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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 September 1922

re i last I their V OKDINANOK NO 03 MBllnlI < 1 or plumbers license MI8t ho T r o uao or the 8owor attorn imcct with the Himor syntoiii of tho > ami tho clmrgos loi tho inspection and proseiJbin penalties tliu violation of thi ordinance He it ordained hi the Citi i omm ii ol the Jity ol Tuliii Texas Cm Vp Tl ° HililO stiveis of tho Jl I1 IkiH ii iM ol mnniH aufl teralaiwth neeess0 c emeries I l > wiole the iiienision < > i t v Manner nh > an app th l i iinl a eit oi the i v t nisiion miino eompulent poroii to h < I t pi 4 Uo that the irovisoiiH of tins oi1imU nlor w Il lUnl t o I I Jul he t UM I lh itj of Juhu or tl IOHci a pnntel V m toat n Mh apncJti tion II shull herentV i f r lrnon orer t 1 I nith am seur pohlic or puvnte tin any bu 1M wil vor eoiiiiPitlon in the itv oi Tulia lt in aecoriiame with the povis of this ordinance ion 1 Jiefore eommoneinK woil h sewer connection the plan r > o < oil connection and plumb r v Indicated in ink show tho tioi of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 September 1922

s > 1ogo No f olock y ednes r3 u > nnd t a JS h women if tin Fiojies gladly accepted an invitation the young mens Berean Class to a pleasure tn tc them nient gmiics in then r last Thursdav after I il ut i JO sjme time Bpcni in enjoyinp the scenic beau of > i 11 fl on wl ie the s brewed tea and arranped h eating the jjirli had a WWBfh Tjlare WWBf 1 J Sfcl1 v their turn to 1 1 ui the lunch while if iu > 111 iiMii fjie water B > iide the dcuious lunch which the pirK had jireparcd the hoy had secured fifteen pood watermelons bo it8 aeed le to iv that everyone had a good minrjnnnaEJUius iifflniJBnsausaifniuaiisje nniimiiuiHtBg OCIAL ENTERTAINMENTS 1 F T Man b s ion spentf By Special Reporters KMcr > ifimiramninniijiTCn nd BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL Ala MASSES ENJOY PICNICKING BLUE BIRDS Tv n r jjt a 5 0f iP Method 1 Sunday school started on an auto trip May 30th and wa to have returned July 30th but the Fords had to il HOW TO DO IT THE TUL1A HHKALl Mr and Mr B T Reid and Mrs...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 September 1922

m V W 3 V TPLUME 13 or1 if13 mellI i ve heard bout thi5 game uuf but ive 51ENIT PLAYED Ill Cat theVo It just upoi moitf THE TULIA HERALDTk IT TOOK ME FOUR WEEKS TO MAKE A NINE HOLE COURSE ON TWS RNCH I NOW iXL TEACH yOUTME GAtAEll t ft TULIA SWISHER COUNTY TEXAS SEPT 8 1022 EBSSEJ NOW THIS 15 THE PROPER WAV TO PRWE OFF 11 NUMBER 36 The Cowkicfs of OJoy Ranch Br M M BUANNKU Tk we k iintejl8l920iby rhe SunHeralUCorporati6h LvC WVVV i

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 September 1922

V mXt I Paper rend before the annual rennion of tho Old Settler Association of Hell County Texas September 27 1902 You have been told todny of the deeds of valor and heroism of he pioneers their trials privations hardships and victories but 1 come to play on a minor key It is pleasant and right to recount the noble deeds of our fathers but far more pleasant to say something in praise of our gentle sisters the heroines of the pioneer she who rocked the cradle bed of childhood our first last and faithfulest friend We would feel remiss m a chivalric duty did we fail to note her share in the great work of l discovery and improvement and I am I proud to record some encouraging I word tohir aspirations and advocate I her claif to a just and proper place in the of tho Old Settlers As trophies of the years a few immortalities Vqnulchre Epoclis i uV i survive ob l 4 f the race 61 mc v to human 1 d memorial u v iausoloum and jrys page Their 0U cT pages of history ito attend it vche night and ...

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

m i > V k < irr Ml r > i I A DAVY CROCKETT HERO CURRENT COMMENT Nearly every month of the yeur marks the birth of some great man some mortal who by word or deed or both gained a leadpipe cinch on fame and who after receiving the applause of the multitudes for a sea son passed on leaving his footprints on the sands of lime and his sayings in the mouths of men To my mind the month of August is thb poorest month of the year to be born in The beat usually plays its fiercest engagement in August and flies and gnats and mosquitoes arc more numerous then than at any other time I am confident that after struggling with the hives flies and mosquitoes for a few days the babes who discover the world in August readily reach the conclusion that life is a delusion and a snare yet when we delve into history and biography we find that some great men were born in August Davy Crock etts earthly existence began on the 17th of August 136 years ago Davy Crock ett was truly a great man and to hi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 September 1922

f i Q t kriill I mi r > tr TO CONFER SCOTTISH RITE DEGREE Scottish Rite Masons of North Texas arc looking forward to the fourday Fall reunion that is to be held in Dallas November 21 to 24 inclusive Scottish Rite degrees will be conferred at that lime BIGGEST POWER PLANT IN TEXAS The largest power plant in Texas is at Fort Worth where the Fort Worth Power and Light Company recently completed its new station just about doubling its former capacity Its burners are constructed so that gas oil or coal may be used any or all of them REUNION FOR ARTILLERYMEN Membero the 131st fieid artillerv former amd Texas Field artillery u v lery cpuVaco next month Jim ouiip 5 of the Texas v V Birkhead nier colonel of thee e the reunion rEACHERS MEET of McLennan Lime aunties to it u are jiTfceprXmoef 5 to S for a tricountv s institute This is becoming a annual event and more than kW teachers aJdred are expected to at i ais year e < ALLAS BUYS MEXICAN LION The City of Dallas has bought a Mex ican ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 September 1922

JV w ITS IN DALLAS llrnuests for Information In retard lo atrrlre or merchandise offered in thla column will lie ctadly Klven liy thrie flrmm > JSJ 10k J HATTERS OLD HATS MADE NEW WOOD EDWARDS lint Renovators 427 S Ervay St Dallas Agents Wnntctl ART GLASS IMF RS Everything in Glass Churrh windows Ilcnt Opal Jlass for lamp hades Celluloid lianil mlrrtirn repaired Chipped Class Siena Wind Shields Dallas Art Muss Mfff Co Dallas Trim Patents and Trade Marks ELECTRIC MOTORS Couch Armature Works Kleetrle Motor SprclalUts New and SecondHand Motors Itcnjndtw and Krpiirini Iltone X47T5 iriffin and Camp Street Dallas Texas TOOL GRINDERS FRED J LAGLBR Grinds Any Iklred Tool Man Order OI cn Spec la t Attcn Hon Iaper Cuttrr Illadi and Plane Illta Automatically Ground 1601 IJrjan St Dallas Tciaa BEAUTY PARLORS Learn llesnty Cultnre Trlval I wonj Diploma We teach all brariehea of the art Includlns marefllinc OLD LONDON RKAUTY SHOPPB Tlic larccat and moat modern In D Il s RUTH ItODCKRS Mir fKUi ...

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

lington sokLa si ojrdii TEXAS FARM NEWS East Texas Poultry jciation has settled dof j iitely on n poultry exhibit to bo held nt Center Nov 23 24 and 25 Four thousand I and 2 ycarold steers were purchased from the 6666 Ranch owned by the Burkburnett estate for Iown farmers Farmers in Northeast Texas arc laying in wood for their wnuter fuel m expectation of High prices and coal scarcity tthe coming winter At Duroc A a dtlleinc ation sale of jSner1 wnt Ar farmers ISOWA is in V o < ei t 1 u round unty ooiitf t c ° t to nenra haV ad fv 0JH3int > ef much st ucv fc year kJ v the i tdn have signed mer ic The Shock Method of Harvesting Peanuts With Pole and Crosspiece Special sheep scabies quarl The rice acreage this year antine orders to cover Ed throughout Texas Louisiana wards and Val Verde coun and Arkansas totals 822000 ties is announced by the Live acres as compared with 747 Stock Sanitary Commission 600 acres last year Galvcs of Texas The special quar on rice millers are please...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 September 1922

v k Wonderful Piano Bargains Hush Gorts for nearly thirty years lias been the headquarters for everything thats best in the music world in the Southwest Uuy pianos and other instruments DIRECT from Hush Gcrts and bo sure that you aro fretting the best your money can buy Such famous lianos Players Grands and KcproducinK Pianos ns Mason Hamlin Ilardman lesso Ircnch Milton Hallct Davis etc Genuine Victrolas and Victor Records All Musical Instruments Player Rolls Sheet Music Read theso Piano Prices for early fall and write us immediately Player Pianos 395 and Up Upright Pianos 285 and Up Orders for Herthandb advertised In thlv ralnmn r any Information requested 111 be cladly furnished by tin firms below j LABORATORIES WILL YOUR SEEDS GROW Dont plant sterile seed or i > < hhI contaminated with uiil mill Tists retjulre 3 tn 10 days de jcndUiE ou the kind of seed lerminntlon Tests 200 Per Sample Purity Tests JlSC lo J100 Additional TUB FORT WOKTII LABORATORHM Box 1009 lort Worth Tcia...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 September 1922

A East Texas Poultry jciation lias settled def At a difl Miation sale of Duroc jlf Sw Qt Arlington lV V 3 a sow v i < JlDl refund > unty t cot t ad the neighbor l liMMH l Bn have S e in pie Arcordlfin pleated aklru e o < e r Ml bmtonn tic SOI Klam Tilde l 7TT7 4 Of > Houston Pleat 1 JbXAS u sr llouton Teiai itely on a poultry exhibitwards o Supplies to be held at Center Nov 23 ties is aiMtvnpnnnst 1 Cheapest 24 and 25 Four thousand 1 and 2 yearold steers were purchased from the 666G Ranch owned by the Burkburnott estate for Iowa farmers Farmers in Northeast Texas arc laying in wood for their writer fuel in expectation of High prices and coal scarcity ithe coming winter Stock of Texas na lccs Aug 10 Light rains ally covered a South Plain 1 JSS farmers thinATMKXT will save the i 1s 1 hot test woit nagement two years ha A110 > enced in the 1mt A number o farmers have xxi nir cciving sets and many V jire contemplating ins to be plantfteld fGANIZE j cane Which will e W ° ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 September 1922

> Inccrs Bthe 1 13 ii II I JI ip Cymour vOr 30E30C luit omplctid the sur Texas Ianhandlc lulf ictween Tu umeari M Texas where connoction proposed railway would be mide the Gulf Texas 4 Western sup San integral part of the proposed fhrail road from the Dawson coal Jtq Fort Worth Colonel C H II who is promoting the road and Noon a n nationally famous rail ginetir and contractor were in Wo rth Wodnesday and gave out iformatioc just before leaving tor heudquurtcrs where they pile their Information and co statistic prepartory to secur uncing and permit from the a commerce commission for the ostruction of the liae ill require several months for get our figures compiled and utable condition for submission icinl interests in the North and declared Colonel Walker several months of continuous ong the route runaing the ser jjinl mapping the route securing itf available data a to present potential tonnage r have com i the huge task and are now in wtion to take mncrrtr action in Remises 3 Noo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 September 1922

w y i C n t i Atosfitl klrtt fctittim 51 It I Jfcl II out ti iea id 1 i nW 1 Mr WITH THE CHURCHES THE METHODIST 0HU80H Heaifourth quarterly conference lor rent yfar met nt the rhnrch n t w < onlny evening with llcv 0 S Hnr > CiatJdi y lW < ll K elder in Mie clinir ami jltely OTl iu M V iH of the oftlclnls i > re cnt toRetli tO DO hold lit Vir with quite n number of the member 24 and 25 I > The ronorttcf the pastor and of N showcd real progresx in the work Four Ihousand o diurrh during the year and were yearOld steers Vinlcniinp to tho lire idinc elder He chased from the 66ally commended the report of the OWntd by the Blll < < and the Sunday school Miperin estate for Iowa fnrit Officers yeio elected for the car which bcRiii the first of No Farmers in Norlhr > ns f0ii0w as arcwlaying in rds 1imor Koara their Wrjter fuel lr sternonber of Stewards tion of lligh pricesywd scarcity pie cominiorteri Atadf rtion eth fwood i and oa 1m j Archie Stallings Pauline Swopst...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 September 1922

Jvy School Suits SS HI For Sturdy Active Boys ng g Two Pant Suits That S means double wearS gS Priced from 1500 Qn ° ocao > gS hO o HH So la aoxao 0E30L Zm UI2 > 30I down to SS oo SS ° ° K DD 22 S otao u L ii iJj loraoi locao I0E30E I0E301 lOEaoi xocxoi xocaoi XOE30L xocaoi jocaoi locaoi 850 Jiosaoi I0E301 10C30I SS D firm good grade of Per8 SS n cale BH 3tf BH HW QQ bs ocaoi MM Ski nojnoc a O xoaoc X0E30I I0C301 xocaoi XOE30I I0C30L XOE = XOI ocaoi xocao X0E30I I0E301 X0E30I X0E30I Ladies Coats Are here in large variety of styles and fabrics xocaoi xocaoi oeioi xocaoi jrocaoi xocaoi 00 DD 00 Dg plush and cloth The gg seasons newest II1 1250 to 3500 oo DO oo bd held In the director room of the MUNSING i XOCaOIOCaOl UNDERWEAR for the WHOLE FAMILY = 101 = 101 20E301 aotaoi B O aocaoixocao X0E30I XOE30I X0E30C = S = a0E3bl aocaoiocao BURN HIIIIIIIHIIIIIBRII tu tv A IOE30I xocaoi iho oxtentloni are added The ei L r XaW JS j ffffr THE TULlA HERALD vlvvv As Clean As A China Dish ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 September 1922

T sjciatioT feet < c L Accord aVIrU ft ballon Horn ittcly on fli > io bo held nt wr 24 and 25 jit Four thousand1 e tle < e ri riI I a i < Tuonj WITH THE CHURCHES THE METHOD Jtoutfourth quarter 1 rent year mot biurdiiy ily the i The pastor will prea hg next Su sting topic umber 99 m r Youll evening wit de nr which AJ s RESCR1PTION DRUGGIST THE NYAL STORE QUALITY il nSlh ng BALL Fnrmera in North M follow as arc layinj in rds their Wfoter fuel stcrnenberf lion of High pricesvrftrd scarcity jthe cominiorlej Jation p cUm aall attwr tlcjoh Kb > tt ttwood wood and dn on furry vulla T xa Ma 200 Par Taar Tru 1 O < J C T K C 0 J196 7MBER 15 1022 VERT1SERS 37 Jon falling G Tort who < 11 Sf Simpaon Wm Ward 10 R Q Porter turday from tec Steward S S SupU erald M B Tueker J O Baai h the to do District Steward Lay Ler > l v or ads J E Swepatoa L e PcJnr and all There ia only about six m Thursday til Annual Conference C0P V io us thc member doing their partre f011 wecka of th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 September 1922

f < VV > lun v f Bob Edwards and Frank Wood wcro Amnrlllo visitors lust weok IT iHH SALERccd baby buggy O ill Ko 210 VMp 0 11 Ilunson ef Plulnvlcw wai visit inp Tiilla friends lust Siindny WHIN A Hawkins was a husinciiy visitor In Amnrlllo Tuesday It will pay you to sec Thompson Produce before you sell your orrs and fryeri Mm 11 C Perkins ill for the past week ocaoc 0 focaoi has been quite Misses Louisa Rodders Lorn and IVilma Jrlffln worn visitors in Amn rlllo Thursday lust n fow packages of Dates M left TUCKER CO IOC Dromedary PRODUCE i2tfc Vlr Milton Wilson r who is a student In the Statu University returned home Monday to spend his vacation Miss Wilma Uchronds left Sunday to assume her duties as a teacher in the Love school Vor your Sunday dinner order a nice VmI lionet of TUCK Kit PRODUCE co astfc Mrs A 1 Hurlesni of Matidor is jlEt rettir KOR RENT Two rooms located near chool building in Tulia Call Telephone No 210 t7lp Rev O II Fort of Uimmitt who is holding a meeting f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 September 1922

lrL s for la IP Attntti < klru f button i lnp XHB METHODI MjsV lUufou > tee Steward B Tneker WITH THr CHES ith q rent yea rdu > ovcni aitcly on Ail m to bo held nt v 24 and 25 Four thoufJBV yearold sice p chased from l4 owned by u > V estate for Iovf Farmers intf as are layiniJj their wiWr fuV tion of igh pr Bcarcity the ccc At a dtF uv Duroc Jcfemb lington Jtfejj old ji sow Pllntrict Steward Lav 1 E Swepatoa Qe plea OGRAM JTTNIO0HTrtfl I limber 90 Iord Prayer in Timber 96 and Business aiciior < no anj rev of f < arter x last > iet tli Work called for and deliveTe < Phone 184 There s nypAl m the far chlng court actl0n Hhlch ui Annual Confercncm injunction against the Rail Unions They S District Am Clme of Chicago Asst recks of thcvrir Esterlme and C S Atty Gen Harry M Ll 7 Car veo voudge Jam H Wilker on of the Chicago jartuo best report inn thenction Attonev General Daugherty claims church 0cr f f g with national public utilities The t a > Thl t0r wi1 P &g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 September 1922

i TEXAS PANHANDLENEWS + > + > < < + + + < + + + + + + < + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4mMmM + + + + + + + 4 + + < 4 Postmaster Will 8 torIt Ion of Plnin linn boon appointed Stato Dank iimlncr by Governor Pat M Noff ilev K A Osborno pastor of Hit 1st inn church it Canyon has been tided i call to become pastor of the Christian Church at Tyler SerVcral cuttlpimm of Gruwcll report thai th y have been trying to gel cars to diip their cattle ho iai the Orient has failed to supply tho ears Kei 1 A Smith of San Antfelo a foiiaer pasloi of the Claiondon Baptist church has been ca led by the Olsuon do church as pnntor 1101110 of l d Pollel at Clarendon Swaa completely dostrojod by fire l at Sunday vw > < k Pirn oripitiutiii from mVtiovrn causes The llrtrford Hand has decided to 3t > tcr the tontcut sliRcd by the Pan hnndloPluins Chamber of Commerce nt Amarlllo September IP and 0 Twenty fHe ear loads of fine four vcor old steers are being loaded at Panhandle for I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 September 1922

alt to b 24i F yeai chat own esta Fj ns j Ihei tion scar A Dm ling m > L kin lwttoni V S SOCIAL ENTERTAINMENTS By Special Reporters WMMMMMMHsmMMHRHe PRESBYTERIAN SUNDAY SCHOOL I ENTERTAINS WITH PICNIC I Quite a number of the parents and ft large number of the children of tbo Ircsbjterian Sunday School met at the church at about ten oclock Friday verton destination nd proceeded to enjo the task of scaling the breaks to the bottom of the ennvon where tliev found a most delightful place for punicLing The plunge into the water games of arious kinds and espeeinllv the of the time xvas spent with needlework and games At a late hour some loxclx watermelons xvere cut and served bv the hostess and was enioxed bx all presentI after which the ineetinc adjourned meet with Mrs G W Clnw on on Sept I ember 14th Let all members be pre ent on this occasion and let finish I the studv of the life of Abraham Mrs Lane and Mrs of the afternoon DCSTMANEYANS Dxe wer jue ts ii i i BEPORTER Mr J E Evans G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 September 1922

4 IK f t C30E t in aoc vw o 0o o tocao 30C30E aoaoc THE TUUA flLERALD 30E30C A resolution commending the work of Fort Wortn e Texas Highway Association intro iieel by W A Palmer of Canadian unanimously t im passed prief talks were made ut the meeting i Ham Fowikes of the Dallas Chamber Comineie C W Mayo assistant itrict Federal highway engineer oft Worth fcsm Haswell of Clarenoon j T Wheeler secretary of tln > lexas hway Association and otller I k resnliitiun pased by the IOE30I Brunswick The Ideal Phonograph Plays All Records Sold On Easy Payments Flyn Jowelry Company New iticurds Heuhcci Twice Eucli Month WiiWli iiml lewder Kepiiiriiif IroinptK Done = aonoc = Anarillo Tribune WILL INVESTIGATE PAVING UPON NATURAL FOUNDATION have discovered that paving on the natural foundation without the concrete foiiidation is entirelv satisfactory and will last as long as the paving placed on the concrete foundation In order to investigate this kind of Harrison C P Lester and 0 W Wnr 3000C Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 September 1922

to 24 ye ch oi csl i iK as tht lio set Di Ur Artnrii X VlfL V HOOS AND LAMBS HIGHEU SOUTHWESTERN BELL THONE Co CATTLE TRADE ACTIVE ANNOUNCES SALE OF STOCK L r i > 1 i Mirt II 11 t I ti I i lj ill I I I C V I llC 1 h I > i i v Ih 11 r r til 11 Sheep and Lambs Vatiic IsmV = p1i at 13 to 13 i < idAriona lamb il C No We t i lamb jTripd hut choice kinds Id have bronglit 4H e to 14 of a hiclt pric for the ea on The V iTIl market wit pnoted trone to jHRciarts hiRher Sheep were steady night Horses and Mnlos kaii ljii gjipiit one hundred horses and three rfnndred mules were in sieht for this weeks auction Inquirv was fairly larje and an active trade is anticipated THAS M PIPK7N Market Correspondent Wheres the joVe in the following statement in a trade paper Every employee but one in tho printing office sot his envelope Saturdav VTho was the one Don t all tpeaV at once uea e 1S TOASTED CORN FlAK flu JSoutlnvostorn Bell Telephone t injj > Mii tliri > ujjli Us local m ain cr Mr I...

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