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   Washington Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1918, Washington, Indiana                                DAILY INDIA fii M An ie5 Make Qai EVENING JULY APTruK rOIMY IX STORM ATTACK C1X MAKXK FRONT Or mSKlfTO ROME Slroit FiglitinK in Calm on Amrri ran By Frank Cable FtiHher gains hiive been made by tlir allies on ncjrly all of the frontduring the last lucntyfonr Briefly they may as follows Iicanly TiirBritish improved their Millions east of YilleisItreton neuv extending tbeir Mnme Thr French raptured the village of Corry In a storm Austria luis caused crop STItKKT IX rROGKKSS IX July livrcn tlie counter revolutionaries and and the llolslieviki is in pruxrfcs in CXARN SOX MlKDKKKI IIV HOISHKVIKI July uf former Cauir was iiurdered by altolshcvikl u said an Kxcbiuige Tel dispatch friini Copenhagen fu QIIKT ox SKCTORS July Decreas s In nil sectors held hy inn irnn triMps is noted in enenil efsliiim cfiinmunique made public tis mois e and wheat to HERAXD International News Senfev VOLUME XHINUMBER I001 DIRlClTOIt KKVISKS KlLES AS KKSlLT OF COJIILAIXTS BULLETIN IS ISSUED Iolnls Out That TenCent Margin ported Is Beyond Until crnnient ture Wheat content will not sell at a very heavy farmer should not th If he does heavier discounts t Profiteering The elevator men under their obey governmentinfection They have no The United States G has made It absolu positive that no pro permitted In handli The administratio profiteering as the ta rr profit on was normallyri plain and fie s defined of a great on such changes In rules for han ralns were promulgated by federal fopd administra tor for after Information had been laid before the state coun of defense that grain dealers and transactions before The ex penses of handling jerain of much greaterthin before the war and the be legitimately increased o meft such extra The food administration of Indi ana does not undertake to say that ents or cents per Jiushel for ban ling wheat is We have ad complaints that margins as high si cents per iuiihel have leen have no hesitancy In say ing that It is ourjudsment that the government would consider this mar gin aa and any dealer taking such toll is liable to have his license c IX ArciDKXT The month of June able to practically all unfavor OatB AMKS COMMISSION TO KIXilSTKK SOMHKRS July Hlrich this afternoon named the bipartisan commission which will res ister all Indiana sohlier votes at training The commission in cJudes tno Thonms Hoj of and Fred of I iiillers have been guilty of profiteer wus herelast night anounc frost on the morntn of the Th and two j ing in the prices they charge for le lcatl1 of Bruce Cultner of frost was only se Fnil Fwing of and htncliing and in an aeroplane ac rions to crops in muck cround and July MONTH OF JlXK WAS IXFAVOIS TO ALL ttlEIGE IS LESS A IHtV Washington is not a dry n or at least was Lot at morninp hour the unadulterated concoc tion was liht with the same bit of foani as of workmen u enremov ing the furniture from the Meredith hotel har a colci bottle was found m cor ner and was soon finished by a Probably cither will be found during similar at least some are praying that a HI of tlie wholesome be Fiosf Klrlil Agent W Only Serious o Crops In anil and tile fruit crops probably suffered more than the although corn and vegetables suffered materially message from the war department i from drouth early In the month ami of DISASTKi Thr action of Barnard followed I cidem at Xo partlc extremely a conference Governor ulars were He was a son of and other Insects did soroe damag chairman of the ilvw agent of the Pennsyl the while smut and rust weevil to m tnited States the July forecast is bushels compared with 7 bushels for last The potato forecast for Indiana is bushels compared with bushels for last year For the 1nited States it is bushels compared with 1 bushels last year The sweet potato forecast for In dlana Is I 0 c bushels compared with ror For theInitecl it is bushels cnmpared with I 11 last ycar I The tobacco forecast for is pounds compared with ox sr JIVKX STATK KOIHI ALLOTMENT FOR CANNING IJmltiitlons PImed rjKin Com moflity in Order to Protect the state council of defense Bar1vania ncs at He enlisted to ie the principal agencies In the July first inlnnrd and Reynolds and takimr nearby Rround and leatinR flip northern wing of the German sal ieiit that has its apex at Itallcan In Virnch nnd Italian troops Imve acl vnnced in thp Devoll illicl Semen val occupying high srouml of On the Itnliim front there broil minor artillery KERRXSKY TO DISPATCH SAYS July mier of Is evnerted In Rome nt the end of this Kalian embassy dispatches said to into tinColumbia will of Harry of whose members of the state At the meeting of the council yes1 terclay it developed that grain In the radio division of the aviation oats deterioration serMce only a few corn indjana Nwly reoveid in Peoria county ers and millers have beni chargln1 of sniilrorK nnd Ixial prices for handling and storage of FRKXCH TO July celebra sllshtly less than a year acres compared being with olliciuls have Ifeen S acres last and shows a condition figure of si per cent sraln which were considered exorbib1 tion tlle French Bastlle day in Vin forecasting a production of jtant by the members of tlle I rcnre8 on H vrli be in charge combat this practice ami to giveiof the natar A committee has I farmers and grain dealers a clear unlleen to a suitable bushels Tlle derstandlng of the wheat j j 1 for the UnUed States Is a conference was called for the aft per cent clover Inn per cent per per cent pa mo bushels for the state compared n per sraln sorghun T per Held i7 per cent field 1 pounds last jcar Kor the Inited tSaies it Is pounds compared with pounds last year The for Indiana crops upon which no production fore cast Is made at Is as fol lows Timothy sr with last years of Idem Hilon this afternoon ipM1ntJon extending nnttiV Jnnjcrnoontat whlclii time It was decided the time In to rescind all previous orders and to line rnflroads might IKturned bark issue new uushels tjompared with husbeU The winter wheat forecast for In per p per cent li pe per cent to Iheir 1XCRFASE RKtxmM Itcjiilations The following statement of regulaters at the Hotel Severin today from tions was prepared by I W1 H national repifHiriin celwd at republican state headquar x J i ii per cent ss per or cent sorghum per CHOP IX AUSTRIA REPOIJTKI July reports of food shortness in Austria rcHched here this aftornorn from Ital ian Severe cold weather in July which will be sen to all of the was to the effect that pros per Increases in the wages of valor men in the state I poets for a republican victory In No tieet ejir eonductors and motormen j of Ine reguiatiolls ln on VCmber arc and that de al over the nation will rerom handlln last years crop have been Isplte the party organization I mended ly the wur labor it and in their stead a fallen during tho last few months was lennied this compared with bushels for June and bushels for last For the Cnitrd States the forecast Is bushels compared with n bushels last The oats forecast for Indiana Is M per cent per li per ent cent sugar per broom per welsht per 7 potincls cent black Local housewives have read the va rious changes in the sugar restric tions which havi been made from litre to time and will be interested In the following explanation which coiiies from the office of the state food Several points about which some misunderstanding has are cleared The rules for all classes of users and dealers follow far ordinary domestic Consumption and but ex cludin preserving and canning su sar ip purchased on n three pound per capita per month For example a family of five may pur chase pounds In one month and no Sugar may be bought only In twopound amounts for peo ple of the city and in tlve pound al lotments by people livinj in the conn No certificate is CANXIXO AND PRESERVING for canning and must be secured on certificate signed by the county food Certificates for sugar up to twenty hvis pounds may be If more sugar is needed additional certificates may be but In no event will more than HID pounds of sugar be x per MKKTIXO TO UK AT Julv The and very simple rules only are necessary Ibecause of the sweeping victory bushels for July compared to handling of Jed Wilson the republici wllh bushels fcr June wheat Isfixed by thelnited States i ans are to Ter a stronger Bushels for last Fpr the ITnited States the July fore cast Is bushels com ArTOMOIULK TrilXS OVKI DOWN STKKP grain under authority battle this fall than given by act of This SATURDAY JUNE 13th One Day Only CHOICE of any Hat in i he store SATURDAY ROBERSON U7 East fixed for this at present is i county democrats are maktng prep delivered In the at arations for the state meeting which i For 2 wheat a discount j will be held July 3 cents is For wheat event will be held at Harmonle discount of 7 cents from 1 wheat is Lower qualities and I samnlc wheat sell at discount ac to I The prevailing opinion that a T Tldefiijile price has been fixed which dealers shall pay and at which farmers must sell is such authority as to fixing prices Is given j to any Grain dealers can pay farmers any price they H Is or more a Owners of wheat can sail i and ship to any point with1 lout consent of the Orarn dealers are not allowed to store nnd hold wheat In their eleva tors for a period longer thirty idaye without the consent of the food Grain dealers must buy wheat on eovernmcnt These sold to one Sugar for can nine is limited to fifteen pounds per capita per A family of flve is limited to seventyfive pounds for the The certificate secured from the county administrator should be taicn to the grocer where you trade and the sugar may are entitled to ex sucar when you have In this abse tlie extra need for sugar on a nlnetv meal per threei j pound If three persons come TONIGHT HELEN HOLMES jpnred with bushels last bile in which they bottoninMe Miss burl When iocs Escapins unhurt after an automojto vour home and stay for IX A telegram has been re I ceived by Amanda Per Ninth and east Van Trees widow of Abra bam announcing the death at of her Isaac whose maiden name was left Daviess J4 county forty or more years She was a sister of the late Green In HICJH VOLTAGE Sixth dnipter of the Lost Shorty Hamilton in the Slh Shorty tfajis the Also Screen Telegram The rye forecast forIndiana Is bushels for July compared j while more lenient than those under wheat has heretofore been to Introduce one new and i important that of the mols 1 with bushels for June and bushels for last For the Inited Plates the Jgly forecast is bushels compared with last The hay forecast for Indiana Is for July compared with tons for June and tons for last For the United States the July forecast j is ions compared with tons for June and SIMONS LAWN Glvcn on Church irounds States the July forecast ls tons compared with rldlng turned each will eat thirty Thin will entitle you to three additional I rounds other than what you are en titled for family HOTRLS AND i IIOAUDLV estab wer up down a tenfoot em bankment six miles north of the city on the Pliilnvllle the experi ence of Miss Annex Keller and her brotherlnlnw The accident occured lishment thatfeeds twahtyflve or when the car attempted to pass should basesugar pljrj around a wpgon and struck deep Pr t51fr Hpipound If in the course of tie mind It skidded when the driver j 1 sii meals are served yon are tried to steer It out of the sand to two pounds of rolled down the turnj natOB milst secured from thc ministration of with omcM in the basement of the state Makers are entitled to purchase sugar to the amount of seventy lief of the sugar used In month of or seventy per the average consumption suzar for jlng over on the which Other parts of I were was de1 I the car XKW BAXK Wednesday Thursday and Friday Evenings Kiirlir Thursilay Afternoon at KVKRYBOBV 000 tons last The barley forecastfor Indiana IP bushels for with husheds and July The August and Septewberof detail 0 oeiatl Farmers Savings and Trust the informntlon of your con a Brown county bankliiK has are sunplled by the countr been absorbed by the Xashville Statolfoo1 and when filled after only a few months to tha i j food administration for the secnrlns It was announced here today TONIGHT COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN bushelslast InthSelzwick Select feature Girl The Washington Cloak suit Store J The Best Place to Shop After All A f JULY aEARANGE SALE and Millinery The Washington Cloak S Suit store 4 The Best Place to Shop After All i j H   

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