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Apple Sauce
It came to pass one autumn day

Some very well known fruits
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With discord and disputes.

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Change in price of the

Reproductions of the
Bird Pictures in Colors

World's Great Paintings
After MAY 1, 1920, the price of the BIRD One Cent Size. 3x342. For 30 or more.
PICTURES IN COLORS will be

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Three Cents Each for 15 or more.

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Until May 1, you can buy these at

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SECOND GRADE

Second Grade. They are Sleeping Beauty,

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LANTERNS

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Founded 1873 by Henry B. Brown/
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