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Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1917, Greenville, Mississippi NWti TIMES PRINTS THE NialVS WHILE ITS Nfi i RUSSIAN WANTS AMJJRIOANS IN RUSSLA I DQlANiANS l litFighting on Western Many Airplanes Are llrougfht and By Associated Whatever the military develop ments on the Belgian battle so lias in any infant ly movements of special destruction of air trait yesler day heavy on both 30 Ger and 13 British machines being rsiraht Violent Artillery Duels in the Aisne and Verdun July Last night there were violent artillery duels in the and Verdun the preuch war office says The German surprise attacks at various jxrints on til efronls were Six Villages Taken by Roumanian July Six Tillage Were taken in another advance by pant the Roumanian ac cording to an official statement from the Roumanian war office The villages occupied are iCalasaresi and Only Encounters Ketwpen for small encounters between tho Brit ish and German near Bulle conrt and last there is notlhing to report from the Brit ish front in Russian Cabinet Is July r the reconstruction of the cabinet las been delayed becatise of coitdi ions raised by nonsocialist parties lad the departure Of Premicr Keren ky for the The premier has that tlhe cabinet shall ibe lomprised of la or 1C all if equal Eussiun General Wants American in San pres ence of American troops on the east ern front would be fatal to the Ger mans according to General chief of the Russian military who is here If America would send men to Russia slic woulfl furnish army that would be the nucleus of a vussian army of amillion that may O grouped with fatal results to Iho he Horniloff Executing Deserters by July A norrespond ent of the Times at the Russian southwest after de desertion and panic Russian says that Kornilotfs measures agaimt Indiscipline are and lie is executing deserters the whole FOR SALE Five Cole Touring equipped with four new tires and in perfect running Cheap for Greenville Transfer POSITIVELY Out of Business Will Sell Remaining at Cost foV STANDARD SEWING MACHINES src 2 Iron 1 Standing 1 Office 2 Revolving Office 1 Revolving Office HAMBLEN 225 Phone E T THE P EDISON DIAMOND DISC Phonographs j VICTOR VIOTROLAS Mt WI I Jicaf British Stejuncr Torpedoed niul July British miser of tons ca was torpedoed and ac ording to the British admiralty to PROHIBITION IN THE SENATE TODAY Vote on National Proliibltion to BeTaken in Senate on Wednes By Associated JuJy prohibition came before the senate today and tiifc forces are under agree ment to vote on the mailer Wednes AND VEGETABLES Much Fruit and ATegetables Will Go to Waste Unless tary Houston Issues By Associated July from t24 states showing an enormous of fruit and threatened witli prompted tho issuance of statement by Secretary Hous to n tod u rgi n g t he ct u n try to save tlhe product by pre The Ktiitss particularly affected in cluded North Tennessee and 1HE HIT DEMOCRATTIMES NEGRO SOLDIERS GIVE TROUBLE AT WACO erinan Troons Advancing in Bulto July troops ire advancing through the Suchawa valley into towards the east upper Moldovia accord to the Berlin announcement to MISSISSIPPI LAMBS TOP MARKET IYuni iuiiioo Hells Moore of had a car of 110 head il lambs on the market These ambs were Mississippi bred and and were ol very good 0 head ol them commanding cr the top of todays lemonstrating the possibilities of Mississippi in the raising of shenp Stock Yards July The Democrat has purchased from the Citizens Bank the physical fixtures and name of The Greenville The building occupiod by The Times was not included in the neither were aay accounts due or any contracts existing with the Times newspaper and printing nor The Democrat any of the liaibiiitles of The Times in any The additional machinery and type purchased is being removed into Tim Democrat Imihtings and the word Times is added to hit name of Tm making Hie head read The Daily The additional machinery and type secured will add materially to the facilities of The DemocratTimes office for turning newspapers and all Masses of job The obligation assumed by the management of The DemocratTimes is a heavy one and can only be met by receiving the United sunport or Un people of Greenville and Greenvilles Another obligation is assumed by the of improving the paper mid making it as near as every requirement of the yeople of this Such is our purpose and to this end wo ask the co operation of We want to print the an hour so as to make the mails on the afternoon and tails can be done only by our advertisers ami those with items or contributions fcr the days issue to have their in office by I oclock on date ot While paper and oventhing used in a printing office has advanced heavily in price it is the purpose of The DemocratTimes to maintain the jjrtsenl siiNcription price of a if possible to do which lower than any other daily newspaper in the state with the Associated Tress or other telegraphic news And one oilier obligation is assumed by The thai of doing all within its power to aid Greenville and the in every gu materially and At the present cost of production there is room for only one real news paper in and we hope to make The DemocratTimes completely field and meet every demand of both the reading public and the FourKWn Nogro of the Twentyfourth Infantry Clash WlHi Hqnod of Policemen and Sol By Associated July pro vost guard of the Twentyfourth Uni ted State inlanlry anil the local pfl liec force today are searching for a detachment of 14 of the twentyfourth in who late last night clashed with a squad of policemen and sol AVill a negro watt shot n the and Patrolmen Williams and all wblto ro injured ARE YOU IN THE FIRST DRAFT LIST On page 4 of the DemocratTimes today will be found the ofticail list of those called to the colors in the irst draft from the GreenvilleLeland district for the first army of Read the list and see your name THE PRESIDENT OPPOSES AMENDMENTS Declares His t Jinking the Administrative Board TlUec and of Creating a Corauiitteo of Congress on War By Associated July Wilson today declared again his op position to amendments to the food control bill now in for an administrative board of three in stead of and for the creation of a congressional committee on expen ditures in the conduct of the NO ATTENTION TO BE PAID MICHAEIS The State at Washington Not Impressed With tho Sincerity of German Peace In July The peace interview of the Gorman Chancellor Michaelis is regarded at the state department hero as another attenjpt to bolster up public opinion at and an appeal to the peace sentiment of enemy and neutral countries to create dissensions between the The it is will take no notice of this German ef OPEN THE 1917 CROP Open ISoIls of Cotton Received at the Office Kr6m Different Sources of Winlervlllc to The of fice todny two open liolls of cotton taken from tho plantation ot B tio cotton having opened on July This is almost a record breaker for early This morning man flRor on the Washington farm near Greenville nent In by C two ojvon bolls of cotton With tho that the cotton la of Wie Polk vatflaty ono of the toolte oTMMd on July cotton on WAR RESTRICTIONS The latest war clause in Penn Mutual policies is VERY liberal and tho extra cost is VERY It you life insurance it will be to your interest to see Woolf at Ofice Star Shoe De lighted to fully and carefully explain any to TOMORROW NIGHT William WORLD PICTURES THE STOLEN PARADISE CAST INCIjUDIXQ EDWARD LANGFOHD Directed by Harley Story by Frances V Here is romance and lite and Here is excite and thrilling incident and a smashing Here is everything goes to make a motion picture gripping and See this OTIS BEAD of lie IJIK Ansilos Tunes and a NoUsl 1111 the Inciiic SWITCHMENS STRIKE AT CHICAGO SETTLED an All ConlVicnO an Agreement Reached nnil Men Will Work n Ry Associated July strike of the vSwilclnunf of involving npore than men in the Chicago Kwitching wliich was inaug urated U Salilvilay was oll today aflrr an all iiifTht the switchmen and of the rail roads with terminals Tho men will return to work at ARMY BALLOONS FROM AVIATION SCHOOL By Associated Los July Har rison Grey Oils died here Otis was the editor and manager of ihc Los Angeles which was brought to the from a few years ago when the office was alleged to have been blown up by the AlcNamaras and other union lie was one of Hie strong men of tho Pacfiie OFFICERS AND MEN ENJOYING THEMSELVES landed Near Two Indi and Ilunied Alter By Associated July United Slates army balhmn carrying S officers and men from landed on a farm five miles south of here Advices from tho farm state that the balloon was set on firo and destroyed liullooll Airmen Lands July large comaining four from tho Bovernmeni at landed of here on Sunday Officers and Men of States Squadron Buen Made Much Unit Ill s Aires NOTICE MOST COMFORTABLE SHOE ON EARTH This IR tho World Famous HermanH Army Bal built on tho Array last in from 0 shOO giVOH JHHO to tender prevents not r o u i r o s no breaking shoo over b u i 11 for comfort anil if V t soldiers havowornthis shoo continu ously slnco the outbreak of the SpanishAmerican witli Hin vie HOO of Texas Unftcourod uppers of Tan WUlow Onlf or Box to nufl the lint of Arm Hermans Regula Army As worn in Regu lar Army JchI Bergman The Shoe Men By Associated Buenos July arid men of the visitin American squadron are still the un bounded hospitality of the people of Buenos ROAD COMMISSION HOME FROM TRIP The Washington County Road Commission cocrupopcd of Mann and Kretschmar and County Road En gineer have returned from a quick trip to southwestern where they examined gravel roads near San Antonio that hail been treated with some kind of a tar preparation that appeared to have been a The commission and engineer in spected a number of roads and be lieve they secured valuable infor mation in regard to road building that mfiv hn used to sdYiiutige in Washington Owing to the tire in the Brill V building Scott is now locat ed in the Jos Weluberg room li9tE OITV registration books to register voters in the city of Greenville will be kept open at the city hall from R until 5 every day from July until Y73w City After the show youll always find a hearty wel come at the man who appreciates your Delicious sodas and iced refresh Phone ftr THE LEAF TOBACCO HELD ON JULY 1 VULCANIZING Anto Tire RcpalrinE Free julci Echols Auto 102 Poplar PhctH ty Associated July lohjc co held by manufacturers and deal ers in the United States on July 1 j amounted to lie census bureau announced WEATHER FORECAST KOR WK1CK HKGINNINf JULY I South Atlantic and East Gulfj weather will be warm and generally widely scattered thunder showers are prob West Gulf SlatosThe wealher will be fair mid Plains Slates and Upper and Mid dle Mississippi Ilrnt part of the week will be prob ably followed by soanonablo innipor i atnrcs after Wednesday or Thurs Tho weather will be generally fair for widely scattered thun der FOR SALE OR TRADE 1UCGISTERED SPOTTKD SHETLAND MARE AND COLT SAVE AND 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