THE SOUTHERN STATES
COLD WAVE .WREAKS HAVOC.
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(AUSTRAMAK-NETC ZEALAND. CABLB ASSOCIATION.^ NEW YORK, /7th January.' The' wave of intense cold has passed further south, and wreaking havoc in C4eorgia, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, and Tennessee. Twelve deaths have been reported, three men freezing to death in New Orleans, making the total for the country thirty. The cotton States have derived one benefit from the unprecedented conditions, the boll weevil having suffered a set-back since it first spread in the United States. It is expected now that the American cotton crop will gain millions in value as the result.- In Florida, however, the citrus crops suffered some damage. . . . . . .
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Evening Post, Evening Post, Volume CVII, Issue 7, 9 January 1924
THE SOUTHERN STATES Evening Post, Volume CVII, Issue 7, 9 January 1924
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