Corsicana Semi Weekly Light, August 9, 1918

Corsicana Semi Weekly Light

August 09, 1918

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Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light (Newspaper) - August 9, 1918, Corsicana, Texas ten Pages Today Ten Pages Today POLK DENTIST dflces 123 Pace Office SMITH DENTIST Over Corsicana National Bank 0 Phones Office 70 V Residence 859 XXXTTT THE CORSIOANA SEMIWEEKLY COB SIC AUGUST 1918 78 War Work is calling many women of our country into commercial and industrial activ This releases men for military To the women over here who are backing up our boys over this institution would extend every encour Our banking facilities are available and we cordially invite Corsicana National Bank CAPITAL SURPLUS The Bank of Service ALLIES LAUNCH NEW SHIP OUTPUT EXCEEDS LOSSES By Associated output of mer chant ships constructed for the three months ending June 30th by the Unit ed allied and neutral exceed the losses from all causes by over two hundred and nine ty six thousand gross to the announcement of the secretary of the British Landed Safely Nutt today received a letter from her son Corporal Bufford of the 132nd Field that lie had landed satery over Corporal Nutt is a member of Capt Davis1 battery but he and oth ers were sent to France in advance of the other ZEPPELIN WAS SHOT DOWN By Associated Captain Stras one of Germanys most success ful squadron commanders In Zeppelin attacs and the entire crew of the Zeppelin which led the attack on the British coast Monday were killed and the Zeppelin was shot accord ing an official report from Berlin LEFT FOR Two for Navarro County Boys Left Training Station Newton Buchanan and E who have been in the Naval Reserve for severa have been called to active service and left for a training station Chandler was here this morn Miss Ruby Ferguson Is visiting In ing from AN OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE ALWAYS AWAITS YOU AT THIS OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF GOODS IS BEING SOLD AT PRICES FAR BELOW THEIR PRES ENT IT WILL BE WORTH YOUR WHILE TO VISIT OUR STORE AND JUST LOOK AROUND AND GET OUR PRICES LADIES SPRING CONSISTING OF TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS GO ING AT LESS THAN ONEHALF THEIR ORIG INAL LADIES WHITE SHOES AND PATENT AND KID SLIPPERS BEING CLOSED OUT AT A BIG 1 lot Canvas and Buck Pumps 1 lot Kid Pumps worth We are still selling Good 8 Duck 1 2 The Big Store With The Little Attack Was Started At Dawn Today On Wide Progress Has Been Made in Sy Associated Marshal Foch has launcheda fresh blow against the Germans in a new An attack was started at dawn oday on a wide east and southeast of Lon don and Paris official statements report that satisfactory progress has been made in the The assault began exactly at dawn along a front of between forty and fifty kilometers and a success was scored The British advanced toward Gerisy on the south side of the Somme east of Sailly Laurette and The French advanced at the same time in the direction of Demuin and ALLIES HAVE CAPTURED MANY TOWNS AND PRISONERS FROM GERMANS By Associated and British forces which at tacked this morning have advanced at some points in the Picardy sector to a depth of more than three Around Morisel and Mareuil the German resistance is A considerable number of villages have been captured by the Allies in the FrancoBritish offensive and substan Conttnued on Page HTE PRICE OF VICTORY IS IN YOUR PURSE front every Personin Texas DOLLAR MARK YOUR PLEDGE wss wss wss Pay it as speedily as possible and pledge The Government needs the IT NEEDS YOUR MONEY NOW Every time you invest in a War Savings Stamp you aid the Government and fatten your own bank account HIT THE LINE HARD WITH YOUR OWN DOL PAY YOUR PLEDGE NOW STATE BANK OF CORSICANA We Are Agents For Uncle Sams Victory YOUR BIT OR YODR BEST Mkfl C1 A TO TI7TJ1 A FTTtTTJ BAY THE PRESIDENT FAIR WEATHER REAL AMERICAN YOUR INVESTMENT IS THE ANSWER THE MINIMUM INVESTMENT IS PER ONE MUST BE A MINIMUM AMERICAN TO MAKE AND PAY A MINIMUM PLEDGE IF ABLE TO DO DONT BE A BE A MAXIMUM YOUR ABILITY IS THE ONLY LIMIT Pay the Pledge an ddg deeper for State National Bank LET US HELP YOU TO SERVE UNCLE SAM TODAYS LISTS OF CASUALTIES Army List Shows Total of 237 Marine Corps List Is 108 46 YEARS ON GUARD ty Associated army cas alty list today shows Killed In one hundred and Died of Died of airplane Died of accident and other Wounded Wounded to a degree two hundred and The following Texans are among he casualties reported today Robert Hutchlnson of El nd Private Smart of Beau were killed In Private Slechta of Victoria WM everely Private Allen Anderson of Dal as and Sergeant Nicholas Nora of Laredo were wounded to a degree un Private Lumpkln of Devall was killed in Private Lonnie Robinson of Mad severely Private Jesse Norman of Fltr died of The Marine list shows Killed In Died of Wounded Wounded to a degree Wounded one hundred and eight The following Texans are among the Marine casualties Private Leslie Scott of League J f FIRST WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT No Matter How Small It Might You Will Find This Bank To Be CONSERVATIVE AND COUR TEOUS AT ALL TIMES CAPITAL SURPLUS FUND TOTAL Stockholders Liability Oldest Bank in Navarro County THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK President ISAAC LEVY No Deposits Belonging to City County or State RESERVE 64 Per Cent City and John Hale of se verely Corporal Clarence Bradford of John Hufsmlth of Hous Privates Thomas Banentitle of McKinney and Dewey Schmidt of Get all the news In the Had to Ship Cattle Bsck Platt and who Ofwi here today from report that they took fortytwo fat beef cattle to Fort Worth this week and to ship them back home because of low Platt says he was otter ed only for the best beef He says the slock yards are overflow Ing with having their hog pens as well as their stock pens Platt says that many who have taken cattlo to market have shipped them back home SECONDHAND FURNITURE We are now prepared to handle your Hand Furniture and OUR HAND DEPARTMENT will be conducted three doors east of Main We will buy your Hand Goods by paying Cash or take them in exchange on No Second Hand Goods will be handled in main but New Goods will also be sold in the Hand Department where we have not sufficient articles in Hand for This department will also Store and Phone orders for this depart ment will receive prompt ;