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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 25 January 1918

f HT W 11 LOCL AND PERSONAL K AJtomobllo Inlniiiig and Top Building HtOHAnnsivPLAINVIKW Mrs W S Iiiiilo is improving from It sovoro attack of Illness Judgo D 11 Cullon wns looking after legal business tit Amnrlllo Inst wool Hiss Mnrv Lleilo infant daughter o Mr aud Mrs J Hi rrod nrrhed Inst Thursday to mnko hor homo Ruy yonr nVtoliola now flYNT J L Cruin ifi > nud diuhtt r Iu cllo wertf in riiiuii < n Moud > v Mr Crnm wn looking after huninc nfTuiH Mrs A D Copo and ohildien nrcom pfiiliol tlio parents of Mrs Cope to their homo lu Iocltnoy Thoy lolt Mondny A flno boy was born fnoadny January 22ud to Mr and MrH It I Htrln gor Automotillo Palling and foi niiildmg MCHAKDS feiiAINVHJW Mr J J Shanks o Kirkiand visited Wednesday at tlio homo of D A Sic Spnddon > Bort Qrlgg and family from tho Origg farm have been spending tlio week nt tlio homo of Mr mid Mrs J W Origg In Tulln Jim Scott of liocknny visited relfr tlvos in Tuliii thin wvuk KOlt SAIf > Wl2 Bunk lloadster See DI...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 25 January 1918

AMERICAN SUGAR SENT TOjRANCE American Price Rigidly Regulated by United States Food Administration CONSUMERS HERE PAY 9c Sugar Cost 35 Cents a Pound During Civil War Refiners Profit Now Curtailed Sugar Is selling today thioughout America t from 514 to I cents h pound io the consumer cuii tliotipli there Ik a world shortage which hns reduced nils nntlon s sugnr allotment to 70 per cent of normal Through tho cfforls of the United Ststt food administration the sugar market tins been regulated as far its the producer refiner and wholesaler Is concerned Hie food administration lias no power to regulate retail price except by public opinion B > en though more than SYOO0 tons of sugar hare lieen shipped to Trance In the IhM four inniiths the retail irroocrs sucnr orltt i around > to S4 cent He icnll well thl sugar at S 4 to 0 n > n < n foml mlmlnlstsMnn believe ind ii K < America r wlfe to par Tin m < rt Mimii this Mil iitit SmriM when the f < mil admtn ilrn u i iili i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 25 January 1918

t N i OUIOXE thicken If Is making a special effort to get its subscription lists revised at the present rate and placed on a THE IT VALUABLE 1 Do yo throw > if tlio body fat of r of clean woot yel low fat around elnewhere arou Jo il of the UnitM rU > S3r POc oulturo yft IM ot ABri wild rr iaro tr 0Tis aw7 ouewivos consider tho finest of making cake and pocinlly puff 1 aJ which Aioorican housfc i ninny lopor lime for its many good usoai eoko e season i Wreoko rork B 0th ° r W iti tlii fat is so highly cstoomed that it bran b pound 8 Uis fnt V 2P v 2 niany jioople make a bust TT collecting it from butcborn and erlnff0 Jrc Poultrr otaro doliv Hit U cuatomors Housewives J won liVi as much as 110 por is the domand for Ijiio well to insist on laving It do I if they buy tlioir poultry dress alng chicken fat in cooking tan rut down tlio amount of fnt jjuiuit buy for that purpose To j a it try it out in a double boiler j flier vesaol sot in hot water until V just mnlta away from tho t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 25 January 1918

7 3 r T TBI PIIOKB KO 202 jHimfmWWiPm CAR LOADS OF APPLES and IRISH POTATOE Tulia Texas IS5US Sf THE GQTOKftS > TiT TELEPHONE NO 202 FANCY STOCK OF CHRISTMAS APPLES White Permain Rome Beauty Fancy Jonathan andChoice Jeniten From 200tq 225 per Bushel IRISH POTATOES 250 perUOO Pounds ONIONS 5c per Pound LIBERAL REDUCTION TO DEALERS We will appreciate your trade See the stock in the Tulia Bank and Trust Company building just east of the Post Office on the ground floor THIS IS THE OFFICIAL SIGN OF T HE NATIONAL WAB SAVINGS COMMITTEE M5 4 4 4 < < < > j < < < < Here is an opportunity to secure your Home Newspaper THE TULIA HERALD and the Only Real Plains Newspaper The SOUTHWEST PLAINSMAN published once a week at Amarillo BOTH FOR 150 gSent postpaid to your address for Twelvemonths Your home paper will keep you posted as to local happenings and the Southwest Plainsman covers the doings of the Plains Country thoroughly and in addition prints each week technical ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 February 1918

m that Vnows of others orlng would it e 9 OX Hoy sulTcrod from an attack Ileitis tho first of tho week Utcn Wednesday by his par OCLOCK DINNER IN HORACE TOWNSEND BUY8 HONOR OF REV SnARF TULIA OLYMPIC THEATRE socinl events of tlio past Tlio Olympic Tlicatro nt this plnco U oclock ilhinor Riven formerly owned by Dyo Ford and Scott it tlio lioino of Mr nnil wni sold TncBdny to Hornco Toivnscnil 1 ijer in honor of liov J R Olcn Scott 1ms bcon tlio popularman f oTpccts to bo callod into ugor of this huntro tho past flvo yours A War Work soon nnd umler his careful guidance it lins illowlng wefo present and par grown in popularity and favor with tho tlio bountiful repast nnd tho people until It claims tho distinction of of Mr nnd Mrs Tucker being a list class picturo show it Sharp 1 0 Lnlrado Gor Mr Scott is an energetic busiuoss celt W H Donaldson R 0 lunn and as siCh ho has inndo Tulin a W Itleks J 15 Swcpston J splendid cltien Ho expects to bo ns nan Messrs 0 S Wyatt Asociatcd t with th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 February 1918

r t WEEKLY WAR NEWS DIGEST Stories of Activities and Conditions Throughout tho United States and On Uio Battle fronts from Washington D O 41 to CO Men Required for Each Afr pUno tn Acttvo Service 1 Hill IllCt lOIn < r ihi I hi Aim point cnl prrpinsi i < ml iui Mid 111 lilt lienrd mm li diiriuc ti oi nliste U n rt At ii lit i M ii i vutei > IU 1 nou ouiu Men r dlers me I oi J 111 and muni 11111 of tl Men lemiiiug i Will I1 I > irilii nll and ii i ov pro I Ji1 > of the prOOSfi i rplatn to be provided li the imji I 1 Ii 1 1 I I I 1 out it on if well to ertain If I list i tl 1 nvi I hi mi I nited Stutc will in thi nest year In i mini try wben one great induMry prolines fiOO0 i motor uirs per year the fob ricntion nf 100000 pianos might seem oasy bat actual figures based upon thrco years of prsctiial experience in the war show thnt there arc now between 10 and 50 men of tlie auxiliary services required for each active machino at the front If this same ratio should bo adher...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 February 1918

< U AHtheYear Tourist Rates TO Mineral Wells Corpus Christi Hubbard City andMarlin Texas AGENT Tiijiu Tuvts Why you should ue Cardui the womans tonic lor your troubles have been shown in thousands ol letters from actual users of pis medi Vclne who speak from personal experience If the resultsobtained by Cardui a trial Take umatinnnnnnninnnBtacn Hfe Bi cither women for so many years haye been so unf truly good why not L > CARDUI Uia Wsmass Tssfsr Airs Mary J Irvin ol Cul n Va wrltesi AU tJir ws ago 1 Y uHerffd viimJlu Hiiki with female trouble bear ingdown pains headache numbness I would go for three weeks almost bent double My husband went to Or for Cardui After taking about two bottles I began oing around and when 1 took three bottles I could do ail my work EfiO H D MALLORY General Auctioneer For opendates soe or phone J C La lradoat tho first National Hank Tulla Jdlia Texas Wm F MILLER REAL ESrAfE ANIUNSUHANCE RENTAIsSiLOAISiS HAP Y < = = = TEXAS Djjnnis Ziminermann Lawye...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 February 1918

THE TULIA HERALD ST on fAX SXEAD DIM imwfw w v HarEKAH fc 0IUIYAII Oimers BABHTTT OBHYAH Editor X 8 EHOLEMAN Publisher Sbrriplln SI 00 P r Tur Bnt it < 1 i second < > trail irtlter II Ml t t nirr tt uifTrttn TUMA TEXAS February 1st IMS a tew Tirmas the IIEKALD HAS TO SAY With this iasuo The Hirald begins Its work for tho second month of the New Tear j now much of a success or fniluro it will make during tho entire year will lay partly at the doors of both editor publisher and of tho people Wo do not expect to mako tho paper a great dally in n few months timo our desiro is to go step by step in progress and improvement until the paper has roached the highest goal of a newspaper min a ambition that of being n ml In o first class weekly or daily nowspsper as the deirnnd may be Our desire i for it to be a fair advertise meat of the county A mouthpiece for tbo people to use in making their wants known to the public That this object rmv he more rightly operated in making The Hera...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 February 1918

I > r kV ti r 4fty l James Ford ton of Capt 0 W Fori N o t In tt lnlng at Camp Bowie vli ItaA relatives ami frlomla nl this placo a few < lays tliti wook Mr Tord loft Wednesday and Will stop a fow days at Wichita Falls boforo returning to Camp iWwU Cigars GonuinoCoCo Oola ami Can IIm UcCtino Drig Co H L Lilly of Vigo Tark was look v l j after business affairs In Tulia Tacsday Mr and lira W 0 Connor of Castro srvnty spent two or tiiroo days this iwsok at their homo horo Automobile Paintinj and Top Building RIOHARDsVrLAINVlEW All lronch of Now Mexico visitod Ihis brother Herbert French hero this weok llr S L Walker recently from Sin Francisco California who was called horo to attend tho funeral of 1ih fnthor Mr Albert Walkor has roturned from a visit to rclatlvos in Rockwall count and will likely spend somo timo at tho homo of his sister Mrs 0 0 Jordan Tho soil of Swisher County has been recolving considerable moisture during tho past mouth Another email snow foil at this placo ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 February 1918

r > i CAR LOADS OF APPLES anc IRISH POTATOES FANCY STOCK OF CHRISTMAS APPLES White Permain Rome Beauty Fancy Jonathan and Choice Jeniten From 200 o 223 per Bushel IRISH POTATOES 250 per 100 Pounds ONIONS 5c per Pound LIBERAL REDUCTION TO DEALERS We will appreciate your trade See the stock in the Tulia Bank and Trust Company building just east of the Post Office on the ground floor J j auJiilUb MITTEE Tulia Texas ytBL SAWGS STAMPS llSSUES Y THS i ntiminil THIS IS THE OFFICIAL SIGN OF THE NATIONAL WAS SAVINGS COM + > + + + + + i Here is an opportunity to secure your Home Newspaper THE TULIA HERALD and the Only Real Plains Newspaper The SOUTHWEST PLAINSMAN published qnce a week at Amarillo BOTH FOR 150 Sent postpaid toyour addressfor Twelvemonths Your home paper will keep you posted as to local happenings and the Southwest Plainsman covers the doings of the Plains Country thoroughly and in addition prints each week technical articles by the best authorities to help the stock farm...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 February 1918

fV i j i 4 F V 1 Ze seriousness of tlio vencroal ills S problem becomes multiplied many tiII84l > y reason of tlio war for It Is a K stabllshod fnet that war Is alwa Puuicd nnil followed by an increase j these diseases Tlio iro0t wnr lias been no oxcop turn rather gone beyond all pro vnms warM in this respect This is revealed i ho olllcinl and iinollielnl reports fr m 01 < ry warring loiintry of llurope S HCrou8 did this matter be como in as early as In Oetobor ll1nftiat n Hoynl llntlsh Commission fl jVmiereal Diseases was routed for ipiirposo of making a earoful study ftho situation and suggesting means fnS preventing their furthor spread rIlr conclusions wore that education WZ tlio njiist nfllclont means of com tatiiiK them 1 Ooucltor of tho St Iouls General tyspitnl of 1aris gives tlio follow inn fiuriw showing thu incroaso of these SLoasos among civilians lloforo tho thorn wore trentod in tho hospital JlrV hundred msos of recent Bjphills o ut Kt 3000 cases of all kinds a p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 February 1918

aoc D o D o n o D o D o SOI D o ITO ITD o n o a o D o n o IOC E have bought the Townscnd Grain Company out at this place and expect to be actively engaged at all times in the Grain Seed and Coal Business When you have Grain or Seed to sell see us J A Hutchison 30E30C we are making a special effort to keep Coal on hand but conditions are such that this is very near impossible When in town come in and see us Tulia Grain and Coal Go0 IOC TULIA TEXAS Saturday Feb 9th Phone 165 aonoc At J C FRYES WAREHOUSE 30QOBOC I H + + 4H I + MH J j 4 > > > > > > > iHMHH K 7 ft Moline Disc Harrow with truck 5300 Tomgue truck as aijjggjvfk 900 ITMolirie d Moliie 4 ra5 harrow T oO J Molirie 4 wheel Lister 60 00 Moline 2 Row LikieiA 12500 Moline 1 Row SlfcdiCultivator 2400 Moline 2 Row IiisteV Cultivator 6500 Moline 6 ft Grfcm Binder 15500 Moline 10S Doiible isc Grain Drill with pijdss wheels 11000 Moline 128 Double Disc Grain Drill yith i ss wheels 13000 Single disc drills 5 00 less...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 February 1918

M waif 1 li WANT ALL THE JXwa OF A LOCAL M300BTEE NATURE LL PHONE NO 202 jlumc 9 iON SERVICES IN HONOR I OF REV J R SHARP I The ninny friends of Row J R Slinrp ho has williiifj given liis Ufa nnil Mb irviccs to his country nnil will soon mvo u have ostecmod it a prlvilcgo 1 a pleasure to arrnngo for a union iico In honor of tlic gcntlcmnn In irthernnco of that Wen tlio following ogram will bo fiiinilcd noxt Sunday foiling February lOtli nt 730 oclock at tlio Baptist cliurcli There will bono services nt other churches and all fire conlinlly invitod to nttenil those exorcises Tlio crorcisos will bo presided over by Rov G 8 Wyntt Bong Ry Choir Prnyor Rov Gordon Barrott Song By Choir Offering for chnrlty Special Mcsdnmcs Stanford Mount ormon Ruv J R Slinrp Song By Choir Prayer Rev a J Ruth Spoclnl Song Horton Tracy Benediction Rev Wyntt Miss Ruby McSpnddeu left Inst Sat Jay to TCKiunn her studies nt Drnugh s Business Collego in Iort Worth ss McSpaddon expects to visit friends low days i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 February 1918

lOIER BUYS fiit BULLETS ONE 7AMP FILLS HI LL MA > iv BONO tiETb i uU Ar OF yoo hava n 1 lfl1 > our c Hm wont help win tha war oi Ri lot ef eeiwlee when invest e In thrift stamp nd war 4v ii t mcs iu t look aver tnt la The little bends are trar Ur In terme if o S < er equip rr it Hera how they taek up Thrift 8ttmp S Bullet < Wr Savings Stamp 1 Pair of Shi War Savings Stamps 2 Wooien frti t 1 War Savings Stamp 4 Winter Unt erihlrt 1 War Savlngi Stamp stel Hel tt and 1 12 over 1 i ir Savings Stamp 1 Shelter Ter aid ptrt payment on Overcoat Tioit quarters will do the Government lots of good And remember you are not giving them away but lending them at four per cen inerest compounded quarterly A single thrift stamp doesnt look Ten larse and the quarter It costs doesnt seem like it would count for very much but that thrift stamp mean five bullets for one of our kildft a ilp of cartridge theyll fill fie magaslne or bis rifle With U in he may save his life and the hei of two or ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 February 1918

Bn O 9a a n n u a a B a a a u a n a a S o Tiilin Texn 9All4iie ear TouWst Rates I Minenfl Wells Corpus Cnrisli H6bbardCity g andMarlin Texas g ISHSBHEBBBBBIKgiBKB I f w 8inir rl1 t alu ant it < ui il r I m stnuter than I hv lin In yeafy If vim lifter you can apr riTluto what It r < i to 1 rtronp and 1 1 i hi n Is of wo run 1 i > Cei ul tlil tK t i r Vr r > Loi i It ihould lur i Try CirduL At all vuu tlru U E73 The Womans Tonic f l iu ri1 I o 1 t > ltf 50 rr T id difference General Auctioneer For open dates soo or phono j C i La Priulo nt tho First National Bank Tulla Tulia Texas Wm F MILLER HEAL ESTATE AND INSUBANCE HENTAtibVLOANS HAPPY > TXAS Dennis Zimmermarin tajvyejl Tulia TeXas C F SJOGREN AUCTIONEER Kress Texas Farn > Sales a Specialty Phone or write me for Dates Dr W A Mojjow Over The FirstfNational Bank TKMUMIONKS OIUpo No C Hosidouco No 130 PUBLICITY OFFICE 00th DIVIBION Camp Travis Texas Wliou tho cilfjcil winds of ft Toxns northor swoop down on Camp T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 February 1918

THE TULIA HERALD ENOLEMAN OBEYAN Owners HARNETT OEItYAN Editor J Jl EUOLEMAN Publisher hI > mi t ipfinn SI OM IVr > rnr < l > < < > < < i nmlim education Wo hnvo tlo teachers trustees nnd pntrons coopcrntlnR to gctlicr Tlien why not have another InrRO well vontilatcd school building fnllv equipped with nil the modern np plinncos Truly this Is a subject worth considering Wo cannot afford to neglect this too long since our children will bo tho lo crs and sinco the growth of our town and community depends upon it Tl UA THXAS February Sth 1P1S Let the cry of 191S be A new school I building for Tulln OOOD BCIIOOL BUILDINGS I NECESSARY TO GOOD SCHOOLS THE HERALDS HONOR ROLL OF CASH SUBSCRIBERS Good sihools aro necessary to tho j growth and dcelopmcnt of any town j All of tho Heralds force oven tho nnd > ommnnlty j dovil arc proud of tho list of pleas Not only sri shools necessary to tho subscribers More especially dear educational developments of tho people t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 February 1918

y i Jft m K ft i I ir 4 V sir I LOCAL AND PERSONAL Cigars Qonulno CbjCcTColn and Can < Uos McOuno Drug jbp Mr Ij Klous In reported aa Improving from n Borlous attack of Ulnoss N li Bnll and family of Sllvorton visited rolntlvcs nt tills plnco tlio first of tlio wook Automobllo Painting nmNEOp Building RICHARDS PliAjSinW lira A I Copo la moving this week from Tulln to Locknoy llr and Mrs Harloy Baton moved tliiB wook to the I10U80 of Mrs IT A McCuno J AUTOMOBILE Vajntinc niCirAHDB P MNVIKW Mr nml Mm T 11 Stovcuson of Silvorton visited rolntivea hero Tuesday Judgo W P llcndrix returned last week from nn absence of several months In El Paso Misses Mary Childress and Ituth Hall nro among tho young pcoplo from Tulln who nro nttondlng tho Cnnyon Normal Rccolvcd a car eviulxedyhorso cow nnd hog feed TullnUiiwrt Coal CoP A Scott rcturnod this weok from n visit to Duma Toxns Ho reports having had n pleasant trip N C Wheeler of tho Iakoviow community was taken to Plain view this week for n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 February 1918

B a H n n n a a a a a n a a a a a a a n a a a a a it la tau taH B K B a a a a a a a a B a a a H a a a a a M M a a a a a a a a a B a a a n o B a B B B B H B B B B B a Bouquet Jeanice Talcum It brings to you tho i combinod odor of tho 3g v J iKi tho violet ttJDerpMj Oio heliotrope tho gcr raninm tho jasmino nnd other choice flowers nil of which are del v Mendel J Stindud Price ONE CAN This Sale TWO OANS41 Rexall Violet Talcum A powder that appeals to Indies and rhildron and ospoclally recommended to gentlemen to are after shaving 25c por Can Two Cans for 08c V Cascade Linen Pound Paper B B n H a a r a ttU tts a a a a a a a a a E B a B B B a Q B B B white Clar 0c Per Pound This Sale TWO FOE 41c Highest Grade Complexion Powders 75e Bouquet Jeanice Face Powder i 2 for 76c r AlaiiiuriidH Face Powder 2 for 61c i Violet Luke Face Powder 2 for 61c Tangara Fabric Stationery A wbrtc f ric finish writing paper with a narrow tmlcl Wdcr on both paper and emelopee Tho en eii < 1 ne tut and tho ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 February 1918

k h WHAT THE I REP CROS IS DOING AND WHAT YOU CAN DC fiftVVW A Mcinbcraln Humanity No bWiasiU OF DEVELOPMENT In tin Am i lean lied Cioss means service In the cause i ummn or cl11 BlouU1 nlnk u ° 8 ilon cna3u > Wan n R > < inemborahlp leu we pajmuii of 11 lmlrlltk AmuanH of tho Southwit who Julnod h 10 uio jjuuj t jurinft Chilslnian Week wo are calling for active AmerlKUi Kcd roi Ui n conunulloB Whore Ited Cross Chapter Ico moso of you Blrelldy xBt are irgei to affiliate youiselveh at one branches auxiliaries or ln Atrang0 l0 B > B 80mo part of each cn > to wltu your local or8lllltry f J0 wi1 nud tills aio a womnn you can k lit the service of your co ipiUci m tho makltlK of bome of tle thousand bow roll bantlageB irfimila of BUrGlcnl dressings which will be needed In sod hundreds of tlnjj uOVlnto tho BUffeilngs or our own men overwhelming quanllp lou can Buppoit If you are a man T kanter activities tho women In thulr c < chen tho lino nl and no help to sirenidlln i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 February 1918

ronaon o n o n o D o a o n o o a o + < + n o oca on noraorr ers Letter uy aosxon 301301 = aoooc = OE30E lonoc 30E30M 30E30o Implement Sale TDLIA TEXAS Saturday feb 9th 1918 At J C FRYES WAREHOUSE l 7 ft Moling Disc Harrow with truck 5300 Tonerue trpek as an extra 900 60 Tooth Moline drag harrow 1800 90 Tooth iJfoline drag harrow 2700 Moline 4 wheel Lister 6000 Maime2 B jLLi txn 12500 Moline 1 Row Sled Cultivator i00 Moline 2 Row Lister Cultivator 6500 Moline 6 ft Grain Binder 15500 Moline 10S Double Disc Grain Drill with press wheels 11000 Moline 1 8 Double Disc Grain Drill with nress wheels 13000 Singrle disc drills So00 less T G MandtNWajron 3 14x10 3 inch box brake 3x12 tires 111500 T G Mandt FaVm Trucks 3 14x10 brake 3x12 tires 6500 T G Mandt FarrnYTrucks 3 14x10 brake 3x12 tireSv with box 00000 ALL NEW GnO O D S STRICTLY CASH D o aonao LAND OWNEES ATTENTION NOTICE TO OWNEES OF DOGS We haveScveral prospective rlnrchas All owners of dogs in the city of is for SwiHbKjOunty la i...

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