You have viewed 1 newspapers today. Please Register in order to view more newspapers.
We are retrieving your image from the archive...
We are converting your image into tiles...
Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - December 12, 1924, Aiken, South Carolina AND SOMEDAYr he the eastern worUfjwiis look w ins forward to the coming of tho time ward jnouncyd this week the forthcomingj when tho herald angels sever been kuikinjr Christmas Day with imhlieation of The J5outh Carolina Glory to highest on AH history of ancieiVtjlpyte cntiver holy songs Let it not The press of the State has mncyd this week publication of The poor and nevily in thehome or in health or in sickness to ri no word of Christmas cheer andi Christmas joy lias been brought the earthecho and reecho on this of a Merrvl cJ in The man ire r at Uithlehem all Christmas hut a Holy tlu nol freight rates and Journal of peace to men jf gtiod circulation to be iasuetl from Bvolll Vuu Kdld tidings history since then has diveigod from a time of frivolity and jollity except 4 4 1U F ff Rriat siiall aJ that sacred spot as they are touched and by this Christmas seiuon men and that lovo which has enriched the city is womTiv iliat lovu which hrouiriiL lo the j iifnMvhsiCinjr served for thepusLlfoUir Ohrretthr for thrir inlluw would Have Large Winterseason in Aikeix pvoiniyt1 to bj of great liveli ness in Uw of sports and al many carloads of fine polo iti have arrived from the North Canada The stables of Winthrope HuThetTorri 11 ttmucliy N Julius FU Ichmtin7i Fred H Crossing m filled wiih fine ahi however find that railroad managenient apd railroad wishes are a department ofour GoYirmment although not listed as such in the Constitution dard will Vie associate editor of i new weekly The South Carolina GazeUe I a constructive journal devoted tfi the The iniustriai times make ffiinkinJE iveces sary willdecide to have a govern in stetul of railroads running the gov eminent This is not said unkindly or by agent of bofshevism The writer has a few thousand shares of rail road stocks a few hundred thou in railroad bonds But it in desirable for railroad men to real isethat it is not going to be mid Summer for ever There is cold weather coming Admirers of the late Theodore Roosevelt will be interested in the made by the authority comprehend in all the ties of Heaven Out of the hand AlmightyGod have rolled the millions the happier your own will the hundreds of millions words sing a new sonjj with SWOP taccordit their ever and hey remember thaijas of the family that a newcomet from the mysterious realms of the infinite ia expected in the Long worth family was Miss Alice Roosevelt Those who have read Gallons Heredity know that thp greatness of the father is handed down through the daughter v ihe The Rooncvelt to be the first issue to appear of January Smith a wide experience ciatcd wth The Colvum1 have charge of the advertising rhaii agemo7it of the paper Walter E Duncan who will ecjrfc The South Carolina Gazette served for the years as Comptroller Gencraj of South Caro lina from which office he is retiring to devotehis time to the publication of journal Prior to his administration as Comp troller General Duncan served as Executive Secretary ty Governor Richard r Manning of South Ci duri subsequently m Your ofthe fact that Ihe uf Day will be the sweeter your own life world msut choose between Christ and with a love for our follow man kindlvUhvtho love of Cod for all niaft 1 kind let Day lie made sac 1 rril to young and old tc rich and poor to the well andtothp sick liy the con secrated devotion unto all that in vceases the Iciyiof jnnnkijul for little children that touches the deepest chord of humansympathy for the sick and the suffering jthat sings si SOUR of gladness the song of Job in ad vance of the Redeemers corning and catches the refrain of the heavenly chorus as it sang Glory to God in the Highest On earth peace to men of good will Reprinted from Manufacturers Rec ord December 20 and give freely of love expressed to the earth to good deeds and good works to all the of mankind poor and suffering with whom you The can come in touch can come in touch times ten thousand Unto whom much has been given o him shall much be pTrtwirighs Inasmuch as ye did it unto one of of these my brethren ye dill doth his it unto successive in Christian Let there he nowhere in our land to nnd in heathen lands alike the story duy a suffering man woman Kuiilers poloiponics iiru lisLed for cVnTlTiVf ofITiirfy WitL I bJs yea r Joy Cottage the old William C Whit ney home will mean a largo contin gent uf ajKjrtsmen r and womuii ftom allsections of tho East and North ns Joy Cottage alwitya filled with tft or luriug the Whitney sojourn New Administration of City elected mayor and city o j i i tuuiicu wre inducted into office Mon ipg the War In 1918 and t sequeiitTy of As W J Moseley succeeded Dave W and the fol Jlpwing compose the new position Editorof Rec November Marked of the Sun By Many Fatalties To Be Visible Here fatalities result ed from accidents on state highways during last month according td the reportof the state highway commis sion just issued There were 114 ac If weather conditions are favorable a total eclipse of the sun will be vis ible in Aiken on January 21 1025 beginning at a and ending at a m York has had The Klrris remodeled during the expected with her daughters on first of January Ridgley Hall cidents in which 39 persons were scri The eclipse will be visible in the ously injured and U received minor eastern section of the United States in a shadow path stretching from east of Rod Lake chased last year by Wirithrope crford has been completely rebuiltto suit th new owners and 1s occupied by Mr Rutherford and ily Nearly every available home in the famous whore the winter colony resides has been leased or bought and many smaller cotfcagea have been taken by parents of the pu pils at the Aikcn Preparatory School and Fermata school of Mrs Josef Hofmann York House Mrs Joseph Letter Washington and Chicago Beach Dr John L Todd Montreal Canada Courtlands George Souther New York William L Thorpe cottage Mrs Shanks Mrs L B Chauvin Mon treal Canada Deadora Hall ick A Snow New York AtticiM Rrown Cottage R Bufffdo N Lorenx Cottage Griswold New York just are for on Michigan part of H rd wiper o eciipse foe many years The pabliBher will be t6iW in every flyinj by the Eleveh poraonB were killed 39 were man Cottage trnl path of the eclipse will run way upbuilding and develop Jesse George was feelected chief of seriously injured und Ct received very nearly through such centers of ment of South Carolina particularly along agricultural industrial and ed Henry Warnacke is night driver of Thore were 38 collisions between It will not enter into ucational lines the fire department lack Barnhil be cbmpetition with any other paper at go 100 Then the railroad as Buffalo N and New Haven Conn The eclipse will motor cars tour being between auto terminate tn the Atlantic Ocean Dr Mary Walker Cared little about fashion but the latest news frrsJ Pjiris would interest her new dress is to be more like trousers than dross a sort Ht jkjr corrtmon with the cumbrraome skirt That impediment WBS all right in tTic hjjrem was born Its all bVrthepiiblic street colixt preventing free move published because it will difi fer from all other newspapers Iw largely a feature sers than dross a sort pj States Department of Agriculture HcnryS Johnson who is well known1 sense will finally asVuy J 4 I cumbprjome skirt hori where he lived for nearly ten raising interesting A ypung man whose people for generations havo not for a living und are there married Worn nil with neffro blood People have hhyays worked hard therefore ahe ia no arbito younp man annoyed by publicity nnd by the Ku Klux throwing Atones through his win dow now sues for annulment of his marriage saying he wan de ceived ns to his brides Face She told him nothingaboutthe blood v the young vvoman iji the the quostion of her con stittitional rights might be taken to the United States Supreme New York State marriages between Africans and whiten The young woman in this cane is nearly white A man in New York could not get a divorce on the ground that his wife had deceived him about a British or Celtic atrain of blood What will the Supreme aay about a few drops blood Atoms of iron BO urn all that you wouldnt notice ten thousand of thorn in the corner of your eye make A roaring noise as they rush to magnet held near them Scientists of the General Elec tric Company have perfected a de that makes the roaringsound Audfhle If thatK possible may we not gome day hear voices of our distant relations on neighbor ling planets It isnt impossible Nothing in impossible that men can imagine Henry Buseh was clerk and treasurer i The following policemen werM Formerly and for many years with minml onu N KUhnrd tho Cooperative Extension Woodward N L J Clemson College and t he United Wnliam W Courtney j The salary if the chief of police at per month The pa years and who has done a great deal of constructive work in the State a man of broad vision who has made Look ftpportuniyl close study of agriculture nut UK aljlo lliank tho od of ounicil pied subject ns pertaining particularK liy to South Carolina will be associate hjs of editor of the paper I luul Connected with i Offices of the publication lire old administration He eongrat ing opeied in Columbia Mr Duncan the newly ehcted Mayor and and Mri Johtison will both continue to I expressed a wish that Aiken would make thiir homes in Aiken and mobiles and railway trains four reelected city j were parked six with other vehicles and seven with other objects north of the British Isles Com munities outside ihi shadow path about 110 miles brond Tin Jasmine Cottage Maurice New York Cottage Fnd H Pos Long N Condwood Cottage R S ii Piudue Cot tage Mrs Juliun Muff Philadelphia Koshank Mr Kugene C Irace naval while iKU lho lin Bethlehem Robert Laird issings nine at s and four ii or at I Aiken Standard will 1 formerly FOX MKKTIM I AT WACKNEU TCKSDAY The South Carolina Hunters Association met in Wevrener Tuesday I with abuitl 150 members n attendance association was brought to Watr ener through the efforus of Lystoi Cuiter and Otis the in charge of local ANTITOXIN TIIKATMKNI1 AVAILABLE IF NKKDBI forward under his administra IlHjlion and gave Mayor Moseley asnr uncc that he would at any time le glad to give him any infirmat that he mighJ have the uf tli city and enoperatje with him in any way Police Wyniun ehainniin ieddings CuOuiian anil Clinseales Streets and Parl ed if e ehaivnian and P H Clover linaiKe lieen Cushmai I AVynian ani J Opera H I man Pr ing chairman H lllnifdge H Hover hair Fortytwo cars were overturned 2i weie jiriven off the road svere Minnesota it will he about miles seriously damaged W were j Cottage W Russell owner of slightly damaged Six horsedrawn South Carolina needs yovif help iaiCrare of New vehicles were damaged and three I controlling liny Christ Stevens Cottiipe Mrs Howard Cuab were killed and one injured mas Soul N Y I lAon Pittsburgh Pa Iluiv were wo j NS j OuTc Cottage Bayard Tucker NKW WlNTKlt Kurms The i Notk Icoclitte Gallatin Wyoming broken tor the vr NeW York iiven HOHSW Harold Fiftyseven of the 1f he new winter home llayne i Williams East Islip N Hahn 7 curred in the daytime and after and Mrs William T Cottage S Hryce Wing Westbury dark Seventyfiiui were on straight j pj km svho Store Cottage Harry T Mc roads on turvis II on paved of Aiken forKeaiie South Hamilton Roof anrt Slon unjiaved road many years past anl niany IVee Cottagi Malcolm Stevenson no of the wire friends here led New York The Oaks reported as caused by careless dnv The iew Pit k in home wil lieinnlt of Henry C Clark Crossing Jl liy speeding IS liy i lek and wsll lie the Mayflower Cottage Nathaniel ni dmt II liy luinein the Idyt a New Hoods Ijine headlight lighis or hiiildiiiir which formerly Mrs A Craham Howdoin Ijlit one of the road and on ihe Idylwnod lot wailima led Phdadel phia Cottage Sam eight hy of the car in make rnim u 1 Tucker New York Pirnhaven killed jl vh h i 11 Mr Mmy oliman Philadelphia raihxav trains roll I i u i M e r ami KiU wtie wa Nl I I N York Wilds Coltae djiMM with a lieori Prides Cross ing wa v h e l i WiHiam Tall M I TO A IJ1CA Mi I aeir inin iiis liatilord The Windows Mrs lOK CMKISTMAS CJI ii t i Jlrunlve Diayer Niw Yvirk Ouk w ne Mr Klieit New York Dr C HalKlnrmer health officer Shule led IJox Party at While Pond for Aikcn county calls attention to the fact that the health department j i has on hand about thirty treatments I of mixture for the i prevention of diphtheria This is the 1 entire amount of serum available for the next few months and parents with children under ton years if age should i avail themselves of this opportunity to protect tluir children John H Smoak Dead i Friends of Wm Smoa I J him in the death of his John H Smoak which it j St Matthews on Do Tinlvr 11 Ihp dc Sluilei chairman Ktheredge HcallhW K ihair nian 11 F Wyrnan and K Shuler MorrisFanlk 11 1 laulk if Kllenton and fiss Lillian Morris of Cloarwater were united in marriage liy Kev Thus Walker at the parsonage of the lr church Mrniilay December I I ai a m Mr and I are at home t their in llien tin lil lie i inei1 ilLr of all oi k ii Aiken and vicinity in the ret roomof lie Hank of Western Iaiolina Tiiesda Decrniber Id a 12 for lie purpoM1 of pianning jointly Chritmas cheer tile pour and Tiiiinrvtiiig most ifnportatil i he formed to Let fnciiiei lunili1 of Gov IN I Gondwin TO TIM HKKI ki e A i ham York Pebiile Lei ce i iiLie Mr New York v a n Major llilfh i i a n I nek N I Iniie 1 K Henry at the Cotraje Kiieh ieni ial mi lejm nl roiirt v e N Tne Pillai s will ho a box party it White coasod was 70 years of and for Pond school house next Thursday j be lust been rend red Peccmhcr IK The proceeds j helpless through a stroke of para will go for the benefit of tho The public is cordially invited j thews lysis The interment was S Mr and Josef Hofmann and Miss loscfa llofmann recently returned to America after pending the summer inorths in are expected to ai rive in Aiken I lake rare of all needy vases 1 halted with liaving II Mead DaVlon Oillo Schlll prever duplication A nvone interest Mu n his e i m boeffer C Oliver Isehn New 1 ed i to attend the meeting and n iince and found and New York Ihe Tlioe knowing of persons famiiie guilly ealiny h cut ence M r K Vaiiflerbilt N asiUaiite slnnild report r h i pnreiieiis Ihe priotier Harry Payne Whitley ame t Mr Hock a the Red tin tale wiihiul The S of Mrs Ilof ti pieced iii Aiken jad Hi and ihe Aiken Preparatory ShentV S hooi und Headmasler Fr derick him i ihe county chaingani tor A M Talor of London are fill e mi lie i to pay a tine of ed svilh children of the society on toik of the and North and their and vUarilians as a rule come for children clinic in jH roiin In Suin Carolina last year Tuner dwn lo part of the season at i ties and workers upport for killed persons maimedthe iiotels which have full at Sanatoria cost and liled for th month of January for vour in of home Feorua iy and March ordrr that hev may in foljlil In I ll tetll iiII of meet In South Carolina year is Seuli provided liealth education
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.