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Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1917, Greenville, Mississippi T W A A A XVUUNESDA AUGUST COTTON CONSUMPTION IN FOR JULY WILL TAKE OVER THE COUNTRYS GRAIN Ilureuu Announces A OorPoratlon With Call Itnl Ownoil by Goicrnmcnt Will Control lie Griiin Products at the By Associated the TROOPS ARE BIT KING GEORGE BRITISH PBOGRESS Austrian Ships at Shanghai Taken Over by Emperor Nicholas Is Removed to Amother r By Associated line British and French returned to the attack in northern France and Bfllgitun last the German stronghold northwest of was stormed by the Tk attacks were made on a yard General Haig reported that satisfactory progress was made tit all iTie Frencai attack was made near Uie coast in thevicinity of wiere good was Important Capture Is Hill BritiECa Front in rThe capture of Hill 78 near by tie Canadians today ranks in im portance with the biggest military aferations of the Germans believed the position A wide territory is dominated toy this American Troops March Through NINJBTYF1V1D HEARD TUKSUAY TEN WERE EXCUSED YESTERDAY The Iiucal Washington County liuurd 1 Has Certified the Pull yimla for Grconvllleljeland It is much easier to get a marriage license nowadays than it is to get your final discharge from the local exemption declares a number of the men whose claims for exemp tion have and yet yester day ten men were discharged or Tho board was in executive ses sion yesterday afternoon and exam ined 115 of which 10 were ex cused and 65 certified to the district beard at according to the present the men so cer tified will be subject to call at So far only Joseph Oulet ta and have been dis satisfied with the boards findings Bales and Bales of llnters Used in American Factories for j i Rf Associated cotton consumption dliring July in the Uni approval of President Wilson the ted bales and administration announced loiiav 187 tli ecensus bureau an1 the foramtion of i corporation to nouuced j take over control of Uie countrys I grain The corporation willj i a capita of fifty million dol1 i lars and all the stock will le owned by the tniteri Tile government will the 1017 wheat crop to stabilize prices in the United States is the ITihe intention is to take over the en tire if to main tain Flour mills are assured of wheat prices paid by the govern ment and the ifood administration is ready to purchase for the mills the PERCY SPEAKS A CARROLLTON STRIKE TROUBLES IN CAPITAL OF SPAIN ANSXVKU TO IOIKK IMMlU TASK Five Hundred Dollars Yester day for Red Will who recently ad dressed a large audience here in the interest oE the Red Cross usgrain they ing as his subject his experiences in j Belgium Relief deliver ed the same address yesterday to a large audience at Uie Baptist church j in American and have filed appeals to the district troops marched through Ixmdon to day and were reviewed by Ambas Page and later by King George at Great crowds lined the streets which were profusely decorated with the American and British En Bmperor Nicholas Moved to Another Em peror Nicholas and his family are be to another The fcottves of the ministers in moving ibe former it is are polit and Austrian MercijuHmeii Interned at Shanghai Taken Aus trian interned the harbor have been taken over by the Chinese naval The shiips were and there was no resistance offered by the Finns Killed in Exchange of Shots tt an exchange of shots between the r Russian unknown persons several Finns were killed and others The disturbances began when the soldiers were fired upon from a RAILROAD STRIKE IN ARGENTINA Following his address Reid Bingiliam made a short address ing out the needs of the Red Cross and started a fund for the Carroll Is jilortxl and county Chapter with a donation of ifcuinxul JTwportj TIO AgihitJim Rut Closed Suspended By Associated the strike agitation increased in several quarters of the but Ulie troops acted vigorously and quelled all dis Moet of the stores of the city were and of tho newspapers suspended publication lie cause of the rigid twentyfive Nine others foii lowed his lead and in a few minutes over five hundred dollars had been IN SPAIN STRIKERS AND SOLDIERS CLASH 13 Greenwood Common1 By Associated strike on tihe Central Railroad in Argentina is spreading and the traffic is par alyzed and there are further reports of wilful damage to the companys Six Persons villed and Others Wounded at THE BOLL WEEVIL NOW APPEARING SMITH BOUND The made ap OVER UNDER BOND pearance in a number of sections of i the cotton according to informa lion received at the this DD a white was givj en a preliminary hearing before By Associated poreous were killed and nine others wounded when strikers clashed yesterday witii sol diers according to n statement issued by tin Spanish Captain General Commented On Editorially ly iJiUisli By Associated ad uninistration official today iwaited the official text of INipe BcuBdicts ieace proposals before giving iy in timation of the nature of H That the peace offer will coquest an answer is roulily but it is believed that in the interust of lie allies it will require jjmd it is virtually certain thu pro 1 posal cannot be accepted in its pres ent Tiio anawer involves u delioatx1 I for all tho belligerents because tho I jtroposal offers to the warweary i world a hope for the restoration of board in the hope of having their claims for exemptions Doth claim The local exemption board is far ahead of Hie district board in that but 30 per cent of the necessary quo tamust be filed within a limited time and the local board has certified to their lull iiuota of 224 of which 30 per cent will be entrained for the mobilization camp on September thirty per cent ten days M jier cent on September 30 and the re maining ten per cent will be sent as soon thereafter as The plans of the government have been changed and tile men will be j sent to Uie mobilization camps oil September instead of September as was planned at in order that Uiere may be no congestion in the handling of the troop trains duo to the Labor Day The board will be in executive ses sion every day from now until tihe afidavits have been acted The excused yesterday were Ar thur of a wife and six children Ruben ot Hol wife and three children of with a wife and one child of and two children of a wife and three children of I with a wife and four children of The recenl bard it is did not damage the coJon to iiuyjthis morning on a charge of assault great extentbecause il was so far maand battery with intent to and tuted Despite the was bound over to await Uie action Judge Barefield at Ilollaudale j GREENVILLE BOYS AT FORT ROOTS the planters7 will have a good crop of i of the grand jury on cotton and if the pest Iliad failed to Smith was reconfmed in the county show year it en Id have been Jail in default of the crop in according MrSmith shot and wounded John to well known planters of Washingj nic and Halbert Wray more than a ago and hs been conuued The Greenville Contingent at Officers Training Ciunp Well in Distribution of ton HOGS ARE HIGHER THAN EVER RECORDED in the county jail since being appre bended in the woods 52 miles from I where he had gone after i the PIANO PUPILS WANTED i Teacher of Piano By Associated j Passed examinations and taiigUt 1 sold to1 last session in the Southern Indus1 Scott Bustier day at nor ilnnidreil on trial at Camp Among the Greenville young men honored with commissions the Cit izens Officers Training Camp at Fort Logan announced Mon day afternoon are the following Captains Stephen Beams and First Lieutenants Second Lieutenants Ben Gil Sam Allie Howard breaking CRUDE OIL MAKES JUMP IN PRICE I per payable in I Money gladly refunded if not satis i Phone or call at 817 Washington 88fp2mo By Associated increase of 20 cents on crude oil was posted making the new price per 102 Poplar VULCANIZING Auto Tire Repairing Freo Quiet Echols Auto A number of other Greenville hoys have been commissioned in different while scores have en listed in the The list of army officers given above presents as fine a body of young men as ever left any town for j service to their country in war or PCIOO Unfavorably Keceivod In ftnme of the morning pfipera refrain from com menting on the Popes peace propos while which discuss them basso their genesis in spi ration of the proposal to Austria and eitflicr rojoct them absolutely or indicate belief thai the would show thorn to be un Pniws by Cour iers to Huroncan The Popes peace proposal has been sent by couriers io all the European governments and arrangements liavc been madn to ca ble th doouinnot from Ivngiaiid to Washington and Tokio hecause of the length of time required to forward it liv oourier or MUSIC TO THE STAR SPANLGLED BANNER any one know who composed the music of The Star Spangled Manner The hymn Amicreon in composed by John an Knglish is the original mu sic of our national according to a recruiting official of the United States Marine was an aiKient Greek a sycophant and a lireat drunk Steamer Falkland Goes Down and j wife and three children Ten of with to a Copenhagen dispatch the steamer Falkland has been sunk in Uie North and ten persons ateanior Capella was also the crew was but Teutons Take Heights in height of Ocua in south is now occupied by the Teutonic forces the war office an FOR SALE OR TRADE KEGISTERFJ SPOTTED SHETLAND MARE AND COLT SATE AND GENTJjE Phone MORTIMER pflifllii riET THE GENUINE EDISON DIAMOND DISC Phonographs VICTOR and L SCHLOM I Phone 801 a wife and one child of alien Jonas of a wifeand three chil THE RED CROSS The government has called for sleeveless sweaters and all women who are expert knitters of sweaters are requested to aid in sup plying For information please call on NOW LIEUTENANT i m voiuiy DEM II PI HIIDT Scott set i RUN UlLUARl I his masterpiece to the tn Tho young Ma rpi i hymnal yland words of no or Snuths THE 1SOYS IX If vou want to help win the you can do il liy helping the govern keep up lite well as the the boys in the camps and lantonments scattered all over tho You can help in fur nishing them with readiiur material nishing them with reading Giye the boys good books in good and write in eaeh volume your name and so that each soldier who reads It will know has a friend in this DO IT TO Oivo them the latest and best of your magaxines and It will cheer up the fellow who reads them in camp to know there is some body back here who is thinking of his Hooks on the Popular 1 ray History and ns well as Dotectivo Stories of the Sea and Adyenturo and IfreiUh Bools are Any readable book of general will appeal to Hie as there are men of varying tnstea among IK YOUJi 1SIT by Immediately tn THE GREENVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY such books as you wish to it not later than August If you cannot bring tho phono I This is tho World Famous Hormanft Army Bal built oo t Army last ill 1SE width and whole 8t ZOH from G to 11 This shoo gives to tender prcvontb foot req ui res no break ing i and isthi greatest shoo evor bui 1 1 for comfort and dura Boldiecs haveworn this shoe continu ously since the Mirnak of Uie SpanishAmerican Made with single sole of Texas Unsecured and uppers of Tau Willow Calf or Box Call to see the line of Army A in Regu lar Army Bergman The Snoe Men I have just received my commit i sion as second salute j I will lie home telegraphs j Ben Gildart from the citizens i training eamp at Fort Aigan j While everyone fully expected lieu to i receive a telegram j and information oa meas a very ploas ant notice and a warm welcome awails the return of Gilflait and his cliarmiiiiB yOUiig NOTICE Owing to the arc In th now ed in the jae Weinberg room 129tt WYNN IS PLANTATION MANAGER FIRST LIEUTENANT with BARNETT I Wynn today rrwivod n telegram from her Attorney I at the Citizens Traininc Fort suiling that he hud been commissioned a first lieutenant of a great military honor that will he worthily COMFORTABLE DINING SANITARY 100 If yon want to dine in cool in a well ap pointed como Besides a comfort able we also offer you the very best foods tbo eoa son perfectly cooked mil Our prlcca are Come in and try us Tor dinner ANOI5U UNCLE SMf S THRIFT THOUGHT FOR TODAY Spread Uio Meat Spread tho flavor ami so on the of moat says the United Stiritis Dt partment of Here is for maliinf a Delicious 1 isli Crom an inexpensive Motk On a round steak cut place a stuffing ofbread well season ed with ohoppiHl loiittor or other pepper and flavorings such as cclory if de the stCBili around Hie stuffiiiKand tio hi several places with It tho ntoalt is tonprli steam or tho roll tender ronstliiK I If tlio roll may ho cooliod in a in which caao a cup ful or more ot ahoultl bo After the show youll always find a hearty wel come at the man who appreciates your Delicious sodas and iced refresh Phone MOSBY COAL EXCLUSIVE AGENTS TOK GALLOWAY VVK HAVE ILLINOIS AND RED ASH Phone 850
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