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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 9 August 1918

.-.'iEH -opto-. * O SHE BELTON EVENING NEWS THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR. BELTON. TEXAS FRIDAY AUGUST 9, 1918 VOLUME 34 NUMBER 263 BRITISH LEAP FORWARD IN FLANDERS TODAY. (By United Pre London, Aug. 9—The British troops while sweeping forward on their new offensive front in Picardy, suddenly advanced in Flan- ders today, making an initial progress of two miles on an eight mile front, along the south- western portion of the Flanders salient, it is reported by the War office, with the capture of five villages* In Picardy, the capture of Morlancourt and the arrival of the British cavalry at Chaulnes Junction is reported unofficially. The War office reports fourteen thousand German prisoners taken, and an uncounted number of guns. BRITISH TAKEÜÉ PRISONERS AND VILLAGES. BOLSHEVIKIS DECLARE WAR WITH ALLIES (By United Preea.) Washington, Aug 9-The State Depart ment has received of- ficial advices confirm- the report that the Bol- sheviki government has declared a state of war existing with the allie...

Publication Title: Belton Evening News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 9 August 1918

\ BELTON EVENING NEWS Calomel Users? Listen To Me! | ttr TauCHruggiat glyw b&kyotu:JJpnex if it doesn't * *ei^liv^^w*lr and 1sfa'ai#rte* í i." 4 up without making you sick. . . J fi ?r v* . ♦ * " " "v UJL U«hr€al< ÜRht' Caloinet, ra*keíyou"«lek. It's horrlbli! Take a ílose bf the dangerous drug tonight'and'tomorrow you aay' lose a day'vpork. ' Yv<? , ;! Calomeles mercury or qujoksjlver which cayses necrosis of the bones. OaloraVl, when It comep Into contuct with sour bile, crashes Into It, breaking It up. This Is. when you feel that awful nausea and cramping. If you are slug- gish and *fcll knocked out," If your liver is torpid and bowels constipated or you have headache, dirtiness, coat- ed tongue, If breath Is bad or stomach ■our, Just try a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone tonight. Here's my guarantee—Go to any drug store and get a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents. Take a Not a Comic 8Heet Boy. A Cleveland young woman ban a ten-year-old brother who ...

Publication Title: Belton Evening News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 9 August 1918

o o o ) V: The Confessions of a German Deserter Written by a Pruaeian Officer Who Participated In the . Ravaging and Pillaging of Belgium CHAPTER XVI—Continued. —14— Home again for a few hours; then away, a prisoner! At least he would fee able to get word to his wife by letter through the field posts. Finally he said good-by. His wife liad nothing to give him, no luundry, do food. Everything had been lost and she lived on the soldiers' bounty. She gave him her last money and he refused to take It. She accepted the money back. It consisted of a few 5 and 10 pfen- nig pieces and some coppers, all she bad. Unable to endure this we took a col- lection among ourselves. We made up more than 10 marks, which we gave to the young woman. She refused it at flrst, then looking at her husband, she took it and tried to kiss our hands. When we refused to let her do this she ran to a atore nearby and returned with cigars, tobacco, matches and sau- sage, which she gave to her husband. She smiled per...

Publication Title: Belton Evening News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belton Evening News — 9 August 1918

Sis' >Á s* \l ' Í# 7.- •; Jl;5* feíí:S Sfc*.«í >! tó.' fe. Ii<* AH r" ■ '£&■'■■$£ f K:\vi 1 *'■. '. :Xj jjjjE'? •': V-tf,V íS m*.A : .-■ . -• '"■■ • ' HS flit eaioypn es II. B. Sgvsg^Bd.aae M . */!LTCN. TEXAS ■ilwil m imovI olui uU matter it Balton Tim. Office of Publication. Savage Bids- ADVERTISING RATES: Dis- play, 18 cents per inch fl t rate, with 15 per cent added for special Kition. No display ad taken for 1 than 50 cents. Locals 6 cents per line for less than thtee inser- tions. official organ city of belton. This paper has enlisted vvjth the government m the cause 01A} merica tor the period of the war I Local Mention. | SHSMN ■••••••••• Miss Ada Burkes was a visi- tor in Temple this afternoon. Nelson K Smith and son of Waco, were here yesterday even ing. The families of W. J. Stone and Rogers Tulloch are enjoying a camping ont at Jones Mill on the Salado. Several bales of cotton came in today, and Tom Smith is ex- pecting a good run at bis gin tomorrow. Miss May...

Publication Title: Belton Evening News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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