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   Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - February 17, 1929, Florence, South Carolina                             VOL. XXXiv 583" COVE US JE A. STERN S OUT If CAROLINA Did You Ever Stop To THINK? Coy Scouts u, OF SENATE FOR.'' REUGIOUS SPEECHES SEVEN MASSACRED''INCHTAGO'GANGLAND FEUD Connecticut Senator Scores Heflm For Stirring 'lid themselves proud in1' U i Up Ihei.' window t'.ressing exhi- 'Sentencing Of Four City i WASHINGTON. -UV-PI-O- btion. .It was thiough thisj Of Flerrin Ofti'dals meant, that the Scouts ]o End Act amifp" ed what they had lear.ic.l; Kinami- Hc-mn.' owmx-n .and what they do tni59 KNOWN MURDERS! S (.all to service. ,tr. i catholic ohm-ch." K 1 n A n lipfhii immodiatclv challeiwe _, of Known As Execution once people studied Block Of Mobland and marveled at "R o o d y Williamson" i KnOWn As nrx., nnr.ilh on I'.op.uty of calling of attention ij i lip (.landers winch 'tl relh'loiis frcetloin." was norpd by Blnt-lum, hut ho hentKlly in's accusation that ingemiify of the bovs who had constructed them.' to lo _______ n cv i, occurred with only a M f j the iloor. S Aisop o! a fov- deposel nrrir- i i apo.ojizKl lo Senator Hollin for stau Jacksf nvill" ic th" H-Rk "1" m" "iiuciKi- j.s wm Ol IhOjCd to ;llr up religious Hcf fii-tnrg Jo? Long of Florence i c acV'" hlul u untrue.-- in ll-r. i i- tf--iv. "J shouldn't Jinvp in the efiorc ol Mr. Long to j -.ma liquor ina said w.- induce Mr. H-m-m- ..._.bso.. intended tJ d.ce Mr. Hcover to slop) 101- a while in Florence on his rctuiu to U'ash'ngton. in TOT -vero Pllr up religious Hatred npn.rlv' i I y ad lo A-i tome under j.rr v: mm as Mason I wish tl.o era or 'jlos-'ilvd I Pr0lest lhc or tin, rt'tT "10 iv f lnru'n iiu' stirring up Of "n.i ,.i oils hntrpd in this country I wlsli l.mk'.s'i.ihe reroril to that "the groat RESIDENT ELECTnni i OOKER ENDS TOUR OF FUHIDA 1'Vloiilialilifs Of Dislrid I'M.M Hl'lArll. f Kirn Lone Hayle" Nests For Night At Coast Guard 1 louse On Lonely Island 40 Ml LI'S OFF COAST At Washing- iisin-iM- himsi.if in ton Auam Causes Many -r IVliiil n'ff 1 (Jllicias Worry J ili--j N. C.. iipsti'il at tho flom ll.itlpriis llll.-I const slatlon, l.iv-.iithi'! iiptipr ivc.nlii-1-. -r.u'h of liatti'ras this nftpr- uy foi! mill lain. Col. ChnrleE nl rlot'il ol iaut ;1 MHIpii unollipr to tho 'Ji'- which over anxious p.r.ml.s ol warch that have IhoilsaiH .mil jm.irkcil spu-riil ol rcu-iu fi Bhts. For .ii.Jiiia IIIIIIUM i-vcryllKMi; il.iuic M'TOHil Him: in twii fi'lpnds. I'-cMilcm tclluw MVVP s'l'- ol done l..y c'.i alixloni I'lomi'iilf. v.'hi'll !.o Now 'I'l-V lilk" si'Dll alter hi. Vorl: lo 1'arls rilor (ailed to show up lewis, mi. his nntoic.oljllo I In Wjishlnmon on rf.iiru from I'Ml-AtliiM-lcun -i j- irnoli G H'lk-pt- T-M-i i ,i i liere JUKI to invuc Inc president-elect I umti-j states i :ntt-My Masons' to stop ther.-' "hewheiv ,tc0'' Hc lvhl'" mfiu- tl.ui ol the Catholic cinireh the I Oil way b.ick to Wasllilllr- I rt.a.t, were Einel1am hat! duelarecl Urn ion, and will Put in j llU1' i "'wuh .ho or r 1 is right in his attilull; on wS-ri SnS'p S'Lel, ody in Sloa, turned bis heac, HV...V ami dpelmed lo imikc an-, He will hi. arraij-ncd v, .-iu-t, of tin1 Aviator-; f'.l J-'OM .salti Uini (In- ;is noi uvt'i luO fed. acinvi iv h.in ihi- IH-XI Thr place wlu-ro Col. Mndbprgli I'H- Hi-M Jfl'M ri-nii, IfildlUf -ID UllIlN frOIll tllC t.u Dpfni-f ll.ey wlv r.uilnluml. He hnidnl on the hartl i One Woman Killed Three Hurt In Mexico IXI.KT KKW N. C 10 Uliarlcs A. who was j lurti-il imwa nl Cain Hater.., thU Major Asa Candor Dies Following Long Illness! ex.-ite tiil'ference of opin- ion, his stand for good roads i-xcilos our admiration and wu wish him. all success. fcilernl lit Iirihinai him vlth fi-'d mrn. A S KHlr-y. Hero Radio Operator 1 QuitS Ssa Life For MEN IN ALL OF LIFE EXPRESS SORROW_OVE1{ MELVILLE E. STONE DKATH snnlh by Dnrllncton. traveling' Sea Lsie ror wne j the Coastal NEW i "l ....._.. yi.'IHI loom lit Ml 01 tl. i htolH 1'enr r d H II have been entirely sat-, islitd Will the rojid "ew of the Halian Flo cxc-i'pt for (he din-h.. tiiilcs thai. c.re sntisfieil, how-' of the fehnira! vnit or iv n ,1 Colnnihia rompany. II Wllll Ihe aCCOmtlntlOllS he hated to clvp no the iliey nri! driven. This you know how It is." pm-.l nrt only to Klnri'iice 4 j ,i rniriis r nt to olher points along ...____ the route. The j unction, ..'ty 11 lit iJirst 1 a vommodnticns forj 11 is the city thatj 'lav. ClMwell [.irn-rr'v nas wll' Clly. Prlilay< R II MTElvwn. r-ors'l-'V-, t "'irepft, Held man. vcon. dre-w l.'vs, '-T'.vs, field mr.n. I1 vecn. rocn r-1.. F.-. llnnnrl Pni-h p.Vf.oil thnt thnc wa.s n "ir'tovs ronu'tlnie nrx: v of lua't iiiri K: 'He', rillnii i normal pulse loni -.'-d Melville K :ir of Ihe lhan 1 TOM' I.AK TXJ MUCH j soilatfd' I'res-: lo l'.-r of i, .TIIII.IV Afl.-. an <-f W II ''I1'- linwM M. in-eN'.ri iiiur, jr., 'wni he r.-' Ipnlil tribuii, to M Marshal bt u Hoover, f I-M: Ih'ie i J. r. i j Italian Chlelf r lo ibi ed ars he "HiT.il of i; M'..' n' the tr ate r.! r WEATIIKii v 'I' I'ailh i inoilirale lion lou-l niinK. I'alllv I'liiud' i-.lclcr I" "in Sitmliiv. Moiulay parlh 'liulili; '-.HI f I I ft '.N   

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