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   Pulaski Southwest Times (Newspaper) - February 27, 1917, Pulaski, Virginia                                and NEWSREVIEW Vaf Tunber 4 THE NEWS ESTABLISHED N FEBRUARY 1917 WREVIEW ESTABLISHED Single Copy 2 Cents OF PITS mm MM Personals and Short Para of Lbcal MONUMENT SITE In connection with the erection of the Confederate one of the paramount these one of those interested In seeing this tribute t r Iulaski countys gallant Confederates has suggested its erec tion on the square intersection of iMaln street and Washington avenue H is argued that vhis point would be Southern Hallway Company most central and at a point where just announced that new steel ever one coming into the city would hfi placed in trains seo it and that is just what Pulaski coaches be placed 26 and 26 and 41 and the for it Is proposed to erect a fast tralna which are diverted over shaft which will not only be a tribute the Norfolk and Western from to tho valorous deeds of the men who Lynchburg to Tho company wore the gray but such a tribute has just received new 1ullmans as one in the county will lie from the company to be used in fast proud to have had a part Gives President Authority and Suggests Bond conferences wltM Democratic and publiean Chairman of cabin i n the House foreign affairs membei i introduced late today a bill the Im iinr riesirlent to arm merchant r ships and use such other i lalitios as to protect them the v ii the hiLh and providing 1or a mania Six Among Cabin Passen gers and Ten in February six of whom were paid WBEmLE NEBS February age who was died at the home of his nt an early hour this fun cnil sorvico will bo conducted the homo of on af ternoon nt three Interment will bo in HoKast Knd Hi ts survivor the following children Diaries of Was a Sister of Woodrow Matthew sister of Wood Frank of Va I row died at thi9 were rn board I out of afternoon following an operation for inrr from New and J Morris of DIES III UNDUE iv I i for Liverpool with j Wythev Mr was born in Maurvs death was aa crew of 2 1 when Ocrnia ny on November and she harl not bren but a emigrated to rnitd States wheiijThe deceaserl was the second daugll They are the very latest deI The idea of erecting it on the st root Mocia I bond issne of The bill was referred to the corn signing in Pullman car construction square is one which lias just will enhance the beauty of In connection with the movmem j will meet tomorrow line to funds the only place pi ev uu s mm n i HL to consider At the same ly suggested has been the court house 11 Senate foreign rela t Ions i The proposed change of nut will consider the serve to stimulate int i si dnt tentative draft of a r pa i through The Thursday Club will meet this week with Williarn iMacgill tlon wl at oclock and suggests there might In a not he nn a i submitted by Chairman an ne a H i i on federa ter of the hite arid 1 h 1 was officiallv re having been m r of the Wythe Miam of Sh0 Liverpool of tlic fliays oonVfi in S ii wa 11 I was horn in county 51 yearS in winch lie in April 1 s ol Amrir in was iit miiiher of his corn Tho fumial service will be held addresses as wounlid ai the first battle Tuesday afternoon at nd contii iipd in Pun on Thursday afternoon i Ail members having books which j point for its erection other than m liaio been out for two weeks will the court house return them at this meet and other things will help to more or less coneoa1 it is While the of the base has not been de Text of I u He t nitd jjr I ha e t i a for he r Miss after spending xt of the Flood bill follows Mi 11 iiiacted by the Senate and air i I 11 i it f rsr who rui is rela 11 vcs in une da vs left Mon ij two weeks in the Baltimoie and New term il is ha t it will not YQk millinery returned so larne as to materially interfere mbl teroay and will arrange for her spr During her absence she visit drivei od iior brother at of the tnit of America ill Congress as loi That the President of the A St rounding the states anil hereby au alieady become a o ll01 1 ind empowered to supply I Baker and of tin pe section of Drapers were visitors in the cit on Mon They to in aiilomilde fur intrlon t alend the inauguration i via the Valley of I i r K n bv M i y 1 he i M i I lh I I lounding IIHI cha n l Hie property of I veiv of the silent Pnitel States and bearing America d b the iimmittee on location i eg isi i with defensive arms should V it m Ins judgment become necessary signeil m for him to do and also with thej Th a i oinrs to selert t i ammunition and means of vviio I tike tie iiuakintr use of tlieni in defense others l i m of I KIIS I I IM IS a unlawful attack and that he pi i ed or l i to a pp hi and he is hereby a and the u Maul left u 11 erod t r employ such other noon fur Koanoke carrying i M i and methods as may office to leave Thurs Intel mint will be in Ever green oemeteiv Although no word had been r ceived at a late hour it is expected that all mem bers of the family will arrive at an early hour Of Maurvs death was received at the white house The funeral probably will M Lome ateri n LT a f w dt st of I arr lias ri i r n attll SJionlini a lew iv and is t h r i 11 r east Kinlfoid both had to await IK of the ml JV rs I M Pobst vvlnle descend stairway at tin home of lor th tram Frank his judgment and discretion yostorj also carrying a gnu fell and fractured her left the writ She is getting a loim bange of During the wait the two very much got mixpeaceful pursuits on the high ed up and as a result Hunt carried tu Section The in of one hn the one which Frank Stone million dollais is hereby aplearned at the ollbe of the tin luent s j u sa ry and adequate to protect Thcv ships and the r of the iliiitril States ill their lawful and H c While I i r the ca I I i i Id under Several members of jthe famiv left for Koanoke February M i s Matthew in ere in Monday was the sister Woodrow The report reach ing Wythev is that she died follow ig an for was born in Bedford occupied as a po ollice iscounts rind removed to novated vvil1 be oiru Wv i with her at an early win re she lived until her in She was edu cated at the Institute in Wytheville Siio is survived hv her Mrs William H her Mrs Wood row Hunter Gait Ti the last of r he w a ss t rip to i 111 The ore room on M nn Street pool Johnson ntM n erks t Sunday to West body of 1 T kit who at Tinn Saturilay brought to Sunday Douglas son of IV of Drapers was taken lo jtoanoke last night for an opera tion for Pain ter accompanying The Dupiiy a f ter a unty for left Pulaski and likewise jearried to the one which Hunt left The mistake was not discovered until each man reached his destination and thought to extract so mo weaHnp fipTSTel there to his former parishioners consoled himself pers returned this niorn with the fact he had the other mans grip ami the other man had yet treasury not otherwise appropriated to the pimeipal commodiies d and taken to ML nt onrla M u Hrirr of I nnd Miss all of be expended by the President of tin ne thousand bars of ill Wvt I lilted States for the purposes herein bushels of bal I and thr following Kolfe of New the guest William Archer of and Messrs Randolph the said sum to be available boxes of fresh The of Dodgion Boiling and until the 1st day of nineteen IOMS of sluii casiiigs and other warwho is critically ill at her home allof Was hundred and eighteenami the Presi and tons of coiitinms about the dent is authorized to transfer so nine I H was positively stated by officials Huff is contiiu d to her thereof as he may deem necessarv to f the line that theie were no home bv Matthew Maury and the bureau of war risk ere plosives on ated by act of ongress I Iri t his home at the tailoring expert v pends intervals with Steg mi siatkme soimellKw I i iiloring morning to fill an i left n in either grip against loss lulled Stales and madian ma each knew he could not have llllll present risks of wa iraham Itobinson morning for Washington Spillcr of on ninth greater mistake nmght have ember for the pm pose of in In to eTrgo and llider who I 1 but any way in that there their the lined to his home some ppe is out sacks of ho been tians of i Anne Boiling Maury Lucy Gertrude of ndinr in survive After her marriage to thiv for some years at Max raltimore for a visit to friends to attend the vV H Thompson and John Unfonl been business visit the victim of a tlimtlam gann purpose of fcircil an liner Snulay in by Meadow in after Ann 1st tlie family re September 1916 I i from Ipon their return home the meeting the expenditures herein au means of rominu n lea t ion Ihoi d the Secretaiv of t InTreasury ll 1 g rips st i a ighten hero today from and Caddall of are hero for a visit to 1lclts spent last night in the city On her return to her home nt and of and ill was edit of the Inilid Slates and of is i sue for bonds of the Fnit not execednm in the aggre f JMH a nd losuch terms on which a demonstration eond it ions as the Secietary of the Tli i sda y may prcMiibe and to bear on boa id passengr a I ujg on the i i i a 1 i n Lr alter luun N lo Kotj Inited Presi 11 N 1Vlmiarv the K v ndams inUinir of Ijaconia Ilie d top ITKCII place tlie family V jiJfa Hiown has Was armed mount a Ship torpedo have been noted vis tors in the oil th has been fixed as a not her in at the rai not uxceeding and Thoma of This will be h bomls shall be sohf not havr1 been v tors in town ust H This exlnbi irlatinu acl that all citil h Neelvwas a visitor flllil wi Pvedwell spending Alondav in llln 11 unit v to senbe then but no com mission MM1 I near Dublin In this orchard cveiv hall or paid thereon that obir common piiiicipil and interest shall biu1l of de I11 valde ill t nited Stales gold coin ofx11 Vl Kom rom Cuv ughoii the Blue Creameiv He vviil take jot lives is looked management t of April This ft clearout iolation of an riglitsa most small ne u to an nutliorjlaliviexprc 1 la nt the illusion olitaiiKMl after a Iw for ind with tvvu rnVidont Wilson and them for no op luit No furllKr several years of of the Ijironiii inkinu 1 trade for vvill IMiiiutli the I nited Slatr M who n Iulaski Mb p morrow and whether liii v I v up his will IH lir puidiaso his S Whitaker and Tickle have bc n visitors here from look ing after 1 of Bluff 1 been a visitor here looking af business a IT a e e r m 111 ion In I h is orcha rd ev ei v v a i v of I t a I i s e c t a u I 111 t Coiituiiiid four Pulaski Steam Laundry Highgrade Work Modern Equipment Special Rates given on Family Finished Work Rough Dry 5c per Includes All Flat Work Ironed Wet Wash 25 Ibs for 50c Two Three v rdopnoiii found so that prisin standard of and ii altoids i l opport ii exempt fiom all taxation and mtv Tor Pi i r Slates as well a t1 nil u row er in the i iau I v n 111 d i x a 11 o 11 i n i n v f r i r m o f a 11 St a t avail of i unit v mumcipa I or authorities that CliHv him v a higher rate of rs I t of as we hi inier Ihaii cent per a s rhpa t nidi i est in a vral Imm an in tin l unv bond hall be issued l1 Ths is the fniied a havu had the up poi nn t Hnee i ul per annum bv a demonstralion and HHV ol on or he act then In v IP d M ii b in A 11 e n w I he CMvv of I h I ti i 1 Mrs i i i iitinfmi hen he takes it 1 i P I P I LafOQ have been among n L from P s1 i r la i w t i member to be in l liuina L I oi riiic im SK i IK IUi IN Snapp who ha been cated at Va has npr n ed in Iulaski i illice build iug I r Sntipp is a graduate of I he i i1 School at Missouri and had special training in the i ol i isteopathic Physicians and Sur of 1 alifoi II is a Iwother of late of and is well known to inanv peoidn Snnpp will move fa mils hero in the early wheiv they mean to miiku their future home ted with r I i I or a ny eon of m i u Continued on uiff four SUBSCUIBK FQil THE ELKS THEATRE III II I 1 Hlh tpioile m a of lln laimli ami I KIN Ml I It Crime Iv v WEATHER I OK VTKCI IVfere you start to bake that make sure you have the kind of flavoring extract you kind the family likes the Our stock is complete a n d compnses the best known and purest Quality Dr of has been a visitor ia cii We close at o p every day except Satur Howard Grocer Phone 10   

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