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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 12, 1929, Florence, South Carolina SOUTH: CAROLINA Did You Ever' Stop To THINK? I'J. POPE'S SELF IMPRISONMENT ENDS" bill for the es- tablishment of a city for Florence to c care ot a great part of the, A II M i r- VV smaller cases which are car-! Adds Normal G- ried over from term to term! Stlrenglh of the circuit court because if M'tFtS. 17 Y -the lawyers are not ready toi Wb try them, is being sponsored Claims He Was Victim Of F.orence Bar Most Emotional, Ignorant _____ j Campaign In History it ;s understood' ATLANTA. pci> n _ that lots of county discussion Ui CdSt.y.1 lhe lost (ho will also come under its juris- ami what Uic flipri'n A i' I had in store lor the future, UlCtl-n. A JUtlge IS to be occupied the southeastern polliicu pointed at several thousand today the mi- ji] hctsioii oi the f tin" o dollars a year salary. Thcj heki m tne south. COimty Clerk Of COUrt is to -all the work at no increase If28'" protl'Esor E wootihousc! iof University ot North Carolina. at- 'tributcd Oov. Alfred E. Smith's do- Teal to a "normal Republican plural- I Hnnkmn of Dune University, discus sins the future of the Democratic party, expressed the opinion that the party must reorganize lest it disin- tegrate, and said that if Smith n-uln suits of smaller denomi- nation and calibre, will conic irder the jurisdiction of I1CW court, it is understood i "Ms for Uie prcFkiem Thin- will J 'ilhe rarty would be a's Hit} uill be carried over spin tllc last ca irom term to term just a? as "a Ercat tad. they -are carried over in the common pleas court. f HAT-Florence has just a term of the com- mon pleas court for which a complete roster had been ar- ranged. Juries, were called two weeks. 'The 'court broke down, however, before the end of the week because nobody had any cases they were ready to try. er and a man Imbued with tlie fin- est Democratic principles prof iVoodliouse blamed bin defeat on "tlie most emotional and most teno- -int campaign in our He said that reliitloiw Florence county would not appear to need any more courts. It cer- t'ainly does not-need any more me! added that It was his' opinion that same Protestant church leader, had orposed Smith "avovv.'dly lor .ils stand c-i In fact because ofjhis religion." ci-: S J 0 .......................iNEGVPT DURING PKOXY FIGHT" ------p..................................................................................................... Dr Lucas Lets Contraclb 1'orJVlontgomery Ward Home NAMES OWEN TOONG PAEIS. Feb. 11 ncv.- commission of reparations goi lo H ejected Owe ;t.art today. D. Young of the United States chairman decided lo hold two meetings daily Hereafter and sum a telegram to General Charles Its and attorneys it already has. extensive ones. What Flor ence needs, and the county not all alone in this the 'is lor more energy on ls to nnls1' "ic work started of the officials tormulation of a for final rem- _______ ration payments by Germany to her Montgomery and Co., have signed a i contract for the leasine- of a'number ot >'cars winch" i fe stallmcnts are to be spread Olg- Store building in Flor- Although the delegates were no- ence.. That is a good sign. It ia a recognition of the fact lhat the "cll'u'-'i" was not men- that Florence is a live town. ed lo bo n complete understandnie _ among the experts that the discus- In less than half not to lM broadened to i a" Unit it would involve a day page after page of 11H! of France and other deb s-'unatui-cs had been sccurcil yesterday to a petition urg- were ing the Florence county clele-j or tne first decisions or n sation to support the state h ghway bond issue. srs Price and Revell, ever, of the local J, i t and that no records should b, already sponsored "cept of decisions. Tni> bill while everybody knows >.ow Air. Arrowsmith 8ct thl'oush lllc "ls' on the progresaive measure. few people rea lize the wonderfully fine' jiecision. work the Florence county I. L. A., under Dr. Johnston) -.in r doing that it is pity Governor _ COLUMBIA. S. C.. .Reb. ll_m_- ExprC'fslns his approval of the ser- vice it had rendered during his acl- GRAIN SPECULATION ENGAGES ATTENTION OF SENATE_ SESSION Discussion Opens On Bil To Prevent Sale' In Future Markets WASHINGTON Feb Spsculatlon'ln cotton senate today as dls-usslon the bill of Senator Pi th opened sont a telegram to General Charles Democrat. Arkansas' to G. Dawes hoping that it would be jsaie cotton anj 'grain iready has been The measuro ,vas d.strlL-ta by 1 trativmlsslon and tl-.e postmast r- ger.i.ral would be required In ,-'e rtarc "unlawful" any dealin with a.tr..-cmenls lhat to his attention. During Ransdcil's more instances of it s con- Crete benefits could not bo placed before the public. There has never been a finer work done in this county. miiilstrauoi, Onvmior Ulcimrds t. reapiiolntM the entire nwn-- hershlp cf the slnte honrcl intloii. The Governor said ho wis Fathers and wouU a o was pleased with the work of of sl.il ,v-a u do well to acquaint nt nif no-mrtuniiy i.( rolvos with with tho work of in-v. country lodiiv celebrates the liirlhday of Abraham Lincoln. T. Fcl. Snytlfr. H. C. Enild-llnii. Mis nnblieaii) Iowa, nsned tlltxires exchanges akieti ihc r-trn tho orpiisr.s "Whrit shape -A'oukl ihe fanner b- i." Ri'H'-.ci 11 ,-mmtrred. "if iie no nrsncy n pro.cet him .mil wa; ihc mercy nl a Kjmbln.iti.in a' H? woukl be tho rorkii. Th-.-ie soealled hit i market wli-n ihci think '.he pi lee lo-v enough. lju: .-.IK! immejiiitely the prlix and th, Rrnokhari tho mllle combined? r.ski'tl. "C.in ynn (jet specnl.ito'-'; to r< bine to pvit down Ihr [irlcr R.i RniiKlell qnotoj I'resklen: Mn of the KXI'III linvlnit said that BS per rent the trading was V Clavton o: Uie brnKi'iai.v ha of Anderson, Clayton ;uid hftvlnu pin i! c.-in.M rvallvely CO cent. "Will yon r.ill It tho loRltimncy of a WASHINGTON. Feb 1] Secretary Jardlno today leporie. i, conijress that UR ror-M in .L- .IWlpi if tccted mrl nian-a.cd wen: cipable o' reducing the flood crests river r.5 inches. Tht reported. pared In jc-oi dai'Oe wllh tii.. control mc.-snrt said that a sd which was not present personr.rl anl fun-is "However." the i-'eretirv --ih added study of ;he problem' Iv brought lj- liulit facts ivorthv of --ou'- atu-i- tion for qio-v that the ft.r'--I Df the Mississippi watomheti w i, respcnplble for a reduclion in rrests of m-ariv I inches. "Purtliermorc. wire nil forest of th; Mississippi Valley proper! protected nnd managed In acc'oni ancc with established forestry prln ciples practie-s. a further reduc tlon in possible riaod cresU of .v indies -.vonld be possible. "Accnrding to Ihe data of Ma.lu General Edpar Jadwln. this retrain- ing effect be equivalent the storage ripanty tjf some 4 fi r, crvoirs- each with a capacity of million acre "Thus the results even when 'd on ncknowlcciscd incomplete nn.- con-servatlve data. of such cance that it tiacs not -s.-em IMe tlint tin- part the fore.st.s jjiay n th' control of ,'kxxls can he T ifnoi-ed. Cer'alnly it eem that any plan of the rivcr ontrol tinit do-..T not for- slry ns nn auxiliary men.-nire -.vduir verlook an iinporlaht aid in th' ontrol of flood., nt their source. "The rccommcndatioHo of the part.ipent inciuriv-'. in. arfom- par.ying report indicate the w.iy n wiiieli tile foresm i.iay ht. mad t, do their part the -.vill, of course as far its H n endeavor t.l impicvc tile lion." A stna'y uf the effi'ct of for x conservation upon conln. waf; Included amoin; the provisions of tlie conf.ol aL- was approv.-fi by ir.st jession. Tile -in of the fust to .x- m-Kle as a rr.-u! if tiic of act. JWILL COST Modem Edifice To Be Put Up On Lot Next To City Postofficc Actual work will b.-mn th', FiorrtKc brunch. Ur S. Luias, who Is erci-Mi.. 'I'. bui.Jmu on Just north tlie pio-nrii building ycstercliiy awarded the t iiu ilii'oiij.1, w. D. ncnttecLs, to w. A. Cniry Hncl Co 0 The- inilhihi" js cost approximately Uic conu.icl l-jr piumblng was iuvnrdofl to nee Piny i.nil the cu-itrui-t lor the elT tilcil work to J. FortiH-r Co to jlnB to the tne building will be two stori, tn I Its n-on: will IM 0, I r.olt.i ana it will contain h snow windows. Tne have 20.0110 square feet of" H will 1m i! ,i irontagc ol' feet nnd a depth ol 200 feel 'A .smnl _ -o th? norili of Uic Mont.'om- i-i j-ry Ward bullallig will measure i II by 100 reel and .vlll be lor rein I 11 The ImlHiiu every steam no and flcvatr.r service. Tiie n veiniii-ni Including "est.iu will approxlmat' i lions June been pending between L Harper, riprcivntlnj Ihe Mo.H gomery Ward pocpl: Lucas uiu Erunson. Dr. Lucas f n a number of months. Thfe -ic. nations were bron-ht to n cloa- -the ci.ulracU were ed 1'he Montgomery Witrd people. It I will a fill; line fif cbanclise here for both ill .Hid retail. Ihclr pi-in howevrr. for the conduct of thr i-'lorer.i-e store, ir.tle hab Ui-en I-.ui, Tlie ston. will he one of I lie nuft i Jiuia i uu uia H (i_u 11 SO HflEfiSTEl fiBIP rhousaiicls Of Residents In Vienna Keep To Beds lo Remain Ahve SNGW BURIES WOMEN Hunger Maddened Wolves Decimate Big Flocks, Herds In Albania ASSEMBLY TO FACE HIGHWAY BOND BILL COLUMBIA. Feb. jussion of the piopnsej -late highway bond issue hi ihe general HSMMnhly ihr ,.ve lie fifth wi-k of nielr Both senate and honsr return I vork -.oir.orraw no.-in The hip issm. ,s re tlte Kcnati- n lajnrlly favoiable report Frlda 1 IT _PEICE WITH LINDBERGH AWES AT BELIZE, HONDURAS 1.F.IUE. rnr. his rcluui !o will. Airways Mies lor itii-pr.rt He Colonel .lohn ll'iniitlivioi, :lt of Uie i I.ieuteil'tnl Oirlsltiui i has 'jeen Ir-n i rroni Ihe Marhi- u, Mliiinl smx.'Hnl.'mic'i; KOMK. 11- .Jncsiicin wnB a ul Hi, and vallcan wits al pei.-r will, lia'y. The formal acc-imuhsh 01 ihls today VMS Ihe e'x- .nansu or i-li'mturiu .111 lllutuii. .aini-e of St. John Li.iernn by iw< I, car I Cinspiirrl for XI 1 i iimler Mussolln. vie'or I- i -nunanufl III. I- i III Kim. the to h( I i movable Docunieni winch heal. i ;I1 II Intense .1 ainicted Europe iy lakes and VMtei-- reser. and whole villages Jugoslavia, Albania, chmosloviiltla. Rum.inhi and Nor- were coverrtl with deep drills of mow. iiUhk'il.'.a Inn-eased Its death list ih.-e luniieruu.a reports of people hting lo denth. The llhielH Bureau HTU said linn Vienna VMS experlenc.- lii'i Us coldest wenlher since 1775. imiMimln or residents, flndins; H ipii.-lblo lo warm In their 'ine.i. the rolfee houses, ivli- other public 01 lien, rcnuiined covered 111) ill bed all day. In ihe uovernment sciil airplanes wllh food, blankets nnd suppllc.s iu snow entombed vll- I'lly of Alnbanln. wan the source of reports thnt hi nBcr wolves deellnmtinj IIIKI lin-ds. l-'our were reported burled -liuliT MIUW nciir Trieiiln. Greece. II :IL; Piun-pn. iii'll .Sv.aholes. near Ezcgrdln. the volcleHl. j-lnce moo. Between Houst- ;.ntl OulrBev. the D.iuulx! was wllb a Inur layer of Ice. -23 below zero Pah- iiiilielt in some sections, no trams running beuveen Sofln nnd the country The Wiuuiw-Huchurcat wrrylns 120 pnssougoVs, .ivas'niiirooriJ Kosmh. In reporlod ne i-nliliut dny In 154 yours. At. ajlllhnn Bohemia. nu'irin-v lell hi .10 deureea be. wru. Cenl.imide. COLD WAVE WILL LAST SOME DAYS ll's lute II The wave bearing Oar.llnal eiasprrl lei: latest wave bearini; he hud rimilned In lempera- npp- I to virtually every section was hilly and wea.her In thnnighout mi perhaps SILESIA VISITED BY WORST FROST 9 0.. 1] Jr. Uonnni Mfclnnl.-. nr rt' WnshlnRlon Oreen' Mrs. v. U10 linns Mm. and nr. .1. w. par 'S STVATK rOM'Hoi.S NOMINATION VVASHINGTON, Fob (fr) I of Major Oenetii) 0. Neville tn iw rnrnmnn- whotr1 Carolina, rxphiiird Hint must soil nil their ciop inn iMcINMS REAPPniN'tf-'l) M I? bft tlif MIVT if jnm. or tiio M.ir.nc Corps, wns
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