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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 July 1918

07 Field Nerts and Gossip jTcCTLLOCH COl'NTY NOTES. Bcfwen Day's well on the Hall- Putton xrait U shut down fishing. Drilling lias been resumed in the Comfort well at Whitcland. after the c omplction dr a fishing job last week. A. V. Cooper is to more his rig to a location near Lolm during the com- ing week. .-cady progress has been made in .Ver-curv and Milburn seetknh during the week. Oil Leases and Transfers. Fred T. "Wood to T. P. Flanagan three separate assignments: lot acre. of the John M. Cleveland survcv Ml; .also 134 1-2 acres of W. W. Bia'.il sur vey in all being 23S 1-2 acjes. $1; lGjugo. acres of .Mary J. Kronis survey iesp . atres deeded to J. V. Mmtey out oz j sou lie half fact off tract assigned by wood to J. 11 Carter $1. Porter Phipps to Octo Oil Co.. Pub division 4G oi A. W. Armstrong sur vev TS'J. 100 u-res assignment; ?1. tliwest corner uus acing u:e pun-. piuues win wo mdot iu w?i-mu iiiJ th.. Ktv-Pnurili Cnnreq he vot- road. Si: cast one-half of east one- regul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 27 1918. 4JI-1 The Bank and The Individual LP I HE great Elbert Hubbard once said: "That which serves is sacred. Once a business man was a person who not on only thrived by taking advantage of the ne cessities of the! people but who banked on their ig- norance ot values. Today however all wise men know that we benefit ourselves only as we benit others." Even a bank must therefore depend for its suc- cess on the help of individuals. In seeking to achieve this end we look upon our customers as partners who are really responsible for the success of our efforts and only when our customers are thoroughly satisfied and benefited do we consider that we have a claim upon their future patronage. Workers in the Red Cross headquar- ters Thursday July 2.r were: Mes- danies J. A. Austin Shields and Stone of Brookesniith L. D. Jobe . W. B. Avinger John E. Robbins R. L. Mc- Gaugh C. S. Kyle John McCulley Horace Wilson S. C.. Young. The Citizen . m Jj 1 Mil Oi Browniood onal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 July 1918

4 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 27 1918. TIE BROWR WOOD BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. embAM(cltted Press Published every afternoon except t Sunday- Office of Publication Bulletin Build lag corner Brown and Lee Streets Eatered at the Postoffice at Brown- wood Texas as second class matter m t TELEPHONE Editorial Office No. 22 Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of fay person firm or corporation which ioay appear in the columns of The pally Bulletin will be gladly corrected iipo Its teiag brought to the attention f the publishers. : The Associated trass Is exclusively titled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or iot otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published kereia. THE BATTLE IS WOX. i As this is written the ballots are be ing cast In the most important elec Hon ever held in Texas and although the vote ias not been counted the Bulletin assumes that the fight which has been waged by. Governor Hobby an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 27 1918. CLASSIFIED WANTED WANTED A piano box. Phone J-592. WANTED Five passenger Ford See Wilbur Smith. WANTED Any kind of second hand lumber. Phone 484. 243p WANTED Second hand ceiling fan. Horn & Mayo Photographers. 243c "A' Position as house gin. r -n . i mini Appiy 10 nu uooKer street. ztijand protector. Best on the market WANTED Any Kind of welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. 171tfc WANTED Nicely furnished modern house. Phone 364 or call at 1101 Cog- gin Avenue. 238tf WANTED Position clerical or out- door work. Married teacher. M. W. Glasscock 3202 Fisk avenue. 243p WANTED A position as bookkeeper and typist Experience. References furnished. Phone R-756. 238tf WANTED To buy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store. 110 E. Broadway. Phone 975. 159tfc WANTED Furniture and household: goods. Highest prices paid in cash. Bailey Furniture Store. Phone J-312. dlSltfc -MAN WHO understands gasoline en- J LEFT WITH US to be traded for cat- gl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 July 1918

1 I I- s BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 27 1918. Special Sale On Toilet Articles Richard Hudnuts Gardenia Face Powder $1 Violet Sec Face Powder SOc Toilet Water large bottle at only .51 Cold Cream at only 25c and 5jc Talcum Powder at only 25c and..... 5gc Jergens Face Powder at only 25c Jergens Talc. Powder special 25c val. at.. .19c Jergens Talcum Special 19c values at 15c Jergens Talcum Miss Dainty and Orental 10c Jergens Face Powder Doris 50c Jergens Violet Glycerine Soap worth 15c Special oc Jergens Almond Coco Oil Soap Special 3 Cakes for 2SC Woodberrys Face Powder at .v.. ...25c Woodberrys Dental Cream at only 25c CHILI SAVED PROM TOTAL ELIMINATION WAR INDUSTRIES SECTIO.Y TAKES IT OUT OF LIST OF SOX- SSSEXTIAL FOODS. (Special to Bulletin.) DALLAS July 27. The War Indus- tries Section of the Associated Indus- tries of Texas officially connected with the national war l)oard has just saved a time-honored institution on the list of Texas edibles from the un kind fate of the "non-essentia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 July 1918

BROWNWOOB BULLETIN PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY JULY 29 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 244 ENTERED ON SAVING RETREATING ARMY GERMAN EFFORTS NOW C ill i mmm hot on trail of 1 RETREATING GERMAN FORGES Steady Advances Made in Spile of Stubborn Resistance Offered By Boches; Americans and French Cross Ourcq River in Face of Machine Gun Fire. (By Associaed Press) 'AMERICAN ARMY ON" THE AISNE AND MARNE July 29. From Rheims the line now extends almost straight southwest to Olisey et Volaine. The fereet fti k row lchid tbc allies. They are holig Champ Voisy north- west f the forest In this region the efeemy has higher ground giving him tharatag i the artillery duel sow in precress. Reiaferced by two crack divisions of the FrtMtaa guards the Germans vow are attermg tke stiff est resistance yet displayed against the Americans north of the Ourcq. The French and American troops are slacking vigorously against the stlffenta German rear. Early today the prospects were that before night the liae w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 July 1918

2 rT3m? BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 29 191 8; TIE BROWH WOOD BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Jiember Associated Press Published every afternoon except Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin Build- lag corner Brown and Lee Streets Entered at the Postotfice at Brown- 3ood Texas as second class matter 7 TELEPHONE Editorial Office No. 22 Any erroneous reflection upon the character stauiling 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 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. This town of Chateau-Thiorry nhnnf u'hfrli wo hr-f lippn rnadiiiEr SO much and talk:i:: si- much since thejally Sammies got inu action and whipped the Huns there has been read about and talked about before. Indeed if 'the town h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 29 1918. J r CLASSIFIED WANTED WANTED Five passenger Ford. See WJlbur Smith. 240tf "WANTED Sewing wsshingMiriror ing. Apply at llll Brady Ave. 245p AA'i'tu Position as house girl. Apply to 110 Booker street. 243tf WANTED Any Kind or welding; st- tafactle guaranteed. Phone 113. ' 171tfc WANTED Nicely furnished modern liouse. Phone 364 or call at 1101 Cog- 'gin Avenue. r - 238tf WANTED A pos'klon as bookkeeper and typist Experience. Beferences furnished. Phone R-75G. t 238tf "WANTED To Buy second hand furni- ture.. New Second Hand Store 110 E. 'Broadway Pnone 975. 159tfc WANTED Furniture and bos Behold seeds. Highest prices paid in cask. Bailey Furniture Store. Phone J-312. dlSltfc MAN WHO understands gasoline en- gines -deal regfr pes tt ton withsow..!;- lIablilKcn'oBtS. -rr240tf WANTED All kinds of aecead hand Aeasofceld goods. Will pay highest cuk price. W. C Bowden Furniture Cm. Phone J-937. "WANTED Salesman for high grade office specialty on commission bas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 29 1918. "" Specially Priced Merchan- dise of Timely Importance Some specially priced items fallow. Values in every instance are splendid. MiVGt- Colored Dress Voiles and Tissues In plaids stripes plaids and fig- ured designs. C9c values only 4Sc 85c values only 69c 48c values only S9c 39c values only 85c One lot dress Flaxons in stripes and figures worth 3c. only28c One lot summer dress materials in stripes and figures worth 35c for only lo BATHING SUITS CAPS AND SHOES Remember there many weeks of bathing 4eft this season. Vomen's bathing suits in black and "White regular $2.48 value for only j $ji9$ Bathing Caps only 2 IT-TITf. 23c Bathing Shoes 25c to " tQC (Men's Bathing Suits worth $1.50 for only .$1.00 Boys' Bathing Suits worth 75c for only 50c fl mTHK STORE FOR PERSONAL ITEMS Adolphus I. FaJbus left last night for Temple. Miss Mary Phillips has returned from Ballinger. Miss Gussie Lee Richardson left last night for Temple. Fred Grady spent Saturday and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 30 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN 6 PAGES TODAY OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY JULY 30 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 245 ALLIES CONTINUE TO ADVANCE DESPITE STIFFENED RESISTANCE OF HUNS 5 4 fr - r GERMAN DEFENSES ARE STUBBORN BUT CAN NOT STOP ALLIES r Americans Forced Back bp Crack Prussian Kjuaras but Jxegatn rooting in nara Dattie : BEST OF T Americans Now Hold North Having Crossed in Face Machine Gun Fire from 1 (By Associated Press.) ' LONDON Jnly 30. Describing the atiatjc of the Four divis- ions of Prussian Guards the crack troops of fihe (iermati army on the Americans who are now reorganizing their forces after "their .victory the Reuters correspondent says the Americans worn at a considerable disadvantage in point of numbers hi the fighting. There was no holding of the fresli- crack troops of the picked divisions of the German guards. As they came down the hill the Americans gave ground to the weight of numbers and then fought back step by step through Ser...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 30 July 1918

BROWNWOOD TEXAS JULY 30 1918. Returns of Democratic Primary in Brown County s3 v. OSL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP o fa o to O 3 Bartles and Dumenil Test Arn.ong the Most Important and Interesting in . County; Going After Ranger Sand . . ; I . Among ihe .many intrcsliii- deep 'and ty? 12 1-2 inch was sot 'at; 000 ic-l th?.t ate -nccteii tn.mit.BMwir-jtut bfliow a sand tliaX carried coiisid- . . CTaIite2S3s and water. It; is tub in-j o-'rty on tho map a a .loop oil Br!. : - fh 011( Mim- tl o 10-! P i haps the mot interesting at lW? . dgjus tQ the . tap oMiie Hme -l.i-o is I lie won -.ein- drilled y :Wch fchelr .'geQlo?ftt have eath fated aiwe lunu-nii n:i mo .inn Mwm a fonudat noonl" Uha U 2000 t'a.jgh !:.? a't srv. n mile imrflt fr Wfl (Vifilntr ni apj paiMies Iiefor" sjeir.L; v T::r w a prdje" f this nr1 .r:t : h Tiwv.i- ?ncds of dollars hie 'en spent -a ..!c. cv;.tl f : '"':;nntt :.:." -- tilC; e;vi:it; h-..ir..' ctbela .njuj all of ike:-: 'uivo r una- mended iCSl APJt ol -"""'"" r-cmc c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 30 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 30 1918. 1ST I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -MOURNING OF FRENCH WOMEN FOR AMERICAN WANTED FOR SALE WANTED Sewing -washing and iron-jFOR SALE New typewriter on easyDIRT UIRT! DIRT! Any one want- HEROES IS PATHETIC Apply at nzi urauy Ave. terms i-nonc j--r. uuu in drt nhonR j.10g9 or cal. at Doi) girl. ' FOR SALI5 10 WO foot steam tractdr;1"1-ew garage. - -.4Cr L. STEFFENS Sewing - machine "WAXTKll Pncirinn house- Apply to 110 Booker street. 243tf!well drilling outfit complete with! 'A itanR anupuuip. .raoae k-h5. WANTED Any Kind ot welding; sat-in teraction guaranteed. Phone 113. I for bALiy-iwo i'oni touring cars j l'ltfc in good condition at bargain. E. Li : jftrnis at Kferidail Hardware Co. 24Gej house. Phone 304 or call at 1101 Cos-1 FOR SALE-fNcw F. E. .check wrier! gin Avenue. 28Stf jand protector. Best on the market) jean be seen at Bulletin office. A bnr-j )VANTED A position as bookkeeper jgasn . ; 233tfih and typist. "Esperieiico. References fv-vs furnis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 30 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 30 1918. Men's Furnishings at Prices That You Cannot Afford To Overlook! Ulcn's Straw Hats about .Half 'IVice Panamas Banlcok.s Italian Panamas and Straw Sailors. $0.00 values $3.00 $4.00 values $2.00 $5.00 values $2.50 3.00 values $1.50 OLD LINE SAILOR STRAWS For men and Jboys values up to .$"2.00 for only.. . ;25; MEN'S SOFT KHAKI CLOTH HATS. Especially desirable for both men and women-for fishing parties picnics or for work hats all sizes for only SOp Palm beach and white satin hats at... 50 Mew straw sun or work hats bound edge leather sweat band at front. Men's 35c Boys' 35c Child's Kah-rahs at 35c 75c MEXICANS STRAW HATS 50c Light weight. fine weavo Mexican stra' lliats for. . . ..5.0. KIIA1U HATS of felt for men at only.;. $2.50 laiAKl HATS of felt for boys- at only $2.00 MEN'S SOCKS ' OPen's radium work socks worth today SHo for only..20i Men's sdcks "white groyjblack or tan for only.-. 250 -Men's lisle socks at 35e .) pairs for - 4. . . .$1.0O J.OO g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN 6 PAGES TODAY OIL FIELD NEWS AND n GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 31 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 246 ELD AV DANGER DESPITE HEAVY GERMAN COMMANDER IN UKRAINE IS KILLED BY BOMB EXPLOSION Lad of Twenty-Three is Assassin Who Claims He Was Sent to Kiev By Communist Committee With Instructions to Kill the Field Marshal. . (By Associated Press) 'AMSTERDAM.-July 31. Field Mar- shal von Eichorn. the German com- mander in the Ukraine and his ad- jutant. Captain von Dressier were killed by a bomb at Kiev according to an official announcement from the Ukrainian capital. The bomb was thrown from a cab driven close to the carriage of the of- ficers as they were approaching the residence of the field marshal. The assassin and cab driver have been ar- rested. Tho assassin of Field Marshal von Eichorn is a lad of twenty-three years who declared that he was sent to Kiev with orders from the Communist com- mittee to kill the German commander. LAPLAND REINDEE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 July 1918

BROWNWOOD. TEXAS JULY 31 1918. OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP GREELEY WELL 15 AN IMPORTANT OIL TEST IF IT PROVES 1'HOMTTIYE IT WILL AIM) l.MJIKNSKLY TO 1. B. C. UM)OWJIE"T. Ono of the most important deoj tests being drilled in this county is the well icing sunk oh the Greeley Survoy.-one mile south of the Coggin School house on the Brady road. 12 miles southwest -of Brownwood. The acreage is owned Uy Chas.' Miller and associates ail Brownwood parties and the well is noing xl rilled !i coii- trnrt by Thos. .1. "ollins. The well is to be sunk to a depth of twenty-five hundred feet or morc uid the twelvo-iuch casing has ajrea- ! been set at a dopth 'of ! TO foot. The location was made by two . prom- i inent geologists ami many oil men are watching the test with much in- terest One of the host standard ri&s in this section is being used and the formations so far encountered seem to bear out the predictions of the Kecloiists that a "roll" or "pitch" lies along the plateau on which the loc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 31 -1918. SOCIETY Edited by Mrs. Jas. C White - - Those 22 THE XODEItX MIRACLE. !;meet at 9:30 a. m. in the Red Cross headquarters. Every one is invited to Tlieodosla Garrison of The Vhrilanle. Ajoin the club. (Modern science mqdiciue and in- dustry have combined to reconstruct and re-educate the crippled soldier so that he may return to civil life a useful independent member of soci- ety.) Not .until eartli. was all aflame. With wrath and blood and hate Christ came He who wrought miracles for men Jirou who the brunt of liattle bore Tou whom it crippled maimed and tore Take lieart ye shall be heaied again: Not as of old when at His word The blind man saw the deaf man heard Yet shall these marvels be as then For Science is His minister And He hath laid His will on her fTo make the helpless whole again. jThe Healer hath returned once more Vou. who the brunt of battle bore. Shall rise- anew with useful men; Science and Skill and Love these three Henceforth shall...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 31 1918. TEKQWNWOOD BULLETIN Member Associated Press Published every afternoon except Sunday Office of Publlcatk Bulletin Build- lag comer Brows aad Le Streets Entered at the Poatofflce at Brown- wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONE Editorial Office No. 22 sAny erroneous reflection upon the Character standing or reputation of ay person firm or corporation which aaay appear in the columns of The Dally Bullet! will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the publishers. The Associated rress Is exclusively eatltled to the use for republication of all sews dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper aad also the local sews published herelm. THE END OF THE WAR. Recently to remind the people that the temporary success being "won by the allies on the Marne does not mean the early end of the war the Bulletin r.aid: ."Muzzle the man who contends that the war has been won and is soon to be ended. He may not do It iate...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 31 1918. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED FOR SALE WANTED Position as house girl. FOR SALE Four burner oil stove Apply to 110 Booker street 243tfiwlth oven. Practically new. Phone 69G. 24tf WANTED Any Kind or welding; sat- tofactlon guaranteed. Phone 113. FOR SALE 1000 foot steam tractor 171tfc well drilling outfit complete with i tank and pump. Phone R-1CS. 248 WANTED Nicely furnished modern house. Phone 364 or call at 1101 Cog- FOR SALE Two Ford touring cars gin Avenue. 23Stf in good condition at bargain. E. L. ---- Byrns at Kendall Hardware Co. 24Gc MARRIED man with some bookkeep- . ing experience desires position. Phone R-1013. 246tf W ANTED A position as bookkeeper and typist. Experience iteierences furnished. Phone R-75G. 23Stf WANTED To buy Jersey cow. Must give at least tnree gallons per day. Phone No. 1. C. N. Davis. 247c WANTED To Duy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. 159tfc WANTED Furniture and household good...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 31 1918. Special Offerings in Men's Wear For Thursday Merrs bleached athletic undershirts light weight in all sizes for only 25$ Men's balbriggan undershirts long sleeves. . . ...50 NAINSOOK UNION SUITS knee leiiglli and with Elas- tic band in baeJu no sleeves GHe grade 50. Special value .75$ ' $1.25 grade $1.10 ' GENUINE PORUS-KNIT UNIONS With short sleeves full ankle length in sizes 36 to 40 $1.50 value for $1.00 . DRILL DRAWERS with elastic scams for .75$ BOYS' UNION SUITS PORUS WEAVE Unions for boys sizes 24 to 30 for 25$ PORUS WEAVE Unions for boys sizes 32 to 34 for 50$ NAINSOOK CHECK UNIONS for boys for ... . ?. . .50$ BOYS BLUE DENIM OVERALLS 7 to 12 $1.00; larger sizes $1.25 MEN'S SUITS COOL WEAVES in palm beach or kool kloth in neat stripes or checks no linings $7.50 $10.00 $12.50 and $15.00. MEN'S WOOL SUITS Three piece in serge or worsted 'a big hargain at $25.00 '. LIEN'S WORK PANTS Dark pin stripe cotton worsted .worth .$2.50 for only . . .$2.00...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 August 1918

sjms RROWNWOOB BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND Q GQSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWN WOOD TEXAS FRIDAY AUGUST 2 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 248 CORED By ALLIED ARIES ADVANCE OF THREE MILES DN FIVE MILE FRONT Approaching Offensive on British Front Indicated by Increasing Aerial Action (By Associated Press) LONDON Asg; 2. Aerial fighting a Ue BriUsk front has been heavy dariag the past few days whick is generally a slam of the approaching Infantry Movements. Wednesday the British airmen accounted for thirty. JiTe enemy machines tneuty-six of "which were destroyed. The British made raids at FeslnberL. nertkest of Lens und at Albert in tke Picardy sector capturing a num- fcer ef prisoners iH each raid.. . The activity of tke German artillery Increased south of tke Somme at Tpres whBe K kas also been active nrth f Betknne and east of Haze- fcrock In tke Lys sector. e y SAYS LUMBER HAS BEEN AVAILABLE HOBBY HTAJORITY 'S NOW OVER 200000 DAYTDSOX AHEAD OF JOHNSON. OTHER RACES SHOW CANDI- DATES STANDI...

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