Williams Improving

Raleigh Register - 27 January 1921 Beckley, W. Va.
Two of those Implicated in Shooting Out on Bond.
Albert Williams, clerk of the circuit court, was in Charleston over Sunday and visited the bedside of Linus Williams, who is lying in the Charleston General hospital suffering from a bullet wound inflicted several weeks ago while going to the aid of his son, Imel Williams, who had been shot and subsequently died. On his return Mr. Williams declared Williams could not recover from his wound. Since then, however, he has undergone two operations for draining the affected lung, and according to word from the hospital, is again showing some improvement.
Garner Stover and Arthur Stover, two of the five young men implicated in the shooting of Mr. Williams and the murder of his son, were released on $10,000 bond by Judge Anderson of the criminal court the past week. The other three are being held without bond.
Contributed by Nyla Creed DePauk