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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 20 July 1918

-> ¥ THE BELTON EVENING NEWS THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. BELTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1918 18,800 PRISONERS C00NTED. (By United Prose ) London, July 20.—Franco-American forces after repulsing the*most viojent counter attacks on the whole front from Soissons to Chateau- Thierry, rushed forward again and are still progressing, was learned from authoritative sources this afternoon. , Prisoners counted now total over eighteen thousand eight hundred. FRENCH-AMERICANS TAKE NEÜILLLT. (By United Press.* Paris, July 20 —The French and Ameri- • cans continue to advance on the greater part of their offensive front between the Aisne and the Marne. The French war office reports the important town of Neuilly St. Front to have been captured. South of the Mame the Allied troops have hurled the Germans back on a fifteen mile front between Fossy and Oeuilly and are gaining more ground toward the river. AMFRICAN CRUISER SUNK. New York, July 19 —The Amer- ican Armored Cruiser San Dieyo was sur.k at abo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 20 July 1918

BELTON EVENING NEWS juap ?"! ¡7 ¥ ■ . •' f i l! { T I-•. íí?; .i. S Ree i vs^v , í■/■ ' i"-y TABRIZ, PERSIA, WHERE TURKS RAIDED AMERICAN CONSULATE QY-fíWDt/CXJ QF/Z/C/tr/TíonfXO/tT \ HT" mam//<?ftmfí£¿)cfia5smorort mi/cxs wh/chgo to veryr/icwr TV/?£3C¿/£- r/tQS£//raA/Kr/M I FT KEN THOUSAND homeless refugees froiu French villages Just be- hind the trenches crowd- ed Into her railway de- pots during four days, Tarnished pathetic evidence to Paris that the Germans were advancing somewhat In their recent drive. Vil- lage after village had come under the German guns and homeless old men, women, children—well, sick, helpless— were hurried Into Paris for redistribu- tion to friends and relatives or to be assigned to the care of some unbom- barded French city or town. As trnlnload after tralnload of these unfortunates of war were delivered In ♦he Gare du Nord and other depots of Paris, the refugees and their belong- ings made, for a time, one of the worst human tangles imaginable. To get...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 20 July 1918

BELTON EVENING NEWS The Confessions of a German Deserter OomliUkr Dttfoit Fn* pmm Written by a Prussian Officer Who Participated in the Ravaging and Pillaging of Belgium CHAPTER VIII—Continued. —11— Other field kitchens were near by. 9hey bad prepared more food than their companies needed. Many for whom they had cooked will never eat o Rain, We were Invited to come and get whatever we wanted. We hpd scarcely finished eating when we had to march on. Presently ■we were joined by more members of our company. Our captain appeared. One of our officers reported to him the number missing. He stepped In front of the company and said cheerfully, "Good morning, men," although It was seven o'clock in the evening. A growl was the only response. We were then ordered to go to the wagous standing at the north side of the town, where each man was to supply himself with cartridges and three hand grenades. We gathered at the wagons at 9:30 o'clock and each man took BOO car- tridges, his three grenade...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 20 July 1918

Y"r. *> ♦ I K (HE BRÍO BEHim m M. f. 3«Vf, BS. < * <■> fttXTON. ~ Entered it hmikI rUm wall matter it Hal to#, 'roan. Office of Publication, Savage Bid?:,.. ADVERTISING RATES: Dík- l Joy,-18 outs per inch flat rate, with 15 per cei.t added for special position. No display ad taken for less than 50 cents. Locals 6 cents per line for less than three inser- tions. OFFICIAL ORGAN CITY OF BELTON. - - - This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war Local Mention. Mr, and Mrs. E. K. Owens have returned from a severa' days visit in San Antonio and Sao Mo reos. Dee Rugeley, Earl Lord and Tom Carpenter have returned from a few days fishing trip out 01 the Colorado river, near Lometa. '.4? • '•* This is the last Saturday he- fore the election, Gov., now tell us what you think of it, please. "It reminds us of the g< od old democratic days when barbecue goat and Budweiser beverage wore abroad in the land. When the very elect of the S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 23 July 1918

w THE BELTON THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. BELTON, TEXAS, TUESD MORE VILLAGES AND PRISONERS TAKEN-- ENEMY ON THE RUN. (By United proes ) Paris, July 23.--Only artillerying was re- ported on the whole offensive front last night by the war office. Today the French ad- vanced on a three mile front north of Mont- didler- (Picardy front) taking three villages arJ three hundred prisoners* t Paris, July 23.—Oulchy-Le-Chateaux a dominating point on the line between Sois- sons and Chateau-Thierry has been reported captured by the Allies this morning. Addi- tional important gains are said to have been made in the Soissons region. With The Americans, July 23.—Despite the stiffening resistance the Allied advance con- tinues generally in the Soissons-Rheims sali- ent. The Americans are pushing forward on a five mile front between Grisolles and Bezu St Germain. GOVERNMENT CONTROL OF WIRES JULY 31 (By UnlteJ Presa ) Washington, July 23—The nation's communication lines will go under government con- trol on J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 23 July 1918

BELTON yENING NEWS n IS • \ RUINS OF COURTHOUSE OF REIMS • *( ; r« n\ l 'WKr < > il "¡¿¿zESSSL.-— U W t ar •■Crtt S /isis Will FlfeHT"' " i HyyAILEp.F^I Denver, Colo.—The (JornUQ *f "inaBed fisi'vjis to • M "nrer ?ti? two male Fists. Ilyle Flijt.ji I ♦*! v«*r vaudevlH? ,Mftor. hasp followed 111** example of IiIh ; brother, 'AVtTiUr I-'Ikt. rind enlist-? i il In the.,regnlur tinny. The« Fists tire now In training lit thej£ sume company nt Port Logan. ' <- uSíízF^ Food Administration Says Saving Can Be Made. Bg Housekeepers Urged to Keep Kitcftkn and Table Refuse Separate From Other Waste. Washington.—A campaign for utilization of garbage has heen Inai iu- 1(1- ite £ e elr This ta what related eneiuy tioinbunlujcutN have left of the courthouse ■t Helms. Through the mined entrance to the building a new perspective of the famous cathedral, that has becu shattered by German shot and shell, Is obtained. HUNS PLAN TRAP; . KILL EACH OTHER British Join in Air Battle Between Two Teut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 23 July 1918

< BELTON EVEN! fG NEWS HuMM, f f f cf*" f'r . f > * * * 9 *}jf « • • • • • iff f r ' Champion Mean Man Evidently Operating in Chicago CHICAGO.—Delibero ting the evidence In the pay roll robbery mystery a. tin' central burean, Capt. Stephen B. Wood, commanding, we reach tb< conclusion It 18 no longer safe for our policemen to be left alone In a great city, like little Red Riding Hooda to be preyed upon by every wolf in atrauger's clothing who prowls our streets. But let us have at the why and wherefore of how Coppers Michael Burke, Thomas Nolan, Lewis O'Brien and Walter O'Donnell did not get their semimonthly pay checks of $tM).i)4 each. It Is necessary to explain that the mode of paying off in the Chicago police department Is to give each mem- ber an Identification slip, which he presents at the paymaster's office In case he should not be In when the pay- master visits the station. Our four heroes were not In. It was June 14, pay day being June 15, when the slips were left ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 23 July 1918

1 ■ " ■ ■ • • • I I ■ — áfcwS — NH > i i'ii a *,V •if ÍJ ' \ ¿v ,, H mm,: Í4:' K'irt,-.. <rt mm reus . gr¡, t¿A ta( PfQ. V ' " TE-TAF Cat. red m Meond date mall matter at Bolton, Texaa. Office of Publication, Savage Bldg., ADVERTISING RATES: Dis- play, 18 cents per Inch flat rate, with 15 per cert added ior special position. No display nd taken for less than 50 cents. Locals 6 cents per line lor less than three inser- tions. OFFICIAL ORGAN CITY OF BELTON. This paper has enlisted with the ¿>vernment in the cause of America for the period of the war L Local Mention. ■: 1 •••• ■••••••••• Mrs. Fred Hodson is visiting relatives in McGregor. Brvin Christtianous is home from Kelly Field for s few days visit with his parents, Mrs. Geo. Connor and son Alton of Fort Worth are guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Morgan. Atty. and Mrs. L. H. Flew- ellen came in from San Antonio to spend some time with home folks. Lost—This evening on Central Avenue or on square, a gasoline tank....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 24 July 1918

Ufv0 . V THE BELTON EVENINQ NEWS THIir TY.FOURTH YEAR. WHITE STAR LINER SUNK BY SUB. BELT ON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1918 VOLUME 34 NUMBER 24> (.By United I'rtib .) London, July 24.—After a battle lasting twenty-four hours the White Star Liner Jus- ticia was sunk by a submarine in the Atlan- tic. Four hundred survivors have landed at an Irish port. Survivors say eleven of the crew are- lost, but that all of her passengers are saved. The Justicia was a vessel of thirty-two thousand tons. Ten torpedoes were fired at her by the German sea wolf but only one was effective* BOMBARDING ALLIES POSITIONS. (iiy UnHotl prosa.* With The French, 4 P. M.-The Ger- mans are violently bombarding the Allies' postions on a twelve mile front, from Vrigny southward to the Marne. They are also throwing shells across the Marne from Dor- mans estward. New German divisions have been identifi- ed in the region of Vrigny and Coulommes southwest of Rheims. The French and British held off strong counters...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 24 July 1918

I 5 . - i I*' T Í0 ifí s, m mnm&Zz mr §1; iíí>® ?Wl •' Ik . WM ; il#, BELTON EVENING NEWS HENHOUSE PESTS "W HQT WEATHER r ■ ■■. *Jan WKe3^£^ry Keepers to Er&dijaté tice and Mites In Slimmer. ■Áj MANY KINDS OF PARASITES Advitabfo for Novices to Make Sure That frock Is Free Prom Insecto by Giving Bach Fowl Individ* lift Treatment (Prepared by the United State Depart- ment of Agriculture.) Fowls are Infested by two kinds of body parasites—lice and mites. Lice live continuously upon the birds. The common mite feeds upon them on the roosts at night, and after feeding se- cretes Itself in the cracks and crevices about the roosts. There are many different kinds of poultry lice. Those most common on fowls are—the body louse, yellowish In color and about one-tenth of an Inch in length, which rema, is on the skin of the fowl; the shaft louse, somewhat smaller and very pale In color, which la usually seen on the shafts of the leathers, and the head louse, a large gray species which ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 24 July 1918

BELTON EVENING NEWS % HOW THE U. a NAVY- -7 BUYS ITS SÜPPÜÉS * I , Purchasing Department, Under Adlniral McGowan, Has Met All Tests Successfully—Centralization the Chief M*r¡t the System—Complimented for Efficiency A. . Investigation by Congress. Washington.—A business concern Which can increase its turnover 2.5UO per cent in l'J months witiiont radical change* in method would seem to be h pretty sound organization. Amid all. ttie expansion of govern- ment activities due to war, with far- reaching changes in methods of con- ducting business, reorganisations. In- crease in personnel, and addition of wholly new departments, one lug busi- ness agency of the government lias changed not at all, except in magni- tude. That ngency is the bureau of supplies and accounts of the navy. which purchases practically everything required by the navy except armor plate, guns, and shells. It feeds and cintiles the navy, buys lis ste<-„, met- als, lumber, textiles, and chemicuK provides transportat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 24 July 1918

.4 • wfc' I ■ I 1 i fe'/;;: I IP ' K mwfj. ial IV ' ' ' ' &$ . "•fy"'.. v '• " *j ■MpR'".* . p ®mJS 4..V-Í7 Ml? Afrrñívv flg BELTGK EVFMM HERS a. •. Ir«t% Ke.aad ft . HELTON. TEJAe ■aterwl m MOOBd cUm mill «tter t Helton THH. Office of Publication. Savage B«g ADVERTISING RATES: Dis- play, 18 cents per inch flat rate, with 15 per cent added for special position. No display ad taken for leas than 50 cents. Locals 6 cents per line (or less than three inser- tions. OFFICIAL ORGAN OTY OF BELTON. • - This paper has enlisted with the government m the cause of America tor the period of the war r Mi Local Mention, i ••••• Mrs. W. R. Hendrickson of Austin is the guest of relatives here for a few days, Mica Zella Thornton and Miss Gladys Warren are visiting friends in Waco for a few days. Mrs. Chas. Bouchvillian and children of Holland are guests for a few days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E Kirch ner Up to 4 o'clock this afternoon there had been 64 persons who will be ont of the county ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 25 July 1918

THE BELTON EVENING NEWS T HIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. BELTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1913 200,000 MUNITIONS WORKERS ON STRIKE (By United Preen.) London, July 25 —Two hundred thousand munitions workers are idle as the results of strikes in Coventry and Birmingham. Elec- tritions are included with the strikers in Birm- ingham, which forces the plants to shut down throwing a hundred and fifty thousand out of work. A conference between government and labor leaders is scheduled for today. ALLIES BOMBARDING IMPORTANT CENTER (By United press.' With The Americans in France, July 25. —Fere-En-Tardenios is under fire from French and American artillery, and is being heavily bombed by allied aviators. This bombardment is seriously interfering with the movement of enemy troops and material. Heavy fighting to clear tiz forest of the en- emy is under way. Fere-En-Tardenios is the most important railway highway center in soissons-Rheims salient. GERMANS FAIL TO HOLD POINTS TAKEN. (By United Preea) Paris,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 25 July 1918

1?JE i«si BELTON EVENING NEWS iff : EXPERT 60LF PLAYERS DONATE THEIR SERVICES TO AID RED CROSS SOCIETY ■MnmiiiiiiniimniH :; JOINS TrtE ARTfttErtY ANO CLEANS UP MULES : A former ^HTpla yer "entef-edx flit* ariuy and wax pltp^d ^ • • artillery. Several week* later' lie uwt j , < of riH-ip from his old team, ana told some of hU experiences. "Oue of the things I had to do was clean up a mule," he «aid. "Now, Home of those mules are rather stubborn. The oue they assigned to me was a corker. "The sergeant told me I was to finish cleaning the annual In 23 minutes, and you bet I spent 'Jl minutes clean-lug his neck." WALLACE NOW DADDY OF MAJOR LEAGUERS An enthusiastic crowd witnessed a golf match Saturday at Garden City, In which the competitors were experts who donated their services to the American Red Cross organisation. Gratifying profits were the reward of the golfers whose services were given with such a generous and ready spirit. Photo shows Oulmet, Anderson, Trevers and Klrkby at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 25 July 1918

BELTON EVENING NEWS The Awakening B/ MINNIE M. TOWNSBND (Copyright. 1Í18. by the McClure Newspa- per Syndicate.) *"By, Myrn, I'll be lute for lunch, but If you get hungry don't wait. Molly won't mind warming mine over." Myra, comfortably settled In the easiest chrlr of the sitting room, lazily waved u slim white hand to her mother's cheery good-hy, and turning toward the window watched the lively little body cross the street and Join several other dear mother people on the corner. Myra laughed scornfully. "I'm surprised at mother; such a motley crowd, tall, short, fnt, lean, rich and poor." Myra. however, failed to take note of the one connecting link among the women. Each one carried a huge sew- ing bag and everyone from old Mrs. McPane's worn brown lining mon- strosity to the wealthy Mrs. Van Raton's creation of satin and ribbon was overflowing with its burden of brown and gray yarn and partially finished garments for Uncle Sam's soldier hoys. Myrn yawned ami turned lazily to a ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 25 July 1918

Br' ft ll BaiOH EKWM SEfti ■ . B. Sari*. E4. *m* 9r*+ «IX/ION. TEXAS ■atorad tfiMOMl cita* nail matter at Helton, Texas. Office of Publication, Savage Bldg-. ADVERTISING RATES: Dis- play, 18 cents per inch flat rate, ♦ with 15 per cent added lor special position. No display ad taken for less than 50 cents. Locals 6 cents per line for less than three inser- tions. OFFICIAL ORGAN CITY OF BELTON. * * This paper has enlisted with the 1 government in the cause of America tor the period of the war * C Local Mention. • s MM ■••••••••« E. C. Loggins of the Dallas News circulation department, is in the city today. Former Governor O. B. Col- quitt has cancelled hisapeaking dates announced tor this city to morrow night and at Temple in the afternoon. No reaaon was given for tbe cancellation. Mra. E. W. Harmon and Mrs. G. W. Hentz, accompanied by their daughters, Misses Pearl and Gladys, spent yesterday in ,Waco, with their brother Paul Pittman at Camp MacArthur. New Fire Alarm. Beginning with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 26 July 1918

. THE BELTON EVENING NEWS m TY-FOURTH YEAR. BELTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1918 VOLUME 34 NUMBER 25) m i« ALLIES ON BIG OFFENSIVE. '0 \M (By United Presa ) With The French Armies, 4:40 P♦ M July 26 —The Allies are today succesfully conducting offensive operation along the whole original "German drive" front from Soissons to Main De Massiges. In addition to closing in on Fere-en-Tardenios they are steadily gaining ground in Champagne and \ have recovered most of the outpost positions lo it in the initial German push. Main de Massiges is reported to have been recaptured. I a_L ICH ANO AMERICANS ' PUSHING FORWARD. (By United PreeB.' Paris, France, July 26*—The French and Americans have completly turned Fere forest and are within six kilometers of Fere en Tardemos. On both sides the road from Mezy to Fere en Tardenios the Americans have repulsed counter attacks and pressed northward, capturing Franquet farm. OULCHY LE CHATEAU iAPTURED-MANY PRISONERS TAKEN. (By United Prese ) Paris, Jul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 26 July 1918

*m x i' * I BELTON EVENING NEWS ■ 'Vr.. ¡ÍÉá¿'5Íu.*-'- ISRt&lK! mm* Of: Trust Me! ~ Calomel ¡ver and Bowels «pintee I, f&reu ypnr liver and:jewels*: ráigh tened up without taking «icken-'-^ Jomel. Don't lose a day's work! *. «T « TÍ •. í X. } Tli«*rt*'w no r<HtM>n'wby a perno should take Ntetoenhig. Kulivuting chlo- rn H when « few cents buys.a lur^t* bottle of rMtKun'o Liver Ton#—á per- fect *ub*Hftite for calumet. It in af^pleaMunt, vegetable liquid which will «tart y«ur liver Just mm rarely a* calomel, but It doean't make you aick and can not salivute. (Children and Krowa folks can take Dodsoo'a Liver Tone, bee*use It Is perfectly harmless. Calomel is a duugeruuH drug. It la 8ama as United States. Two privates bad been discussing the French language. Silence fell be- tween them for a minute, when one spoke up snd asked: "Kay, what's moMHittiiKe in French?" ^The; *<I i'J-t P'«* of Sport Styles ■' ;; .:i !•' ' 'riHTcury nn<l attacks your bones. Tulw n dowe i/f n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 26 July 1918

J of a Geriíiaí Deserter , ¿ Written by a Prussian Officer^*? Who Participated in the Ravag*. jng and Pillaging of Belgium, , Cépyrii/ht h Detroit Frtt Prtui CHAPTER X—Continued. ——12— Night now came, yet no sleep nor fest was lu sight. No one knew liow much farther we would have to retire before there would be a respite. The unfamiliar surroundings Indicated to us that we were not returning over the road which we had traversed when, as victors, we marched to the Marne. With this and similar thoughts, hour after hour passed. Some of us ran along, others actually walked Id their sleep. Our boots were filled with wa- ter, yet we had to keep on. Thus the night passed. , The next morning troops of the main army were placed In the rear guard. They formed long columns which they opened to let us pass through, after which they closed ranks. We gave a sigh of relief, for we were at last free of hostile artil- lery fire. After marching about five more hours, we Joined a company of Infantry w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 26 July 1918

BELTON mm IERS H. . a vmé% Ea. ««4 rn . TKXAS Ra tocad M Meond oUu mall m ttor at Belton Tullí. Office of Publication, Sara«e Bldg. v * § ■ • • > m ^, ADVERTISING RATES: Dis- play, 18 conts per inch flat rate, with 15 per cent added ior special position. No display ad taken for leas than 50 cents. Locals 6 cents per line for less than three inser- tion*. OFFICIAL ORGAN CITY OF BELTON. This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war j Local Mention. ; HNNN ■••••••••• Tomorrow is The day, "watch your step." Chief Clerk Sam .Carter of the Treasury Department is here to- day from Austin. Miss Luci Blair has returned from a several days visit among relatives and friends in Austin. Miss Maude Dooley has re turned from a several days visit with friends and relatives in Dallas and Mineral Weils. Mrs. Elwood Pitts and Miss Mary Shea Mai lory returned yesterday afternoon from La Grange, where they spent a week among friends and rela- tes. Surgi...

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