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Daily Democrat, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1915, Greenville, Mississippi ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS A NEWSPAPER WIFH A CIRCULATION VOLUME 1 JUXU I HUSSIA CLAIMS 13NHMV JjOST HEAVILY OX 1NUI1NS2IMILESOFTRESTE HpcncU Advance in West Ceased Kor Tho Subma rines Continue Nothing From By Associated observ forming opinions on the latest dispatches from believe that the Uiruai from the been The they delivered a blow and a hard The German and Austrian troops which forced a passage on ihe JJNcister river near ac cording to the latest anribuncement of the Russian war office have been flung back with heavy losses in both men and Nothing is heard from London con cerning the nghtng in Tho Italians are now less than relies from the cliief port of On tho western the method ical French for to have German counter attacks seem to have boon their march against Gorrizza on June Ui to the ninth neither side sained a decisive in a number of artillery EUtragemeuts Austrians lost from eight to ten thousand Subnmriiies Still June the ves sels torpedoed and sunk by German submarines is the Strath The crew was landed at Another sunk was the schooner the crew being landed at The British fishing Welfare and Tjanre were smik by Zeppelins In tho North The crews were lauded at Maas Anstrians Driven Hack June dispatch from says that tho Tlursiaus bombarded the Austrian positions from Stanislaus to on the left bmk of tlio in They drove the Aiislriims across tlic taking large numbers of pris Tho stopped the ad vance of ho marching on Tho Mlion was fierce anil the losses heavy on both Successes on uJne of ficial communication that thero were successes on the river After hard the Russians on yesterday took from their antagonists seventeen cannon ttiid foriynine machine suns and caplurod approximately officers and MATERIAL ASSEMBLED Material for tlio construction of the new Fisher cotton ollices on Main titreet opposite the Democrat placed on tlio lot and active work of construction The foundation lias been lidd and the pretty new building to le used as the cotton offices o Fijjlier be ready for occupancy when tlic fall cotton season opens in Septem GltRKXVILIJSS 1TOUXG STRUCK OUT THE SCORE TEN TO TWO HERE district commer cial superintendent of the Western Union Telegraph was here yes terday with local Wilson makes Meridi an headquarters and was here on his official rounds and found the local of well ne Little Greenville Error silIe For 1liroc Runs For Tlio Visitors lu The Next THE CONTEST from Cor Contest Closes Oclock Miss Maiue Brynn lonn her frieiuls Hint ihu sji to in I CrooTiville took tho third jTunica pitched uxceut in the eighth when ith two down an orror lo reach tlireo heavy I 1 SupnnntriHlent swuts He Hruok out fwur Huii during tho Grcenvillo earnrd run in FLAG JUNE 14 The Daughters oC tlio American stand not only for conimeuioratiun of the cir cumstances the birth of our nation valiant deeds of our forefathers preservation of our historyout alsn for the cuitirntlou f tlitrefore ask that our patriotic citi zens assist the members of Belvidere to honor day by wearing or disrlaving on automo planes of nubile build ings and residences The Star Span gled Banner and that the music of same bo iluyed by orchestras bunds that Star Spangled O may it Oer the land the free and th home of the Chapter Rej PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS RETAINED A MEETING Al JAST EMS THE SHIPPING BILL Quite u Number ot Cireenvillo Ieiiilu Motored OVIT la Hear Tlio Ad by contest for a free to the hil tion closos at 1 on Tuesday s Jnna If anyone ii vote for Miss votefor Miss Bry they please plione She will be glad to call for Or they may brplnfed in the ballot boy nt one the placed where votes are Please ask for at tiiur or Humphreys addressed a meeting of tile citizens Iceland last night giving a review oC the wcrU of the democratic administra and paying special attention to Bass And All His the work of the which has Assistants in 1 lie riiMic Schools lie vus heard with close r attention and given wana ap FOR KENT OR gix vs at U Hljr room litlapn with hxaiiMl from car 5 from jiost Bower hoi i vitcr and cold plenty of i out Inquire A Winr the foul iiiio to left fol by a hit over base by llol LIL tin1 toijrtli Tuuica ITrjfCd wiili or1 to Doty hit tu tnird and out ut 7Inco jroniy to Gaypool hit a hot ono UirouKh piiort Huo to Viayiionl toco ml and On recommendation of groaler hls spcecll wa3 UK school board has reelected lor to a the majority year rtriictnr oC rm uhlclics Miss pnu supervisor 1 arrle history oE art Miss fno Hall and lisli Miss Susan tiomcs1 stiuncc way iu tho hippiuK inter lti tlio ccnntrj havo endeavored i tj dominate iate the leniocratin coiisross who for tlio repeal the Panama l and Hie ship pur bill It will be remembered that the lalter measure failed pas in tlio weeks ot the lato cmiTsss Tlnmrhreys had deal to show his audience IreeiiviUe evened in her half Auslrinns Defeat Juno from liuudquartcrs In the south state that I ho first considerable battle ot the war with Italy was fought in the region of the river and resulted favorably to the L Aiistrlans Iioso dispatch from says that the Italians began FRIENDSHIP BRACELETS All the novel nt Evory wniita every girl should have Tho bracelet Is made up of Individual liiilcs bearing tho inltinls of the friend who gnve See Uiem nt our store this Jeweler 208 Phone Exclusive ARont for Victor Victrolns and Edison Torpedoed Ships Juno baric tho Russian steamer Danla am the Swedish steamer OUi were torpedoed and sunk by lennan submarines Tho crew of the Tomasina were landed nt For Pie Grammar Schools j Pllla and Km I lUtyd wore elected witii j hit a HifcH followlnp of Hy to third and Wincnian in pitchir and reached first ami see succeeded in showing to die corn of ills friends that position the two was tho lirlilsli Cruiser June ment was made today that an Aus trian submarine Bunk a IJritish iiuiHir in the Adriatic Italian forces caiiturco UKTTBIt T1IK UICST Is the monthly income policy ot j the Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co Without charge for the administra tion of the will monthly pay to your bcMiificiary after I your death during 15 20 or 25 years or during the life of the This will he done at less cost to very much than is usually charged for any other form ot reputable life and at a considerable less cost than any Ira ternal ofBce at Sol Br j will impart further information f adv cnd on a bad throw to hii uaf Will i hit Louise Anna Matj Xiilllo Oarrio Dow Maud tnoz LPP j I and Tlio tt IN nchools considers the mop profiressivo in tho Thev in ihc lirtli home la regards the question whose vievs entitlod tu mor llassoy I to ovir at t flui Pierce hit lo ind reiind it Ilaxton hit lo and nn low throw reached Forman hit for three bases lo r and Copehuui hit t am out at Format on tho lilt MIISFOV hit fur tlirej ToTitlniiRd on pftgn 4 i pj teachers shall spend sli weeks evorv tlurd in j clios few years i cf a committee t lite house of which iivoslisatirt thr ship monopoly Iu the nited States ant nade an oxhatistlve 1 on tho It is jjiMibtiiil if there is a mun In the who Is a more competent au and re Quito a number of Greenville peo le motored Dver for tlio Humnhroys was prnsented by In this wav it is boned James from a list prepared ty tho snperni is hoped li the I in touch I Allies Ixso on June wireless from Constantinople reports that in the fighting nn Oalllpoli Peninsula Jnnii 5th and more than French and Hritish were The losses In tho FrancoBritish expedition last week were Sirlw Marching on June Serbian aro reported to have nncuplcd Al bania and are said to bo marching n the direction of the Advancing TluOniih Predil June Italian forces are today advancing through Fred 11 DEMAND THE GENUINE BY FULL NAME Examine the crown Nicknames Encour age Get protection for vourself as well as WeMark for us against infer Jj or and Phone 91 3 BOTTLING CO Mississippi i For Mississippi S3J I i iht and I Partly cloidy WE ARE NOW OFFERING WHITE SATIN 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