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MANY PEOPLE KILL[D
IN INDIANA STORM b
Twenty-five Bodies Recovered in
Town of New Albany After
FIFTY OR MORE INJURED
Live Baby Found Clinging to Dead e
Dog; Child's Parents Both
New Albany, March 23.-Between
twenty-five and fifty persons were
killed and probably one hundred or f
more injured in a storm which late 1
today swept over New Albany, de
molisking scores or residences and
several industrial plants.
Twenty-five bodies are known to I
have been recovered, and it is ex
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ected this number will be materially o
icreased when debris of wrecked o
uildings is cleared away. a
The lighting system for the resi- s
ence section was put out of commis
ion and the worqk of rescue is pro- n
ceding with difficulty.
In addition to the bodies taken to d
indertaking establishments there b
vere reports of others that were tak- it
n to private homes.
A baby, about six months old, was
ound floating in a small stream into 'j
hich it had been borne by the wind.
The child was alive and clinging to
( dog, which apparently had been I
illed by the storm. It (lied in the c
rms of its rescuer. L
Later an aunt identified the baby
mnd reported that both the father and v
nother had been killed.. .
The streets in the path of the storm 1
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~rent from the old style "Pir
U will find in our stock, suits
>f life. We invite you to call
u through. Our prices run f
known lines of Clothing as Sc
ise Bros. High Art.".
epartment you will find Man
:erwear and half hose. Nove
Bros. and Altman, showing
rm our HAT Department. In
I, Marshall's and Eagle's Hi
f Panamas to he had.
nt is brim full of the new si
s the black leathers.
s are also in.
ere a mass of wreckage and it was
ickly found that outside assistance
is needed. An appeal was made to
e city authorities of Louisville, who
nt policemen to the- scene.
In addition .every' available offle
im the Indiana State Reformatory
Jeffersonville and from the Jeffer
nville police force were hurried to
e stricken district.
A call was made on the Governor
r State troops and it was reported
night they were on the way.
Numbers of citizens from surround
g towns hastened to New Albany
d offered such aid as they were able
Early in the night plans were un
rway for relieving "those whose
mes had been destroyed. At a
ass meeting a large sum was sub
ribed and committees were appoint
I to direct the work of relief.
St. Edward's Hospital; the only
iblic institution of the sort in the
ty, soon was filled and the hospitals
Louisville placed their facilities at
e disposal of the injured.
The known dead are:
Baby, - Deering; Charles Mc
ffrey, Clarence Moss, Edward Johns,
rs. Charles Dailey, Mrs. William
luff, Miss Elsie Lopp, Miss May
opp, Mrs. Bunch, Mr. -
cyton, Mrs. John Didelot, a daugh
r, Celilia, 14; a son of six, a baby
r two years; Rose Huff, five years;
-Zurschnide, a boy, 15 years old.
Nine unidentified persons.
One Man Dead.
Carlsle, Ind., March 23.-One man
,as killed three persons were seri
usly injured and a dozen less seri
usly hurt, when a tornado devastated
thickly populated farming district
uth of Carlisle today,
The storm swept a district eight
iles long and a half mile wide.
Classes were in session at the Texas
istrict school when the storm booke,
ut the children escaped with slight
ijuries, although the building was
'RILLING NARRATIVE OF
AIR RAID ON ENGLAND
A recent issue of "The News of the
Vorld," a weekly paper of large cir
ulation, published in London, Eng
It was in Reading street, a small
illage near Broadstairs, that the
rincipal damage was sustained.
First of all, the whole dstrict was
of Men's and Boy's
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com $8.50 to $35.00.
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tades of Tans and
Sumter, S. C.
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luminated by star shells, and imme
iately afterwards shells began to ex
lode a short distance inland. The
amily in which the casualties occur
ed consisted of nine children and the
arents, and a vivid story of their
xperiences was tola at the inquest
n Mrs. Daisy Agnes Morgan and her
aby (laughter, Phyllis Frances, who
vere killed. The husband and father,
rederick Horace Morgan, a general
aborer, whose daughter Doris 9, died
n hospital, said: "At about 11 :16
>. m. I was dlownstairs when I heard
he commencement of the bombard
nent. I put ti down to a raid of some
lescription. I stood and listenedl while
~he first five or six shells burst near
ne. Then I went to the back window,
p)ulledl up the blind, andl saw the sky
lit up by star shells. I thought I had
better go to the front. I got to the
~loor, and was about to unlock it when
two shells seemed to burst close to
me, so I went back to the kitchen and
stood still. I hesitated for a moment
or two, and was about to shout up
stairs to my wife. Just as I got to
the stairs, the whole staircase fell
down, and brick rubbish came tumu
bling into the room. I heard'the chil
dIren crying, andl I wvent to the stairs,
calling to my wife, who (lid not an
swer. I do0 not know exactly wvhat I
did then." Morgan dlescribedl how he
sent three of his children to their
grandlmother. "The girl Doris," he
continued, "who has since died at
Margate, got out of bed herself but
couldl not reach the stairs. I called
to her to come dlown, but she criedl
and sail: 'I can't dladdly, I'm hurt.'
"I went up and brought her (down,
handing her to one of my sons,avho
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:arried her to granny. Then at the
top of the stairs I found my wife 1
:lead. I raised her up and found
he had the baby in her arms. The
baby groaned a little, and I took her t
up the street and handed her to the
postmaster, who took charge of her.
Then I went back to my wife again.
A young man came to help me and
the police arrived." Morgan added
thtt the firing seemed to come from
all around. Several splinters of shell
were handed to the coroner. Contin
uing, witness said the shell knocked
a hole in the wvall about four feet in
'ia meter, and blew dlown a partition
insidle the house. He found the fuse
in the roomu where his wife met the
full force of the shell. She was about
three feet away from where the shell
came through the wall. Sha had gone
to fetch the baby. The coroner ex
pressed his sympathy with witness,
who saidl that his eldest son was at
the front. The jury returned a ver
dlict of "Death from shell woundls."
One jurymian saidl he opposed the ver
dlict, and he thought a verdict of
"murdler" ought to be returned. An
appeal has been issued for assistance
for the children.
CH URCH TO COST $400,000
Ground Broken for Great Methodist
Washington, March 26.-Ground
was brokeni here today for the new
Representative Methodiet Episcopal
Church, South, to hich the Methodists
of Sixteen Southern States have con
tributed. The building is to be of
Georgia marble and will cost $400,
Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System
The Old Standard general strengthening tonic,
GROvE'S TASTtE55a chill TONIC, drives out
Malarla,enriches thebluood.an~ builds up the sys.
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DEL.INQUENT TAX SALE.'
By virtde of Sundry executions is
sued by L. L. Wells, couinty Treas
urer, and to me directed, I will offer
for sale on Monday the 2nd day of
April, 1917, at 12 o'clock, in front of
the Court House at Manning, the fol
lowving real estate for taxes for 1915.
Elon McKnight, 35 acres, 1 build
Est Moses Dingle, 51 acres.
Laura Green, 18 acres, 1 building.
Moses MarrantL 45 anesa.
o come and
c of Ladies,
'ight up to
s are real
SUMTER, S. C.
Est Doublin Felder, 26 1-2 acres,
Rev. L. B. Murray, 118 acres, 2
Charles McCants, 1 lot, t building.
Hariet Benbow, 2 lots, 2 buildings.
Eli Nenjamin, 2 lots.
John N. Boyd, I lot, 1 building.
Henretta Bradley, 1 lot, 1 building.
Paul Charles, 1 lot, 2 buildings.
A Collins, 1 lot, 1 building.
Est HI. C. Dickson, 1 lot, 1 build
Fledie Henry, 1 lot.
,Jodie James, 1 lot, 2 buildings.
William Nelson, 1 lot, 1 building.
David Nelson, 1 lot.
Preston Pierson, 1 lot.
Harriet Pompey, 1 lot, I building.
H1. B. Thames, 1 lot.
Myer & Bettie Tindal, 1 lot.
James Witherspoon, 2 lots.'1 biuld
Est S. A. Ballard, 42 acres.
S. E. DuPree, 10 acres, 2 buildings.
Cora Felder, 19 3-4 acres.
Ella Hicks, 3-4 o( an acre.
Robt. Hicks, 8 acres.
Susan Brown or Broom, 6 acres.
Rachel Thompson, 18 acres.
J. W. Pendergrass, 10 acres.
E. B. GAMBLE,
Sheriff of Clarendon County,
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