Aiken Journal And Review, July 9, 1930

Aiken Journal And Review

July 09, 1930

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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - July 9, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina ' . 1 —I.—.—U!—  ________,_„________...... r♦ our mil and fterirro No F aoer Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review s Circulation in Aiken County 8 PAGES VOL. 60 NO. 28 AIKEN. S. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1930 -y- 'j CALCn POISONING CONTOIS WEEVIL WHEN PROPERLY APPLIED "wa* «* $2.00 t Year-* $c a Copy I ■if State Councilor Present and Official ly Welcomed, Inf'-stat ion Only Thraa Par Cant. Odtsnriw Will Ararat* Twanty- Stttn Par Cast. A inmy of cotton field* throughout A ikon County the past wack in-' die ates that calcium poisoning la controlling the boll weevil when properly applied. On fields where three applications of sweetened poison has been applied, from five to seven days apart, the average infestation was 3 per cent. On fields where three applications of dust has been applied, from five to seven days apart, the average infestation was 2.7 per cent. On fields where no poison has been applied the average infestation was 27 per cent However, the time has arrived now when the cotton is putting on fruit and blooming and the boll weevils are doing most of their damage within the forms where they cannot be reached with sweetened poison and dust is the only method that has proven efficient fcr controlling the boll weevil after the cotton begins fruiting heavily and blooming. The survey shows that approximately 65 per cent, of the farmers in Aiken County have already used poison this spring and the other 36 per cent, is urged to get busy and start dusting in order that they may protect their own cotton crops and their neighbors. This survey was made by J. H. Dean, who was loaned to the County by The Planters Produce & Storage Company of Florence, S. C. Mr. Dealt was especially trained for this work at f’lemson College and made the survey in Aiken County in cooperation with C. Lee Cowan, County Farm Agent, and The Aiken Fertilizer Works. However, it was interesting to note that there were four fields visited which had not had any poison this spring, yet had very low infestations, though these fields were large open fields with no close point* for hibernating quarters. Also one field that had had three aplieations of sweetened poison and had an infestation of 17 per cent. However, this field wa* practically surrounded by river swamps, giving abundant hibernating quarters arjacent to the field. Any one who ii versed in the study of boll weevil habits would not have been disappointed with the findings ^on either of these fields after having observed the surroundings of the fields. However,, conditions of this kind have tended in the past to mislead farmers who were not sufficiently familiar with boll weevil habits to understand the reason for a lack of infestation on some fields, while others might be heavily infested, as the infestation on some of the (.elds where no poison had been used ran aa higt as 57 p^.cepHntestation. There can be no set program in bo|l weevil control. It requires careful study, close watching during the growing period, and quick notion when infestation 'tarts increasing in a field. We have seep a number of farmers who watched their fields so carefully that they would observe an infestation on one side of a large field, poisoning probably only a portion of the field regularly, thereby preventing an infestation of the entire field; but the majority wait until it is too late to control the situation before they start fighting. It is how time for Aiken County farmers to maintain a vigilant lookout and get busy on all fields now infested with weevils, for they must either make or lose a cotton crop within the next four to &i.x weeks. in tie comm SAYS HEALTH OFFICER Leroy Jack™ CONG. CANDIDA [ES Get* 15 Years HERE JULY 18 Convicted ef Attempted Assault, but Recommended ie Mercy. Urg*« th* Use of Fresh Milk and Yeast to Combat Dis****. Pellagra ti on the increase in Aiken County according to Dr. W. G. Bodle, Health officer; who has been studying and combatting this dis- On Wednesday morning the case against Leroy Jackson, 15 year old colored boy of Graniteville charged with attempted aam ult was brought to trial The trial of the case involved about four hours, and after the SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED Arranged at a Meetiag Held on Mortal Barnwell Attended Demonstration Agents Meet In Session Here Various Proir«ti Presented by Specialists to County Agents J On Tuesday night. July 1st, Emily Geiger Council, No. 32, Daughters of America enjoyed one of the finest meetings in the history of the Council., Mrs. Coy Steele, State Councilor was officially welcomed by the Council in a very, impressive way, the degree team in their patriotic costumes added a beautiful picture to the I welcome.    « Mrs, Steele made a short talk on the principals, aims, and achievement* of the Daughters of America, fond spoke, of the continued growth of the order. The degree team, under the able leadership of the Captain, Mrs. Mabel Burckhalter, conferred upon Mn. Non. John.cn in . very ""J,^”wM ‘ ~7h ' od their .Mention. ....... ....... pl.Korro. with'. Bv. minute, reply. I |„ addition to th. .intern wont. improve w.y.    m.;k    •    j shenff H0„,rd tended .od J W „    *“*    *?'    ,*’”k    Mi™    HtaMk Th. nrfmhwnt committer eon,-| liY. fnr „    Richton,    I    .pc    J.       Sand.,..      J“‘>    ‘l    '*    "k”‘>„th“' ■**». *<•» Ud. Porter. Mi., M.r posed of Mrs. Sallie M. Cushman,     w    __    ___________!aml T j Cunningham, of the State! ® nmtin* vrtU held mt the Coim *sret Martin, Miss Elisabeth McN’ab, 4-H CLUB BOY I WINS SCHOLARSHIP RECORD OF SEARSON DERRICK ease for the past two years. Dur mg *****ht* by thf •Homey* and charge    B .. ...    ..    ....    ,,f    J,rn.. i.. ___. j lisles haul a meeting in Barnwell on Barnwell Benni" ,rt this time over three hundred ca.se* 1 Judge Kite, the jury retired and1,. ,    __    ,    m'*ul,’U‘ have been hsied and studied from *n a short ting#.'returned a verdict of ! both a preventive and curative stand-    recommendation to mercy. point, and as a result, the Health Of-    boy was sentenced to 15 years in fleer is convinced of the fact that    State penitentiary, pellagra can be entirety banished, I ^    ^a' her of the young girl wa* (provided that the public is sufficient- ^*e ^rst fitness followed by Mrs. ly informed as to the proper pre-.*^®nne William* and Mi** Fannie ventive regiment.    ,    *dden,    who decrtbed the surround- A meeting of the Home Demonstra-dey et B.rn..U Attended by {tim Agents f the (Vntral District of County Chairmen and Candidate. South i^rolina wa* held at the Com- - I inertial IJotel in Aiken on Monday A meeting of the various county and Tuesday of this week. The Dis-ohairroer of Congreaatonal District trict is composed of the following No. & with the congressional candi- counties: Aiken, Allendale, Bamberg, Berkeley, Cal- Monday ami agreed on a speaking houn, Charleston, Colleton, Dorchea-tour of this district and assigned tar, Edgefield, Hampton, Jasper, Lex-dates tor the meeting*.    ington, Orangeburg and Richland. The meeting wa* planned and call* Success Du* to Individual Attention, And Us* of Modern Methods The campaign will open at Edgefield on Wednesday, July 16th, and ,,d by Miss Bessie Harper, District end at at Beaufort on August 8th, I Agent, for the presentation of the covering a period of four weeks, various project* of the specialist* with a week s rest, after the second'and agents. The Agents have been . Mr, M.b,I ,a W| ,tudv h d bu.d!in»* “    «* Utem. .ad th. „!«;««*• K,ch    pUnnins' IM* prn'r.m. of U.. dqre.. m mm th>n (h[M  ...... of    th,    yo„ne    chi)d„n,    wh„    thirty    ta    which    I.,    MI.    tm    work    (or    the    coml*    yete. Mrs. Bertha Vieth. and Mrs. Maurice Woodward, served delicious refreshments, after which the officers for the ensuing term were installed, preventive for pellagra, Other pro-tien foods such as lean meats, eggs, ®,ld J. ;legumes, etc., are also preventive, .constabulary. but he state* that it is a significant - ^r- J- ^ ■ Richardson testified to House, and will probably begin at ll Miss Lula Chriesman, Miss Stella UL M fact that he has not found a single confession made by Jackson, by Mrs. Steele, State Councilor. Mrs. Bertie Brown being the new Councilor for the next term. Miss Evelyn ( ^ease of pellagra where milk was which was admitted in evidence. being used regularly. He is coneine*    defense offered only one wit ted that should each family in Aiken m>!*Si Annie Moore, mother of the welcomed at this time, Mr. and Mrs. Steele, Mrs. Boyle and Mr. Webb, from New Brookland; Mrs. Claude Bushel*, of Graniteville; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hewitt, Mrs. Gladys Posey, Mrs. Bertha Couch, and Mrs. Bowsie Leopard, of Warrenville. drink as much as one pint of fresh Phoner, who said that Jackson wa* ly 16 years old. Court adjourned after the case Was! ouch being advanced to the office ...    ,    .    A    ,    „    i„niv    in    -ta .    „    ,.    ♦    milk    daily that within twelve months u,1‘y lo Jcars old of Past Councilor.    •    9    ..    .. The following visitors were New Holland Citizen Injured In Wreck pellagra would be entirely wiped out. He further states that milk, be- *nded, sides preventingt pellagra is one of the best curative agents. Brewers Yeast is auso good but his experience has been that the Yeast give rru.h bettor results when milk is taken with it to the amount of one pint to one quart daily. The Health Department expects to continuo their campaign agnir.M The following ta the itinery: Edgefield—Wednesday, July LG* Saluida—-Thursday, July 17th. Aiken—Friday, July 18th. Barnwell—Wednesday, July 23rd. Allendale—Thursday, July 24th. Hamfbcig~-Friday, July 25th. Hampton—W ednesday, August 6th. Ridgeland—Thursday, Aug. 7th. Beaufort- Friday. Aug. Hill. Four Try For Winthrop College Grocery Store Robbed Saturday Morning [Gooch, Mis* Ophelia Barker, Miss Dearie Calvert, Miss Caroline Alston, Mist Louie Vaughn, Mi*-** Margsret jMcGirt, Mi** liora Miley, Mix* Marie Lambert, Miss Winnie Belle Holden, Miss Mary Henderson and Mi.-s Eleanor Carson; four of the specialists from Winthrop College, Mrs. Dora Dee Walker, Miss Juanita Neeley, Miss Jane Kitchen, and Mrs, Harriet Johnson, and Minxes Lonny Landrum and Harriette Jayton, Stair Agent and A ixtant State \gent, wen present fur tin meeting, Un Monday anti scholarship and entrap for Wfinthrop college \ County Couit House. •day the adunation eld at tin re I:- one i hi M rn din sa I re iii ,r< n ar, inc i afternoon the I town Un M o ti pellagra throughout the year and has vacancy from this counts. adopted ax its slogan "milk every I here were four contestant* a*  _day    keep*    pellagra    away."    Milk    i*    follows:    Misses    Bertha    Blackstone, A serious ntemUh accident oc- r" h in !!*•""” “*l "nly p"';    «-'-ns-t«.    K.tch- curred between Usinet,,,, sud Lee™ v'“* p*llwfr*„b“l «*”    -Will;    Elizabeth    SI    suley.    While Ville on Friday in which three CIU-    *’ ”    .    ”    C*thwi»    ^    Island. ten, of Now Holland were Imdl, in- 'hl'    “    "» m,,st tf' Th. ex..,nation    the C.t.del, jured. In the automobile were Mr. ^c",E1t of protien foods. Almost any University of South Carolina and unlay night ion i n I Im ir me present j op re Kent •hool work, hod. high brothe of deputy f*miIy no mfttt, r h,>w P,K,r <,an Pro* Clemson will be held un Friday. vide themselves with a milk cow and Chum Garvin, sheriff, Ernest Garvin, and two sons of the latten Messrs. H. K. and Bar I ney Garvin. Mr. Chum Garvin sustained a fractured skull and is now in a serious condition. Yesterday he was reported to be resting well. H. K. and Bar-neyXarvin were uiity slightly fnJUTed The accident was reported to have I MR. AND MRS. HILL RETURNS <been caused by the driver, Barney ,    ,    _    „ Garvin, who went to sleep and the    ‘d’*    '    agr*    awa) car left the roadway. the Health Department us urging the importance of this fact upon the people.    Mr-    mnd Mr** c- J- HW have re ] No family, particularly those bv- ,-urn**d to the city after a months ing in the country, Is too poor to t0 fuvndi in the .North. While keep a good milk cowhand no family HWtt> Ciey visited Dayton, O., Detroit, would be without one were they xuf-    Cleveland, (J , Buffalo, N. \ , ficiently informed as to her econo-    Flaeid, IST. I, I hey motored mic and health giving value. Milk :*'rouKh New Enguind and New York Early Saturday morning tho store Liken U of Mr. J. M. lit w i. lot ated    at    the    M Harper gave a n ee corner of Laurens Street and    Damp    honor st Hie Lodge    I tun Au.., ar* en<*- sx.i nod ribbed of fen divided into gi i ti,Oui) cigarettes and ti' pounds of jng the four pha-.es of chewing tobacco. Entry was made kindergarten, grammar through a glass of the front door school and college. During the even which rad been broaden "Ut, ami the mg much merriment ensued in the robbery is supposed to have occurred graduating >'f these from one group about J a. rn.    another. With practically no eluex Chief Delicious refreshments, were serv-Kibler went to work on the ease ami od at four table-, earrvtng out the finally arrested Hunk Zeigler, who is theme of the evening. The Kinde: charged with the crime. This darkey gartt.n table wax presided over by sold several cartons of cigarettes to Miss Annie McNair, the Grammar a man in Rivestown.    School table by Mias    Elizabeth Melt is believed that there wa* a    sec-    ,vtt4ri the High .School    Table    by    Miss end man connected with this rob- Virginia Wyman, and the College bery, and the police have a good table bv Miss Sue Rearden. Hue ax to hts • demitr Hr tx -now State. tbeing sought. Thix case heard in the Circuit court. Midget Golf Course Opens This Evening Join, M„un, BIG PAPER MILL FOB AIKEN, ARTICLE School Trustees    QUOTED    FROM    NEW    YORK    TIMES A joint meeting of the trustees of Shiloh, China school The Midget Golf Course will open tonight at 7 o’clock. This is a beautiful little course with 18 holes winding in and out of the woods and overlooking the Highland Park Golf t0 Consid‘*r the 5U‘‘stion of a ConSo11* course. It is located just opposite 'the Highland Park Hotel. Joyce Branch, Plunketts, Central, Eureka and Mt. Calvary will be held at the Court House tomorrow afternoon Springs, Writer in New York Paper Says Paper Industry is Coming South and Short Leaf Pines Furnish Material for Paper. dation of schools. The xhifting of population from It will be oiterated day and night th" country to the towns has broUfrht and the public are cordially invited * bi* problem be.f°.rr the C,0U,"try to play on it Par for the first nine holes is 26 and for the second nine is 21. AUXILIARY TO MEET schools. Many of these schools have lust so many student that they cannot qualify ax a two-teacher school and something has to be done. A central school is now prop -cd to remody these conditions.    , The following article from the Sunday New York Time- says that a paper null is to be t meted in AiWPn. No contract ha- been let as far as can !>** learned here, but one may be proposed in ’he future. 'exhaustible particularly in Central Georgia, where natural r< for> ta lion takes place in from fifteen t > twenty year?. Northern spiuce re quires from forty attain pulp-wood s climate is favorable growth but als vesting of the ‘-cores of cori to i gilt; Tin Tho e present were: Misses Lonny will be Landrum, Harriette Isavton, Mr*. Harriet Johnson, Minxes Juanita Neeley, Jane Kitchen, Elizabeth, Hailey, Margaret Martin. Luna Porter, Margaret McGirt, Elizabeth Mc-Nab, Lula Chriesman, Stella Gooch, Ophelia Barker, Dora Miley, Marie Lambert, Winnie Belle Holden, Mury Henderson, Eleanor Carson and Misses Caroline Alston, IVarle Calvert, and Lottie Vaughn, and Mr. and Mrs Ernest Thorpe, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henderson, Mrs. Finley Henderson, Mr. arid Mi John Williams, Mr, and Mrs. Hallentine, Mr. and Mr* Tyler, Mr. and Mi- Using Hutson, Mr. George Prince. Mr. M. A. Wilder, Mr and Mr ■ ti |; T,irHer, Mr. and Mi 1 . J Hill, Mr*. Walter Duncan, Pinckney Brown, M . J. I1 Will Aiken County 4-H Club boy win* aeholarship to Short Course at Cltm son College the third year in succession, also wins second place in the 4 H Cotton Club for the State of South Carolin*. Thia boy, Searon Dr I f the New Holland Junior Agricultural Club, produced 2409 poundi of seed cotton on his Club acre last year that ginned out 860 pounds of lint. The total proceeds from hi* acre was $180.55, The cost, of production wa* $54.61, • leaving him a profit of $125.94. Ile will have a trip with County Farm Agent C. Lee (iowan, to the State Champions banquet which wiU be held at Green-[ville, S. July lith. Sea non Derrick has been in the Cotton Club for the past three years, He produced 1709 pounds of seed cotton in 1927, 1590 pounds in 1928, and lilfiy r >unds in 1029, making a total of 5699 pounds of seed cotton in the throe year*, or an average of 1899 pound* of seed cotton per acre over a period of three years. His average of lint for the three years is TOI pound* per acre. while the five-jcar average of lint cotton for the County is l«*sx than 200 pounds. It ccm* that these cli Clubstart must bv ti-in*,: a different method of farming t<> that af tile average farmer throughout the County. This boy's urn has been due to b . individual attent! n to hi- Club aer . II" has used modern methods, Avwr, not an vxc«\*mvv imount of fertilizer. The part year he used 1,000 pounds of a home-mixed 10-l I under his cotton. This 10-4-4 wax made up from acid phosphate, dt . ti (vet ring meal, muriate of potash and sulphate of ammonia. The cotton wax top dressed with a mixture of Chilean nitrate of soda and muriate of potash, using 1.50 pounds of each or JOO pounds of the mixture lo 'fti acre. We are told on every corner that there is no money to tie made in growing < "!ton; yet, here ie. a Club boy who has made an average profit of $113.1)4 per acre over a preiod of thiee years. I* It true thai lie iiibfi-vy can be    made    in    cotton,    or is it true that we will    have to change our method' to make money growing cotton. The Chilean Nit! ate of Soda Edu-cati mal Bureau offered three scholarship** to the Aiken District in 1928 to the Clemson College State Boys flub Short Course for boys making the best record in 4 ll Cotton and Corn Club    work.    Seaton    Derrick ha been    awarded    one    of these scholarship* .»n hi' 1929 Clifton Club record. Lightning and Hail Storm At Ellenton not un.nt d, T err u year- to X"UtilVI ll 'n rapid tied bordrage of the mill The Womans* Auxiliary of the Aiken County Hospital will hol4i their regular monthly meeting at the Dibble Memorial Library on Friday morning, at IO A. M. A!) members are urged to be present. Paul Murphy Now Agency Supervisor rymg < ny of a ti Colored Home Robbed Of Rings WORK STARTED ON HASSLER RESIDENCE Charlie Shaw, colored, broke into the home of Rebecca Foreman, who lives at 1108 Greenville street on Sunday, ani stole two gold rings and fifteen cents. He was arrested within a short time by Officers VV »od-ward and Arthur, and lodged in Vi ken county jail. AIKEN—A FINE PLACE TO LIVE IN A $200,000 CONTRACT Warren Job Not Yet Let.—C ontrect * to be Awarded On Saturday. .Mr. Baul Murphy left on Monday for Charleston where he goes to serve as Agency Supervisor of the Liberty Life Insurance Co. This is a splendid promotion for Mr. Murphy and his friends congratulate him. He is one of the youngest men in the insurance business, and his appointment to this important place -how in what high esteem he is held by his ‘‘devotes company. “Paper mills are coming back to the South and there Is a dominant reason for their coming,-ay Rebecca is unnecessary, and Stewart Wight, ii City Builder,' of volved by .u, h ?..t final logan of the Atlanta, (Ga.! ax well ax car Chamber of Commerce, The con mens® invent tract for a $1,5(10.006 mill at \iken, "ip \.idr, * Houle ,* S. i ha- recent iy bein made. \t College of Agra iltuiv Gordon, Ga,, the Kraft Paper Com- tj)P planting of short Ii pany produces sixty tons of Kraft waste land.' In this wav papier per day from Tong leaf pine, j UM>le» for fanning may b There are large paper mills at Ss 1 brmg in big dividends evt vannah, one at Augusta and several years. The annual stand ..f yellow in Louisiona, Tennessee, Virginia and [tine rn the South at pr. mi is '.'til, Florida.    nim,ooh cot Is. It has '..•.•si found I "Ivan Allen," the writer continues.! that bagasse, the waxu from sugar Mi -e McNair Mr \ Ii ti ,.! . V, la Norris, 5 Noir, Klizab man, I r d M Mrs. <    \. Sander', M ti' Oakley, Mr. and M vy, Mixses Ri tied a W -. Sue {Garden, hum Nejro Woman, Hone and Cow Kill- r. an i ed Crop* Injured. Mc Bv Na ir, Vi iv liarp . Ll \ ii. Mnin,, and hail -term -cored Me '    • nun I • Elivnt'in rn Wed* in a ti ce ny, \ Ring a neg -a titian, tak- tiig he bv* of a hor.*v and cow and ah /. i g crops throughout the coro un ad if la re pine i tim! made •iv District Meeting Junior Order ne While other places are sweltering in the xummer heat with thermometers registering 104, 106, 108 and up, we are having fine weather in Aiken. While there are no icycles about the fountain in front of the postoffice it ii? not as hot ai in other places. On Monday and Tueaday the official thermometer at the postoffice registered only 102. The district meeting of the Fifth District of the Jr. 0. C, A. M.t will bv held in Edgefield on Saturday evening, at 8 o'clock. Thix district is composed of Aiken, Bath. Edge-    )Wth pine tin*t field, Graniteville, I ut ng ley, Warren-  _____ Ville and Saluda, and there will be about IOO delegates present. The I * • ri<' < or. ( nt ion of the Daughter* of America will be held in Edgefield at the same lime. Last week it was reported that the Northeastern Construction Co,, had been awarded the contract for building of the W’arren residence. This was a mistake as this company bathe contract for the erection of lh* Master residence to be built on a lot purchased by Mr. Hasler from the Barnard estate, This contract will involve about $200,000, not considering the cost of the land; which was about $24,000. The building will cost about $150,- 000 and will be located about in from of the Iselin' residence but fronting on The street on which the Case residence is situated, A fine tennis j court, costing about $50,000 will be . tex Gejiaxal'a office was in tile city built, fronting rn Barnard Road N >. yesterday making settlement with “    . the various county office*. This is The Warren contrail will be let cm-the fir st county th the state to make ’ Saturday This means that two expvn- g settlement with the Comptroller’s 1 • e I aside AC es will be erected in Ai- office, and speaks well for the effi-,ken this summer.    riency of our county officials. three pages of his book, ‘Atlanta From tin* Ashes,’ to the paper industry in this, South. Coro mentmg on the palier industry, Mr, Mien 'ava, 'Th; industry i.- destined to grow in the South, ju*’ as ’he Cotton spinning and weaving mdio try has grown here, both because of the - gradJal exhaustion of Northern ^applies of pulp wood, and bbcau-v pulp wood supply from second cr rx practically ie cane, which ha' f only for making (VI..tex board and low grade paper, may also be used fot making hook and writing paper By the use of elimination ■>! the cane stalk the Sooth pro ti* \ odd 'OI OOO at a pr oti of r more than is i • he t he ha lure pr. pith y been • nun ' ins of pu ion' than * va Ii?.,I bv - .perat ing matter successf' fh Baga* p annual 2() m r • ARE RE INSTATED NOW ON DUTY Mruri Price Fallow mid Claude Redd Back on thr Road, and temporary Officer Baker Ha. R< tired The « mn?\    •' ii 1.1* loner- at I heir i til mold' :. mho ng "ti Monday ti..-h .up tee ,, r- t.-n of the nuspi n ion made - intelirtiv- ago of Messrs. P’ • • ti i.'.ca ai: I (".rote Bi Id •a : Redd. m receded, x were n t o mo us crop o ,i*T( aw B Settlement Made With The County Official* Mr. H. C. Rhodes, of th# Comptr d- REGISTER FOR TITE PRIMARY It is important that the \ oters of thr county who wi sh to .voir m (lit* rom mr prim im register at once. The hooks will close on July.22nd, so there is cnly about three w<“*ks in whit Ii to do this. I lie hooks for the Aiken be x are at the office ot J. W. Ashhurst s Insurance Agency. ^ C all at this office at once, and sign the roll. IU I la ti mint ini. Walter H 1 Bu a Bu : Wright, colored, was •.rotIy killsuJ when sht sa* 'truck • ning. v ■ • V.a in the yard the Schofield Lumber company • bv st.ii rn struck. : ■ phtenv I by the lighten g, a i*. inned i'. h M Ymmdil Mid, into f< to *■ md broke (dx neck, any chi'ken- wen drowned in the a v y r u t n. Trees were upr< ated in and on tho •skirts of the city. Falling limbs !• down telephone and electric :ht wire.- A few minut* ‘ after tho r«vor, both ser- magv ■ resulted lr f bs t. Cotie naced prubnbly rx I urn xtuixx and f-uif 0 min-one ..f U. D. C MEETING I ,• sri al nj- vt mr of the Ed-ft ( af'tvi f the C. 1). held Saturday afternoon at Ho n jit the heme af Mrs. VV iii ani' Mrx. Hastings ti \-. w ill be i uni hostess with • Breme* for (br* —a-t-n V rt-f the county art cordially An attractive prof ram hag rang*'! that promises pie a en rn Mr .-run- wiled Rte ** > ail. ;

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