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Pulaski Southwest Times (Newspaper) - February 21, 1917, Pulaski, Virginia PREVIEW KfliABtilSfitED 1872 PITIJ mismPw r rvtjl FEBRUARY 1915 W REVIEW ESTABLISHED Single Copy 2 Cents local raU a number of oth ithe matter of an H this sub lecture was given of the Bureau of Of the American Railway at the court house there splendid attendance of railway A number of import ant points were to be gathered from the lecture as to tho proper of handling and loading explosives of every character for The purpose of tho association in this work is tOi safeguard life and prop the firm of White the contractors building the PulasklBland was among the recent the They have been worTtinjf nght along this wln such progress as weather would on the opening o f this new highway which will bring Pulaskt Bland in closer It is now expected that the road will be ready for traffic about May the lad wiho In In a burning escapade on Monday has admitted his guilt to Sheriff His case will go on to the grand which meets at the May term of the and it not likely there will be a prelimin ary hearing1 The details of the trip taken by young Williams and the buildings fir ed wero given in The Times In de tail In his confession to the officer he disclaimedany real pur pose of setting fire to the but claimed that built the fires in each case to warm his This foot warming proved rather an ex pensive experience to the property owners where he stopped to get resulting In a property loss of several thousand He also admitted that he had a hand in some of the depredations committed to properties the past several weeks he claimed that at the home of Sarah Rhoades the only part he played waw to remain out side and other boys doing tho at Amster off Frye was in the city yesterday afternoon getting some measurements ot the lot purchased by the Pulaskl National Bank in connection with the preparation of the plans for the new bank The contract for the building will be let just as soon us the plans and specifications are com Carper returned this morning from Falls where he conducted a big land and personal property The pro ceeda from the sale amounted to coqaldered Tho special Confederate committee soliciting funds for the proposed Con federate monument has been circu lating among the contributors mak ing1 There has been pledg ed about for this It is not too late yet to make contributions who since severing partnership with Wainwright has conducted a painting and ing establishment in the room In Jef ferson has moved Into the old hardware building on Washing ton to tho rear of tlc Elks The Wornans Missionary Society of the Methodist church will hold a sil ver tea Thursday night at U beginning at All are The funds go to the needs of tho church and Randolph avenue which was closed on account of damages from the passing over of a traction has been repaired and thrown open to traffic Huswell of Jacksons Fer waSVmongr the visitors passing through Pulaski yesterday going tp ISqulre Miles of was among the visitors in the city over last The of Dra pers passed through town yesterday going to Roanoke to tho Sunday School and of were noted among those In Continued on four INVESTIGATION John Shores is still held in custody pending a further Investigation of the charge of carrying of dynamite and caps in a suit A special inspec tor of tlie handling of high explosives who has here tills on business connected with his has taken up the case and reported it buok to the bureau which he rep He also went to Roanoke this morning and will confer with the United States district attorney con cerning the The case of dyna mite has been stored in a local ma gazine for safety SEXATOK SHERMANS OPINION OP St J FARMERS By United Press Senator of born and raised on a does not think much of the government agricultural He said so during of the agri Scientific tanners more about ward politics than they do about said If they attempted to put into practice their scientific farmincr stunts they would starve to death in 12 Ill bet ninety per cent of them dont know hard cider from Icreek They would know a Jersey cow only if she Introduced STAltS IN TOlRNAMKNT AT ben Bush and Nelson of Now Orleans Bob Jones and Perry of and other golC1 notables will participate in the an nual invitation ment of the Houston Country which opened Several Chica go and Jjouls business who are spending the winter in the south also havo A special event has been arranged for soulhpay The tournament will last three Is dam correspondent fvto ttBVe delivered to the foreign mln ister a rdqlielst for a7 clear and final definition of atti tude regarding sliiJimarlne Warfare Tho Amsterdam dlBpaitch says thstt according to a telegram from Vien na Penfleld hahaed an aide me moiro today to tne foreign minister requesting clear and final infdrma lion as to what standpoint the Aus trollungarian government has as sumed regarding submarine whether the assurances given On i he occasion of the Ancona and Per incidents are to be regarded as changed or Tli o foreign the dispatch will submit the aide memoire to a thorough examination and then will make a of Aide Following is the of the aide memoire as forwarded by Reuters Amsterdam correspondent In note number of Decem ber the American govern ment laid down the points Of view whereby it was guided regarding the activity of submarines in naval war These points of view were on an earlier occasion clearly expressed to the German and the 1nited States was of the opinion that the AustroHungarlan government was acquainted there The AustroHungarian govern ment replied with note number of December wherein it dared it had neither adequate of the exchange of ideas which had taken place between the United States and nor was of the opinion that even complete knowl edge would suffice for judgment in regard to the Ancona as the NOT Mil President Considers Omit ting Old Wilson is considering breaking anotlur precedent of more than a hundred veirs standing by ncrt calling tho r Msiomary special session of the serial i iiiiiiiediiitely at the beginning of mur 4 fall d i s a i i the p lire A od an the v Tie i an M time The senate I JK is tile t he a ppointments j a ti d ot h legislate to there would thn body from roina i n loner as it pleased and any The ing at the capitol today i a situation was to be Aluuulou Abandonment of the sion would do away witli tin ceremony of inaugurating the in the senate churn questions arising from this incidents1 tne formal ceremonies March Nevertheless the AtistroHungari an foreign ministry declared in not number of December 21 As regards the principle set up mural already upset by tho fact that March n a may bo further by the abandonment of which in meas ild change entirely the meth I enmonies of inaugurating e pi1 sidents as under a the in to avoid a session of the senate unless aordiniiry session of the whole ss is necessary the same called in special to confirm eabmrt members would be powerless to any purpose but notliinir prevent session CIRCUIT COURT EXPECTED SOON Judging from the rapid progress al ready made in preparation for the mustering the Second Virginia which arrived in Richmond from the border on officers of the regiment predict that accounts will be closed and the men started toward their homes by Thursday or If tho estimate Is correct the Second will heat the First Regi ment at tho mustering out game by Judge handed dowa Decision in WebbLaughofl Case Handed Judge sitting at three a this morningIn the Largely accountable for the rapid cult court in which more Or progress made by the regiment is the terest has been developed fact that practically all the men un an injunction the cause derwent tho required physical versus Walter I nation while waiting for trains to court heard on the motion carry them home from the Only those who were ill or suffered accident on the journey have again passed before the The work of checkmsr up property and inspect ing equipment is proceeding The musti rinir out is under the di the following officers of rection the United Stales Army Colonel Ed warti Colonel Francis a plain Alfred lieutenant Jungstedt and I fa issing i stand i MICh iOS tenant 250 MILKS OF ORANGES AT THK ORANGE illy 1nited Press SAX V president the presence the d preme court and other dignitaries would eliminate exactly onehalf the official ceremony of inauguration VicePresident Marshall pointed out today that under the constitution in of both houses of eon domatic tlie su I of of those attackerl the National Orange show at the beginning of its second day here today and figured that if every orange in the show were lined up they would reach 250 He also I figured that the canvas in the tents clothe women in duck And just by way of diver sion be totted up the of twine useu to weave the million 192 BIBLE PRKSKNTATION ho could take the outh of ottirc and file notice with the secretary of the Bright Star Council Sons and Daughters of liberty will present to the high school a Rible at a special exercise to be held Thursday even senate any time before March and I if he take anotheroath i ing at oclock at the elementary Wilson The programme which is announced for this occasion so far as is what he will do Music Miss about taking an oath of office i SOI11C i By number of December before the public ceremonies on presentation of March Secretary the very esteemed note that enemy i has advised him that it would Acceptance on behalf of oath by lee or offer should not be 4 and then take it again at Son private provided they do not proper to take the destroyed before the passengers are placed in tho AustroHungari an government is in a position to as sent in the main to this view of tho Washington The Pvislu the on the occasion of the of the steamer Persia in Jan declared that although not informed regarding it would be guided by the principles whereto it agreed in the Ancona af should events prove that respon sibility falls on AustriaHungary in this Simultaneously with the communi the public There were I Father of iiur somo indications that the president might decide not to take any oath at all until March That would leave an strictly durinir wl would bo without h the country TO ATTEND FATHERS IlXERATi president but there is precedent for such Former March fell on a Sunday in t 1821 when 1resideiyt Spence second ui the advice of Chief Justice Marsha took no oath until I President Ta v precedent There i in 1 x alsn ni to li ELKS THEATRE In which Furnuin Is fctUiircd as AMKIUCAX TOlKISTS SPKNT 100 MIMJON A YKAR IN FKAXCK BKlXUK WAR I liy I nit ed Press Hy Mail While Americans have left an average of If annually in France seek ing they have only contri buted about since the war for tho benelH of French wounded and This statement is made today by the American Relief House In an appeal to Americans for more funds and to carry on the In a pamphlet just Issued the Relief organization harks back to the A me rflijanrevolution when money advanc ed by France practically saved tin American government from disrup At the beginning of In Kv Gttntlnental dollar was worth two a bushel of corn and a suit of clothes Attorney Wirt of Blacks has been in tho city on pro business and visiting rela A pwrmnount returned noon to his Ijqrne cation from tho Cerman government the oath prior on the tenth of tho Hayes took It on AustroHuriKarian government dej immediately aftei the dared that every merchant ship of the conclusion of tin i for whatever purpose was contest with Tilden armed with a gun forfeits by this cir There was no cumstance alone the character of a President Wilsons plan n peaceful that in considhouse but oration of these circumstances thetion leaders at the Will and Kelley left Tues day afternoon for Toms Creek to entered his tne funeral of their the George who died Mon following an illness of several The deceased was 7S years of afce and is survived by his three daughters and seven lie resided at one time at Foster Falls President Monroe owing Mon tliis tor takiiir I resident i Saturdav nlorablc circumstances the tion leaders AustroHungarian naval forces had ed to be thai received orders to treat such a ves sels as In conformity with this ships whereon were American citizens wero sunk in the presumably by troHungarhiii Some of these for the English steamer Welsh were torpedo ej without warning by a submarine under the A iiatro11 ungurian Tho American ambassador at Vienna r nested information regarding these but thus far has received no Would Prevent At ho same time as the German declaration of January described ccitam portions of the sea off the of i ho entente coun tries as exposed to danger from sub made known I hat Austria HuiiKiirv and her as from Feb ruurv would pi with all avail luppinK within tho de fined barred area From I ho fon KOMIK it can be tjon cUiilcd that the assurance given on the occuwlon of tinAncona case ahd renewed on tho occasion of the disus n of the Persia ruso is In ail ma Continued on page Continued u men of lie lute ij 1111 n ist ra seelll four ter Webb to nullify the of the commissioners who had tised a sale of his Webb property in the Town of Pulaskiv An injunction had viousfly granted by of the corporation court of enjoining the Attorneys Draper from proceeding to advertisei oriSefl under former decree of said injunction to expire tfn being tha first day Of ent term of the circuit tinned their advertisement and the court to allow them to said property today The ter asked the the proceedings of the ers looking to a sale further hear the cause report of property and first day of this term and to the injunction to cover tiny ltei the said commissioners under fc er Judge after hearing argument took the under advisement and this mornll handed down a decree in whicbjf refnsed to enlarge the also nullified the former proc of the commissioners lookit sale of the said property refused to let auch sale decree was entered in the ascertain the property the oh i 20 days frbnF oft court in which to pay In default of such tn of all of the property now owhje he defendant situate in was decreed such after 30 days such notice duly Amomr the orders which entered are Commonwealth versus The defendant i Deen sent on by a justice an indictment for unlawfully liciously cutting and CARD OF bavins been confined in 1 unable to give the co with the consent of the declines to prosecute further We wish to thank our for their kindness shown us the illness and deatli of mi little and Before you start to bake that make sure you havethe kind of flavoring extract you kind the family likes the Our stock is complete and comprises t h e best known and purest quality We close at 6 p every day except Satur Howard Grocer Phone 10 KIM IK i My I n 11 11 I i i thousand here todav for tho tenth annual meeting of the National Societx for the Promotion of Industrial The dele pates represented every purl of the Iniud States and Southern Indiana surveys for vocational edu cation by the State Hoard of Public Instruction will be the main topic Keport will be made surveys conducted in several Indiana cities and the advocates of system will show how schools in ibis State are meeting reuu it t nicni in prepare for vocational education Secretary of Commerc prudent of tlu talk on tho Smith I lushes lu has passed the Senate before tho Tlie bill an appropriation for I In Of vocational defendant was Sim alt and Jones J were trained the privilege of soft drinks at their of business Jacob adnunisttt ni Keint Association of 1 c Cause docketed tin iied Commonwealth versus Commonwealth versus Wv Turner Commonwealth versus liurton wealth versus each upon a warrant for lug ardent spirits in a public The conuiionwcalth and the lint in each ease appeared nnd commonwealth waiving all as the pi esi illation of siiid or the offences and rand ju i for further consent to he said ants pleading L u 111 v lo said the defendant in each with of WEATHER Partly doiuly tonight and Thursday so what KriuSt of Is visiting her fallui and other m
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