case of Hankinson Burn Eft will be Hoard before judge of i probate Webb on thursday a Cernier 2nd seven lawyers have j been by the parties interested in Tho Case and the heart Ling will probably last two Days Hiram Cook to c Alvan of for valuable consider ii i i c g and t h will joins the h of v k t so undivided in jt4ntitot Avenue or Hodosi Church i Jar i in i y acres Honio place of j frn Ptiip who was lust we Champ Ilece Asril 4 s Johns methodist Church Aiken at j k o mayor to f Martin the i per conform nor arrived in i it in town of Khanton on j Asken last saturday and Delft Ore t n this opening Sermon sunday morning j r d Viniam Turner lot at Bis new charge sunday Camink in town kilo non 74 fool on or Hodges at uni at mrs Hodges and children hush of Newberry to John no in Alken some Day this week am o f Levodie has just r no him to a Vitt Lohr of Columbia s to Beer mrs j g Johnson in Louse and lot in town of Salley l a Dorr to mrs Ida m Hill of Richmond county lot joining Shep Hightower in on Fairview j3no 1c in j m Stephens Arros in sleepy hollow j m h b Stephens f Utts on Aik Barnwell Road sleepy hollow township i arrs l a whirr to a in Iain o n i Gano c median h wit c h l in to 1 h l Sirios Mont Writht an r All Rich is in it or car Mirphy Shinler to Simon Slaw r Shaw Lor and i n to t r frs Auriel r mrs r i i re or Init Noti Tomu g i m i f m holy 1 m f to j bus i

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