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DEATH IN STORM !
FOR MANY PERSONS
MORE THAN THREE HUNDRED
Illi nftit an-l Infll.lni Hit
Although Casualties Are Re- i
ported in Others
Chicago, April 18. (By the Asso- ('
ciated Press)?The terrific storms
sweeping eastward across the country
-which in some parts of the Central !
states became tornadoes, resulted in 1
at least 32 persons killed, two miss-,1
ing, 320 injured and several millions |
of dollars damage to property, according
to incomplete reports tonight
from the stricken areas. : 1
' The 320 listed thus far as injured 5
include on'y those in towns which ]
ieit tne iuu errec:s 01 trie storms./
Scores of others in sections not di- 1
rectly in the path of the tornado were <
hurt and the total belie-ed to be 1
beyoni th? 500 marl:. In addition :
several of the injur'.; m a criti- 1
cal condition. j<
To ail those inters
which the taking out c
ed> please take parti<
the order of the City <
of May is the last da;
such license without z
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in open cai 5, 6:
doers: clutch at
new type z aicradded:
Illinois and Indiana werj hi: baldest,
the list o; known dca;l in IHinois i
beina: 11, while in Indv.na I') fatali-!
ties already have oeen reported. The I
Illinois reports are believed to be j
complete bat there art* some areas in i
Indiana from which no word has been ;
received, communication lines beir.?.
Two persons were killed in Missou-;
ri. while Kansas, Michigan and Ohio
sustained heavy property damage.
Tonight the storms still were mov- j
ing eastward, but apparently had
spent their full strength, subsiding in
most places to snow or hail with high ;
Indianapolis, April 18.?The num- j
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ber of known dead as result 01 trie i
tornado which swept over central and '
ou.hern Indiana was increased to- j
night to 20. More than 300 persons j
ivere reported injured in the storm [
which struck the state near the InJ:
lino o T? f] llffpd SOOT! af-|
fcer it left Williamsport, leaving in J
ts wake a mass oc wrecked proper-,1
:\\ the damage of wnich it is believ- j
2d will amount to more than $1,000,-!
?w&jmwmmm ornrvii11? j
jsted in the various
avocations, etc., for
a license is requirsular
notice that, by
Council, the first day
y for the issuing of
>aying penalty therei
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k and 1 reasurer. i
? new organiz
ilding the good
illy realizes tha
of this car rest
on the conti
egard of its o^
kid front and rear; disc steel n heels, demountabl
pe lamps; Afemite lubrication; motor driven el
springs; deep, wide, roomy seats; real leather
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roadclolli til ciosea cars; vytrn <-ui jmi .
id brake action, steering and gearsu if ting, remc,
tight windshield. Prices F. O. B. Detroit, rev en
g Car, $885; Roadster, $885; Coupe, $1585* Si
ia Auto Cor
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000. Wire communication with the
stricken district was still cut off tonight
and it was impossible to ascertain
the exact number of dead.
The village of Hendrix was the
hardest hit by the storm, only 10
houses were left standing at that
place. Persons returning from the
stcrm swept district report sights of
devastation on every hand. Trees
were shorn of limb and bark and appeared
like telephone poles. Large
tinkers from buildings were driven
into the ground and appeared like so
many corn stalks. National Guardsmen
were patrolling the area tonight
and aid is being rendered by the Red
Cross organization. Several searching
parties have been organized ana
were combing the countryside tonight
in the hope of finding some
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pcrsuns wuu n?a\c uvi/ uctn ~
for. Officials expressed the belief
more will be found before morning.
WOMEN MAY MARRY
Columbia, April 17.?Marriage after
registration will not disqualify
any South Carolina woman from voting,
according to an opinion rendered
by Assistant Attorney General J.
M. Daniel for the Lancaster county
board of registration.
The question arose in connection
with the registration of a woman
voter of Lancaster. W. F. Estridge,
secretary of the registration board,1
wrote the attorney general's office
and stated that a woman voter had
registered before her marriage. She
later got married and her name was
changed, 'being* then different from
the name of the registration certificate.
"Shall we change the name on
the registration books, register her
again, or what?" the registration
In passing on the question the
attorney general's office holds that
right to vote though acquired when
a woman is single, is not lost when
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as to separate property are lost when
she marries. "To hold otherwise
would make marriage an act disqualifying
a person as an elector,"
says the assistant attorney general's
The attorney's opinion also holds
that there is no statute by which a
woman can be required to re-register
after her marriage.
Proceeds of the community market
for the week are $95.85. This does
not include $29.20 received from
shipped fowls. The demand for friers
was greater than the supply,
twenty-one having been sold, ten or-^
ders w-ere left unfilled. - Twenty|Tj
eat rim and
s open with
ue tax to be
three hens were also sold. Parties A
having a number for sale will please
communicate with Miss Berrie. Mrs.
J. E. Senn will have a fresh beef for ^
sale on Wednesday. All the usual
good products will be ready for'
housewives on Wednesday morning
from 8 to 11 o'clock. No orders will ^
be reserved on this day as the agent:*
has club meetings in the afternoon. .
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Nine dressed friers and nine friers'
on foot are ordered for the coming j
Office?Monday, May 1st. ^
Tabernacle?Tuesday, May 2nd; ,
Mrs. Frady. * (!
Bethel-Garmany (Girls), Thursday ^
May 4th, Miss Minnie Kate Leitzsey.
Little Mountain, Friday, May 5th. ^
at school. ^
Baseball Tuesday and Wednesday ^
The fans are given the opportun- ^
ity of seeing two good games of baseball
at college park this week. On '
Tuesday the Indians will play the
strong West End team of this city. The
Red Skins will clash with the -j,
strong- Elon college nine of North Ca- -n
rolina on Wednesday afternoon at
College park. Both of these games ..
will begin at 4 o'clock and the price
of admission to each will be fifty
cents and twenty-five cents. The first q
of these contest will be game No. 6
on the seasn tickets. ^
A f.nnil nnd True Poem , .
Frederick Hall in Christian Century.
"Here at the window all day long I
Eight hours a day, six days a week ^
and sell j.j,
Stumps, and weigh packages, and
things like that, ^
A child that comes in and wants a
postal card, ^
A blonde stenographer wants two fcc
cent stamps, aJ
A farmer's wife has eggs to parcel
'How much it cost, send this to Buda- tJ]
So it goes all day long and every day. w
One day a woman-said, 'I want to get
Eighteen Kenosha stamps.' You'd never
guess i *
What 'twas she meant. Yes, there ^
are funny spots ^
Light the routine?-but it's monoto- ^
Some day I'll drop and then?an- ^
other chap - ->
At the same window, doing the same ,
work, < o
In the same way, for the same pay? ^
"Sometimes I tell'-Janet I'm just a ,
In a machine. Then she bursts into ja
'Why, Dickie, boy,'you're not, you're
no such a thing!
You stand there at,your window and
The web of life. Think of it! Christmas
"Engagement rings, and bits of wedding
cake, ' sc
And packages oi 100a xo nungry
Letters from home to far-off boys and ^
Letters from friends, and lovers, husbands
Pass through your fingers like the ?
Editor in Westminster
warp and woof
Of a great, golden tapestry of love.
Tucked close around us all to keep us
A oner I Whv. Dick, what makes the
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world go round
Is just such strong and faithful cogs
"Of course, that's only Janet's jollying
But?jollying, too, helps make the
world go '-ound."
Mr. Elbert H. Aull, editor and publisher
of the Newberry Herald and
News, was a pleasant caller at the
inoune oince oaiuiuaj. xic ,w<io
accompanied here by his father, Mr.
Jacob Aull, of Newberry county; his
brother, Rev. W. B. Aull and
several children of Walhalla and Miss
Timmerman of Newberry and Miss
Crouch of Johnston. Mr. E. H. Aull
his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Aull and Misses Timmerman
and Crouch came to Walhalla Good
Friday to spend Easter with their son
and brother, who is the beloved pastor
of St. John's Lutheran church at
that place. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Aull
have been married 66 years and we
doubt if there is another couple in
South Carolina who have journeyed
together as husband and wife for a
longer period. Both are still strong!
and rode all the way from Newberry
to Wainalla in automobile. Mr. E. H.
Aull is a practical newspaper man,
having spent most of his life at the
work. He has been connected with!
The Herald and News thirty-seven !
years. He says he hopes to see us at
Myrtle Beach, where the annual press j
meeting is to be held this summer.?'
Tutraloo Tribune. 1
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RMED MEN HOLD UP OFFICER !<
GIVE HIM BATH IN WHISKEY '
nderson County Man Halted Near j
Bordeaux by Five Armed ! t
Men 1 (
nderson Tribune I (
To what extremities automobile ]
.vners in the boll weevil miestea.
-eas of McCormick county will pro to
it gasoline and oil was clearly dem-^
istrated Sunday night near Bor-1
3aux when an Anderson man was I
ild up by five men, who produced,
lat number of rifles and in short or-;
?r, di'ained both the gasoline and
1 from the humble lizzie that was'
boring onder the strain of a trip:
;er the river highway. Content with: 4
king his gasoline and oil and in- j
rming the unfortunate Anderson I
>unty citizen, who happens to be a j
rong right arm 01 tne law; mat nj
as only 5 miles to the nearest fill-i
g station, the arme i men produced :
quart of liquor and insisted that
ieir viltim partake.
"But the victim wouldn't partake."
his angered the men who were tryg
their best to be congenial, who
Viqvto fetor rptiirnpH e*aso- I
ne and oil they had taken from the
an's car had he played with them,
id they immediately decided to give
onstable Will Bryan, of the lower
irt of the county, who had gone to
ordc?ux in quest of some runaway
2prroc-s, a genuine, co.-*i 'licker' tursh
bath. A reports says that the
cperiment was every inch a success.
Lowering the strong right arm of
i ? hw to his knees tbr>e of Ire M en
jld bottle of moonshine and respccvely,
starting gently back of the
sad of the officer's neck three men
ien began a massage of the poor
an's spine that would have won a
in of blue ribbons in a chiroprac-1
>rs' convention. Up anl down, up!
id down, over to your left, back to '
Dur right, up, down, across, back, j
te drunknen men worked faithfully ';
ntil the last drop was gone and the '
leading offender's clothes were
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"Now we'll let you go," they said,!
; they gathered up their artillery'
id loaded it in their automobile and j
ailed out the palpitation of their:
otor decidedly strengthened by the j
Acer's good gasoline and oil which >
ad only a few minutes previously j
sen emptied into its parching throat.'
According to information reaching |
sre yesterday morning, Constable j
ryan had gone to Bordeaux to look j
>r some negroes for whom he had j
arrants. The trip down the river j
as uneventful but the return trip
lortly afterwards more than made
p for what the downward journey
Newberry, April 18?Newberry de-'
>ated Wofford in a one-sided game
: baseball here this afternoon by the
:ore of 9 to 0. The Indians pounded
aylor's offerings for several extra
ise hits in the first three innings,
iree home runs being included in the
xrific clouting. Two of the four
iggers came in the third when D.
light mild she
good ror any :
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Shealy and Stoudemire drove the ball
)ver the fence. Gibson, who relieved
;he Wofford southpaw, was also easy
:o hit, but managed to keep the hits;1
cattered for the remainder of the
jame. The Terriers were unable to
lit the Newberry hurlers and secured j
)nly two hits. A. Shealy occupied the ,
nound during: the first five innings !
:'or the locals and besides pitching in- (
rinciole ball, started the scornig in j
.he very first frame, when he drove;
he ball far beyond the confines of the '
park with the bases full. Gross play-;,
?d a great game behind the Oat for;
he visitors. Wofford's regular short-!
itop was unable to play today. New- 1
jerry maintained a perfect record of ]
in time of sickn
get well again,
depend upon i
the medicine th
ormg yuur uut
tion her - and y
what his order
up of the pures
drugs, with con
and skill, yet ci
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Member Newberry Chi
iust received y
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ie Key West Cig
ide grown wra
smoker but, a S
it yours no
five victories for the regular college
seaason. The Indians lost to Erskine
at Greenwood, but it was an exhibition
contest, therefore having no bearing
on the state champinship race.
Wofford 000 000 000?0 2 3
Newberry ....423 000 00*?9 11 .1
Taylor, Gibson and Gross; A. Shea
[y, Derrick, Longshore and Kobison.
Umpire, Hardeman. Time, 1:30.
As we understand it, when a country
makes trouble enough to overbalance
the profit it no longer needs
Both a living wage and a fair return
on capital are possible after one
learns to make two bites of a cherry.
iess. Doses of
be taken to
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out a tot win
the quality of
e spoon holds,
will get just
calls for, made
t and freshest
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