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   Daily Democrat, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1915, Greenville, Mississippi                              TRADE WEEK NOVEMBER 20 TO 27 PRESS NEWS A NEWSPAPER ttllll A CIRCULATION VOLUME NOVKMItKK I Reference to the Serbian advance at Wonastir is rather The AUSTKOQERMAN INVASION raay nave UBen made be NORTH SLUES HOLD OWN IN SOOTH EECTION IN TENNESSEE o Sclecv Nominee Tor Continue llombardnunvt Bombarded by Monitors Serb 1risoneis of By Associated London tore tho town was finally abandon or may mean that Monastir is still In possession of the Sorbs and the Bulgarians were Kxpcct Declaration of I corres at of the Central says diplomats understand that Italian declaration of on Germany is a matter of The weather seems to have Inter vened again in Little activ ity is reported except the retirement ot the Russians to the east bank of the Styr in In Courland the By Associated Democrats of Tennessee are today 1 aHoting on parry candidates fo InUcil Slates senator for the term beginning The candl aro Senator Luke former Covornor Patterson and Congressman Tho is to be olecA ed in the Tlse weather is TRADE WEEK OPENS MOST AUSPICIOUSLY Crowds o Pnriulo linglmeiTd by Kiist Kml Mer cluuils Attract official Is received that the Bulgarians have captured Mon little hope Is felt that announcement is prema Serbias military situation is S6ilig from bad to In the rnorth the Serbian armies are giving slowly before the battering t the AvistroGerman ihe An gloFrench armies based on rtalonikl seem to do no better than to hold their An optimistic feel Ing in regard to the diplomatic slt In Greece ctill persists in Eng land VIEW HILLSTROMS BODY Crowds camp to Greenville today on the trains and over the dirt roads from the surrounding country to en joy the rich rewards offered by the merchants of Greenville in low prices i on sood The Bast End merchants put one over on the nptown business men b securing a brass and a parade GREENVILLE ANTI TUBERCULOSIS OFFICKRS Charlman Rdmund First bell Second P AUSTRIANS SUNK ANCONA Report fo Ambassador ian Foreign by Ital g attention to the East Emi business This secret of the I enterprising East End merchants was Siores nf Friends and Hundreds told early today with a noise and en Curious View tho thusiasm that attracted great atten Kretschmar Leon Fletch er Miss Allee Dunn Chairman of SubComruitteM On Aleaxnder On Ed Miss Klla Darling Co Philip Davidson On Malcolm Robertshaw On Stephen Ronuti On Louis Bergman On ales of Christmas Ed lund AL a meeting oi th Uy Associated of the friends hundreds of the curious today the body of Joseph Hill wlio was shot yesterday tor 1rade Week opened most auspic Business was good with the Trade Week merchants and the pur chasers were pleased with tho xr bargains wet weather in the swampy district has evidently brought both sides to a the murder of J Morrison anl 1 Tho cash awards made at p The body will be shipped to TO VOTERS OF GREENVILLE Quiet lit parative quiot prevails at Gailipoli Peninsula OH the Dardanelles Artillery firing on both sides Is in progress with hostile armed cruis ers Two landing bridges of the enemy were Bombard Italian bom bardment of Austrian positions in and around Gorlzla continues with unabated according to the ot Btatcmcnt Tho arlillerr j NOTED BASEBALL CATCHER IS HERE Buuny one of the iiot aiites in is liorp for the win lie has played with Cincinnati ut numerous enemy batteries avrt other and for tho season fell to the following Joe Wallace Locust Plantation Crayton Doyd Bell place Lxvson Neele Lake Since my last article In the Demo Caleb Lament Davie Sla Avon Henry Swiftwater Mui ray Arcola Matilda Taylor Beulah Jesse Wiuterville Milie Wayside Mary Greei Long uSostel the OKImans Still Announcement was made today by the war office ot the capture of more The occupation of Novavaros and were was bombard ed by monitors HaBko was also occupied in the Greenville Ibar to the west of 1 in the Prepolao closed wao lie mainstay Hit hat of the one of the strongest clubs of tho Pearce ban been with II ugh Armstrong in the has en joyed ilshiug and hunting and likes tliB Delta and will jirob ably holp dredgiiii for part of the wintor lie has made many friends was reached on the west Live ly artillery mining warfare and hand grenade battles occurred at certain i Advance at An Athens dis patch filed Frldav says that the Ser bian troops at Monastir succeeded jerday in advancing a distance four and twothirds The telegram adds that the intentions to wards of the Bulgarians who occupied are WILD GOOSE SUNK I have been told that I could nat luduco the taxes in the and that the Council would not let Tc this I I know all of the present those in office aud tliote running for and 1 tto not believe there is any of them would not try to he In the reduction of city Greenville can never prosper aid thrive under the present tvery tax payer should see this anil romlnci himself of the fact that tlif foreigner will not come to buy property under sucli condi what makes the city or how can it grow at a rapid rate without any new comers witl new capital Tho time has come ivheu the waste should cease and let ij get our moneys I am not opposed to public improve ments and progresses an evidence of this I built and maintained the iirst roads over built in Washington county by the F1sh LaAi and the C barley Smith These roads weie very bad roads when undertook this nevertheless I succeeded In lha By Associated s Ital ian foreign ofllce han notified Amer ican at Rome that they had reasons to believe Hint the submarine which sank the An with the loss of several Amer was no other than with the Austrian governments acknowledgement of the clears ut the possibility that it might have been a German Am bassador Pay hrs collected addi rommltteei evidence on tho sinking of the leld at the Chamber of on it was decided o begin sale of Christmas seals on thereby placing seals in the hands of IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE CHASED BY SUBMARINE rn A T THE BEST ON THE Carbon and Red Ash For All Domestic Carbon Hill For Fur Stoves and L MOSBY COAL PHONE Tho pretty little house boat Wild owned and used by Greenville lieoplo while on outing sunk while near tho river bank a few miles below Greenville a few day A parry of popular Gresnvlllu people were aboard when the boat sprung a leak which was discovert n time for all to disembark without srrious Tho boat will prob ably be raised and Linir Pursued by Two Ior By Associated telegram re ceived here gives a wireless message said to have been sent out by Italian stating that she was being pursued by a large submarine with two per to the telegram the submarine was accompanied by a The position of the Ve rona is given oft oteamship This has been gathered from several official sources as well as It is under stood that tile ambassador has es beyond a the prin nercliants and with the ear eipal circumstances attending the aest retiuest that thoy used on all including a degree of re letters and packages from now until aponsibility on the which Jnnuitry The design of this salk tlle vesael years a Santa Olaus head beside diminntlve Red Is beautiful is well as and will prove most acceptable on greeting and any form of Christmas in mind tuat the sale of tho five hundred dollars worth of seal entrusted to our committee by the National Association for thestudy and prevention of tnbxroutonis will enable to encrage tuberculosis nurse to j the work so aiily begun by Miss I cola SALE of CHRISTMAS SEALS will brLjn November at liie following places and luyurs organization will be assigned a day for selling the Christmas 9 to 12 to 6 Nelnis 10 to 1 p li to 6 Kandy 11 to 2 1 to 6 INTERESTING MEETING meUiing Tn Store All Who The public is again reminded of If you will look in the archives the mteting to be held tomorrow af Ihe city yon will find the petition thai lernoou at at Ihe Methodiut caused our brick streets to be It Avill be conducted cn written by and carried around ty to be I believe that when 1ifblic improvements are they should be done at a time when the the tax are prosper ous and able to pay for The Farcical Fact in Three Acts It Pays to was presented the Grand last evening to a and if there was a single pat ron not pleased with thoiphiy and its the objector lias not I eon The farce is bubbling over wltii nrli humor and uptodate action and was presented with a skill that could not have been Adele Rol ant as Mary presented tho exacting part with an ease and graci that was Miss Elza Frederic as the Comtesse de Beaur the lost none of I IIP opportunities offered In the character Frank Ailwortb as Ambrose the Cowan Hotel 9 to 10 12 to 3 Emplv immonse and kenl Methodists Ctini Tues Catholics f Hebrew Union Temple Morris No on Thanksgiving Day Episcopalians the audience in an uproar of laugh ter every minute he was on tho linrold Vormilye nml Elmer Clraudin as Cyrus fit tho parts A farco rich iii in situations and cli maxes nnd brilliantly What more could be said Those vlio failed to see It Pays to Adver mJsBed ono of the brlghtest and Eastern Star j chairman ivill be ably ass tirely by hois who attended tho conference in Jackson last and there will bo something interesting Tor paoh and every person who It might be well to advise those who wish to get a seat to be on as there will no a td by coworkers with their respect ivo and no doubt the public will respond Due announcement will be made most entertaining plays ever prf rented at the Grand But of such are the Cohan ami Harris They are all good and bettor and It Pays to Advertise is Ihe In my next article 1 shall tell i Urpo of the Business Mens Club something that will be of interest to onmerchants and our SOME ClAKS TO Tins SamelEons the extra classy 1 Oc cigar tor REMAIN ANOTHER WEEK Dnl and Tyler Imiblo to Get Awiiv Itecmiso of Orders NEW STYLE EDISON PHONOGRAPHS TTSIKfl DISC ItECORDS NOW ON COSUIJOTK STOCK OK TOK VIOTROIjAS AND HECOBDS NEW KKCOKDS IIAVK ARRTVKD L SCHLOM 203 Phone Exclusive Greenville Agent for VifAtVictiolas HTirl Edison In another pnrt of tiio Daily Dem ocrat today appears tho half page an nouncement that eye late of and ot represcnl tng tho True Sight Optical have decided to remain in Greenville tlir2u days Tuesday anil because filling a num ber of orders tor glasses that came to them nnd the day and could not bo completed in time them to leave IORI thoy remain three days longer t in their offices nt 23o avenue where they make expcrtcxamj iuition of the eyes free and givj j their lionet opinion ns to your 1 Kpeakins from a scientific stand point Dub remarked that it is remarkable tho number of parties call ing last who were suEVeriiii from a all of vhich were fvom the rhey were ittod with glasses that effected the THE GREENVILLE ACADEMY GREENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL FIRST CITY CHAMPIONSHIP ff AM Academy November 25th at 50 and 25 foisales weak by the oljierj churches and j Mens Committee for Sale ot Seals i I Saul Louis Womens Committee for Sale ofi Soals in Leroy Joel Taylor Maurice Bergman MY HOW ITS GROWN More than for a Sam elsons the always good fjr THK MOST POPULAR CANDIDATK For your application for life Insur is the Penn of Phila This candidate has CO years of business experience without a blemish on its and distributes its entire earnings amongst policy holders as there are no PiCT nr nDCAM an Portion I ASl UP UKrAWl rKlNLhM01 jtYour application and Influence Utol Uf UrvLrtlU appreciated by i District MY HOW ITS GIIOWN Ihon for a Sam the always good OAFK 715 Wnsliiiigton Telephone Ilnsiness Lunch to 2 Ladies Spccinlly TOJIORROWS MBNII Oyntor String Broivnod Yams Bilked Colnry Dressing nil GrMin Corn Fritters in Cream Baked Apple VanilEa Sauce Tea or Milk All for All for S5c Announcement is made that the following are included in the cast of tho Dream Princess to he presented at the Grand Opera House on Fri 2G Anne Hanway Margaret Maryi Blliot Alice Lonlio Rela Manj rice Anne Elizabeth Caroline 1essiei Louise Hebe Kathe1 rinc Annotte Sara Lane Louise Margaret Helen Jiminie Cooper Howard Innls Paul Stevn Lady Deity Maria Hunt Mary Dclle Lillian Leone Buster losepbine Natalie Al berta Bculali Minnie Phoobo Mary Ruth Kry Lady KathcriiiL KlhHdreda Louise Meis Idel Josfphina Agnes Kmnui James Natalie Kilisc Mr Shields HERMANS ARMY SERVICE BLUCHER In Tan Willow CalC or Gun A hand shoe on theOrtluipcdic by array Yon never saw a shoe like it for fort and sole leather count part of specially A solid ICiUlicislioe CMII wear of tho siioc tliat sells This is 0110 of tlic shoes Uncle buys for Tils JTS A AVOlUa SCO tlio Army JOHL BERGMAN Hie Shoe Men Phone   

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