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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 June 1918

r rA BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 20 1918 i r . THE BROWN WOOD 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 Business Office '.. No. 22 No. 6 Brown -county candidates are to be nominated by plurality votes instead of by majority votes this year accord- ing to the decision of the county exe- cutive committee. Majority rule is a democratic principle. But the war is on and there should be as little time lost by unsuccessful candidates as is possible and as little election expense as possible. The rule wfll stand sus- pended this year. ! A Page From the Record .(Fort Worth Star Telegram) GRIFFIN ACCEPTS The slacker can not escape in the thrift stamp drive. It -will embarrass Any erroneous reflection uoon the Character standing -or reputation of j him if he trios. The gover...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 June 1918

f V 1 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 20 1918 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Notice to Auto Owners -j WANTED WANTED Plain and fancy sewing. Sirs. L. Davis S00 Rogan St. 224p AVAXTED Two girls over 17 aa "waitresses experience unnecessary. Apply 10 a. m. Harvey House. 21 fc ' "WANTED Plain and fanry sewing. Misses Rice Phone .1-572 or call at 1205 Main Ave. 217c WANTED Any Kind or welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. 171tfc WANTED Three unfurnished rooms with sleeping porch. Phone 2 IS. 20otf WANTED Ford Machine for pulling casing. Must be right and cheap. Rox 12 care Buletln. WANTED To ouy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway. Phone 975. 159tfc WANTED Second hand household goods at the Homo Furniture Store. Phone 4S4. Buy a Thrift Stamp. 231c WANTED Furniture anil household goous. HignesL prices pam m casn. miiey ruruiture btore. pnone dl31tfc WANTED If vou want vonr welding done right and quick service and jiri- ces right also machine work send it to the Oxy ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 June 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 20 1918 Cool Underwear! FOR MEN Those hot sultry days rail for tlio m'osr comfortable clothing of all kinds and Cool Underwear deserves first consid- eration. Men who have never tried Athletic Hnion Suits made of the sheer materials and who still cling to full sleeve and full length underwear are missing a world of comfort. TRY A COOL UNION ATHLETIC UNION SUITS Of wide cheeked nainsook elas- tic band in 'back fulfcut a serviceable low priced garment. 69c ATHLETIC UNION SUITS Made of a striped dimity effect- material Jmee length no sleeves really a good $1.00 value for 1 75c ATHLETIC UNION SUITS- -Made of finer ehe.cked: dijnity or nainsook. knee length .;..; 1 . . .$1.25 BOYS' UNION SUITS Nainsook Cheeked Tuioiis knee length sold at last 'summer .price no advance : .... ... . .50c Boys' I'o rolls Weave Unions small and medium' sizes1 limited line very low priced 25c ' WOMEN'S KNITTED UNIONS Full cut. shell or laee finished regular or out sizes Gnej. 7ae and u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 June 1918

rpAeisTODw BROWKWOOB BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 21 1918 VOL. XVII NO. 213 UNREST IN ERIOUS NIK ji CE MORE s jLsav JUL &SLSLdkJ Trans-Atlantic Flight Made by American BRITISH MACHINES ILL ATTEMPT FIRST FLIGHT THIS FULL Think Trip Can Be Made in Forty Hours With Four Men In A Machine. fBy Associated Press) WASHINGTON. June 2. American air and seaplanes should be .flying across the At Ian- tie on the western front by next summer declares" Major (jehernl W. .Brancker of the -JJritish air service. Jle is nnjr in 'Washing-i Ion co-operating with American j aircraft officials in the project. England has already decided on a trans Atlantic flighl to find the j route fr the American-made ma- chines. It is estimated that forty t hours a ill be required for thej flight. The lu't flight will be tundej in the IV !1 with a lritish-madej machine This flight will be from Newfoundland to the Azores then to lrtupd ami from there to fiv-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 June 1918

f 2 fbi BROWN WOOD BULLETIN JUNE 21 1918 TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES GREETING : P. m- Thi3 war is one of nations not of armies and all of our one s hundred million people must be economically and industrially ad- justed to war conditions if this nation is to play its full part in the conflict. The problem before us is not primarily a financial problem but rather a problem of increased production of war essentials! and the saving of the materials and the labor necessary for the support and equipment of our army and navy. Thought- less expenditure of money for nonessentials uses up the. labor of men 'the products of farms mines and factories and overburdens transportation all of which must be used tp the utmost and at their best for war purposes. T l The great results which we seek can be obtained only by the participation of every member of the Nation young and old in a Nat'onal concerted thrift movement. I therefore urge 'that our people everywhere pledge themselves as sugges...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 June 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 21 19.18 OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP county rorxTi xotks. Coleman Democrat-Voice: Scaly No. 1 by the Magnolia and Elizabeth companies was drilling at 920 Wed- nesday. Morris Xo. 3 is pumping af- ter being cleaned and Morris Xo. 4 was at 3610 Wednesday. The Skelley-Sankey company spud- ded their Xo. 1 on the Gray "Wednes- day morning. The Snyder Oil Company Jones Xo. 2 were TOO feet Wednesday evening after encountering a showing of gas. Thale Xo. 1 by the Sun Company is rigged and will be spudded Saturday morning. Rig irons and timbers .fan 'should being placed on the ground. i 1- . Mitchell Xo. 2 CCO north of .their" Garrett have a string of tools' in the hole nt 70S feet. ' The Mutual Companys Bnjbingtonj well is pumping S to 10 barrels and no water to hurt. The company will make a new location this week. Root & Ramsey on the- Schirmacher were drilling at 420 Wednesday. T B. Slick on the Harris resently Atchison 00 day Ex. of lease acres of 1G0 acre tract ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 June 1918

9 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 21 1918 THE BROWN WOOD 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 tho Postoffice at Brown- wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONES Editorial Office No. 22 Business Office Ko. -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 newB dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local' news published herein. A CANDIDATE WITHOUT A FLAW. It is a novelty for Texas to have a candidate for governor for whom his friends need to make no excuses. It la unusual for Texas to have a candi- date for Governor who really meas- ures up to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 June 1918

! I BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 21 1918 1 I 1 WANTED FORSAU ' I .....mmnriiri.Tn I ' " ' MZ 1 1 f SlijpT j WANTED Plain and fancy sewing. Mrs. L. Davis S00 Rogan St. 224 p WANTED Two girls over 17 as waitresses experience unnecessary. Apply 10 a. ni. Harvey House. 214c WANTED Plain amf fancy "sewing blisses Rice' Phone J-372 or call 'at 1205 Main Ave. 217c WANTED Any Kind or welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. 171tfc WANTED Three unfurnished rooms -with sleeping porch. Phone 21S. . - " - 20rtf WANTED To Duy second hand furni ture. New Second Hand Store 110 -E. Broadway 1'hone 975. 159tfc WANTED Second hand housohold goods at the Home Furniture Store. Thone 4S4. Buy a Thrift Stamp. 231c WANTED Furniture and household goods. Highest prices paid in cash. Bailey Furniture Store. Phono J-312. dl31tfc WANT TO CONTRACT for vell with a driller who has a 1200 foot machine and "will guarantee his work. M. T. G. Box 424. 214pt WANTED All kinds of second hand household goods. Will pay hi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 June 1918

6 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 21 1918 4 Eventually yon will buy War Saving Skimps. .Why not jnow? - ' AVo sell thnn and we'll be gfcul to liolp you help the (rovermnenf ami help ' yourself. These bomls bear L per cent interest compounded quarterly Two billion dollars worth of them inn-it be sob in the Inited States between now and Dee. .'1st NATIONAL WAR SAVINGS DAY JUNE 28th PLEDGE THE PRESIDENT. IN CHOOSING YOUR STORE LET PRICE AND QUALITY DECIDE Today when every true American is striving to economize in all personal expenditures and iiaek "our hoys over-there" -with the savings; daily rdailing wliiu.h supplies these wants is undergoing a severe test. If one .store hould asjk more than another for an arti.-el- of 1he same qtinlitv it is not ifelping you ti .save and ' it is almost your duty a well as your privilege to go U the hit test'. Our buying and selling" policy enables us to oiler ex (client values at low prices yet quality is always luaintnined for wc never trade in. .sec- ond...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 June 1918

BROWNWOOB BULLETIN 6 PASES TODAY OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 22 1918 VOL. XVII NO. 214 4 CIESCQRES KILLED AND INJURED WHEN 1" PROGRAM OUTLINED BP s WRECKED B! WAR SAVING STAMP GAMPA PAIGN AMERICANS ICREiiLY A ClROOS WORKERS GN ALL SECTORS OF FRENCH FRO T END COLLISION Enthusiastic Meeting Held Friday Afternoon; at tyShich District Chairmen and Quotas W ere Discussed and Assigned for the Weed's Drive ! STIRRIN6 PICTURE PRESENTED BY 0. S. SEAPLANE STATION Friday afternoon at the court house there was a patriotic rally in connec- tion with "V. S. S. campaign to be wag- cd next week. "Brown county must go over the top by the 2Sth" said county chairman F. S. Almey in his introductory remarks. Next Friday in the day. set aside throughout the na- tion when every citizen must sign a card either pledging a certain amount for "YV 51 S. or sign one suiting tho; reason why. Rev. II W. Knickerbocker deliver- ed a forceful adtiress full of patr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 June 1918

2 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 22 1918 m Oil Field Netfs and Gossip 'Notes of the Field. McCoy ct al are drilling at about 1200 feet on the Hallum Ranch. The Colllngs well on the McCullcy tract four miles north of town is drilling steadily at 400 feet. Ballingcr is gotting Interested in oil development the construction of two big derricks giving impetus tc the excitement In Runnels county. The well of C. R. Miller and associ ates Dn the Greeley tract 15 miles southwest of Brownwood iTdrilling at 350 feet. Graham- Ludlow and Thomas arc drilling at 725 feet on the Abney farm. S miles south of town with a 13-Inch hole. The drillers here are. making splendid progress. A deep test was started this week on the Harris Brothers ranch in Coke county 25 miles north of San Angelo. by the Tucker Oil & Gas company of Dallas. The company holds more than 7;000 acres under lease. Bartlcs fiDumenilare setting 13 1-2 Inch casing today at 450 feet in their Baugh well nine miles north of town A strong f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 June 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 22 1913 T The Coggin National Bank Capital $100000.00 : DIRECTORS ' G; L. McCartney Ben F Stone J W. Gilliam E. B. Gilliam Geo. Kidd - Your Business Appreciated ker: Mesdames II. W. Knickerbocker Effjc Fentress J. W. Marshall W. II. die Lee and Mae "Bowdcir Teddye Bell Vera Ncvans Marjoric Prentice Ir- Taibot L. J. .Minis h. P. Allison Will! ecu Pliler Viola Lawson Dollie Glo- Turner-Charles J. Horn 1). S. Camp R. B. Rogers L. M. Busby J. B. Tur ner W. II.. .Mayes Coleman Sprat t A ver (lair and Ossce Macdgen; Messrs. Malcom Evatt Chester Herbert J. -XV. Porter Charles Allen OHn Cannon P; Jones- II. P. Mayes F. II. Rose- Jimmie Harpham Clarion Davis El- hroigh M. L. Cleveland fiuy L. Jones gin Rahl George McCulley Frank J W. tabor T. J. Bailey. Bert Haw-1 Bettis Fred Ellison Ralph and Roy kins A. II. Bell. Arledge. Adolia M. Seward. SOCIETY Edited by Mrs. Jas. C. White - - Phone 22 iiiiiiiiiiiiiitilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIII...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 June 1918

r4 THE BROWff WOOD BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Jlember Associated Press Published every afternoon Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin Build ing corner Brown and Leo Streets Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONES Editorial Office x0. 22 Business Office ... No. 6 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 22 1918 SUSPENDED.? The plant of the Coleman County Leader has been boxed up. and stored except! away and the paper has suspended publication due to a lack of support War times -have Imposed many bur dens upon the newspaper men and it i$ impossible for them to continue business unless they are given liberal financial support by the people whom they serve. Coleman Is large enough to give splendid support to one good weekly paper and it is hoped that the 1 fn1nMnn Y"w..-. tf-l ; Anv erronem rofWi n .. y"CH"H wnuai- uice may receive v vs&4 IUQ character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The JJa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 June 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 22 1918 4 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS PERSONAL ITEMS WANTED "WANTED Any amount of crab ap-1 l)lcs. Phone 22 or 71)3. 21a WANTED PJain and fancy sewing. Mrs. L. Davis S00 Itogan St. 221p VOll SALE Good Jersey Milch cow iPhone J-J12. . 210p WANTED Woman to do light house work. Call at l."0r Avenue B; 2l4tfe1 WANTED Two girls over .17 as waitresses. experience unnecessary. Apply 10 a. m. Harvey House. -214c; AVVNTEDl'lain aiXfancy'lwlng. Misses Rfce Phone J-72 or call aV 1205 .Main Ave. 217c WANTED Any Kind of welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phono 113. 171tfc WA NT E D Tli rcc unfurnished rooms. with sleeping porch. Phone 21S. 20rtf1 FOR SALE FOR SALE Clark Jewel Uas Stove Phono R-92S. 21k 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS 'FOR SALIC OR TRADE dan. A..F. McAlistcr: Ford Se- : lDStfc FOR SALE Or. trade a horse. Phone oSl good 1 rusty Mt'Culley & Co. 3ICr neatest live FOR SALE One oX the room homes in . Brownwood. W. J. OdcJI. - ' J lDGtfe FOR SALE Or trailo a.gjqod the pas- s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 June 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 22 1918 Lyric Today Metro and Screen CBBps Present the Grear Nazimova In a 7-Act Special Production De Luxe " Revelation " Adapted from Mabel WajgnalFs novel "The Rosebush of a Thousand Years." No great- er production in the world of photo dra- ma. You can't afford to miss this picture. First show tonight at 8 sharp. BALCONY 1 5c MAIN FLOOR 25c DIXIE TODAY The World's Greatest CHARLIE CHAPLIN In a Re-issue of One of His Best 'In The Park' One of the pictures which made him famous. Other Good Pictures Regular Prices t5c and 10c LYRIC 3IO.NDAY WM. FOX PKESEMS Theda Bara IN TO BARRY' The story of the greatest adven- turess in the history of France TUESDAY Extra Big Feature United States GovernmentPresents Weekly War Topicai Al- lies Official War Review! Shown Every Tuesday FOLLOW THE BOYS BI0US6S ffer substantial savings Of course you want to save on your apparel everybody does and everybody- who comes here to satisfy their Blouse requirements CAN and WILL. Our ...

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

4 TMY i BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY JUNE 24 1918 VOL XVII NO. 215 IAN ARMY FIE DEMORALIZED AUS OFFENSIVE OF ITALIANS MEETINGS FRIDAY AFTERN ALL BROWNWOOD SCHOO 00N IN HOUSES UNITED STATES BATTLESHIP TEXAS The Government Commands Every Citizen 1 S Years Old or Over to A ttend One of These Meetings and Make Pledge for War Savings Stamps ' I GOV 8. E LUST NIGHT IN VERY OPTIMISTIC SPIRIT IS UEIXG GREETED BY ENORMOUS1 CROWDS DIRINC HI.S CAM- J PAIGN TOnt OF STATE. Insert Admiral Sims of I'lUted -State Naw Conimnnd'T the Allied its base. Arrangements for the school district meetings to be held Saturday after- noon in this city were worked out this morning by the committee in charge of this phase of the work. Chairmen for each school in the city were se- lected and they will meet tomorrow morning at ten o'clock in the Cham- ber of Commerce to outline their plans for carrying out the government's pro- gram on Friday afternoon....

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 24 1918 THE BROWN WOOD BULLETIN 3IAYES PRINTING CO.. PROPS r " Member Assqciated Press Published every afternoon except Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin Build ing corner Brown and Lee Streets Entered at the Pbstoffice at Brown wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONES Editorial Office No. 22 Business Office Ko. C Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appea.r in the columns of The Daily Bulletin will be gladly corrected uj-on its being brought to the-attention of fh publishers. The A-xiated Pross Is exclusively entitled t. the use for republication of all news Kbpatches credited to it or not Mfierwise credited in this paper and aso the local news published heiem THE .KKEWliltV Srri'OKT. It is. a pitiful effort .made ij Charley' McDonald in a recent spefh when he tried to "convince xin injel.li- gent Texas audience tha.r the brew- eries are supporting Gavenigv 'lloNl? and were resp...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 24 1918 --snr- .ft i 4 ( CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED WANTED To Phone 400. buy roll top desk. 21.-i WANTED Any amount of crab ap- ples. Phone 22 or 793. 213 WANTED Plain and fancy sewing. Mrs. L. Davis S00 Rogan St. 224p . WANTED Woman to do -light house- Work. Call at ir.03 Avenue 13. 214tfc WANTED Any Kind of welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Fhone 113. mtfc WANTED Three unfurnished rooms with sleeping porch. Phone 21S. 20rtf WANTED Competent young -lady He-' sires position as typist. 10 care Bulletin. Address Box eod21Sp WANTED To Duy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. 159tfc WANTED Second hand household . goods at the Home Furniture Store. Phone. 1S4. Buy a Thrift Stamp. 231c WANTED Furniture and household goods. Highest prices paid in cash. Bailey Furniture Store. Phono J-312. household goods. .Phone .1-01)3 nr call 1131tfc (at U03 Durham. 1 20Stfc WANTED All kinds of second handlF0R saLK Blank Oit Leases. Cha...

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

'BROWNWOOD" BULLETIN JUNE 21 "1918 1 EXTRAORDINARY SAVING OPPORTUNITIES ARE YOURS THIS WEEK IN THE JUNE WHITE GOODS SALE The government has. hilccn up a considerable part of the available supply of the raw ma- terials from which cotton goods an? made and will probably take even a larger-port ion of all future production. This has caused eotton goods to advance rapidly and the end is not in sight yet. These prices are lower in many instances thai? we can -replace the goods for wholesale; THIS WEEK YOU CAN MAKE A BIG SAVING ON THE FOL- LOWING LINES White Flaxons Pajama Checks Towels Skirtings ' Nainsooks Sheets Flaxons ; White Repps J Sheetings Voiles 1 Muslin lnderwear Domestics Corsets s Counterpanes Slippers The Greatest Price Cuts of the Season Offered on Ready-to-Wear. $-23.00 to "$30.00 Wool or Silk Coat Suits for onlv $30.06 to Jjtf2.no Wool or Silk Coat Suits for onlv .... $25.00 to $27.30 Wool or Silk Coat Suits for only j.. $15.00 Special value Taffeta Coat Suits for onlv NE...

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

mvm BROWNWOOB BULLE TIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE 2 PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY JUNE 25 1918 VOi.XMINO.2I6 AUSTIN LOSSES FRENCH HOLD POSITIONS Dill SPARTAN MOTHER JOINS SLAIN SON'S REGIMENT; SEEKS DUTY AT FRONT WHERE HER BOY HAD DIED ; . GOES TO HIS UNIT AS Y. M. G A. WORKER DEH THAT RAIDS EiY GERMAN DEI Ml OFFENSIVE BE LAUNCHED - . . . . FRENCH OBSERVERS ! i 1 Repulse Raids and Capture British and Canadian Forces Triumphant in Mind Clashes With the Enemy on Flanders Front (By Associated Press) PARIS June 25. The Germans at- tacked new French positions near Lc- port north Of the Airne. bat were un- able to make any gains -says the offi cial statement. In surprise titlarks in the Woevre region the French capt- ured 20000 prisoners. The official statement reads: North of the Aisne. after a violent bom bardment and grenade fightJ? the enemy attacked the position recently sained .by us near Leport. The French positions -w ere maintained. The artillery activity was l...

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