Aiken Standard, December 19, 1924

Aiken Standard

December 19, 1924

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Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - December 19, 1924, Aiken, South Carolina Vol. IO. No. 30—Tenth Year. VIKEN. SOUTH CAROLINA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER IO. 1924 Price 5 Cents GASTON BANK WILL PROE ABL Y BE REOPENED FOR BUSINESS BY HEALTH DEPARTMENT HAS GOOD WORK TO HS HOIT THE STATE BANK EXAMINER ' ~~  'conditions better THAN PRE-WEEVIL DAYS Annual Report of Dr. Charles Hall Fur mer Shows Splendid Achievement Dun nit Pant Year V. S. A WAKENING TO NEED OF BETTER I POOR ANO NEEDY ABE ii EQUIPPED AND TRAINED AIR FORCE W JR K fORIMEN ti No Longer A Toy” Institution Appears Solvent on Examination, Says Bradley, and Means Being Sought to Rehabilitate It. - 9 ST* A I A r * X, t W, W. Bradley, State Bank Exam iner, made an examination Thursday of the Gaston Bank & Trust Co., n hich closed it* doors Wednesday, with a view to panning upon the bank’* solvency. U bile the examination had not been completed late Thursday afternoon. Mr, Bradley had gone sufficiently into the hank'* affairs to satisfy himself, according to his statement made to The Standard, that the bank is not insolvent. “It appears.** said Mr. Bradley, after making the positive statement that the bank is not insolvent, “that the bank has suffered very serious withdrawals in its deposits recently, Its collections have been slow, due to a succession of bad crop years.” T hile the hank examiner would not make a definite statement as to the Hank’s condition nor as to his future course with reference ‘.hereto, he stated that it is unusual to permit an institution which is not insolvent to continue closed, and that in all probability ways and means would be found by which the bank can be safely reopened for business. In the opinion of the bank examiner depositors and creditors may be inconvenienced by waiting for some time for tNdr deposits, bat they should suffer no ultimate lorn by reason of thexkming of the bauk. W i th 70 Per Ce nj, of Best Yield and Better Price Farming Is On the upgrade The Gaston Bunk & Trust Co. closed its doors at noon Wednesday, a notice posted on the door reading: order of the Board of Oil leaaporarity closed. >*84 W. W. that under the boll weevil conditions, the sand hill section of^ South Carolina, and particularly Aiken county, would, with the average of the years, produce 70 per cent of its pre-weevil yield of cotton. Figures for the last two years indicate the truth of his I bin kens About eight years ago. Prof. Con rad] of Clemson College addressing}^ IWO an Aiken audience, made the prophecy    and    organization,    necessarily    so The annual report of Dr. Charles I Hall Farmer, director of the Aiken! County Health Department, shows ai splendid record of accomplishment, and points the way to still further efforts! in safeguarding the healthy* Aiken county. The County Health Department was made possible by the county delegation at the meeting of the legislature The first year was one of 'n a county the    I    \ ken. which is the fourth largest in South Carolina. The achievements of 1084 justify the vis,on and faith of the men and women who made the work possible. \ few excerpts from the report of lh-. Farmer, will serve to show slime- statement and con inn the fact that thing uf lht. Uurk bt,injr ti m. Small Pox Three epidemics of -mall, pox came ti» the attention f the department ddrug the year. va/.., the City of Aiken, the (‘out Mental and I rn maculae Clay M ne-, and on three plantation- in the Beer!? Island section. In each case, the officials immediately took charge of the s tuation, is* lated tin sick, vaccinated those in th* immediate section, and in cai h ease 300n had the Aiken county farmed arc rapidly be coming adjusted to the weevil regime.! Hie average yield of cotton before the advent of the weevil was approxi-; mately 39,000 bales. The largest yield on record was in 1918 when the coun-l ty ‘produced 52,414 bales. In 1923 the yield was 26,700 bales, and up to December I of this year, 27,744 bales | have been ginned. It is reasonable to' suppose that the total production this year will be at least 19,000 bales. We-()iuhnak umlt,r 4.orUro may therefore confidently expct in the future an average production of around 30,000 bales. The cost of production has increased considerably but to offset this, farmers have received an increase of over UM} per cent in the price at which this cotton has been sold. — .    — Of vast imports r oe is the fact that our people as a rule have produced their food and feet! stuff at home. Of course there are seasons when weather conditions ere not favorable to a Christmas Committee Organized To Distribute Relief and Good Cheer at Christmas Medical Inspection of Schtnds Medical inspection was conducted n thirty-five of the sixty-nine schools. Children wert- examined for skin d,s- w cases, and defects of the eye, car, nose / „d throat. Out of the 2,570 children examined, 94.6 per cent were found to have defects of varying degrees. Many of these children have byon treated by their family physician*, or at clinics through the efforts of the county nurse, who has been very active with her “follow up” work. This Bv Kdward Percy Howard    1 Washington, D. Dec. 18. - France' m do.000 aeroplanes ii actual sci- Ct*. Japan hah seventeen fact ones w ork -apd day turning out aero- nothing to the cost of -wrapping but* tle-hips. Ile sense* (he fact that oru^ daredevil Anlet n an with some high t v ,f - vt* and Yankee pluck ran sink a I.attle-ii,p With its thousand or eighteen hundred men in the twinkling af an eye. It is safe to say that now the President has set himself to this investigation it will be persued to its logical end, regardless of influence or politics. good cora crop but this is not the rule. WQrk wU, be cont}nued after Christ-When a policy of “live at home, with j mas and |t [g th(} plan to    finisdl    ajj cotton as a surplus” peopled and j §dl00|, durirg ^ present    school ‘    ‘ the result w probable with I*    Movin( ,vmgton q( the mg night planes, \J England has an air Admirality and a startling national development in a* ronautic*. America invented the aeroplane, but America has no air service worthy ut 0,1 i i, ration    KlWatliS EUct These facts have burned themselves into the mind of President Coolidge, j Quietly he has been digesting the growing comment of the press on this subject. Calmly and without any splash he has been analyzing the situation relative to our national defense. Now. without any dramatic message he has attr out to give America her proper and aensible place New Officers At the annual meeting of the Aiken Kiw-a^' Club, held Thursday at The meet ng of the Christmas Commit toe composed of representatives from all organizations and churches 1 of the town, was held Tuesday, presided over by Mrs. Laura Bock, Social ; Worker for the Red Cross. Plans were presented w-hereby the Committee* for disbursing of relief ! to the poor and newly by organised and cooperative service of all agen-i cie* doing community service to both white and colored can he carried out i in an efficient manner. ’    ,    .    -i. The committee plans to cover Aik en Sanitorium, County Home, York St. Home for colored folk*, chaingang through this coordinate service, in a Way to prevent an overlap. Through these organizations it is hoped that a very complete list of those who nee<t Christmas cheer eau be secured and every one can have an equal share. The pun ha-irg committee is com posed of Mr* Herbert Gyles and Mrs. Willcox, ami a1! contributions for this eau- • are to bo sent in to them not I later than Saturday, Donation.* already received; UMI poo:als of sugar, 50 oranges, and *68.12 in cash. The organization* have been alloted the following; Kiwanis Club Chun gang*. Mrs. Richard Rogers—.Jail. Presbyterian Church—Sanitorium. Y. M. C. A. Studer ts of Schofield School—Old Folk* Home (colored), i Baptist and Methodist Churches — County Home. Episcopal and Catholic Churches——« Individual families. Thimble Club and Civic League ■—% Individual families. Lutheran Church and Girl Scouts—«n Individual Families. Salvation Arn*-,' Jewish Chqwh Hotel Aiken, ofth-er* for the on*uifig Red CfoM—Indiyidthrl familia*^ - The followump* eoroptf|*$4J)e cyjfrjp Ho 1 <>u> a !ia* ork< d O S.- f III. - JSBr'm' r to the old, is alto generally Sd * D|*ton Bank a netted. As evidence of his faith in J „ iMtf1 Pi T Gaston, apicultural future of Aiken counts    president, came    as    a surprise t»    ty    mfty hf    noted that Ashton    Head, I-    } * %    ,    . *wbo    wa.s not    born    with a silver    spoon First    NlMMl Bs, WU    in    w, m<,uthi    and    who haj , ,»w    ap    it. optional,    nJr    , v,h, r„. 'fetter .bout,it-- first of l,,t .hint.I ,*|W| his hold.ok. and sill Stint the state system and chan*-;    hU)    fiminK    operation..    lo""! Int its name. It has a capital . .ck af ..... ^tfc,)Ut    g    , $50 OOO and x surplus of $25,000. According to the last statement published by the hank. on October 17. individual deposits amounted to $188,-994-99: sa'. 'Yip* deposits, jill. 183.68, ami iime    ^14,183    48.    a    total of S314.662.15. For the pint several wacks there have been Megvy withdrawals cf •!«*-posits from the hank, averaging ll,*! OOO a tiay, the total deposit# being cut 1,1 down steadily until at present they amount approxmiatciy to $272 OOO. Within the pa*t few weeks the bank ha* paid off .something like $100,000 of its indebtedness in addition, It is vmry probable that the bank will be reopened and will continue in ope ratior. show* places before 2,300 people. Sanitation Th* first of the year wa devoted t unitary survey of the school- of th v •*:’ c! a year were elected, as follows: President—Dr. E. H. Wyman, Viv8r*Pi;vibl#tiD Dr. U, At MUfief. Trustee—P. I1. IT*mler*on. dined to supplant the batfleshsp us our first line of defense. Ile 1* h'te-mtri'd to kr adv goes wvithout reasonably profitab hard hut he has be Boll T« ole, who ho recently sold -onie ! " hif farm lan i, hut .! has rmrroTrh keen hon hue-y, aixpteiiseil the idea -rretiltv tine* wa inure n.'.-i’ev in fHrruirg t"day tha: the re Tin ai I a.t4. d *v »r ct lh' : ti -I e ‘ whether ha* put ' a rd a his judgment is correct. He he subject before an expert at VY a ii a roo I ... Lilt t ti- r tti th, bi inc 1 ‘A a: pro!) J I VU! ley, Mandcl Surasky, A Ernest ■ McCrt ary. Ti -a"llV; ”    ^    t    aul Tnt' *! t:    '• gt . D' • n ‘ 1 '.ti, - nigi.t, tic K a at.-*  ......n    la    \\    * \S XKK W I i»l I I» I OR VI I I ND XI I    -III RU    I o\ I ll \Kt.l OI NII Lorenz and Thimble Club —Mi ’ ter, .Mi-* Bordman. Ep -> tnl ( hor. I, Alma Ford, Mrs. Roger*., Mrs. J. T. Hall. v IJapti t Church Mrs. McLean, Mrs. J. fut M. \V ii Im m tho.I: t Mi . I. IM I a I’- V 1 h ti re*\ ii aria Price. it! (’hut 'h Mr*, ll >urk — Mr Cullen .Mi IL I >nt !> r ;U ' Vt W yin; M -s. V. Mont \ t ever wa* tit pre-weeV; da v Arrested In Orangeburg^? Braxton B. WiHiams, of Norway, Orangeburg county, was arrested Tuesday at the requ< *t of Sheriff Howard on a warrant charging the "<ic. iv J ft., d and feed for all on the land and all the cotton you can is I my policy,” said Mr. I 'ane “Some-1 t mo I miss t. but that - what I am ' trying to do on the average.’Sound philosophy, which has proven profitable wherever practiced. Davis Froth rn, who orca ipnally leaves off farming travel around arni I ‘ it i Ion: 'n .v j has u * retu»" I Florida. Mr. r enough t 1 in iv scenery, trip through t a. n - '..vol - ti t ti ^ L . i; * I. ii i TY C ti id >. i ctotal, VV nj. *1.1 i v I age Mb- A "f tin 50 per cent on th however, sure th..! will show a market! a number of the -taken step- rn got roe * 11 for a built. Tnrouirh the * OU 1 Opal 1 nom it. t ..bine ■I rd at \ Mi - I , Mi.-,. J. -I . XI.. .am > \ ( ll DI'Al* i HL . .J. Chm ii •hr M * I* \X M ■I M > rn 1 Shea I *y, Bits ch, Sura-kv. '? Gvte*. S .no sudor We ortho yea - ' Min e mpt ovement, oi-school* have alread that <! rte' tort, on I 1 have new set. o! av at a ti. t bt it ac '.ii \ Iv NIGH I > HI I") I III V> , f c, ut dr n about 3 > yea infant thett. 1 - ohing I! oat "ho a is in-p*' tie '► * lt\ . a tht «i ti kuri r week "f M ‘clear up wa A 1 I re anil ♦nan with t appt • hecWt i* - jnor w'crth'e* Will am* M 'N air. pri LII I • M ars trfit o_J. P. he Far mess Vikt n. f r $1 1 va* wo! t lies ■ ' b urge ' t 'a-,vt ■it* for $75, i . v * s t CU Ii act. >rm#r (’oroiu ai1 » of ii wan v William- $■ arni Mt ta ha' ’. 1 1 me tim* i :r >. . Chief of Po! aa t I ode of th" v of a rn .nth ago in a . . nd ai -o J. I) r , t M tr-'renc. eh. ■ gave ale. ' i’.iinL 1. w h Mr. few V. ll \ I! ’ *• ai NY; ii Sa u:: a re 5-IU. wa* for the ira IL ‘Use •art moot in t heat v f * trk-f tj r art ny; ny t n can-. A {' Ti ' O) ' I it vcr* bn ti :bt ami throwr t it'i)'-    ; w uh tto J*uggt -1 Hie th' there Pre- civ • mo v. men: no t V. t-at U ii , we • • 11 ’ I I Et I N IAN OFI IC KRS V OIA MI. r - t ti ; 41 the iii i- off! Tie annual » lect lot id offi cr - of ,1 In 1 'n a 11 \ ken I 1 id c t K of F„ took place it I ' ' h. Barn I O sd av 1 eh •, t* ti11' c a follow . 1 :! M. Ii. it ' F E;h er< *< ' hate idiot ( dun - M M >a\ id rn in a ti V\ I lf I, \ SI • \ ! ION ll HSM I I > IU DIS I RI Bl I ’ JA RM I’RDDl < IS w WD l l DI I M \. WOOGW M D • I. AST I RID \> sp.II I HI - Bt ll. airn Ail S hem a v. fourth ct iou Our lo ck given hun (pm M or RI ST \ I lf WI R MGI I). PUOFR1KTOR LINED .Vie k A Iva no-’ I’ aided tw o •*. Sat ti day morning, by anted by Si tig found on I oth ' ecu Trig to the officer-*. VE: fined $50 in irayor'* 1 o»rt. understood a federal cha rip ’ e brought against him. ton 1 ti tv I’ tsparauu iou try a Ut * t h ('ar or any ".-I if t 1 i and .w TU j anul*. *. tie \n 1 . i out • : >ps offset i a ton produi \\ I v|U A A P« rr a ’ a .    >- a t*ea peach' Ti >w bet.,IT ll *et the de.rta-e \iken ha* a c the vs '''Id over a [’/ a Re- ta iran: wa* lay night and Sun-. -! 1 et*" fill Is , un . ' ' :    :    ;    ‘ ff Howard, liquor bedmate people coml rd-1 pav handsomely for the privilege of va* enjoying for a brief period. Such at-ts th<* re- oil recs and posstbil ’ es await jso! ;ntr rnen af d womt r, w ith v * on ar d ae. 1 i uio L'l !    u    U    '    rn    '    a ;iveir own. ii; I a 1 s if** rn me t ri at d s.ll! !>. th* a i" nu* Hofmann* Vrrive Mr. an<i Mrs. Josef Holmium and Laughter, M J«» eta Hofmann, wm-have spent the sun\m< - months sn Switzerland, arrived in A ken I ruins and are occupying their winter home. * Fermata.” M; * * H' • f rn a ■ ii ha* ** * ti furthering her art stud es u der the French ma tors in F ir * for tit*' past two yearn. II If, VI I \ND I* \ Rh S HO IEL ORENS NEM I M SD I V II iv Ii’.a re, Lark Holt • w ill opeti f , (he w ter 1 t’-i-un next I to rn •, Dt*cernher.2J. X large number of bookings have already bt * n made and q Ute a lev guests will • pend (’hr st mat the• c. * rn. n; .n Ai en: (If a: ii M • B 't cttlli r-*'- the pent Mu 1 th* watt k>1<.g ca Lim : t. <t ■ i n * (ii wcl UC cd 1 'a rot inn A (. . R. IL Haugh! <»l no ii ii. 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