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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 27 July 1918

• t) THE BELTON EVENING NEWS THL VY-FOURTH YEAR. BELTON, TEX \S, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1918 VOLUME 34 NUMBER 252 POES THE FOOD ADMINISTRATION PAY? THE ANSWER ^ BRIEF RESUME OF HOW ' SUGAR AND FLOUR HAS BEEN KEPT WITHIN THE BOUNDS OF CONSUMER : DURING YEAR ENDING MAY 31, 1918. Does the Food Administration pay? Here is the answer of the ¡Food Administration: I "The chief job of the Food Administration is to feed the al- lies and our soldiers. I "Saving of money to the con- umer is a secondary job. This oney is saved through the elim- ination of speculation, through elimination of profiteering, and through stabalization of all food prices* In general, the Food Ad- ministration claims to have steadied all food prices by keep- ing the public informed of the presence of cheap and abundant ¡foods, such as potatoes, and by urging conservation of less pbundant foods, particularly those foods which can<be shipped abroad. Two important foods may be taken as example. They are wheat and sugar. "...

Publication Title: Belton Evening News
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 27 July 1918

I r: a'' ■jr.. r BELTON EVENING NEWS RIGHT HANDLffft ng and Rak- ant Factors in sting. I * TIME OPUAY TO MOW -'*1 ■ i ,'•*< ' > 1 With Mull Acreage It I Customary to Waft Until Dew la Off—Grow- er Should Inform Hlmaelf by Making Experimente. ' i rl',' (Prepared bjr the United Statee Depart- ment of Agriculture.) There la considerable difference of Opinion among bay growers as to the best time of day to mow bay. 8ome never cut bay when the grass is wet, others start mowing at any time, and noma mow In the afternoon only. When considerable hay Is grown it is necessary to keep the mowers going moat of the day. Some growers of al- falfa In the South and East mow hay even when a light rain is failing, be- cause unfavorable weather makes it impossible to get the crop in time If the mowing la all done in good weather. When the acreage grown is small, it Is customary to wait until the dew Is off or to cut only in the afternoon. While this practice Is desirable In some cases, in others...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 27 July 1918

HELTON EVENING NEWS 9 • o • «yfi msí: ITOW: wwm ** M&BY CBA.W^lBO^iER CATS IN SUMMER. "Cats really tre about the only sen- sible creutures there are," said Mrs. Ill tick Cot. "I agree with you," salt] Mi¡w Gray Cat.- "They stay by the fire when u's cold and they do nothing when ft'ti hot." "That's the way rats do," agreed Miss Gray. "I really agree s i«h you most decidedly, cats are very «f risible." "1 can't help thinking about it now, roost especially," said Mrs. Black Cat. "Why <!o you happen to think of it now?" asked Miss Gray. "Look and you will see." unswerei Mrs. Black. Miss Gray blinked her green eyes, and Mrs. Black blinked her green eyes! They were hoth blinking now. "I see," said Miss Gray, "purr, purr. I see. And isn't that too ubsurd for words?" "Too absurd for words," agreed Mrs. Black. "What are they running about in llint wild fashion for, do you know?" asked Miss Gray. ^ "They call that a gome of tennis." paid Mrs. Black. "There have been |times whep I have ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 27 July 1918

OFFICIAL ORGAN OTY OF BELTON. This paper lias enlisted with the ¿overnment in the cause of America for the of the w Local Mention. • )MN ■•••••••*« Porf. L. H. Hubbard has re- tnrntd from Austin. W. W. Huir was over from Temple this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Warten of Port Worth are here on a lew days visit. J. T. Dooley has returned from a few days visit among relatives in Temple W. H. Hamilton Jr., of Hous- ton is the guest of relatives here for a few days. Gene Lisenbee is here from Gillatn, La., in order to cast bis vote in today's election. Mrs. Ira Warren and children and Mrs. Andrew Warren are here from Dallas on a few days ▼i it. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Warren are here from Dallas, where they have been spending the past several months. W. W. Safley was in from his larm today and gave us a call, and also ran his subscription up, to help the News keep its fire insurance paid up. Carl Smipi and hie wife came in trom Durant, Okie, today, to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 5 August 1918

. ikmiMmifawnrti * ■ •?>? ® o / I o M' THE BELTON EVENING NEWS THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. BELTCN, TEXAS, MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1918 VOLUME 34 NUMBER 25* £1 GERMAN RESIST ANCE STIFFENING. (By United Press-) With the French Army at Front, Aug. 5, 2:30 p. m —The German resistance is stiffen- ing all along the Vesle river* French patrol which have crossed at many points report that the indications are that the enemy still has large forces on the riven The Germans are employing artillery free- ly to harass the allied troops* Muizon, near Rheims, was hotly disputed but the Germans were pushed back and the French put three small forces across there* SUNDAY'S WAR NEWS, YANKS TAKE MANY PRISONERS. (By United Prose.' The Germans, it is indicated by official staff dispatches today, may make stronger re- sistance along the Vesle line than had at frist been expected, although the Allies have estab- lished bridgeheads at Fismes, Bazoches and Jonchery and are moving inward from the flanks north of that lin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 5 August 1918

REI/TON EVENT\r; NEWS •• Ufe §0: mñ* m iwr. 1 , H |é$¿, F?t. • m§ — — ,— CORING HAY CROP IN COCK j, if—?■ Method Now Generally Practiced ftheii; Barf^ Quality 6t Ugunie J Desired. fXlfi LABOR B REOUED Found Niwnry to Get Rid of Water In Plant Kvanly—Correct Way to Mild Cock Whan Working ' With Qraan Hay. (Prepared by the United States Depart- ment of Agriculture.) One of the beat methods of curing hay la to cure In the cock. This method lt< not generally practiced except In re- gion whore unfavorable weather Is the rule rather than the exception, or when tho beat quality of legume hay la desired. Throughout the middle West, where hay loaders are used, bay la not cocked because of the extra labor re- Quired and the Inability to handle cocked hay with the hay loader. It has been shown that It Is neces- sary to get rid of the water In the plant evenly. On a sunshiny day hay must be raked after It has been In the swath a certain length of time, or the leaves will become dried out and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 5 August 1918

. BEJ.TON EVENING NEWS • I . The Dolly Varden Gown By SUSAN CLAQQETT (Copyright. 1918, by the McClure Newspa- per Syndicate) In the attic lClea nor Brooke dived Into the old horse-hair trunk that had once belonged to the great aunt after whom she was named. She was look- ing for and hoping to find something she could shape Into a dress for the dance on the fourth. Whenever she was at a loss for finery Aunt Elennor's trunk had been a veritable treasure trove, but so often had the girl gone through the contents she had small hope of finding anything that would be suitable for the party toward which she was looking forward with more than usual anticipation. Aunt Eleanor's gowns were all of th" heaviest brocades, velvets and satins, so stiff they would stand alone. She had never been stinted in money, as her namesake frequently was, and rich dresses, with here and there n time slain, that had come from Lon- don nnil were of a bygone style, had lain for long In (he horse-hair trunk under...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 5 August 1918

1 IK BELTON EÍEK1M KWÍ TEX Ar. ■nurwt m keeOD'1 clan nail matter at Baltoo, Tmh> Office of Publication. 0*r*f* BWg. ADVERTISING RATES: Dis- play, 18 cents per inch flat rate, with 15 per cent 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. < castor 1 a For Infants and Children «. In Use For Over 30 Year Always bears the Signature No more delajs and trouble in sending your Hemstitching and Picot Edge work out of town. It can be done nt the New Singer Sewing Machine office in Belton, on East Street, near the Belton National Bank. Mrs. Dovie Ray is in charge of the work. 7t Many Ills come from Impure blood. Can't have pure blood ■with faulty digestion, lazy liver and sluggish bowels. BUrdoc Blood Bitters Is recommended for and liver and purifv.ug the blood....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 6 August 1918

" .. . THE BELTON EVEMNO NEWS TH1RTY-FOURTH YEAR. BELTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY AUGUST 6,.ms VOLUME 34 NUMBER 260 FRENCH ARMIES STILL ADVANCING (By Unltod Presa) 3 Paris, Aug 6—The troops of the Allies are maintaining their position on the north bank of the Vesle river, despite the efforts of the Germans to eject them, the war office an- nounces. The French have again advanced north of Montdidier, occupying the west bank of the Avre river on a three mile front. With the Germans resisting fiercely along the Vesle river, the French artillery on the south bank of the river, this afternoon, laid down a tertffic fire on the tableland between the Vesle apd Aisne rivers. Crossings on the Aisne river^are also being heavily shelled. The French are undamaged by the Bosche artillery, but are awaiting the bringing up of more heavy artillery with which to destroy German machine gun nests before further ad- vancing. n' TBtilJL ST8ÜM It Made Him Sad, t BILL San Antonio, Aug- 6 —He is a Pole who Las made ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 6 August 1918

ONE-ARMED GOLFERS PLAY EXCITING MATCH FOR SOLDIERS' ATHLETIC FUND BRINGING UP "GRANDMOTHER" TO POUND THE HUNS «"d** <4 MAYER FOR JACOBS 4/1 Discussing the swaptof Mn?< for Jacobs, one Phlladelphli sport scrljy says: "Mpwr'i re- fusal to hIiIiIi- li.v Morun's uiiil thf catcher's signs whm his hlg- ges(..hund|cap. Iu pinches he wan proi$e to pitch carelessly. It Is KÍ^H'ctfd that he will do better In Pittsburgh. Mayer Is twenty-eight yenrs old ami Joined the Phil* In 1912. Ills best season was In 101.1, when he won 21 games and lost 1ft. In 1010 he won 7 and lost 7, ami last year he won 11 and lost 0." Í ütrtrírtitrtrtrCrCrti-trCttrtittirírCrCrtrCTtrtrt. KEYSTONE POSITION ON GIANTS HOODOOED Tough Luck Has Stood in Path of Four Second Basemen. In ■ sensational match at the Bayslde links, Arthur Lyons, the one- player of the Briarcllffe Golf club, defeated Louis Martuccll, the one- player of the South Orange Field club, one up. The game was played benefit of the committee on train...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 6 August 1918

BELTON EVENING NEWS Helping the Heat and Milk Supply W«clil Information Service, United States Department of Agriculture.) SILOS ARE BIG FOOD CONTAINERS ¿¡•'■i ■(■l.M'O The Pictures Show Feur Kinds of 8ilos, and the Construction of One. CANNED CORN IS FAVORED BY COW Succulent Feed Provided for Live Stock When Pasture Is Not Available. SILAGE RED||CES FEED DILL No Other Food Will Combine So Well With Dry Hay and a Little Grain to Produce the Maximum Economical Results. Can for the row—In a silo! Fruits and green vegetables are canned to supply succulent and pala- table foods Í# tWp-TtfTnlly during the winter. Succulence Is Just as essen- tial to the cow as to a human being. The abundant milk flow obtulned from June pasture to a large extent is due to the succulence of the grass. Silage provides succulent feed during winter when pasture Is not available. Silage Is palatable, and no other feed will combine so well with dry hay and a little grain to produce maximum economical results. U...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 6 August 1918

rfpr j&fgi ■' ¡ •" " . íüe mm ttBiís es n. a. ti.i.TW. TEXAS IimniI u iffOB'l clntx nall Mtt" •' Belton, t«zm. Office of Publication, Sava#« BW*-. CASTO RIA ADVERTISING RATKS: Dis- play, 18 Cfnts per inch flat rale, with 15 per cent 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 For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bean " the 8ignatare of No more delajs and trouble in sending your Hemstitching and Picot Edge work out of town. It can be done at the New Singer Sewing Machine office in Belton, on East Street near the Belton National Bank Mrs. Dovie Ray is in charge of the work. 7t Itching, torturing akin eruptions diaflure, annoy, drive one «vild. Doan's Ointment is praised for its good work. 60c at all drug stores Idvt. y ••••••«•«••••••••••••••• L Local ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 7 August 1918

o o I o o i 1 . .-.-ti I o o o THE (BELTON EVENING NEWS THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR, BELTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 7, 1918 VOLUME 34 NUMBER 2él GREATER ACTIVITY TODAY ON THE AISNE-VESIE FRONT. (fiy UflltPil Prase ) París, Aug* 7—There is greater activity reported this afternoon on both the extreme wings of the Aisne-Vesle battle front, where the Germans have concentrated heavy forces to oppose any flanking movement by the Al- lies. Heavy artillery firing is under way on the whole front Youths Enlisting Mus t Have Sworn Certificates. GERMAN ATTACKS REPOLSED OY THE ALLIES ANNOONCED. (By United Press.1 Paris, Aug. 7—The allied troops have re- pulsed German attacks against La Grange farm on the Vesle river line, and capturcd Siery-Salsogne railway station. The War office announces that west of Montdidier the Allies have made progress on a two mile front. ORITISH REGAIN POSITIONS THEY LOST YESTERDAY, r*., (By United Prese ) London, Aug. 7—The British made coun ter attacks against the Germans be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 7 August 1918

cA Touch of Temperament By VINCENT O. PERRY HELTON EVENING NEWS Gerlrude lyivdv, AT 77t£ QLD/PO/14/Y A/PCM /VMPC/tlNAJX L£J QA/rV t/j. JOu>/£y?j//r¿7?a/rr or TWA/ML 3Ar*M0i/J£ MAiXJL&J ¿ÍA/AJ 4 I i DOWN upon a beautiful French city descended a foreign military forre, capturing the place by «torna, oc- cupying It for eight daya and then marching away, leaving the Inhabl- Unta cheering, and waving friendly adleux. For the foreign force was the first party of American permls- slonalrv —soldiers on leave—and the dty waa Alx-les-Balns. the first American leave center in France. Here the French saw the Americans, at play and >rere satisfied. "Alx-les-Beans" the American boys pronounce it, at the Imminent risk of the name being short- ened to "The Beans." Alx—a jewel, clear-cut, with brilliant facets set in a frame of gorgeous moonlight and of wonderful opaline sunsets and sunrise*. This is the beauty spot to which are sent the boys in olive-drab, wearied by months In trench mud,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 7 August 1918

HELTON EVENING NEWS % DOBUTY OF SIX Use of Concealed Bed Solves Big Building Problem. CONSTRUCTION COSTftÉDUCED New Method of Eliminating Sleeping Apartments Makes Every Part of House Work Twenty-Pour Hours a Day. Mr. William A. Radford will answer questions and give advice FREE OP COST on all subject* pertaining to the subject of building, for the readers of this paper. Ci«: account of his wide experience as Editor. Author and Manufacturer, he is, without doubt, the highest authority on all these subjects. Address all inquiries to William A Radford, No. 1827 Prairie avenue, Chicago, 111., and only enclose three-cent stamp for reply. By WILLIAM A. RADFORD. One of the greut problems now con- fronting the large manufacturing in- stitutions of the country in the proper and adequate housing of the workmen employed ut the different plants. Sat- isfactory home building at a reason- able cost lias become the vital concern of the nation's business, just as it al- ways has been of the indivi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 7 August 1918

¿ WW +rt- ÜÉ ' ti II H I * ¿ ■ IJ n ií I I i I (HE SELTSypS REUS h. b. íotéjisJImí Pr f. tfflLTM. TEXAS launa m iMoad clam Bill «altar it Belton, *F TfXM. Office oí Publication. Ti|e Bldg. ADVERTISING RATES: Dis- play , 18 cent# per Inch flit rate, with 15 per cent added for special Eilion. No display ad taken for i than 50 cents. Locals 6 ccnts per line for less than three inser- tions. OFFICIAL ORGAN CITY OF BELTON. * - This paper has enlisted with the government in me cause of America for the period of the : war- ■ tMf •••••••• •••••••• •••• • I Local Mention. \ •••••••• ■••••••••? Jim Cafcallis is here today from Houston on a brief visit. Miss Margaret Holiday is vis- iting among relatives in Mc Gregor. > Mrs. Ms M. Carpenter went to Cameron today on an ex- tended visit among relatives. Mrs. Jeff Jackson and children have gone to Taylor on a few daya viait among relatives and friends. Mra. Darby and children of Thorndale are guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Jones. Mra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 8 August 1918

* I o ■ i m O O O o ,®T® o THE BELTON NEWS THÍRTY-FOURTH YEAR. BELTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY AUGUST 8, 1918 VOLUME 34 NUMBER 262 BRITISH AND FRENCH limCK ON A WISE FRONT. (By United Prose.) London, Aug* 8—Battle is again raging* The British and French under Field Mar- shal Haig attacked on a wide front east anc southeast of Amiens at dawn this morning, according to War office reports. The first reports indicate that the attack is progressing satisfactory. ALLIES BREAK DOWN DESPERATE GERMAN COUNTERS. (Uy United Pre*.' With American Forces in France, Aug. 8 —The Americans and French are crossing the Soissons-Rheims highway and driving on to heights between the Vesle and Aisne rivers. Desperate German counter attacks broke down under fierce allied artillery fire. The Allies are holding all the positions, and are steadily pushing on. flLLILS REACH IMPORTANT VILLAGES. (By United Pre With the British, Aug. 8—The French and British attacked between Morlancourt and Mofeuil on a front of about fif...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 8 August 1918

belton evening news 4m j t/ i; { £ ml Concerning School Frocks for Fall i " UK V L Incident That Kept' Mr. Business Man Wondering KANSAS CITYrl«-MP. HiisInesH Man was walkitlg nor Synth Orunil avciiuc. hurrying back from his noon luncheon. Ho was on of those circumspect Individuals who are kind to their fellow men, hut not given to heroics. Am he WHERE IS yommama? passed u Ford a little (jlrl called to bim. She wax crying. "My mamma left me here and 1 am afraid she la lout," she said, wiping her eyes with the hack of her hand. "Won't you stop and talk to me?" Mr. Business Man took u seat be- side the desolate little figure. After awhile he took her to a nearhy store and bought her a sack of candy. Tbe child aeemed greatly relieved at find- ing such a friendly man und confided In him that "mamma and papa didn't live together because they didn't get along and that mamma had left her there while she went to buy a new car." For half an hour Mr. Business Man waited for tbe forgetful moth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 8 August 1918

BELTON EVENING NEWS IUGH JENNINGS, BOSS OF TIGERS, AND UMPIRE SILK O'LOUGHLIN ALWAYS RIGHT GERMAN ALBATROSS IS BROUGHT TO EARTH BURNS WAS NO GOOO "I released Burn* to Phlludel phla hecuuse hi was a. failure at Ihc hat. because he.clogged the ![ base*. and was generally of no t use to a winning hall eluh." ex- {[ plained llughey Jennings. A*idí I lion Hums went out ami ha11«>41 Jrt\Vray to the top of the American- il/MigauriasMe of two months, and. totdnttct poetic punishment upon said . llughc.v a Jennings, came up five times and * poled Ave hits, Including a d u hie and a triple, right on the lot where he had heen a "fillure." %CrtrCt{ritirCrCrtrCrbirírCrCt<rCrCrü r08H 0 31 'I'" TWILIGHT BALL IS PROVING ITS WORTH -- i . >1 V" r " X Bfi *-«i¿ ■ ' r *>_« New System May Be Means of Saving Two Western Circuits. Pliolo by •sltrn Niwtpaprr I'nioit American Association and Western League Qaln in Attendance by 3tartlng Games Late to Ac- commodate War Workers. Hugh Jehnings "Sil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 8 August 1918

fíg&mit'v ,s * • — V ' «?•' • . .. 1 BELToa mm m M. a. 9w*i*, Ea. «má fin MsTíTCW. TEXAS __ v Balar ) M MOOad olas* mail matter at Ballon Taut. Office of Pnblleatloa. Bldg ITISINO RATES: Dis- play, 18 cents per inch flat rale with i$ per cent added for specie position. No display ad taken for lesa than 50 cents. Lócala 6 cents for less than three Inser- OFFICIAL ORGAN CITY OF BELTON. ■ i m í& ¿ Ep£ ' p ií (Kit This paper has enlisted with the government tnthe cause of America for the period of the war 1 •••••••«•••••••••••••eeei Local Mention, j «■« ntSMMM American Soldier'a fonght like fiends, a ^British officer says On page 8 of the News today, Dun't miss it, it's a good one. • •I" Up to this evening there baa 29 bales of cotton received In Belton so far this season Bigbt of them were received to- day. Today Mrs J. S. Morgan re- ceived by mail from her son,who is on the battle fields of France, a German steel helmet, it was fcnailed in France on Julv 22. It has doubtless b...

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