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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 24 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 240 WHITE STAR LINER JUST1CIA TORPEDOED AND SUNK FRAN CO-AM ERIC AN S CONTINUE DRIVE ! AGAINST CROWN PRINCE'S FORCES; Had Landed Consignment of Troops From America and Was Coming Back for More ALLIES FIGHTING Heavy Downpour of Rain Slows Up Fighting but eczn VICTORY OF ALLIES ana rersnmg ire tieientiess in rursuu oj reur- in'g Huns; Decisive Blow Is Expected. (By Associated Press) AMERICAN ARMY ON AISNE-MARNE .FRONT July 24. ; Along the line north of Ghateau Thierry the Franco-Americans drove j the Germans out of nearly all of Cha-e-tinet forest Farther west the Ameri-1 cans drove through and beyond the;' town of Epieds. American . cavalry) was used at one point north of Cha- teau Thierry. The Germans are fight- ing haru but are unable to stop the advance. Despite the efforts of the Germans to bring up reserves the allies con- tinue to press forward today. Rai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 24 1918. OIL F1EL0 lliS km GOSSIP . -oil. 3IK.VS FKOMf TOMORROW l-LiG .pnsna an ft t ransfp.rs R. M.Ilaysct nx Co''P. Fitxhugh. I rf rooe Smith mnds near Tnekham TMin f41tk wl naif inn fVM (Via men. With tho chattW of r.mvmrr ' MP Y8t!q . of h W nc li nef will h t - n I ntnrrn v Tti r r. day. eveninz.at TrSO.o'clo-k. Tho c: art ih U- iNcit slrvc-v tertainmcnt will at Use City Parki J ; : . ' A t irwispjrr coieasv ti-1;. lieyun.K id Tho Texas Cr npany. acres orf thei ;'.ujih eiri oi wie wen -ai . i-i qnrtw oi i It. O.MRjikeii mtrvey No. 142; $l0i).- a mile nl' I . f !IV. on the Kiyo.i flam. The reparation of .i.; . wed hick- ens and beef was hegi.n .!.. a?H rll other arrangements 1 r h- j'j arc wearing completion. T'in will waterm Ions. bcn t 'li'-r lr ; eacies in addition tr 'he i . ; :ta menu and a f' x sp--.' Ins v :!1 he -livered. D. F. . John.-n UI r I1 1l'.e praur.' on hi- : vn: ui'ii ;y v icjnark alro.t rum' i !:. ; i Robert T HiH a ill i i ' - '-ne. . ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 24 1918. VJLLIi II While - - lMiono 22 r. s. MAitrxEs :iattj.k-so.g. pHi:ins Auxiliary if ('nircin llaplisk country '."but in Franco Russia Italy ; TI..- Woman's Auxiliary of the ;"og-.arid Syria. Jerusalem Is to bo a Y. W. jsin Avenue liaptiKt chur?h mot in nnC A- center for the Eastern Medi.ter- inn usually mtcrvtij)g session Monday ranean coast. An urgent call for help Ja- the homo of Mrs. AV 1). McChristy. j'froni Ithly. is hcing met by workers I The Y. AV. A. of the church mel in who- Will go to places in that country joint session with the Auxiliary and where they are most needed. Fifty ... 1.1. i ..... . n. I wnrlrorri ' n rr ill liiniifr n'li.-l li TiiJitiv Mrs. J. M. ilouiiDit' trt -tender for the! no-re arf 'OIU Several are in Rus- afternoon. -.!. D. fW CSainnhell. led sm- vnp iromconue proiccuon oi women anil girls anected by ire war is 'the .tKsk undertaken liy the Y. AV. C A. AjTl the resoruees of the soc iety" long exjjerienee v illi -il ls and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 24 1918. ' T 'A HE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN . MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon except Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin Build- ing corner Brown and Lee Streets Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONE Editorial Office No. 22 Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in th columns of The Daily Bulletin will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the publishers. The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. THE .1UDG.HEST OF HIS FRIENDS. The campagin for the governorship which is to close after three more days involves not only the political fate of James E. Ferguson and Wm. TV! Hobby but it involves the honor of the state of Texas and the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 24 19W. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED FOR RENT WANTED Five passenger Ford. See j FOR REXT Furnished Wilbur Smith. room. 240tf I modern. Phone J-330 or 729. 240t WANTED Any kind of second hand FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for lumber. Phone 4S4. 243p light housekeeping with aJjolning -- 'Ibath. Phone J-99S. 240tf wa.mu second nana ceiling fan. Horn & Mayo Photographers. 243c WANTED Any Kind or welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. 171tfc FOR SALE FOR SALE Dining table. Phone J-45 FOR SALE Two ton Wichita truck TJpof rlnco rnnfl?f5nn Wnlknr.Rmtili I wAAiftu .iceiy lurmsneu moaern'Q0. 229tf house. Phone 3C4 or call at 1101 Cog-J U ; : -gin Avenue. 23StfFOR SALE Four burner Perfection oil stove and oven. Phone J-&55. 23Stf WASTED Bodge or Ford not later than 10 or 17 model. Phono 110. C. JL Gilliam. 240pj FOR SALE Full blood white Leghorn TTCZ. ' 1' rooster. Call IC03 Avenue B or phone WANTED Position clerical Or out-j10l7 - v 243c door work. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY JULY 25 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 241 CROWN PRINCE'S ARMY IN GRIP OF ALLIED PINCHERS GERMANS USE TO ESCAPE F . : Lines of Communication Slowly Being Broken Threatening Loss of Entire Army. ' By Associated Press) 1 LONDON. July 25Alt is estimated tiiat there are -four hun- dred thousand Germans fiprhting within the triangle the gate of which is Fere de TardenoLs. The sides of. this triangle are being squeezed by the allied Jinnies. It is rumored that the Brijjsh made a great advance in the direction of Fism midway between liheims and Soissons. It is also reported that the Freneh advanced on the Aisne and Manie front iii another direction and the armies f the Crown Prince are in a position from which it is t : impossible to extricate them. nnnill IPTP 0(111111 ill! Nine divisions of reserves from h III fi h S I. A N ihn nf frmvn Prinw Kupprecht of Bavaria and one di" vision from the eastern-end o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 25 1918. OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP STABLE OIL -TRICES SOrCUT UY RLFIM-RS AM) OIL I'KOmCERS TULSA. OkJa. Following" the rec- ommendations of A. Bedford chair- man -of the national petroleum war service committee and M.- L. Requa. oil administrator who spol;e here at i o'clock this evening at the city park a joint meeting ot oil refiners and pro- qn the .Bayou. If thnv have bden ov- ducers. the advisory committees on'erjcckod in the disrfmtlon of tickets production and on refining and mar-? and imitations they fare urged to at- keting of the Mid-Continent fieUjtend the frolic anyway since the ov- made public. their plan to stabilize oil crsfelit has been unintentional and prices. ; due largely to the lack of an-accur- The committee adoted the following ato list of nftnie initials and ad- schedulo of premiums that refiners; defies. : and purchasers pay producers above j The city park llocatcd on Pecan the market prices: ) Dayut ' nbrtn bf town. To reach It dishi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 25 1918. fWJW ANY TIME We can servo you in any kind of stenographic work letters copy and dictation. Phone 15. Box 44. 1 We Have for Quick Sale tke fallowing- Tbey nnst fee seW this week therefere we have est the prices dawa te where they will sell: No. 1 High Grad'e Piano used $168.00 No. 2 High Grade Piano used $145.00 No. 3 High Grade Piano used $125.00 No. 4 High Grade Piano old style good condition $40.00 No. 5 High" Grade PianOi old style uu.gaod practice con- dition . M $25.00 No.?6 one very fine Violin at' I.: $50.00 V fOouvonicnt terms may bo a trailed on 1he above men- tioni'd bargains.) No. 7 one Library Table 4 by 6 feet .good office table at $8.00 No. 8 one Majestic Range Stove with boiler when new this stove cost $100.00. will sell for $35.00 No. 9 two Piano wagons to sell at buyer's price. No. 10 two good horses will work any where 8 and 9 years old will sell cheap. Ne. 11 one Ford truck bed. for heavy hauling. Price rifcht. No. 12 one Ford del...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 25 1918. TJIP ffDAWM WflIH RTIf I PTIlf German' -to acceptthe only terms of llUjURlnnnUUIUUliULilill p0ace which coul(i be I)ermanent and MAYES PRINTING CO. PKUPS. Member Associated Presg Published every afternoon except Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin Build- ing corner Brown and Lee Streets Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONE Editorial Office ... No. 22 Any erroneous rejection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation "Which may appear in the columns of The Dally Bulletin will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of -the publishers. world-wide In their application . "Re- membering the "scraps' of paper" which were torn up by Germany at the beginning of the war the allies; intend too to require more accepta-l ble security .than 'Germany's unsup- ported word that the peace terms' will be respected after they -have beon formally accepted by the German gov-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 25 1918. iVURf 0 I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED WANTED A piano box. Phone J-592. WANTED Five passenger Ford. See Wilbur Smith. 240tf WANTED Any kind of second hand lumber. Phono 4S4. 243p WANTED Second hand ceiling fan.! Horn & (Mayo Photographers. 243c WANTED Any Kind ot welding; sat- kfacthan guaranteed. Phone 113. FOR SALE FOR SALE New typewriter on easy terms. Phono J-45. tfdh FOR SALE Two ton Wichita truck. First class condition. Walker-Smith Co. 229tf 171tfc FOR SALE Full blood white Leghorn rooster. Call 1G03 Avenue B or phone 1017. 243c FOR SALE Good milk cow with heifer calf at bargain. Call at 1G03 Avenue B or phone 1017. 243c WANTED -Nicely furnished modern ;TW0 HUNDRED and eighty feet four house. Phone 364 or call at 1101 Cog- gin Avenue. 23Stf WANTED Position clerical or out- door work. Sfarried teacher. 31. W. Glasscock 1202 Fisk avenue. 243p and half casing for sale at 75 cents. Al condition. Phone 434. 242 FOR SALE Two Ford touring car...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 25 1918. - .1 . Women Wearables at Wonderful Reductions! The time has neyer been when the call for economy has been as urgent as now. No right thinhing person questions this important fact. But this does not mean that you are to deny yourself the things you need or the things your station in life demand. Buy where you can get the best at the smallest outlay of money. SILK TAFFETA SUITS $35.00 Taffeta Suits for.$19.85 $25.00 Taffeta Suits for. $1375 $15.00 Taffeta Suits for. $10.00 SILK JERSEY SPORT COATS Iii R6sev Kclley Green and Copen. regular $10.0 value only $645 j : 1 ' " v SILK SKIRTS ' WHTTE -SATIN AVJiite $at1h w. 'wash skirts in tlie Litest styles.' : '$14.75 values' for J$9.85 $8.45 $7.45 $10.00 to .$10.U5 plaid silk skirts for $7.45 PRETTY WOOL SKIRTS Plaids stripes or solid colors $7.98 $8-50 $9.0S to . .$12.50 $12.45 values for $.9.08 values for FANCY SILK SKIRTS Plaids or sffipes at $5.45 WHITE WASH SKXKTS $2.98 $3-4S antl up. ONE-THIRD OFF ON S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN 8 PAGES TODAY OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY JULY 26 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 242 FALL OF GERMAN ARMY MOMENTARILY EXPECTED HEAVY GUNS MOVED UP BY ALLIES ARE POURING SHELLS INTO HUNS Murderous Cross-Fire from Heavy "Artillery is Reaching Points Far Behind German Front and Retarding the Withdrawal of Crown Prince's Army. AMERICAN ARMY ON THE J MARNE July 2C The allies moved up .their heavfest guns early today and ' were throwing big shells into the German lines as far as Saponay five and one-half miles northeast of .Oulchy-le-Chateau and beyond Fere en Tardenois two miles southeast of Saponay. The district to the south is also be- ing peppered with the shells from the allied artillery. The indications' are 'today that the -enemy is preparing for a further with- drawal. He has been struggling to hold the northern half of the forests of Fere and Riz but the allies are malting progress in cutting him off from the remainder of thes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 July 1918

BROWNWOOD TEXAS. JULY 26" 1918. it OIL FIELD HEWS AND GOSSIP Oil Men and Ladies Quests of Brownwood Chamber of Commerce at Splendid Picnic Last Night One of the most unique and thor- lug to interest big capital in the ouphly onSoyablo entertainments of' the series which have been prepared for the ril men by the towns and cities of Cent i. 1 West Texas since the his; era of development In this section bo- Kan Jjsi nr. b"-n " night by the Brownwood Chamber of Commorc? to the oil men or this vicm- ity together with their ladies. There were persons m attendance of whom 2" ueie guests of the Chamber Of Conimerr The oat'ii.. v. nidi was a 'ombina- lion oi mh.-sunimer pi ni Jioover - - ized tea party and oil men s mven- tion was on the bank of tbe Pecan Bayou in what is known as the Cityi Park. Here the enti rtainmciit cqn-j mittee of the -Chamber of Cummerrr ( nrenared a "feast 'for the visitors whh-h will be lone remembered in tiie.se davs of high cost of tutin?. There as harberued chick...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 July 1918

4 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 26 '1918. July Clearance Sale! Out of our July Clearance Sale we have selected the folfqWang merchandise for the benefit of the ladies who expect to do their shopping; tomorrow. You will do well to visit this store as early tomorrow as possible. We place on sale 18 Dress lengths in Fancy Voiles . (5 yard lengths) former prices 75c to 85c yard choice. . . $1.95 Specials in White Skirt lengths in plain ahdi $1.45 to ' : .: 60e ancies WHITE SILK HOSE i s : 15 dozen White all Silk full fashioned Hose; by today's express a regular $2.50 hose. On sale the pair. $2.00 J. W. JENNINGS Exclusive Ladies' Store I BROWN EOF COUNTY OIL FIELDS (Continued from Pago 2) of petroleum in the underlying Missis- i sipian which lind hitherto been pracr itfcally scorned and neglected. Verily J the stone which the builders hadre- jjerted lias now become the chief of 'the corner. Naturally the deduction j followed that if the Bend Series con- tained good sands at its top middle and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 July 1918

TIE BROWNWOGD BULLETIN MAYES PAINTING GO. PROPS. Member Associated Pres3 Published every afternoon except Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin Build- in& corner Brown and Lee Streets Entered at the Postofficeat Brown- wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONE Editorial Office Ko. 22 Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns-of The Daily Bulletin will be gladly corrected upon .its being brought to the attention of jbe publishers. The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the-usofor republication ofipaign in the new Fourteenth district all .news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also tho local news published herein. THE HOBBY TICKET. The Bulletin has again been urged to outline the Hobby ticket for state offices and presents it herewith ac- cording to the viewpoint of this paper attempting to mention only those state candidates who are known by th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 July 1918

BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. JULY 26. 1918. 1 Shipment of Carrier Pigeons Made Into A Pie Through Misiae (By Associated Press.) LONDON July 2C The most ex- pensive pigeon pic which perhaps has ever beea served anywhere was en- joyed by members or the allied diplo- matic colony in Jassy last spring. One February afternoon one of ihe allied ministers received a crate of fine piseons. There was no mark to indicate me scnacr. une pigeons were killed and cooked that evening and a number of the Minister's col- leagues including American Minister Vopica had their fill of pigeon pie. A wcok later a delayed telegram reached the Minister who had been host at the dinner. Ii was from a high military officer of his govern- ment directing him as to the disposal of a "Very valuable consignment" of carrier pigeons which had been sent hiiii from a long course of training and -which were designed to take an important part in certain highly con- fidential negotiations then pending HOW TO PItO'0rXCE WAR SAXES. I ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 261918. he l V Loyalty 1 r Honesty That s 'A Vote for Hobby is a Vote against the kaiser of Germany and His unspeakable crimes! J This is the man who is loyal to Woodrow Wilson the American Nation and the American Armies in France. ' This is the man who is responsible for the Ten-Mile Zone that protects your sons from liquor and the bootlegger. Issue Governor Wm. P. Hobby. A Vote for Hobby is a Vote for honest gov- ernment in TeAas and thehonestuse of the State9s money! This is the man wh6 is responsible tor the adoption by Texas of the National Federal Amendment that makes a clean nation. This is the man who is responsible for the white zone law that protects your sons from the blight of deadly disease. This is the man who is responsible for the law that allows the women of Texas to vote and thereby represent their sons brothers husbands and sweethearts while they are away fighting the infamous Hun. Vote for HimTomorrow andNakeHis Majority Twice 156500 AND -...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUDY 261918. nr.- 'S-' CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED WANTED A piano box. Phone J-592.jFOR SALE New typewriter on easy! WANTED Five passenger Ford. See Wilbur Smith. 240tf WANTED Any kind of second hand lumber. Phone 4S4. 243p WANTED Second hand ceiling fan! Horn &. Mayo Photographers. 243c WANTED Any Kind ol welding; sat- Icfactlon guaranteed. Phone 113. 171tfc WANTED Nicely furnished modern house. Phone 3C4 or call at 1101 Cog- gin Avenue -238tf WANTED Position clerical or out- door work. Married teacher. M. W. Glasscock 1202 Fisk avenue. 243p WAKTET) A nnQJMnn n hnnVliAonor r x ... t-. T. aua ii ijibu .experience nuierenues -""w """FOR SALE Blank OIL Leases. Chatte' WANTED Employment ly man in-! Mortages Vendor's Lien Notes Re- side preferred. Reference furnished lease of Vendor's Lien Notes War- J. C. McQueen Blanket Texas. 242c Deeds etc. at Daily Bulletin WANTED To ouyecond hand furn?! tltre. New Second Hand Store 110 j FOR TRADE My equity in a 15-room...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 July 1918

8 BROWNWOOD BUIlLETIN JULY 26 1918. Appreciable Savings in Sheeting Sheets Domestics and Towels Cotton materials show greater advance in price than any other fabric in common use in the home. You will do well to carefully consider the items listed below and come to our store today prepared to supply your wants for -many months in advance. WEARWELL SHEETING 9-4 bleached sheeting worth today 70c wholesale for only. . .65c; PEPPERELL SHEETING 1 0-4 bleached worth. today 75c wholesale for only. : . . . 70c SHEETS Heavy 72x90 bleach sheets only. .$1.39 SHEETS Heavy 81x90 bleach sheets only i $1.6 9 FILLOW CASES Daisy fine 50c cas 36x42 and. 36x45 for only . ... ...... .450 BATH AND FACE TOWELS INiALL SIZES 65c Towels on sale for 50c '. . .... .$ .00 pair 50c Towels on safe for 42c. ............. . ..84c 35c Towels on sale for 32 1 -2c . . . .65c 25c Towels on sale for 22 l-2c. ........... 45c 20c Towels on sale for 17c . . ..." 34c pair" 18c Towels on sale for 15c . . . .30c pair COMPLET...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 July 1918

"SnSri BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 27 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 243 LULL IN OFFENSIVE WHILE HEAVY ALLIED GUNS BOMBARD GERMAN RANKS 500000 AMERICAN SOLD ERS HAVE BEEN TRANSPORTED SAFELY Tw o New Army Corps Under Generals Reed and Pundy Have Been Organized Service; Weekly (By Associated Press.) J WASHINGTON July 27. General: March announced today that the; Thirty-Second division commanded by f General Haan and composed of Mich- igan and Wisconsin troops is now in the Vosges sector. The most striking .advance since Wednesday -which is noted in the weekly war rayiew of General March was made by. the British west of Rheims. This .advance -was a mile and. a half on a front of four miles and marked the source of special danger to the enemy because it plac- ed his forces to the south' in a very awkward position. The German attack upon Eprads only delayed the American progress the troops again being in movement forward. npnPM...

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