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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 March 1920

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 March 1920

Lfc 1 s I s v t t n it li I I rf rtt fi > t it i ti i i tl i I in ti Pi ii ti > l Itlll I trtl i yt > t i t < THE TULIA HERALD 5W01RMAN K OilllYAN Owiior KAHNUTT OHItVAN Eilitor J 8 liNOLGMAN Piibltnhor SulutcrlpUoii SI60 Tor Ynnr Huttjroil iih neroml clntti mall mutter At thn jiOHtolTiiti itt Tulia Toxni I M I V 1 t AK MAICCM I ti tin li r v rtititi nt i ii I 1 I i I ill in i i it I I I I it II f Imtn tins 11mt tl t rh > i I i i i l > I tin > lull t I II Unit nil c i i i i i rs il I I i It u i i i ti I i 1 1 In Is I t I i 1 II I 1 1 1 1 It II I IV h I I i I ri s II is Ht i II vsili I it I I tl tt 11 I t II I I V I I I tit itt i t tt I I I I K 1 sit t i tii irli i i t t in tl I t l isl 1111 i v ti hV r Ivso Hutu i tin km I tit I I i il In I Inill r Mr llrsl i l i Hun tn I I s i I Vr K iil li It Ii irili l > l thin iti l f I > 11 trliit t ft t v tr I ti I i i II hit i I r i ti i I si I i IrHW i I t I lit I r I w ill i jh r i i v ttt i tt i t i tni I I irl I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 March 1920

r j 31 m V < > n < > r < VtluOat 11 JJW k Sir f TTJUA KBUMIKSW SCHOOL PLANT Frew report state that Calxert Tex an lias just completed tv modern high school building containing eighteen ctasn rooms a large auditorium and a study hall No doubt this building will bn equipped with the best of facilities for teaching the subjects most needed by the pupils Another report give our neighboring plains town Lnmesa Texas as recently voting 15000000 in bonds for the purpose of constructing publtc school buildings Lamesa is to be compliment edhThls makes the town more desirable as a place to live No town needs a good school plant much more than Tulta The buildings wo have do not accommodate the stu dents Some of nur rooms are overcrowded We have practically no auditorium All public meetings of the school must go to thq court house which is unsatisfactory to the school as well ns to the county officials All of our science apparatus is jimmied inta me small class room and nil scienc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 March 1920

fl ip t fyf h wt Home Building is one of the factors in character building You cannot be a free man with rent day constantly looming ahead Build you a home buy your material from i Uk J VA > ROCKWELL BROS CO Tulia Texas i aioi lM l FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE INSURANCE Before your home btirm Is the right time to insure An Insurance polIcy wont prerent a fire but it will make good the Iom Be wise Insure CULTON TAYLOR Agau Cantrell k Shown BldK Tiilia Toxon Telephone Mo 139 Convenient Air UNIFORM nir pressure in your tires means uniform wear from llicm Keep your tires well filled Make it a practice to stop lierc at frequent intervals Test lie air pressure in your tires and use the conveniences we have provided for pumping ir into them This service is free Our Policy of Service The same good will to you and desire or good will from you as prompts us in this service also inspires us in every service we render We want you to feel free to use every service knowing that where it is necessary to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 March 1920

fWfttcfc tmtufm t LOCAL AND PCMONAIj I le MM TKS ftttAU mftfJt 7 Tay your subscription before Match 311 and save 50 cents When in need < Fancy or Staple Groceries sec us RAMSEY k HONEA Tiilis Texas 49tfe W T Townsettd 1 hustling hu < inc s man of Happy was attending to inert ne < s matters in Tulii Tuosdny ROUS KOK SETWWThi full bond stTcln that lays jr4 > per ettiiic fit 15 A P Martin T ltti Texasll4p TritRpM 1 It Crawford loft Wcdnes duly morning fur a business trip of a week or ten days to points on the north pjnitu POW SALE Pour > bnd China giitn weight about ITS pftitqds each Prise 2750 each W ljoh SON Tulin Toms Klp Mrs It E Leonard of Mt Bin no a returned Friday to her home after spending n week in Tulln visiting with her parents Judge and Mrs V S Turn linson MLis Louise Tomlinson has been most efficiently acting as receiving teller it the Kirst National Bank this week during the absence of Cashier W H Donaldson NOTICE Registered lVlandChinn hog for service orK...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 March 1920

fh AWiW ii 3 > 7 f Ht Home Building BROS CO Tulia Texas ia i FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE INSURANCE Before your home burnn In the rlijht time to Inimre An limiuatiie policy wont prerant a nte but It will make Rood the low B win Inairr CULTON TAYLOR Ag u OantraU fc Shown Bltlg Tulia Texan Telephone No 130 is one of the factors in character building You cannot be a free man with rent day constantly looming ahead ul Build you a home buy your material Z froni ROCKWEL Convenient Air UNIFORM air pressure in your tires means uniform wear from llicm Keep your tires well filled Make it a practice to stop here at frequent intervals Test the air pressure in your tires ami use the conveniences we have provided for pumping air into them This service is free Our Policy of Service Tlic same goodwill to you and desire or good will from you at prompts us in this service also inspires us in every service we render Wc want you to feel free to use every service knowing that where it is necessary to place a c...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 March 1920

te I l L m LOCAL AMI fCMONAL Wtttli FOR KALK a Diiroi bonr si a 4 THS klay rout subscription before March 31 t and save 50 cents Wnen in nwd Tmcy or Staple Groceries we jiRA t8EY A HONEA TttHa Texas 49tfc W T Townsend a htnttlnc l nvttie5 man of Happy was attending to buii ncM mntter in Tulln Tue nla RCHI8 FOR 8Bto 5 The foil hood trein that t iy i y V per ettini uf 15 A P Martin Ttitiu Texnvlllit l > ruigUt 1 > B Crawford li ft Wodnes drfy morning for a limine trip o n teeek or ten day to point on the north plains OR tSAlK Four > i Lihd China pit weight about ITS i m > nd eneh Pme 2750 oaeh W l1ohiNSON Tulln Toxin aj Mrs H K l < eonard of Mt Blinrit returned Friday to her home after spending a week in Tulin viting with her parents Judge and Mrs V S Tout Union ML Louise Tomllnson has been mot efficiently acting as receiving teller at the First National Bank this week during the absence of Cnnhler W II Donaldson NOTICE Registered l olandOhinn state hog for service orK ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 March 1920

P f 1S 1 I < L > if 1 j f 1 7j For Sale 1 On food fourgallon Jersey Milch Cow I Three 1Row GoDevils practically new 2500 each FFIN i fc Mt j tlW i S Two 2Row Case Litters 10000 each a m a m W F m i I a a z itn MIOM ll lHHa MI flip I in owe Tut i < < I 1t Ioni I i v all girt enough ti rr sih without thinking f tin Inoiii Tax Lets ui vol iickv nvoijuii ro ham to iAv incomi taai iron ore ii in inber of the League luckl the > i no v and got Iho thing u1 Uwk 0 t lhlc ° r over It Is aoiiuithlng weve got to do the gang wnltlng for mlmtailon mid Itn iw fto Iflh ftliurpoii the fnltli < irling their IicihIh off to reach your fit old pern II iiml grill that liu nine lax inark Then you will omit thu griintw blank In nn hour nr leu the thing vvlll nnd i lie rfiillv flit your roturn ami ho ilone 1 1iiv up THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Model T Ote Ton Truck wan the first low pticc truck to cirry tic wormdrive that ttetnendous power delivcrinij mechanism had previously hccii nit exc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 March 1920

i i n o a o n c Vsiji FARMERS STATE BANK of Kress Guaranty Fund Bank Capital and UndividecaProfito 2000000 Your Banking Busings Respectfully solicited X The Safest Place toInvest Your Earnings MSMBHBMSNSaBBi J P Linn HOaOE = aBB HO f D I If In Need Of FARM MACHINERY of any kind we will be glad to figure with you Can supply yourneejis with either the EMERSONBRANTINGHAM B F AVERY Lines of Implements lit LINN BOTTS Kress Texas W G Botts onocsssaaBonoEsssssaoi V AByfeCK Staple and Fancy Groceries NOTIONS OET MY PEI0E8 BjftOEE BUYING ELSEWHERE Postoflice Building Phone 42 or iQPQgasa Xobioe nnoB IOC aoi tOE IOE IOE SOI IOC We are in the market foij ll your row crop heads Bring them in md get a good price for them TH NK YOU Your past years business is what we wish to thank you for We are also aftfer your 1920 business COBB GRAIN CO Phone No 14 Kress Texa > LIFT OFkCORNSi Apply tew dron i < rAen lift sore Doesnt hurt a bitl Drop a littla Frrezone on an aching corn imtantly lhat corn ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 March 1920

if nubertf Topic Tli < ou Imbor Hecoimtruetlnh Wnril ll > iiim No 711 Discussion liibnr > Wa AmoriiMi Mm 1 IdllIH inlli juur u vu euiiiiininlly Mti Hwopslnn IruvoriThnt there inn v nrlHo every whore thinuihtiiit our Imiil u h iiipnlhotii appreciation and under htnndliiir between llu ureal foieil oft iitnl inn labor tlmt li > ielhir thovinuv strive for lie final brotherhood of ill men Mrs Willnlt Now I ltiniil frliMnli in Ktirupo Mm rivnt ltiiiiiiili < tiini iiiiiiTii l > NOTIOK TO 1UHIIC Qi All imrioiiH IntircntiM in u minimum Hip > fur noiitiii iiml mliluri Unit will Hliurtly In mi1 Into oporiitiiin in Tosus liii invited tu tin it mil itntttwiilo Imnr iiiC to hi liold In tlin Hiuuti CIiuiiiImt lit Austin Mnrcli intli llitli 17tli mid ISth innliiHlvti Tlin Iniliiotrlitl Wclfuni oiiiihIhsIoii ireitiil liy tint Jltilli lvumliitiiri lini lifm i > lMii piiVMr to tnviitl iitf tin1 mit of living iiml odtnbllHti A iiiiiiliinim woven to lie pnld wtmum iitnl mlnori ii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 March 1920

fcftJ L v rP LJV V l m 11 J p a wmAm ahkouhcm fob ooanmnomn rmaontoT mo Mr W A Spear of Vigo Park wu esteemed visitor In the Herald office Tacaday afternoon Acting i < ow the requests and earnest solicitation of hit friends Mr Spear has consent oil to allow his inline to he presented as a crtdidutu for ihu olhce ot County Commissioner Precinct No 2 of Swisher County subject to the netion of the Democratic primary Mr Spear has been a citizen of Swisher County for the past twelve years He moved hero from Indiana wbcru he was numbered among the best farmers of that section Settling in tho northeastern portion of Swisher County ho has continuously made that hia home and has proven liia ability as n farmer Not only lias Mr Spenr prqven himself a successful fanner but he bus proven his worth in other ways He has been instrumental in promoting the public school in hia section and has ever been for its best interests Mr Spear is also booster for good roads Coming from a sMite where they ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 March 1920

H k v yn4tt MfM I MM BftNttT WHITE Editor 11 vor Trfno tonight lleruViny guarantee Go to any drug stme anil gel a bottlo of Pmlstiu I i it 1 iJim fur ft feivvmils Take ii si iMul mul if it lotint straighten i u tight up tmi make you feel film and in J > < > t < K to tin toro anil got i i i i Hudsons I i i r Tone 1 tfn > n in nt o 1 bo < mire it i in m > t siiliut or italic on si SU Now Ttioj Can Wrlto Mi titr nil of hogsbontl of lull I I ii1 hi cimlitiT mi pens 3000 Iwul jh u il mil ulnt i HiHi mul erasers t n Ilk nmU m ii little hearts i i I r in i < Si rlnii I M ii i itu > lii r gilt t tti lnl Iron of Hi rKVi from tin more furtiiii l A merlin The 1 ii Kiil Irii iti < iilii ri tin in ti l i Kiil m lii i < liti rt Ti < I < t iii it ii Tuii t tunit fur i I ruling m III measuring I iiiI tiitturii i ilio i n < nil1 I Hi Ii tsi Mtnli i NOTICE SHKUJFFS SALE PI HI iti of IVvis County of 3uisln r Uv virtue of nn Order of Sale issued out of tlm Hono...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 March 1920

r > 5jtT lw OS Jff A vi i 8i Seeds for the Garden Field V a car load lot Intubate Broader stock lrice List free WBWtLY FXNANOIAX MVUBW I ITefared for The Toll Herald by the of imports c trads for lr t > SEEDS PLANTS BRADLEY YAM SEED 8WKET VOTATOE8 J c LB IfWi Gobbler k Triumph Irish rotator 7 e lb Progrcmive UTereeatlng 8tra wherry plant tSO pet 100 post paid QiMt Rhubarb i < 0o Rosen llorse radish and Asparagus Frost proof cabbage and Hern 5V Dorm onion ylsnts4V per 100 post paid 1oultty supplies in quantities to and every fisturefor Uiem in C E WHITE SEED CO Plainview Tex THE HOMEBAKERY E Johnson Prop I have recently puiphased the Home Bakery and wish toive all old customers as well as the new < 3nesan invitation to trade with me powerful influence present situation GRAB IT DONT MISS IT J our favorable balance of anuarv was Jo7000000 which compares xx ith JKOO000000 in December and JJifiOOOOOO in October Flirt National Bank In St Louis TIL settlement readied in our tra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 March 1920

lfP 7WTOW v ff r ff s v ytrM > VS f V Aw mmW if IrH I 4j ifclw iAy jjr ne E a m a a H U M MUBHUMHKI I Special lot of womens Spring Coats long and short prices range from 4500 to 1800 Womens Spring Coat Suits in the new styles and weaves MENS SUITS Kuppenheimer Suits for men also Spero Micheal We have a complete line of sizes in serges and fancy weaves at prices from 1000 to 1500 less than you can buy elsewhere BOY SUITS Hurcules and Mothers Favorite sizes 6 to 20 assorted colors hard and soft finished worsteds price 1500 to 2000 HATS AND CAPS Stetson and Mallory Hats all styles and colors quality unexcelled priced right SILK SHIRTS A wide variety Crepes and Tub Silks NEW TIES All Silk assorted colors and prices DOUGLAS SHOES FOR MEN Black tan and mahogany English and straight last i rititi I I I U h i IX im li Dun t < iilitr in 1 > mi i Pi il i nun In tin t Id hlli ii li lit of llllilu llltlrtli ttOII Ml sill III litHi tu li i II In tin II rlliiul i Tin iitiull rolutlli Hur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 March 1920

imblinhvd practically nil the nowx re latinp to the war activities ou a d in 8BV 15 i > 1 I In fields where plowing is difficult tqugh tori baked soil stiff grades etc this Ca e 11527iKerosene Tractor will pull 3 plows easily Where conditions are favorable this itractor can pull 4 plows I JSoit is a favorite on the average farm Mi 5 ijsTneithcr too large nor too small y In addition to its field work it is designed rforbelt work having the pulley properly placed It will drive a Case 2Gx46 Thresher equipped with feeder and wind stackeror other machines requiring similar power Thef Case 1527 has abundant reserve power While rated at 15Nhorscpowcr on thedrawbarit can deliver more than 18 ft Ssr JKSiSrSUSF JtEROSENi County School Superintendents Conrsos Courses especially designed for u pcrintcntlents of county iivhnoh will Pulls 3 or 4 Plows trarTt > r i horsepower While rated at 27 on the belt it can deliver Z3 horsepower It is ever ready for the hardest jobs It never tires j a i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 March 1920

H i > T I f < 4l laHkttM iter mw member In Delta BtfiM Htm honorary public pekfng fraternity of Ike Untvcr ity of Teut wa held March The men initiated m L T Howey of Abilene Albert Sidney Johnson nf Corslcana Wayne llnwrll < of Cnr lonnnj V R Duffy of the Extension Department of Hit Ualvmity JjV j fl A x n mb waak la iMk TfasK 0 Vjk aa Aaaaaaa at alway wte fa > 1 oBAheC C 8 C QRAHAM Clark Home Building is one of the factors in character building You cannot be a free man with rent day constantly looming ahead Build you a home buj your material from L ROCKWELL BROS CO Tulia Texas IOE FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE INSURANCE Before your home biirnn 1b the right time to Insure An Insurance polIcy wont prevent a lire hut It will mako Rood tho Iom B wtae insure B CULTON TAYLOR Agonu CantreU Hhowe Bldg Tulla Texas Telepbono No 139 Convenient Air n UNIFORM air pressure in your tires menus uniform wear from tlicm Keep your tires well filled Make it a practice to stop here at frequent interv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 March 1920

V LOCAL Aim raaWAi WM fA 1 04TKB ffterlff R O Porter wwi in Austin Ink k on official bunlncs p P jr your subscription before March 31 it ma A mvo 60 cents G t prices forVrmir pjrgs and poultry irom O Iluxfoi < t > efore you sell D B Crawford returned home Thurs < Uy fro a business trip to Fort Worth NOT1CK Will han l testable plait again this aA on A KIL CBKA8K TUlit Texsi V aSy Mr and Mrs E O Barks and little daughter lennli Frances were visiting in Plalnxlcw Sunday O lluxfunl i pacing the highest market prices furpoultry and eggs fke him before yotise1l Mrs Charley Cochran of Amurillo was in Ttilin this week visiting with her parents Mr and Mrs T A ft ray Mr Jim Tracy and son of Mountain View Oklahoma visited in Tiilin last week with Mr Tracys mother Mrs M K Tracy E008 FOR SCTTIXO Full blood White LvKhnrn Eggs JiiO per setting of 15 The strain thai lays A l MARTIN Tuiia Texas IMp Mr and Mrs E Swepston were In Plainviexx Wednesday afternoon to attend a meeting of Ccntonary...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 March 1920

a 1a r i to St is > > W I For Sale One good Jersey Milch Cow Three InRow GoDevils practically new 2500 each Two 2Row Case Listers 10000 each W F GRIFFIN Soldiers Bond Money Homo American soldiers m Siberia are thinking of tin folki bin k home when pay iluy Mimes around More limn 11000 wa turned over to the Red Cross recentlv with whlfh to > nr Iiuhi monuy orders to bo scut to doughboys families In tin Slates i Prlzo Shoes for Prlzo Scholars School work In Ioliuiil liux been sttmulnlcd by tlio lultiouncimiout thnt rewards of merit tor good scholarship would ioiihImt uf clothing from tin ti > il Croii A needed imlr of shoes out or dress was given each child uf Christmas tti iY vr mtrtTmieiirtwmr < mi y nr uvr rl Modd T O e T mangmesc hioiuu vvorfcsiMv necessity for the farmer Iwcau pi allium of croiujtttic trrnsport farm to the city AiuJ it cvv will lie fount a great money s Mg labor saver 1 hr i iio r tar multiplied by ercctcr vrptci strength No cxtri urn in iko to tal...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 March 1920

fri 1 4Hn I t IOI xocaoc o n I OI D o D o B I LIFT OFF CORNS Fund Bank < jded Profits 2000000 usiness Respectfully solicited The Safest Place to Invest Your Earnings If In Need Of FARM MACHINERY of any kind we will be glad to4 figure with you Can supply youk needs with either the EMERSONBRANTINGHAM oi BFAVERY Lines of Implements J P Linn 301 aoi LINN BOTTS IOI IOI Kress Texas aocaoc IOC30I v Vbeck aocaoc Apply few droos then lift sore touchy cornt > oft wilt finaers ocaou l > oe at hurt a bitl Drop a UtUa Vieeionc on an gcbiog com inetantly that com atopa hurting thou you lift tt right out Tea magic A ti j bottle of Freexono rooU bat P a few teiu at any drug Ur but U S < to reaaovo eera W G Botts I0C30 aoBot Staple andFaucy Groceries NOTIONS GET MY PRICES BEFORE BUYINa ELSEWHERE I ostotfice Bull cling Phone 4li ior aonoes locaoi saocaoc locaoc aoi aoc locaoc aoraoE i lOB io 8 o IOC30Z = lOEX9 V antiour iieitfis We are in tlie market for all your row crop f heads Bring th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 March 1920

fit tf r f ALL WOOL tiTIrr TWO PIECE Ill with EXTRA PANTS only 49 Full Suit and Extra Pants 5300 GUARANTEED ALL WOOL Double the wear of your suit by including an extra pair of trousers You practically gel TWO SUITS for the pneo of one Guaranteed ALL WODlU MATERIALS Other tailors ask from Tto jUlO for suits of this quality madotojmoasiiro without the EXTRA TROUSERS Our price for Suit and Extra Trousers 49 and f > 8 SCOTCH WOOLEN MILLS CITY TAILOR SHOP Telephone 21M JOHN O SCOTT PRESIDENT 18 ELECTED AND A LIBRARY CAMPAIGN OPENED Tin1 Parent IVm Iiiim nniliitliiii hold mi ontliUHhistic mooting Thursday Mnrih 11th nt tho si hoot building Mrs Vi < I HurkM ww oloctid oroshlimt to juiiii1 Mr Kil S < ott In ii ihort aililriHd Alri ltnrhx out llnml soino work for oh uuil stnisiil tlio fni t that to sincioil o mrist co opirito Hiidoni not now huiii sioliil u i1 i o n k but 0 o o ic r n te M Tho ipidal work whlih tho Anhoci nt Ion Iuih uiiiliTtiiluio U to uHtnbliiih ti real lilirnry o...

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