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The Farmville enterprise. (Farmville, Pitt Co., N.C.) 1910-current, November 11, 1918, Image 1

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?J?, t . JSb A bdt of the Bine valley, roughly 250. miles long, from Cologne in the notfjfc to the Grand Duchy of Batto in "the South, a region crowded with war industries;' and inter sected by a railway system of vital strategil importance to the German army in France, is now a definite pert of th* war zone. Tfci* is one of the mo# stf^iin^ and significant develop ments of the Allied campaign, and how big axe its possibilities mag be ganged by the vast damage, both physical and moral, already inflicted upon the enemy It a the achievement of the Boyei Air Over the broaS sloping bordered by loW^tr^es, half a dozen other air ; : . .. r5? ig- lf ? ? ... planes are wheeling in the sonny sky. The amfr ?y? ?? glinting from their wing* and the colors ef their Insignia flash brightly as gnp torn and t^rlst., A score or moreof aviators perspir ing in Artie furs, fur-lined helmets and boots hasten here radthere while, men in soiled and greasy khaki cling t* the wings of the airplanes tagging to he free. "HP Nestling: m the border of trees are tiny bungalow huts covered with branches or ca^vaa to conceal them . 3V ?"/. T - ?" receive ?which tittle little post cards, ?"rir -i Biecond, <how Tie may regain : hie cord after having purchased his lead- all three of the cafda care THAN BEFORE FIGHTING : t# Mm ar Work m*m Tte total is WOO. each week 4o r ihe boys come tome tbev; have done their ^oloopjeo.wwre. eye an^ 8^r} T|have ie?M 3u caU number 121 TO i stare the morning you fj ? intfrsCe&a <J".T :? sJkt

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