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   Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 5, 1929, Florence, South Carolina                             VOL. XXXIV 572 _ __________ COVJSRS EASTERN S CAROLINA MORNING, F Did You Ever Stop To THINK? all sides tht "Morning News" has re- ceived laudatory comment on its change of name. Great interest is beng 'shown in the contest for the best letter on "Why I like the new and letters have begun to pour in. you like the slightly amended name of Florence's morning news- write the paper a let- ter telling why you do; and if you don't like it, write a letter; telling why you don't- The "dont'a" have just as .good a chance to win the prize as the "do's." i -Voters are caution ed tc- {jet their county re gist'ration certificates if thej -wish to be able to vote in tin forthcoming city election Monday March 4 is the las day unon whicii county regis tration certificates may be procured. first primarj will be. held on April 16. 11 a second primary ba necess- ary to- a. it will...-.be held one week later. The general election at which the nom nces will be ratified wil Cvme off on May 7. Two aldermen to serve four years aj-e to be elected- Florence is to have more than one to- bacco warehouse this year somebody ought to be getting bjisy. If Florence is to have only co-operative sales of to- bacco, the buildinj- of an other warehouse of course will not be necessary. Only through the co-operative sale of their tobacco will the far mers of the bright belt ever be able to make any great de- gree of certain progress. Spectacular Collision Oc- curs At Pensacola Flor- ida Flying Field WERE iFjW FEET Both Pilots Found Dead In Wreckage Of Their Land Ships PENSACOLA, Fla., Feb. 4 A spectacular mld-alr collision be- tween tivo airplanes during a forma- tion flight today resumed In the cieaih of Bonnell P. Howcll, 24 and Andrew Brink, 21, flight students to the Naval Training Eta. ti3ll here. The accident occurred when Ilom- man. who was circling for a landing, crashed into a piloted by Brink, U. 3. Marine Corps Heservo. who flying In flight forma- tion with two other planes. Both pbnes were thrown out ol and crashed from an alti- tude of 700 feet before the pilots could take to their parachutes Tho planes, of the land type, land- ed o mile vest of Old Cony Flelrt and both pilots were dead when oouira were extricated from the .vreckage. Brink, who was bora In "e1-- ls by his mother C. Kennedy of Wrent.iam. Mass Howail. war, barn In Franklin, Tex MOVER TO INSPECT LAKE OKEECHOBEE, VISIT TOM EQISON President-Elect Fails Deny That Stimson Will Be Named WHITE HOUSE TOGS remains with the farmers as to whether they want to control the ght leaf market or leave it to the fate of the auction iloor. They can control the price by organizing and sinking by their contracts. WASHINGTON, Fob month from tonight President Coo- lldge once more will be a private citizen. In front of" the' 'House "long Pennsylvania Avenue, work- men are already busy erecting the (tands. from which the parade in lonor of the inauguration of his successor will be reviewed, furnlsh- ng for the chief executive a con- tant reminder that his retirement rom office Is rapidly approaching. And inside the executive mansion (reparations are going forward for emovlng the Coolidge household oods. When Mr. and Mrs. Coolidge raveled to Northampton. Mass., to ote last October, tlMlr special train arried numerous articles for which hey expected to have no use dur- ng the winter months, but now that Is their owrr prop. rty is be'ug prepared lor shipment.: As yet there has been no official I Indication regarding what Mr. Coo- I lidge intends to do aftsr March 4 Rumor has followed rumor and newspaper reports have had him contemplating many jobs from ex- ecutive positions In huge corpora- tions to college presidencies. But when these stories have been brought to his attention, the chief executive has merely saken his head, although once he took occas- icn to deny them as a lot. Those who are In touch with White House affairs are unanimous- ly of the opinion that for a few at least. Mr. and Mrs. Coo- lidge will go into retirement at their home In Northampton. This is the only report regnrdlr.; his ututro ac- tivities that Mr. Coolidge has not taken occasion to. deny A direct' Inquiry produced the a'nswcr that the president considered it the "natural" thing to do. the hands of tht house of representatives the fate cf the Gover- nors Sunday Blue law bill. .'iiis is so because he has   effort to decry prohibition I as n-i in poli'.ics the, '.'..1 i cumins that it is the 'RKIIC of the day. Ur t roarfon the coming of Ur. Colvm will be of inter- est. MIAMI BEACH; Fla., Feb. 4 President Elect Hoover today decided .o spend two days late next week nspcctmg the flood swept Okeccho. >ee District of Southern Florida anel o attend the birthday dinner In honor of his friend, Thomas A. Edl- >on. at the inventor's winter estate t Fort Myers next Monday. At the- shine time he began sv se- ics of conversations with Senator moot, of Utah. Chairman of the tnate finance Committee, who is is house guest Jor this week and who predicted a general upward re- vision of the tariff, at the extra scs. slon of the new congress in tho sparing and no more tax reduction for some years to come. The next president declined to either confirm or deny widely pub- lished reports that Henry L. Stlm- 3on. governor general of the Philip- pines who is sailing lor the United States soon has been tendered and had accepted appointment as Becrp- utry of State in the Hoover admin- istration. Renewed reports that Dr. Ray Ly- >nn Wilbur, president of Stanford University, would he Secretary of the Interior, were hearcd here today from visitors to Hoover heaoqimrters. Dr Wilbur. It was stated, had obtained i two years' leave of absence from the university of which Mr. Hoover IB a trustee. Another rumor was that it was nob at all certain that William M. Tanllne would be renamed as Beo- -otary of Agriculture although a number of farm organization leadera lavor his retention on the ground :r.at he knows the problems of tho armer and has been a capable ad- ministrator. Mr. Hoover Is to nuke his twa -rips next week by automobile, but their details have yet to be worked He probably will leave here early Monday morning for Fort Myers re- turning that night If the Edison din- ior Is held In the early afternoon :s now... is anticipated. Frlda yand Saturday of will be given over to the inspec- lon of the Okeechabee district vhere more than two thousand per-' ons were drowned during the flodoj resulting from the overflowing of Lake Okeechobce during tho 192B Mlrricanes. Senator Smoot told correspondents c-f the Hoover party that he favorer! Ihe eallin got the extra session of Jie new congress on April 1 M that It could put throush farm relief and t-vlff revision legislation ana ,ad- ourn .around July I. He said th Democrats undoubtedly would "Ma colltics" with the tariff, but though his estimate or a three months i.on would be about The senator explained that thor -ould be no tax reduction In the nex ew years because of .the additions "rain upon the federal treasury en -ailed by the Mississippi flood Boula er Canyon and Intend waterways .upon the administration soon Is to 'mbark. As for farm relief, the Senate Fin- ance Committee chairman declarc-e, or the formers- all the mone> 'hey need for a revolving fund tr lake care of tho marketing of thai- crops. He said that if oof as insufficient he favored I don't want any complaint congress has acted." ho said. Storm Takes Toil Of Over Forty Lives In Europe; Many HKICK FIVE "CENTS LINDBERGH ARRIVES SAFELY AT BELIZE AFTER FAST FLIGHT WITH AIR TELEPHONE MAN KILLED ON SUMTER- FLORENCE HIGHWAY SUMTER, Feb. 4 R. D. Bur- ri'll, 26, member of the Southern BeM Telephone Company's construe- loin crew with hcadquartrs here. fatally Injured early this marn- 'ng when his car turned over or. 'he Florence road, several mlios east of Sumtcr. Mr. Eurrell and Eiiccne King, also employed by the Bell Telc- o.ione Company were returning from Florence whim the car railed to ink? si curve and skidded into the ditch. where it turned turtle. Both men were taken to a lociU hospital where Mr. Burroll riled n few hours later, Mr. Kings fnjurls r.o: I.niiK' serious unrt he vws able to' Icav the hospital later In the dny. Mr. Burrclls home i3 In Bunne' Fin., and the body was shipped ti'ie lor burlnl. TOLSTRATES' JURY CONVICTS TRUSTEES ritiKD iti YOKK WASHINBTON, Feb. ji received honors from tho pres'. mmbcrs of c.incress and othe- Bovcrnment agencies, durlni; his wee1 end stay here, Captain Prle'1 -cscuer of the crew of the Florldi eft. today for New WEATHEU N'OKTi! AMI SOI'TII f'AUO- I.INA: with rain Tiiwilny onil Tnrvdnr nlchl; IVeilnesday narllj. elouily slinvly rlsllli; tem- liernfure. TBNXKSSBE: Cloilily proceilcd snow or rain In ra.M jmrtlon Tncsilay; U'e.lnesdny eltiiidy fot- IOWPI] hy In nffernonn nr nt nlclit: nnl murli rtinncr In tem- peratins. A case of much Interest to the citizens of the Cowards section of the county was tried beJ-jre Magistral W. Man-In Smith and a Jury at the office of the Magistrate In the court house on Friday. The trustees of Othclli school dis. tlict were prosecuting the trustees of Coward school district ander Act pasBCd in 1928. making It un- lawful for the trustees of a schoo! listrtct K> enroll pupil, not residing n their school district without the consent or the procurement of a 'rensfor fnr the trustees cf the school district where s-uch pupils reside The Jury found tho dfeendants. Troy .7. Lynch. Angas Uatthcro Z O. Cownrd and R. Manton Matthews constituting the board of trustees o' Cowards school district, nullty. ant1   u the county It Is un- that the defendants will an- poal. BELIZE. British Hohdlirni. Feb. 4 Charles A. Lindbergh i tonight was the welcome giiest uf f this colony, to vhlch he was th first to introduce airplane trave more than a year ago. At th -lose of his 27th birthday nnnivcr ;ary he hod flown successfully th Tirst 750 mile leg of the now air mni 'outc which Is to link the Unite States with the Cannl one by mi 3f Cuba and Central America. At almost the exact moment h he brought his Slliors ky Amphlbaii plane down to n smoptl landing on the Hnrbor waters at p m. Eastern Standard time) He had lelt Miami, Fla.. at till Tiornln? and landed nt Havana n After a stop of one hour and four minutes for refueling, he vn on hla way again. He sleeps here tonight and tomor row win whip, his wny southward tc Managua. Nicaragua. The last stagr Is through Costa Rica to Panama am the Canal Zone. The route he Inaugurated todiu Is regarded as the direct outcomi- 3f the good will night of the aviator a year ago. He was ncnrlnp the crd of that air cruise around the Caribbean 9'hcn he celebrated Ms 20th birthday anniversary by fly- 'ng from Ban Juan, Pjrto Rico tr. Santo Domingo. Since tllnt day ular olr routes have been establish, ed from Havana' eastward through .he Islands and .now the man who !rst demonstrated the feasibility ha.n naugurated the longer route to the v.-cst. and south. Ii? preparation for his lauding herr 'oday more thnri; 20 men had been workhrj under, a native contractor Jhursrtay building ci wooden ramp into the wnli-r. It was com- pleted this moraine-. of British Honrlura> pine li extends 175 feet from Shore In'o the witter so that the wheeli cf thr Ampihlbr.n plane touched It at depth of four feel. At the head of the r-rnp on Ihe beach ib D platform 20 feet square. i The platform -Is near the tovr I brrracks whore oh his' last vult set down plane en a plot' of ground where no air plan; nod ever been before. j With his companions. Jrlm i vice president of the j v.in-Auibriciin Airways which ope.-- ares the new service, and H. L I tey. mechanic and radio o-yrator I "ol. Llndbfrsh wus welco-.icd by r I commlltce. Tli" vcre conducted to the Veranda c! hi. Oolf Club, fifty yards from the, Jlatform. where they were IntrodiK (o Governor Sir John Burden and Ijpfly Burdon. Froni Uie Veranda the governor de ivered an offlcli! address of welcome >n the inauguration of the n-al' JTVlce, to Col. HsmDleton re- plied. '1'he sliests then were the government house v.here ihcv the iruests of Governor anc: 'jady Burdon. at dinner Later they attindcd the reception S the Polo Club. The plane brought s i niantlty of mall from the Unltet; Jtates but arrangements hove, not 'Ct been to carry malic j this colony. Lone Eagle Rests Denmark Slowly Becoming Ice Locked Due To Severe Cold TURKEY "SNOWBOUND By Hunger, Wolves Invade Villages In Balkan States COL. LiNDB'EHOH Veteran of, -the skies who rested last night ut Belize, British Honduras after com- pleting a 760 mile hop on the first Miami to the Canal zone air mail night, Tho flying Col- onel was 27 years old yesterday. .t-KLKIiltATKK ililtrilli.vY AS All! MAIL 1'ILOT' i MIAMI, pin.. Feb. 4 ,-wi-icharle V Lindbergh celebrated ills 0711. 'irthdav today by returning to the .r mail service and Inauguration 't Mlami-to-Paniuna route. He land- d at Belize. British Mondurua p. m. Cr-louel flew direct lo i Tom KTiar.il. and was greeted by American and Cuban high officials :nd a crowd of 300 ptrsons AUrr for his Am- ship, he touk off around 12011 or 3ell2e. Ills will be at Till. Hondira.-; or after "a takeoff tomorrow The or the decond da> -.vlil find him him at Managua. NIC-j iragua on the third day out he wll1 i -top lor luel at Pu'Hn Re.nas, Cost." fend fly to Cri.itobag. Cena: -'one. the rnd or his mile flight j .-'o'onel left ullaml si j this morning with ninl! nd three cnmpanloud in Ihe plane LONDON, Feb. 4 All Europe shlverctl tonight from it cold wave of unusual severity from vliich no re- lief was la Klyht. The deaths of 14 persons already imvc been re. corded while Buffering is general Tom foot! shortages in towns block, idcd by snow. Denmark appeared likely to bn en- .Irely Ice locked before the end of the week. Ice breakers were strug- gling to maintain a narrow pathwn Tor shipping into Copenhagen, bu crjinmunlciitlon vlth several Diumlsl stands was maintained only b ges Hml TUttomohUcfi over th Ice. Many ships' are agrounn nil Danish ferry routes subjected ti nerious delays and train traffic iiriordcrecl. MillloiiH of wllj fow lave been killed by the cold. While Denmark is typical of nor hern European countries, the Dicath of winter has been felt tiloiif, he Mediterranean whgro the Inlmb its arc less accustomed to pro- octlnjj themselves from low extremes f temperature. More than hnlf of the death toll was rolled up on Sunday vht-n the' TOW of 20 of the Oeiman freighter Oeister drowned when their ship 'oundercd off the const of Portugal landslide nt Alma Aala, Russiar Turkestan, swept eleven- to their lenths. Four workmen were frozen ;n death in trying to release the racks cf the Simplon Express In TYncean, Turkey, and the work oi nienking tlin snov blockade wait cnll- "d off. Budapest reported tb-je vic- tims. CuiiBtnnunopic wan bin-led undei- he snow deposited by the third day ;f the worst biiazard In years. There vas a fierlous shortage ol bread due "o the complete tttopnngc uf irans- i Schools, courts and twn of the .-mops were closed. Sev I '.-nil houses had collapsed and fire- men Rtrugglcd through the drifts. reach the fires which started thin 2-1 hours. Oranges vx-re dropped from thr ut Vnlenola. Southern Spain orcnusc of the cold while resident- if .Southern Italy were treated to unusinl sight of huge inlclo 'arming on Uie public fountnina rourlBUi were said t., be hard pir o find the summer atmosphere the? -iad sought clong iho Rivera tnrt SENATE OVERRIDES PRESIDENT ON TIME CLAUSE STIPULATION Refuse To Eliminate This1 Portion Of Cruiser Construction Bill WASHINGTON, fell. inniK Ihe expressed wish or Presi- dent Coolidye. the sonalf by a votr al 54 lo ail refused hue'today tr from thf cruiser construe, lion hill the Unit the slx- trrn ships shall he laid down he-fore July 1. 1031. Party lines went to Mulish rn the proposition with a Democrat, Hena- tor Harrison, ol Mississippi. tho amendment to give Ihe president tree rein over liie nnv.ll program lid twenty.six Republicans votln'; the Ceiolldue request. This disposed cf Ihe dominant Is- sue In the cruiser tlBht and tlie Sen. Ho adjourned lo meet tomorrow when msEEige of the measure authorii-.lii" 15 cruisers and an carrier at a coat of is regarded is assured. President Coolidge lost on into siune Issue In the house lust yea: It made known at the While House that II the time limit- ation clause were eliminated and tliu chief executive were given a free land over the naval prof-rain he ivould send up recommendations sevenil or the cruisers at onco. Hut ;he senate stood by Ihe provl slon requiring tlint work on live c tho cruisers shull bo started durln each of the next three fiscal yew beginning with thin year which end July 1. As a result of this vote H 1 possible the measure may he npprov ed without material change as H pnssoii a yo.ir ago by the house am I. this should he done It will b possible to rush the bill to the Whlli House without a conference if tin house of representatives should uc cept a few minor amendments. Aftoir It had refused to strike on the time otlrulatlon. the sonato turn od down another proposal by Sena tar Harrison which would have do fon-cd for a year the operation o Ihe nnval program. Thin was ens' n to discard without even a record vote. iPIDI VCflDC flPH Itlllla H D 0 Former Farm Hand Ad- mits Killing I In August, 1924 GIVES HIMSELF UP i Claims He. Shot His Victim j As Part Of Alleged Suicide Pact CHARRED KEGS, BOOTLEGGERS INTO ORAVK I RICHMOND, Va ,.vi, of llMimnnd. today Indicted On charge of murder crnneeUon with Ihe rlefitii of W 1 i-M! .Miijtiv '2. l-v Biitcln1 ;nvy '--re t-di'V. "Ulnn In the case conunds that _ral" In held In 000 bond TV'' an'! mnrrl-o h'fi wldov. o chtnu ort-.vi'iiir.f t T'lf flnto o- trlr.l will he flmrl toinonow. SOON i caused pMirh tortpv pcffuaflea ilicro doubtful MMiMnn of Hie fiuw- Vs'uUld ud fGuriu SM Moll. WASHINGTON. Feb. 4 nulng consideration of the nomlna. on or Eelwarcl V. Sheely to be post- master at Memphis. Tenn.. a senate ommltlee loday received an afflda- from Bob Church. negro Reptlb- can leade-, for that city, denying lAt ho had asked payment In're- for his Influence in the selec '.lion of a person for the post. 'Hie charge to which Church hor leen made by George T. Taylor. 'ormer acting postmaster at Mem- 'hls. whose confirmation for the post rcufscid hy the senate and bv H. an aspirant for the -option. Bhr-lv. vhny name was sent to the senate by Prcslde-nt Coolidge c month ago. last declared In e 'worn Hatcmrnt that 111 never h.v intimated r-- i'u 1 anythlnj for tho appointment Aflnr its sessions today Ihe coni- -First Transcontinental Air-Rail Service Starts LOG ANGELES. Fob. The 'lint tranacouWnent-il air and rail passenger service was In.iuaura'il ;1 re today when a Standard Al- ..me oanin piano took off tor ui Texas, where H w'.'l eonne' n Tran, Paolflc train hound for Ct. Lotus Tho service will snvf in horn, Iv- t-rmlinls. comnnny official! Stops will be ma.1t, bv plnncs nt Phnnnix, Tucson Eouslnij, Ar.lz. A flftet of nrja 6 tint pawionsor planes his pro'. VlflArt -.___ 1 nit ice was undecided j hear further it'Sl'r-op" in th- tnkt! up rniiskl'TUtlon  y HeprospniatUw ,i. WJ.'f. Taylor, of thf district o: j "Do you liftllpve thorough cn- p r-v-rfm-nt, of tile ocf1" h- iiiskod Wclltnrd. Tho wltncns ropllct: j 'v'' 'if dtc-. vf-'-npTn Tnvlor I'-'r.- it no-, tnic that he wm In thfi mnnufiicturo oT hrtr i r! Vf" t, of thfm r- ,-f'd W-Ufnr-[ thnt he i 'T-c ;-on rrll t.hcin to hnntlpftw-s'" r-n 'Thr ;vlt.n'-v  vcre re i orlctj frnni nosiii.l nil'! fiTUferliig ficut.-. The mlfiery 'f-r-'nr.ui'ierl in mnny t iriod Scores nf persona in nnvf perlshcc! ol starvation Foch Suffers Attack Of Indigestion; Soon Relieved; PAHIH. Fob. 4 MJT.h'.l 1-Yr Hhrtml F'.c'i 'nlqht .r.iflcn-d ;i hllulu 'Hii'-k -if ir, In ic 'roubles Dr HUmiiinnFv! hurried- !.f old MiIHicr In n Minrt t.tin n-id i tli- milk whlrh MIC curlirr in the .'.M. hnve dlrjm.t-i'd -.vt'li h'ui. I thai HUSBAND Of SLAIN SCHOOL TEACHER IN CUSTODY OF POLICE Solicitor Lyies Glenn Plans To Hold Rafe King Pend- ing Investigation STABON, S.TTpob. King, husband of Mrs. Fayc Wilson King. Sharon school teacher whoso Ixxly was found January 25 In a smoke house at their homo hero was arrested late today In connec- tlim with the investigation ot tho SEATTLE. Wnsli.. Feb. 4 Safe beliind the bars where remorse ever crliiiR hiui driven him, Harvey U-fi Selhaver 35, tonight WHS awaiting i lie loyal nclloil which will take him bi'd: to Kingston, N. j.. to stand trial lor tho murder of Ills 16 year old sweetheart, more Unin four years ago. Helhiivur, appenreci in the police lute lust night, worn and hajgnrcl, nnd Anxious to unburden tiimtielf or the secret vliicH ho said ivelRhtd upon him since Au- 4, 1024. when he Fhot and killed Snrnh Kllzubcth Johnaton, daughter Jf a fanner who had refused per- mission for In mto marry the girl. Selhaver had been it farm hand n thn home of Joteph A. Johnson, a r-nueduct, a small f-ettlement near Kingston. Whim Johnson tried to the romnncc of Selhaver nnct tho the pair had nmiiy secret meet- nas aiul finally ionnuhitccl H eul- cklc paL-t. Bf.-lhiiver told police here. After shooting the Rlrl with a 23 ;alibn> weapon, Sulhnvcd lacked the to kill himself, nnd although it- stayed with the body of his slain for four days, he then liisappmred, Icr.vlug a note hlntlnjt He wria soupnt tor questioning fur time, but no trace vas found of him until he appeared voluntarily nerc. Since the shooting he had -Ued ncross the contlnnt nnd worked In many pJaccs under thu inimc of E. L. Meyer, He- been OM t, of work for Lime before his aurrendcr here, but yae neatly dressed. After his" de- ailed confesaton early todny, Sel- Kiver slept soundly mid attempted to repudiate his statement when nwak1 enc'l I his afternoon. grilling by police follow- ed and it was announced Selhaver 'd "confessed" again, this time entlfylng pictures of the slain alrl id her mother. GUERNSEY BREEDERS MEETING HERE The arrest came imiue-uiately aft- er a coroner's Jury which had heard ov.donce all day. returned a verdict that Mrs. King died of poison ministered by persons unknown" 11, prominent Shelby. N. c.. family, testified at I the Inquest today thut his wife left the house on the motnlng of Jan- uary 2S presumably to go to hcr school wlilch oiiened at noon HI I said that he did not become alarm- ed until evening when she had not I -eturned and then started a search I llo aloiLscd nelBhhors and a woman i tpuml the body in the smoke house I KHiB said he was 111 at the time. liitroducen that i Kins had stated that, his wife hart I times threatened commit ililcldc. Nelnhlxirs testified to NT th.. oi said that she had appeared to w in unusually hish spirits A si-ore or more witnesses were loard at the many or them "stlfvlni; to same ir C'lmr'i-s O Burrus. Shnrcn phv- Hle-lan. told the Jury that puKon hud been round In the w-i- ma.'i's stomaeh. He said that the and throat were burnwi Mid. Then. was a cut. th- forhead and her hair wns miitird with bloo-l. Tho rtev R. B. Ilunler. paitr.r nf a local ehnreh. testified thai !'o inrl found a suit of underwear on which they were blood spots In a trunk under clean Tills was Identified as to Klin; KliiR was present throughout the bearhiB. He nime here this mnrn- Ing from the horn., or Ins nnrents Isolated an reporters barre.l neyond his statement to thr crito- iler's jury. Klm{ deellned In talk iilrnn ImmeOiatelv aft- liiry'.. verdict had been ren- dered, let it hf known that he issue a warrant on which to Kin, nendlni; Investigation thh W1.1U h) Ihe Sheriff nnd surrendered SN01W HITS STATE special meeting of the South (.arollnn GURrlisev Association was held yesterday to consider the matter of organlzlnu Marlon. Horry ana Clarendon counties with pure bre-l bulls, along th; line suggested recently by V. w. Lewis, general livestock agent of The Atlantic Coast Line. Forty members of the association from counties cast of ColumbU at- tended the called mee'tlll': J F Stackley. pr sldent. preiidcd. Tho association to Mr. Lewis many bulls as he- wanted. Mr Lew- Is Is working out th.. pl.uis to pla'ca them. Darlington and Florence countle.l arc already will taken care of it w.ia pointed out. Georgetown and Wllllamsburg -ountles will be organised nest Memhe-s or the Association were 'nt rtii'nM ut the R-itarv lunrh-cn it which n. n. Cok.'r of HarLsvlllj W'TS the soeaker -ivitins II.IMI; JVn-ii n; Nuvs: SAUDIS. residence of He-ht Hhln-hart n (1-- in fi.f .Sai-.i-Mnv afternoon h'Hlt o'.-u-j-k i'-' -ilii-h -a he.id- "I'.V fl.-nic's. Pan of tha 1IAMBONFS MEDITATIONS Hv J. Ailny IMAH FOOTS A IN' j ScAMV-oi'i BIG -HITS 5' 5EcH A I'lIlnACO I'Y'n. ,.l'i- A Mdon. f'it .noie man '.y yi'li'.n old was fnr ,.i of M-.v Klin Kinnnli Consul In fll'd t M-t. r-ri'inrrt fllrd'nt (1C mi tl.UJ, N. V. Noi. Id. i A ll.'ht he-re al rlglil -li.irllv hefon M'lopeil Into   

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