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Owing to the fact that the Pi
are drawn on the United States j
able to be relieved, and for other i
The GREAT SOUTHERN SH
week, and a number of free acts
Band of at least ten pieces will fun
This will be the Largest, Besi
For Booth Reservations, appla
EXEMPTED MEN MUST men, it is state, arc still subject to tion the registrant resides,
[At~w~vM[Nri~imilitary service, unless physically third line and series of blocks
FACE NEW DRAFT LAW d thc cx- distritboard.
--exempting themu from the piresent through the mails and is reqi
Within a Week Nine Million Men draft. As General Crowder has care- answer questions it contains
Will Receive Question fully explained, the new system is tions carefully devised to (l
Blanks. not retroactive, that is, it will not in whether his occupation and
any way affect the men selected for meats at home make it wviser
Washington, Oct. 28.--A complete military service, the men now in withdraw him from civilian
outline of the new draft classilicatio mobilization camps or being mado nork in the field. There is
which affects approximately 0 rea0 y for mobilization. But it oes or morc of questions listed un
00(0 men, was given out today byafettoeea inlfobtots- fth fvecae.
Provost Marshal G;eneral Crowder. l'ts ntelieel Iat eitatCasfe i
TIhe plan is complete in all lbut de- liCi ek eevn i oke h '
tails and has been a pprovedl by the Win aprxmtl a ekawieshsaeont dtd
presidlent. The dletails are nowv being''u tiair''vilb ald oe.r m ks n 'X"i th boc
worked out by a special corps of ex- oeo h 30000rgsee e etn h ls n~hihh
lperts anad probably will be amnnouan otieh-, esol e itd o
ed in entirety before the end of the 'lisq stoaie--nw ofcaly igemnnteggdin i
On. of the most impiortant points O h oe sadte n o h h is ob ald ar
of General (Crowder's explanation to-naeoth reitataseighe vihnn-pnd twvsad
(lay is that thle approximately I ,800,-(jston. Opst ths ln isa aglinval v rw kv1
00(0 meni now holding exemiption eer'-smlseiso blcsnmbrd'I as umcrtagiuti
liica tes will be' anmng those to be .5,'rpeetn th fienvnu eitremrrilmnv
el .asilIi. into five divisions accord- ieissi o~hihrgsee i nae pnet nnme or i )
,ng to thnir liabilityv to s;erve. Und~kroler dvhe.o wr xn ldb h rs
the reclass;ifica tion each will again 'l r ixa the dotd Im, itb helw i anubilv.
have ti answer jnuAtion to determineblcsfo th nubrad oain Tergseednamrk
theu i x i wichhi blons. Tbcxcoftmila bardvice nes hys uisclly-I snam h lsst hc
disqualiur friedneins therex
SpedeFurtiay erifiatesly old mlearely
Plnt f ui dexen tt ronh sen
Awoerfulcolletio of GEneraioral caExbis
Fine Cattle, ll Siexplaine, Mlese Poltry aisar ro
Weohal etroacte YhtOsUi!il oti
IING, S. C.
resident and the Secretary of. the Fair
ury for next week, and 'they were un
easons, the Fair has been postponed
OWS have been engaged for the entire
will be shown each day. A uniformed
-nish the music.
and Grandest Fair in the history of
to the Secretary. Remember the date,
15 and 16!
r Friends Will Be There!
and a he should be assigned. He then writes signs his name, next year plant most heavily of non
for the in the book the answers to the ques- 'those Practically Exempted. perishable foods, such as beans and
tions and takes his booklet to the General Crowder in his explana- ccreals and such other commodities
booklet local board, where he swears to the tion, stated that the mcn in class four as can be preserved. Seed of every
aired to truth of his answers. The question- are practically exempt and those in specie of food plant will be abund
ques- aire is described by Provost Marshal class five entirely so. intly available this year.
termine General Crowder as a "big affidavit" "By the time we reach four," he Besides the annual appropriation of
yommit- which eliminates the other forms of said, "if we have to go that far, con- approximately $400,000 for the gratis
not to aflidavits used in the first draft. gress undoubtedly will have amended distribution by members of congress,
life for Right to Appeal. the law to make available the large there has been especially appropriat
a page The local board examines the an- number of men ho have reached 21 ed by congress $2,500,000 for the pur
Icr each .wers and approves or changes the since the regtion an(l psi ch ase of sr an. (litr of
classification claimed by the regis- toeo 0yasas. ed ofres hc st esl
l- trant indicating its action on the(epnet litdi foraelac-pse fen urg gitniv
.istrant b)ook's cover.fa -
line and The registrant then has the rightcayasudofeepinidttig(lrgth prod fte a.
repre- to appeal. The case goes to the d1is- e odn ee;to eriiae
believes trict board. It is the final arbiter,.o uhcueaentmdemr oeA .l.Cek.Ot
nstancei In its series of blocks it marks thelibet caludrhe evcasi
oiic~~~~ bThoeoPrctialo clrialfocmpted.tanic Cos
men I retrnin hisbooket, heGm n eralE CrwerI W In hi x l iana-rod hr eto asrk
not en may f (leires, ecure thetso n , stte ta them ni ca Mss o da, wtur xepin o eea
I l~e in satemet of a neighor oi cls s univehevyentirelymengavo.h
ist in frind, estfyig t thetruh oBhi tahngtn, wect. four," t hen co p ytwle hus nti . Pas
ith o- nswes athogh tis s nt copii-'said "liueheton (i o that by cons- acbigmdeb iil ftera
glsadsr.'h hidpro eey~riess efoer sw~ill e a-ecuedh e i hi lcs
ions f att hebottm ofthe an's u herso lawlto mae eavaiallytheularge
plisit! mtio I elive he I~oe aswe sibenae ythe r i tura a dpartsiblyCH R'
think to e truhfulin al resects"han mea ns v that hm earri dener withO R
Biaetocun e the nwholeassiil
Beaurtlsstow iful Deievspays tofHielldPout.FcyWrin
Artsyearolantnmo, haavilno. nt-n
BigPaad onOpnig ay.Fre au eihaleAcsi front ofha easan
Sum erpel o mely $4000YU!h gai
1ed by congress $2,500,000 for the pur