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Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1928, Greenville, Mississippi 61 THE DADA dkTOHKR WJ8 DEMOCRATTIMES Weekly EstiiMIslred 388 Pally Established 1800 Wevtly Established 1878 Dally Bslnbllshed 1007 TUues coiiKOlldflled with Dcniucrut July 1917 Published Daily except Sunduy a by the Greenville Newspape and Printing Official Journal of the Board o Supervisors Washington County Official Journal of the Hoard of Mli Blg9lijpl Levee Commissioners Official Journal of the Clly of Greenville gRNKM SMimJKgllor SUBSCRIPTION IIATES One Tear Bli One Month WEEKLY RATES One Tear Tlirte Months In Clubs of One Entered at the Greenville Iost Offlc an second class mutter Mtmhera of The Associated The Associated Press is oxduHlvvb entitled to the for ropublienUoi of al nowa credited lo It not otherwise In tlilH pup end ulsu the local newy publiiihud IK PHONES Business Office 17 Society Editress 1928 OCTOBEIV928 OUR DKMOCKATK CIIOICK FOR PKICSIDKNT ALFIIKI SMITH FOR VKK IHKSIISKNT JOE DEMOfRATlC 1KKSIDKNl STATH AT FH01I DISTKICTS 1 1st 2nd Hillpsvlllc ilid nth lilh JIIMS 7lh Church Kill LOIlS A SERMONETTE HT ARTHUR OROWDBN A WORLD OF WOXmCKS Speali unlo lite iartli it shall lea The hook if IKIS irroal Tin1 writer kiiiw lie who He ilrew lessons frmn si lie dirlares llu earth In lie liiicln Think of its its Yet it whirls like l l swings in its ll sustains life it is full nf Jt Is full uf the irliiry nf It takes a devout lieurt in these by Muss SKXATK FOR IRIXTIXO The Senate tnv eninr Hillios plain tttis Iliis nutniiniis elieiue passed ilia tjiilei In the Tlie Mnale yeneriitiy ditl Ibe nveninrs The real on the bill will in the wbirli his slinwn a few since Snnit jnenibers liave tneu repnrleit as lunini chalijied from 1nr in and vice i am nut in ilie Con stitution which iinidelatioii of matters only by Ihe anil Im that rcismi 1 will study those the would like to have acted upnu ai ihis ses speaks Ihe tlius npen in lip the way fnr a lenulhy and ex pensive session and at the same time oftVrlnj an opiioitnnily Iminanipuli lion lhat mlKliI possibly lead In the printin plant at the expense r of the as well as the road jiriiKram in wliieli ihree apiailntoes of the Kovernnr can spend that amount on the The printing plan hill bus iassed the but it will liud hard sleil dlnjr in Ilio althoui many ulelis are expocled In be worked iu or der lo carry nut unvernors threat made al when he said lie move llenven and Hell to net the bill Jliiy atillinr of Ileasnre elnnRed with WIIR an Indecenl linsi been loitelhir wilh of Iheoasl that presented York for Nnw While we donl nlxml Ilie we are vor o putting a slop to iny Ini morel Is Tbei1 l no for them and no place fo them on the American t It is a peouliiir fart that vey fiM of the immoral plays have Tli successes are the el The present jrenerathui can re ftr to Ahies Irish o1 and others lhat have reeord for tony runs and isnt a smnlt lintin pictures have ahonl Icille the There are travel hit on Pie rom ireenville Mtree aillKnieced fai Tin1 re may he a few w donhl will IKfa von no more than irceiivilh unless it he Lrand opera or soiiclliiii with a greater Mian local pow with the few o sinre prodneMons we hoiilf e kepi Itilliu Cmlijenl Tim School Honk lYiminn riant Will Win So say en iren I lira ill I nes in Mi Meridian Htreeast as lo ilie leislative Kansas Investigates I Is Sehoo Itnolc Irlntlim Threatens Charges Stall and Defective Heavy in Tax Sn say rocin headlines in Pie lo pcka Siale eonmienl upon Ihinys i1 I hey are in staleprintimplaiilJllicl ed hleeilinn 1ay ynnr money ami lake yuui Tin Kansas state printing nlanl b in The Topckii Stale on Ihe rrnuiil mht In The almve from one nf I wo stales nl Mie na I ions forlyeijihl which liavt idopttd die sehool tiuok priiutnr plant should foeus attention upnii tin of the Ifilho siale ant in Il seems incredShle lhal tin leyisla ire nf should for one nm mem consider a political and cummin fallacy wiilch one of only two having already finds I In prinliimplant a poliiieal political po st leal pulitieal political CnlUeiVed III polilcllil hrailH fnf pn ideal purports and Alerid an i FLORIDAS Florida is still 1acins bins of i problem in the matter nf carini Im hose injured nr made homeless bv the Iu Ibis matter she and will surely Ihe assisl ince of Hie rest nl1 the luce all nf lids is there remains another which Florida undoubtedly will tackle with till her Iliis problem relales In the ipiesllnn of of Ihe low lands Ikeeclinhce mnsl of ihehurricalie casualties believe that Ihese ivere Hooded liecause Ihe dikes abnnl tile lake were lint hljll Ilil iiailllaln thai dikes on Hie lake will ever solve Ihe problem and some I her method of control must hi Whaievcr the IMnrida should lint engineers In al mice l Hint If belli from the federal is it should lie given The lowlands nf southern Fhirldi mist tie made safe if it Is humanly pns Without Ihis problem will he Hie llrsl tiling Florida tackles hen Hie liisl job of relief is A COOD STlXT Jhe cily nf Cleveland has devised vliat looks like a rather smart stunt in lie elforl lo CHI down trallic Il had an elaborate survey of its ac record and discovered hat certain nn two pariicular lreets ninre accidents than any ilher places in As a it idnpied a rule that any motorist in lved in an accident in one if those dailLcr would be charged with in addilion to anv otli cliarae thai Ihe accidcnl iniuht III And il slipllhiteil lhat the pun sliinent for couvictinn of driv he a wnrkhnnsc That sounds like a Rood It ought lo make motorists use lluisnal care in driving throuih the anger Mexican railroad trains will liereaf er carry tear gas for Hie of Kvidenlly an effort lo uake bandilry only a crying need mil worry about the Tillcc of Wales on his African jonr lylilting olTers no greater tlian steeple KiLlily lief cent of the diamond out int of the world is said In tie worn by mixlean We hear lifes lines and see I When the nptlidl visits political adipiailers he gets intn Hie Vhen the pessimist political namigers get A cniTespondcut Ihe admn itlnn hill Ihe point is n see that II Is obeyed and inntorists HO The successful peace treaty will Hie In which uatlois agree to inly what hey want Instead of taking 11 yegg Offer of a for a new nallonal anlhem brings on the prediction Hint II mikhi be The Sidewalks of New They are limiting forn lutme fir one of Ihe new How iihoiil Tlio Peace FORMER UNITED STATES SENATOR PRAISES SARGON Sena tor for Sh Says Haruoii Overcame 1rouhles of Years Standing Saitriiii is rapidly becoming a house hold word ilintimlmni Tlmn sands of unilefnl men and womci from all walks f life have been Illtec oil nf llnthroes nf lost Hill misery and illlaaliii by hs nsi In rcJiiiiiiK His oxpcnomo with ihi famous Iliilcd Slates Sen tor Thomas who servi his slate fur six yea rs in Mie I pper aise of and who was later elicted Jovenior of said 1 had lust mnsl of my nldtinic ener Uy ami hoi h menial and physical tijitio came muff ijiiiekly than former onsl ipal Jim especially had I foiih me for Ihe past leti years and 1 had become aeensiumeil lo dosini myself with some physic or laxative every few My appeMIe was not keen with me as ilicy Sometimes I would feel posidvcly wretched for days at a Sarunn was highly reeoni In me amt I decided lo I ry The medicine helped me tnuii Mie very II uave me a tip pel 1 ilonl kimw when E have en joyed my meals mnre Ilian 1 1 eiti willi mure relish and experience tin ill a Ileref feds Nalnrally my rapacity fof work has I feel nmre effi I have mure In I Hel Ilial 1 am in heller health Mian it has I teen my pleasure I enjny in nany Inn nmsi important I in longer find it necessary lo con tiiiiiallv lake and also look tile SiilXon Tills wilh fine results and ermsider them a valn ahle parl of the 1 lake pleasure in Snr iii for tlie genuine improvemeiil lhat II has I in my physical may lie uMallied in Creeii ville from Cnlleys in Men Allan from Johnson I inn in land from Ihe Tan Hiiiir SI ore In Hollandale 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