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Daily Fayetteville Democrat (Newspaper) - July 8, 1916, Fayetteville, Arkansas FAYETTEVULE DEMOCRAT. M MKLK 207 MtlvXN'iVN M II M I'llli I'KK B n t KNTs A MONTH GETTING LESSONS IN CARE AND USE OF RIFLES WflR DEP'I HT LIFT ALBERT; ILUB STILL HOLD ALL CROU J; SAY GERMAN LOSSES 40.000 AND TYPHOID PREVENTIVES FOR GUARDS vi hold ink, portions hdd tn IK KM coutiKr b> the Teuton ItRions Itdin has toiuerf I IFT1r R0( K J j h let tht enure battlefield inlw a of i to f. i f f Ai n mud iiuhtu ttmptia w K UIIK I rne IhouiBtid "f the kiixr Tim t 11 R M n I S if i ous Prussian h te htt-n klllid Uniei Un n I it i n the fiKhlnj. ir'-und (nntalnidisim n I it If P 10 000 kill. B mU L S I hi td and wounded since the Mlied drue .ompai the first mu tt nil in Tim began Fnentj thousand of d ho u tin fnsi to n't gu haie been taken as prisoners lefrulu iimv medii i! tA mm atiun front UJ Men uiiniUd British forces this nfternooii icpoiUd of ihe iitdmil turps mummied t minor engagements on th( British i o tht ill (ompimi with til-it northward from brook tu i 01 th, ijitU'ille mipi n h At Commceourt Hie Britons bombaitt men nullp Ktiulions iitri nnjiTii Tfti i rnnM Pill P German positions heuMly Th, the umt.on of ml, d UlLr Germans aie fighting fiercely it e the tUtul'i u nip i win lo be icci entire region, is being mined u it id then fust iijiitnin 01 British jejcphinis in jj tht u i ir) MIIIIU Jjjihv cellent serute despite unfivorabte i oon Ai'it tnstrition ,.f tlie seeuntl weather Opu ilion-. 01 thi Russian injection er ntitjuhoil strum wt1- front, where the conlmm. to liirun Satuidiu morning gain, are being nakhetl with the IPIII fn m the interest miht iry dttics 11 dipntmpit (hat jiielitmniix here Most of them agree that a re tmihcil itions if officers by tirement of the Ttutonic allies fiom ftd rnctlicdl officus lit diwont'n few days ordrret! continual Iv militia rntdicil Advance Toward Peronnt hownei The order" from PARIS Jul> 8 French broke the lull in the fighting south of the Somme last night id this morning with slight additional Hgainst tht German lines it Ptronne North th it the of fid Washington nusteied into the federal lined i thev STORMS MAY REACH 120 BJii R1SHI LOCAL MILITIAMEN TAKINC NORS: 17 ARE REJECTED [MAY ItKI'OHIS f i HMil' in Me w July S (.uiirnl 11 n u tifln> hirwkt u I is il "iiril r i. itn that i n volt BIIOM JjK K Renml d thit tht It s of lift t 111 td th JttimearKi nhith wtp Ihi gull Lniii.ii I ftshirtc n ict md rs cinj (Teuis) tountr> to i ml AinerKiin mjr totil t' I'O jtr-fcn-! to infoimatun re ing IIIK teioss the chihuahua w istes to I lunehi ninii a VV11H1 Mulapusa A band of Villisti.s Itttei wn r, tm j I UK D m- otrat todiy fnmi Liny Williams (ompatiy (foumrlv (ompany It) I't.rt I oftan I! liuols iht Julj 8 IltlH l' lk Nut ton :il diind Thi pirt nlntiiu: to the drill fi 'lows The rontcsl dull took plate m the buit- liall field in front of inu giami comme last. nigm. -10 mis morning musieiea into tne icocrai sc ,jf Ml tmknown Dumber H moving toward stllnt! ll Wis lftel (tllrlt day There were no mfantr> aetions ud 1 hurs whpthl, 1mv thp trunHportatimi of budici of Tori t on md tin rut f Ity hsn betn reHtoxd mid it IK ixptcted that will be [iiickiy ri- tmtlt Gineral rcpartH all (juitl ill tin f'ftrnil IGItMLR SAULT 1 ]H IifU mes md tthtr pr.pc.U in ulits midlfM DAKMENTK Marine w the fimtnmpmj rrtvlim i. ..orsom.llv in eountr> ffiiminjt uojis 11URANT Okla, JiiU 7 Corely uke the field and thty nuu.d ih, .H., w> Ilium timhe, vh.pp.m railroad and tek P McDarmtn md his 3Cp- hearty of .pplaii.e from i. ,hp who tml( Wil( jinll mr antj tlinatnij with octutmn SLAVS TAKE 3 VILLAGES; iph md T Uni riled On their idurn her P Mtlliiment and lif- wift r tht week murder of I lie. ir "alls 8HEW CASES EPIDEMIC; lifter pnektd griimMnu! Mp on the fitJd at aljoiit M W was f-jllowtd li> Won ____' While IhcM two timpinnh (Inlliitft (HI tut- I'ursu- the boys ..f (bmpmyH fm i] Eh! 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