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   Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - January 2, 1925, Aiken, South Carolina                                After 18 years faithful and HA ins tendered his resignation to the Tec of Farmora is alarftet noefa STOVELEAGUERS according WO THAT Kit at n auction of Aiken eoun ty S UM towt persons were seriously 275 Deceived January by Overiurning andculJluUng eni taiattes being due to automobiles that overturned and 21 to colliding development m accidents at 18 pedestrians the the influence of and speeding werethe principal causes of many accidents were caused by careless driving by accord the ed by the North Augwta Land Com would hisvLl bungalow colony costmg hi tKe original Hampton Tenrace Hotel tfee AogtistaAilwn vfavfcAs worked indefatijfably kotthe the big devwlop tetter Mar architect the r financier said he would oh the Btfcf w of and he ad Jackson to take certain pre liBiinary atepu with reference gnuKnr work on the site of the new which will probably called the Hampton Hlthousyh it will not be locKtedOHtbecito rrf nal Hampton Terrace numireds of people come to admire hjm for his spirit of courteous aervkethat his daily flir services as have confidence in the ty of the and1 have been an set not to be jJollars and Gardner was born June on a f a f m i n Chantjebuni bounty but aevernl miles further on the same It is expected that the new which will contain five hundred rooms and be will be ready for occupan by January There will be three golf polo indoor and will be one of the greatest hotels and will to thousands more pep pte each year who are unable now to since the Bon Partridge Inn and otn are filled to overflow Thehighway department inaugurali ed in the system of collecting statistics regarding acci dents for the purpose of securing re liable information OK to prolific causes of accidents and what can be done to provide against Not Every Road showed an in and month despite the heavy loss in life and by no meiuis all the accidents on South Carolina roads are recorded in thb for the fig iires are for state highways and do not include accidents on county at the ageof moved to with his He attended tke public schools of Charleston until the horrors of Civil War drove Gard ner family as refugees to the old near In Gardner then a boy of eniixtod in the As the of Johnstons he took part the retreat from Savannah to memory of that memorable march in the rainy days of 18Afi still remains with Gardner ait one of the horrors of civil It d Pro Arte fng during the busy season and many because they cannot get the oeaifrner of and He trips to the hotel Theptam for expected that the name of the Jun tractor will he announced Marshalls arrival o in and many city The fa I ONLY SIXTEEN LVNCH1NGS IN AMEKICA IN 1921 tmlities may have exceeded on Aiken is looking forward keen pirsons were lynched in highways alone the hundred given anticinatiri toward of the the smallest number in anyyear have been it was of Mrs announcedSbyHhe department of Boisy Carter Shot By Officer Cleckley for as Robert engineer in Pro Arte of points out The Pro the conception fatalities include wily those occurring Jofiof has given to Aiken a ovds and research erf Tuskegee rinsu lit the times of accidents or short ortain It in Lulc ln was shot and mortally wounded December said in speaking of his followed the artillery and the mud knee At night we slept in Food wus After the Civil spent two years at Graniteville in general merchandiso store of Hardin The next a PUSH t at M bode Ty of those persons auguraled last year with the recital serioualy injured may have of enjoying a most Motoiv said the co 17 less 33 rotor Thursday by Policeman John is reportedto have been caux later from their The rejwrt follows in ltAeeeFdmgto reports by tiwre were accidents oatarring state high ways in the 12 December 19247 him1 dtod pxraoiife 189 injured and 572 Those who had the opportunity last year of enjoying ttae who tinder Pro are their patronage to iti keeper in a Nine of the victims wera taken from WILL OF MORGAN HOLLEY BEING CONTESTED IYbnmry JKtli and minor i 4th There were collisions between motor 12 of them being parked 71 with other vehicles and with other Two hundred and eightyseven cars Up to two well knovnt artists aj Mischa It is hoped that vciituuly the Wo ols Ckibs of Aiken will take over hands of the it is irel qftcy outside The there IS in which officers of lal law prevented compihilion the offensis charged Criminal 5 u Hearings before Magistrate Ifciborn j overturned IK were driven olf1 Aik and Judge Webb have in pro cess for duys to test validity of the will of Morgan the road were seriously damaged lhe land 307 were ulijfhtly Forty three borsedrawn vehicles were the Pro All over the country the cultural influences are being spon sored by wijrnins and with its opportunities and re should not fail to calch The will was dravvn in Ir2l and aged 18 horses or mules were and eight were provided that Steve Holleya children should havethe use of the Th that Steve Hullcy should that At tirade Crossings There were 25 accidents at railway Til at public road The will stated that and JW on inat Four hundred and seventythree of the accidents occurred in the day time ami J27 after Six hundred and twentytwo were on straight 189 on 1118 on paved roads and son of Morgan who now contests the had been provided Hearings five being held to make the proponent to the Steve prove the will m form by examining all wit nesses to the Ashley Holley Three hundred ami fiftysix of tin claims that his father Morgan Holley t accidents were reported as careless 1KB by by recklessness due to Holley H4 on unpaved Thre is rupre and represented by was unduly1 attorney unting Ashley Holley is Sawyer to the sijtiiiiK nf ihr are Grady Cll IN T1IK JORCK or HAUN by no lights or ir by deiecti of the IiV defects of roail and wh llas h the efficient clerks Hahtv for sometime to Grccnvjllt where l business for himself Arthur Beard of by Ilnhn and to store will j Will Of Ihe 100 1 Vw 1 killid in eighl of the aviideiUs at railway 1 were killed when i automobiles by eullisitni with when cars ove three while on or near car at rest two win mi truck iiy when thrown from three when iar from over bend bridirr and IS were The fiilalili s inclmli only tliose oc M Lewis Ilratlwell Passes Caroline Dnrr wife of Lewis Hradwell died very suddenly at lier home last Friday morning about after having been ill only a few Though Hradwol had been iti ill health some her death ciune as a shock to the family ard 7li Vears of having been horn in but had been a resi dent of Aiken almost half a Hradwell was an unusual woman her eoiiiK has not only griived her lint her many friends as She is survived by her and thnr McCaiii of Oakley Miss Mable I SVilliams of and din1 Ralph furr of At The scrvics ere fniii 1 residincc on Kichland Sanntiay a f e IHMII the crimimil J 1 killini dflicer of Hit1 2 sultinjr attackinu 1 killing nnn in I wounI iiuf The stages in which lynching i 1 ti jLriven by follows 1 1 I South I 1 I I All lynched w n muri accoiiliiiv to the Yimni Suiiety Cnutiimenl Kujoys Daiicc Ihe fill held in A ilei i Imix time was thai trivin Moiniii v at the Aikji Hotel by Barter was a called io public Double for two or and v Augusta hut no hopes arc Ori tertaifaed for hi Kleckroy called Sheriff thi telephone and surrendered to L Give men of Aiken iliitient n the ladies who ibini a Christ i The fnaimit tee Fabian r 1 Me i n r n v i I J lil I wele ohll A riail ami Wilson a furijihed by I lie1 11 u v of ofi John 1 ytcrian j tiierson i tl id t ad i u 1 huich Me i fill vacancy made by family will occupy the near upper Hayne which is under and lulonging to Julia I y a lime of the accidents i James rtly of ihosipersons has A reported as injured may havij Ti floral was lain finm their AT WINDSOR MAiicAiurr cicorcii siiii lie re in a Mil NDKK Colored People Dick a well man and highlj respected passed away at his home here December 2lthrafter several The funeral services Mar jyuit who passed away at Columbia Thursday were Saturday afternoon at former homv of Crouch was the widow of the SiiiiitT McMillaii of and belt Charley and Julius Peip iiso of that an under bond for at he term tc session1 court at Aiken in The white friends as well the of Joe Tolnnd were greivcd over mniden denth December He wan well havmijr worked with the Aiken Ice Company driver for nearly and was in her with the killing of Luther Surviving are her who was fournl IVter of one daughMead some weeks with a bulle of nrd three Hani gun of Lola Kelly Robert and Mrs W H Jackson of and were Christ and Claronco of 1 of Kdwurd Shulir in Drurnmond spent j in u ty lirc tire iyni with all it on he of near Die city lire departnunt I and chire bv llle Theloss estimated il The origin of the is as a in a country school in the vi cinity what is now known as Plun kellf and as Treasurer Alien Evidently the task of an educator then wasnt an easy for Gardner as recall ex 1 liku i lie Kvidently it wasnt an eriy jhiiie help shape the younx ouls back in that day and As Treasurer of Aiken i Gardner found his work j more and be held lion for eijiht years until he was eall 1 ed lo assume the work as cashier of lhe larmers anil Merthants As a public ser vice wore sutixfrutory ard there are many who say that he could have spent his life in the Treasurers office i if he had so With a pub 1 lie ofliee wes indeed public In the position Gardner iiirries with him the best writes of his assoeiatis in the nd the li more whom bus so fail hlully A life of In man11 more years or i s sue lat for liiir l MASONIC LODGK OIIK KUS NOTKl IO SIKM WINIJCU IN on OVoiMAN MM Tn bucco mngiiftlr of Noith and Jeorge Kidftk king of New unlmknown to oacli on Oie day announced of their to charivy educational Dulre guvo and The had formerly fivpn famous novel ii and accompanied by is to Aiken Monday r i Poilla to be quests of Hopkins Sniui the month it January Iebixiary at hitters home lar The famous hor no mwcomrr to having enjoyiM v here on a numbtrr of former oc i I ard S r liavr iiturned from 1   

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