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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 May 1920

fo pi IPS r Volume 11 4 < stki > SOOSTKRS FROM PLAINVIEW AND DALLAS VIMT TXJ1IA LAST WEEK As pet nrrnngements mid sehcitnle TttUa srns honored last week with the vkit of ihe rininviots nnd Dallas boosters Tuesday afternoon the llninviow boosters visited our eityf nnd by their M > Snblo manners nnd the scattering of sonvftnlrs rlf r eoniented the friendls relations altcd islitir SpVndid mttsle wits nl o furnished by their b i d though sve boliese the Tulla mntletan with this band deserso uiuch of praise for the excellent music company but now having a business of his own Wo havo known these gentlemen for years and have always found friends visit us Texas is of course a big state but when friends met and make closer relationships the intervening miles arp east nsmidor and we are one big family And this is truly as it should bo for us one section prospers so does another and as oao section suffers oven so do tho others Friond ship bridges distance though of course money and tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 May 1920

i K n O a o ntwlViw < A V W CHRISTIANIZED FOREIGNERS PROVE LOYAL TO FLM UNITED STATES OUTMKRN BAPTISTS PINO THAT NO EVANOELIZED PERSON FRO OTHER COUNTRIES HAS PROVED TRAITOR TO HIS ADOPTED LAND LAROE WORK IS BEINO OONE AMONG THEM A group of UrQe boy of foreign parentage reached and made happy by Bnptlit Good Will Center pAtrlifbun mid religion no hand In I hand In tho wmli whhli Southern linn tlsta are doitiK for Ilia for Iriit In their midst d iro the several work iri In tho field who havo found that wherever n man woman or child of foreign birth or pmontnKc him been won to tin Christian rollislon that one iitiuiili foursquare for the flag lawn And Institutions of tho Cnltod Stalea > Work In ovnnKi llzlng and Amorlcun IrlnK the tooooim poopln of foreign birth nnd pnrcntngn rcalitlng within thn terrltors of Hie Hnuthnrn Ilnpilut Convention lum boon carried on by rnp roHPiiUtlvoa of tho Homo Mlsnlon Board nuil tho Womans M8snloiiiiry Vnlon of the Southern Bnptlat Convon tlon an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 May 1920

Kpf IrW fe r fes Si < I s > + 0S < > TT D o iocao n e e n o > > t x r a o D o THE QUICK MEAL OIL STOVE One of the Best Stoves on the Market We handle this line aid gladly recommend them to our customers The Quick Meal is what the name implies it gets a meal in a hurry LINN BOTTS J P Linn W G Botts o n o D Staple and Fancy Groceries NOTIONS OUT MY PRICES BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE Postoffice Building Phone 42 IOBMI Let Us Serve You COBB GRAIN CO Phone No 14 Kress Texas SHERIFFS NOTICE OF ELECTION State of Texas County of Swisher Notice is hereby given that un election will bo hold on tho 2llth day of May 1U20 at tho school house in Common School District No 22 in this County as established by order of the Hoard of County School Trustees of date tho 3th day of February 1017 which is recorded in Book 1 iago 17 of tho Record of School Districts of said County to detcrutine whether a majoritv of the legally qualified voters of that District desire to consolidate said Distr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 May 1920

I h M 4 w i f iZujUi l + 1 V fir it mJ kt im THE TULIA HERALD msuncAX obrtan owam AINSTT OftfcYAN Miter J BNOIEMAN Publisher Sabicrlptlon 200 Per Yetr BflUrtd u McoadelaM nail i M tfc pottoffiet t Tulia Tint LET US INSURE JORDAN OIlICi Over Tnlia Hank w j ittUr TIJMA THYAS MAY 23 1020 BEOEIVINO SUPPLIES TOR NEW LUMBER YAHD IN TULIA Quite n lot of shingles sand nrul other supplies lire lining received thla wool by Mr A Harris for hit new lumber yard In Tiilln The yard will bo located mi Mm northwest corner of this block on which the Hornld Is located Mr Harris states Mint the material li rnther slow Id coming hut Unit Just nn oon na Iho matorlnlfl arrive In will begin Mid erection nf his officii boildinf nnd tho shods for the limning of his liimlior Mr Harris Is nn expert and capable lumber lonlor of ears of experience ntul wo gladly welcome lilui to Tulia In bin former homn In Kress hn wan ninoiifj tho leader In every thini that pertniued for the jond of the town nnd country and wo ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 May 1920

U s i 7 mS OTXO SAJS1 OODDAIO ITU FAOM ABOUT DIAMUrXA bwutfed infanta while not so dan y tlieleM require attention nl in iuh V w proper atten iui Mja to given the lower tho death rate will be among this claw of cases for Mthonrt the case bo may mild no oneS Aoon compHcatlon may g lMd the effects of the two diseases JMM may prove to bo too irrrat a strata ° the constitution of the victim Ned is dangerous in all cases but especially so in Intestional troubles iw Ik eases of bottlefed babies tho general nutrition and growth are very quicklv affected by diarrhea Toxic complies Mons may develop which require quick aetlon and rather complicated dletttlc treatment Boi long as a ease remain uncomplicated in the breastfed infanti and the diarrhea Is light the lcngthenlnc of In tcrvals between nursing periods and shortening the time at the breast may prove very beneficial especially with the administration of pure boiled water between meals with a gradual return to normal feeding for nursing...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 May 1920

JJ 1 i l t m It a it CLOTHING SAVINGS Our Stock of Men and Boys Suits is large We can fit and please you in Quality and Price We handle the well known Kuppenheimer make Our regular prices are lower than the socalled sale prices you see advertised Mens Suits 7000 Suit for 6250 00 Suit for 5750 J000 Suit for 5250 5500 Suit lor 4950 5000 Suit for 4500 4500 Suit lor 4150 4750 Suit for 4200 4000 Suits for 3600 3500 Suit for 3175 3000 Suit for 2675 2500 Suit for 2000 2000 Suit for1650 r Boys Suits 2000 Suit for 1650 1800 Suit for 1575 1650 Suit for 1450 1500 Suit for 1250 J 250 Suit for 1075 All Men and Boys Trousers are reduced from regular prices MONEY SAVING ON SHOES All Shoes except W L Douglas which are priced at the factory and on which the margin of profit is very small are reduced Mens Shoes 1S50 Stacy Adams Shoes for 1650 1500 Shoe for 1350 750 Shoe for 650 r 1350 Shoe for 1100 1250 Shoo for 1075 1000 Shoe for S50 900 Shoe for 775 800 Shoe for 695 Ladies 1650 Shoe 1350 Shoe 1250 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 May 1920

kt < 1 r < v I TV 7 r LOCAL AND POOONAL a Mm J f Neat k wcovcrlmg from arrere tttaek of Krlotta MM TT Ervin u la Harpv Jut flttBrtsy vtaUlag with het doughtct Mrs Faak Scott Mrt E A Foe was on the sick list the fiwt of the week but la much bet ter at thii wrltiag Horace Edmondson of Silverton was the guest of Mr and Mrs J O Bom last Saturday and Sunday Mm T A Gray was in Vanhandle last Saturday to attend the funeral of her friend Mrs Lee Saterwhtte Mr and Mrs Jess Walker and Mrs M B Perkins of Latnesa arc esteemed visitors with Mr and Mrs 11 C Perkins Mrs W H Dodson and little son of Lubbock are in Tulla visiting Mrs Dodsona grandparents Elder and Mrs P Johnson We wish to thank our friends Willis X Hawkins and J J Xcwsom for an order to send them the Tulia Herald for the coming year We always havo a little Life Insur anee left but do not wait until vou die beforo seeing us rS C GRAHAM and C T WALLACE of his candidacv for District Attorney of this the C4th Judicial District MIL...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 May 1920

fc f 7 > tf < r i J K r 1 < MKa EHNEST WHITE Editor l m j Library Building University of Toxna on Lort Typical Shack of fox is Lowor Rlffht Hand Cornor i thoHt frame ImlldliiKB nrn vory T luirooin and ablo Thla Ih ttn OKportally of tho I IuIldiiiBa imirhinleal insliuoiltiK biilldlnnn with inathlncry valued at 200utn j riull alotio IhIiib moro than JSOooo It U Htatcd Tho Inhoislty prlntinK plant In the School of Journalism shack loproonts Invoice raluc of about 20000 State proi lty lu tluKO iliickn la nntJ ct alio to datnaKi by IohVuko of bad roofrt and tho RiludlnK dtmt that pourH In thtotiRli the window cailnys and other opening Spoil Otherwise Beautiful Surround lng Iu the lack of financial provision or tho eioctlou of pprinnnnt bulldlnns t Hid Inlvoislt tliuHe wooden shi ckn hum be n IncrnAicd In uumber until thny now ovamhudnw the otherwise Jttrjctlvene of th hy8lc l plant of th Institution It it tSMrUa that astda from the uaMiktllaam of thrne franun biilldlaitti Uay ar...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 May 1920

ft i To Anyone vA Who Wants A Home Xmm fk ItM tr L BBOOKS inawiakff Coasty ThU Tom Konay ltj m4 ky tmytag t rf cfcap land PImm tmA ttia uA If yo io Mt wtti to toy kut it to Mm on who doea Tfcli land Ulntti Mallow atar bait 652 acres all fenced and crossed fenced 425 acres n cultivation vv and windmill near railroad Price 43500 per acre 10000 cash balance ilve years at six percent 060 acres all fenced and crossed fenced 550 acres in cultivation 1T5 acres in wheat 176 acres in oats ndw five room house > cll and wind mill on public Toad Price 3750 per acre 17000 cash balance one to five years at six per cent i 343 acres all fenced and crossed fenced well and wind mill with other improvements Price 2750 per aero 4000 cash balance one to six years at seven per cent 480 acres un improved level prairie land Price 1900 per acre 12 cash balance one to five years at six percent 180 acres all fenced two miles to school and post office Price 2000 per acre 1000 cash down balauec one to three ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 May 1920

a h i if f b fe u a battery has to stand EVERY more or less pounding every day of its life for even the best springs in the world can t absorb all the jolts The effect of big and little bumps will be greatly lessened if you see to it that the battery is clamped tightlyJn place Or ask its to see to it next time you come in COOPER MOTC CO General Auto and Machine Work Vulcanizing Tires and Accessories Phone 124 Tulia Texas lllACl MM UlUIl tttlO m mr + + + + + HSM + M + S i + H K + + + t If There Were No Churches f WHAT THEN Honor and clean living would be undermined Crime in all its hideousness would prevail You need the church The church needs v Cant beat the t Methodist Church 1 Church of the old time religion i 1100 A M SERVICES 730 P M J + + + + + + t < < 5j < h + 4 > < < < < vh + 4 WILL PAY 1000 REWARD for correct present address of J M Jake Brown a tramp originally from Arkansas and who at onetime resided in Tulia Texas Address Dennis Zimmormann Attorney ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 June 1920

Volume 11 double Kteeu to oats tho greon feed ia to be proai l for otherwise and tho yard n ciaii for exercise grounds S5 to t1 < fntrri feet for each bird Xvill bo suffx icn poultry speeinlisfn of IV Tnitid p f Department of AarbuHure siy llexanonal wire netting mel ine ll is suitable for fencing mi rn h bought cheaply Wliore soveril > are adjoining the feturn may be 1 onrd ed up sit the bottom to a i mM if to 2 12 feet or I nih Jtvb i < > i be used in place of them bo ir K to > r vent the mules fighting i tj < r Height of fcneen will ueed to b < rpg lated by the vnrioty of fowls Tin heaviest breeds like tho Brahma nitty be restrained by a 1foot femn wliile most of the other breeds fin b < s it in by a 0 foot fctuv otne of 1hf lfm burgs and Leghorns however d 7 or S fool fen e Ry lij > flight feathers on one wing they k u b kept in without uitich troudo U tsi nhould bo provided in order t < > nut access from one yard to the nxt i Spices Spices HOW T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 June 1920

X A < A f I Ml s U sPi t > Mens Suits 7000 Suit for G250 6500 Suit for 5750 6000 Suit for 5250 5500 Suit for 4950 5000 Suit for 4500 4500 Suit for 4150 4750 Suit for 4200 4000 Suits for 8600 3500 Suit for 3175 3000 Suit for 2675 2500 Suit for 2000 2000 Suit for 1650 roit nr hmiotion as associate juHTiou or suramin court To tilt Dimhi rail > tT 4 of Now II nl II > tlun lit > ii tilniine frun it > I f ilin I r i I r i unit l r I i i f mir no i i 11 i liiiilitinii 1 rl it l i fi > of lllr Hliil I llllll I tlUCo < l0 it I III Ml Citnhllsliod mil on II Hunk < > m it r n ii liU i ilih i ii v drtl fii i > iiiul oil 11 Inn li i lliiril of mi iiX m it Iluri < if > i i I I tl nil Itn > > ll it I ill I h 1 n tii it I it < I ti rn I II SI I iiuiM i n mi If flIT Tf IM l ft I I I 111 I rtuli il I > I 11 IllUinSWO ll 1 t I I Ill ill f ittv I Mi I m Ii I i I i I < it I n II lot I < irl I I I Iolltieilll I Hi II lr i i < nil ntll f r m n v ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 June 1920

i T i t I t in D e n o I I 1 THE QUICK MEAL OIL STOVE One of the Best Stoves on the Market Wy handle this line and gladly recom mence them to our customers The Quick Meal is what the name implies it gets a meal in a hurry LINN BOTTS J P Linn W G Botts loiaocL Ljonoi ioiaoE = = iocaoi ioi 1 VA BECK 2 Staphs and Fancy Groceries O NOTIONS GET MY FBIOES BEFOBE BUYING ELSEWHERE H Postoffice Bujlajng Phone 42 OI considered very rare Another copy made at the same tine there were three wan Hold for T r00000 The tfift tomes from Miss Whiting asa gift most generouh to tlie Baylor Inivorsity collii lion of Brownlngaiin winch already places the Bljlor tollec tion ono of the foremost in the world The gift Mas secured through Dr A 7 Armstrong head of the department of English The passing of this great literary treasure into the Bumning colic tion of Biv ler w ill be Hindi at a vniv notnblu t > AS < jTAU5 IOE COBB GRAIN CO Phone No 14 Kress Texas lonoc aocaou FAMOUS LITERARY CASTE IS PRESENT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 June 1920

3 Ms a BHWHB BIH HlStOMHWEIH l H Jr i BATTERY ard THAOt MAHK MKOISTCNCB is one thing THERE about our business that interests you all the time that is the matter of getting topnotch service and long life out of the battery on your car That means a job for yon and a job for us Even batteries with Threaded Rubber Insulation must be kept charged and must havo water put in once in a while COOPER MOTOR CO General Auto and Machine Work Vulcanizing Tires and Accessories Phono 124 Tuliii Texas RAMSEY HONEA Cash Grocery DRARSIR We have sold our stock of merchandise to W F Griffin Wo appreciate your past patronage and believe that you will receive good service and courteous treat meat at V P Griflins Those who wish H 2 to pay their accounts will 11 ml Mr Uamsoy J at Gnilm s Store 3 YourMniU g iMSiY v IIONEA HIw M M w Bmi K ai mxmna w anew hkhnmbbsi NIS1 i ND KWiU > u itiaipitiH < < > SUCKING INSECTS iiiuKKN8 IMMUNE HOM 11IBM n IN iVltUMUNE > 1 In Umi I 1 bv TULIA PRODUCE CO t J ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 June 1920

> b I > V y Jff tut if I r will ng S V to Volume 11 THE ONLY ANSWER TO ALL WHO IK NOT LIKE TJIX3 COUNTRY W > suffMUon is thh > tf yon dont this totuitry ami lis methods 0 Uif > rv you can yorr content On th other wish to assume the duties ami shnro tuo responsibilities of citlwiwhin 1 for oiic sAonltl bo happy to ha0 vou stay We arc glad and proud in Amvr in this eouu try an asylum vvhieJi guarantees to them tho light to life libertv ami tho pursuit ot happiness lint we should tc a weak and miserable nation indeed if we failed to bar or to evict thoao who eomo to destroy Its for vou to decide Loo Oh judge I want to stav 1 dont want to leave America 1 am sure 1 will make a good citizen Then stay you shall 1 am going to put my trust in you and I feel con fident that such trust will not bo mis plnecd My best wishes ro with you Our little conference was at an cud Sly friend tho spokesman of the committee however was in no hurrv to leave the courtroom possibly became you l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 June 1920

THE MM KBKSOT WHITE Editor Ete4 nun bor of nddltotiiil idinckK to nrom moil Ho the utmlnnU Al lilt tin r Iheio no iwotit tutn of llico uu lulu ly und lllflpliLiicd Inilhllnrs upn c < inu > uM Th < lompoiuty woodun unpadded Btrm i itv < icinu > ut a otil coat of uppioxliuitoly jaonOi0 rut moru > > l l > 11 nilv wi iil it ii clulnoil bv evpett hulldoi cln n < count of tho Illin nnturo of th < < < > n Sim Hon uf lf hiIm tin v ia 1iit n l > > t ii 1 hi > iiler I1 v in ho mot ct > if i lliolr upt i i Pvrit In tiio H < uilitlon of H v mi of tm > l of ti Mm > annual < ot of pun wotu up thorn is u imit lv I 77uc r it > iiii woodMi oitnki 10 001 III llimioiiof tin buIdinK ii i lii Hbraty mill Pdu ciliiti IiiiIUI m iv I h aid if the too I niodo ii tvpo nr i on iiicllott tlm cost of upkeMp Is piuttHuIly nothing Inftatnmnble Sliaeke Drr Menace U le pAliitMd out nlno Hint tlio twent otic huh which mo uriltuiod uboul tliu ftinip ii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 June 1920

y RSV jy sfa K > W i I i D o n o o o o D D o 0o D o L yv p A y4 J m nuowi awim h Awtia Tex May 20 Lct us tty Garage loomm roB ooxjktt kxhuits AT MAT rAISS THM TALL 4 remember the other fellow has Stamford June 1 Kfforts will bee rights which tvo as good citizen made to have at least thhtt West Tex should respect And thouch we onr r county exhibits of sericulture at the Wives may not bo afraid lo have meas Dallas State Yalr aceordinc to J les smallpox or any of the eommwit1 Well nirrleullurnl and exhibit manager cable diseases it does not necessarily j of the West Texas Chamber of Corn imply that onr neighbors hold the same inersc who i already vl ttne < imiitles views therefore wo have no moral or legal ri ht to expose him to inch dangers without his knowledge and eon sent says Dr G W Ooddnrd State Health Officer Continuing IV Goddwrd declare Suffer little children to crime unto and communities to interest them in the project The organisation will seek to have the several ecum...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 June 1920

v < A if i < S lTKf Ult f n iw an j fnlir t writer 111 vlni Hill u u TiALD juunmr omta Mit r J 1WOL1MAM Foblliber Mmeriptkm 200Per Y r I t rri m MCMdelMt sail i M Ik fxjrtofle at Tnlla T u iMtar TUMA TKXAS MNH 1 1H20 A CITY or HOMB OWNEU8 In walking nlxitit our itreeti one U tronuly InipreMed with ho tlioituht that truly In Tulln In coining a city of homo mvnnni Ami thl Ihnuuht of rourko enrrle with It tin idea of itn proving ntiil hcnutlfyiiij llm hmnoo While wo of citirse can not In one nr tlclo tell n tho tunny linprn omenta he lnj tlniln yet It ikxd afford r at plonitiro to ennmcrato a fi w of tlmm Dr 1 J Ornwford tintt rerentlv txniLlit titt old KlrltijfiT plan nlmot n lilock nort lnif the lintel Tlilili He lifM hnd the Iwnsn turned nroiiiid mid pl irid ntinrnr the iniithiimt corner of the lot Workman tiro htisy repnliJii tin Iioihc nnd no li < llc < thin home will ouii ho olio of the idcil lintmM of Tulln Mm N A Ciiojuir lint had her linmu moved thl week front her ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 June 1920

m IX vl 1I t 1 4 H v A v Mill v LOCAL AND PH90NAL BOWB mm to attend the revival ntcotJae BOW in progress nt thcDiuitUt church Canptixt Lifetime iwgpllt Codar Fence Co Posts nt FULTON LUMltEIt V L Harmon one of the imluslriou fanners of Swisher County iimde tho Herald office an appreciated all lliurx day afternoon Hi was > lea od to re late for another new his subscription yonr Thank jon sir Cnriwntiir it 0 Jonjiiii i ftt home ngnin He itao be p pending sex rat wfueks in tho Nmituoutern poriiou of the County doing noun expert work for tlie fanners in that omWoii Mrs Walter Itbks and little dUigh ter Marion Marie of Canadian re tinned Thursday to their home tt ponding u few days in lulia vwituig with Mrs Uiclv mother Mrs D A Tuudtor and othor rclaties Miss Julia Clark wus in Kre s and lliinpy Monday looking after some business for the Herald She was n < eniuminicd bv her mother Mrs Clark Mrs A L McMurtry Mr 0 P Held and daughter Mm Hoy oss Iuul llriue t visiting with rolutUi nnd...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 June 1920

f f It I I St s2f Haw mi in ina IIMl Ml Mla taa taw u M M H M M f < i Vtfw il from ami Ccj YO < 1 A LOYAL TO FUG OF UNITED STATES OUTHERN BAPTISTS FIND THAT NO EVANGELIZED PERSON FROM OTHER COUNTRIES HAS PROVED TRMTOR TO HIS ADOPTED LAND LARGE WORK in DEINQ DONE AMONO THEM Intrlolxm td ri h 1 r hand In U10 wr li whlli Southon < < u > IIbIm uro doing tor tins fun Ign 1 in tholr nilildt dnc ro tho covernl work Ora In tho flild who linvii found Hint whormi > r n u in wom in op child of forolin blrtli or pnronlrtKi 1m tin won to tht > PhHiiUnn rnllslin tliot oil ottindii fotirsiiuarn for the fla lawn and Institutions of tho I nltad Stit < Work In cviiiic llltiK anil American Ijslnj thn l 0f > 00i iiooplo of forulirn btrtli itnd jmr ninico rcnltllm wltiln R Campaign Important Centors Named non of tlu > more Important In 1 n timili iiid rtnuthw i l ork nf iili ihnrail ir ourrlod Hliliiiniil ami Norfolk Vlr Ilnliluioro Maryland ltmlB iikM Tumpi I lortila ltd i...

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