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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 August 1922

Gold Strike at Washington D C i i pi p til 1 St TiJ a < j I per he golt frr his Ml k llspt I II I In 11 lli SWIBHER COUNTY 1022 TAIE TO BE SEPTEMBER 16 AND 16 At i meeting of tlio Tuha Chamber of Commerce held Monday night of tiis mok it was decided to have tho Swish i > r Count 1U1I2 Ialr on Friday and Sat inl i r September 15th and 10th V full program mid premium list will i p announced later Ml of our farmers are urged to sae iloir roilu ts now for exhibition at tins 1nir Countj Agent P C Bennett mdSciretnn 11 M Fielder are alreadj it work along this lino but wc vould specially impress the fact It was also decided at this meeting ci send an exhibit to the great Teias > t ite Fair at Pillas this fall And for 11 > s pnposc our farmers are also urged i 8no their exceptional stuff of any 1 mil and to let these ofhials know and i 111 iln > CI llli lllldl 1cf > s I Kmg c I tall pluer nunc pan thoj will see to it being brought to town There is none better raised ant wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 August 1922

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 August 1922

A H v ffir ft ate jC C30E c 13 = XOH30C aocioi A Platinum covered Wedding Ring lor 1750 IajnluV yi itydmn 1 ijij Wii RrMil Blu rym nml Platinum put > ito the linml oMttcr OrnlVimti 1ivc lion wnmilil iiifu a tinny vl b i ly lr itiung litppiic i Tiu < PLlmunj Ve < Uing Riti > Iirmg i iold wVisMing Kii < aiil vcwilleowr tie willia Iilurnl shut of h entire Ring with J n inl UK vonit Imud curved ui the tluce cornered dluet with sidcu and lop Lard ctifravcd for 1750 Taj able 100 tkvwi SI 00 n week fr Hinjjg 2mm wide Vidcr Bands in ItoiKJition estimates cheerfully furnished Wc preserve inscription on inside of every King c are direct scntatives of a largu eastern Factory diovcspccinlnrice They nut t lie Kime skill and workmanship into tins work as they give tli r tolid Platinum WcdUituj Rings Flyiit Jewelry Company 30D0C aonoc aoaOE F TULIA TEXAS D o 30C30 QUE CONVENTION PLANNED ELDER CLARK HOLDS ATTENTION i PP CHAMBER OP COMMERCE IN ins GOSPEL MESSAGES vuiarillo TexnB Aug 7...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 August 1922

i a CITL TAILOR SHOP JPhone 204 c > Call and see our NEW FALL SAMPIrS Worl vailed i and olivercM1 B E EHRESMAN General Farm and Live Stock AUCTIONEER Kress Texas H L JORDAN LAWYER OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE TXJX1A TEXAS Jordan Zimmermann LAWYERS Tulia Texas OFFICE Over Tnlia Bank Trim Cr Imperial Barber Shop OUR STOMACH sultii i rt Torpid u M Liver East Nastv Tenn The effic Jfticy of Tb < I rttB B adcDrajight the < gtsuine h j liver i meditine t vouch d for v Mr W n Parsons ol nrorc f t citr U is srithoutwl dm < i 1 I vxy acfce ether tr iubl tir Iv 1 ha > kn and cl and to every one out It In the t claims to do it i ud it T3 r i n i was t lHVi lil l > il I i ii i > won ir flu im il tr > Hvd ltill n Oil tl < pnrtx it lo o or niiii li Mr litl Uirki of Io < iited unrte AllCt Hanrok lie latter M 1 i i 1 Tas failed o tlio 1 mIi I fi iimhfT who live at Mil Hit Unit < r In on in bail liOllth till IM l IM O iT riio > roan Ui > or at llnr I i I iir Sitnida ii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 August 1922

II I h KRESS KRINKLBS Mr Don Slmrji of Ttillu wiifi hcoii on tlio dlrculs of Kress Thitrmlny morning Mrs Kln Union accotiiponicd by lior rhililron find Mro Jsom Wooils loft hero Wctlnciilny lnoi niiiK for Johnson comity lo visit frlondH and rclntiven Air J 1 Wlllld nnd family wlio liavo livoil in Kress for sumo tlino past limo now moved to llalnviuw wlioro I liny will ninko tholr futnru liomo Tlio Daptist ladles of Krois period dinner and supper Tuosday and Wcdnus day tlio Methodist ladies served dinner and supper Thursday during Iho elm tauqua Mrs Man is of Tnllii was lsittiiK in Kress the last fow days Miss Dorothy Dolonj left a few das ago foi Oklnhnmn whore she will i isit licr relatives Mrs lindil of Sweetwater who has been visiting with her relatives Mr and Mrs John Ijlllolt of Kress has returned to lior horn Mr Smlih and family of Iineer Texas f ho has purchased the property of Mr lion Uusli aro now making their homo in Kress Wo hope that thoy will like tlio largo eity of Kit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 August 1922

w f HE TUL1A HERALD NtUEMAl < > BRTAN Owner i shi BARNBTT O J4HAN Entoi S ENULEMAN Pil V hnti re I > 1 tVn ioi fr Snhncrt TTJ nt It KS V til Ill I whe m v mil il > i < mail raMler t fnim Texas t rrio 0 Ter Tow Ri M 11 1 26 i if i AK ASSEXPIV OF GREAT AICD TESTING OOOO RESULTS Thoi tasui attend blv wl to liiV fcic I Kaniia n iMplc the r He 1 I el 1 fn ts I inv tl e isteri AJvot r d enno fo liT iMri nf in t ttir tlic e t i iifrli uy t Asscm A jlit 2nd neir Va r ontf in n i idors adoi mild t I H > I Hj 1 jr i fi ta S EET ii E To Pw i or not lo Prp o tjt i3 SfS I iniiiiiiiiiriiiggniiTiirf nd it rod y Trly o ii s t tp ° in their > > o i n ttc r i their glens in i ihe varioii others it j i Memphis laudi Hal r me Higgin Aiiiariiti Tlapp v Wj id Plata view Kress Ljbbrck n my many others the central Nation waf the big iining room and cold drink mW3 with Messrs r W Putnam and A Kibreas < Can i r md other And tirl wo would make an inp n i in i nt tho ijC corn reo 1 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 August 1922

mp si LOCAL AND PERSONAL Piri t iiei 11 Tili 1 rdl M M K rn in lithe Ken IH er in Amarillo were Thnrsdny n i ir pleannutly in tl arm and K 1 it ii rr ent1 u vV Pitterioil Ronu niz Ilainview T 1 JO Handle Hulli m 1 VICE Hurv Hullmil 1 1 or to 11 P tin < or a onoc o D 0 lio o Phono 39 tocaocrr Complete lino of Frojdi inil Cured Monts tit TUCKER PltOITfllCJI CO tfc FOR SALIS A good dilnrj 00 cnsli 1111 AttMACY If sold quick Cull ntiho Honilil of j flee f If S A Ducknlt proprielor nf tin Tnliii Produce Co was fi business v ir it j Amnrillu last Fridav j Thr regular session of 1 lit toiiiini siuiors Court of Swisher Cnunlv will I m < i nct Mnndn VV < i KOI KS PLVELHED ever ia ad of Miialitv i pt i itt a Hr urgs Stud o Tiilia Tos Wylie Boyle if Plnitiv w ua in Till i A n il v mij plfllVl itH 1 I A Vr inI Mr I ii i I i Inl I riii loft tlio flrt of ttio week for a n e it ion triii to Do menu lins of Vow Moxleo 1 U VI lr Iifl last sni mdiv im i nftor a isit wit hi dniMi r At s II i ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 August 1922

NOTICE TULIA TEACHERS THE CONSOLIDATED INSTITUTE The nttcntion of Hip tunelie s of Hie Tulln public schools is enlled to tlic TcrtPlicrr Consolidated InMitutc which will he held in thP Wont Tpt Stitc tformnl Collepe n Canyon fnin Sep lemlier ttli In Sth lt > DC en vniip fnrulty for Hub institute hn been c cured Twentyone eoiintlc In this Pan lisindle find llnin f T i ii > he r recentrd itli the lO n ft it uto We tnho the liT i < r hiv tm Superintendent i UirttpI in rofc rtier to thii IW it sit o t fnlnws Tonrhcm i l 1 > i ivpoitp o h t hand for thr nVt i ir d loinli r > inp September th m < itend v tirh even 1 < T in iit ti thr tv 1 unle oV pd v the iPTintpni > r Tear r mil ri this itt Isnop quirr tli itten car pTlati n of tpmimo inl w V TPLl IT tl ir > Tl tnte Iiff h itp luc o t lene or non at n jiiv for excused aliFPnic Conic to the n titiitp at Oanvon SADDLES HARNESS COLLARS LINES BRIDLES and all sorts of strap goods TJia JJ5Rft Oil Aiiiie line of Cutle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 August 1922

ifVMVD STOCK lRIOKS LOWER ifer L1UKKAI OATTIiB REO im 1 r iv 1 Ml 1 nt RECEIPTS J Kalians 1ity Slock i tirils August 7 1DJ Ciitllu rocolpU totlti were U7 000 tlio larost supply tfinco Jnto Oe loiter lust jpnr lricoa tlimiKli lnwor ft i w s a fmrl goml tone to tltu Initio Choice f t niUlo wore Hitirio flrflii de line Hluop and lumlis uoif ipifitfil sti uli to 25 centH lower TodayH Rocolpts Horses and Mulos j o birses iud mulis wore in r r tho two du initioln t quota U hanged though there f I r f f beg lr CMIAfs I PIPK1V I i I lu le i ii ii KfX P DliJlt DEPOSITORY NOTICE i i of th Vr i < t i > I 1 1 sin iII s I r tin 5 1 nh i il re i r 1 I its i I ts a 1 i l l > If j I h 11 triet s lER COU17TY 1022 FAIR TO BE SBPTBMBEIk 16 AND 10 II 1 < 1r m t the Tulia CI urn t hi tI iiilav night of h ul to hsise the Sw i 1 iir on FVMiv and i l iler Kith and llltli i mi mid jriiii ium list I imiunri d lflter f w fruicis are urged to him > 1 ir i icmi ts i iw fr exhibition t I lliiui tt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 August 1922

W NOTICE TU11A TBAOI THE CONSOLIDATE The at tent Inn of tlie Tulln public school Tcnelicr Confcolidntod will be held In the W Normal i > 11cjo nt Tan temliPT tth to Mh lf < 2 fnctiltv for tins instit n cured Twentyone > our handle nd IMnin f Ti resented with lie i a jtitnte We takp thP lit > Suporintetident B enre to this n tut Touchers will t ev hand for tho first i < rio Snp Seitemlier 4M > r nrh pon itt < i d wjipm eciiFed hi Tcndior will n > i this ntt dincc Tht qulir tlr ten i c mri ellntion of rt fi tendance md v rif nlifenrt Come to the inst Kot bemuse you arc e but in a spirit of enj f fulness to yourself t week of Instituto fo by able speakers and knowing our covrorkc rrly looked forward much pleasure vurj mid above all an insj our work for the com We would have < at at the openinc of thirtyfive weeks und the same spirit thai week of school We How shall it be dcs CULTON LAVT Tulia J SADDLES COLLAF BRI and all sc goods w S Wc Ci z = line cff Cx Fen...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 August 1922

m jaw 5 13 SB 1 SB SNiblfca El Ufa I fremanJ < egS3s old sfc ff M NICE pG PLEASE u ALL RIGHT CHING ILL GET YOU A FIRE LOG IF YOULL PROMISE TO MKC i US some V 9 I TODAY SAY LETS GET THAT WASPS NEST THAT HANG W TH BARN On A MXgazine SECTION JUST BRING OUP RUBBERlS THAT BOOT ALO 1stG PIHTo I THINK WE f iCAN USE T 7 sniff sniff shells kind a tf IT CHING j3 I SS W f ni TULIA SWISHER COUNTY TEXAS AUG 11 1922 1 ffiLH AHA WERE GONNA BURN SOME RUBBER HEY > ji p CE3 7l tVu i i RALD By M if BRANNER V EITHER I NUMBER 32 The Cowkicfls of OJoy Ranch ALL RIGHT VLL TAKE ITj = = BUT IF THERE ANY MONKEY BtzNESS Look OUT THERES A FINE LOG MR POKE You WONT HAV TO CHOP VT FMr 4wJaMl Z71 v tV v y WE Got A > dandy fre Log ALL LIGHT ME ALLE ISAME SHOW FOR MAM How TO MAKE FL1RE i n

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 August 1922

I1 1 > i iii iii > ni > i 4 > t > ttt > ftM t In the fall of 1840 Judge John Crops came from Alabama to our neighbor hood in what was then Milr County about six miles northeast of the town of Caldwell in the present County of Burleson Judge Gregg was accompanied by a young man by the name of Claiborne Fitch and bought land about two miles from where our family lived On this land he put young Mr Fitch in charge of the negroes to improve it and prepare a home to which he oNpectod to bring his family the following year Early in the spring of 1S41 alter Judge Gregg bad given instruction for completing his new home he left Texas and went back to Alabama for his family Tn October of that year he left his old home in Alabama and started for the new one in Texas accompanied by his wife four boys and three girls The boys names weue Thad deus Ellis John and the baby boy Henry who was about six years old tiie girls Lucinda Martha and Mary There were also in the party about tw...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 August 1922

k Ktn i > i t THE COUNTRY SAVED AGAIN 4 4 tMffHf fr 4 M This is writlon boforu a ureal contest at the ballot box on July L2 As I write hundreds of candidates are puffin and bio win on he stump in order that our country may be saved and friends of the r nflw v v y candidates are thundering words of warning from pic nic stands on the hillsides and in the valleys of our ureal state And even this is not all This day which is Satur day before the primary sees men on the curb stones gesticulating vchementlv and urging their voices to the most sonorous pitch in order that our country may be saved from those who would ruthlessly destroy it And the candi dates and their helpers are not working alone They have called to their aid the printing presses of the country the great agencies that fill the country with truth almost as rapidly as the morning sun fills the great celestial concave with golden light I have read several papers today and much of the space ofvehe papers was taken up with ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 August 1922

V 1 i W Nijl iK JK LEST WE FORGET Places in and about Dallas having historical interest are to be marked with bronze tablets or stone tablets according to plans of the Dallas Historical Society Each tablet or slab will set forth the event of interest that occurred at that place or the reason why the site should be held in affectionate regard WAR MEMORIES RECALLED War memories were recalled and the dangers and hardships of real warfare lived over at a recent meeting in El Paso of some fifty members of the old Third Division of the U S Army which took a prominent part in the fighting at Chateau Thiery in 191S IN INTEREST OF RICE The Beaumont Chamber of Commerce is planning an advertising campaign to extend the work and interest of the rice experiment station at Amelia in Jef ferson Jounty Rice growing is one of the big industries in Jefferson County but itos hoped to make it much bigger LIVESTOCK JUDGING COURSE A Vhort course in judging livestock was held early in July at Grubbs Vocat...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 August 1922

ITS IN DALLAS l < qtir < ta for tr lr or mere column will tie clntSly flrmit IIATTHUS OLD HATS MADE NEW WOOD 1 HOWARDS Hut KenovntorH 427 S Ervay St Dallas Acontfl Wanted ART GLASS MFttS Everything in Glass Cluircli window i Hon I Opal lllni for lump alindn Celluloid hand inlrrura rrpalrnl ChipiHil Hun Slipm Wind ShliliK Dallas Art Glass Mir Co Patents and Trade Marks ELECTRIC MOTORS Couch Armature Works Electric Motor hpcrialht N nnd sxoril IHnl Motors I Itrwindine nnd It pjininK lhonc X1775 riffin anil Tamp Street IIiIIjh Tcta < I TOOJ GRINDERS FRED J LAGLER Orindji Anr IMced Tool Mall Ortlin lvrn Special Atten lion Inper Cutter liladci nnd 1 ine lliM Automitlenll > Ground 1M1 ISrjan SL IKIIas Tetas BEAUTY PARLORS Learn Ieiuiy Culture Prhate Ienn Diploma We trarh all tranehei of the art Including marcelllnc OLD LONDON BEAUTY SHOPPE The larxeat and moat modern In Dallas mini utinnints ji t Kills Main bL llaxeinent = = HAIR TONICS A Wonderful Opportunity to WHY IIK NAM I...

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

Want Advertisements ARKNTS MANTtn roUNT > Bale ManarecCan ion In cat 1100 fun you acll aomcthinc ro Jde are compelled lo buy for J1 that thee nr now pajinr tlB for and ynu are 1h only man In the county who h it for > l Bjt hu v nu if sou can UAl TinCNnw company ok ThAA tIM Main 8t Uallaa T xn AGKNTS to ht 11 Hm name 11 d r iiil > cr pint Sample fitnt hil o < with your owvi nanu fur 10 in > iir full information Wtrk Buaiarte l bank rr rrnr < r > Hhod THF vniT ViOIUll NiMF 1laTE SH i Main itrr < T rt Wn ih T HANTTi > l nl ircnii I > r he flat cn nnrn t 1 > r for piiwuHM HKKIHI N N MhNl vv i Ki1 1 khan m M r NH s c ft r n Adiat ir 1 M r > I t wirid Hif d li ami eU t nr t < t Wltnl il flr J p t Wlt > KiTi t 1 MIHAi tTltMS SAll Co A w ton Ail farms and iions in sin COTTON lRAN AND STOCK KAKMP Puth Plain p a lit1 rrrt a Mr earii nrd tbe fit m i ci i I and Ufliroa o fi l ooniff ri > t 1 HICK RKM TV A nN lu 4W Wheat Hui u iit i brt Worth TiTn 100...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 August 1922

4 1 1 THE THOMAS SCHOOLS h Anlnilo TtMis A ItosnilriK nml Day MhhiI for uniit Uillrs ilrls nml Small Hots I r jironf liulMlnit with imxluu cumuiiciic Spimrnto flroln > ot Imllil K for Miinll hnn All i rparttmnts litrrsr Music Art Art Nwitlo Work lxprcision lluilne s direful iin > prv Ision Strict i1l cliillii < Crisllt Kjstcm lilrt > fonr cinlits iiciulinl in the Arnilcnilc t < iur o tri urniru illploma Ilrst elms tmchors Thnrmigh wtirk InilMtlual In ntriiclliin Write for rntnliiRue A A THOMAS A XI Prrallrnl MOORES PREPARATORY SCHOOL t oKducatlnnnl DftlWs lew CoIIcrc Prepnrsitory 12ltmr > ntnr > tintl Primary DcpnrtmcnU This sthnol offers tlmrnnrh prcpirntlnn for Miuinl ilcV lc > imctit of scholar shin ihrttl nil rulturul nrtKltl to mr t the rrfiuirrnunU of tho foremost roltarw nml rnilii rslllcs llvf curriculum Incltiilci cnmiIrte courses In tlnglili Music IitituutiKrs nml 1 Mircssloti The nciiU o each muilcnl are carefully analys nml clinvlrJ hy effl dent t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 August 1922

L I HEMSTITCHING Ilstlne Pultons Cnrrrcd Im broidery Uridine unci llraldlnc MI18 PAl LINK TENM Mull orders ttrnn prompt attention AtLAS WOMANS irilAMK 102 lim St Dallas Tela v BUSINESS COLLEGE Tyicf on DixC trade BOSTltJ FOR SALE acr central part JW stat trrowinc tc T f railroad this land or stock rawing < vWll ujir g C Pi at P < tbd < I he ItFt Ft frT El he to tom de aoi J5 Itlo ftJ J CO I All me 1 ow ofNo No wi In jop wader W pro 20 000 Sec clet if < in 13 f nc rap clea ridi FOl rar ret t lJti CO y < r tfBflXMZB A Band or an Orchestra Make mnsic for pleasure and money We will help yon Write today for onr easy payment plan and catalog DALLAS BAND HOUSE The Musicians Friend 1925 Main St Dallas Texas Radio Supplies Best Quality Cheapest Prices SUPERIOR ELECTRIC CO 109 S Ervay Dallas Tetas SPEND YOUR Vacation AT Sylvan Beach Park where Tide and tVtdInd meet Bathing Dancing h inning J00 ItUKtic Saxntntr ttttar for Ktnt by the Week or Month 1 Blor > tooma iind ijinpite...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 18 August 1922

30E30C TWO SECONDS IS TKOGIIBSSING ON TULTAS SEWER SYSTEM M Irick t Son contractors for in tnlion of Tulias sewer system are jj Froo Signed Accident Policy aonoc pi i it ion Un 1 i iilllciul and v in i a geod j Koch with ovory pen insuring it for ono year against breakago datnngo or unsatisfactory service in any way Dont put off Come tomor v rowVin < rcnmi as carlv as you tan to y < t the best pick Flvni Jowolrv Gompaiiv aonoc o SOCIO COOKED FOOD SALE SATURDAY BY THE TULIA B Y P U The membert of the Tuha P Y P I eucurred some neecssarv exfenses while jf ling the work with as much rapid at the recent encampment anil Uioy also 1 h s possible taking into account tho Inn a met and their ever desire to V 1 things well Workmen hae com rlt the pits at the disposal plant Killasrv vor < ° f UK1 ho ditches for ig of tho sewer pipes is pro Myatunis we know it will not yocks until this needed un for our Oil is ciT o rr r Vit tto jmpleted contract nut i itv officials will bo ill to Me ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 18 August 1922

r itd IIE < Fi frT E h to tom dc Jti COI Alme meow meJ ow ofNo No NoWl Wl In jona na der derW pro 0 000 RtC CltS tS In Inf ttu BSB reu FOl rut rui Ion CO This is the amusement age The craze for amusements forcttli tlic doom of present dftv civilization If 5ou are a careful readr of history AMUSE > ou 1 th e TiTrMT < > vlaly bit wren mill 1 this ace am the MANIA oc whil e MUMA ccacd the fall of Greece and Rome Wi ai nimli inp tr tid the ariie pro pve The incrc ition of she world and v t < afforded u < 8 mak J io ior a quicker decline I lie people seem to have forgotten all about lifes more sen otis work ard att encaced in mad competition for pleasure There arc more people trying to commercialize this tcndeHv or mania f r amusement than e er before and for financial considerations the a e fiirnijhine more kinds of amusements Proprieties are hcinc shattered princi > es are being abandoned and charars sacrificed in thr mad rush to reach the Reach of Fri voht i l Ple...

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