1908 Southern Tornadoes - Amite, LA and Purvis, MS included. - Tom Malmay

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f t -sr f S5f k 0r V f "C'i THE CONSTITUTION ML'ANTA QJi SUNDlY 'APRIL 26r 1903. Probably 35 Persons Killed and Several Hundred Injured SEVERAL TOWNS DESTROYED Alfccrfrllle and Fort Deposit Report Large dumber of Killed and Injured " Irr. Are Down and Commoalcatloa I Difficult. Birmingham Ala April 25 Report though mill om rat meager as to resulta of the tornado that went through parts of Alabama In Ikate that tUry- the people Ion trelr IHe- and between crienty and one hundred were Injured lx or eight of whom are fatal 1 hurt. At Bergen. In alker county four are dead and fifteen hurt. Near R Ids Uve death lilt I. placed at two with three hurt At Cedar Creek Walker count eight aj hurt two fatally so At Democrat V. alker county half a dozen were evenly Injured. Several country districts ha\e been de and people hurt but poor telegraphic and telept one facilities prevent accu ate report being secured Tht property damage will amount to many hundred Lhousard dollars As many of the sufferers of tie tornado Were poor people there U considerable distress Telephone messages fr m Warrior to da at noon aajs that the tornado got Into a Mttltment near Democrat and n th mountain Friday and fl people Were kUl l at d thirty men women and children lnjur -d Several cl urcbes and school houaea were blown 10 tpllnter Tw Mity-KI e Dead at Albertvllle The latest from Albertvllle Is to the effect that at least twenty rive are dead and fatally Injured In the town proper with half a dozen killed In the section I Many children are InJ red In the tor ndo .path and In w tral Instances women with babies In their arms were caught In trulklings going down before the hard win la Hundreds of had of cattle nave been deBtro el barns b the score being crumbled llk fodder A telegram from AlbettvUle saj that in addition to tboa kl led In that place report have been received si owing rive killed at high Mound 1 four at Horton. four at Le bjrg an,1 three dead and twenty one Injured at a settlement near Alberts llle I The house of Henry Ree\i at Demo crat Jefferson comtj was blown away and he tils wife an 1 tw children were killed One son LHJali. and daughter Myrtle were injured so ba ily that there U out little HH for rt -oxerj ha been brought to Birmingham to the hospital meager repv rt from 1 vllle Is to the effect that the college there has been destrojed but no run ners bait reached U arrlor which maKes the report doubtful. TO" 9 III 1 TOnM Mobile Ala. April 25 Report re elvecl here today state that the town of Fort Deposit Ala 141 miles from Mobile has been almost wiped out of existence Alabama suffered se In the storm but all core communication Is cut off with Interior towns Report rtx-ehed ho re ea that at McCalum Miss. on the Mobile Jackson and Kansas Clt railroad probably twelve people were killed and several InJ ired in \p terda s storm The McCallim tie and 400 feet of track were blown c T the right of way noth leg lolng left of the trestle but the piling Four cars were pl kel up lit Mohned on the Mobile Jackson and Kansas City railroad by a twister and deposited h in IrejB of feet from the rteht of wa Two negrcx-s were killed outright aid the ca s w wrecked. At Fort Deposit. Ma In a previous dispatch reported d three per eons were killed. The country on the line of the Mobile Jackson and Kansas City road between Mobile and Beaumont M1m reports no loss of life but considerable damage to property All traffic on the Southern railway will be tied up for several da s The rainfall In Mobile was very heavy The Mobile and Ohio reports the tram service will b In operation b tonight Two trains filled with passenger are .d up at State Line and will go without meal today and perhaps to morrow. GREAT D TO CROPS B\ TORW IN At MV Montgn-rpn Ala April 25 R ryrt trom the s irrourdlng c Cc shcrw that the dan a ire t the crops has been eat Him houses and cabins were unroofed and much cattle killed but up to noon no reports of any deaths The wind last night reached a velocity here o 39 miles an hour and the rainfall 4 lr ties Hall fell for eight minutes The Lou P an,1 Naah\lll railroad depot a For Deposit Ala. was bl wn down an I wn reported almost off the map. All c mm rl t 71 Is cut off No train' have c n from there on account of a t U wn TMt at Calhoun near there the fa t -passenger train from Vew rlear e ng delayed there It wa la er rt-p. rted that se en men were kll etl an 1 IrJ ired at Fort Deposit Utt 1TI K IlilMHs WRICKED iv THE Fl HI OF TO HA A DO Decatur \la \rrll 25 A cyclone pa 9 .d ver the we t rn part of this place nj- e er n at 5 o clock The telephone c rr inv an i t e street railroad ufr re i h aw damage. The cy clone rt we ward from Decatur and struck t e M ult n ally where there was mu lan-aae fc re to property. Many i e were wrecked The home of Ire troodlett was destroyed- and h was ser u ly hurt At Rd Oak and Mount li pe and Avoca the cyclone did much damage. The path of the cyclone was a. hundrd yards wide and everything was ewe-pt before It. No deaths have been reported. No package of Bowden Lithia Water leaves our bottling house without our label Look for the label Don't accept a substitute. Not a Habitable House in to of Storm. STORM WAS HALF MILE WIDE Cyclone Leveled Everything In It. Path Many Harrow Escape Were Made tr Batter of Rome 'Ua In Illuff- ton Storm R rne 0& April 25 -Special -A clone Friday night near Ca\e Spring cut a swath a half mile wide ard 5 milei long leveling e ervtt ng N ne I white peep e and one negro were killed and twelve others badly h rt Mrs Thomas H id ns Thomas ft vd gins mother. and three of his rl 11 iren were killed Throe more are dying and another rl usl hut Hudgins himself rwirwcl from the ho i e an" was not hut- Mrs I "arl Mc and da rh.ter Mlss F trllA M innH were killed J A Southerl-ind was killed and a daughter bally h rt Jud e Head a negro was killed and his wife and Ji 1 adlv h irt A chlM named 'Amp wf s hurt and Henry Hancock his wife and CTev Hnrt Biker negroes were h irt The cvrlono occurred aho it 8 r clock Scores of ho sos were destroyed. Ml tenemen- houses on the farm of "tt C McOlnnls were 1 bit his his residence was o outside the storm aroa A D Eurjanks. h ie wan Mown down but the family escaped inj iry Cave Spring Is 16 nil s from "Rome In Floyd oountv Th storm -skirted the town limits Blnffton All. II miles below Cave Spring. was In the storms path an hree people were killed there The storm was severe In Rome 1 it was not a cyclone The residence of Sam Shropshire was 1ii i aged. The roof fell in on two of his chlllren who were a lf pTi in bed bit they wen not hurt Many trees were blown down One Inch of rain ffll in half an hour preceding the win storm. Dr. Ilntl Uns I nlnjnrrd Dr Henry F Battey of Rome 1 ad Just performed an operation on a y g lady at the home of J T Edge and 1 e and Lafavttte S' utl erlin left in a buc v before the storm and n t ins was heard from ei her up to 9 o I x.k this morning It beln feared that both were d. s ir iis artles w nt over the path of the storm to learn something of the ml slng men It was fount that L r Battov was Cafe and uninjured altho th he h id been in the storm at Bluftan Ala 'hr. llru 1 HI lit . Cedartown Ga April 25 Special A tornado passed ever the w st rn por t on of thlt count last nigh blowing down houses and trees and leaving a trail of death At Hematie a small p ace n rthwest from here several houses were Jjl wn down and three persons killed. several others are re ported killed arid inj red but at this time no h ng d ff n te can be ascertain..d. The dead are J hn A SuU-erHn his mother In law and a child The st rm continued unabated for over an hour and a half the wind seeming to tome from all quarters at the same time Here In town tie streets are lit red with limbs of trees and ther debris and the greater part of the pnath crop has been destrov ed b th wind THE CRITTENTON HOMES. uent \nnlv rrxnry of Their Establishment to Be Celebrated Washington April 25 Special \Mien Dr Robert S Barrett was r r toe of St Luke . church in Atlanta earl In the 90s Mrs Harre t who was active In all chari able work was one of the leaders In the movement to establish the e e On home in that clt Today she is the general uirlntendent of the homes of which there are six j five in the 1 nited States and fo ir In foreign countries These homes last rear toofc care of 18.000 1rls and babies at a co t if $332 000 A conference will be held In Washington on Monday next to commemorate the twent fifth anniversa of the establishment of this charltv The char liable women who have made it a sue cess will be welci med by President Roosevelt at the white rou e BOUND OVER FOR MURDER. It Thought That the Evidence Will Show Innnnltj- Edison Ga. April 25 4pecial R. 1. Clennle who claims to have accidentally shot and killed his wife Sunday nl ht was arre ted today and 'en a commitment trial Ha -was bo md over to the superior court The evi ience In the ca e will show t e man crai when he is tried ov a Jurj ONE KILLED KIGHT XAJtRED B\ STORM 1 TE E Sl.E Clev land Team. April 25 A tornado I& t ni rbt 9 muse east of this jxa e blew down five houses and barns Eight per sons are reported n3ur l and one kllleil. \mon tho badly hurt arc Sam Burton John Pancoft and Mrs Tobe Gain At Swe water Tenn last "flight one Darn was b own dawn and considerable oti r deuniase done to deaths are reported Mr J P Mathews President. Gate City House Cleaning Co Atlanta gin Bell a 1874 M Dear Sir The contract for cleaning my hou v which ou have just finished has been most satisfactorily performed and I -wish to express to you my appreciation of the very efficient manner In which the work was done I don t be lieve that after your men finished there wee a partlcie of dust or dirt anywhere and I believe your process is the only one by which all of the do t and dirt can be thoroughly gotten out of a house. Very truly yours TV H. KJSER. .W can to /our bouse the same- way. LIST OF T 50 FAR REPORTED If Orleans L April 2& A lint o the dead o far a reported follows i A3UTE CITY AND VICINITY Re Father Felix Bumpf. Camille McGlnlty It years. Thirteen other' known dead are De&roe. A LV. Two Dfgrotf. O' PARISH LA Mrs. Dttereau Shields Tirel e neuron. LAMOI RIB LI. One ncrffro RIL1II OD H Llihraira Price Mr Price. Price child child. MISS- J II Hoffatt Mr J H Moffatt Mr. La Moffatt. Clara A\ erme Mr II Aovrell. Gertrude I right. arl Olson. Three member. of Lee family. James Knight 1.114 of Mr. Ledbetter. Child of Mm Palmer. \Tr Grloe On'- Mall Twenty-five negroes ADVMS T HISS Jim Mckers. Twenty-four D..grot- ( lit R HILL MISS AND VICINITY- Thlrt -flve negroee M IH PORT GII1 OV MISS. One- negro woman. LOIMI M ISS One nexro child \\I IIK VTkR MISS Two unknown dead II K.s\ILI K )1158. 'our of Ra barn family. Mof VI LI M MI S. I- litht four of whom are white. VII MISS. v Mr John Ian."e. Mr Manene'11 child. Mr Montford VIHt.HTMLI E AH. Partial Death Llt Mr John Decker and two children. Mr William \Tery. Erie Mi Cord aged 14 eon of At torney Ed MeCord Mr adler Mr liarkhnrdt aged 10. Young OlrdnonK IH.HC.F LA Section Foreman Moore wife a daughter Mm Cnlley. 1' \damn S MILL AL\ Herbert Thomas Mrs Caldwell. AKIMTY OP A AD FRANK- L1 TO L Mr Ilranch and seven children. Three nearroe .IFF i RSO\ cot \n 'MISS Nineteen neffroen verified by the burial record today. \ICIMT\ OF CHURCHILL MI& Fine nenroes making total In that section 40 negroes. SENIOR PLACES ARE ANNOUNCED President Dickey Announces the Senior Speakers for Emory Commencement Fmnr College Oxford Oa April 25 Special This morning President Jam. E nick" announced that the following seniors would represent their clas on the commencement stage next June R M Arnold of Perry Ga. Walter H Re kham of Zebukm Ga. F T Daniel of Senola Ga A E ppwnr of I aryo Fla. Ii. T Freeman of I i'Tvette Ga Sam C Haddock of Viellmin Ga M Lester of Guyton a and Goodrich C White of New- pan. Ga TVsi p zht seniors have lead their cla fine September 1907 thereby enfl \f-\rtK them to places on the commencement stage It Is notable that mo t of the men are prominent in the I lt rary Societies and all of them are excellent speakers 810 WASHOUT CAUSED BY THE HEAVY RAINS It Is reported that an Immense wash- cut cau ed by Friday night s heavy rains exit on the Soldiers Home road between Grant park and the Soldiers Home and that traffic 1 at present en tirely Impeded The hole across the road I. said to be twenty or thirty feet bro d and as deep rendering pas pp e along the road extremely danger one. No steps have as jet been taken to relieve the situation and it Is feared that tie old soldiers who Intend coming lr.to town for the Memorial day exercises will be compelled to seek an out Of the wa route or stay at home and n i x the exercises Grover Cleveland Improvlna Lakewood X .1. April 25 Cheering news of tie continued Improvement in the toeaiUi former President Grover dev elaad came from the L&kewood note ooday where he ole recovering from an attache of rlieumatic gout and stomacu trouble Mr. CleTreland w s better to day than y te rda.y ONE OF THE GREATEST REVIVALS ever held in this city among negroes is In progress at Wheat "Street Baptist church and has already resulted In ITS conversions These candidates will be baptized at the church tomorrow morning at 6 o clock so as not to interfere with the duties of the servant class. Frequently the. white citizens attend to e- their rrant baptlied. Dr P Jamei Errant the .pastor. broke the record lad yea by emervtag 117 in thirty Blantea. al time dipping three at once. Man Houses Were Unroofed In Atlanta. NO LOSS TO'LIFE OR LIMB Bven Forecaster Marbarr "Weather Man Was Hot Immune a Chins. ney B lnff Blpwn. Front Ills Home Many Narrow Daylight yesterday morning brought to view many serious results from the effects of the miniature tornado which passed over Atlanta about midnight Friday That the city did not uffer more seriously from the storm is fortunate While no lives were lost nor any e 11005 injuries reported many houses were unroofed and scores of cMm-ieyi cracked and In many Instances completely blown wm the housee In this qty the most serious damage to property was ontfhe east id of Pro peot place e six houses were unroofed and badly wrenched Porches were blown away flnrne s diemoli and porch swings and benches blown Into the street. In this section of the city alone the damage will run over $10000 Some Miraculous Escapee Three houses were badly damaged on Central avenue near Crumley from a bolt of lightning That no one -was se hurt Is miraculous Women and children wereth-nrwn into a pa of fear and were compelled to wade ankle deep in water to reach places or safety Their danger was enhanced by the falling bricks from d ohim- n vs gables shingles etc. Pour persons had a narrow escape from death .when lightning struck the house of 8 T Grady 279 East Fair etreet The bolt struck the middle room In which were four people s ep. The brick chimney was precipitated Into the room barely escaping hitting one ot the party Immediately following tfe walls fell In filling the room kiw deep with plaster and mortar and about a ton of brick The residpn e-of W P Cain on X\ Cain street was badly damaged by the high wind Part of the rear WI\II torn .wa and the supporting wall ca\ed in car with it a stable In the rear or the Pasteur Institute on the e am e street. Besides thete damages many trees were blown down and fences uprootert generally along the line taken by the twister That more people were "hot hurt Is accounted for by the police d partnvent by the fact that the tornado struck the city at so late an hour At that time the majority of people were aaleep and consequently out o the way of falling bricks tree and many other dangerous missiles that were flying through the ale. Weather Man Hit. A chimney was blown from the roof of the Horn for the Frlendlipea and one also from the house of J B 1 of the local weather. In the negro settlements considerable damage was done to the flimsy ho but no serious damage to life or limb The large one-story frame structure of the Acme mattress factory located corner of Jackson and Irwl natreets w seriously damaged by high -winds The building was totally destroyed and much damage 5-5.-a done the stock by water A lw le was torn In the poof of Police Sergeant Poc-les home on West irwin treet through which the water poured causing great damage to his household funvlture Lightning struck the Allen Colored Temple corner Fraser and Clark streets This roorruig there were several Ino- ej of water In th Church. A number of streets In the eastern por tk n of the city were Impassable this morning. owing to the trees blown down and debris wa h d through. Sidewalks were washed away and In some In stances sewers were washed up leaving large boles lit the streets A large force of ertreet hands were put to work early yesterday repairing th damage -bite City Damaged. At "White City a loss of several thousand dollars was entailed by the nigh winds and rain Manager Choaewood and a large force of men worked a great er portion of the night saving what property they 00'\1'111. and that alone ac- counta for the skating rink and bathing ihou e sttll being Intact. The fury of the storm became manifest about II 30 in. The rain had been falling prior to that steadily but at thl Ihour ttuere we perfect deluge The wind U Is estimated In the vicinity of Central avenue and Prospects place was wung along at the rate of about 80 miles an hour However no record Is available as the record at the weather station on the Empire building was only normal Had th full force of the storm etruck the center of the lty instead of wtvere It did the loss of We and property would have been enormous A it te FVdaj April 24 1903 will always be more or less of a "red letter" day as It marks the first and only s rtous storm that ever visited Atlanta. TWO PERSONS IWJtRED BY THE STORM AT MEMPHIS Memphis. Team. April 25-But two persons. 1. M Carpenter and wife who were caught Among th wreckage Of their suburban home -which was damaged were. Injured during the storm' which passed at this city yesterday Both Mr and Mrs. Carpenter were badly hurt. A number of mall houses on the outskirts of tb oiy iw r dthe dam aged or dcmoltehed. and In the busto 3 section several windows were smashed and some etaclui blown down by the 'Wind wtolah. It is estimated reached a velocity of 80 mile an hour At "WallB Miss .a number of buildings were de- stroyyed. entailing property loss of about 10000 No on -was seriously Injured Oxsr Telephone and telegrap3i companies suffered considerable damage a great number of poles J eln T blown down and wires badly tangled. The raUroads sUso sruffered heavily because of damage to trackage ilrrsm and Family at Hone. Lanooln. K br. April 25 TV J Bryan wife and Daughter arrtT d in the city this after oo and 'went immediately to IFairvienr A large crowd composed of relotlvca a vd close ertends met tbe frty IN STOWS Four .Were Killed and Many Injured in Cyclone. $125,000 PROPERTY LOSS The Path of the Storm Was Directly Over the Mill and the Op. eratl-res Cottage Many Marvelous Escape "Mere Made. Grlffln Ga. April 25 Special A most disastrous c clone passed over that section of Griffin In which Is lo rated the Rushton cotton mills at 2 o clock this morning carrying death and destruction of property in Its wake Killed and Injured Four people were killed. They were MRS M B CHEER. MRS F J CIIAPPELL MRS RANDOLPH HARRISON ROBER8 GREER who died at 2 30 c clock this afternoon Thirteen persons were Injured being now In the Griffin hospital as fol lows J B Berr 22 rears old head bruised. H S Gatlln 32 head bruised Robert Greer 70 head bruised. I R Harrison 23 whose -wife was killed and his two children Injured. seriou ) Injured E Knox. 21 probably fatally In jured concussion- of brain and badly bruised E Pugh shoulder broken Mrs Mary Gatlln 30 seriously In jured and will probably die MI- Fannie Abbott head Injured Mrs II LaPrade 55 chest Injured and teeth knocked out Mrs J B Berry 24 head and hand badly bruised. Mrs Bessie Middlebrooks 20 shoulder factured Mabel and Leila Harrison children whcee mother was killed and father In jured found at 10 o clock the youngest baby being found In a swamp Damage to Mill The damage to the Rushton Mills amounts to about 140000 besides forty homes destroyed The loss will amount to 125.000 In the Immediate section Nearly all the hou es near the mill that were owned by the operators In a number belonging to the mill owners about forty in all It Is almost a comp ete wreck timber being scattered ever where and there is In many places nothing tout debris left where houses cnce stood Man people are left homeless and are. in great distress It was- the most fearful cyclone that has ever visited Griffin and all property -was swept away that was In Its path. A lstance Rendered. Physicians of Griffin rendered all med. leal assistance and ladles of the hospital association got up at 3 a m. and went to the hospital to aid the nurses there In giving attention to the Injured the hospital being filled to overflowing with those who were hurt In the storm. The damage at the mill and to the houses will amount to thousands of dollars In addition to damage done to other property In the path of the storm Hundreds of people have visited the scene of the cyclone today and all pronounce It the most awful wreck they have ever seen Two trained nurses and two surgeons from Wesley hospital In Atlanta arrived at 5 30 today to assit In taking- care of the injured at Griffin hospital Griffin raised $2000 for the sufferer EIGHT RESIDENCES ROBBED. Southern Express Office at \a h- rllle Ga Also Entered Nashville Ga. April 25 Special Alapaha had a wholesale burglary Thursday night Eight residences were broken in o and robbed of groceries clothing and ether minor articles The Southern Express office was also entered Three suits of clothes eight quarts of whisky a small amount of money and other articles were taken A box of oranges was broken open and the oranges scattered around the office One white boy and six negroes have teen arrested on su piclon but there seems to be but scant evidence against them I PROPERTY TRANSFERS. Ji Mrs Alice Howell to Mr George A. Gable lot on East Georgia av enue. W 210 \V arrantr deed James H Annler to Francis Lee Emlth. lot on Galloway street 176 Warranty deed. Maud C TV ells and James W Wells to Blanche V elli lot on Oakland avenue 1100 \V arranty deed. S H Goldberg to Ulbernia Savings Build- ln and Loan Association lot on Berean ave- i 000 Loan deed U Goldberg to Hibernia Savings Build- lag and Lon A oclalioD let on Powell street. fiOOO Loan deed S K Goldberg to Hibernia Savings. Building and Loan Association lot on Powell ttr ot. 14.000 Loan deed. Jacob Chomskey to S H Ooldb e jot on Tonge stre $1.000. Warranty deed W A Callaw ay to J T Klmbroujrh. lot on Fourteenth afreet $900. Warranty deed Mrs Emmie T Swarm to W S Glllam lot 011 Irwin tr t (2 500 tv arraoty deed. John Vt Earner to Mr Emmie T Swann lot on Irwin sweet II 000 Deed 8 Ham to Fannie R Burke lot la land lot number 177 1100 Warranty deed. Mrs Flora E Shaw Mrs Rex Stafford and Augustus Shaw Jr to Flora E Loyless lot on Ridge avenue 1300 Warranty deed to se cure 3aa. N M Daniel to J B Daniel lot on Cooper street S 000 Warranty deed to se cure loan Mrs W A Ivey to W J Northen. lot on Joaesboro road tl 700 Loan deed .Acme Building Company to David A. Brek. /gent for Mrs Minnie Bj-clc lot on Mitchell street 14,000 Warranty deed to ecureloan. A LOOK OF PROSPERITY. Hen Should Strive to Improve Their Personal Appearance. The other day a prominent business man said Men should study a means by which they ml ht be better dressed at a reasonable cost They should wear clothes that ere mad for them. Tailor- made suits bold their shape and give men personality In their business and social life that cannot be obtained from store-bought clothes Of course you should t careful about the selection of a tailor and Mr Matthew Carroll seems to be the popular one this spring- He U located at 172 Feachtree street and his line of imported fames are ct tn t t CoflfrtgM IMS SCHIOSS BIOS CO. Fist Cloth Mtksn BaUlaors saa Xl Tit F" HIS new SCHLOSS"Baltimore" is one of the most desirable of the new designs. An easy comfortable suit for every day or any day brimful of style. Front and Pockets the latest tiling. A little tit extreme but just the style the young fellows want we make it especially for tnem. Insist on seeing tne SCHLOSS "Baltimore" before you tuy look for this label. Your Clotbier can get tkis model no cost or obligation to you or nun if you don't want to keep the Suit after examination. Bald SCHLOSS Bios. New Yoik FIRST TORNADO KNOWN TO HAVE VJSITED ATLANTA In spite of the fact that Atlanta has always been considered immune from cyclones and tornadoes the weather bureau reported yesterday that It certainly went through a tornado on Fri day night the flr t on record The typography of Atlanta and the nearby towns has been the basis In previous years for the statement that no tornado could touch here but this now seems to have been a. mistake The cause of the tornado was the low barometer together with the high temperature and the humid atmosphere. The area of low barometer came In from the west and passed over this vi cinity to the north The- bureau re ports that some high winds have visited Atlanta but never such a breeze as on Friday night. Atlanta seems to have been given most of the rainfall The total precipi tation for the twenty-four hours end- Ing yesterday morning was 3.70 Inches the precipitation during the night was MORTUARY. IV. L. Baker GalnenTllIe Ga. Gainesville. O April SS SpcIaL W X Baker died at his bent. on West Washington strr t this morning of paralysis H was se riously 111 for me or ill weeks but his health bas been declining for a year or more Mr Ea.k r was 68 years old and is survived by his wife and four children. vii. Mee r A R. and W 1. Baker Jr. and Blues Mary Lou and Clifford Baker He moved to this city about ten years ago When a young man he enlisted a a confederate sol dl r at the outbreak of the civil war. and served throughout the struggle He leaves three slsUrs Mrs James Woodrow of Columbia S C and Mines Cliff and Bessie Baker of Mtrfetu. The funeral services will be conducted from the Oalnesvllle Pre byterl n church. Rev J. T Ponder the rector officiating Interment will be at Alia Vista cemetery Mr Corlnne O'Xeal Sllo m Oa. Blloam Qa. April IS SpeclaL Mrs. Co- rlnn O'Neal wife of Charlie B O Neat of Slloam. died at the home of her sister Mrs LJnnle In In Flovilla Oa. Tuesday night. April .1 and was buried at SUoua at noon Thursday April I' Turner R. Harris Cttthberi 0. Cuthhert. O April U SpecUL -The funeral service of the late Turner B Harris were held yesterday morning- and were largely attended. His sudden death the day before cast a gloom over the community Mr. Harris had not been la good health for several month. &I a remit of grippe He was out at his farm In tbe extreme northwest section of the county attending to some farm work when suddenly taken with appopl ir or parmlrsls and died before medical attention could be secured. He was unmarried and la 3 68 Inches This Is the record sine July 13 1904. when It was 8.83. The heavy rainfalls th&t have occurred in Atlanta are as follows' .March 29. 1886. 738 Inches September IS-16. 1883 6 83 Inches. July 22-23. 1898 B SS Inches. 1905 on December 2-3 464 Inches March 18-19. 1908 321 .The heaviest rainfall for a short period was In 4898 on July 220. during the Confederate re- Alton when In one hour and fifty-one minutes there was a precipitation of 4 30 inches the greatest in the history of-the city Montgomery had a precipitation of 3.94 Inches slightly more than this city The nearby cities bad a rainfall as fol lows Dahlonega. 340 inches Ever green Ala. 272 inches Gainesville Ga. 2.54 inches Newnan Ga. 3.10 inches and Tallapoosa Ga. 2 00 Inches. The cities In which the tornado play ed havoc did not have much rainfall but plenty of wind to make up for it. be eastern part of the southern states came In on the tall end. receiving th water fait survived bar two brother aad'two sister Mesdames L C Toombs sad A C. Moys and Messrs. Charles and John W. Harris also of this city. Mrs. Jennie Springer. Mrs Jennie Morris Sprtneer of Ml 'Wash- Ington street died air the residence early yesterday afternoon. Tbe funeral services will be held at the residence this afternoon at I $0 o clock. Rev W WI Landrum officiating The Interment win be in Oakland cemetery. Mrs. Mary J. Zaehrr. Th funeral cervices of Mrs. M rr 3. Zeohry. a ed II years who 0153 Friday nljht at the residence of M L. Cottier. Tl Dixie avetroe Inman ParsX will be conducted from the residence this morning at 9 SO f elock The Interment will be In Oakland. The deoeaaed Is survived hr a daughter Mr M 1. Collier and two sons J B and W. 1 Zaehry. L. Bowel. X Borer. ar d 61 years of SSI Kawtaa street died at a private sanitarium early last night The body was removed to Barclay .01 Brandon's and wll be Sent this afternoon to Dallas Texas for Interment. T. B. Prince. T B Pines 81 years of tc end a recldrat of Ellyey Oa died at a private sanitarium yesterday at noon. The body will be cent today at Ellyey b. Felf. s U Felt. aged It years died at a prlvsju sanitarium last nliht. The body will be sent to Tallapooia Ga. this for la- tirment. "What WM the matter with that woman demanded the editor "We called her strong minded to our IMU this morning replied his assistant 'and tie All ri ht that' eaallr ft ed Call her 'week minded after thU Philadelphia Pease. New .Boarding Stables Corner Haynes and Chapel Sis. Two blooks from Terminal Station These stables are especially suited for work horses and mules. Large airy stalls well ventilated. Best possible service. These are strictly for boarding pur poses. Long.experience with stock enables us to care foe. it in the right way. Empire Boarding Stables Ben Phono Main ei SAM W. COOK c -C. j. CON's'l'J..I TlON. A'G SJJNDAY..ll RIL 26 DEATH RAMPANT TURO' AlABAMA l ertTUle ad .Jure4-'lr. 25. Aom..hat m ager arU Inlkate. tt rt.y- bet'll 'een bun rl'd Injured.1 flX n T'Ken. Walker t .o. &Ce tw \\alk r ozen Seven'll dlstrl t8 i telegra btc' tel..phone pro perty da. to' As' 'of t e peo le tr..m day the five kUI..d. and d. 1 l .tf'At twenty I d o an In tance.s wina. delltro'e.l. cruml leJ Ilk" .a's I killed Iace n \IAlund. L e"h'.Jr thr. twenty-one .elt lem"nt Albt'.tvllle. Demo an.\ two Aon. .jlijaJ1and badly out' I" I' re..OH'r pi tal. A that j i 'n"r.s ha reach d \\'arrl r I 8&\1-:11\1. A..AII.\n.\ (1 nE"TRO\ n 25. re- 1. epo lI. n I c erL'I I r r o \hAt j MI II. Ja 'kson' 'It i .re butted tt"nlay's otT ng I picked I b h\lnllr 'a- cars tOArrortit South rn I das I Mo l1e he lIen1 be by pouse gera 'Llne. I 1 AI.\D\U\ Mon r.pn. 25.-R rt9 l damaOZ'e' to n lLt. l. no n Th 1 r t Inl'b's. \'m. blown Ii n 1 \ e' c"mmur\cab'Tlls cut' 0 Imp 'lIt fast t"- Orleans t einj th re. 'a. later rt'p"rted seven kl11Pd and injured lit DEC Flu TOa.- -A ss9Cd Wf'.t"rT\ lU't .nn o'clock. telep n" 'rr. nr and t" sutTpr..1 hoary y- went -e"'ard Dec tu'r t1t" IOUltoT1 da"'a e 'n. "U8f' wasd..stroyE d ser.1ul'ly- Ho. A" ca. th dam e eve IT- Wf' t 0 n h use 9 DEAD MANY HURT AT AY SPRING i 'eN -'Dr. natl. -a. I lor. I RClme 2 -Sp A CY' 'n ht nt'ar rr Ju everything \ml' klll d hurt. rs. JI'dtdn. 1f'J J- cI11llr..n Thr IIPrlou l 1' P"i1 hnu..t" \lrll..T. dllulfh.t"r. II" F..trJ\ 'I. 3. A. ar. hurt H..ad.a "JI hadly hurt. nam. C1.\.l:1.nd npl1.'l" s. .r. hurt. o"currp a.hout n-'Io k. 'of .stroypri. t C1lnnh 1 ut relll "nrp outslrle. II rra. A. hOIl t' 1' do n. pseap. 1 Injury. th muff ton. and Th 'but wa rE'lrI ence arn- a d. n I""TI f'd. In h 1 .torm. Ur.llnttt. as 'D ot' bad young .1. he I LataYHtcS..uthl'rlln Ui n"thinJ f'1h..r Q'dock being .re are w'nt Dr. although had 25. western 'pnr- Uon ot' Ia. t place nJrthw 't Iown re- injured. nohillg' definite are' John mother storm Ii. I lit''re o destroyed. by the .4."Dh'pr"ary prll 25.-S "P' I a\-hen no- 90' Rarrett. charitable wl ch pIX1y.fh'e tour l \St cost l' $332,000. to' twenty aSllc- welcomed Roo e"elt house. That' 111 25. R night. 'as tod -as bound ellfn'e the by OX IX TEXXE58EE 25"night 1'8. st \Ls pace bl" 1 1ro per- .njurt'd .on 1.1 t. 'h .rt w' Ig't blown other da. o tr. J. Colt 184 De ar houHo. w-h b fin \.shed dust I' trul I .we c' t DE D FA.llREPORTED W La. of .G report 4. D R leGh. tT. 7e. a LA.- 1 &roe. LA.- D "erea1l.X' T lve LAiOI.R. LA.- D. d. \'Kro pun' IS. II .1. II. Ir. J. II. \.m. Mrs. e o. -all. :1'.0 tT.n. A .J.\ 'HI 'O' Tr. hiss.- Tn t"n ty.four InRnULL. Thirty-five GIBSON LJn -JlISS.- \\TH'II"'iTER )1188.- Tn' R \.LI.E. Ra'burn Jlco\I.Lt'JI. S.:11(101. If. Ir. Mrs. \Ian. Ir. LI t- Ira. Ir. \h.f'ord. Ir. aK d 0001 .LA.- .a daull ht..r. C. 1. "ICI .T\ F A. D LI\TOX. LA.- 0 Th n"Kro'f' .IE..I. T\ .m klDIr 'Speakersfor Emory oJlPg' Special.-This Pre ldent' wo':1ld re-pre ent' 1. Be .T. A. Largo. Fla..Ii. 1 I 1. L st r Sa. .Tl p pi ht lea 'lass tember. I 07. .ntltleln not .ble most these I.1t"rary n W ASHOUTCAUSED ut. caused .xl an III pr nt en- or. broad a d p. e th e 'a. miss JDixJroTln& 25.'news a.t.h ct. -Om h ote1 tx day. 'at 'Out C1eve'I.a d -was to- 7. O "E am PTO nw.at BaJ ttlt IT w" 4u c .nt1T u. PM b&Dt1 P.lamu "li 1 c. at. SERIOUS DAMAGE DONE BY STORM Many ouses TO' LIFE JI n. ae 'Dela. 'Home .I'row E rape. mldt ght 'T i l rt. Sei ys II Pl tely on 4 aide Pros- place.'roI.ere lx' OUdIes r oted d ew1 s n .t'.p. 'on nee.rCruth1ey.trom of'l nlng. t cloudy small w..re thrown "I'I"&i neys. F our .henllgiMnlng S. T. 27 tlhe'm1ddle &sl' p. room. t FCa.plnghltUng In. e pol 1 .nd otbrlck. residence-of 'eot wasb6.dly lma d a -a. thesupportllng In. n th f.e 1 l1y t d-e- O of 11. rt.h of' H Fr1 d J. B. tl d e J'&oI on I' d byh1gh 'PIe d nd te1" bole P ole'e 110. me O. n -est r t. .oth Itru k I C Tner Fiuser were 1no-.e1l the Hon hed in- n Alarge the O1t1.S. gr at n t y cou.1' I beOB.mema.n1t t 11:30 t\ t eTe wee 8. de1 e. ln1Jtr the' J'8.teof a.nbour. 'I on n-orm.AJ..Had the -ter city 1.ere 8 2-4. I Q08.1Wi11 elll UoI 'ever ONLY 1 T Me 1M. -1JQ .mon the wh1 I ye terda.y. QLrpen r num ot' ottbe 11'88 e1t.her d d bufI'1neSS eInlUt ed wUn 1. IL numberlOf os. 110.000. one cr s.t e1ng tangt d. Tbtl'r&nroadl be &tM8 GRIFFIN CAUGHT FURY four. M n11 -ere 25. cyclone I 10- o' 1 IR. J. R8. RA 'DOLPH I atern on. 1 70. 1. who I ld his' sE'rlous1) I W. In- M\r In. I I M W. 55. .1. 24. brul"i d. LE'lIa'lIa.rrls'on. In. Mills Th -Iomes de troyed. S .a.rl numh 'r tort piNe sc ttered e there.ls Many dh1tr pa th. A Ic l a. nu'r es gl' 1ng ool t orm. f ha ye ane bo pltal 5:30 tod. th Soutb rD Ofn..e'.t Nash. Tille. 25. into mln r I Th .ree II mal 1 suspicion to' ROPE TY TRANSF RS. U\ Mrs. avenue. 2.230. Warranty C. Wells S. H. Ice Buean.ave- flue. .5.000. S. A.latlon l t 000. dee 1. S. 1 t. S. O ldbe' litreeo- W. A.Callawa.y J. lotoa. EmD e Bwa. B. .t..t Warranty W. .000. 11. B. .R. 1110. Flora.E. CU9tus Rld e d J. f. W ntT A. Iv. ti 3. Jo "boro 11.700. 4. cme ent-fO shou d might are n t at be these lr. 1Ieemsto atr t l t& 1' t tD.boeatm& rZ to r e new one f ost de irab1e An.ea y everyday. d brimful Diy Front thi A' j t e f them. .1. tile Ba ltim ore" k.L o 'g. l .tLi dl. dJ b W1 r 3 OS. c&C k 0 TOH VE or f .ctthat I repo ted. on. first on' typog aphy h 8.I re. eame we t Vi-I' Th re. I' total'preclpl- as w I Ga. rU ai.- L. street He se- Baker b I Me..ra. A. 11' He' aoo. ut al m. &la .1- dler th out sisters-Mr. of.Colum- 8. Presbyterian ReT. .m Ana'Vlsta I. O' ea. Siloam. II. B. .o' ea1. Har l. Cathberto. ru e f rllIM" t w I I J' O 'e o.seo IV 1' p-pe. appopl'y. attentJ D HI.as 3. a 'ai Julyla. IOoe.when It" heavy'ralnfallath&thavo' ar March211. Sept.m er..15.II.laaa. 5.88 I8Ua 5Slnehea wuln 22 1. .re. tlon. l. t' 4.30 lriche's. thtlhlator7 ot-theclty 3. -4 had-a I .Ever. Inche.&Jneavtlh Inche.l 0a..3.10 2.00 Th whJchthe much. ofWtnd'to makeu aou-th m t&11end. the 'survive4 tw aQ4 two Staten- C. Mesl 'l. So elt .MI'- M ni. Ita"'aab- eot &ft moou 1:10 oT.Za JtI'J' The 'Tlea an aced wh lla FTt a 1. Pr f 'om 1:10 del eJr. a' I. M. 0 S. W..IZachry. 'L aced of'ISI at. 114 t. otT 'ldl T J :0 j Tbebod toda 1. qed'lt n. a. prlT will" t th.'m&ttar 1I'oman' mln 1ed' I bl ullant 11 obSecl.r 'Al rebt. tht' I N fod. Cl mlnd.i' aar UlI.-PUalpt 8. and haJelSte T.rmnal Slton Tese are specialy suted hores' ad. mue. Lg air stals wel vertiae Be .psible. erce. Tese are s rct 'forbpad g' t pose. Long.exerenc wth ut ce.fo i rght .n'Pone WnJ 1 AMW. c o G THRO'ALABAMA ersons SEVERALTOWNS ud Ar S th fatally ReId Z ople Th and' on Twrnty-FIve ath. aeverat f1 by sayc our Leeshurg lyrtLe. P' hoc report run TOWS it 14 1 here say aneas 'Ity 1 de- hinIreds waI. the.llne 25. .bIns tere rf.39 LouItvlle ant te town e..mmurleat erne t'lg 'aeoltt being war TOR.ADO 2.-A passod Iaet ever n5 crnptny tI-c cy- wrs ard mti.h .b're -ouses he ount 'a..e ATCAVESPfiINC people serloucly eseflpo .T Judge .s"n wtts es oclnck. hn'iees o tV. bolter ave nii.'s- 'Che dam atocn Soutieriln snarnoing parties mIncing 't'hr.- Ii 'n all an rom 25. early es- city. i I. 25. arrested case crazy chevwia.nd. 251-.A l .st ne Anaoag thoee 'bua' WeeWa1CBr No ed. you a ouz' hoa LIST-OF DEAD A a. Twelve LA.- -gro iS W. II. height 'an 57a. NEA1t LOitli.t2bilSS.- ii.X'I'ERS'lLIE MICS- Mrs. List- 4 rca. hire. Mrs. Mrs. an4 P. ALA.- LITO1 hire. JEFI"ERAON eorN'PY MISS.- MISS.- Iass t.atayette. L. ezht T1IEHEAVY ad ne t way 25. aevelausd t 7M.eu-da.y. procTess'at s e sees-ants thlr zuss C T I 5 Home-Many E.capes. demolished se- were asiocla knit West In awRy seine Was warn wtpds. street. ere washed stanc WeD'WS&bed thote the t The title e e5 Ae ia. aco'ioua I l .bs a abot sere. a.nd'teleSraPh 51J lso ltr atflome. liaise. 25. .1. ughter aZTtYed stegn nstrindg etthe a Cottages-Many 2:30 fol- Berry S. whose-wife 2 In.1 FannieAhhott houses atGriffin ralsed$2,000 tobe 5175. Welts $1,800 Warranty as ttreet. A. W. 52.500. 1 Mrs. number177 se- If. 52.000 Cgent..for 'made irn- Zalcs.ar.'oL toe beztma7rs.L E 5. Os .n 0 0 aiSsO 1. i'l'- IS .nfe..0. I' 12 c \2i&c t 'A. :4' 0. 'O't 'l a.a 0 C -Oau .0 &M. p. I 2 la rvR vw a. ft 7 o O 3' t tt4.8 I to. D CorIpt'lI08 p CiothuMcken as- New IsiS. TE1mS ts ew Sciii.oss"Battirnore" huy-looli lal l. C1otb modclno kni a L.aaWDrs.rs c& CO. 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  1. The Atlanta Constitution,
  2. 26 Apr 1908, Sun,
  3. Page 4

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