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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 April 1922

sOTWBSV > s 3 Si 5S 9 i V aiuwTulU dni it L in rt > < u taif mt If it IOC jr < 0rt < LUNCHEON ekly luncheon ot tho jcm men wan held Tuesday Tjtnl Cafe Good service crc again be rule ash the toiHtmnnter jtltlrtv two business I < i niAiject for illocusHion fit and wiwt railroad through Tho proposed railroul Is to romllort Worth iii P yninur C andrBilvertoii and extend mir liivooUreffinnrt of New Morlco V1 wetm mAile br Tiulge W It ltB > Johtist < m H H Truer and iwere euthiwiuNtic nnd op viUinor to ni > r of their to the success of they d 30E30C thing New in Jewelry we have it 30EXOI MlrOR MEETING OF MO0IATIONAL B Y P U flrf pxCfimAOting of tho Ashciocia ptGiC Young Pooplos Union rfS4 Tulia on tho fifth Sun i Uio 30th instant with t > H II Tracy of Tulia Intermediates Europe0 U of on of Tulia children Ib jit aotaoc ynt Jewelry Co ALL REPAIR WORK PROMPTLY DONE aocaox ae and Mm It 0 Porter alternate T A ROSS FOR OOUNTY AND n0 attend the meeting of tho Seven...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 April 1922

IHVJnVAV BB BBa BB BB Mlra rar ras s X s S s v n u BXn Clean Up Paint Up and Keep It Up Know All Men Women and Children BY THESE PRESENTS THAT Whereas the NATIONAL CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP CAMPAIGN has resulted in many advantages to community life throughout United States In relieving UNEMPLOYMENT In safeguarding HEALTH v J In promoting THRIFT v < In furthering FIRE PROTECTION In stimulating CIVIC PRIDE and v In making the HOME AND CITY BEAUTIFUL J o NOW Therefore Be it known that plans have been perfected for a thorough Clean Up Campaign in TULIA TEXAS This to mark a real campaign of persistent and constructive effort in CLEANING UP and KEEPING IT UP In this worthy movement we urge each citizen to do his or her part to make our community Clean Healthy Thrifty Safe and Beautiful i H 8a M BB BB J BB BB oa BB BB BB BB BB BB BB BB BB BB BB BB mm BB BB BB BB BBi i w 2 v i m MB JLl 1 aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimm

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 April 1922

f s TC I I Bring us your EGGS and CREA Top Prices aid Trade or Cash Quality Groceries tuc ts 9i T V > d I > 1 A COMPAMY Fresh and Cured Meats e B foinoc = iocaoiu 5r SW i Mfti z I0E30I Every Boy Wants It If you could realize how much that boy yours or that young relative or friend u whom you are interested craves the healthy wellbalanced reading matter he will c THE AMERICAN b6y never for n minute would you deny him thl pleasure For u Christinas present or birthday gift a ub scrlption to THE AMERICAN BOY in unexcelled It lasts the whole yew through and Its Influence is of the best American Boy Tt BJirttt BriiWrt B < n MiraciM k Wtm U All tW WmU In Um next twelve numbers there will be serials by such famous authors ns Melville Davlston Pott Ralph D Paine William Hey User and Clarence B Xelland the short stories are by authors of equal note and the big departments which are edited by experts are devoted to every legitimate interest of boyhood Price Reduced THE AMERICAN BOY Is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 April 1922

THE TULIA HERALD BNQLEKAJJ ft OBBTAX OwMi BUUTBTT OBETAS 4t at J S BKOLBKAIf FnMlafcat mi ta aaataCiee a TaMa Tana Bmroa PW TMT TULIA THXAS APRIL H 1912 uijaaa i urn li1 L Li i li IBMBTATZSlfB Br NWa4aa > ai Aaaae of the boat thlapi ia literature Wimj art ia torie either of book atagtk or the horttr oae of tht > aij anaea It Is rather rraarVablo that Harold Bdl Wright in his last book B > la of the Old Hou < s and Ralph Obuuit in hi laat volnm To Uim That Hath should deal so nearly alike with the problems of labor and apltal Both dm the same arfrumeat that what we neod in the o dnj of r onatruetion to bring jipaec between raployer and employee is that tho same upirit of brotherly cooperation ahould prevail ai in th war that the takers of Libor and of business hould be joined apUnst by he fairminded worker and business man and > oth i > ut J ont of businos It would mean much I to industrial peve if th > mciiape ach book contains would b hoeded And wa ripht here w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 April 1922

lk7V v VjT LOOAIi AMD PSKCOMAi L k Outl It comlie 1 Coat Bala U Burks mi a IUlmrleir riaitor lMt Saturaaj Mm Or lc Mitchell roturaod liou PrUay morning from Amnrillo Urn Holi Kilwards and chlldrca Bpoat rVMny nnd Haturdfty la Plala low Mr unit MrH A V Vai Meter of QulUque worn vial ton la Tulla Turn d j jMr Mr Or 1oc lilUueil aa Mr Jojrae Watter were lUlarlew rlidtom lat Batorta WAHTHD To buy 01 traa for a Ufalfa reaorator > JON n ADAMS Talia Toiaa 15lc Mr aad Mi R L Turaer are Bow no fortblf UtaUxl la their a rw hoatn ia Northwaat Tall PfcOTUBB BMOW KOB BA1BV Will f 11 cheap HhML KOWLBB Maaa K r Tulla Texaa l3 Mm U K Oampboll of the Lore Mra raualty was la Tulla WoAamtay ahop ulag with our BMxhaatn MU4 Lonlao TomllavoB who ban brea qolto nick for th past three w ka Is nbU to be up aoaie aow M t H Vlutrup of Amarillo rcpro eatlaf the Y II Colllas laroittneat Co epoat Tuwdtiy la Tulla Mr and Mm Ooorgo Lath and Ura 1 C Mnnn of Happy were whopping with Tulla merchants Tuesday Mli Kr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 April 1922

t West Side of Square IOC IOEIOI Dr J C Stobaugh DENTIST TOLIA TEXAS Pfaofie 181 Office orer First Nstlonsl Bank H L JORDAN LAWYER OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE TULIA TEXAS Jordan Zimmermann LAWYERS Tulia Texas HTICE Over Tulia Bank Tni t Cr Olympic Barber Phone No T2 M a 8TAJTT0ED Prop LA1TNTJBT AQENOT Prompt Barries Tilth In Conaectlo CULTON TAYLOR LAWYERS Tulia Texa Jnrperial Barber Shop i V BABfiEBS AND LATTNDEY AGENT Piione 3E4 B E EHRESMAN Kress Texas General Farm and LiveStock Auctioneer Graduate of the Missouri Auction School I Nerer Knew Yon Coald Keep EaU Out of 2 Butcher Shop What Ralph Watfcini uvs Fig iired rats arouad itore had enough to eed on wouldu touth anything ti picious Heard about HAT SNAP ffsye it trial Result were wonderful Cleaned all ratj out in ten day r > ogsi about store night ind day never touch KAT8NAP Three lireB 30c fiSc 125 Sold and guaranteed by ficottTruc ilardiTa t Coniiany and frawford Phtiruicr NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT The atate of Texas County of Sw...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 April 1922

IN PRIZES jk r BOYS AND GIRLS v fc f fiSWBI 2000 PRIZE for the largest number of Turkeys raised to maturity on any Place in the Tulia trade territory in 1922 from Spring Setting of Eggs 1000 PRIZE for second largest numebr of Turkeys raised to maturity on any place in the Tulia trade territory in 1922 from Spring Setting of Eggs FIVE PRIZES OF 500 EACH for Third Fourth Fifth Sixth and Seventh largest numbers of Turkeys raised to maturity on any place in the Tulia trade territory from Spring Setting of Eggs 1500 PRIZE for the largest number of Chickens raised to Fryer Size or maturity in the Tulia trade territory from Spring Setting of Eggs WEEKLY FINANCIAL REVIEW Pr yr 4 for Tha Tulia Herald by tha ieaaarch and Statistical Depart ot of tha Tir Katlanal Bask la 0t Lonlfl Week Endlaff April ftth 1 22 Production of hoft eool iu the wrok nndod March 25th amounted to llt IT 000 toi s a < cordiug to the wnklj re H > rt of the United Htate feologirnl Hurvoy Tho output was tho largtwt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 April 1922

i V t e I loaoc K P D r Office o H I OFFI Jorda OKFICE Olynr m aLAI Prompt Serr CULTO LA Tulia Jinjoerial Eg BARBERS AND LAUNDRY West Side of Square B E EK Genera Stoc Gradfus ri Ai I Never K Out o What Ral ured rata ai feed on vro pieious H Jjave it a ti ful Clenitei Dogs abaut touch RATI Cic 125 ScottTracy Crawford Ill NOTICE Tku BUte of No 17 T the fihej Swisher C J Hall executors of leaded havin their final at the estate of together will elwrged frrii are lierebv c lion of flits ricwsjiapcr ri < U > unt < r of 8m io all personi for final setfl Uieir object i hare on or li litflag the 17t of said Count f wild Oomi Tcxa when turn will he c Olvon undo ourt at uij County Texa A U l 28 Heal I certify tit top Hlieri PS 2fr HBBHifflnininirait O n o D o flO B o 0o D o OBI HIGHEST PRICES paid for Chickens E s Hides HENS 1960 EtiGS + + i + t 4 + + + + + + + + + + X X + t X X + + X X STAT1 aLJWm OBOE 30E30I = ± 301301 = 16c Thompson Produce In front of Ford Garage MBf rz = vrmnrm...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 April 1922

ES edS S j D M io la WAT S fdlueok of V jpast iH0i 000 toii r MIIIIUHn Htdclv llll Juleolojlicnl Hmiiv n ln tint hands nf iO rtTri0000 tuns lis y jliH0 Spg jjf mitlinuili L till 1 WAL WAL SO MY ONLY CHAMc IS TO HIDE IN THIS OLD CABl MEXICAN IS LOOSE AGAIN i HLY REWARD = FOR IMEXICAN 1 TETE DEAD ° AL lvp IN 1 S SK To Nlr ITS lintifT cure dofondnn leaving hiV o intention was to sen Hit as to aintitl nid ace to live me thnt in V mc in Hc afvnduut ui ao i that ilic J > him aBft t plaintiff h tcaalon to i a to anil f 1 refused toKjV alntiff and rt W > 4 n j > riod c of defends en of ueh a Mr living ° > inavivportab that the drf and au wer ring he uftve tbnt tho fors > > 1 dofendaut tnttff be T str igle person th relief > h hf is law or in but have betoi lil n xt reRulf our return t bate cxprut g dfby Tho SunHerald Corporation Vjtt = MAGAZINE SECTtQN flJLI A HERALD TLTIilA SWISHKIl COUNTY TEXAS APRIL 11 1922 nto say mr idokes why dont you put on GEF THIS IS TERRIBLE...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 April 1922

Spssegr U The Battle of San Jacinto H WVGt = r urar crobxd r f I f o fC ft r1 t ow n i i j I The following is a documentary report of Ma ior General Sam Houston CommanderinChief f the Texas army sent to David G Burnett President of the Republic of Texas The official report gives an authentic account of the battle of San Jacinto a complete list of the heroes who fought in that engagement and it dears up some points heretofore the object of controversy Headquarters of the Army San Jacinto April 25 1S36 Sir I regret extremely that my situation since the battle of the 21st has been such as to prevent my rendering you my official report of the same previous to this I have the honor to inform you that on the eening of the ISth after a forced march of fiftyfive miles which was effected in two days and a half the army arrived opposite Har rsburg That evening a courier of the enemy was taken from whom I learned that General Santa Anna with one division of his choice troops had marched in the...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 April 1922

rent Comment local and national H B BJBH t H 1 H fH H < l CANDIDATES PLATFORMS 1 have put in much of my tinii recently reading tho platforms of candi dalis who have announced for high positions in statu ami nation and I must say thu Tuxnns wlio arc seeking offiou arc the most kindly disposed people on earth Furthermore they are all men of high ideals and the strictest sense of jus lice If given their way these men would make everybody prosperous and push every form of unrighteousness from Ihe earth However Lam at work on a platform which I believe is a little better than any candidate has offered I have not fully decided whether 1 shall announce for Gocrnor or United Slates Senator but if the people act wisely and vote for thu man who submits the finest statement of principles and desires and stands upon the platform which if enacted into law would make prosperity and happiness most abundant I should win the race for either high position without trouble 1 can mention only a few o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 April 1922

WI n l MERG COUNTY TO HAVE TSTw en s produces mi en on t thc tienl yrar ending December 31 V produced 72 51 > o9 91 barrel of ding to a report rusi issucd The oil ucd at 15 > oGufnr in BEEF CIl B ORGANIZED AT SAN ANGELO Accnro g to Cnu t Agent Brown on of 1hr large beef club in WM Texas ha boon orpani7od 11 San Anjrdo It i aid that ocr k have signed for membenhip BRENHAM TROOP WINS DRILL PRIZE A 5250 prize offered by Gt neral J F Y olters has been awarded to the Brenham troop of the Fiftysixth Toxa caar This pme wa given for the best drill attendance during the List six months of 1921 It is being arranged to have a celebration for the reception of the award NEW STANDARDS FOR FOOD CONTAINERS READY FOR DISTRIBUTION The state department of agriculture has ready for distribution a revised edition of the standards for fruit and vegetable and food containers which were authorized by statute according to information just given out in Austin NUMBER OP BIRTHS DOUBLES NUMBER OF DEATHS A...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 April 1922

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 April 1922

m V fc > V > V K3 oe im main Wt for da te > IN DALLAS lll lie Rladlj given bj thcho1 COSTUMES 2ELITI2 COSTUME CO fancy trfiiiquMftdc cmturow for rrtit for lifcruvrirs1 nnd rltt tr pl > Min utrclt hhfl rna < > qurriiiir part it Pull rr bqiU nuWs wlj l nd tta For tUfuara < dr ft tvpt K 1S02H Kim St rbono X30M I > alld Tr HATTERS Old Hat Made New WOOD EDWARDS HAT RENOVATORS 427 S Ena > St Dallas Agents Wanted SPRINGS AXLES BEARINGS EXTRA LEAVES TOOL GRINDERS REDJLAGLER V Order Chran Special Attention U 5r Cutter Blades and Plarte Biu iv Automatically Ground 1 Bryan St Dallas Texas INNER TUBE REPAIRS SEAL FAST injs Th Minute Man Inner Tibe Patch I iruauiiUM t < in id in thr holtrnt of urnatlur t < u money haik guar Sit J FIX CO r Strirt Dllai Tei > < immmmmm mmm JJrfnhgv Ax res Bcarinss For All > uy Cars nnd Trucks Standard Spring Axle Co 103 So Houston St Dallas ART GLASS MFRS Everything in Glass Church windows Lent Opal Gla for Ump shade Gellu...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 April 1922

A PAINFUL REQUEST How easily can children bring tears as well as smiles by their thoughtless prattle Papa exclaimed a little toddler who was passing a city churchyard pointing to the tombs and headstones sec all those pretty little houses Who lives in them I dont know my dear answered the father gently Say papa will you buy me one some day No no quickly replied the father startled by the strange request Then suddenly stopping down he picked up his little girl and held her close in his arms as he brushed away two tears that were silently stealing down his checks SOMEHEART TIIRORS On v > i y seconds is required for t ic blood to circulate throughout the entire body When asked people are likely to make all sorts of wild guesses Some say an hour some a week Quite a journey our blood takes Through the four chambers of the heart it goes then to the greater and smaller arteries through the millions of capillaries It goes to the lungs for a general housecleaning and then returns to the h...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 April 1922

y i II I Vfiw t y fotr in y or tne ill b c v ELITE Fancy maaui for historical slrels and mi Full dress at tie For t > 4 H02K Wm Old Hi WOOI HAT 427 S Erv Ag SPRINGS fc EXT r > iffigs m Axj Pff Cat Standard 103 So Houst ART Everyt Church wlndc lam J fthadnu rrptirrd Cb ehteldsDallas Dallas j 1 PATENTS PflTEHTS Di be 1 mam Jack U5P 3Q5HTEF 3ISMSGIL TOO Orders C1t r SptlaJ Ant t BEAl 1 Wondei eauty Cultun Ve teach all 1 LD LONDi rte larceat ai J RUT1 HA D Bt A edy toNati Nati Mat trotu Boy It from I i ICil Bryan St CLEAND Expert C Good S Campbel Rec n D3 Drleans Lc at They travyoull d from tale a mits to tl 1 the wo1 AE pro dimti vMtfUILI 0 that All kind ty Des rel Special Pla U d H O K a b 1003 Eln 43 hat 8 ELEC Co ud Jjrf Elect rl mx < ew atnl rqL cu INNER W di SEA 1 iltk Tti Mlnut I 1 vuaunUcsl to we Uwr Sol SSteL hlltn F L Mtlltl tttft PLEATING IHmiitltehlnc Hoton CeTtred Kmhroldery Readlnc and Ilraldlnc Mns rAViiNn tkknky Teslsnlnr lircssmaMnr Tullotlnt Mat Order Glren Pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 April 1922

ImY iw IC30E c P olume 13 V aocaoi TA B Y P U RENDER PROGRAM AT VIQO PARK rrrnugcinonls ato being mado for the tfi Senior B Y P U to render 11 igratn Ui Vigo Park uost Sunday af noon April 23rd at 300 oclock bo following is the announced prom lubjeot Prayer ycador Miss Annie Smith ong Sweet Hour of Prayer rayer bjeet sermon Bro Dawson cripturc readings fatt 6515 Loron Iiorson att 17jI121 Dick Tuckor att J81120 John Scott Our encouragements to Prajor i Thompson Llo Ma Eidldbr MMtk A > rayer AttitjidoJJundojraucej and l iMnn siifoniijg ntwySl cnpta t4j > ft > fC C fWitV < v Transforming pow r o fi prayer Tracy f nig Have Yw Jravod ungh ncdictlon rxy U O Conner the beloved super ndent of the erndlo roll of tho Bap lescciul the stairs in haste r take rapid steps to catch cur Arc you not often fjContscioua of an tintrimncss ibovu the waist ossard Brassieres dc igned for the sJightmcd tn and heavier figures issure a youthful firmness of mstiine that prevents sclf nsciousness T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 April 1922

Vt I QjolnU v be irr main v I3LITI Fsncy m i for httimir treU und i Pull mt He J or p IOIH Mm Old H woo HAT 427 S Er ErA SPRINGS J EX Springs A3 Ct Standarc 103 So llou ART Every Church wiw Ump thadr rtj > airtd C Ehields Dallas PATENT US 305IHTI TOC RED J LA Wondc cuty Cultu Ve tract til p cellinir IflLD LOM rhe lariut i i kit II S s Ml tri > ftur it from S 1C3I Bryan St CLEANI I or Expert Good Carcpbe Recfin D yiJeans ie a1 Diey tratVoV i from tale rriits to 11 i thr Wcr I A pret limiTT r im JHdLTILD that All kin twr Di rol Special IJ a J n o l n b Mi fi 13 haf 3 or Thf Qdiir t < J > > ni m cu wc fou in KLE Com t Klcctri J f jltlf n x nI INNEF da Sli IMg The Mlnul H vuiiuntrtsl weather uHvl > J r I J i I o t i i + + + + + + + M + I wslo Orden GUcs Cut I loratOE IOE30I M SfrH f i s i ness P orgo OK W S TOMLttSON FOR1 COUNTS JUDGE OF SWISHER COUNTY I lu the Herald a unnuunceuieut culuuiu this week will be found the name of Judge V s > Tomlin = on who is seeking ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 April 1922

H 1 LOCAL AMD PERSONAL Bjf Mm 1 0 lotion w reported on the jpjek llrtt thin wooV jquiillly8 rvl6koa k Finishing jTJRBBBY 8TUDIO l > lalnvlew 20tfc tl I MeHluimi returned Tuesday lijom a profiiivtlnj trip to Now Merino Mliws Mynini Steward nnd draco Oaudle ipont Hip weokend In Hale Con 1V ii L Prtiprtt and A 0 Roac of Mer kel were liuslnoii vinllorj in Tulin this Ur unci Mrs A W StornoiilurK nisd jMldron npent Hunilny with relatives in lIMainviow friOTUKB fUjfoW FOR SALEWill Fgl eheap BcovM I < rOWLER Munu 5 Tulli Tor IfKlp ll > a ill Neal of Ilnlnview n pnmii 5 t t business man of that oily wim a 2fRr in Tnlin Monday Minn Corn Uonloe earlier of the On itt Plains school spent Saturday with kw cousin Miss Irmn SiRlor u4rs Dive Kvam and nun Ilovd of th Now Hope community vinitnd with Wt William Ward thin week HWKLIj DRIliLINO Am prepared to frto first nlft 8 workl Ihonc 85 or ad < Rox 214 J W WATTS Tulia Ir and Mrj K L StrltiRcr and ehlld spent Sunday with thoir son Leslie ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 April 1922

t ttf s Mv I il r VARIETY owning or holding 1 per cent or more of tho total amount of stock J 8 Engleman Tulm Texas Barnett OBryan Tulia Texan 3 That the known bondholders mort gagees and other security holders owning or holding 1 per fent or taoro of total amount of bond mortgagee or other securities are It there are none 50 state J C OBryan El Paw Texas 4 That the two paragraphs neat above giving the names of the owners stockholder and security holders if any contain not only the list of stockholders and security holders a they appear ujion the books of the company but aluo in rave where the stockholders or serurity holder appears upon the books of the company as trustee or in any other fiduciary relation the name ot the person or corporation for whom such trustee is acting i given also that the aid two paragraphs contain statement embracing affiants full knowledge and lief as to the circutnstancs and conditions under which stockholders and security holders who do not appear upon ...

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