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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 November 1922

0 R I I r V t k H H B H B B m 5 V PMt RURAL CORRESPONDENCE Address all communications to The Herald + DIMMITT SCHOOL NOTES HimnilU Ilicli School Ilnalcot lnU Icnm celebrated tlio lltli b scoring on tho Doviiia tenia to tlio ttmo of IT to 11 Tli9 InrciitTcniliTs Associntion inol with tlio County Teacherh iiHHticintion on tlio 11 tli Tliu astcmlily was lioniir cd by two sulilrcifes from MohdninuH Outlirio and Milkcrson of Hereford Itofrcahinciits wore sorvod Tlio Dimmilt scliool has grown p Christmas Cards Call and See Our Samples A Better Line at Lower Prices During the coming winter months L rom freezing by using our t IT WILL PAY YOU got om prices before buying Tires Tubes or Auto Accessories Save your carcs and get a free set of Rogers Silverware mnt + + nwnrt ry IBB + K < < < < < < < < < w + + > t + ii h < Clennin Motor Company m 13B B B a D 19a a H B n n m a a BBBBiaBBBBmBOBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI B B B R a B B B B B B B B B B B a a a a B BB la BBBBfl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 November 1922

1 I H v V V Page No 4 AnJ tha 1 tlie 11 H Hih > ih But j i i W1 tH till IK re t t lh He read u risivp He doe r t BNQLEMAN BALL FublUhor l tlr > K 1 r d to bear him e t c > m ii wed n t on onai ai Join v He savs tho i ike the women folks alone He ll cad In the pa ei e JctoS Jbsrb rue COOL HA6 FELLOW WITH THE HEAD USUALLY TME COUP CAi i V c mr 2t Entered a econdclM miil matter tt tbe pottoffiee at Tulia T a B b crtpUon Pnce J200 Per Year Six Montka J105 TULIA TEXAS NOVEMBER 1 1P22 WHEN THE READER KICKS M father a v 1 a per In re id > ut up Tight Hi find a lot of fault too doe r u it all night Hi jvs thtre nm t ingle thing u rt h t o p r it tin Jviri1 need i and savs i in SlCt holler tie the 1 ht fume 3nd fret and croaa He says of informatic r it doesnt vvc a ir rrt But jtu ought to hea him holler whin it i jitr osn t come He is > u grab it and he read it r ur l i Iran through i n itera or a want ad Hiii IS j He ay low what we j itsn the < J I iwiraper guys I rn going...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 November 1922

W r W I M L LOCAL AND PERSONAL Phone 202 Bland Burson oC Hllvortoii was i business visitor lit TiiIIii lust Saturdny Bcu those folders of tho Kansas City styles nl Griggs Studio Htfc Miss Volmn Sholloy of Amarillo Is spending this week here visiting with Iter many friends It will pay you to aoo Thompson Produce before you noil your eggs nod trjtt Mr and Mrs C Ituko tmitoied to GOOD ltO pix oe rnnge tove to trade for good milk cow feed or hogs or will sell cheap R 0 Jeuuings 102ji Judge Mendo F Griffin and Mr How HP A4 iiWPlaJ > UKW Hti nutr ii v JnM SUurdav When in need of Rubber Stamps Notary and Lodge Peals Numbering Machines Etc leave your order with the Tulia Herald Kress high school foot hall team won hr n score of 0 to 0 over tho Abcrunthy high school team on Vist Saturday Armistice day at Kres Texas STRAYED A re 1 gilt weight about 46 pounds Strayed from pen Friday > ovcinber 3rd Finder please notify S S Williams Marriage licenses weie issued by Clerk 1 M Simpson the fi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 November 1922

J r rRe No 6 WITH IT f GOV THI Ltnfae ctrrj KKLLOCS Jiek I ur I mil Mather ttld roll could buy KEL LOGGS but 1 could terry > n boar I J ily 1 will will f V ilfiW fffl W teg FOR THE USE Light Crust Old Homestead OR Split Silk Flour PRICES RIGHT BARTON SPHINX BRAND MEAT SALT Bear in mind we want your trade For Sale B7 FARMERS GRAIN CO PHONE NO 15 TTJTJA TEXAS Read The Advertisements TAEYS SHo WALKING AWAY I JSl S Every Ounce of Power Needed So does other work such at heavy hauling or plowing But you cant pet the most work from your mules and horses unless they are fed right What is it worth to you to have your horseb or mules in the pink of condition Their skins will be glossy their eyes bright and theyll stand erect and firm You get the extra power you need for heavy work tt 28 1 tindiThousands of teamsters and v farti ers everywhere have found that Purina OM0lene feed actually puts horses in just such condition described to haul heavier loads and it costs no more to feed Call up ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 November 1922

J 7 r I caoc E30E OESOI < o I I i 0o 1 on mmw iiwHtiawawgntaw WITH THE CHURCHES INTHEMEDIATB B T P XT y Program for Sunday NoTcmhor 14 fjLJiJO oclock 1 wJ Uroup No 1 in cliargo of program Loader Untlao Oordni flubject Somo litorostiag llii g ikotit Baptiat SoMg lrnyor Song Report from Group enptinai Huai xim Introductioa by Leader Religions Liberty Mama Tuner Mmioaa Romanic Cooper Bnptutu and Bdneatioa Chsjrliiw Jiaauey q Itaptisl preachers and writer Rich jird Stepkoasoa aocioc lilblo Drill Bpccinl Bong Cliarleio Bnmfloy Dhinrho Wnltern Romnino Coopur Allicu Killougli BAPTIST W M U Mlosionnry program to be given at the homo of Mrs C W McFnrlinj Wed aendny November 22 Habjost Tho Minlatry of ir al inB Hour Tho Great Physician Lender Mrs K N Noble Hlblo Study Continue in Prayer Prayer for Our Medical Missionaries The Handmaid of Christian Missions Mrs W B Hale Monica Medical Missionary Pioneers tomo Waefei you money 30E30E aoxaoc aoxaoc JL ur Key LJL k SEE US BEFORE YOU SELL Alway...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 November 1922

1 I I X TtctN f II GRIFFIN HAWKINS 11KALKR8 IN STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES BOOTS SHOEB HATS Tulia Texas November 15 1922 DEAR SIR You are hereby notified that the firm of Griffin Hawkins will be dissolved by mutual consent and in order to settle up our affairs we will have to collect all notes and accounts dus us So you will please make arrangements to pay us as soon as possible Be sure and attend to this Willis A Hawkins will retire and W P Griffin will continue in business and will appreciate a continuation of your trade GRIFFIN HAWKINS Devotional SerMee Mrs rrease India at the Bar of ras The Ca < a i Jviugi Fair 1 M Attorney r Prown WituesMss > orld < ii the missionaries who are m jriidst of tlne iirobleni Mr Jordan o Bert KU ition not omy for his faithful and loyal Icfense K G 1orter > Mrs T 1 i Social Re ora Mrs Ni nu fcceond Lies Hi lational soou onferen Mrs 1 L Mathe on Third W lines Tm NAinan Move the I J service to our Scont work but also for Stand his active inf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 November 1922

I tl V 0 It i 0o 0D o I 13 An otitic ition il null nm and in t il In in if r l is Solon lohnsoii s lomlu Id i tin Till in Prcshvtir iiilninli list i i iun Tin niltim i iiinuli inn In r bid I her wis mi I ill 11 o f who vnii crtisul on tin pnigriin Horn nil r Itev Btilloik of PI mlv low prisiilid over thi inciting The education il loiiferetue prei et ed the install ition md i client talks were made bv Judge iw S rudgington of Am irilo on tsitia stewardship L White sup tend ut of the Amarilln Presbvte lunh on Snndiiv si hool work K slurp pastor it tho Here resliv terian dirndl and former of the Tulln diurdi on Missions ae uso ot slides and motion pte tiiii limes in the eliuri li ho lnstalalion of pastor olon John on was it prei oiled with I he linrge to no pastor was delivered by ev Shii and tho durgo to tho con regit inn was delivered bv llov It homson pastor hurdi of Am irillo iliool of tho Presbvterun This w is a most ssivo orenioiiv and tho diirges nblv presented bv those gen no a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 November 1922

1iiKC No 2 THE TULIA HEKALD n a B E B E B B B B R R B B B flB B B B B a B B a B B B B B B B n B B B B B flK flB b B B flE flfl fl flfl fl flfl fl flfl fl flB Now is the time to AVE MONEY Fort Worth StarTelegram Daily and Sunday And The Tulia Herald IN SWISHER AND ADJOINING COUNTIES Both For One Year For The Small Sum Of o This offer holds good until Dec 15th i j lie w J U I < am KJft r w X J < J fl i l li

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 November 1922

m u m m m m u M i WITH THE CHURCHES AT THE BAPTIST OHUKOH nacrvico noil Sunday at its ro ffi VYr Sunday School will moot nt 10 clock on tlio dot Irregular tiro requested to bo on hand for thoir classes All of OliristJnn growth is dopondont Diblo study and unless you study regularly in tho Susday school you will not fitudy tho Blblo to much advantage So lino up with u class and help yourself and at thu came timo help your church develop that esscnli 1 sido of its Hfo At 11 oclock tho pastor will preach ond will also tell of tho recent great Convention at Waco thu greatest thai has boon held in twentyfive years Again nt tho ovoning hour ho will also i j preach The ovoning service will bo i held nt 700 oclock Sunbeams will meet at 2 in the afternoon Juniors at tho same hour In tcrmcdlntoa will meot nt 0 p m B Y 1 U nt l > p m also Something interesting for the B Y V U at Its m otlng Lot every Union member boon hnud People nro making plans for the New Yonr Our church is also getting ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 November 1922

y Page No 2 P ge No i wliiek c ns ud crroTIC TIC TICT tm c nan one c ond 1 in ENGLEMAN BALL Publiihers Entered u < coBdcl s mill natter t the pottoffice t TaHt T x t SubicrtpUon Pnc 200 Per Ye r Six Montkt J125 TlLlA TVAS N0 EMUhR 24 1P22 COTTON ON THE PLAINS It h s been fulh determined that the North Plain i roing to take a band 2 the cotton prediction of the Naion hit har it i poiliW for our famo beg a clctn slate and wth ro > erJ c In he vait Ri tl i gro il u jrk < 1 k the qu i t The si is adiij vrai < tion a S to oai I it was gi er dita and ex erien e 1 0 older cotton er i the best riitbod i those who baie vi hii mc < from the u co tl it wc nilN odurt 1 1 v rn advocate the ng e ariety in com anety should be the dirted to the local Wi ner variety i select ei f > r tln Plains farmer let oier > fi rf iY in lin and riant that v f ts i it old ctton erower and iri ibmt c ne othe nr Le t on i sraali ceale too with Iire l rei ue the i rerji inn pes i i r keej 1 it c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 November 1922

ft L OCIOC iiiuuiiiiiiiuiniiiiinuiiuiniiniiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiii iiiiiiiiiiiiin ininiiiiniiiii miiiiiiiiiiiii niiiiuiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiinm minim LOCAL AND PERSONAL Phone 202 ludgo 1 C Taylor was a business visitor in Amnrillo j Hourhoii Red Tom Turkeys for sale jlM anuh Mrs N W Useldlng Hop Texas 30E30E 20C30C 172p Mm Win Hardy loft lust week for Slnton to upend a couple of weeks with her daughter lln S llaiii It will pay you to soo Thompson Produce boforo you noil your eggs and fryers Hunting seems to bo tin sport of the day and as birds are plentiful tho sportsmen are making ood u o of Hi fir time Your oliligntioi to voni family ami l riiiuls ia licat mot by a portrait at Christinas Origgs Studio Mrs Fred Anderson who metwith avery painful accident by falling and spraining her ankle a couple of weeks tigo is aide to be out again Miss Alice llerrod and Mr Karl Me Ohio both of this city were united in marriage last Sunday afternoon lte 1 T order performing Hie lereniony X V IJseld...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 November 1922

b < N r I Page No 2 Ff K FOR THE BEST BREAD USE Light Crust Old Homestead OR Split Silk Flour PRICES RIGHT BARTON SPHINX BRAND MEAT SALT Bear in mind we want your trade For S1 By FARMERS GRAIN CO FHONE NO 16 TCTLIA TBXAfl vTHE STATE Or TEXAS COUNTY OF SWISHER To those indebted to or holding claims against the estate of Georpe R Griggs deceased The undersigned havinc been duly appointed executor of the estate of George R Griggs deceased late of Los Angeles County California by 1 E Swcpston judge of the county court of iaid i ounty on the 17th day of October t > 22 during a ropular term of said ti rt hereby t all person8 in I d Med to aid < rate to Trae forward Swisher County Texas where he receives his mail this 16th day of November A P 1922 CARY GRIGGS Executor of the estate of George R Gripes Deceased o Now is the time to have your furs tanned Will also line colars scarf and make all kinds of furs to your order Furs bought and sold E Ray Smith F 0 Box 751 Phono No 154 44 3...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 November 1922

C < i r k WE i EST TEXAS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NEWS invent Toxus field products liuvo been Rrarawii upon to complete a comprchen v agricultural exhibit for tlio South iiyo Til Pacific railway to liu sltwu In nil Mltortmit towns and county Hunts in jth oast mid west Texas touched by lino ns well ns such points in bulslana and sovcrul other status Tlio tidbits have boon furnished by tho cst Texas Chamber of Commerce Tho tire agricultural exhibit will occupy Bpeoiul car in n dcnionstintioii tniin il will stop it the points on that do permitting the thousands to study The purposo of the operation of bo rain Is to promote butter farming pd cultuie of superior field plants nee thousands of fnrmeis in other Itions have already become interest n West Texas It is liltely that tho lonstrntiou ear will be tho conclud ing factor in canning them to migrate to West Texas Prominent officials of tlie Gulf Colorado Pauta Te railway have just completed an extensive haudeai motor trip over the system...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 November 1922

> m 81 Q o o n o n o D o n o fla fl a o D o a o Io Io I JnRe No 2 Tf Nl OE30E RADIO PROGRAM WBAP The Tort Worth StarTelegram Class B Station 400 Meters DAILT FEATURES 945 to 10 i m Opening market quotations 455 mete 11 n to to 11 a m United States weather report late cotton and grain quotations first all cotton seed oil Department of Agri ulture frms icgetobles and cittlc divisions quota lions 4io meter quotations 4S5 meters 345 to 4 p m Financi il review curb stocks bonds and cotton 40P meters 7lo to 730 p m Bedtime storv except Saturday 730 to p m Conort or other features 40i meters except 5aturdav SPECIAL FEATURES 400 Meters SUNDAY NOV 26 11 a m to 1215 p m romplete services of the First Methodist Church IV J W Bergin pitir Will Foster rcaiiist IOE 30E3QE S0E30E p m Sermonette iO to 4 p m cihhath Dav program presented bv the choir of the Firt Fre bvtenan Churih MONDAY NOV 27 o H1 to 10 iO p in Pance concert preente 1 bv Dot Echols McCutch nand her orchestra TUESDAY NOV 2S 0 &g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 December 1922

l tme 13 i i l o D o IOE30I John Boswell secretary of the Chamber of Commerce relumed tjiis morn mg from nttending the minuul meeting of the Puget SouiidtoGnlf highway association hold in Brady this weok Ho say that despite the rains which mndo it impossible foi ninny people to attend tho convention in rars more thnn 100 delegates wore present and i fine mottiiig was held F It Hurnieister president of Jour dnutown presided All other offirere wero prosent Addresses were made by Judge Iur on of tho state supremo court W W McCrory of tho state highway eoinmis < n Percy TorrcJl manager of the JUjtcrhotel in San Antonio and pre d ontTor th rJVsr Ilotelmen s ocinlioii Roprcsentive Leo Stater Mto of Panhandle and other t wis stated that this route had cived within the past two years 2 000 from the federal government ich is more than any other highway HOttcn The government if very vorablc to the highway for it it tillable as a military road The route im Han Antonio to San Angelo is rdsur...

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

A L > Parc No 0 i FOR THE BEST BREAD USE Light Crust Old Homestead OR Split Silk Flour PRICES RIGHT BARTON SPHINX BRAND MEAT SALT Bear in mind we want your trade For Bale By FARMERS GRAIN CO PHONE NO 16 TULIA TEXAS THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF SWISHER To those indebted to or holding claims against the estate of George B Griggs deceased The undersigned having been duly appointed executor of the estate of George R Griggs deceased late of Los Angeles County California by J E Swepston judge of the county court of said county on the 17th day of October 1922 during a regular term of said court hereby notifies all persons indebted to said estate to come forward and make settlement and those having claims against said estate to present them to him within the time prescribed bv law at his residence at Tulia Swisher County Texas where he receives his mail this 16th day of November A D 1922 CART GRIGGS Executor of the estate of George R Griggs Deceased o Typewriter carbon paper and size for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 December 1922

uiorASU3 A A A A A A A A V V V V V V W + Business Policy it has always been our policy to jive value lion Guaranteed or your money back is the who appreciate honest merchandise and iiy to participate in this Nineteen Days of fces Shop earlyChristmas only 23 clays away Mimiiiiiiini Shoe Bargains All shoe prices reduced for our CHRISTMAS SALE All Shoes in Regular Stock at Uniform Reduction of 10 PER CENT You will find on the Bargain Table many pairs at less than HALF REGULAR PRICE I Pierce and Save Money LOOK AT THESE Childrens fleeced unions sizes up to 10 69c Childs taped unions 69c All other underwear reduced 20 PER CENT Womens SUITS AND COATS ALL REDUCED 25 PER CENT Figure the prices yourself Our Readytowear is not marked high for the purpose of cutting prices Our regular prices are lower than most stores CUT PRICES BBflQflBBBBBBHBBBaB3BBQQBBlBflE3flgfl SUITABLE GIFTS FOR LADIES Phoenix or Cadet Silk or Wool Hose 20 PER CENT REDUCTION 5 J > MKliifn > WHf PreInventory FIERCE ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 December 1922

a Pago No 4 THE TULIA HERALD ENGLEMAN BALL Publishers Entered as secondclass mall matter t tbe postoffice at Talla Texas f bicrlpUQa Price 1200 Per Year Six Montka 1126 TULIA TEXAS DECEMBER 1 1922 Stanley Sigler has recently sold the Silverton Star to 1 W Rider and has bought the State Line Tribune at Far well Texas The first issue of the Sil verton Star was published under new management last wwk Mr Sigler was here visiting with his parents Mr and Mrs J i Sigler the latter part of last week and was on his way to Karwell to take up his chosen profession in this new field Heres hoping both Mr Sigler and Mr Rider success in their efforts to give their districts a real live neyspaper Both are experienced newspaper men and we predict lor them a bright future FOR SALE Fifty head of Hfeavy Springer Jersey heifrs now on pasture at S agaves Texas Every one a good one Address E K Kirby Abillene Texas 435p Our Annual Paul Revere J jOUfSUlTt STQRE 7lrCfA TiexAi THE N3TAL NAZARETH LOCALS Mr and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 December 1922

k I mtM Vm > i > v Sunduii Mr nnd Mrs WW Scott loft hint Monday for Hoswoll New McSlcu whuro tlioy go for tlio benellt of Mrs Scotts health If you nro nbsont from homo how your plcturo will help lit Yiilotldc Griggs Studio Mts Ilex Iloilgors hlid Miss Rutin it licndrix drove to Amnrillo Molidny returning Tuesdny nvening Tlio trip was made in Mrs Hodgcis new Kuril FOR SALE Fiv0 pnsaongor touring cat good condition N L BALL at Herald office O L flunkey nntl Amos Ncwby were in Amnrillo on business Inst Thursday Thoy also attended tlio Manufacturers nnd Jobbers Convention Bourbon Hed Tom Turkoys for sale 1600 each Mrs N W Usclding Happy Texas 172p Mrs E W Baker nnd son Hal left Vednosdny for Dnllns where thoy yill tnnko an extended visit probably during tho entire winter Blank typewriter papor put up in packages of 25 and 75 elieots nt 10 nnd 25 cents per packngo for sale nt this office A daughter Mildrere Tinnin was born on November 22nd to Mr and Mrs S T Kodgers When in need of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 December 1922

tfa Vo m m f s f JC Mens Clothing All our mens Suits Overcoats and Pants go in this sale at MONEY SAVING PRICES 6000 Suit S4S00 4000 Suit 3200 3750 Suit S2995 3500 Suit S2800 3000 Suit 2400 2750 Suit 2200 2500 Suit 1995 2000 Suit S1600 1500 Suit 81195 IBB BSlSBBHSaiBliilliaiEBIBBBBRDSBBBg Q a g A Box of Interwoven Sox will ret s a make him happy Here in Lisle a a Silk and Silk and Wool mix g R E3 tmes n m a n f5SHKKBKH S HB3Ji HEKIHaHBBEBS2na a 2 MUNSING UNDERWEAR For Ladies and Children 20 PER CENT REDUCTION g BHEBBBBSaBBBBBBREBBBBBBIIBEBRB H EHHBBHEEHKEEEeEHUEKBMHBBBHHHBBmm mm EXTRA SPECIAL u m S Mens Genuine Lee Unionalls 5 1 I Made with belt n a 295 T M M H URBflBBBBflBBRBHflBflBBBBHflBRBBBflBB ISIIil Boys Suits All at reductions Buy the Boy a suit for Christmas Most of them have two pair of pants that means double wear 1500 Suit 1195 1250 Suit 995 1000 Suit S 750 800 Suit S 640 Boys Knee Pants all Reduced 20 PER CENT MEN Here is a real shoe value Mans Outing BALS All leather wo...

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