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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 May 1922

m V a dictionary says tli tl 10 N if the act of working or a common < ausv and limit that Webster knew his ve he should have ither IIARMONI u cause and then cribed OKSTINB C kind that makes great measure of k harmoniously so done just exactly as I ihould he done but 1NDKD man or wo leu nue compromises Jllows ideas and pute fje wheel for u whole The man who can ive is the real CO 1 n run t > ee far I Pue best interest o will work for that ivn builder IOE30I t i w > P N fnce BOBOE lynt Jewelry Co friftShop OE30 5n Wheel Ltch travels 3732 miles each year id not tSi el further than that being cleaned and oiled It RepAirinS Promptly and ciVnWy Gifts That Last heard r rilAaSD n nxuLiAS oity manager room was carried about ho that all lit iew him Thus in a viid man r did the friends wIcome Mr and Mrs Walteis Hut all jukinjj aside we do ixtend a warm uclcnme to these young folks Mr and Aim Chester Cowan nnd son W C dr left Monday lor Fort Wiiith md other points for a three weeks rip...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 May 1922

i 5 1 msm > jmit 4 jp 111 raw m I M S1 m S1rantic 25c Umi s Suspenders guaranteed to wear one year at per pair 65c Men s Black and Tan Hose at per pair 10c VB3k 10c fe Good Brown Dome i rrU 0 Thread f Spools f tic per yard ST50 to 1000 were the former prices 195 Blind eyelet shoe lace 2T to 54 inch length round per pair 5c COTTON BATTS 3tt rolls stitched T9c 311 rolls plain 9c Ladies Pumps Ox IVIerchandiseof IVIerit onous jsssaeassasiiXjZTz ajsoE r xsxt jssasuxssassi Best Oil Cloth per yard 29c fords high heels 1 btaPle Omffham one lot 12 yards for 100 Burns Pierce insist that a S merchandise which enters this store measures m up to certain definite qual ily standards whether the price be high cr Buckskin Cheviots dark colors suitable for men s and boys shirts and childrens rompers Special at 18c Boys Knee Pants at much less than regular prices Mens twopiece Un ci erwear 65c a var ment or per suit 125 10c One lot Mens Khaki Work Pants Special 169 i erMWorkW Opening days of this m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 May 1922

r + + + + WE REMODEL Pr J > n 1 Old Hats Suits Any Thing Any Way Tailor Mades 20 to 45 See us first City Tailor Shop JOHN SCOT1 Prop jjl f < WEAK NERVOUS h ALL RUNDOWN Trie J C r4 > iSsyt HcMk Wm Sarprokf Get AW Fine BecuM Nanul am Heahfcy Springfield Mo Mr back wu m weak I could hardly aUnd up and I liSP would have bearingdown pains and not time Mr > we B any says V D V Williams wife ot a wellknown 1 fanner on Route 6 thla place I Pt J kept getting headaches and having to m4Xl ° b < d continues Mr Williams 1 crlblnB the troubles from which e fee obtained relief through the use of jJC rdn My husband haying heard ofCardul proposed getting It for tne I saw after taking some Cardul that I was Improving The result was surprising I felt like a different person B Later I suffered from weakness h and weak back and felt all rundown tlvfL I did not rest well at night I was so ri nervous and croBs My husband said I ke would get mo somo Cardul which ff cl > e did It strength...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 May 1922

if h Entered KeoBdMu mail matter t the pottoffiee at Tulla T xt abaerlptlon Price 200 Par Tear Six Montka 1126 TULIA TEXAS MAY M 1922 SUNDRY OBSERVATIONS if one fall many fall if one fails many friil if one succeeds many succeed and no one man can go up or down without help from the other fellow It stand reason therefore that there ought to f harmony always between us as indi Ws so that we might mran the ltgt each other jp rtj ° Herald ub e il inontblv iiiagirnii fitinu igi > H without extra ost o ludg J K Swristoii v Monday attinding t i i Ilorudo tn CJnlf AfckoeiHm 0 St eji wis i o Mr I < i mie i iit4 ip iii < n rod that he tie Ijiken i lunate it on i Her i loe Kelili < ir went with I i irford Iitti r M Kelu i rowdtr with her daughn i THE TULIA HERALD 10ITY < installed > w > a > i > nLL AND N0MINATI0NS MADE ENOLEMAN OBRYAN Owner BARNETT OBRYAN Editor J 8 ENOLEMAN PuMlifter By Nleodtmus A woman can rig herself in a uiau s apparel and walk the streets and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 May 1922

ft t 4 > r j UtOAl AND FEI180NAL 1 Murlim Tiirkor was < i business vis Hnr In Aniiirlllo Mumliiy VAttiirnov Memlo I lirlllln of Plain vliw wan n visitor in Tuliii last Matr dny Mr inn Mrs A 11 Ifnvvley returned homo Monday from u weeks visit villi relatives In Aiiinrlllo 1Olt SAIII On dnrl lmv burn weight nliotit lir0 pdmids mv venrs rdd It II LANK Tuln Toxnv yi Jp Mm l lovd MeCounell of Iampn is ilod with hor parents Mr and Mrs 0 A Hnll and ither relatives 11111 friends in Tulin this week Mr and Mm W Miller or the Valley View community were guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Morris Veiirwood Hnndnv Ken William of Mi oral Wells visited his daiighJorinlavv Mrs V H Mc inline and sinte inlaw Mrs Kttn Me Cuno the fi it of the week Juilci and Mrs W S Tomlinson Mrs N K Mofune and Walter Tnmlin onlr pent tin week end with Mr and Mrs R K Leonard tit Mt Blanco Mr and Mis H I Yearwood and daughter Miss linbbins of Plninview spent Sunday in Tulin with theii con ind brother Morris Yearwood ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 May 1922

22 s 7 vrtu J > BatSnap He Says 1 rell ana use RAT SNAP any man in the fare and tell its It s good People like RAT SNAP because it does kill rate Petrifies carcase leaves no trtidl nmes lve kicked OK VARIETY GOODS Jones Bargain Store Simply delicious KeHoggs Corn Flakes with traWDerries Such i fe t for i warm morningt breakfast Kellogga Corn Flake anfl strawberries and a big pitcher of cold milk or cream why it a revelation as an appetizer and so satisfying Juit as wonderful for lunch or for betweentiraes nibbles And best of all Kellogga Corn Flakes and fruit are exactly the food you should eat for warm weather Youll feci so much cheerier so free from drowsiness and headaches if youll keep fromthe away heavy foods this summer Let the children eat all they want For Xellogga digest easily and rest the stomach and supply nourishment CORN FLAKES Ali icikr a KELLOCCS KRUliEUS J KELLOGGS EJAK clJ id knMtd M of light cars Prices correspondingly low onbatteries for every make of car Thes...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 May 1922

> l MHM Goods lite Hand extra good i ssss ssszs ss szvssss csfrs ixssss yard 18c One lot of Ribbon at Half Price A few Suits for Boys original price 1500 during this sale 500 Trunks Hand Bags and Suit Cases at Special prices during this sale Good Dress Gingham a Men s Palm Beach I n 0 01 < 32 inches wide per g this seasons i J4 lirown Reeling models Special 1195 32inch Creton fast colors per yard 22c One lot Men s Suits at onehalf the regular price Men s Dress Pants 20 per cent off regu lar prices m gBusssamiT B 46c Garza Sheets 81x90 Bleached Special each 125 Reduced Prices on all Mens Hats during this sale 28 Cases of Shoes just arrived go into this sale A few Boys Suits former price S at 295 New Goods Silk Mens Shoes W L Curtain Materials Douglas make 900 go into this sale at jjj grade per pair special prices Z3 mmmmmmmmmm New Ties for Men Special at at49c Boys Good Khaki hirts sizes up to 14 Special each 75c Mens Rock ford work Socks 3 pairs for 25c 720 Boys Caps Special l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 May 1922

h jft 1 I HO 7S JOHN WOOD texas aonoE C F SJOGREN KYess 1 lx Mrs Mary Graves Tell You Iter Poultry Raising Experience iliree ytjir K bought nn Incu Jiator this VeanPve made money ltat stole jay rTiby 1il < ks Oidut know until a frlond gave nH < a euk < of HAT J a3 SNA I Next inoriifni Kept flddUig llieui tath in hennery Suddenly tliev dtrupjieam aHogether Ms the only iw nit killer Tuk Mrs Orate advicp Three i s H i Me 121 fxold and guaranteed Jjy Crawford riinrtaq y nnA RcottTraey Jlurdxrare 3d AS 3DEIOE irsA Auctioneer 4 Eatsn Texas Special A tteTithmniven to All Sales ot whatever size We do Anything in Automobile Repairing General Repair Work of all kinds f ConnersGarage m L G CONNER Prop Phone No 34 WW limBf8l IIMIUIIIPLillll HtWIlIIIIIIimWi7 HIGHEST PRICES paid for ChickensEggsHides AND CREAM Thompson Produce In front of Ford Garage EAGLE TAILORING COMPANY ODORLESS DRY OLHAKINO LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY WOBX CALLED IOB AND DBLIVBBBD BOB EDWARDS Prop Rum No 184 ANCONAS WON...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 June 1922

k tilts sie e in tlieir dully vonduct lECffisnsoinn XK w r s > JYOU know that the Texas Panhandle Gulf will serve The Largest Body of Good Land in the United State without a Railroad PLAYEBB ENTERTAIN THE PEOPLE OF TULIA av had with us thin week Mr ir Monroo Hopkins Players nrtista came to our city with high commendations Hint tho y have lived up to that promise in entertaining and count of delayed train service lute in getting their tent up afternoon ilut the workers it with a will aud by U oclock tain was rung up on he first the opening piny We wish to Miily conduct exhibited during a fi H n li > flVwnf wi given us as the pecial Mens sits Little Lord Fauutle IVIpTls 7Rented and the scenes sponsne chord in Hie hearts kerchio 0110 OP1 lp audience was eiiter li nplendid vaudeville nuui BSSuy night a highly vaudeville was given consinting of eight All IjK11 a ° lienB musical pro t Maude lleeger the gifted Wear < Headed West a llCCS stcn lomedy wns iMBHili M present t i > ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 June 1922

We Are Still LEADING The City for Best Values In HighClass Merchandise Every section of this store has been filled with new values and better values than ever before Much of our recently purchased merchandise together with some sturdy staples from last winter all go to make savings worthwhile for this week You will find values here hard to beat anywhere and the Mail Order Houses simply cant compete with us Come and see LOOK Womens Blouses Special 150 each 10 vszma i hilrVv Coveralls G t y 1391 ilds C lis lo to a t J 4bfiS 3BSiBWlfcUVMfi9BBBM MBBMBflf kb hi = bb Special All ext Week REDUCED PRICES CONTINUE ON ENTIRE SHOE STOCK prises AT THE BUYING POWER OF YOUR DOLLAR HERE re is a oargain You Should Notice Silk Dresses choice of lot 495 HOSIERY SPECIALS tic s Silk Hosf goorl quality 95c m > Stitch Silk black > ih 139 I ACT QUICKLY HERE S k Mjij ri imc 52c V Linen 28c Jordan Zirnmermann GATARiUiAc DEAFNESS LAWYERS Tulia Texas hiTICB Ovrr Tulia Hunk k Trust Co H L JQRDAN LAWYER O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 June 1922

Ak JJ KnS Z ZL r iTi E M DDDDDODDaDDDD Mr nnd Mrs Peiej Seott nf Inv ton Vcw Mexuu spent this week visit ini with Mrs S < otts pirents Mr and Mrit J A Grundy tk NEW BUSINESS Kress Produce Co That the people of Kress and community may have the best market for their produce we have made arrangements to buy all your Poultry Eggs Cream Hides Etc AT THE BEST MARKET PRICE We will be glad to buy just as much of these products as you can possibly produce SELL TO US Kress Produce Co MOORE Manager aDDDonoaKasr Efta EftE Indigestion Many persons otherwise vigorous and healthy are bothered occasionally with Indigestion The effects of a disordered stomach on the system nro dangerous and prompt treatment of Indigestion Is Important The only mcdlclnd I hao nevded has been MimethiuH t > aid aip tlon and dean the liver writes Mr Fred Ashhy a McKlnnev Texas farmer M mediclnu Is Thedfords a n m c BUCKDRAUGHT for Indigestion and stomach troublo of any kind I have never found anything that touches...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 June 1922

h Cu TITLIA TEXAS TVXK PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST THE NYAL QUALITY STORE Titt THE TULIA HERALD ENQLEMAN OBRYAN Ownem HARNETT 0BRYAN Editor J B ENOLEMAK FubH her Entered ttoaitm aitl natter t the poitoffiee at Tulta Texas nbeeriptlen Fnce 200 Tn Biz Montlu 1146 Tear 1022 8TTNDRT OBBBRVATIONB By Nicodemut High jehool graduates are now plan nine for their future Most of them plan to go to college That is a very fortunnte iden thnt 1ms taken possession of them They sec life through a rainbow of promise It looks alluring to them and we would in nowise break the spell that holds them They all plan to succeed whatever that is The college oflers thein a multiplication of their chances to succeed equal to S00 to 1 In other words S00 collepe men and women have gotten up in life where only one without that education has risen to equal place Now that i not a parable That is an investment of assured returns A fellow can afford to wait on tables or sweep halK or spade gardens or deliver meat or do nay...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 June 1922

Ci J Lvjwiijeffw JU > 2 a o LOCAL AND PBUONAL JM D LnVcllo spout Sunday with relatives In Plain view Mr and Mrs II L OrlRsby of Ilhji jiy spent Tuesday in Tulla HuROndaspcninl Saturday prices nro nicrnoy savers Mrs Ucwoy Keini Bpont lust week as the e t of Miss Vera Lour in Clar endon Ml Sybil Stephens who has been nttendliiK school at Clarendon College it at homo for the summer Miss Herthn Hell McClendon of PU vertim ipent Monday and Tuesday with Miss Bonnie Dale Stringer Special prides down at Hafonils on everything In the Rents furnishing line Saturday Ine L Deen tho Reninl carrier for Rural Route No 1 out of Kress was a lumincRi viHitor in Tulla Tuesday afternoon Mrs E MnnRum nnd son of llnin view are visiting Mrs MniiRums parents Mr and Mri J H Stephens this week MIm Tinn Burrell of Clarendon nnd Mrs flordnn Inrdan of Vigo Park were Riicsts of Mrs C 0 Jordan and Mus Mhttie Friday A little out of tho way but It will pay you to investipnte the goods nnd prices nt ROOERSV CA8H ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 June 1922

± m OIBOC aoeaoi aocaoc tocaoc aosaei Kow a Noted Vet Gets Hid of Eats Farmers Heed r iir4silni l 1 e HAT Ai around iPy ho iitala tery three in v I < > rat > or not It BATsS Al pets them y time I r omuieud it to every 1 x hninc rat Don t wait uht j u a ni Ha inl I4 trT oil Thrr lfS < rhwfcr 1 If r locaoi I VARIETY GOODS Jones Bargain Store tocaoc SOB E Simply delicious Kelloggi Corn Flakes with strawberries Such i feast for a warm moraing brtalrfast Kellogji Corn TUkes and strawberries and a big pitcher of cold milk or cream why it a revelation as an appetizer and so satisfying Just as wonderful for lunch or for betweenurnts nibbles And best of all Kelloggs Corn Flakes and fruit are exactly the food you should eat for warm weather Youll feel so much cheerier so free from drowsiness and headaches if voull keep away from the bear foods this summer Let the children eat all they want For Kelloggs digest easily and rest the t rn n and supply nourishment Ii mM ft Vilvi TIl CO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 June 1922

3 V W < iiV iodoc A feu Cans fefif 30EXOI TmcS GOOD WILL OLUB loiaoc er rvooMC Fresh and Cup Meats 30E30C 30E30E Tin Good Will Chili biiiit ii very pleasant uftcrnonii with Mra J V Miller an Wednesday Muy 21th After mi interesting discussion of tlio ktson sumo lively games and needle vywk were enjoyed liy all present < SKH ilS > 5 Jll 0 I tSW You can still take advantage of the Big 5c Sale 30E30E Call jfor Club House Brand 30E30C o 30E30 0o Phone No 3 Do 30E30 At a viiy lute hour lovely lofiesh iiienU wine served l y the hostess ecu Klsting iif delleioiiH ieu ercniu anil cake nltei which tlio eluli adjourned to meet wit 1 Mm W Clan sun on tlie nttei noon of June pth Mrs Iline was tlie guest of the eluli RKIORTKR I West Side of Bquar k PHOSPHATE BAKING POWP LAVNDRV grocers still have a small supply of the large SOME 12 oz cans of Dr Prices at the special price of two cans for 30 cents < If you have not taken advantage of this big moneysaving opportunity do so at once The ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 June 1922

I0E30I jCSk How a Noted Fai < arouu < i whei Jin the wo < r time t o < i hawng liCr j a l > r ou < t r d nortffll I I I m D HIGHEST PRICES paid or ChickensEggsHides AND CREAM Thompson Produce PKONK NO 72 In front of Ford Garage S5SS3S5Ewi jysi gfc < > EAGLE TAILORING COMPANY 0D0BLB88 DRY OLHANDTO ZiASIBS WORK A gPBOIALTY WORK OALLBD FOR AND DBUVEBSD LOOK LISTEN READ The throe highest peas in the Murphreysborough 111 ogg laying contest are ANCONAS Also the highest individual record is an ANCONA Eggs from Best Winners are S400 per 15 Others are cheaper hut not so good S500 per hundred from flock JOHN WOOD texas PC OCaOl J JOE3Q1 1 IQI F SJOGREN d Coneral Auctioneer Kress Texas Special Attention Given to All Sales o whatever size We do Anything in Automobile Repairing General Repair Work of all kinds ConnersGarage L J CONNER Prop Servant GJrl Wouldnt Go in Cellar rearing Hats Mrs Tepper PJaljifield N J i > ay Huts were so bud iu our cellar tb < fcurvunt gi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 June 1922

u ME 13 i wLffl tea mo xS Myit fMPfy TA BOY FOREMAN HERE xAR BoY WELL BOYS THROUNDUP HLI BIN A GREAT SUCCESS AND THINK WE ORTA HEV A LITTLE CELEBRATIO LE ksfurtyL here Tou are 1 ING GUESS MISSEE FOREnANl > TER TAKE A VELLY FINE CL1DER NPy MYSELF V > SHORE KKoWS V LHS ORTA KNOCK ffi TO HOW VH 33UST OFF YUH r < < ifj i < Ci ii iU M J aJ O ai v > a v THE TULIA HERALD TULIA SWISHER COUNTY TEXAS JUNE 9 J822 CANT YOU read Now UlMtHATS CIDER OlDE CIDER MOW FILL Up THAT PITCHUR ffK AND HURRY UPf g K C Q The CowkicBs of OJoy ALLEE RSGHTEEl ISSEE FOREMAN CoU KNoW tf > By M 31 IiKANNEU HURRY UP Pete we Pont WANNA GET CAUGHT Number 23 z ALL RIGHT PtNTo IT WONT TAKE ttE AMIWTE To POT THS r + si > Ss > s VINEGAR LABEL ON THE CIDER T BARREL I 1 x v wii W m couldnt help it ll > y > m jching he at > e Ypo it 7ll SEE How You FELLERS LIKE KEROSENE NOW ILL MAKC J YcomE out ey CRACKY ta begin X SAY CUDER SAY KEROSENE zm V

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 June 1922

I JlIIIUPMHW WWI At Nicht Panthers Wolves and Boar Gathered Around the House near Georgetown Dyers Creek was a small settlement of a few houses and one store and my husband went down there and bought two cows and calves for which he paid forty dollars in gold leaving us ten dollars But those two cows and calves were our first start in stock My husbands father gave each of his children thirty acres of land and we reared our first house on this land where we now live near Killeen Thinking to better ourselves we took a lease from Ramsey Cox on Bear Creek Tit is lease was nothing but a wilderness full of wild beasts Mr Blackburn was compelled to go to mill and the nearest mill was at Uncle Whitfield Chalk about 31R AXD MRS J V DALTON Pioneer settlers of West Texas and owners of the famous ranch bearing their name which is also the name of the famous gusher black lime as in most West Texas fields but from an oil sand The drill passed entirely through the lime and into the true Pennsylvan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 June 1922

College of Industrial Arts On May 11 12 13 the College of Industrial Arts was joint hostess with the city of Denton to the Texas Press association The college opened its doors in royal welcome to the editors of the state all of vhom are its loyal friends Rarely has the college entertained amore enthusiastic and appreciative group of guests The dormitories were opened lor the entertainment of the visitors and all the facilities of the college were put at their command Jinny expressed surprise at the size and development of the college since its opening in 1903 It requires some stretch of the imagination for one looking at the present busy community on College Hill to conceive of one lonely brick building valued at G0000 surrounded by scrub oak in its virgin state reached by foot paths or at best a common dirt road and a group of 14 stouthearted faculty members and 18G young women making their way through a mile or so of mud or sand as the case might be to launch what was then an expe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 June 1922

fit itL itI I in < > i ni i i ii iiiinf t ANNUAL MEETING TEXAS RETAIL DRY GOODS ASSOCIATION All members of the Texas Retail Dry Goods association have been sent invitations to attend the third annual meeting f the association to be held at Dallas June 13 and 14 Speakers of prominence have been invited to address the convention on important subjects affecting the retail trade in the line of dry goods womens wear childrens wear and millinery The Dallas Wholesale Merchants will cooperate to make the convention a success and additional to a banquet to be tendered the members aid visitors the first nignt have offered a refund of railroad Aires on purchases made while in Dal as To all merchants from a distance up to 200 miles on purchases of SI 000 the refund will be a round trip fare and on 500 purchases a oneway feiw Merchants from above 200 miles will have their refund based on 1500 wid 751 purchases j fr i < tl t tff tTf > 111 > L TEXAS TOWNS TO HAVE IMPROVED WATER SERV...

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