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Weekly Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1917, Greenville, Mississippi f Si Ifr f MISSISSIPPI i I i iil i FOP COLDS AND Gl CASUALiiES TO THE I MEDICAL OPFl biieken the p nr i l fi Tae is to set tut a seoaraio ami Governor General Nckrasoff has been and place taken by a J and a state of has been Tlio Italian resislance ai Piave is fctiffeniim and the j0 progress in the Sneana valley is slow lie slatemein says i iiiK V01s n here but vow little activity s the moment in The Ger liiora o counter attack at Passchen l lhn in Palestine Ch 1 GOOSS CAPTURED a i will be licensed ailor j 1U n ml I0af will baked after Hubs are n ilie of and as soee as are more the A call for Ibe iieeiii of Ihe ho hr n seed bv the Adnii1 November DECISf BY SUPREME COURT NEARLY FOE no n n cement V1s in violent annuxationist i speech at Munich yesterday said thai ciirlcte he e or pro I be h de m MEET PRESlDSMi rij Street rcnskys and the oxaei SEND U1XBERG Eerlin JJalcc 1 AustroCo I FACCIN1 DEAD MANY HURT IN STREE CAR COLLEION FRSD KOHN P 11UIN WRECKED war oic thai the resist ad the enemy on Hi northern front whore th On the plains more K bnsk firing across ie TisiSiislj Troops i f Make i forced to a i oltltionists are lacking iakish The same is irne of the troops been rep0r that Ktrcnsky had intcrcd bofore the fiiiib s are now for defense i Tlio American army aviaiovs hay in tho vicinity of o miles j0jncii the forces of the Allied air southwest of says the on the batlle Ironi of ficial The Brilish are riwlniim of tontinuing to push forward in some from he of the artillery is ad Oennair ard Christian ebareli at iPd alisFair an will lull1 Stales Kair i will vail llie allliongh there is some ICillcd ami en in ICiHl Collision Illy Associaicd Press ntmuing 10 pusn in sunn reperleo iroin me j a JPI Cniss swu ie r mere s some si the artillery is active en to the Klysian and the fifuen Vears and was in a bility of rain Tuesday or iy j i in ri b of his Moderate icmperatnres will j AinCiicnn Patrol lioat a niomliers of the church nned lo i Plains Stales and Tprr sni navy Tllc painleve in Franco rcj s on e uu en to Mississippi Fair S0ldiers were killed and injured fJMartment announces Ibat a patrol aftlir a debate in tne Cbambev m vvilh J fnl 1 o vn c o IVanbm followed by rain or snow by Jhndavjiu 011 fo IjSl has gone ashore in home oi noputics on the ncw allied war f leiHl d lib uuard in in norlhern and by rain by Tm topaxi according to a mes the name of the boat and he loca1 which Painleve i n or Tuesday niKhl in Soutbern pi received at Denver by the Kin 4 linin ir t ll Vi ill 1 Vllll n UClfl 111 i t i 1 Til n 1 GOVERNMENT AND tkm being were in jured far as it is known ami ef forts have begun to rftgoat Hie Wir Atliieks in All XBi war office Maximalist ruKipf PetroKrad Hiat Ihe Oermans met a is apparently as Keren at tho head of his loyal is marching on the complete defeat in Flandeis i day Mi attempt made bv the for is marching on the I o rocaplnre lost near Mlepovts received at Finland was x M Kcrensky has entered Sl V Uolsheviki has been over to Have Entered There has lieen no confirm iitlon of these which are til j Xov A Finnish tele variance willi the lalesl advices snys the whole of Kns corner of iiheiiiv I at tomorrow morn VILLA i COTTON CONSUMED Iatrols 1 FKhl iK lint WOOD tho Villa forces and Mi DURING OCTOBER o CoKon ConsiimiMl In the Tnileii Slates for Itraclicd HiiiiniiiK variance wilh the lales advices re h snys the of llus government trooiis beiaii ui Oiimmo ceived from Petrograd i sla except a small part of Ms first atlack wa Bolshevik is ereclni barricades of Ihe IrovUional lo American prepara ion of the bat lo wllh the bureau says the ford oppo Kerenslcy forces and fiKhliiH has Korensky and bnllois fell on fBv Associated etiiTcd at sou h the bureau j side of Ihe llefiiKoes went of is nil mys vlrtnj arrivinghere iba t ef bureau announced today lhal i i o cntlio It also declares fifrlilinf Is on the oiitsdo of the rimnlni bales of cotton and I OL Ucnine and I i Moscow is the hiadiiiiarlers bales of were consumed r83nln I hlt Vllln had been driv mills in lie month of Jf f orally fair weaibei econd half of Ibe X Hliiperaliies are ovoTlod I It AN ION IM received a Denver by the Kin tlrande general The is said lo have been a rear end nuns i Mmt of th were from the Itah VILLA BANDITS ARE APPROACHING BORDER Said U Ho I11 Adark Opposite Hly Associated Press Villa MAXWELL WITH inp HK iiorder lo attack opposite Ihis The at tack is Villa is THE HOTEL COWAN an evperienceil hotel formerly with ih Ed wards and other prominent has assumed maniiKcment of the Hotel Cowan un do the direction of the new Maxwell has hosts oX friends aiming the travelinfi meijy1 suc cessfully handled big will succeed Maxwell arrived wilh Maxwell and they am now
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