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Daily Fayetteville Democrat (Newspaper) - July 8, 1916, Fayetteville, Arkansas DEMOCRAT M 207 M II M B n t A MONTH GETTING LESSONS IN CARE AND USE OF RIFLES HT LIFT ALBERT STILL HOLD ALL CROU J SAY GERMAN LOSSES 40.000 AND TYPHOID PREVENTIVES FOR GUARDS vi hold ink portions hdd tn IK KM the Teuton has I K J j h let tht enure battlefield a of i to f i f f Ai n mud w K I rne f the Tim t 11 R M n I S if i Prussian h te Un n I it i n the n I it If P< i e uf ll i i 11 from JM m e-i Un 1 t KJ t n u t i with the holding Mull ition tf thi tun The are rt j UK i wt Ij to have 10 000 kill B mU L S I hi td and wounded since the drue the first mu tt nil in Tim began thousand of d ho u tin fnsi to gu haie been taken as prisoners medii tA mm front UJ Men British forces this of turps mummied t minor engagements on th British i o tht ill with northward from brook tu i 01 th mipi n h At Hie Britons men i Pill P German positions Th the of ml d UlLr Germans aie fighting fiercely it e the u nip i win lo be icci entire region is being mined u it id then fust 01 British in jj tht u i ir despite i oon f tlie weather 01 thi Russian injection er strum front where the to morning gain are being with the fn m the interest iry 11 hat here Most of them agree that a re if officers by of the allies fiom ftd lit few days continual Iv militia Advance Toward The order from PARIS 8 French broke the lull in the fighting south of the Somme last night id this morning with slight additional tht German lines it North th it the of fid Washington into the federal lined i STORMS MAY REACH 120 LOCAL MILITIAMEN 17 ARE REJECTED f i HMil in Me w July S 11 n u u I is il r i itn that i n volt K d thit tht It s of lift t 111 td th wtp Ihi gull I n ict md rs cinj to i ml mjr t jtr-fcn-! to re ing the chihuahua w istes to I a A band of wn r tm j I UK D m- Liny Williams It I iht 8 l lk Nut ton Thi pirt to the drill fi lows The dull took plate m the liall field in front of inu giami comme last nigm -10 mis morning into tne sc jf Ml Dumber H moving toward ll Wis day There were no ud 1 hurs nut puked by the except t lo r n tb 8 i ELKS WILL PRESENT MUSICAL CABARET B F O E h is jubt to a musical at the Theatre on the ig of the hold neuti il aie to RO into the fund of the l Tht lie of MK IHrrj Clarke of About or I Ik will hue i show lui until the litter that i last fron report from lht has t tht torni in si fiom giv the I his total efl damage tj butW ill I thai then ne m for i bandit by us lack up tht the I are now w tht here WUH of thi it my me i here explain Hut tin lays in Kitting mfo touth witt arc thp of budici of Tori t on md tin rut f Ity hsn betn mid it IK that will be ri- Gineral all ill tin SAULT 1 mes md in Marine w the i in Okla 7 Corely uke the field and ih H Ilium railroad and tek P md his hearty of from i hp who tml Wil mr with SLAVS TAKE 3 VILLAGES iph md T Uni riled On their her P and wift r tht week murder of I lie ir alls CASES EPIDEMIC lifter Mp on the at M W was Won While two HI the boys f fm we is Ih mi Ih mil it II I o I i whin ijl J ir Id in By 1 ju t S IBM r md tht worn m wen ing to take charge of the Si ho pit il paralysis two later fht url s rt MW bten in tht is doubtful last twenty four making i to with tal of sime thy md Mr 1 W Hamilton whose one month ago home is the south jears of Miss Smith who came to Springfield K in I f ht im been closed The hot which is f m i tht kind thil m r I n UK i meret e m the pei i f Urmu i nK i f w mn u t from tht mil ulj tl i U ir m n f 10 lin 1 u Url flu C M H S th f nip nj hop July 1 lht f h Inui I tin n is fl rr m fr m shi mtt Hamilton It i ff lovt it fn t sinH md the so n win They wirt h ij riled i inside 2 is H ind in t itt in I ing put in at thi enti nut A h is The wilt h md f Ins f is IHI iJ m oil 1 for into r ork wilt 1 timt fu the I me I wis Jo ih i trie tho I j th w 1 or t r Th A i I i f the kin Is a look at our line of Kool NEW Weave Hart Schaffner Just and up to R J I BUCK STR up to Baiks 1 Yr ij Leghorns Panamas Splits and and CHAMPAGNE The thi mdst u d tin 1 11 ili hi noisily upt tin rice th t d ill Tc H ind wulk i d bifon Hul the flu M Vl hl amp my IS iv he id cif J I HOOP IK UN Mil in Ml Id j h will I hi N U 1 ttl fl hl h u ri I hi v i f H 1 j N w il illi fust r t MK e sr fiu fj f third n f mil
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