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

V BROWNWOOD BULLETIN M A Y 24 1918. NEW HOTEL CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED Luncheon Meeting of the Sjoeea Hotel Committee Yesterday. An Enthusiastic Meeting of Business Men Featured by a Rvival of the Brownwood Spirit. Participated in. by Many of Our Leading Citizens. i -icon meeting ot the Spo- v. i :Jeiel Committee of the Chamber of Commerce having in direct charge the organization of the Hrownwood Hotel Company which was- held in the main dining room of the Harvey House at the Santa Fe Station yester- day was one of the most enthusiastic meetings of a commercial nature that has heen held in Brownwood for some time. . . Harry Knox president of the Cham- ber of Commerce was chairman and presided. In his opening remarks immediately following the luncheon. Mr. Knox touched upon tho need of additional hotel facilities for Brown- wood which he said "was evident to even the most careless student." and he added "this need is now. Brownwood has an opportunity at her door brought- about by the genera...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN; MAY 24 1918. HH HOT EL GAP V IV A iSkS "Cailiimet ; BaMiig: -Powder. f was picked for Army and Havy .aMags because: it -measttrad ; up . fiillyj ;to;. fe&Verament's requirements because ik. .7'.-- ?C? produces piire. : wnoiesq a bakini; powckr 1 1 i ne bfamn or Uoveroment mmm?A ieavs imif nn to quality anq; snouia prompt you to jmnjecuay -purcna a can me DaKiiigsi MMiM fM$ . - JM i 1 4 V fa une spoorxii or vaiumei: win positively -do-iferbrfe-'-oi two spoon- . 1- - - : 1 fuls of mcfe ottiet . brands . omv a level -sdoqbtui 10 a.cuo oi x ou use jWith mootliBmiKls you U6C tvnce as mucil:" '-' I -.' -. ? " f Calumet lieYerriails stcfp? a'l Ivke- day IpsseiHH-Ces bills k;- !?:.!:ing ingreaieats; greax savrir or Calumet "ace-sfeim in triese results. "wonderaul Bafcms; PdvUer on. the market o 1 ; sd-f ralssfe made it a Mtfl vjrv-v s. ... tip Fan S&vB WSs&ss Ym Bmy M . .' Try " it prove for yoursfelf tbe irulli of these stafements. and: !eam why it is the bi...

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

THE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY US PRINTING CO. PROrS. Member Associated Press BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 24 1918. Published every afternoon Sunday work in earnest. Every man who is twenty-one years old and not more than thirty-two years old on June f.th next will be considered fit materia except for the army. i Office of Publication Bulletin Build ing eorncr IJrovn and Lee Streets Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- wood Texas as second class 'matter TELEPHONES Editorial Office ;Xo. 22 Business Office -. . 1 . . -.'No. C IJU'EACIIEl) BY JUS FKIKXDS. suggested that caii The only motive that Ferguson has sed the members of the lesislature to yote to impeach him is hatred. Why Should these Hum elected by the people from all parts of the state the j majority of whom never say him before going to Austin hate Ferguson? Men do not entertain hatred toward anv one without some reason ejthcr actual or imaginary. Any erroneous reflection unbn the character standing or reputation of any person firm or ...

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

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAY 24' 1918. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED FOR SALE CLEAN rags wanted at Bulletin oMKOK SAIJS--.eM.e i.aseJir-'r rd fire. Two cents per pound cash. Phono J-3."u. ; i .''(' WANTED Man to work at dairy. D FOR SALK-Twointv II.-Wood. Phone 43. iVfcj Carnaux .pigeons. i w. i:; cox. wanted -Clean rags at Bulletin of- fice. Will pay 2 cents pound deltyrorcd. oaii- of H'i Panne or ?. f FOE .SALE Five pas'itger. BU7 --' - Tr ! model 'Ford. lio'd hap. M Cte.I- ANTED Any kind of whlins$ sat-j laniVi. c.araza. i'h.me :. - i'n'y Isfrietinn irtinrnntend Phhtin 1 EL ... - . FOIL SAEE About ji 501) feet poind Phone lEfc il"lLfc WANTED A second hand win jnitU Must be in good condition. Pfyone J-K27. ' -isitfc WANTED Twoor three unnissfeed rooms with sleeping porch. Mfsi "-jjo close in. islffr ANNOUNCEMENTS The Daily Bullotin is authorized tr make the following announcements For District Clerk: CHAS. BYXUAI. Publicity Department .! Price Interpreting Committee for Brown wobd F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 May 1918

V BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAY 24 1918. Shop Here Saturday Thm-'s always something of inU'i-ost at tlio Hoinpliill-Fain '. 'w 'arriving many lots of tinu-Iv merchandise 'at special price ; other lots of close out prices. Saturday will be a lies nn Drevses Suits Skirts etc. lines constantly lirokeu lines at oovi time to inspect the wonderful ready-to-wear val- - WOMEN'S SHOE OPPORTUNITIES PlI PS lilaek Kid Pumps leather Louis heel plain toe $3.48. PrMKWYhite Kid Wiehert Pump with covered high heel. $7.00. PlIJYiei Kid Strnp faney -front' Pump for only $3.25. : - Pr'MPS-lpalent aaid dull leathers with leather heels $2.48 $2.98. I K HANTS' Slippers sfy.e.s 2 to X 1-2 on bargain counter 35c. -; AVOMte.VS Slippers on counter in small sixes 50c and $1.00. WOMEN'S OXFORDS Brown Kid high heel for .'$6.00 . niaek Kid welt sole for .....$6.00 Grey Kid Louis heel for $700 BILLIKEN FOOTWEAR For girls or women witih heavy flexible stiles for Avalkiiig or business service; 4.75 ;md $5.00. 1 - ; . MERR...

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

) BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWSIa'nD n GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 25 1918 VOL. XVII. NO. 190 MEXICO SEV 1 OF BtfS-S Over $20000 Given to FOR BREAK SOI UNDERST00& 801 HUT ilea in Brown County Prior. -to fetfae.BE GOSSECI 1 OF RI1RAR flROFR - - w w -w a -w v 1 m BUG WIS 8 PAGES TODAY rnn nimniiATif Annuo uuiTU pupa Aiyn dcpm i o mimiotcd hKV MIKS I lllfl li 6 y Liu uii lu i n u iil LMIUIlU -II III UUUM IlLUflLLU I 1 U L 1 i . sT ? nrmni kstoss. r una KmM VVVVVVV"VVVVVVVVi fcOYEH THE TOP.' WASHINGTON May 25. The J second Red Cross war fund today J Trn nllnrl nml tin ccoH tirt It n li f 1f tf 1 N I V A ViUVI'VU UIIU l t lkMII4i million mark which was the min - imum total fixed for the cam- paign. The total Red Cross war fund in Brown county reported officially :uul unofficially at noon today was $2ft;- 013.72. Approximately thrcc-fourflrs of this amount had been officially re- ported to the headquarters office :ot the campaign and the -rcmaimfer. while no...

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

2 BROWNWOOD TEXAS MAY 25 1918. " " Churches OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP COLEMAN COl .TY XOTES. Coleman Democrat-V oicc: The 'Mitchells have lour rigs en route for their iS'qs. IJ 4 3 C. Their No. 2 rig is building. The. Sun Company's. No. 1 rig is building and the company has two other rigs in transit. The Skolly- Sankcy Comimny has rig in transit for drilling on the Gray. The Umpire rig q'n Survey. 173 (Neff) is connected up and they are expected to spud in before the week is out. Martin Well Xo. 1 on II. Tv & ii. I (.Jones) was scheduled to spud in Wednesday. The Jloot & Ramsey interests Who are under contract to drill six wells to the 1C(0 foot sand are scheduled to spud in their initial well tins week' on the Schirmacher tract. The Robertsons drilling .on- the Wallace have succeeded in. fishing out a piece of casing and are resetting j s-inrh casing at feet. Turner & Hi'iiderson drilling the flarrett lease are reported at T0 feet. The Magnolia and Elizabeth 'com- panie...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 25 1918. I. if: The Coggin National Bank ugly. lor they have come to iinder- stand that he will keep them strong and well. At last after all these hun- dreds and hundreds of years the po- tato has come to his rightful heritage and this spring when the potato calls as usual: "Oh Father King has the time come yet?" the wise old King of Vegetables will laugh and answer: "At last my son it lias come. Kneel and receive your crown as prince next in rank to Prince- Wheat and Prince Corn. The time has been long but! you have beert patient and the reward Is great." ' : ' Capital $100000.00 - DIRECTORS C. L. McCartney Ben F. Stone Wm. Poindexter E. B. Gilliam J. W. Gilliam J. S. Coggin Geo. Kidd Your Business Appreciated "The Enemy Surprises LV New York Times: Until the Kaiser Hindenburg and Ludondorff become (luite contain thai the allied govern ments have published all the .'docu ments they have captured it would lie better -for them not to statements To Place 'Automo...

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

J BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 25:)9I8. 51-. THE 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 . TELEPHONES : Editorial Office No. 22 Business Office No. 6 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 the publishers speech of James "E. jFei-guson at the city auditorium last night was typical of the man full o hate slang and misinformation. It" was a subtle ap- peal to ignorance a jspeeious plea for the plaudits of the mob a bitter de- nunciation of every man in public life who has opposed him praise for those who have condoned j the public of- fenses for which he. has been convicted; by the highest eourl in Texas...

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

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

r v BROWNWOOD TEXAS MAY 25 1918. t WE- Clean and Press CLOTHES To Please The Public. Buck Tailoring Co. Phone 60. Arcade Block KVUERICAX RED CROSS IX FRANCE t f' j(By George "W. Simmons Manager Southwestern Division American Rod Cross.) ' After spending two ihonths along tlirv entire western front. I return Ihorae convinced that this wsr wil eventually he won hy the civilian population of these ITnlied States of America. As our magnificent leader 'General Pershing says: "If folks at shoine will do their part they can count on our hoys in Prance Joins cur part over here.' There are many wavs in whJrh the lAmericah people can do their share fin this war. hut no other agency is Itipnrlv sn u'nll nmiimlpil tnmrt fls Hipir fasent' as is the one official organiza tion incorporated hy Congress as the channel through Avhirh any good clti- fzen may do his or her war work 'the American National Red Cross. fThis wonderful organization furfills tall the "ideals for this purpose effi ciency demo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 May 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAY 25 1918. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED FOR SALE CLEAN rags wanted at Bulletin of- FOR SALE New the passenger Ford. i fice. Two cents per pound cash. Phone .1-350. . . link-j I ' t AVANTEO Clean-rags at Bulletin of-iFOli SPIRILLA Corsets idiorfa 11-113-' ficc. Will nay 2 cents pound delivered. 1 1409 Harrell Ave. sctfc WANTED Any kind of welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. lTltfc ANNOUNCEMENTS WANTED A second hand wind mill. Must be In good condition. Phone J-H27. iS-ttfc WWTKD Two or throe untarnished looms with sleeping porch. Must be t li'sc in. ISTtfc FOR. SALE -o Angora nannies and kids. E. T. Pcrkinsori phone Rural 470.2.. ' 192c- Ot FOR SALliJ Twenty pairs Carnanx pigeons. Phone 1." W. E. Cox. . : FQ'R SALE Fort Worth well herse.gas engine. .Ma&sey Br nut Springs.-Tcvas. WANTEn-Two or three unfurnished rooms with sleeping porch. Must be close in. Phone J-S32. land's Garage. - i.. FUR. SAL15- mqdel Fbrd. "V Red or see ItR'c Hg. Si psi W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 May 1918

8 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 25 1918. Special Announcement! Miss T. Mulcahy Special Kepresentutiu' of ; THE PICTORIAL REVIEW CO. ' OF NEW YORK ' ; " . Will be at our Pattern Department - WEDNESDAY MAY 29th . ore ahouL Why This is an cxeellenl opportunity 1u learn ;iil these most popular Patterns.- . . .Miss Mnlealiy will be pleased to explain PICTORIAL -.REVIEW PATTERNS; Are more eliie. more lee-ful ami .more ceononiieal than any other Pattern. She wHl also explain; how yon can .stive tinfel material hv usinir the cutting and const nuttioji nisheil only with ; PICTORIAL PREVIEW PATTERNS L . And will be aide lo jivi suggestions of- great villi' woman who makes her own Hoil.es. J .labor ami u ides I'ur- to tin HEMPHILL-FAIN fO. Successors to Sam Brin PERSONAL ITEMS IJ. n. Williamson lias gone to Cali- fornia on a iHisine.sH trip. : . I J. A. Williams of! Ualliiiftor has join- Mrs. AlayfkM VAhhs is visitlu m.v. t Avife hero for ww-k-i-i.: vii: i with relatives. .May. . : i : (;. . Porter r...

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

ITXXETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOS.5IP O N PAGE 2 r PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWN WOOD TEXAS MONDAY MAY 27 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 191 ft f i ft 8 1! R fniS !' K 3 5 H s h. n h R a a w 0 ft 3 85 NEW DRIVE BEGINS FO N DEFEAT ATKEMMEL ir3 1 LfC it BROTO B 6 PAGES TODAY fflHWS RENEW SI BY 1st I FRONT 5? u M'ADOO ORDERS GENERAL M SES EFFECTIVE IN JUNE MEfUCAN SIEGE C3JN. Tu)enly-fioe Per Cenl Advance in Freight Rales and Gen- cral Advances in Passenger Rales; New Move is lo i Provide Revenues lo Care for Operation Costs. i srrr SELECTING fllRMEH FOR SCOUT PLANES REDUCED 10 SCIENCE WASHLV wape increases arid hisht f Costs of coal and other supplies Djre-'tor (icul cral McAdoo ordered railroad treiuhl; rates raised twenty-five per cenl niuij passenger rales increased . to tht.ee cents per mile from two and n half- cents. He estimated that tbeprosranl' will brinR. nearly nine Juinured mil-! lion dollars more of menue-within a1 vcar. It is the biost increase in th LATH . I'LVIIR IS ( ARM !'L1.Y WATCHED ...

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

BROWNWOOD TEXAS. MAY 27 1918. OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP BROWNWOOD FIELO GETS DEEP TESTS CAMPAIGN" of wilwattimj syu Kor.Mis bkow. nrnLLoni A.0 COLE .11 AX COOTIES. (From Dallas News Sunday May 2(i.) BROWNWOOD. Texas May 2.Y Deep tests in Brown county ami in several neighboring counties are point: to prove or to an extent tllscourasb the probabilities of an oil Held in thiS region other than the remarkable shallow pool that is here. These test are scattered in every direction from Brownwood and Coleman. They are in varying stages of progress but few f them are tlown far enough to make si showing probable very soon with the exception of the pioneer wells in sev- eral neighborhoods that have .stimu- lated the -prospecting; Some of the tests- that are nndqr way. all of which are directed-to doty) sands are :is follows: Oil State Petroleum Company near (Irosvenor twenty miles northwest f. Brownwood. is drilling at about 2-ldO feet a black lime. A sand at 2.1SS fett. carried some oil. f ;...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 27 1918. 3 American Shoemakers Studying Trade Conditions in Latin-America With View to Aggressive Trade Campaign have a daily capacity or f?.0f pairs. Iiefore the war England leu in the sale of men's shoes to South America. Austria! France and Switzerland sold How a French Girl . : Writes Love Letter to Sammy Sweetheart (By Associated Press.)- CLEDlU.I? Texas. .May 27. Texas girls who have been accustomed to wrltjujr. letters to their soldier hoys beginning wilh such salutations as "my dear darling lireciojis daddy" will be interested to know how'. the the bulk .of women's and children's shoes but all of the Austrian product French maidtfns who have temparar- was cleared 'through Hamburg cam-jily succeeded them are nenning their mission houses and the trailc statistics. Ioajo'. notes and "how they say it." gave Germany the credit for the sales. I A Cleburne hoy now with the Amor- a small boy carrying a rifle. The American firms 'have op excellent !iean Expedit...

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

'A BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 27 1918. 3 ' Wi THE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN .MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon - Sunday excep Office of Publication Bulletin Build Ing corner Brown and Lee Streets Entered at the Postoffice at Brown wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONES Editorial Office Business Office No. 22 No. Any erroneous reflection 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. 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 RACE IS OX. The race between President Wilson and Von Hindenburg is not the only race that is of interest to .Brownwood people Just now. The race between Brownwood and a half dozen other cities for first place...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 27. 1918. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED "WANTED To buy residence lot. JUust lie cheap for cash. - Phone 4S4. 19(p FOR SALE FOR SPIRILLA Corsets phone It-1132. 1409 llarrell Ave. setfe CLEAN rags wanted at Bulletin of-i OLEANDERS ami ferns for sale. Apr flee. Two cents per pound cash. WANTED Clean rags nt Bulletin of- fice. Will pay 2 cents pound delivered. WANTED Experienced stenographer. Brazos River Oil Co. 11)3 Brown street. . liUtfe WANTED Any kind of welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed.. Phone .113. lTltfc WANTED A second hand wind mill. Slust be in good condition.- Phone 3-927 r lS-itfc WANTED Two or three unfurnished rooms with sleeping porch. Must bo close in. ISrtfc WANTED Two or three unfurnished room3 with sleeping porch. Must lie close in. Phone J-832. WANTED To ouy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. " 159tfc WANTED FOnt WAITRESSES AND THREE WAITERS AT ONCE AT BUSY BEE CAFE. GOOD PAY. PJ2c ply 1119 Vine stre...

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

d If BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 27 1918 IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT! Miss T. McCulchag of New York Special Represen- tative of the Pictorial Review Company Will spend WEDNESDAY. MAY 2Mb at our si ore. Miss Mulchay wiH be g-lad to explain Vyliy' J'ietorial Keview Patterns are more stvlish more simple and more cronomical than aii.y other pattern. She ran give you some valuable suKtioiis that will help you in making-your own clothes. CCLME IX AND SKK HUDNUT'S TOILET ARTICLES . Made in America ami preferred by most: people tn even the supposedly finer import- eri articles. ' Toilet Waters in all odors $1.00. Face iWdeh 50c in $1.00. (Add Creams. 25c and 50c. Talcum Powders. 25c. ("uticle lu-mover. Nail ('oiupack litmire. Lifjitid JInards ete. H EMPHlll-PAi fOMPANY SUCCESSORS PERSONAL ITEMS; Mrs. 15. S. Mitchell is visiting lief sons J. A. and W. S. Mitchell Carroll Savage has returned from a few. weeks business trip to Dalias ' Lrm Bryan of Philadelphia is . a i guest of hi tister. Mrs. Harry. K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 May 1918

s paees today BROWN WO OD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GO SSI P ON PAGE BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY MAY 28 1918. ' PRICl FIVE CENTS VOL. XVII. NO. 192 R SLIT ADVANCES - 5 - GERMAN CROWN PKE SACR Americans in Picardy Under Heavy Artillery Fire From Germans But Hold Their Own With Enemy COUNTER ATTACK IS LAUNCHED FOLLOWING HEAVY INFANTRY RAID AMERICAN AIRPLANES AS- SISTING FRENCH TROOPS AND SHOWERING HUNS WITH BULLETS. (Dy Associated Press.). AVITIT THE AMKRll'AX ARMY' IN FlfAXCE May . -After several days lull the artil- lery boniunnlment in I'iiarl is hecomnij'' intense. Tin (J.ennnus are throwing- "many ras shells i the American lines while tin American fjiuiners an- i.uoruush returning the fire. n Pirar.lv tin enemy pern- trated tiie first Ameriean ' line a depth Of two luunl.reil ards. A brilliant counter attack oustcl the Germans ami . the Ainer'u-a. entered the (Jerman front lin . remaining -there- until orjeivd back to their own lines. The losses of the (lenuans wiv x&y. heavy. ...

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