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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 September 1919

4 I p a 4r < T I L Hitan an II oq out SF 4m c n o n o w 8 TheS SOE30E IOEXOI o a o JE30 XOCXOE D o Q o D o 30E30I o a o 101 I0E30I aOESOE XOCXOE LIFT CORNS OR CALLUSES OFF Doesnt hurt Lift any corn or callus off with fincers Dont suitor A tiny bottlo of Froo zone costs but n fow cents nt any drug aonoc P T SKIPWORTH President W A GATES Vlco President J W SKIPWORTH Jr Cashier v FARMERS STATE BANK of Kress Guaranty Fund Bank Capital and Undivided Profits 2000000 our Banking Business Respectfully solici lace to Invest Your Earnings 30E30E IOE 30ESOE 30E30I 301 Army Shoes for Farm Wear TO carry a solcction of work shoos mado on the famous Munson Army Last the most comforUblo ovor designed Thoso shoos havo floxihlo soles and soft uppers mako you forget your feet when working In buallty thoyre unsurpassed Theyre the famous STAR BRAND AllLeather Shoes See us for anoe comfort and service Kress Texas TexasLINN BOTTS Wo Fit Your Teet aocxoi V A ECK Staple andsFancy Groceries Cold DrinksNot...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 September 1919

ffif > ii041B THE 7ULIA HERALD ENOLEMAN OBRYAN Owner BABNETT OBEVAN Editor J 8 ENOLEMAN Publisher Subscription S150 Per Year v Entered aa secondtlasa m II matter at the postofflce at Tulia Texas TULIA TKXAS HiPT 26 1 1I FRIDAY OCT 3 OTEANTJF DAY TOR TULIA ALL RESPOND Pursuant to tho fall of Mayor Meade F Oriflin quite a number of Tulias cltltens and business men met Monday night at the court house The Treat questions of Retting rid of the weeds and raking steps to nvoid a recurrence of the inflncnia epidemic were discussed Former cleanups were discussed ft was decided to name Friday September 3rd as CleanUp Day A motion voiced tho consensu of opinion that Mayor Griffin name a committee to have charge of the cleanup Mo r J L Cantrcll J M Slmpsou and A W Stcrncnberg viere named as such committee The Heralds entire force is for this cleanup day and likewise are ojur columns open for enlightening the people as to the seriousness of the situation confronting us All of our brain power ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 September 1919

4 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Read CitDlruc weeks Issuo Stores ail In this Dr A II Hays lins bought tho W A Donaldson rcsliloneo In West Tulin Your War Savings Stamps will prose good modlclno If lHncss conies want flio If you very latost and best In tho rnngo market got n Colos Hot Bloat llnngc V Jti fe < A fe I i i fJUdb Sifels > Lnt us make ytfqi New Top Blch ards Auto PalntlnfeNPlnlnvlow Dennis Zimmerman has bought Mrs Rnscocs residence In West Tnlln Swisher County Victory Fair Tulin Texas September 20th and 27th 1910 Wesley Hood and I L Shearer huvo noceplcd positions nt Itlce Ilnrl ir Shop FOR SALE Ono 10 liSt Superior Urlllj In good shape UlK IjANE Tulla Texas 3S 3p X M1 Oortie Hutchison loft Tuesday When In ucoHfof beveled glass for for All8 whoro e w cn your nuto seo thbiMaho Auto Painting tcr tll0 stnlo Unlvcty Trimming Co 32tfc I Ihone In locals to The Itcrnld your Mr and Mrs John 10ft the are proud Wo nr0 nlway9 imng to tll0 paronts of a flno daughter born Sntur day night So...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 September 1919

VUBS FAinY OAZAWAY Editor 1U mxz THE HAPPY IDEA Rockers Refrigerator Dishes Shades Kitchen Cabinet Cook Stove Round Oak Heater Oil Stove Linoleum Kitchen vessels TERMS CASH HAPPY TEXAS SEPT 20 1010 WILL SELL THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT MRS RASCOES RESIDENCE IN WEST TULIA ON Saturday October 4th Beginning at 2 oClock p m 3 Beds Mattresses Springs Table Dressers 2 Machines Chests Mattings Rugs Dining Table 6 Chairs J A Hutchison Owner L M WOODARD Auctioneer aBout smokes Prince Albert TALfK isgeared to a joyhandout standard thatjust lavishes smokehappiness on every man garrie enough to riake a bee line for a tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe old or new 1 Get it straight that what youve hankered for in pipe or cigarette makins smokes youll find aplenty in P A Thats because P A has the quality You cant any more make Prince Albert bite your tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse drink when hes off the water I Bite and parch are cutout by our exclusive ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 September 1919

JT k i r i IV itf Wouldn t you enjc iy one for dinner thick arid juicy broiled to a turnwth rich brown gravy Easiest thing in the world vith C HOT COLES BLAST o The Tulin Herald will make CLUBBING RATES to our subscribers Tor any newspaper or nvigaztic WEEKLY nNANOTAL KBVIfiW Pioparod for the Tnlla Benld by tilt First National Bank St Louis MlsionrL Ah nnnlynis mailo by tho Sliipplng llonnl of cominerep carried In vosselj 1 under control of tho board lias just i been nindo public During tlio montli of June tho month soloctcil for tho inquiry 293 frolghtors left American ports enrryiug 1177444 tons of cargo During tho ontlro yoar of 1014 total i valuo of domestic oxports carried in 1 American ships was 100035001 In I tho name year foreign vessels carried out American shipments valued at 1 1801715681 or 013 per cent of our en tire export trade for tlio year Tho Shipping Roords analysts shows that in Itiue 1910 American vessels carried domestic exports valued at 208223502 or In olio mo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 September 1919

THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford One Ton Truck is serving business just as faithfully and economically as does the Ford Touring Car serve all the people faithfully and economically The Ford Truck is a necessity to the grocer both in delivering goods and in bringing goods from the stations docks and from the country It is an ideal motor car because there isnt a want of he arjncr or business man that it doesnt supply in tncAvay of quick transportation at a minimum expense Come in examine the Truck and let us talk over the subject Ford Garage rei Condition ol EeserTe DIslrlet No n No 6298 Report o THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Tulia in the State of Texas at the close of business on September 121919 RESOURCES 3L a Loans and discounts including rediscounts except i < those shown in b and ti H00OL41 Total loans 400901 I Deduct d Notes and bills rediscounts other than bank ae iptanres sold see Item G5a 7500265 32439567 2 Overdrafts secured 2304002 unsecured S 23040C2 B TJ S Government Securities...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 September 1919

Vr o n o D o XOE30I A FOOL TRICK In times of High Prices when we are all puzzling over the High Cost of Living its a Fool Trick to buy blindly and without comparison of Prices and Values We advise the greatest care in this respect a thorough comparison of Quality and Prices for w know that careful buying means business iqr us The Tulia Grocery Co roaoc aocaor 30EIOE 30E30I Announcing the Sale of The TEXAN 377 H P AUTOMOBILE Touring or Roadster 1250 34 Ton delivery 1200 1 12 Ton Truckcomplete with any ohe6f five style bodies 1525 All prices F Q B Fort Worth Texas For quick deivlery see me at once L H SUGGS at City Drug Store aoi tonoc XOEXOI 30E3Q O D o 10E30 i t BABY DAYS SOON PASS Dont negect to have that picture made See MRS REX RODGERS AtJMLoine Studio East of Herald office M it J J f J if J A A AAA A A AA AAA AAAAAAAA AAAA A A A A A AAA A AAA AAA A A A A The Tulia Herald will make CLUBBING RATES to our subscribers for any newspaper or magazine J w f CEirrrN MAJOE MEADE F OBQTIH ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 September 1919

In fields where plowing is tfifiicult tough or baked soil stiff grades etc this Case 1527vKeroscnc Tractor will pull 3 lows easily Where conditions are favorable this tractor can pull 4 plows So it is a favorite on the average farm M is neither too large nor too small In additiono its field work it is designed K < for belt work having the pullev properly placed It will drive a Case 26x46 Thresher equipped with feeder and wind stcckcr or other machines requiring similar power The Case 1527 lias abundant reserve power While rated at 15 horsepower oil the drawbar it can deliver more thai IB 30naoE = i > > KEROSENE TOCQP5 The Herald is prepared and equipped to do correct job printing like 70a want it Dont end your nest order away bnt give your borne institution a chance to print it You work for your dollars Make your dollars work for yon Buy W8S r30 < 20E30E 30EXOE horscpowr kilc r iJ > 27 en the belt it can dcltv r 33 hcrscpov zr ft h ever ready sr hordes jotj It itvcsr ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 October 1919

t f Volume 10 FREE BARBSCUE AT HAPPY OIL WELL SATURDAY OCT 4 Tho Horald is in receipt o n lolo gram advising us that tlio Happy Oil Qns Company will glvo a frco bar boduo on Saturday Octobor 4tli at their well southwest of Happy Good music and plenty to cat and drinU frco to ovcryono is aasurod Everybody is cor YOU will find here a most complete stock of such hardware as cnlers into ihe preparation of food cooking baking preserving etc Whatever your particular needs may be we can srilisfy you thoroughly both as to quality and price A visit to our store may suggest to you some welcome convenience Come in and look around We will gladly offer ideas If you buy it from us its worth the price Mens Toiiet BflWW McCUNE DRUG CO WC THIRD RED CROSS ROLL CALL NOVEMBER 11 1919 OF COURSE ALL SWISHER COUNTIANS WILL JOIN MAKE YOUR PLANS TO AH TUB 3rd RED CROSS ROLL CALL TOR MEMBERS TO BE IK NOV 1010 dially invited to bo prcsont and bo the Companys guests on tlint day Rov Attlcus Webb of Dallas supe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 October 1919

BHHHEBnHHBHBUKsnsBaannBnHaaansnHBHfflHHnHntKantBHffiHHEBSH aHnKHtnB M B H H B K Face Powders A good face powder wifKmojfectyour complexion against the ef fects of sunlight heat wind nd other atmospheric influence will sooth irritation and itchingN The most important thing toaSvoman is that complexion counter acts shine reddiness sunburn ran freckles and other blemishes The powders that we reconunend and guarantee are riot injurious in any way and will not clog the pores and will cling to the skin Jonteel 50c Bouquet Ramee 100 Violet Dulce 50c Haimony 35c All these powders in three different tints Brunette Flesh White CR AWFORD PHARMA cT Phone 39 DODSON TELLS THE HORROR OF CALOMEL Yon Dont Need to Sicken Gripe or Salivate Yourself to Start Liver Youre bilious sluggish constipated You feel headachy your otomach maybe sour your breath bad your skin bbIIow and you believe you need vile dangerous calomel to start liver and bowels Heros my guarantee Ask your druggist for a bottle of Dodso...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 October 1919

V I r J r V O n o tpaoc n o n c n o XOEXOE xoexoe X0E30I Q o D o D o XOEXOt SOEXOE XOEIOE 30EIOI 30E30E tl 30E30E 4th t tjiDle Prices tn a I XOE LIFT OFF RNS SOEXOI Apply few dropsthen lift sore touchy co off with yhcers DoeBut hurt a bill Drop a llttlo Froozono en nn aching corn Instantly that corn itops hurting thon you lift It right ou t Yos magic A tiny bpttlo of Froczono costs but a few conts nt any drug store but is sufficient tq romovo every hard corn JL jl JL > M d J J Business Respectfully The Safest Place to Invest Your Earnings 9 lonot X0E30E XOEIOE XOEIOE 30EXOX 30E30 Army Shoes for Farm Wear WCcarry a selection of work shoes rnado on tho famous Munson Army Xast tho most comfortaljlo ovor do slgnod Thcso shoes havo floilblo solos and soft uppers malco you forgot your foot when working In buallty theyre unsurpassed Theyre tho famous STAR BRAND AllLeather Shoes Sco us for shoo comfort and service LINN BOTTS Kress Texas Wo Fit Your Foot SOEXOE XOEXOE aoi SOEXOE SOEXOE V ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 October 1919

HI Subscription 150 Per Year Entered as seeondelass mail matter at the postoffice at Tulia Texas TlLIA TEXAS OCTOBER 3 1019 Mr and Mrs S P Florcs returned Monday morning to Spurlock near whxh place they hae extensive ranch and entile interests T1IE COVENANT OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS With a Masterly explanation In WHY WE FOUGHT by Captain Thomas G Chamberlain Foreword by ExPresident Taft Mailed to any address upon receipt of 25c to cover costs by the LEAGUE TO EN FOKCE PEACE 130 W 42nd St New York s Hate opened the Moine Studio east of the Herald office Sco my photographic display in Mr Wares office at the court bouse during the Swisher County Fair MRS REX RODGERS Plenty of Reserve Power Case 1018 Kerosene Tractor can easily THIS a twobottom plow 7 to 8 inches deep Oran 8foot binder a 22shoe grain drill a 5 section spiketooth harrow an 8foot double action disc harrow or a large manure spreader On the road it draws from 5 to 10 tons depending on grades And footing It will drive a Case ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 October 1919

r 4f B LOCAL AND PERSONAL Soo ilio Now T UXAN nt tho lord Qnrngc Itcad City Drug Stores ml In this O weeks issilo Hato you plncoil your bill on tlio TUKITAN for Sntunlny Your War Savings Stamps will provo good modlclno if illness comes Mr nml Mrs Fred Gromer nnd child rcn wcro in Cnnyon Sunday vieltlng with Win Helming nnd family I LOST Hub Cup from Ohlsmobllo car Howard for return toI ID CltAWlOKIL Tulla Texas 10tfc1 I Fivo oclock Katrirday Is tlio Inst mlnuto you can buYon the PUIUTAN PlionogrnpU at the City Drug Store Mrs It Ii House nnd daughter Hcli en of Denver Colorado nro visiting In tho homo of Mr and Mrs W II Hates j i I Our Hemstitching Machlno has nr ilvod Wo nro now prepared to do your work HI STYLI1 MILLINERY COMPANY BABY DAYS SOONPASSI Dont noglcct to have that plcturo made Sco Mrs Hex Kodgors ntlMolno Studio oast of tho Herald office Mrs J H Goc of Kempner returned Tuesday to her homo after spondlng a couplo of weeks inTulla visiting with lier son T H Gee nnd family ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 October 1919

M18bv r1tffl AW W Editor antrpJJ HATTY TUXAS OCTOBER 3 HUD Come Home to Real Heal an Big Fuel Economy What a satisfaction to get next to real heat after that cold trip home No more fruitless hugging a radiator jv seal the doom of extravagant fw Sfes High prices ffitefe fuel wasting heating plants If you want a per MM heated home and greatly reduced fectly Vtfe f Coles fuei tnis will invest in you pigiffial tfaiia w vV nt fc t BURNS CHEAFES v > L AKD BRIGHT I s > Ho i < JZpyof Cord Most Economical Wear life service mileage st t comfort These are the things that count in a tire These are exactly what you get in United States Tires general allround tire satisfaction This greater total of tire We Know United States Tires are DIMMITT GARAGE DIMMITT TEXAS J ML TRUNNELL TULIA TBXAB values means greater economy less cost of maintenance less repairs and depreciation Car owners who do their own thinking prefer United States Tires Their merit is recognized everywhere We have them a ty...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 October 1919

W 4f fir o I o o D o D o n o Z0E30E A FOOL TRICK In times of High Prices when we are all puzzling over the High Cost of Living its a Fool Trick to buy blindly and without comparison of Prices and Values We advise the greatest care in this respect a thorough comparison of Quality and Prices for we know that careful buying means business for us I i i 1 1 1 I The Tulia Grocery Co XOE30C 30E30E Sunday school at 10 a in Preaching nt 11 n m nnd S p Sunbcnm Band nt 2 p in Sonior B Y P U nt 7 p in 30E30I Trnyer meeting Wednesday at 8 p m CORDON BARRETT Pastor + W F GRIFFIN 25S2i > aocsot Announcing the Sale of The TEXAN 377 H > P AUTOMOBILE Touring or Roadster 1250 34 Ton deliveuy 1200 1 12 Ton Truck complete with any one of five style bodies 1525 All prices F O B Fort Worth Texas For quick deivlery see me at once L H SUGGS at City Drug Store IOE30E 30E30I aox X0E30 n o IOEXO THE BAPTIST CHURCH This noWBpnpcr will bo glad to print ANNOUNCEMENTSinteresting items concerning tho dolnga i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 October 1919

TULIA TEXAS Ribbon Service Shoes deserve their distinction dges who declare thorn the best eir class are the men vho wear ibhon Service Shoes please when you first put them on because they are so comfortable The longer you wear them the ivioe they please you not only because of their comfort but because of their durability also Made of honest leather over the Mun son Army Last the last selected by tho Government for U S Army Shoe3 Blue Ribbon Service Shoes are made in Tan and Black leathern with light medium and heavy boles to suit working condition Complete lines of shoes for men women nnd children always in stock at ruuconublu prices CANTRELL SHOWS THETDLIAPRODUCE West of Postoflice Kansas City Stock YnrK Sept 29th lfllil Liberal receipts of oattlo met i ready demnBd today at steady price Hogs opened steady and clo ed a shnili lower Slieep were 25 to 50 cents higher witli top lambs 1525 and feeder 1250 Itiot conditions in Omaha and a declaration of martial law there unsettled that...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 October 1919

K w Volume 10 WOMANS MISSIONARY SOCIETY Tlio Womnus Missionary Society of tho Christian Church bold a very interesting meeting at tlio Church Wednesday October 1st A splendid program was rendered and n nhtrt business meeting was hold A report was given for tho yoar ending September 30th Tlio members learn ed that they had gone ever tho top in every lino o work They voted to give an extra gift of 4500 this year They also voted to svo their annual Christians bnznnr sometime during tho month of December REPORTER T3 0 Barks mid famly arc now comfortably domiciled in tlio Bates residence in North Tulia Ifyolx buy it from m us its worth the price jR or ScottTracy Hardware Co Sister Says I likej candy I like it best when I get the kind I go for and see it put into the package fresh and clean from the showcase We also know that we cannot be too particular about the candy we sell and the way we keep it So sister shows goodmidgment in coming here to make her purchases Chocolates and Bon Bons ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 October 1919

will take MltB ERNEST WHITE Editor John Deere GoDevil John Deere Disk Sulkey Plow Tworow Planter T E PONDER Owner Happy Texas Adams McCrerey Wm F Miller Wayside Tex Auc i appy Texas Clerk isxMihl usMitftotisVin 1 10 if thc pliiutiiin will HAPPY TEXAS OCTODEIt 10 1919 PUBLICSALE IN ORDER TO BEDUOE OUR STOCK WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE 0 0 RANCH 12 MILES SOUTHEAST Or CANYON TEXA8 10 MILES NORTHEAST OF 1IAPPY TEXAS AND 26 MILES SOUTH OP AMARILLO TEXTS ON Thursday October 16 1919 COMMENCING AT 10 OCLOCK A M THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY 50 HEAD OF HORSES Consisting of Draft Mores Gelding Saddle Horses all of which are high bred stock and useful animals No Culls 60 HEAD OP MULES All of which are broke or will be by Sale Day Matched Paint of all colors and sixes Several promising yearlings 2 year olds and weanlings 2000 HEAD OF SHEEP Sheep of all ages up to 5 years old Weather Lambs Ram Lambs Ewe Lambs Yearling Weathers Yearling Ewes etc Breeding of flock via BambanettelCots wold Cross...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 October 1919

w m 38 > jJi IOC + + + 4 + + + + + W F GRIFFIN A FOOL TRICK In times of High Prices when we are all puzzling over the High Cost ofXiving its a Fool Trick toNbuy blindlyimd without comparison of Prices and Values X We advise the greatest care in this respect a thoroughcomparison bf Quality and Prices for we know that careful buying means business for us IOE30I aocaot aoxaoc Announcing the Sale of The TEXAN 377 H P AUTOMOBILE Touring or Roadster 1250 34 Ton delivery 1200 1 12 Ton Truck complete with any one of five style bodies 51525 All prices F O B Fort Worth Texas For quick deivlery see me at once L H SUGGS at City Drug Store 30HOE 301 each week in the hall over the Toil Bank Trait Co Ifemben urged to be preient and visiting Bavereigni are always welcome J O BAB8 0 0 N JONES Clerk aor aoi aioi TOXB OAMP NO 1028 W O w j CULTON TAYLOR Regular meeting night Tne d y of LAWYERS Tulia Texas Subscriptions taken at publishers price Flynt v BABY DAYS SOON PASS Dont neglect to have thatpi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 October 1919

4 4X 4X 4 4 4 4 4 X 4 > t X 4 4X 4i i 4X 4X 4X 4X 4X 4 THE TULIA HERALD TVOIXVLKX U OEEYAN Otroers JiAEWETT OBEYAN Editor I H EKOLEMAN PofclUbtr Sabscrlpttsn M Per Year ZnUlti u icoo < JcUu Dili nitUf it tti potlofflc it Tolls Texas TdlA TEX A onoisBiI ll l jy l Jfrtkll u prooi of Air worthy < < p pl < o are industriously fiux thru studies lit > oll < ge and uhtvfB l This week Hf beg to r We Call Especial Attention to Our READY TO WEAR DEPARTMENT We are showing as complete a line of medium priced ReadytoWear for Ladies and Children as you will find anywhere on the Plains Ladies Coats in Plush and Cloth priced from 31000 to 7500 The Suits are in the popular materials such as Serges Poplins Velours and Silvertones Prices range from 2000 to 7500 EXTRA SPECIAL Best Table Oil Cloth 40c < EXTRA SPECIAL GobA Overalls at 195 i it i EXTRA SPECIAL Good Outing solid colors for only 23c SILKS AND SATINS in the Popular Colors If it is Georgette or Crepe de Chine you want ...

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