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Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - January 16, 1925, Aiken, South Carolina NSIDERS GAST J JANUj action aa future tfce Bank and Trust Corn win be within the next uraa the itaieraent W W Brwltey State Bank of the stockholders of in ovm behalf at noon beirftjn Aiken Tuesday Mr that theineefcing by of the opportunity to diseuiw ji depositors welfC present by fixaminer that he bank reluctantJy after fhxfcnir a due 4 to cid bank insolvent called for wfekfejwf re presented the banks deposits periods aa January T lth deposits 15 1984 deporiU 4 1924 17 deposits the clomnff of Omuaitiu Mtti bank On January 13 this Turt reduced to If the bank forced into Kqoida the Examiner continued j will be no to depositors but in the bank would suffer a of more than 30 per cent of ita aojr collectille assets Under reorgar Ization And there should be practi cally no losseven to stockholders Che present estimated value of the based the assets ia pmc Plans of arc being Considered by the Examiner and a veTV considerable Hum has already been Offered by local par toMierds increasing the capital bank should this be deem fwam oirnc p ed advisable Definite action will taken in the matter within the next ten WOftK TO BE STARTED ON AIKKNAUGUSTA HIGHWAY tkw Charles J Hill spent jthe now flhMMifflCB rfffisA iutd a for of He acknowledged striking Rish A rat but only after he had called ban when he thought WtL HAPPEN F r t yx f X v 1 which attempted to hard to The trial up to the time TheStan to jrreea follows fanner for Uw killing of His nesday atorntarin the Court of Gener al Wfore a crowded cowt raam is charred in the in dictment with murder committed it is alleged Jane 7th of daring a diipute over a ditch divid lands of hinuvelf and the alain man In Mcurinff the jury every man on the panel but WM called before twelve men trying the were the state exhanating five challenged and the defenne excuaing ten while Judge Townseriil excused eight of the jurors because of relation therfcfendant and for express ed opinions on the The jury as finally selected are E R Buckingham of Kllonton foreman G B Reunion M L Jackson C C Franklin F B Ra bern S S Home Robert Seller L R Bishop W C L R Holley and E B Holley The mornings session was taken up in the jury and other preliminary and no eyewit nesses to the slaying were called until Mrs Esther Rish niece by marriage of Willie Rish took the stand testified that sbe was aewinnr at the window of for home on the day of killing when her attention attracted by the rr i W surcd a Jiun from tho wall o LOTS EM TH v stated whn questioned that she i could have easily 1 Brown from a distance if she to do so Garvin a young white CITY COUNCIL MEETS AGRICULTURAL CLUB ENTERTAINS N U J Wagoner farmer practically corroboj 1rotem at f salary of per month rated the full testimony ofMrs Es The Opern House was tiwr Rish stating that Brown shot around the feet of the and itjractly at her and threw htr to the Itrpvnd and then knelt on her boaom said the witaeaa crabbed wan than the otHer and weighing about hands trussed over his breast FARM COUNCIL Witness said as sho the AT KKICCH the dispute that Brown an to the niuzzlt Tlic Fnrni of Aiof barrel she hjid ken County met jir llic OiAriirr hanil ami rule in Bocrh IsLun Saiinday Tami that shi IOOKIT her hold on it 10 The new Mrs E L i witness to o tell hint fin Hrown Mr Brown no over on ininK program was cnrriid your own Broyvn then began out as follows I K shooting Mrs Rish swore the balls At the regular meeting of City Council Monday night Alderman Ladies ttny was enjoyed at the rEl1PrillkC WR eecUd SchulU Hill Agricultural Club Wed nesday a goodlynumber of members and gucrsts attending the meet ing PostmnHtor J C McAulifte of AugusUi delivered one of his charac siwcchcH Hiid tojchcd light to time Manager Welborn for the 5 for a period of five Superintendent of wag allowed appropriation of per month oa his ex Edward Croft Chapter of U D P4iy for the marker they ex vein A splendid barbecue dinner was ly and on pasaing C Lee en Cowpty of cuHar county becauae of fairs of Aiken county and pU The elect Son of Mr Btwn majority vote of 89 to of the confidence and in he is hek by his ence to Mr Mr Brown waa bom BSiloh Spriflfs in Aikett the 1mm His in the Confederate caoac ww a stwdjcNoTth witoae fatit ftatrtern Nortfa a Revolutionary rrtitiar wounded M the battle if FiKua Spriniw Needhiin BirowS family came to Sooth time before the Confederate war wat in the Iutch Fotk MCtaon af county The Columbia and the of siffroundinK territory by Sherman the removal of the family to Eddriir Brcywn Teceived aia edveatkm in the common schools of Aiken cowt ty tho aortemy and in the law office of Col D S and E P Henderson He was appornUd CoWft Stenographer in 1908 and advittod to the bar in 1010 whereopon W moved to the practiceof livw In 1915 he forai ed a ppruiernhip with Julian dor tHe firm name of Urown Hush He has served Chairman Barn wall Democratic Ooaa inittee aiul is now the State Democratic Eexcutiye Conmit teo lie WHS IhCtedto the JeKixtotwhB ir 1920 The honor won hy Mr Brown nnd work will be of a constructive nature in toiviag tho p rob 1cm H confronting ITie iruufrural Brown quoted below if hit tore outlook in A happy and sfhijrhwuy at the intcrseeLion of York i eiernon on SttTOC ortiierM will place nt hiKhway Tfome nndran to ihe Uvo ir hy A survey stirtect on Kish and H row n hijrlnviiy at the intersection of York i the ImsTrus rottd from KiUhinis Mill to j tug in the raiiv ntur the disputed vvit55 ills hands oiTrSttTtC Tinri Riehlmsd ortiierM N Hilsroair be part of said the witness wns hiy vvhwv Brown truck him Report if tho Tnusurvr sliowed uluary imil th State Hiprhivny system and nuistshuknK his finycr in the face of U1 fncL nWn of I r huiui Last1 be oompIeUHl in Riih who was standirur liia ard look his from him months rtwipts were with n i hands over his breast witness had benton i s following adequate to the ina feelings of A rnnnH heart Oho RrRtincation the realization r the Risli twice he Uu witness did not becuusc I knew what a Ueporl the Ciimmittee 42 S I IS NOW tcrnprr h I1Cm Gcorfro Hfiliu the at wilmss j Knus tile Hlatn trstifiod as to the lay if that tile jjiuolitu and lanrl and tho situation of llu il be oMually iliteh nnd that lie had Tumid UK of Rish bruiswl nboui was as n it Coul tho aiui very muddy Lntiin tin1 nftcrnoon 1 IIowi1 Inr tho Irst witness for tho de Scripture Cor nround her feet The fatal shot lords Prriyen fuvd acoordinKto licr testimony Katherinu Atwhen shi refused to rcltasc the Run no nrsi Aitniss lor tno ue intr over the barrel of tho irun lllls tlok Llu stand and testified tarncd his hand suddenly who fell on his fare in n rainwash f lUn 5 OVvr vrsiir flic Court of Gen atiy th Sd I M an constl Un tho irround Mr Rish swore Wililc Kisl lra whkh convrid Men Ctnira JKC niiiscii tril f if Rish Holley soccnd witness for bv 1 mwlv ilclid Jirst d d iiitirinpr olfort iv Jr i 11 r i onnn clitisi tin tis i i ITI in jou it I ninny of Mr Carvin but in in iia SmUh Th r will ill and a firm nHo iiiV tilt said din iitrh in di In in vitV UflJ call nnJ minutesof last inerti Willie in the side Hcjiort of History of Heerh Island Arricultur that al Mrs 1 P i with his hunds extended und Thu County Cuuncil its wlnr 5vown sliot him and that i ii L i i i i i i u I ll1 llu said uin uirn and had no instol and had told her so j Mrs K L MrKlmiirrjiv vvli n slc J to for v l The ruid w to him to soasrt p T w i i and CouririiV v ore ciild ef iu tm Lhl KIII of the hist and and cast her o thi ground Oiluri most jmtT sl Irikin hor in f vin i lie i ile i alter he it road hiijlt in necin ii In crossex iar cnmrrninity nid conniittie ajnel Sena or John F to n iito of tnanKs i lan iT vunv he Mary I A i Hiine in hrnoa o if yu dint ticliev I juiit the step out lliere a in the KtllfHf of a farm iayiiu Jlif program the Cmncil oin4 that tns fvir Inchiflcs he eiirourafvnKMil if ecin1 Rr vns partly an llcniiicnii nt s art of ruraiand had a btiokx of naraly ff food vviary riieelinjr in liiri is rrowdcd your in iif real In anil to the ol thr Ail el caili d in e 1nlltrA niii i ieii nre in ray ine iminr iua rt n ji snv sense of dHf iieivas Il iias licii ielecniiiird and jjiuande t the tnvm i n 1iet iU heis if ths hou the honor hicli they in this nie Il has in eji Aiil that fjrati thcudi is the that warnvs 1 Ihc I he heart ef man It is my chiirf lc ire u tsnir impress upon v n i t nt s i h hou r t h1 t u irht t hi t f CONVKNE1 LAST MONDAY A he tli to whick j do liiMcby jirohiiic the tra ion vni have me wit a frratifu the of t incity and OK JKNKIIAL SKSSIONS aid ili He MI hiivfiire l he byard of tlie location of the scene of the killing The witness acknowkdtred tmt he and others hnd around tho nnd had found two bullets Indue W H Townsend of Cuhmiliia lll uiatiner any rasof live ivj L M s visiting v rr j iinv I i it l S A iriin L IX iJ i A H Ilnii M fair jiiv i l it IS inlln WS Ti a 11 v i M th 1 m Su M S nt a L t in 11 1 a ii ir 1 i j n i n I i liial let i InlJlt I n haichei a rt iii v rained honesty Int uii A ill arise try Hi lor nay IhernscNis L I ii r now to iw i h he Jiat in in I i a far M i ul i aril h i Jaljjii to slaie wilt IK uiH M i i II f Mhools defimio of t vvva nnd a Poduced Each niomh there Ue V iiHikinjr ir every cnmniunhy crc nnnd had nevf a Jist cf ihu ten u installation of sanitary i made farm ll v to Av THe Couneii will its meetnur J arl n he could Thos Should in J ii V and houcs to inlisl tho so or not Mrs A i who will fuMrNh l to Mrs will tluccssiiry record cards and ail fv inalirni ncCi entviiur and hopes to inlisl the injdo so or not tfrests nnd cooperation of every frnnij j however wman in tho couniy The purpose LhM Uish waa with a of the is rommunity and individual uplift j ditch and lowiJ club n dolicou him flowil A StnrtinR lurch with hot offee to i ht Dr McLean will j thiwvinif it hnck a iJinlrvnie to a nc Ihe On Your i M r I tin r C SMMI M fann in liis mploy LJNtT On day mominv he Karl Wy Dinrl 7i SOCIHV for Aikcn Rish fllrthpr tna on in L p i ITU v f nuivdir LutIn r iinl X wcapoiii i c MAKY ALHlHCd fAUTKK the Tnasunir f i aid is a iuJI i V wi ll be 1en the od We a S of till jfriuil and sen ir liim Calhoun KLKCT WKHKKS have nriau rndor the of ti Civic luid threat mod to shoot her if nho Xc d Ir Snndav stho d at the ill y T i u League of Aiken n is p the un he f r m 1 T Shaler vh H T brinK together n the ami that one of the dciu H Y P f l p V Nnvnv 7 V r taldntof flew doso to at China InidaH iftt LSlv tv V I Cirht r 1 Society Thorio in charge hope to nied fnat Krownhad warned WT Fridny nt SrHOp Hand trv with o i i r i V u f i xV have the mukc t comin to whero This chinvh hnA for every Sam and J iVW first appoarnner in Kastcr concort I the nun stood with the RUII om 1 v ir lr fv iivi i L Hi ui 11 r y f in l r Mikt1
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