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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 October 1920

mi if Ki ts vOiLf v I kM 1 V J 1 iVi w Mil if > X r i 4 w > Volume 11 WMOXItM or IHX SWISHER OOHTY CHILD WBLTABE BOAKD Miss Norma Cunningham district worker for tho Panhandle of the Texas Childrens Homo v COTTON SITUATION Theodore who U nt ftV v vv v taTftte tl y tC vloth product of hiilnan labor and It noJd ilt W hIX u iPCnart andI rt ta that every bale of eotton now Sftlewf lZ 5t5wfIdqSartcViS ln > te required before an Boards servu as advisory boards and ThU > aw affiliated with the State Hoards tUe Thus < u the countys work localized and systomized Miss Cunninghams address is 802 Fillmore street Amarlllo Texni Phone No 10C7 All those who may be interested will find a ready response bv ap plying to Miss Cunningham It hns been conservatively estimated that it costs 150000 to a county from the tlruo a neglected child first offends to when he is safely locked and sociotv is protected from him This Society tlnue nud we shall still bo In u stnte of war with Germany and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 October 1920

l Iv locaoc o D o I a w a B tsR stm s ft fti t isa isM ra ran siVI VIta VIa a v m a a B w > a u u taa taw vt IIN M tlH tlN a tift ft ftM JW 4 > > 1W M loraoE aocaoc if aocaoc aocaoc 9 Footwear < Our slock is so com plete that any foot m bo comfortably oOsbd in most any r styleyou desire ome an d S ee i LINN BOTTS J P Linn W G Botls mrinr = 3Qta aoraoi aoi V A B E C K Staple and Fancy Groceries NOTIONUU11T MY rUIOEB HEFORE IlUYIWt ELSEWHERE > t < liuildiim Phone 12 < > i fop iiw inrCTni = = = = = = aOC3OC = = = = 30C3Og The VALUE of BEING WELL DRESSED You will enjoy that I cclinu of satisfaction which come from knowing you arc hvsMd according to tlu latest dictates of Niion if you select that new Fall Suit n m our dl M < I linos I rVIi and PRKSSING i ii I and Quickly done acJ TAILORING COMPANY nit HOH EDWARDS Proprietor l > BEi N HOPING FOR A 0 ± aucuon 1 FAYWE EOOEE Mb lluby Panfl of Clyde ami Mr Otta J KnaetH of Merkcl wero mar rlcJ lft t Saturday Oct...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 October 1920

It M > 2 W Farm Ranch and City Loans Fire Irisiirance A Specialty = r Modern Home Planning Dont waste your time and tax your temper trying to figure out your building problems If you are thinking of building whether its a house barn garage or poultry house come in and see us Building Plans Material We can tiiow you building plans for all kinds of buildings for both farm end town purposes And we can give you ideas and suggestions fhat may save you considerable money We can supply all kinds of building material at rock bottom prices anJ will gladry furnish estimates b p a FULTON LUMBER CO BANISH BLOOD SUCKING INSECTS AND KEEP YOim CH10KENS IMMUNE FROM THEM Sirajily by Feeding XfartitfsINgEOTIMUNE to your chickoiu your money back if not absolutely Biitiaflctl Guaranteed by TULIA PRODUCE CO C F SJOGREN Kress Texas General Auctioneer Special AttentionjGriven to All Sales of whatever size TXT J CAMP MP IN W O W Stgnlsr bmUi aigkt Tmiy of Meh Mk Ib Ut kiQ tm U TvJl Bath Tract C Mmttn Vf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 October 1920

r Ifcf 2 The Lumber Man 6US We Pay HIGHEST PRICES For BUTTER AND EGGS St SashDoorsWindows When you put up a house or any other kind of structure you want material that will give entire satisfaction The stock of mil I work which we sell is guaranteed to give the best of service because it is made right When Yon Buy From Us you are assured of high quality at a fair price Teli us your building plans and well tell you how to secure the most foryour money and avoid waste Our Business Methods Make New Friends Every Day A X HARRIS Tulia Texas j Hpcardlrss ul the difference in profit in v < > h < < l r d < > io lvcvmmond substitutes Oui cliicf aim is to sell you what you waiM as you want it t i can conlidonlly rely on lit tiiality I < > I ho sucnracv > liaMilliiu of STAR BRAND SHOES are better See our line of HOSIERY CAPS SHIRTS UNION ALLS AND OVERALLS The right goods at the right prices W F GRIFFIN i Phone No 2 ii jffn > ji < 4 9 + ft i t > je r7a Phone ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 October 1920

I w 011 K af iwxfo d eioci FOMSALK condiHefc Cwjier day and d m t jaway the Ltgt taring car good or Co 43tfc V A > rter was In Dallas this week attending the Texas State Fair Buy your Aowerbjiba rt the Vnrictv Store now and have 1t wit for Christ FOR BALE Ont Ifirst class Jersey W Rivlnjf milk A6jsHaynsThone Y > S Tulla TcxasW W 8 Lain returned the first of the 1c from hi horse trading trip to lts west of Tulia j Awant 1000 hciOl Poultrv next 051 Casn in our F before vou cUttfTXFO D OnbCEltY Wtfe Ayudid rain fell in Tulla Wcdties Kiln began falling about noon linucd nearly all afternoon Uaclnnoa l11 pl se to accept Heraiik thc comJng twdvo IDontht Ci H 11 Mailable Kange vftican Vn > thiid to onohalf fuel savi Jl i Clements historr teach w t h > friend nml Sunday vUiting vr Hiss Annhecno one 0 tiic 00ll teachers n rTuHl bHe sdl0 ai tended ic VaonAllen wedding in Canyon last lrSlav b Mr ant t Jiarlcs Moats of of Pnulinndlo spent a Hap por a Ijon of this week inltio of last...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 October 1920

V rj v f Vi r MRS UnVUfiT WHITK Editor M I o fjo o TOT AI ynw MV rw > fc jitw mxmvMMwhi9m + m > nM THE HAPPY I1MRIRSI Round Oak HEATERS AND RANGES We have a car of these World Famous Stoves that will arrive this week Those stoveswere bought much below the present market and we will give you the benefit of our buy ROBERTS OLVER L U MB E ft an dHA ROW A R E J R MOORE Manager NHII MSB KHHWMRMHHBIKHHRI8I > inniaiiiuio iho above statement Is correct 30E30C o D o o Q o 30E30E the univ j l car tofUmmiimm i iu Wh > rMafW Mont of the Cits 5 throughout tin cUiittv iisr ii Hi t ul lijrj Kunaiioiits TIlu stti is trup id i tlur Ihc i i ntik titp v ry pii Ii11 Rtmi HUt is tin trust Ivotuimc Miuiot of ijii uk trms > foitt ft iiiu nturer ta retailer l tT t > t I lh ttor i i Kr > f r thk Colin tor inr th t I ler atut almost t < vv t > h > the T ni Ku Nriolutr > mi i i t i > Vie 1 Olif K > IC I 0 iv r iMit t u < s i luibmcv i vlW im vt UllvXC I your Ucst l tt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 October 1920

r tt W t > v A A thrilling and absorbing story concerning the activities of that famous body of guardians of the law the Royal Northwest Mounted Police titled k erirthem announced for the For first tilass phone Adams c Theatre 1 on next ioraoi First It is sold at a moderate price You save when you buy it Second It has more than the ordinary leavening strength therefore you use less Third There are no failures it always makes the sweetest most palatable of foods j Fourth It is used by niil lioi s of housewives leading domestic science teachers and cooking experts rm save JWHEN YOU BUY ITWHIN YOU USE IT MzJii j lJ T t r Saturday October 30th This latest Universal production vs written and supervised by Tacques Jaccard who produced two Universal Serials as well as The Great Air Robbery AUCTI IOC IOC uction Service r write McCrerey IHEERS Wayside Texas CAiryMfiJtig ff Fifth It is the best Baking Powder that can bo produced Vas given highest awards at Worths PurcFoodExpositionChicagoj...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 October 1920

ir ilinLiil nit I I M I M Hi In in I i I ul liiL Huih r Iv I > e l i tl I I lt rn i oi i ev < ii 1 1 bo irii > C bus tl I UIIM I oil Hill i h i i I Ii i k it i lo tin r tin ori ir tr in to hI ii k Mil I i ti lirol i no i Ii o Ii n n tl ii i i > i i I i ii i iih 11 1 > i Hii I n I ol I III i < i M I I rt i i i r I t i i i t 1 tr ii in i I u In r ii iii i i i < Si t O T i illlnlllllh mil Mi ll AlliT II ili lit ol tin ul llnii > l it ilol not liiimiiili Imt in n moil tin u nf the tolly lino I f v loin I mi if II I irl Mi mi1 nti iliirl i tril r rm ul i i in IK fir tli 1 1 s I I tiitt ind Iim l Hi h I liuli In I to lll iuh on in I re it I us r no jiilo r ii ios unlit i IN III S < Ill v 1 I i it I I n hunt I ill ii r 11 n iki i ih i Ml n I h I tt I I i II t I II l t II l 10 I II Mil It 1 I it tl lutv nml tho Part Thov IMnyod I I 1 K ml 1 so ml H i ib I ilH i i i li I I I h i I 1 lllll 1 III 1 I 0 til I II 1 I ISS tl il tbdii I Ii tViitu t I il r i i tin mi ii n...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 October 1920

A m V1 mil M W PERIL OF TEXAS Tcaaa iaafctiMth iMf ike States af the lWa at the kat vetoed rtaart af aw atfcaafe 1 StarataataaM tfariag la year Tesaaleat tfcard Ha aem teaefcera ud aacfawth af its i u FswITUm af tie teachers that were aaaa the heat teachers lie teachers ate still eeittfaf the ratal scheela especially S Twa tho sa d scheals aad class rooms is Texas last year aadjM teacher at all the schools were desed aad bmm of the children were crowded kite ether already overerowded class w wl o oseto tenantry ainply M tMsjed the roads awl Idds with ao school at all SJt 4 Maay ef the schools that did keep opca had to take aa teachers yoanjc aehoolgirls in their fm < trtterly Hsftepared to teach 400000 boys aarf gWa ta Texas were taught last in year by MM Pi Md tte Who in jntost cases had not gpp area a Ugh school education themselves The ehoels hi the large dUea are now in fairly good condition but the schools in the small towns and lj4Msnr1 districts are as a rule in a desperat...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 October 1920

r THE NEW WOMAN POWHH WHAT A KG YOU GOING TO DO WITH IT For seventy yearn mothers struggled for on equal share with fathers in determining conditions under which their own children should ho renrrd They petitioned they begged they wept tliey prayed they became militant in the despair of one hour nnd as clinging vinen in the hope of nnofher but to no avail Yet when war was dpehtred they faithfully even feverishly engaged in Ited Cross work fiiberty Loan work itntiviee work they knitted they sewed they stinted nnd saved and when the innumerable drives were on they trampo the highwnjH and byways regardlesn of dust and heat or wind nnd rain jlany of the most timid made speeches before all kinds and conditions of audiences and then they hid fheir aching hearts with smiles and cheering words nx they bade farewell and Godspeed to the brightest nnd bravest of the land who everywhere wore rushing to training camps and lljmg fields nnd Tnvding to the rails the relentless neverending professio...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 October 1920

I t f tjt ST IN SIZE Mothers of Texas Will WHICH IS YOUR CANDIDATE STAND BY HIM ARE YOF A DEMOCRAT See what Pat Kef savs SSLkL n > Promotion of the cause of education The S 0f iumsm of the people being in ray opinion our best Sd afmsfYS0C l > sro > bolahcrian and anarchy and our best guarantee of sound democratic government and industrial prosperity iu our public schoos > rural anl wbau as well as institu tions of higher learning should bo adequately financed and wisclv and economically administered I am particularly interested in the country public1 schools of Texas upon which the farm girls and bovs are Inrscly dependent for educational opportunities I want to see llural iiisih SchooU established at suitable points in tlie Tural sections of the state so that our farm girls and boys mav attend good high schools in tho country organized and conducted under rural environment This is one means of stopping the rapid movement of the people of the county y Sueh ruraI Jigl1 sd...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 October 1920

ipi f tit tfr < di 4iv Do You Want Your Children to A 39th Rate Chance in Life i SCHOOLS A PAYING IWESTMENT FOR THE STATE y 3 MASSACHUSETTS SPENT M3889838S 4OR 385 PER PUPIL ON EDUCATION TENNESSEE SPENT 162831329OR MS fPER PUPIL ON EDUCATION DURING THE SAME YEAR t THAT YEAR MASSACHUSETTS CITIZENS PRODUCED ON THE AVERAGE 144 EACH MORE THAN DID TENNESSEE CITIZENS 9R A TOTAL OF4039J982429 fa0E THAN TENNESSEE V JF MASSACHUSETTS GIVES IZ MILLION DOLLARS MORE TO SCHOOLS AND HER BETTER EDUCATED JiTZENS PRODUCE 403 MILLION DOLLARS MORE PER YEAR HOW MUCH PROfiT DOES THAT STATE HAKE ON HER INVESTMENT IN EDUCATION EDUCATION IS NOT A CHARITY THE BEST PAYING INVESTMENT aagg VVWKKCK litis 11it Mime lioint fioin t liool yei Maty Ukcd llH I I llimk m > tnii iiiii miiI Man The < afn hiding in iln > it II i flu il uin in ni win row poiupoiiH llit real m il i i i > mil uniiri i d il ih a rlultl < A i iiik I in in v ii lii l > a in jtiilcc > i ill < 1 Vill 11 Hi t lllltV tinM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 November 1920

F3 w K 3 V HHUHINHRv t a01 o D o o 0o o 0I I t t sf ssae gtasritsj mfc i jotunt AUTOMATIC rau > s ADOBO TO MSBALO IQUlMfSMT h which was recently purchased front that of nn ex lag publUhcr had 10000 imiircssions A fcir adjustments the feeder merrily cntcrbd upon its duties And oery since it has been ghing entire ntl faction pains to see that wo begin ri ht Our boast of The Herald being second to no paper in Texas wo believe Is now moro fully substantiated With this added feeder fe can nialto still stronger our slogan of Prlntlnij hike ou Want AVhcn You Want It Como and let us show you the clas and style of printing wo do Our friends are inited to come in and sec the Miller Automatic Feeder in operation NOTICE TO DEhPHIANS The Delphian Club will meet Friday afternoon November 10th at the Clubroom Tho same program will be rendered Ahich nq to hae been given at the last meeting PRESIDENT FOURTH RED CROSS ROLL CALL November 1125 1920 Headquarters at Cooper Mercantile Co Annual Members...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 November 1920

R gaaaklsksaaasesaBBSaannannaaasanaalBnaaa y SECOND BOAT RUE AMERICAN CRAFT OUTSTRIPS CA aNUCK SCHOONER AND WINS t TROPHY IS SHUT Gnat Encltement Whan lha Yank at Nett Ahead af the Canadian Halifax K 8 Tho American mackerel schooner Kupcrantowon the International Fishermen cup from the Canadian schooner Deluwaniui here Mon tiny afternoon VtittlnR down a lead of half n mile ehtubllxhcd by the Cnnndlnti vessel In the early atmce o tho rar tho Kt petnnto crogsieil tliu flnlMi line ahead of the Iwilawnnni A the Kupcriinto won the flrxt rain of the regatta Hnturtluy and the dtp went to thn flrrt crnlt 10 tnko two out of three thin k v lite Yankee two atlrlier tho trophy Kor the Krentcr pnrt of Moudnyn race It looked na if lh > Nova Sco thin fiiilli would iit rnvcnttu for tlulr tlifeiit of Siturdtiy They fot their craft away In tin load and Htendlly iiiCieOHcd it until tliu were half a mllo to the Rood and bullied like sure winners Ah thn flnlHh line wmh Hppioaohed however the Yankees ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 November 1920

< > fci < 1 fl Wf t 3 ftv w mimim m3immm < < m mfmiirgm wmrj Wt HAHUVVOU J v rim m T i SMIeya raftere > mwliah rentier ewa e Ifaaas lefctaktr > alter tea aaU et hat week n 4 > Mmwi m Ue react la Mea be lM MtW tUSttralUMt f Da Cat a retired araayi man ot WajSB < UtUls Inon A KlrW UII ld fee taeaa survives CaJfclee McCarthy ate heea i > iw rwuvaa teeuina utuea Me Miee met UasgkrV W exunein tue ora abaut arry aaelby aUrta a bunt ler ekibte huaeeuue u4 tue mintetef goes t i oonter with ma fttrl Hhe m rca to pica nuebanai from the avora of iumi lined vp la tier home To tils can slernation aha mIkU Shelby wbe tiaa gone along merely aa a spectator i decline the honor la dbjoant the girl atemlaaea tba aa mmblaae CHArTKR lllCntlnut Stralght er h 1 1 hope the Buf fats Gap X I burst oat forgetting bis clerical role In a sudden expression of fecllog Whatever caused the fool to butt i r Ob he didnt intend nuthln Torn aint tliat kind He Ju < t drifted long twr see...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 November 1920

fV t P iXkK Ui lb dcvolomficpt of sm > ua iHi g tiiivnb determined tbat the jr TttH aifslJa to tb o u litnttH t > d to tin at Hvl B dB utaj roo Sjff i a lifetime is not made of shoddy lumber It must be made of carefully selected stock properly cut and seasoned When you are ready to buy flooring Let Us Show You why it is an economy to buy the best quality Come and cm plain your needs to us We will explain how you can avoid waste and get satisfactory service All Our Building Material Is u Guaranteed to Buyers A J HARRIS The Lumber Man Tulia Texas For iins of the simple n inn i > pi tiles I m any of the Helps to Nu i that > rou can expect in an uptodate drug store come to us Nine times out of ten we em uivo you iu t what you need to stait you feeling nuhl Hen t hesitate to nll or what ou want We w hettej than vou < iaii tate t how you feel ti ll your needs em our olf uuj3KiSBaitt MwaBiHK5aKnt2nciuatauKr < 3rj KMC5nta sc rj w M a a H a H H n H a H M H H M M M M n M M M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 November 1920

i T D o D o D o a WV Oar Thorp Hank of Plaiuv Hon with the iT LOCAL AND PERSONAL f FOR RENTWne furnished front bed room Pl > on > j 110 40tfe Sir and Mrs EmraUt LnRoc of the 4 PW country were Actors hi Tulia outicauny afternoon A dclitiou This enp was offered to f the Iior raispr in Sfli her Countv who1 Of v i iitsdny niuht for Sweolwalor wliere ho urdny AmutUlo T < sas tti Tnlia Albert A GOOD PROGRAMS COMING > to OLYMPIC THEATRE Tulia Texas SA URPAY NOVBMBBK First NaUonal aoisoc i3tn News Bulletin BLUE STBEAK McCOV fV j Mr anil Mrs T It Wood Of theUxe Nov 12th HU3Y1AN D3BSIBB featuring Anita Stewart Nov 19th TURNING JOINT foaturing Kathorino McDonald Nov 26th SPECIAL HOODLUM featuring Mary TJcKford Doc flrd IN WRONG featuring Jack Pickford Dec 10tU KINGDOMiOr DREAMS featuring Anita Stewart Doc 17th BEAUTY MARKET featuring Katilorinc McDonald Nov IStii BLUE STREAK McCOY featuring Hnrry Caroy Paramount Nov 17th TUP SILVER KING n Puraraount Special Nov IBtli LITTLE WOMEN a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 November 1920

< j hs AN fUOMffT LFTTEI rly married life I became very ill with feminia trouMa and no das toring or medMnes cava me any relief until I started to take Doctor Pierces Favorite Prescription I was down in bed unable to do my own Tiousework but it was only a abort time before I was feeling atronfcr and all my pains left me Itook about six bottles of Favorite Prescription and can say poHitiveiy that it cured me of all feminina trouble for I have been in perfect health ever since I take pleasure in recommending Dr Pierces Favoritu Prescription to nil women suffering with inward trouble Mno Annik F Edds 224 Roger Street All druwrigts Liquid or tablets Send 10 ccnta to Dr Pierces In ralids Hotel in Buffalo N Y for trial package of the tablcta t FOR WOMEN tMttp llM DatTUTTS tavern dcanse The prTutJs iverPills Acid Stomach for 10 Years HOW I DIFFERENT WOilH Eamomtly Pralmma Emtonh My wire vvna n grcnl sufferer from ecld Htmiiiirlt for 10 yearn writes II Cilppen hut Is a different woman id...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 November 1920

tV V t v Insnre > trcilon for ti most Cjajlcala kin iul fetittl complexion at ttmsf Kntirely hj tml Rtjapl Tor th > klr > rtaw Graf k ikmM m NTwM xw Mt TaM MM M AKKN UABORATORIM J Met Mt TeVilt the beauty treat neitto hi craft tion An ha perfect com pltxion la caused tf a tluntek Hirer Dont Neglect Your Skin Lad A few I Timilgwi irkk carters unu wflldomoretodMa > the akin tha sJI mmmrtitofbmnm mite mr use them for BttlguMMN Dtahwee Sick Headache JUpet Stotnva ard for 8Bo Fitavly and Clotctw Skia Tier and tka tniMry af Coaeupetfoa I BftMS aaHMN When Friendship Ceased One tiny I was wnlklnu with n recent nciunlntitnce of mint In fuel our ihiiiiIiiiko wns so tveent that 1 did tun even know my new ai < iinliit uncos p iicuis by siuht A we were walking along 1 nutltcil n man across the street wlm 1 thought looked ninny iinil I drew tny itciitmlntnticc rs attention t him by saying Look nt that loollsh looking man across the stret My nccpmlnlnnce said That is my fnthcr Chicn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 November 1920

iea t r i p < Vf V > j yt y 1 V flHHBBnMRnM The annual convention of tho Ozark TfalkRoiito Organization eontprwctl of the Ctmntle of Collln Wortti Hall Briscoe Bftishcrj Castro in < l Partner In the Btstlfr f Texan < nrry nnd lloo C velt frountI Now Mexico will bo liolil In MemphU Tcxo on tho 21r < l day of thti month Tlio program nill toriniat of imnmtl report rtf the rkcrciaryTreas Urei nHttloii of oflicer for Another starts startsThe true test of spejed is not the 4billtvto spfeil op to seventy or eighty < t or r i 1i IK Mr A K Hlort Agrnao in the < > i h tteioiion M CellIK while on a northi ril ui 11 Jtentrlc Nehinsktt some < tToetie sitrnlionriN whieh hod j lieed aluli the roiiits hv the l iiiioty 1 u Sl < I > AsSmiiitiou > i j c ha i i if M I I Ml I III Nil i I lilM II Ih d I T l ii I il he I told with n do Willi it mi In n fiw it Helton TIS t Merwln i i hltrltilei I ni ir T o lien er i reti > 1 11 i mi A VI id i itlit Ii nd fnt it n nllt...

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