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DAMAGE CAUSED BY -
Relief Forces Busy All Saturday'Giv.
Ing Assistance to Manty Stranded
Chattanooga, Tenn., April 3.-While
the flood at Chattanooga had reached a
stage of 410 feet early tonight, weather
Observer Pindell declared he did not
expect the crest to go beyond 42 feet.
Rtelief 'orces have been busy all day
aiding those in the low lands to move
out and many families are now domi
ciled at various .public buildings.
*1lany ntre imanufacturing plants
were forced to close down today. The
railroads entering the city are grad
ually overcoming the obstacles caused
by flood waters and normal service
Is being resumed with the exception
of two lines.
In the flooded areas hundreds of
families rushed to have theit house
hold .goods and move to high ground.
School buildings, churches and city
auditoriums are being utilized by ref
ligees. 'Army field kitchens sent into
the city from Fort Oglethorpe have
been placed at the various buildings.
It is estimated that over one thousand
families have already removed from
the dangc:' zone atd the work is be
inZ continued tonigUL.
eports from st. ccnding counties
- Tennessee tnd .7'-i Georgia re
por , streams on a ramp-ige with much
e'onsollent damage to v tadways and
fard:.. Some of the fln farming see
ion cost of Missionary RCae is sub
merved and owners havc iad great
diifflulty in saving tne : livestock
C1:lcamaugta, Ga.. v - '+.& cast of
,Int'nooza, is hard ha . the flood,
. -- mp!ng station, electric light
.)>.y'tr cotton industries having to
sushpend. The population has been
marooned in the town, being unable
to travel either by rail or pik*e and
having no communication with the
outside except by telegraph.
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nervousness arqd sickness.
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Retail Price List on Tested
Farm and Garden Seed.
-Burt Oats .........$1.50 btu.
'Cleveland Cotton Seed $3.00 bu.
Sawyers Cotton Seed .$2.75 but.
'Lightsey's Two P~r Coera
.. ..............$4.00 but.
Golden Dent Corn .... $4.00 be.
Compton's Slelect .. . .$5.00 but.
Choice Velvet 'Beans ..13.50 but.
tAmber Cane Seed .. . .$2.65 btu.
Orange Cane Seed . . . $2.85 bu.
Sudan Grass Seed .. . .25c lb.
German M illet .. . . . .10c lb.
Golden Millet .... .. ..10c lb.
Alfalfa .. ...........45c lb.
*Lea-pedeza ...........40c lb.
Pasture Grass .. .. .. ..35c 11).
Lawn Grass ...... ...0c Iib.
-Bermuda Gras . .. .. ..5c lb.
Red Top Grass.......35k lb.
Orchard Grass. .. ....35c lb.
White Sanish Peanuts. .22c lb.
Garden Seed In bulk and packets
RED DIAMOND CO)FFEE is
the "big thing" at breakfast--.
and all other measls. It has the
real honest coffee taste---the
genuine coffee flavor. You must
Ask your grocer.
(4.ermn Charge is Told France Will
Colutenanice In Volationi of the
Treaty. Too Mainy Troops have
been Sent to Ruhr.
Paris, 'April 3.-,After warning the
Gernaii charge d'affaires. in a note
thaf the French government would ad
mit of no derogation of the treaty of
Versailles, lremlei' M illerand con
ferred with Marslhal Foch this even
Ing. Marshal Foch then hal a con
ference with the minister of war. An
<iew Lefevre, who later was received
by the premier.
Premier Millerand sent a note this
evening to the German charge d'af
faires, Dr. Von layer, recalling that
he had written him yesterday asking
him to insist that his government re
tire the troops which recently entered
the Ruhr basin. The note warned Dr.
Von Alayer that the French govern
ment was unable to admit of any dero
gation of the treaty of Versalles.
"Today at 5:45 p. m1., Dr. Goeppert
(head of the German peace commis
Sion), informed the president of the
peace conference that troops exceed
ing the number allowed by the de
cision of August 9, 1919, had entered
the Ruhr basin an dasking ine to give
formal permission for their entry af
ter the entry had been effected," M3.
Millerand's note says. "I learn that
'Von 'Haniel (Dr. 'Haniel Von Haim
hausen, under-secretary of the Ger
man foreign office) confirms that the
German government has given entire
liberty of action to Severing (Prussian
minister of the interior) for the em
tployment of the troops concentrated
for operations in the Ruhr basin and
that Severing assumes responsibility
for their actions in this zone. I learn
further that the Reichswehr's attack
commenced In the neutral zone on
April 2 and that the front troops
have already reached north of Dort
mund and Duisburg."
"Ily this offensive the German gov
ernment infringes articr 44 of the
Premier Millerand cites the text of
the article to the effect that any con
travention will be considered a hos
tile act against the signatories of the
treaty and adds:
"I will inform you later what do
cislon the government of the Repub
-In a statement to a lavas repre
sentative this evening, Premier Mill
"We are confronted with a system
atic violation of article 43 of the
treaty. Bad faith in the explanations
offered by the German government
for its alleged mistake is evidenced
by the rapidity of the advance of the
troops despite our intefdiction. The
necessity of repressing the trouble in
the Ruhr district does not justify the
German initiative. The acts of dis
order, in fact, were localized, already
the conflict is apiproaching extinction
b~y peaceful means.
"Intervention by .the regular forces
may lead to the worst consequences."
M1. Mlillerand, as president of the
council.. naturnily refused to ustate
specifically 'what measures the French
government con tem leted to coun ter
act the German piroceedings, but saidl:
"I have made it a point to ask adl
vice of Miarshal Foch, and at the same
time have informed andl consultedl
with the allies."
It is believed that France wvill de
mnand as a guarantee the occupation
by the allies of Frankfort, 'Darmstadt
ASK VENUE ('HANGE
IN G()SSETTl TRIAL
Petitions Being Circulatedl in Abbe
ville, Asklig for Vhange of Venue.
'Abbeville. April 1.-Petitions are in
circulation in this county asking Judge
Sease for a change of venue in the
ease of the State vs John and Kenneth
Gossett, cousins, charged with crim
The .petitions are being circulated
by relatives and friends of the Gios
setts and are said to bear numerous
The case will be called for trial
Monday morning at 10 o'clock, at
which time it is exp~ected that Attor
neys IBonham and Price, of Greenville,
repiresenting the defense, will present
the formal motion for a charge of
venue to another county in this ju
Governor Cooper has been asked
b~y 2'heriff Burts to send a comtpany
of state militia to Abbevillo Monday
to remain on <futy, for call if needed,
in the protection of the prisoners. The
defendants have been confined in the
atate penitentiary since the alleged
,crimes were committed.
Just what showing the attorneys
foy the defense will make in a mo
tion for a change of venue is un
known. While the rule is for the
defendant to be present when such
a motion is argued, it is stated of
tficially that if an agreement is
reachel between the solicitor and the
atitorneys for thn efense, wth the
sanction of the court, that the motion
may proceed and be ipassed upon with
out bringing the Gissetts into court.
Whether the defendants in this ac
tion will be broug'ht to Abbeville be
fore the court has ruled on this point
lonham and Price last night con
firmed the report from Abbeville that
a change of venue would be asked
'Monday morning when court convened
at Abbeville in the case of the State
vs John an] Kenneth Gossett. The
attorneys, however, declined to dis
cuss the case or to make any intima
tion as to what showing they expected
to present to the court .in their -argu
mecnt for a change of venue. Neither
was intimation given as to ihether the
attorneys for the defense would ask
that the motion be heard before bring
ing the defendants to Abbeville from
Tme Go;ssetts are charged with
criminal assault, their alleged v'vc
tims being two young women of Abbe
vtile. it is charged that the men in
duced the women to take an autonio
bile ride with themi and it is alleged
that the crimes were committed on
Governor Cooper ordered a special
term of court to try the Gossetts and
Judge Sense was named to preside.
T'I' NOIRTHERtN LIGHiTS.
About 1851 1 was a school boy at
Williamston, and owe had a most re
iarkable display of Aurora I3orealis.
The light was very brilliant and I
think It continued for several nights,
It was very bright on the street and
you could see small objects on the
ground. Col. W6allailt Dogan, of I'n
lon county was traveling for a North
erni magazine and spent the night at
Charlton Hall. The 1878 Aurora camc
on that night. The colonel was In onc
of his happy m0oods and laughed se
uproarously, ihat the ethe cllckesi
came down off the roost and walked
about ovei-the yard. They were fool
ed-thought it was daylight.
Wm.. D. S.
>ernendly disappear after drinking the
:elebrat(l-Sihivar .lineral Water. Positivelv
puaraiteed hv moncy-back oiler. Tastcs
mlet --ih a trifbs. I)el ver"1 :'-where 1-v
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