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   Weekly Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1917, Greenville, Mississippi                                HeptEniber so niiPHiim n mm Ft PAUT OF THE AT LBA8T WITH KORMLOKK KEBENSXY G5 KORNILOFF Kfrenfky Reported But Nn Russian Situation One of Chaos and fight against the heights northeast Go rizia continues both day and night during bad The continuous contest to the ob to be animated by superhu man The Austrian and Ital ian soldiers are almost constantly en gaging in hand to hand In one fierce struggle lasting for 12 j the Italians attacked the ene my fire j A council or all ambassadors includ ing those of the neutral was held this afternoon Monday at which time the situation was dis cussed about which all information was later Following the meeting ambassadors from the En tente nations held a separate confer A Former Russian Joins a socialist and chief of the munition minis ter of war and navy ad has gone over to the forces supporting Koinlloff Ordered to Kej rensky has ordered General Kornij comanderdnchief of the Rus sian armies to resign his post as a consequence of Korniloff B demand j for supreme bovsky has been appointed command in his j Eleven cabinet ministers were in continuous sessian today Sunday considering measures to face the Kor niloff ministers admit is the greatest and most serious event j since the So except to take the disposi tion of General which the general is apparently determined to there has been no measure de Voided but the discussion is pro ceeding on a plan to constitute a di rectory of five men who will be vest fid with full No WMcial Notice of the Removal of Rus sian embassy hag not received any of news of General Kornilofts re but officials believe it was forced by the enforcement of the death ienalty for mutinous British Casualties For Week Hurling casualties in the British as reported for the week ending is given as Donikino With Den commander of the Russian nr mies on the southwestern has telegraphed Kerensky that lie support General General cortiioander of tlie forces on the Roumanian front has ordered his armies in the Odessa military district to take no part in the but at the same time re main true to the provisional govern A State of War in retrograd and Ke renaky has declared state of war exists in the town and district of Reported That Kerpnsky Has fSccin Rwtdisi says a of the Copenhagen Exchange publishes a rumor emanating from persons who arrived there mm Pe that Premier Kerensky had been killed by a member if the Bol The rumor has not ien Tho Russian With the Govern Russian mes sage received this signed by the prime says the entire Baltic fleet has limit on the side of the provisional govern Russian Forces on the Offensive ARGENTINA NOT YET READY TO ACT Passports Will Ho Haniloi rfr man and Swedish Diplomatic liep resentativcs Until Full Offlcal De tails of Kevelntions Am Koceivod From By Associated Buenos dis patches to the effect that in all prob ability passports will bo hand the German and Swedish diplomatic rep resentatives in was de clared by the foreign to b It was stated that tlie government was unablp to con aider such a procedure until it rej ceives full official details respecting i the Washington TWO 31MKCIIAXTMKN LOST BUT WITHOUT LOSS OK UIK 63EAT ACHOTENT OF WAB COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AGENT CARPENTER Carptoncr the roun ty left for the Delta Experi ment Station al Stoneville this morn1 whore ho will spend the next few days going over the agricultural situation in the Delta with and will study the condition of the crops of this Sweden Foreign Office Vet Fully foreign according to a Copen hagen announces that they have not as yet received a transmis sion of the message mentioned in a statement in the United States re garding the Argentina affair and are therefore unable to determine their I if Urict Kuporl True It Is the First i Destruction of Getmnn IHonls During tlie INDICATIONS OF STORMS IN CARR1BEAN GEORGE NELMS INTO NEW BUILDING Two Disturbances in i JirrtlKVin Sen Itllt No lUports cil THE OTNKlAii 1VHUTAUTY OK OKRMAKV IX THE UTEST 6EBMAN mm The work of moving the large stock of dry goods and groceries oC the George Sslms from their old location to their ne w brick building on Washington will be started this evening and bofor Hy Associated destroyers are believed to have sunk six hostile German submarines off the coast of France ou September while convoying a fleet of merchant men from the United Two merchantmen were but it is reported they were lost without loss of Meagre reports received at tbe navy department today give but a brief account of tho fight which was transmitted from the American tank steamer one of the ships which survived the If the detailed reports bear ont the first will signalize the most notable action asrainst the sub marine warfare since the war In no other case has such a whole sale destruction of Uboats been re and it will also mark he Ameri oe staneu mis evening ami uoiory the middle of the week thev will belmost vlctorj oE tho pleasantlv located in their per i Later An manent by tho nav only one submarine had The George Xelms new building is one of tho prettiest and best of its kind in the being erected at a of a large sum of money and rep1 mrs s WITU resents oue of the most convenient vVllil store buildings in this was that MANUFACTURING FIRM ENEMY BILL UP By Associated cattons of two distn1 MIH es the today by niia in reports bay1 been received its to tho hitensity of TO VOTE ON WAR TAX BILL TODAY After Weeks Debate in Senate ou fourse of War Ity Cannot iliut Will Germany t trail oy l Bv Associated tlon in editorial lurly denounced in tinmen FUI action thtSwedish The DaiUy News under tincap iatest doclarus Llmt it ia impossible to foremen effect the astonishingrevelations will havo on the couro 01 the If further iiie cvaical ks m sennw j with lights line Hill Voted is in n Tins IluenuB Ar fHy Associated weeks of the ecnato today ru ered uyon ihn last stase of the war j revtmue tax It will be brought up for final passage at 3 oclock this Th GERMANAMERICAN NEWSPAPERS WOULD LOCATE Today Another War ussed day Tool AVant Warehouse Containing nt Square or One Aluch Greenville Ideal By Associated the war tax bill out ot its way the Scn atq tofliy bcffnn the continleration of the Trading With the Eenemy bill The fame of Greenville as a manu facturing center is rapidly extending beyond the limits of Washington n county and tho state ot J has already been paasert by the forces hegan an offensive in tho if the number of inquiries which are the war office bu they were obliged to give up advan tages near Chamber of can be taken STREET CAR STRIKE being received by the Commerce almost daily as an Yesterday sec retary of the Chamber of received a letter from an o intern riro TO ADVERTISE IN BfflOCRATEMES FAYS Jennan oubnuvriiie at Cadiz German sub seriously arrived here today conveyed by a Spanish torpedo She will be The German Autocratic Press in Fu tile There fresh outbursts of rage against j the United States in Saturdays German newspapers connection with Secretary of State Lansings re ported denial of a statement that Amerca would not insist on the elim ination of the Hohenzollerns before i entoiing peace That Tlie i mnnufacinrinconcern ashing him is a niodium lias boon i secure for Vhanibej demonstrated time and H 11 of a warehous of at least been rather hard to convince a square nnd if i number of advertisers that more peo get one or four times that 111 IVid tliis than any iTom wriio there is no such buiMing in other form of adyertisin tJio Strikers ami Situj Greenville Tritchard will try tol Tnis 1 interest a number of capitalists in i vfjeK 1 of is in Italians Cnpturfl 5 Austrian Italians con tinue to press on the j front northeast o the war office The lialians have captured 145 British Pressed Back tle British troops yeserday back slight ly the German reserves at Hargiconrt and Villiret on a narrow the office The Germans recaptured a position east of Margi Germans Admit in Front of German ad vanced forces at Lake on the Macedonian front yesterday retreat ed before the superior French pres the war office The Teutons retired in the direction ot fTCy Associated Two troops of cavalry and one ma chine gun company from Fort Ogle thorpe were rushed hero early today on an appeal from cty and county The presence of the sol diers served to effect a quieting of the street car strike THE HELP FOR PRIESTS iao rtemonatrafod again last n two fine tho prop i the prnkol nnd if poRsiblo build thrjTty of Captain was pastoni firm a store on a peeved to boon stokn in nndition to sending out thnir tion to the shorlfff of dinVrut h raovl n small adver in Tho who to the paper two weeks read of the loss that same evening and notified r nn tain Grasty nnilcs had been time The jotter to Pntchard said tho manufacturing concern Grennville tin ideal location for their j business nnd they were desirous ofj securing accommodations i Department nKicler ij KxcUision of tlorinaii By Associated i elusion from the mftils of certain in fluential fiiTiiian newspa pers of various peraons in the United is under by the This in part of tlie Kovernmonts detonnineif plan to lire vent the eiivulaticu nf anti war YOUTH KILLS A Oourfo of Argentina CUBSCfL Huonos Argen tine according to Uie arc still unable to act nn dlapcitchus IB through ttio Swedish legation which nrp to be officially without advices from the American the foreign ofice statod Tho nowa papers and officials lioro that the Argon ti no KOVLTII niciit will dcmnnd the recall uf tho German charge de but a np turn uf diplomatic relations with Gonnany IH not anticipated at Tim Argontine govornnumt it in at a consider the affair a personal one between Ger ninny and tho Swedish THE RED MAKES GREAT GIFT Donates Iii5 Ambulances to Kir After Having Already Nti Half in sia BIG ALLIGATOR Ifcrliert t lie dun of while working wi ther Ashbrook Nck on Htrnciion last 1 4foot alligator The alligat largest ever tocMi t 1 and measured The hide has o Vicksburs whore iilacod in a local HIE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OPEN S in thoir field that morn returned to tlieir t REPORT OF COUNTY DEMONSTRATION AGENT SERIOUS RIOT IN ILLINOIS PRISON Miss uf Drmn Thrco ll Sninninry nMiaiion for Also a 1 rrwird SCOUNTf lic Vatican Has Asked tho Good Of fices of the United States and Great Britain Against Threatened Kximl of Priests From to the reports coming from the winter palace the government coun cil was in session yesterday after eonsldorahlo force of sup porters of General Korniloff have al ready passed Luga on their way to The government refuses to make nny but the foreign min ister nl Tcroschtonlio informs the Associated Press that he helieves the Korniloff forces consist of only a few Innulrod The town and railroad station at is in Korniloffs Korniloff Orders Troops to March on By Associated Vatican has asked the good offices of the Ameri can and Britteh governments on be half of the priests and religious or ders of which are threatened The Vatican adds the assurance that there is no reason justifying the FROST AND ICE IN WEST Tile Nw Consolidated j School at Iloliumluln Will Upon After several months of baseball and other outdoor to liiidroii ir say noUiing of their help tin for farms and children in Ijvml the several school districts of Wash ington county are beginning to as Througii the untiring scmble in new bnildinrsi which hare been remodeled and toidim m uur condiiions far better tiian they j ehihtren from were at the time of their The Hollandale Consolidated school will open on Thursday in a new three story brick structure was started on Jauaary of this vear and which incl Sloni I lie fe county supcrin sonic 0 or 10 Klizabetb ninl Stone will go to this year under c lyltir than they have accustomed to in the Ow ing to tho fact no for and oilirr comforts luul bofin tcaclurs of these two iomplecd and will bu in charge I schools forced to got scraps of of a graduate fuel as best they cauld and sometimes of a who will he ably assisted by a corps of good Kor folloff lifts ordered tho troops to trnln nt march on and Tho Rovornmont forces nro mwvinp out of tho vplt4i to op poso Korniloff Oonnrll of AmlMVwndora By Associated heavy frost is reported in many sec1 lions of northern West Virginia loday and ice was formedin some TROPICAL STORM IN CARRIBEAN SEA Tho Htonn in and KoiKlnvest and Driving West or By Associated pres sure la ntill falling in tho western Cnrrlboan With indication that tropical storm in contral and south Jftmolca la going west or nortb SOLDIERS IN SEPARATE UNITS they were forced to sit and study I1 rough a cold l Arrangements have made j whereby tlie school children from these two districts will he taken to for school by the railroads uiui will lit1 hargd nominal sum of month for thoir trans and they will ho houaed in a thoroughly tnoiKrn school nnd will i He Trained in the Stnlcs Wliirll They lluvn l4ttn RED CROSS NOTICE Ry Associated Negro troops of the new national army will he organized in separate units as is The following will bo in charge of done in I he regular army and no fartlhn surgical dressing dopai for as possible they will be trained in hr rest of September 10th to 17th IVth In iMthSndio Mando to slates whiiri they were ac cording io x inadiby RCCH Itiry of War Maker who stated that tho call for the negroes to inobll Izo nt camps would bo postponed for ft abort Umo to allow tho officoro of tho crimp to arrange tor tho organ ization of the separate Those who took instructions un der MiSfi Trlgg are urged to be at Uio Klysian Tuesday Bontobmor from to C I to hoftr s final Throe and Oiio Convict Summary of work iomo Driiionsi ration A urn1 sr to 1 by Ooniity from fBy Associated l riot iccurrol in tho Illinois State prison today in which one convict nliut guards wore Thr rioters nn in bored whom fifteen of the in tho of MVO ntniilb mimls Ufiod rifles tho fifteen loaders w itary H to BURTON WITH COIiERCIAL BANK lcliu lirom been counsel1 wilh t is now tlin inis takini Is at thn train ing cainp at lMin Ti who iias Itren witli 1 Savings for virs and wlio has bern fillitu Criltemlcns ilavc at the window for a lias tendered liis resignation to join Iila in their jrowiiii llurton liolit of the confidenco rind frary born of of successful experi ence in the hanking liansoin iH now hustling for himself in Ilin insurance business and will no d mhl aid materially in build Ins up even a greater business for tho firm of llaruKim special of tho Union Central Life In tie Board of visors o Washington Irutl min The last wo qncst this it is to you for granting that request anil giving Miss Cresswell to H lior oiighly in every of lier and siie not only lit ran impart hilr t otb is intcroHiiMl iiiiiring in her efforts and has done a wonder ful amount of good in tlie the beginning of tho season few women kunw anything canning or now there is hard ly n housekeeper in the county who iosnt know how to can and dry iur own Tim amount canned this year over that put up last year shows a gain of nhoiit per thereby keeping a deal of money in the county that would otherwise have gone as well lift saving all Ihe surplus vegetables and preventing their going to Mm Women Patriots of Washington county wish to x press our gratitude and thanks to tho Hoard for giving us the privilege ot Miss Cresswolls nnd wo feel sure Mint when knows all that we havo that hif will consider Washington county ono of the banner counties ot the tnXed   

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