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   Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 10, 1929, Florence, South Carolina                             VOL.'XXXIV CO VIZ US JEA.STERW SOUTH CAROLINA Did You Ever Stop To THINK? is good in Florence despite the set KILLS SOOTH CAROLINA TO ESCAPE NEW VISIT F OLD KING WINTER MORNING, I'UICK KIVR CENTS ROMAN QUESTION backs the community has Sheriff Of Alabama County ________ SUliered liy reason Ot I -r r.i the west, chili blasts he. suffered liy reason of storms and floods which served to destroy the crops and causi the farmers 'great loss. has shown a remarkable resistance against business odds and has cont nued to pi-egress in the lace of obstacles a less cour- peous people would consider (unsurmountable. Southern Gulf States Will Bear Brunt Of Real Cold Snap -There is no tioiibl about the fact that the faimers need assistance from the state and the govern- ment, so haid have they been hit, but they might as wel atcept the fact that there it litlle hope for relief frorr government sources and se1 about making their own ar- rangements for making a liv- ing. To Check Wierd Tale Of Abduction KIDNAPEDBY" BANDITS Victim Says He Escaped At Filling Station After Shooting ATLANTA, Ga., 3 MOBILE. Ala thorities tonigh Feb. 9. were try ravel the tangletl .skein hj ,ln of of tluftr'n of bandits who Crsalr Reyes, of St Augustine. Pla, tola Sh t [f AH Brown, of Brcston. Escambia coun- klllctl when i tables on his abductors. ie turned tin Rev 'JHAT Strong sentiment id being stiiToI .up against the bond issue lor jjcod roads. It comes as of a reaction. However, the bill is .sponsor- ed by a large majority of the Jiouse of representatives aiia: is likely to pass, as it 'should. Those who oppose the rapid completion of s was held prnjlng nn Inves- iii of his siory. while sneril, i tonight was cnroutc -to Moss Miss., v.-here the bojv of believed to tc th- Florltll- tolcl Sheriff Brown he w-m cnroutc St. Aum'stine Montgomery a; automobile Ifisl it when he a car follow- mg closely but paid no aUention to It until he approached Flomaton, when the other car pui' i'il up beside hlr.i and ht> was or-'o-- LCl 10 Stop. _ When broueht his machine to stop. nier. In the other r.v covered him with pirtols and took f.Hl) he had in nis pockets ana or- dtrcn him Into their machine. Me cf the trio .jot his car and 'tlroV- behind them. Reyes raid he drove thc bandits car, under orders. As they drove Into F'omafnn eyes .said. i 3-ui LO sweep over Suutiiern Gull [Slates tonight and. continuing Sun- Iclay vlll bring temperatures which Did fair to be the lowest or tho winter, H v.'as predicted today bv .veatiier forecaster Von Herman. Georgia. Alabama. Mississippi, Ten. ncssce and Louisiana all lay in the falh of the oncoming cold wave Von Herman said, bears teni. penitures of from 10 to 18 degrees. As against a maximum reading ol 32 today, Atlanta Is expected by Sun- uay night to shiver In 18 decrees weather, two degrees colder than" th low. while a fifty degree drot. ;s expc-cteci In norlhein Alabama. The Mississippi-Tennessee border was expected to bear the brunt ol the cold, with thermometer reading- JO degrees while southern Mississippi and Louisiana could ex- pect from 20 on the coast to 14 in tho nofhern section, Vor said. ivxtreme northern Florida was ex. peeled lo have temperatures hovcrin-j ..round lilt ire-cuing point, but weather jiredictor expected but slight :hanges further soii'tli. The Carolinas, Von Herman eald. were In the path of the ice- sden winds but he expected that -hey would not reach those states jctorc they moderated some. Generally fair vfather was expect. lri and nu rain or snow was 'tirc- dicted. MAX 1VINTEK CHICACiO, Feb. 9 Oul man winter sneezed over thE middle west today and sent the umpcratmc down down tod hi vere goln? to stoy a' a fi 111 n. 'Reyes Sr.id L lln" station he proJuce-1 tn v ie 4iasp of new zero wave. Headings of 25 zero 'in some sections, y in Iowa where the cold was most icvere. The Chicago area experlenc- ta Hero wealner. One ueath was re- ported hero, attributed to the cold. iojdent in Belleville. .111.. rnr uililchthe I >w'athcr blamed. Their automo- 'HOOVER SETS FOR FORT MYERS TO iVISIT THOMAS EOISON 'Prosiclcnl-Iileci Will Be Al Birthday Parly For Pfl iff I'amous Inventor i nLLtL! E i Senator Smooth Expects Call For Extra Session To Go Out Then BACK FROivT FLORIDA Utalian Favors Increase Of Tariff Rates On All Agrarian Products as. he trio had In of sub-zero iim and Urea on the man s'ttinS' rcmPeraturas prcvalieo. Madison re- L..C iciuiu cuinpieuon 01 to him, who fell from the ma? wns six bclow- st- the State highway system bv "hlnfi "nd turned temperature of i oclow. BJ-IL1" "y wounding him. i lllc iorcc.ist indicated zero wcath- a state bond issue confess that tmcs are hard. If times were good they would .-hasten to vote for the roads. They forget that South Car- olina with two can recover .all gcod crops set a filling station proprietor assist them In putting their com-i panlon's body into the car and dri J." B filling station proprietor said he akiecl in placing body in the car and the men lllat it ha; told him there had been an accl- Jost in the past ;km' SM WEEKS LIMIT SET FOR DECISION severai years. CARLOADS OF if the figures of the State nijnipr nrn 1 IIP e nr Highway Department are CHOICE PECANS ARE correct, to enjoy the paved OUIDDCn CDOM Iimr roads within the next twoidnirrCU nLnt three years, than it will to! _____ stretch construction over a Final Consignment Sent period of twenty years. two Canad- ians sought to cross the border in search of work the United States Govern- ment excluded them as (jucta Aliens because of the fine Distinction drawn between and "business." If The United States had move Canadians with their respect 'for law and order and their natural teralenci.es toward Out By Carolina Cooperative Finn thr ft, the counry the better off. would be! Mr. And Mrs. James Evans Here For Few Days Visit Three carloads of pecans from Florence ye.sterday winds up the nut PARIS. Feb. 9 Five wccks set today as the limit for con- sideration of thc reparations problem by the new commission of experts Speed was thc password adopted a thc llrst meeting of the commission which was held this mornln" un rter the temporary chairmanship o Eniile Moreau. governor of thc Bank of France. All the delegates. Germans, Allies I'.nd Americans, agreed at this In formal "get acquainted" gathering that if Uicy could not find a lor n final settlement of Germany's war accounts within five weeks there a likelihood they never would nee. There was unanimous demand at the meetng that O.veli D. Young of the United states oesome perma- BOME- JOSE BE LEON TORAL i to formal cons urn million AuH PAYS WITH HIS IE OF TfiEiT! TO I 187D South Carolina for tills rolled ji'cnt chairman. Mr. I-.uwcvcr whicn aomiirrea at (He sUHjjesiion savin- from he understood that Prcslileiit Cool- m and Easlcni North Ide would prefer a European In th, far na chair Tt season" nirat lor iMhlp-jcd dratined Mr. Young stated the final ship-! mciits out this are somewhat! later than last owing to thoji liberal crop mat'C in the Soutii tilis season, and the buyers have delayed having tin- mils pcd out just as late as they colllrt i A representative of one of the larg- est Pecan in th? nation was r.t Florence thir, ana slntol that it IR bellrved liy many liiat there was made tills year in South the largest crop of or paper shell nuts ever p. but not as i.irse crop of seed in 132 W.i 3cr Hint Mr. Vouna I Thomas W Lo- j American delegates --ntire iifternoi Into figures and details of payment" ruder tnc Daves plan which were submitted lo them oy s Parker O'l agent general of reparations. iin'jri I Marsha! Ferdinand Foch Shows Some Improvement LiONS CLOO flEABS TALK ON BOY WORK Kvans Etoppcrl for several weeks In oummervllle niter they lelt Florida. T.-.elr many friends were di-llBhtetl to Bee them when they arrlecl here .yesterday. Mr, Evans Is one of most prominent business men of Philadelphia and is associated vith enterprises of national importance. Ho does not hesitate to nclmit. how- _______ ever, that his heart remains In Flo- Friday's mcetlnB ol the Lions Chi H-nce. thc city of his hlrlh. anil that; was devoted to the activities of th no hope., some day to reliirn Hero, i hoys work committee tit which Fr- ills fricn.ls hope that he mr.y som; Willis ,3 and the prmiran U-as one or unusual Interest and pro T.IIIIVU Tllp nttendance wm fine an lllinilD.Uh !ho declr.red to he on Iff the best thc Lions have he'd h Wlllhm Allen White, noted u.i.....l. j. snirbnrninh pl-vn Uior. born nt Emporin, Kansas, (il! several selections on the aeurd'.m years i accompanied hy Mnrnaivt Slr rtohert Fnlconor. president or thl) Ohas. W Mul Ihe University or Toronto, born OJ [lrow yoji-s nso lotiiiy. :cr Monroe, N. 0.. rurni.hoil sevorn' nishop William N. AhiRwoith of ciellRliltul musical mimhers on Ih- Sf niimo and the, violin, whlln they holh South, born HI Cnmlll.1, Georgia, 871 eMellent nnd chiirmi" CIBO today. I volco. mtrrcstlnu tnlks vwe mnd; MEXICO CITY, Feb. I) shots tlmt killed General Alva- la.it July iiad their bs today with lh? executio-i b' i firing of -lor.e Leon he assassin. The youiii slayer who throughou :i-.d maintained that he felt his for the oi Mexico. I- dropping swiftly before a rapid hail Of The exeeulion had sul for noon, but it was put over mm! p. m. A few minutes before the hour, Toral taken to A small uatio and Instructed hoy to act be- fore the firm.: squad. Hi listened Calmly to (he instructions a little as the men taiel him now to die. Then he was led lo I. ly, the sraiement ol th -i'testlon. The Pope loday wilh th" of his nejjotialms coi-rect- d final pniois of the lexis nt th" icaty and Us con- Tlie Italian government notified al '-alien ambassadors .tnd minlsler cruising iciaurly ern end of hont Sauntrrt'i'. Ih- Fort Myers on tho i 'in Mon.iay he luuh' day iiiuilv rsary Thnni.i, A E.II- With him rav and Mrs. Kieiiura of Vork and Jeremiah easl- eln liT.i.snrei ol K, pnbla-.in li-mil con.mitu-c .tn I ,iwn r -ir Sannici'cr. The party lelt Belle ill automobiles ai narai and I'lfilny mllL-i soulhward 10 north of K, y wncr- ihe boat I hem. While there v.'.u. koine laik ol Mr and Mrs. Hoover landlm; down I In' river so that Mr. Edison "nml uin friends. F.ird and llaney o could sreel them at thc- city lliinls and ride with ihem ir the Edison estate, It was state-l hei-'-  in- I un .mother with his ''..sc of A. I. Lfiskcr. .snmn nnd foi'nioi of ii now dofum-t. riiinnclnt; who tndny WJLS .sentenced v-.f fioin flvp to thii'tv yc'iir.-i i.- pPMil.rMUnry for iinHiMcailnn 'lionillon rucoi'UH. U'inr Hin-lly nru- si'iurnrr- on fnllnw of motion fnr lo ttiiij hy IHir- I' v.-li K ..tiorney nui or MIL In: Di'lbuM. hr- win lo Sun ii! jin.suii, he wiii ;i VViii'tlcn .rinut j{ M.sli today l-lvrn nuw. .il- 'inii Krycs Is in iipjKM] lir- and c.isc l oi.l u Ijullot, hnust: j incliiy ijasyt'tl a BiMiate bill to fU n i ti-n yeiir jji-oymin for llu; i-stiihlhli. incut of n-fiim's lo c.ire tor tin; coini- Liy's lory tituuc buds. 'J'hc- V.IH to U. The- t-.i curry out tin.- I.CI-KIS of blnl trratv With C'mllitda. would crente bird siiiMuinieh in accoiclaiifc wlMi ijh.ns vorkfii out by a commissiun provided for uniit'r tlie bill. The ritL-itsurt' gun-i buck to thr senate foi foiirild'Tiiiluii of ciKinges ni.idu bv the hoLi.sf. Thrrt: was no tlie tinrins thc dchuu: in th-_' liuiibe Llie uf a mti- on pu-s. was rcuclicd ihd't- was a dt'iiiant. he niiiUiiinliy of Hie house in favoi thL- projm.sat. St-ver.il inuinbur- lainort'd for rL-coyi.ltlon to reqursl i roll cal. hut tin- lii-fykcr ilucjued :o them. Thc Jiicfisiirc re- written ,'by thf iHunc iii.-TU-ul'urt- In :ts pn-stiu lorn: i[ would create a commission lo dn-L't-t Tlio conimlshion v.ould be uoinpuM-d Uio Sfsrii-trirluh uf and interior. men j ol tho and I Tho woui'l be 10 luve a MII-VI-V IIKIIK- Ui- till- b.-M LU i BOGNOft. Eiv., Fob. Sootht'C by miinnur of tho Cieorsu resk'd well ut w-ii Hou.'.o after A sutcehs- jonrncv by a .spcclnl from Loiulon. A mecli-jal bulletin Issued thai, bis majesty thp 70-mile motor trip .....s satisfactory veial hours after hr luul his qurtiM-s in "Sunshine ns -s Lord ;tf Pciiu. tinliifi! tne patient .UK! issued t'.i- iflleli.I report r.-tvirnt-rl ui Londji: v.-lulo Sir S'.anl'-v ll( drsc ,i'U-ntlnii-0 llr: KdiLt ;is :.t in P.il.K'C. Slim it Her iirrivln.: at his nf.v ini-r nnuri.-hinf nt. Hs en.! a iirolon'ictl fiiici II. J. I'. AII-7 i A BOSS PON' OUTEM L'- >T I tK EASY EASY FUI MAH5 i' MAN WASfflNClTON. Ke -aia-UMi legation H. ln.d (f.'ielHlly (.he Hnnriiim haruls 't territory and t has boon i-nu. ho III r I'.ul Sunday: MmuHv Inciva.l, Mr nf wili b Tinnnnn H ,n 1 p. ,n. Thr l -in Ir 'n of n nnnltary fire prnoi i tho home M, M vnltmtrpr nolOirrit .u "'no, nt a end of vnuid be ntithnrlKud under n bli: 'I by tho .sninii- ami Cool let (if b, hell   

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