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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concho Herald — 2 October 1890

MP- r«n «' A - < r M. - V > ' * * i . •' •# .:. -. ■■w -—< • o . • -• 1 • / * -L- \ ♦ # ► i' «• *~jr..r+ r ••• •% -V *v** •>r * • ♦. ?h o I (. VOL. I . PAINT ROCK, CONCHO COUNTY, TF.X Directory. A Startling Story. THiff DOMESTIC. I have secured tlie Ol'JTCUI | 1 i..-r ('ouiir Meets lfltli Xm liv Ceremony •fter 1st Moviiy ' Falu'iiary As <?i*ptoml> r Kentucky, |. tf. 1'iAtsiiMx—.Tutiarc Tho most remarkable funeral I . 1 v" l,,« . > t he Domestic St*winMachine, over peru>rmcn in ^ % 4111* THURSDAY OCTOHKlt |s;)i) O. Woodward—Attorney. #AMBH B. • I" i .'&* n Mowzk—CJtorh. V" fOtTKTf * i . ft. OAni.AND-.ru '(TO. K. Howzk—Clerk. #.T. MtetffOs—SUoriM'iind poltoetMj. iitl, .MayiPUMJM • -*WW ofW , t . raf. K^cHKO nT«iirv<j)of. "l7wt> (IHufeL-Tri'Murcr. tt. f. Morfra4-a^eil!or.. $><HJ STY Vd^M SSIOj llronunah, ". ^-.frlilit1 . 0, OJtvoft tt.W.JI Btice*—.l,P..Prediiet No. I. SS JllfTlSW. IK Ptoohiet Ny. 'J. . ..* 'VnuKcniss, B.*on>tar4lov:f-.aC \Vfat...

Publication Title: Concho Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concho Herald — 2 October 1890

,e>- >•" ■V. *" ^V-v i#. I ' u ft a & m f. ■ * .> «■ <* <?>© THE CONCHO HERALD. MELTON & 11IJ ST OS PUBMMHKItrt A I'KOI'Jll KTOHH. G KHAKI) HUSTON. EDITOR Ptibl! l ed Every Thursday A'tverti«i:u rju« lui iii.kauwu on nj i>II tulion. • Subscription, $2.00 prrntmnm. Entered at the jmstofllce in l'ulnt Rock, toxin, # weoutl-claiH mall waiur. FOR HrPlvHIsliNTATIVE, R, H. LO WitKY, OF McCL'LLOCIl COL'UTY. CONCIIO COUNTY. Orirtttuul'j%elf rtofnW* growing and voluminous descrip- tion to show to the world its vlrt- ftes. It is enough to any that it 'is part and parcel of the great P. C. O. Country; its rivers afford adundant water aud its people Are as intelligent aqd as progress- ive as any sister county. They will weleomo the home-seeker wiihopen hands. Our altutude Is 1032 feet above the sea aud health is written on the face of every citzen. The tax valuation is over $2,000,000, and tax rate, (including county and state),only 82 1-2on the *100. The three It-n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concho Herald — 2 October 1890

5vv>X"V^4 f ?>> L JWW1 ■—i ifc > £ r-.X. A-.'!4J announcements. KORESts. -OTH P'STRIC'T. JO*. T). HAYEKS. is ocratid nominee tor Con- 10th district. FOB COUNTY JUDGE. 1STM Are authorized to announce! J. A. ftttten as a unmlldnto lor County ' Juilice. Election In November. John \V. Norman has goue to the Li pan Flat, anil is working 011 Mr. Stout's residence. Mr. Levi M tilling and family have uioved to the DeLnshmutt ranch tor the winter, and 1). Welch has moved his household effects and his boarders into the residence vacated by Mr. Mullins. . .\Ve are authorized to announce I ° rfi/fi. Gahl\ni* ih a c r.xlui.uo for rc-oler- Mr. C. C. Hard wick, of \\ est &b?coutn}"'^Noveml)or0cloclton!'<Ji'',, j Texa«, will move to the county in FOB bhkuifP. J a few weeks. He has bought a We are authorized to announce! l)icce of lttml ,,eai' town «*'doWiH 4 i j(\-m. i - 1% . ♦ * WearS* ;k 1 W Cjv.Montgomeryid it L.J the fflee of Thx Amu* • Ift' V - **tI,e ^0veultjor eli life nvo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concho Herald — 2 October 1890

1* 6 ® : t. -mey- • \ V ? * 0 ® O ® *© \) - • ii h v- .I "if**1* *v** **&*' r-/ ® V V, (t) Q THH UUhGHO .HERALD. Mlil-I'ON & HUSTON, rrsMsHKii* .* iik!l.v!;: ML*lV N. occurred to him while n refugee! iluii ihh\ be worth mention. One' night h ho huii two or three oth er boy# vvtre returning truin a party, six or eight milt'ii distant' i'roui the ranch, they discovered J t perched upon ti gale a very coiim • j j ly turkey " gobler, which these; Fiuioi: | boys were not long in posse: s'.ng . I. «i aa . d ik T I ilu A I ia a ■ a I I « k • I I l> * (•) o *. 1¥T—-x FACfe & OROZIER. Every Thantfay Vl. '.inii j r.ktu# m \to.k: .'Wn on y 0 HA Mil N 0 L'.R. HEFLEY, TEXAS, j ler was ready for the pot. Early ; *i.tM l>cr n«it . , ,,e t morning the right owner of j KnterrJ «t ! in t\ilai l!iwk. ihe turkey was seen slowly' ap- Tc** , *- in*!.tuatur. j proaebing the ranch as if tiailii>K something. O > lie eamo ami dis- mounted. 'I he hoys began to i ! titter, hot when he d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concho Herald — 7 August 1914

A (<Pt L The / VOL 25. PAINT ROCK, CONCHO COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914. No, 14 I €> Id PAINT ROCK STORE We Still Give COUPONS With all PURCHASES Bring in Your RED TICKETS We will Honor all of Them O m FAINT ROCK STORE GEO* T. FULFERSON MGR. ... ''bn JIr H. J. CROZIER & CO. LANDS, LOANS, AND ABSTRACTS. If you want to sell, this fall is your chance. Talk it over with us. OFFICE OVER GUARANTY STATE BANK PHONE CONNECTION. Wilton Youngblood of Dallas is J here on a visit to his uncle, H. W. j Gfober, and family. Miss Willie. Jones is visiting friends in Gatesville and Mc- Greyer. Mrs. Cook and little daughter of the local telephone force of Eden passeft through Paint Rock Wednesday on their way from a visit to Nolan county. Mrs. Will Ratchford of Del Iiio caine in one day this week, and is the guest of the Ratchford families. Tom Fields of near Temple is here on a visit for a few days to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fields, and family. A rain was reported on the sou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concho Herald — 7 August 1914

I. wee* (?) iHE CONCHO HERALD lJubli lutci klvury Friday $ .00 Per Year I). C. B'<0"u.s, I'.ditok AND I'koi' 4 Entered ut Mn* pustolfiw ail'uint Hock, 'J't-xus, ;u second class uinil mutu : Bo w i. • i i ! Practically all of Europe are no'A' at war w i t !i each other. The papers say that Kngland, France and Russ'a are allies on the side of Servia, while Ger- many and Austri-Hungary are On theother side. Belgium was the trouble between Germany a 11 >> England. The whole of North Europe except Norway a u <! Sweden are now in the fii_rh". Spain and Italy are trying to remain nejtral, though it is like- ly that Italy and Greece will be drawn soon into the struggle Turkey is mobili/inir her whole army. It promises to be one of the terrible wars of the world. Germans a re checked in their advance on France at Liege by the Belgians Fightsrg along the Belgian frontier Ix'twwn Ger- and Belgians, and on the Servian b o r <1 e r be* w e e n the j'ljoi'oskd amenpment to the stat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concho Herald — 7 August 1914

mmm mmm NAME OF OWNER £> Unknown D City or Town Millersview PaintvRo-jk Lot s.w '■ \* 2 4: Oi 6: fli 4:10 lln 8150 4:53 !60 ;04 i 2J22 *•40 i;A 2] A 3: A 4« A i! b 2; b 3:b 4: b 1| A '2i A 8! 4 Statu Taxks CorxTY Taxks Outlot 5 0 7 6 9 10 11 12 13 10 17 18 3 4 5 8 9 10 11 14 15 10 17 lb Hartgrove S & II May Kirkpatriek S. B 51 w <"D < ft g cp $ • 3 3 1 ? ! ? 3 p i C A 23 o 17 1 ©' 3 05 i vj OR 00 04 01 01 00 04 01 01 00 23 04 17 01 0,r) 01 05 14 10 03 03 02 02 02 02 02 02 Of. 04 01 01 05 03 01 01 12 09 03 02 00 04 01 01 02 02 01 02 02 01 02 02 01 02 02 01 02 02 01 02 02 01 02 02 01 02 02 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 011 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 1)1 01 01 01 01 01 ; 01 01 ;; 01 01 01 01 01 01 ol! 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 ol 01 Ol i , D |3 25 00! 00 01)1 25 15 03 08 03 00 05 13 00 03 D3 03 03 03 03 03 03 01 01 01 01 Of 01 01 01 01 01 U1 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 (A 1 rr* v. *> • * S G. 5' J\&...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concho Herald — 7 August 1914

© . .0 $ t; * SOCIALIST COUNTY TICKET rOR COUNTY JUDGE J. f. cavk FORGOUNTY AND DISTRICT CLERK W. VI Tuknkb fOR COUNTY TREASURER * w. 0. andkkson EOR COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR c. l. smith TOR SHERIFF AND TAX COLLECTOR hi ck cuavkns FOR COUNTY CHAIRMAN .j. m. kino PRECINCT No. 1 FOR JUSTICE OF. PEACE w. if. lkakk FOR CONSTABLE w. h. baker FOR COMMISSIONER j, s. etheitirwjk FOR PUBLIC WEIGHER Frank White PRECINCT No. 2 FOR COMMISSIONER U. J. Crawford FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE B. j. Crawford PRSCINCT No. For Comminioner* O. Jacoiison For Constable Geo. Mcouffin For Justice of Peace Eenkst Savage For Public Weigher Tom Robeuson PRECINCT No. For Commissioner C. T. Williams For Justice of Peace C. T. Williams / i ' Mr. Roach lias been appointed Fair director of the San Angelo Fair for tnis portion of the eoun- try, and he is anxious that we have an exhibit of farm products that will do the country proud at tho Fair. Let us not. neglect this matter but begin now to make collection of fine maize, cane...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concho Herald — 23 June 1916

i - V rj * it / yL\~4 Au VOL. 27 PAINT ROCK, CONCHO COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY; JUNE 23. 1916. NO.' 12 ■ . GUARANTY STATE BANK ' Capital, $25,000.00 Surplus, 12,500.' KgBCTggaaBaig>cHg ! I j. D. McCollom, Vice Pres. j. M. Patto.v, Cashier R. T. Trail, Pkes. J. T. Ballard, Vice Pres. Dick Trail, Ass'tCash. NOTICE TO WATER CUSTOMERS I NRS. ED. DOZIER i-i FOR SALE: 5 passenger Ford good as new. Cash o r terms Dr. T. P. Lynch, Paint Rock, The Baptist protracted meet- ing will be held here soon, very soon. It is only about one week till time to begin it will start the first Saqday in July. R. T. Trail and family have gone to Mineral Wells this week on a visit. They went in one of their automobiles. Mr. Ben Jiesching and Miss Eula Collins were married last Thursday. Bro. Adair perform- ed the ceremony [r. Frank Wyatt has entered io sheriff's race and has had Is name.placed on the ticket. Saturday was the last day to get on the ticket in the regular way. o Judge Ooodwin and Dr. A. E. Baton s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concho Herald — 23 June 1916

r„, J " *< Ml"1 If If 1> 1 i I 'if -f * , . Bar ?•••' • jd ltLV> *t" v ■' i'.it CCrt'CHO HERALD iT.i«n ji«u r.vny I'ju'uy SI i/o J^er Yeai l.ii. run AND 1 i 'M.S. 11 'aini Hock, : > II.bi I JiiUlle fc' Itied tttlUf (lOtitOf. '/Ixal. ai K-cni.i -a wr—rrrr The weather i* a bu* y man the«e duys <ii«liio^ o.jt the hot evenings interspersed with cool mornings. Every other one is busy trying to be comfortable with what the weather man gives us. Friday tii#> town was lonesome because of the number who went to Millersvie'w to the pic- nic. ■■■ Gnstine, Comanche county,' has shipped out new this season. 1 The oats sold for 80c. Most of, our oats wiil be helu for a betterj price or sold in the local market, for a belter price. ! - • i Oijo of the boys who attended ' the big barbecue at Miilei sview j Friday noticed the great num- bei- of automobiles tiiere. A very few years ago the greatest num ber of vehickles at a big country gathering would havu been, and was, buggies, ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concho Herald — 23 June 1916

■ill rfiitf* 1 I ■w ■B" «s *=! ."J. 1 '«■ DR. BOGER, DENTIST ' « Has Opened One Of The Bast Equipped Denial Offices In The Souih, In Central Nat'I Bank Brtilding, San Angelo. Dr. Boger is a graduate of one of the foremost colleges of the United States and has had 20 years experience. Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. Can refer you to numbers of people in city for whom he has practiced. In order to secure your future practice he offers special inducement* for the next thirty dnys to those needing first class dental work. All instruments thoroughly ster- ilized before each operation. « AIJL WORK GUARANTEED Rooms bo4-sos. moond floor, cents national hank uvu.dinq COLUMBIA © San Angelo, Texas. $50to*500 COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONfcs $1755 to$50 COLUMBIA OOUBLE-W4C RECORDS G5*to*7S2 ■' n a H. H. RATCHFORD, AGENT PAINT ROCK TEXAS WANTED: Enginemen and trainmen for service on the Gulf Colorado and Santa F6 Railway. The present employes in the engine, train and yard service on the Gulf, Colorado ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concho Herald — 23 June 1916

tflflU-Wm 'JLL... j .ii'.L'J ■A*. *-4—'-:-— b*r • y [-'# .. A' • >2 .! .1 .1 II. • E-CBUDBIIBTOI SPEC A LIST On All Chronic, Private and Nervous Discasoa His Permanently Laicatcd in San Angolo. The Man of La t Resort AFFLICTKD MKM AND vcomi :f You Know Whether You Nied MEDICAL, ATI : :.TIUN If You Do, Seo Dr. Crudyington I am an-EXPERIENCED and RI'XIABLK SPECIALIST in • lie treatment of nil Chronic, Nervous, Deep-seated, Special and Private Diseases. I suc- cessfully treat at the lowest coat- Stricture, ' Hydrocele, Blood Poison, . Rupture, Piles, Fistula; Blood and Skin Diseases, Lost Vitality, Prostractic Disease?, Female Complaints, Diseases of the Stomach and Liver. IF YOU NEED A SPECIALIST, WHY GO AWAY TO SOME DOCTOR YOU DON'T KNOW? COME TO ME IN STRiCT CONFIDENCE. NEWLY CONTRACTED CASES are quickly CURED. CONSULT/ - TION, EXAMINATION and ADVICE FREE. Honest methods and Square Dealings is MY MOTTO. No Deceptive Advertising or Mis leading statements. IF UNABLE TO CALL, WRITE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concho Herald — 19 July 1918

( ' t VOL. £8 PAINT ROCK, CONCHO COUNTt, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1918. NO. 16 Save—Buy Right To SAVE as the Goverment asks and wants us to you must puy to the best advantage. We carry the greatest varieties in fresh vegeta- bles and eatables as well as in Staple Groceries. We make prices as low as the lowest Trade With Us H. H. Ratchford An Interesting Letter^" "" from Mr. Seaberry If yon want a grain store in Paint R()ck, pay up. We cat not buy grain and feed without cash we must have what you owe us. J. L. Winniford Grain Store. James Evans of Eden, with some other Eden boys, were In Paint Rock Tuesday to inter view the Local War Board with reference to the necessity of j their war activities. J, K. Fred of Eden was in Paint Rock a short while Tues- day, Mr. Fred has been in Eden for several years and has been engaged for a portion of the time in the grain business and later in the grocery and feed business. He has contract ed for a farm in Menard county Camp Taylo v July Dear Mr....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concho Herald — 19 July 1918

,<4S& \ t hm w life y: 1 MXy- Raf* tv •. ml THE CONCHO HERAIJD Plihll* V- S? ' .f. .-.* n. c. Bwtjss', E6ITOB Pkop. S'*t«rM'lfV& poatoffiee at Paint Rock, Tdiit U Meond claaa mall matter The Wg drive started Sunday. In tbe first the Germans advanc- ed in a cloud of smoke and reached our lines in (he emok'j They were Successful in driving them back about two miles. Later reports show tho Ameri- cans ha?^ gained all op the south of the river back from the Get • mans. It is severe fighting was the other big drives. Pan* is t^o^ptytjtjo be the objective. The old gin in Paint " FTock burned down Wednesday, ft1 ■ r- nvou. The ^.rb* Was^iftcopied after itwas^under good head way. Lh^afrtfec|| in thjp^ejvu'ine 1 oom*4i)r oste I tdri'w' soji' A" the room was clear of trash 01 Iitte*>~-< There wa.«r swvRFituTliT 1 h>j! eu^ine and it may hft>;« heti set through cuyibwity by mail borjrsi^'The" gin was in jxoi i lieon ruV. jo: .so&d'yoaip'ajis Wfe liiivii hud potation* ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concho Herald — 19 July 1918

Vharles Hchiller. Mrtt No •8+r Oort No 518, Surv N<> )t;.'M, original gran t e i) Dol)J<?ft, J<> zeros delinquent I )Q, Total taxes 21.14. I) M Shugarl. A list no lc'. Cert n< 1041, Surv nor.'tUj, oriyinul grautec- I! H iS: F, no ik'it's delinquent 1, totai l;i <(>k J.-l". K L Sims, Abst No 1130, Cert No 80. Ritrv No 11, original grantee S W & W Go, No acres delinquent .')20, totti1 t ixpb 22 3(1. C S Smith, Rden, .'Uteres blflok .'! Roberts addition, total taxes (). 18. N E Stephens. Abst. No 511), t en No IH-125, Surv No 11, original grant- ee Ind. Rjr. Co, No i^eri s dalinquun 230.9", total taxes 44.2", N M Wilte. Millersvletr, lot. I iind t block 21, Hai'ljfrovc addition, J^ots 1, 2, ii, 4 and 5, liloclc 22. llari K''ove addition. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and block 2.1, Hart- grove addtion, _Lot3 1,2, J, 4 an 1 f>, block .'id, Hart' grove addition, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, 1 1 n"*k 31, Mart- grove addition. Lots 1 and 2, block 32, Ifartjfrovt a Idition, • . L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concho Herald — 19 July 1918

) W '' !' p R'i1* ■ §&i &$*■ m *, *.< V i-.'■■}. yftw .•Vkii 3;.,. , ,; , es^= ► A« <•—'•' Special Tax For Maintenance ef Public Schools And Furnish- ing Free Text ' Books. House Joint Resolution No. 27. Proposing an amendment to Art. 7 of the Constitution of the State of Texas by changing 8ec. 3, providing for a thirty-five cent tax levy for the maintenance of the public schools of Texas, and providing free text books in public schools of the State of Texas, and making an appropriation therefor. Be it resolved by the Legislature or the State of Texas: Section 1. That Section 3, Article 7, of the Constitution, be so changed as to read as follows (creating a new section 3): Sec. 8. One fourth of the revenfie derived from the State oc- cupation taxes and a poll tax of one ($1.00) dollar on every malo in- habitant of this State, between the ages of twenty-one and sixty years, shall be set apart annually for the benefit of the public free schools', and, in addition thereto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Concho Herald — 26 July 1918

**<« ' :• flMiWM* - r r VOL. 28 PAINT ROCK, CONCHO COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1918. NO. 17 Gash Paid For Country Produce Save Money by Buying Groceries in Bulk at Jeanes Produce Co. Don't forget to bring money for we are do- ing a strictly CASH business. Hon, T. F. Cunningham of Abilene spoke in. Paint Rock Thursday afternoon in the inter- est of the campaign of Mr. Per guson. Mr. Cunningham is a life ioug prohibitionist and is said to be a tine gentleman by ali who know him. He had the court house well filled and a larger part of his audience were women. There were many Fer- guson supper.ers present but more Hobby supporters. Heac cused Hobby of having double crossed the prohibitionists in securing controlling interest in a prohibition paper that was started in Waco after the defeat of submission in 1911 and turn- ing over the paper to the brew- ieres. He charged that Hobby had the breweries behind him in this campaign giving as one ar- gument that he had appointed Mr. Seal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Concho Herald — 26 July 1918

T f — ssss THE CONCHO HERALD 1; v vt' |,v m-i r JSrm-Si,- . ■ "• P>" >! • * W.; 'Vv , 1 Lt V.: i' Published Every Friday if 00 Per Year D. C. Editor and Pkop. Ertered llh« postoffloe at Paint Rook. Texas, ai second class mail matter In the beat of the camifeigns when white heat is on we are likely to say things of those who differ from as that under more quiet times we know we should'not have said. We are all neighbors and friends Let us diffler if wo mast on men and measures, but let as ail accord honesty of purpose and heart to each 99 long as he stays in tbe bounds of law and lends every atom of bis being to the support, both moral and materia), to our national government in its su- preme struggle with Germany and What Germany stands for. It is frie me and it is due you and every other honest man. Hon. Thomas L. Blanton, can- didate for Congressman from this, tbe sixteenth district to succeed himself, spoke at Paint Rock Monday afternoon as per announcement. He made a good ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Concho Herald — 26 July 1918

—f- ■ A t '' i *; Eola, lot 8, blk. 5, total taxee 3.41,1916. Eola, lot 1, blk. 7, Boardman Add, total taxes 86c, 1911. Eola, lot 2, blk. 7, Boardman Add, total taxes 86c, 1911. Eola, lot 1, blk. 8, Boardman Add. total taxes 86c, 1911. Eola, lot 2, blk. 8, Boardman Add. total taxes 86c, 1911. Millersview S 100 ft. lot 2', blk. 4, total tax es 86c, 1913. N W 100x108 ft. lot 1, blk. 4. total taxes 43c, 1914. 50x200 ft. lot 1, blk. 4, total taxei ISc, 1914. Part lot 1, bite: 5, total taxc 2.56 North I blk. 6, total taxes, &Ge, 1916. Block 7, total taxes 77c. S W part blk. 8, total taxe> 86c, 1913. Lot 9, blk. 10, total taxes 43c. 191(5. Lot 10, blk. 10, total taxes 43c, 1916. Lot 3, blk. 11, total taxes 18c. West J lot 1, blk. 12, total tax- es 18c. West i lot 2, blk. 12, total tax es 18c. Loci, blk. 17, tatal taxes 48r. Lot 4, blk. 1, Barr Add. total taxes 18c, 1915. Lot 5, blk. 1, Bitrr Add. total taxes 18c, 1915. Lotl, blk. 7, Barr Add, total taxes 18c. Lot 2, blk. 7, Barr ad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Concho Herald — 26 July 1918

- The realities of war have sever been portrayed so graphically and vividly aa in the gripping narrative, Gunner Depew READ IT! > Are the phildren in your town getting a square deal? 'Are they being allowed to learn the principles of thrift? Mibs Grace Broyles was ir, Eden,this week or\ business for he Herald.^ ew ' Hi Moat Amazing Story of the War m Ate two of bat- i years with tne Huns, Gun- has written Aa of the war—a big# j, blood-etirring m which there is _ doing" every from the tap of the to the final round. Gunner Depew is an i sailor-fighter, fly with hfo fists na a 14-inch gun. His e is packed solid fighting and adven- in many corners of Read y;, , , , . ,, • ' |. Gunner Depew Yo Will Mr. Enjoy Every ofThieCsrOftt Serially UNDERTAKING. FUNERAL DIRECTORS LICENSED EMBALMERS MOTOR HEARSE and AMBULANCE t. s. lankford. FURNITURE and UNDERTAKING. BALLINGER, TEXAS. tssmeassm** a* . fiT'T,,q • mu. iininni inninnii nnnnii .i" ■•[" inr totrespiimen is hereby given that i on the Ip...

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