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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 February 1923

T t I J5LIS r lion re P U ldl > r WILL LABORATORIES YOUR SHEDS GROW Dont plant aterila nerd or ccd contaminated with weed ami Tmti require a to 10 dart ile pcndlng nn tin kind of red termination Tuti 1200 Per Sample i Imlty Tutu 180 t U00 Additional Till FOllT WORTH LAIIOItATORIES tloi I00S Fort Worth Teias PAPER SUPPLIES Iaper linn Wrapping Iaptr Twines Ilotea Specialties ATLAS PAPER CO It hat to conn through Port Worth Anjwar V II TUSCANY Gen Mgr Phones I iji Local I U7J FOUT WOltTII U H A Well DrillitiR Supplies Fort Worth Well Machinery Supply Co Manufacturer FT WORTH WELL DRILLING RIGS SIZES 9 2 000 feet tnil less Writ for II u 11 e 11 n Tools Cable liett Repairs Knclnet Tanks Tort Worth Texas QUALITY Chicks Eggs jronn STANDARD 1IHKI HKEnUKIta U varieties Host Injtne strains Incu liato H001 tvxs dnilj Catalog free Keasonablo prices Iree llo ilelKerr Missouri Poultry Karma Columbia Mo 112 NEW 1923 ATALOG Now Ready Send for your copy at onco The Muiison Nurseries lint I 313 PF...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 February 1923

I I T fja 1V 1t Si v 0t 0V r a I t i i j Farmers in Bell county re levari M III V IIIII1K4UU11IU I the auspices of the A and M lar prizes College crop Delta county is said to be which had been vaccinated the smallest county in Texas against hog cholera sur but the black lands of that vived the epidemic of 23 TEXAS FARM NEWS Texas Oates stated cd 820 pounds It was of tho pfit to crops of nil kinds AJconference between officinls Big Bone 1olnnd China type fine season is now in the soil of the Bureau of Animal In A and was 32 months old for spring planting dustry and tick eradicationiMfny t fiSy1tw nt nS workers KIlAL FACTORY si l of tho various livej n It is believed that the At a special meeting of the stock sanitary commissions MKN WANTED a Figures show the cotton Shackelford county at Moran studv of 53 plantinps in of Red River county for according to G F Flaherty Northwest Texas f1 J county yielded a crop i T 413 bales of cotton At least S anu arv 8th a Fnr this number of bales ha...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 February 1923

I tSwjjr V CONTINUUD FARMS AND RANCHES Wi OWM llmuanmla ncrm fertile lirnl ll > land In lnlm llriich County ack toll H 1 < > 1 feet deem niilonilll ilrnlnnuu mil IxKt lit miirkelai diiIinIiIu for truck Inir irincrnl fnrmltiK alalrylnir Block mid poultry inrmlnit j no Inn or Mihim nn Intnl Writs Unlay fur full imrllculiira nnd lllmlritnl booklet II j Cirnr Ai Co I O illilc 111 Weal lnlm llrneli 1ljt IAIIM KOlt HATtl II0l iicroa lnrri twiinlory realdinco tin tiniinl Ihiuici 1 iruoil linrti fine luwtnro with Rood ever I rutmlriK Viiir for nlnrk itnod nrllAkt residence 700 nerw level riiluc Intnl Wl iiprea Imttntn lund 100 m res hill Intnl nbollt 700 ncrrn rlenrril iilinut 400 ncrei wood Innil Kntlri1 fnrm fenced nml croaa foncrJ frfMittnl nn rnllrond In llitiilt county Alta In thrm mllet of ioml town with flurt station tin furm It 1 1 tnnll nml In consnlMutnl school tll < trlet 1rlro I7 TiO jicr iicro J A HOIXil I Jnckaon MJm 1000 1AltMr WLII lMlKOVni I Located ill iectlona...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 February 1923

M t i j 11 id S tfe ACCORDIAN PLEATED SKIRTS HoiiHton Pleat in lliitton Company s l KUm llUr llouitnn Tn BUSINESS COLLEGE A ItAGIAND PiriMnt Dalla Tct Thf Srhool With Imputation The METROPOLITAN lian tfi 1i nitcr ful oprriittoti SS Tram It M < 1t IIHST In Tcim an a Tllillol ell ami ullB for foil Information Accordian Box and Ivnifo Pleating Covered Button Send for niuytrnted Circular Gsrvy cieA Tfla i zcw Ai rrU veuve o < yrt ElFood CTKE BONDED MAY0NKW5E S2T yoim GROCER 3ba need inrrer feel aneesj aboat results wfcaijsoa ceo MAEE C3KL WSTL the nxxarQnsfhss held the fswar of Texas finest cooks for years Rttr MAEECHAL HBZL from yorrr gro txcaext tuna OriRa Grartr SOU i 13 < rfttJay Co HILL TAXING MOTOR VEHICLES COMPLETE The subcommittee of the Texas House and Senate Roads Bridges and Ferries Committee completed its bill Tan 22 imposing new mid higher taxes on motor vehicles adopting stricter regulations for the use of the public highways and discouraging heavier trucks from u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 February 1923

ft V m i J Voajpne D o m 1 14 nes to tie us tho whole I tri attttMl guess nbnut p m and 1 nnver saw im nor hoard of him until ho had come hru tho room and pushod open the door to tho room we three wore in lit had a pistol in cash hand one an auto ii itic and he told us to throw up our linnds Ho pushed a roll of wire in tho room with his foot as sc < ouio hi and whon ho pushed tho door open 1m snid hands up and forward and T shoved then up and he throwed the gun with tho other hand ovor on Barnes and said Hands up and snapped but did not fire He fired atmo first to tho wire with him there was no such locaor o D o n o D D o itlSi ° oc aoaoc aotaoc o xMAU 3 01 = 30 = Phone 56 aocaoc H Flynt Jewelry Company FOR GIFTS THAT LAST I0E30I HELD ON 3000 BOND ON THBEB DETTERENT CHABGEB 63 w In tho preliminary bearing of A M Bodjcm last Tuoeday before Justiee J H ONeall three separate charges of OMaalt with attempt to murder were i > ewe < L The bond was bet bv lattice ONeal at 1000 fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 February 1923

J I I li r I + iori mox irg to HAPPY CORNER By Mrs H M Baggarlcy At this xvritting our little town Baker Inst Friday with nn nftornoon corns to bo in tho grap of tlio flu for there is tcircely n home that is exempted from sickness lluninc may bo dull but not for the doctors or druggist MrSVX T Hatches of Loeknoy visiting lior daughter Mrs A I Har rison nnd fnmlly tcr tdace Joe left Ben Hogee an 1 on Balpb left Tues 1av for en = t T < xxherc Ben will t work in the jil f Mr Hogg et- > a snrrc jljee t week ago Mis Mildred ViMiimcil i stn j nt in tt < Tau rn KnTaii1 Txen The PV nd xsith 1 erijs 1 if Dr MeFarlinc f Tulia was h re n professional isinesv Mondgi Prof and Mr O B Bridges < n f Hieb c > anied bx sm e ndents oteme Me it r < h jc ect at Canvon Fridav night an witnessed the BasVet bal game netween Love and Aman11 I oxp lie < d bv eight point1 Thas Hogge ind imih hixe id tin Ben 1igi 1 om neat Arnex to lace in the ed > f own n oH o rut his children in good ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 February 1923

uR iniwigMwaitsMni I yw ut Iwf rw nutilr lUnfih if you trr wui Jr iWB OCTM ft W M f t nrt CLANDTONC fed Oly r < M R to p Mnul ttopfiffc uJ mlMi > l or M tin tliMfr kJ h Mdr < il Ik mmm Uallri uM Md b Mm t a B i AHTA HI TOO TABLB Tills Taxaa o 90 Dae to arrive at 1000 a m iH OS Due to arrive at 4 lift it m Jfe ftratfctwiM fttftflt 04 Doe to arrive at 046 a m 96 Duo to arrive at UtS p a J A ZIMMER D C CHIROPRACTOR VkoM No o TtuMa A F A M Lodge Itogular meeting on Saturday night on or bofort full moon A Chance To Clean Up f Clothes Called for and Delivered Ihono 181 W HOI EUWAIU Iroprlotei Eagle Tailor Shop H L JORDAN LAWYER OFFICE IN COPUT HOUSh TULIA TEXAB Imperial Barber Shop T A COMEH Proprietor BABBEE8 AND LAUNDRY AGENTS Weit Bide of Bniure Phono 1P FARM LOANS 6 12 Per Cent WHY PAY MORE euro a Federal Fans Loas os Easy Terms payable at your optica through the Tolls National Farrc Loaa Association G C HUTCHISON SocrotaryTreattrr = j Olympic Barber Shop Ilium No 72 M O BTAN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 February 1923

I 1 v r t ll Iftf > 4 THE TULIA HERALD ENQLEMAN BANGLE Owners J a ENGLEMAN EditorManager Entered tecondcUs mall natter l the poitoffic at Tulia T Baerlptlon rneo J200 Par Year Six Montaa J125 TULIA TEXAS FEBRUARY 16 1923 LAKEVIEW ITEMS Wo have lots of sickness in our ommunity at present Mr Brown has been very ick with ho flu but seems to be improving jst week end Mr and Mrs Sticth and children I were the guests of Mr and Mrs j Wheelers home from Sunday school Mr Thomas H Brown who is one f the teachers at Red Hill schoolhouse visited home folks last week esdMr Mr and Mrs noraee Edmondson were the guests of Mr and Mrs Sharp Sunday afternoon Dexter Fincher Josephine Sale and Montez Smith were the guests of Miss Kalhlinc Brown Sunday Mr Caraway who has had the flu for the past week i improvins very slowly Mr Landon Copcland spent Sunday night with Jual Mahan JULIUS CEAZKT o NAZAEETH LOCALS Mr and Mrs Joe Litscb of Hereford visited at the home of Henry Kohls the first of the ueek Mes...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 February 1923

+ iiuuiiuiiiiiiiiiiaiuiiiiiuiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiunniiiiiiiuiiinii iiiiiiiiiiniii 14 Inch block wood for kindling F1L50 por ton FARMERS ORAIN CO Mrs S 1 Dinwiddle and Mrs E A Dinwiddio were in Atnarillo last Saturday visiting and transacting business Liw w lR SALE Ono < < qunr grand piano jgfelicnp Can 10 seen at Ira I Tucker Writo or phono 0 H TISOALE Tulia sToxas < > 2p O TTrnschol > f St Louis Missouri Is visiting his nephow H 0 Clennin for a few days NOTICE All kinds of Rahlcigs Fro ducts Cough Cold and Lngrlppo ro medics also Liniments Extracts Spices Poppers and etc A Kilcroues Con fectionory Mr and Mis F E Clonnin of Friona nd Mr and Mrs H K Fox of Hero ford wcro guests of R G Clennin and family Inst Sunday FOR SALE Good bundle feed sor gum 1500 ton Enquire at Herald leffico 4tf MExcnvntion was begun tho first of the Veek for Tulias now eloctric light and fji wator plant This plan will bo located Z just east of tho 8nntn Fo dopot 44 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 February 1923

K 1 i IV m K V Page Ne MOTHER MOVE CHILDS BOWELS California Fig Syrup is Childs Best Laxative Xr a a iek child Jo vc the fruit tmU of California Fig Syrup If the Uttl stomach la upet tongue coated or if yonr child ii cross feverish full of oM ot ha colic a tearpoonful will jtrrer fall to open the bowl In a few knr yon can ce for yourself how thoroughly it works all the constipation felsoa four bile and waste from the Under little bowels and gives yon a HOMB BREW From Silverton Star A Silverton man was croupol from sound sleep the other night by a loud Pop Pop Popl With the thought that some one of tho family was being murdered he grabbed his trusty weapon from beneath his pillow nrfd just as he started to the place from which the reports Of G fe tes well playful child again Millions of mothers keep California Fig Syrup bandy They know a teaspoonful today eaves a sick child tomorrow Ask your druggist for genuine Calif orals Fig Syrup which hae directions for babies and children of al...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 February 1923

30E30I 30C30C + < + > + + < + W iRoom and Board P Daives Prop Ask for MFRESH BREAD made in Tulia hd you will never be disappointed TULIA BAKERY w a E Wish 1 have taken Cardul or rundown wornout condition nervousness and sleeplessness and I was weak too ays Mrs Silvie i stcs of Jennings Okla Cardui did me just lots of good so much that I Rave it to my daughter She complained oi a soreness in her tides and back She took three bottles oi CARDUI The Womans Tonic and her conditio was much better betterWe We have lived here near Jennings forfli years and now we have ourowu home in town I have had to work pretty hard as his country wasnt built up and it made it hard for us 1 WISH I could tell weak women of Cardul the medicine fill thal helped give me the strength to go on and do ray work ES5 Y When You Want For prompt service and a good job bring us your blacksmithing We keep a full jstdck of Wood Bolts and Steel on hand > + + + + < Ifulia BateS BrOS Texas f Dealers for Alli...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 February 1923

r t No If VwWr M0T1 CHILI Calif on Child Et a lek iatto of Calif UtU utomeh i if yonr child i wM or hu sever fall to oj kur you ru I enghly it wo poison Mnr b Under little B From Bllvci man was aroi tbe other nigl Pop I With tl of tho family grabbed bis neatb his pillt to the place SMH L G 1 V N Fate N I Ohio Cook Spoiled to Make3reat Singer When Cyrena Van Gordon prims donna of the Ghlcaro Opera Company was t little girl at Camden O and the great Canipanlnl told her she would be the rrcatest contralto In tbe world a ftne cook was spolled Later she cot her musical education at Cincinnati Even yet however her Idea of a grain occasion is to Invade the kitchen to cook weal an ainnier a dish taught bcr fc > her grandmother This Is the recipe Take one pound of veal and one pound of ham cut tins Into riiiU iul siimier uti SCHOOL NOTES The seniors had a chass meeting last Friday The class colors were selected which are green and white The class flower is a white carnation A com mitter w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 February 1923

rv > h ml uilV All g < n jv Hv ishe s of onr sc f > ol childn ml Mito the patrons a greater in their sv niums and R or Contest exhibits both general and dividual must be in place by 11 Continued On Iagn 81 IOC THl aocaoi 3QE30C aoi m WATCH THE BOY WITH A WATCH Note how proud he is of it and careful to be on time Does your boy have to guess at the time Then why not get him one of our low priced watches which are as reliable as can be We sell too much good jewelry to be able to afford to sell poor watches Flynt Jewelry Company FOR GIFTS THAT LAST WISHER COUNTYS FIRST SCHOOL FAIR ff > county will hold its yi first school fair in Till in on April v lStli and 14th A committee eon rBBting of R M Fielder V A syGraham 0 R Bridges Miss Bes Msie Brown and Miss Lois Johnson KSvc spent quite a little time and tKpught in planning for this event Island are planning to put this the fjj first school fair over in great C shape Bolov we give the results of thgcommittees work heir fore wor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 February 1923

4 < P t N HOI CHI iV > Cilif Xra a ii MUoICi Uttte atomic if ycor chll mM of h jv r f ftil U hnn yon ci ohly it 1 jmUob torn Under Uttl From Bil man m a tbe other n PopI With of tho fam grabbed hi neath his p to the plJf a u J No S RURAL CORRESPONDENCE last Wednesday evening a surprise to their daughter Miss Iris Those present were Misses Cora May Zona Cox Emma and Edith Butler Lola and Georgia Evsms Lucile Raymond Messrs Lloyd and Raymond Butler Perry and Paid Ford Everettv and John Evans Jack and Lesslie Raymond Gordon Fussle iind Bryant Ptroop At a late hour refreshments were served eonsistiiiir of hot chocolate and cake All reported a jolly good time o VIGO PARK VISIONS Mrs Beck and children base had the Hu the past week all arebetter andable to be up now Miss Pansy Tash come down Saturday afternoon from Cain onto visit Mrs Charles Welker Frank Robertson visited friends at Vigo Park lasi week The Aired family went to church Sunday afternoon at Beverly Brother Corder filled...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 February 1923

I 1 r MHBi if u Wr wtJu ttwww lf > o l t < o nw raw li > hM I in mm iMt < xkf iwmi CLANUTUNC v Wnfcn > u h > iimui timpH iu l ymiMiil n < m lot Ju wJ he 1m Wiite iisl y 1st r < hitraut tux lrt M fMl a PUPITAN LABORATORIES C No No No No SANTA rS TIHB TABLB TiUt tcxm Northbtsnd 03 Duo to arrive at 1000 a OS Due to arrive t 4J0 p Southbenna Vt Due to arrive at 845 a 06 Duo to arrive at 112Q p J A ZIMMER D C CHIROPRACTOR Pfcon No 0 Tuila T a A F AM Lodge liogular meeting on Saturday ulf l > t Kg on or beforo full moon A Chance To Clean Up Clothes Cnucd for nnd Delivered J Phono 181 BOjeDWARD Proprlotci bagle Tailor Shop H L JORDAN LAWYER OFFICE IN COUttT HOUSE TULIA TEXAS Imperial Barber Shop T A COMES Proprietor BABBBBB AND LAUNDRY AOENT8 Weit Bide of Square Fbofie ISi FARM LOANS 6 12 Fax Oast WHY FAY MOEE7 Sacnra Fadatal Fara Lom > Baa Taraaa vajaeU at yrar ofttaa tteeigk U Tnlta National ram LvfiTXlMCfetloB < C HUTCHISON BacrataryTrai Olympic Barber S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 February 1923

Tag 1 CI C U t of little to If your M or arrer f Kror jo onghly JXlUo i Under Ttota man tbo otht Pop V of the i grebbed neath h to the r E K IE IEK IEI I 1 8 tta tth r ItT f THE TULIA HERALD ENGLEMAN BANGLE Owners J S BNOLEMAN EditorManager A new commandment I Ytu Tulia Texas February 23 1923 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH School nt the usual Sunday atpn hour If you Rre a stranger you t are welcome If you arc n member of the Church or school x ou ought to count it a prixilege to be there unto you That ye loxe one another a 1 haxe loxed mi that ye also loxe one mother In discussing tin Rupture we shall endcaxor L > sl x xvhnt is meant by the ten he as u ed here also in xrh t manner and to xvhat and howxvi tr to love each other extent we < tre to love the ignorant Mexican the illiterate Italian the unsanriv Xegro the yel loxv Jap or the unspeakable Turk At G p m a special program will be rendered b the Endeavor Society Th v Amarillo District Endeavor Council will meet xvith the local Socie...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 February 1923

i t I r t + fr f H A Duekett of the Tulia Produce Co was in llaiuview on bus ness Wednesday 14lneh block wood for kindl ng 1200 per ton Farmers Mrain Co Farm for rent on acres good farming tc FOR SALU Good bundle feed sorgum lf00 ton Knipiire at Herald office 4tf Frank Wood returned yesterday roin Lubbock where he had been n business 1 jfeeh block wood for kindl g Jlrrrtt pe Um Farmers LmiWCo < FOH HALF OK TKAHE jtuick ear in Al shape T F Wood tfr icorge Reid returned last Sun iuv from Alpiiw Texas where le had spent a few days with his wife who is visiting in the home of her son NOTICE All kinds of Rah leighs ProductsCough Cold and Lagrippe remedies also Liniments Extracts Spices Peppers and etc ICilcrease s Confectionery 111e alves 120 laud with everything furnished For further information call at Herald office Single man prcfercd G4tc City Alanager C R Walters has been side and unable to attend to his duties as city manager for the past few days FTTTTTVTfTfTTTttf f TtTTtT L Ch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 February 1923

1a C Prom man wt the oth Pop V of the J grabbed neath h to the R E B K E E L t < h a i < A 2 > f N 444 < < MMHM We arc glad to report all our eick people convalescing Mrs Chas McCarty of Amarillo came down Thursday morning for a visit with her parents Mr and Mrs W II Belles C L and C 0 Melton of fil lianison county spent Wednesday hero with their parents Mrs Mel IS I + + + HAPPY CORNER By Mrs H M Baggarly Potroliu representative was transacting business hero Wednesday Mrs J H Cult on of Tulia was here Friday She with her sis ton is recovering from a recent J Sunday with Felix Neff and wife illness Kt > v David II BrynotY spent Mr and Mrs W 0 Bangle of Sunday at the country homo of Tulia spent Wednesday at the j J 0 Evans home of F C Scott Flake Montgomery a student W W Stephenson and wife of < of the Canyon Normal spent the Tulia Mere here Thursday they Meekend here with his father Ain compnnv with J II Stephenson W Montgomery and wife motored to Amarillo Claire...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 February 1923

H jpe sure am 5ur terms 30 cH to are BR a sack of G B R j Satisfaction guaranteed or mtt M iecond hand Ford to trade for milk cow f > s5 s > > + j < t4 < < > < > < F Griffin WHITE HOTEL Room and Board l P Daives Prop Ask for RESH BREAD lade in Tulia you will never be disappointed ILIA BAKERY Severe Indigestion I had very severe attacks of indigestion writes Mr M H Wade a farmer of R F D 1 Weir Miss I would suffer for months at a time All I dared eat was a little bread and butter consequently I suffered from weakness I would try eat then the terrible sufler in my stomach I 1 took dicines but did not get any Iter The druggist recom mended mendedThedfords SLACKDRAUGHT and I decided to try it for at I had ay tried others for two Vr more years without any Im ftrpyement In mv health I soon found the BlackDraught was acting on my tlvtrftnl eating the terrible pain n two or three weeks I found I could go back to eating I 123 V only weighed Now weigh 147 eat any...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 February 1923

Pagi 1a c < Ht or UtU to if your oM or screr f fcar yo eaghly pelsoi > lander From man its the oth Popl V of tho 1 grabbed neath h Jo the E E K B L i t < h a 4 1 A > i JL V l tfittiJ HAPPY CORNER 5th 6th By Mrs H M Baggarly and 7th Grades Depart1 J to ment Drawing 1 Best specimen of free hand drawing 2 Best specimen of water color painting 3 Mapsas follows a Political map of IJ S Relief map of Texas Mexico and Oklahoma fe Product map of Texas Id Physical map of Texas Agriculture 1 Illustrated pencil sketch ideal farm New of ° Illustrated drawing of tin Manual Training Best speeiinen of wood work any suggestions ininin ture boat garden tools bird cages Domestic Art 1 Machine housework apiou 2 Hand embroidered piece 3 Dressed dolls Hand made handkrehief i Domestic Science 1 School lunch prepared for one person > < ijoiiiid home madeiindv 6 Plate of Hix cookies Literary Work 1 Original eoiujiosition Kodak JJJtibt rations may be used 7 X h ta i ii Oral and Written Lan...

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