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Weekly Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1917, Greenville, Mississippi LOWER RATES ON CERTAIN PRODU The Arkansas Ia Iickiiie Mouse Products iTISH IX U REGULATION iontoij 1 AJH CMUlpaigM iOll Allies IlHlUm Kndorscd the Trade Commercial hgsti1xulioRK a eiendiim regulation of issuance of railroad mcurMts indorsjd by the af trade and mivm zation of the Chambers rf con mores 01 tils United in I trendum just ltd 3 k The Uistio be mans driving 1 ei he rli ns of Venetia toward c i 1 ineiuo wJiile onothoi j n endrn break thrcuiri he Ita ui detn at ihe Carnii All in in menu to outflanktin i 1 r euro line I line the fo mu Italian lieadf e pied by the in Ihdsrfa ind Udiae v less than lo d n e Italians make a siinid heavy fighting is probable 11 j day or j isiiicu Wednesday the AustroGer haveoccupied more than llO biiuare miles of The greatest depth of advance i i fli ance OL t out li TJie Freudliand BritiEh it are on their way to help A real football is assured lo cal fans when GreenvilleI Huh School meets the Vicksbmg High School strengthened eleven here at i in its only game of the j held the j itary Academy of to a Tiiis was done with a bona fide high school In order to guarantee I for the Greenville j permission has been Kivon nl i Vichsliurg to use MVO or three om siilers to mala their learn even whom visit otR wi use nt played two yrars ago on the High School strongest team in South Mississippi at that He now a member of the strong armr football team now encamped at Vicks burg and is loaned to the hiirb school boys for the game against The local boys feel confident they can hold the eren in their strengthened They are i lly oi i Oe on t i pehtion i i n ion n of tnf Height T r pi oi i and Louis lo points in AI The claim present rales are discriminatory tillrrjr willi TEN TO I J1 lo i i with i MADE With tilt A Itriilsh at Hliarf Mfun Crew Missinjr Watchma Mm FIOIII San Ten millii u I i wiia advanced to France n bringing total credit 10 the Allies up to RICHARDSON IS APPRECIATED and to see iiuiv they will ral Captain who has been out for some time with a broken will be able lo play at a part of the This game will cost the local team seventy so it is a crowd will Onanuon will Crouch um Strickland head and Hatch Army in lie following official statement issuii American a nucleus of instruction HI some of the biiituliuns rf onr firs in with the veterans of the French bu are in hifiis in a rjuiei seeuv on tie Hie batteries of oiir Hm The sector remains MHv s n a TillO lilKSIAN JmKllXMKXT STANDS IT STOIIIl One of the owners of property n Greenville living in another Vlui had placed the property in Richj PRICES BROKE TODAY ON STOCK MARKET ardaons hauds to shows IH Troops Have lirccl rlliiii i With the American Army in Iranee i American troops an now in Hie first line trenches at Ihe Ireiich The American artil lory has fired first shot of the war at a Jerman There has been intermittent artillery j Sighting the fanlry reached the trenches without i the knowledge of th Ministei cs the Attitude Mt liltimoir da 1 Ihe 1 altimoie Ohio railroad 5 the belid tliat the fire nhieV fed no ui me iiulioads terniii al piers at Lowest last incendiary whieh was tnooreft dock njs alsoburiien id I lie loss is estimated at more hali 1 i Ot UUti I oui of the crew of Ihe steamer are missing andit is i lived they wi n Killed A watchman reported thai hesaiv ilive men jump the pier as the flames broke out T A later check of crew of he steamer showed eluding two ol cers and be chief i gunner of the u WORTHY SON OF A WORTHY SIRE A the attack of f announces as battles jJ it in i ingress fu Aigonne tbe GeTftoji Mnpiise has been lepnlsed 1 ifport the continued rmnn attempts to fraternize with uu i in to courtesies shown all tlie stm the entire lisi which 1 will remember pleasantly j yielding to srowiiig the occa sions some sadness as our relations IntYe been always Wisliing you continued sood health and much I ours very Berlin Oct campaisn on tVi ftalian front is being dcielqpud in accordance with the intention of the AnstroGernian leadeis ice ALL SAINTS SERVICE AT JAMES SUNDAY caused by the foreign mainly lo the Italian Standard Industrials fell from to fivt Fiueiiui Min itler Ictrescchebko in addressing preliminary parliament said ihat ii separate peace was impossible and the defense of Russian territory one of the fundamental needs of tin The Foreign Minister said thai nemy through adeqiiiitj independence of Coinland rum and the Theiand perhaps Poland and is Me also asserted Ihat deinoUiHuatioii and dhur e young men must take inanieiit are The of the oldei is simply a Kian loreisii policy bus not chaiimd aw ot the pnlj question since the first statement I is hnw we tlla yoffihger geHer the of no Iulfil tlin duties in life annexation and the of naion1 formed by f nth MISS TROOD TO SPEAK TO LADIES AT GRAND Jj Kouoils II ilf ins i Now war office ejiorts vanous Uiill ind canal en WKemenis the Italian units suppoitinft tlie rivalry and per ittin other iroon to continue to niri toward the ncn Italian line beBib inj Owing to the absence of Phil1 ip the there vili be 110 observance of All Saints Day at James Episcopal church I but the day will be observed at i 11 oclock service on next AftcniiMii Miss Irbaii Uniersnncy Addioss French soldiers welcomed them most The nearest eiie my i several hundred yards The sector on which ihe American troups are IKW located is one of thr quietest on tbe It1 is not taken over by the being yet inHer the conlrol of tlie j troops under the general direction j of th The Americans j shelled lie German positions while troops of tlie enemy are sending iell for The first shell case ill be sent to President Thft shot was Tired by a red haired gunner as comrades The gun used in firing the first shot was a iFrcneh Montiuse n Iarlner in jtfrm of ISllim CERTIFICATES 1E AMERICAN SHIP YARDS ARE BUSY TO CERTIFICATES By Associfiteti of the Shippiuj ituiiced that the American shipj will complete a million tons by March 1 tions reported today at the neasury for certificates of indebtedness the so to making a new COLD WAVE SPREADS OVER EAST AND SOUTH t Wurd has been received lierc that Miss Maud urban Icy agent for will make i her first official visit to Greenville on i anri ivill address I tbe women of the city at oclock tiial aiternon at the Grand j Misp Cresownii tue county is especially anxious that full alj tendance or all demoniration and club members be i Everyone iuterestr i in fond conscnl jition and food jroblcm is cspe clallv tn Jliss Trood is desirous to meet all of the women of Her ad dress will be of general By ABstcialed Prrssi The oi the latest to Ibe Irea I nry for certificates of the total to i The iifferine is ftill mmitlce liAprcsCutiug mens Inioii Ask for an Increase f lilly Per I fn By Associated Press couiniittee ifijircRcnting the Switchmens Inion of North has decided to asl for a fifty per cent increase in and tinin and half for for its members employed by railroads is already iloing inicnsve work i throiighout the A confer j in and held on December lias lo self nearly a halr jCentiirr Na than Goldstein has been a loader in the business lifo of stic cuodiiig in bis business jand also a leader in nil OF I While Goldstein is yet act in business and we vll hope good fur many more pears of personal effort in business the firm of Blum of which lie is the active has taken purl neriifjp a young Montrok I son of This was done after the son had begn actively connected with the busineafepfor several years and hat proven clOhe I and his capacity to di and haiiille large business at L Mont rose renred Quola Lingclr OviisnbMiiliid 1111 ciliated has hosts lu ilic Foiiilli of rfiends iherc who congratulate iliitn on his admission a partnership in liie oig business of Blum Jt GoUl stein predicttithYt will prove in business aiitKln the civic life of j Greenville a vrtrthy son of a worthy SWITCHMEN ASK BIG WAGE CLEVELAND DISTRICT J and expect in this rid some specia biirs work mauds ked at lime ill be hr ir THE STATE MEETING IN JACKSONi iitsl Ttfiiii DIIUR In spealuns of the Ifiure of Miss Cresswell said trli thftm not to fail to nresent and doal forjet thu and the j FORD LOSES SUIT I By Assoiialed 1icsst An nf iiiia made to day that Uie Liberty Loan lions for the Fourth Federal jifrvc district amounted to 1 with returns yet The quota of the district was I ha A Gathering am IIH Mm Hliicli Can Than IjeUoy Percy tu his iiarty in a ends nee ths hi itp tfm of tiie VrorU Lonn Jackson returned last night tsrymireli elated aj the tremendous i miccesS of About lr0 jf mon lyf 111 trim 3ll rad gath coli wavi overspreads the easteru half of flfl Frost extendrd lo the Gulf Snow fell as far south as lowest lober teiiiDfliature an record in Arj Mississippi iut ttlier stales j is TONE DEMONSTRATION A T oi KliAL TO DODGE MILLIONS SIGN THE FOOD PLEDGES THOUSAND INDIAN NATTVES DROWNED Widespread Destruction in Na South Vium u portcd by ileutcr JJisjiatches Decision in Court Joifl to Disburse i Acciiiimlitcii rrolils Uei w Divi Already Milliiiu lirs Pledge in Oil British Indun believed have beon drowned A NOBLE MAN DEAD ered of the Y our army i older of ed to bis Rodwell has been I met declining health for more lhan a ba to in of those ot our ami to devise f which Mississippis ijovtion I fund miirhi bo uX flin of was Wioned niiniinum atnong ijounties of tbstate j max BftiiTm eEtimate in addilion so that can sure of doini IIP full duty in response to this iatrintic The of the iieMbis in vus fhe exlracr enthiiiiiiism with vbich tbe seliri business and professional ivho were took up the tasK Uiffift to in spiinitionKl by 1 of roused intense interest raised to a point i a tremendous earnest by Ike mnKlilClcent address in which Percy outlined the spirit of the campnlgn of Wklch he is the leader In The foIloAiiiBKontlomcn from fireenivlle In Attonilunce i ir 1 U i M ilnn I ivldbin cimnn u sti I i i In i t i i ArraiiKementK have been comiiiet whereby Ilorcnee tbe contralto of New iind Miss Helen u will come to or the night of November a T demonstration at the Grand Miss lerrell and Miss nill iimiinsniue ihn of tbe lOdison i nd har sung sir has I not give up work until His death came as a distnct shock lo many of nf who die tip unniv of his weakened funeral sorvces from ihft il0 South Tuarday ternoon at four and as conducted by Tlllerry pastor of First Methodist were very im pnl bearers Iar kev jiiid Hcdwell Icavas a devoL ed wrte and two talented and devot ed daughter to especially feel the Uy Thr suii brought against Ibr Ford Motor i company uu Henry by John lo compel i Ford to disburse the accumulated j instead of nsiiis the money been decided by the cir favor of Dodge with wonderful This I mutely it is rill lie a treat for the music lovers i lisfenville and be jrretecl i 111 is I rAMfTnir I Complimentary FOOI CuNSERVATIOfJ cured ot Kandy Br Associated Tress f Tabulii tions this niornint SM families in the United have vigned iledges in Hie fond con servation campuign so syq IIPKI nitcourt nsw Approxi RED CROSS HEADQUARTERS EDWARDS GOES TO BELZONI CAMPAIGN NOW ON There wil band and Rodwell wan hixtyscvcu yean of age at the time of his hnv been In Mlonliiippi in Cushiriof the jcilixeHN of ion a display in thr j Sewint Room at lied Cross Head i November of ood administrator for Washing41 finished garmeuls and knitted sir has I tieles ready for This will busy Ibis week aod hr of pledging meatless and days from is women have taken up the a tfork that can succeed only through their of pledge cards have been distributed good results who has been connected with the Commercial Sav ings Hank of thin city for xfveral years has his yositum will uiidonbtedlv with that well known financial insti tution and accepted tho position as cashier of tho Citizens of has inhorenily n sidorate of the feelings of others and lonesi man the nobltwl of We repet Hodwolls dentil and 1 1 always been pop ular with the yotiiiRor as well as ihc older residents of vbo will to HOC him ihe Quoen City of tho tq accept his i i Ition ail put of the FAILED TO REBUILD SPANISH CABINET Use former president of the kM the uttempt to foun n Tinlsh be second shipment by t WftHhington County intcrastwl is invited lo come see thix finished b will paoVed Friday Vice SAM BLUM IN FOOD CAMPAIGN Sam activo Neltns Blum hnn nosin for tho ot moulunt contnthe ot the loot for Wmhlnnto In in ijftlld ooilntr ve according to which iialure of Central News to induat IructlOU reported as Kiiter South is esult i i storm sats 11 om iboived ille for accepting Ii Hot large number oi to become a can formally entcis the Cock csun county many yeas after having of foi mayor of Walor and us a mcnubei cl legiiilnture from coming lo a or of our counh H11 holtlinft impor Cock I m Expcricnco in of high
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