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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 March 1920

tf r rv < > V t m 11 f I Wo earn 4 + 3 wanton AMrotmoM roi JTHMI Or WltHKK oo sTJiii weA the Herald prevents theMe of Mr J E 8wrepston who seeks Ike Democratic nomination for the of W of Count Judge of Swisher Count jr Mr Swepiton need no introduction cjto voter of Swisher County for lie Is of his time to his business and enter politics But the friends hnve been so insistant that ho had finnlly deeided to enter tho r ee Mr Swepston will make a campaign upon the merits of progress and improvement for 8wlsher County as he sees are necessary and urgent Ho asKs n respectful hearing at the hands of ladies and gentlemen of the County We bespeak a most fnor ble rccep tion of Mr Swepstons candidacy by the voters of Swisher County nnd if he la honored with the office feci sure that ho will discharge the duties thereof with accuracy and legality and re fleet credit upon the County and re sport to him as our judicial officer o John Birkenficld an industrious farmer of the Nazareth countr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 March 1920

vt V hi vtf MM ERNEST WHITE Editor nyo Itrl iihr tn you It will iiiiythlnic tt ta yoiirarlf I nm r mcily Von ymtr In lull y ami frlmilii Ir hit well happy hrlRtit ol lc of step nulily of cheek Iiln to o about your work with n einlle on your llpul On each bottle In pbilnly prlnl U iiinnry olirrrfully rrfuailril If no < rutlrrly aatUfaetorr Hitil your ottii local Uruajclal will Ut you try n lcl > Tone on ttila mBajr > ka k HOTIOB SHERIFFS hALB llo StuUi of IVms oi s u o t olMIe Hon bh Hl1 r1rt lf nteV 1 hy f Mir A A I 111201 J nk thenof I the Nise of Ibwieh Jrnrv versus Mrs Ieh Hiivnm i v Mll > t V and o me ns Hheriir illieteil d lie lblng the Ninth 1 iut due Fiiuith m ulev p i lv imls M ll in Sum fuuntv TNi en lining liitl ane f bimi Im led > a nth u lf Mllli is the piopcrlv of U lleula avms 1 I U Mi t one fouitl i iiigiil m ii m r7 lllh is SI Vr NOTIOB SHFUIFF S 8ALK of lVA V f wiwlifri SlP T CNS9B fSSwf7 < v vW pnl i it i nod oik ijiiiIIi j v H1 lt HIVCN PNDDIf IV...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 March 1920

t w k SEEDS PLANTS BRADLEY YAM SEED SWEET KlTATOKS Pc LB IrUh Gobbler Triumph l ih VoUWs < Te lb Progressive Everbcnrlng SlTi rt > errry plnnt 150 ir 100 post paid Giant Rhubarb Cv > l 00 Doxcn llorso radish and Asparagus roots > v 50c Down Frost proof cabbage and Berrtida onioKylnntstOc per lOCh poM paid Seeds for the Garden Field Lawn Poniuy supplies in quantities to a car load lot Incubators Brooders nnilevery fixture for them In stock Price List free C E WHITE SEED CO Plainview Tex THE HOME BAKERY E Johnson Prop SENIOR B Y P XT Program for Sunday March 2sth Song service Prayer Business President in charge Drill on daily Bible readings Subject Foreign Mission Sur voy Missionary meeting Leader Barnctt OBryau Scripture Lesson Mark 161120 Introduction Leader From the Standpoint of Americas New Position Among the Nations of the Earth Miss Minnie Cooper From the Standpoint of Fields Wo Now Occupy China Elmer Cro mer Japan Miss Bertie Warren Africa Misses Bonnie Dalo String...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 March 1920

MJiiiiw imini twsm n 1 i wb > a I i i a a I lnn l llll I i li I i illli I i I I I llll I U HI 1 Hill I I ll in i Ii ii ml i ii tin nil i i v ii i i Ii i I ill ill I v n I I i n l I III I II ll 1 I I I l I I < > < II ll I it in 1 < ilia I I i y Wr V1T11 AXY POLITICAL MJLHMAN < < OllUYAN Ownoro 1IVUNRTT OllUYAN llilltor fi IJNCILISMAN iMtittiln t Hiib crliitlim 100 Per Yonr tlitiitun 11 xha I r > li II Amiiiin tlio Hll Ik ink n ruivi il at Htuti > HmMliiimt il 111 1 llll 1 > t ll Hit < lr > n i > l i I > mIII II tl t I ill > II I I jl ii i ii tin In < ijii i > i I ii tIlt It i I i t i k inI I i i I I ti I tull tn ii i irt 1 < r i tl i 11 nnt i n iiiiuiiiWtu li I titil lii la hi i In I M < I I mitliur i W irrwt nut In niii < n i I > i 1 In mi In Hi in us uifilliu lutuii In in titnt niulil Ml Mr Mifaliii u iu s iii I Htm tl t iuj llt iII in n t hi ml 11 f il nimitli si u 1 ur timu I m tuH t I Ms < < < ni nn l 1 u 1 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 March 1920

js i tltfAL AND rflSONAL W tcKf 0 r le Sale H mKXAIJflQftB NOTICE plant n CREA8E metif I 27th HHtfi yhieH Jina Ajio f the 1 inv hog l lV ounlrv l TBS Gcorjro Gunkcy has recently bought the Fred Oromer re ddenco In North Tti 1Uv Judge UonnU t Zlmmcrmnnn was looking nfter legal bmlncM in Ainarlllo lhl week Oct prices for jour < and poultry from O Ituxford before vnu idl handle vegetables nenaon A Ktl Ixns tp W V Griffin and daughter Mr WTllliw Hawkins were vixitoM in Plain view Wednesday TB 1 Milton of Airuirtllo represent tag the Texas Oil Uompnny of Houston wus a business visitor in Tulla Mondnv 0 tlnxfnriK i market prices Bee Mm before paying the highest for poultry and ege on sell ADVANCERRUWElA Long Ufe Highest gradeiWterials nnd workman hip IilhernlAveh lng parts Irovett long life la le Robert Kousser a thrift fanner of the southwestern portion of the Conn ty Was looking after businesi mutters in Tulla Tuesday EGOS FOrV SETTING Full blood White leghornVEggs lf 0 per setting o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 March 1920

X I J ft s u WE CARRY A FULL Groceries r Lv TRYvUS II the time W LINE OF > Overalls Unionalls Shirts and Footwear that wears < X W F GRIFFIN Thrift Is jirntty good tiling You iiilnill it Ho dncH overwnc olne with gray matter nnd common Heine Wine waving ii n mioiI thing too Hut prae lir not ndmtonlou in tint proper tiling Mnlco thrift nnd mivlttg dully fompnn ions If I i onlil say oho word moru earnest than any other it Mould bo to mnliu a fettoh of thrift Dorothy Dlx In the family as in the Htnte the best sourc of Wealth is economy It is n good revenue Cicero THE UNIVERSAL CAR r The simplicity of the Ford car Us stability in construction the famous heat treated Vanadium steel with its tnurvcVJous strength aiilj ricjuWiiy tlic Uiw cosV of jrfneration and maiiiTenancu its case in operation sill have made the lord car the great favorite in every land in the world It s the one car rhatalways satisfies and serves A utility bcyciud question that all can aitbrd We will lie pleased t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 March 1920

i i fff W x few v v vv < < Volume 11 LOCAL AGENTS D O n o D o n o n o I mir OVERALLSILER Yesterday afternoon at one thirty oclock Mis Gertrude Overall and R A Siler were united in marriugo by Row E 13 Atvvood of Wayland College Tho wedding took place at the homo of the brides parents Mr and Mr 1 L Overall who live in the north part of town The bride is an attractive and ai rfC vjr EB NO 104 SEIMIFT DISC PLOW THE EH No 104 SelfLift Dim Plow cither four or five disis A juil I a tuo rope starts tile Hi cs into the ground 2 incites of for0v liio Tllli H tl 1 tllO tllR0 ill Ul feet wide I he Mill Dim < i c thovr ycu thLi thin into MtciliiJtli ii 1 n i < < l levers It < ininle > iii st one Mi stunlv i i tin it is en tried on UVi It I Mt I clem lhl < I lltlclls Ill Bn ntingham Tractors and Plows SEE US WHEN IN NEED OF ANY OF THESE Conners Garage Auto Accessories Oils and Gasoline Phone No 34 Tulia Texas ItBBwl TULIA SWISHER COUNTY TEXAS MARCH 26 1920 iivi K jlad VAU...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 March 1920

t i A v jj I pom o n a o 0E30I U KAVSAS CITT WEEKLY 1 UV STOCK MARKET REPORT K ss < Wy Slock YnrIi M f li 2 1W0 TJioiiglf tfIv n I > l wcr laftf rrr fian ejjieeted trade wii HCtltt n Mrong price evceplloris hltfhfr Pulp f > d ntwtn lil up lo I110 and nntivie i vtn Up t > 1SVJ Hogi were < ty tn 25 cents lower top > ffi > Miwsp ujl Isnilw were 40 l rto ictit hlc t t i I Inrnlii Httr ewti HSM Todays Receipts Receipt loda were lV < in > J K 0 hopi and Sntm with llOitt rntll I > < en I 12 000 sheep it WtCk hro it ml UT mi r t lie 14531 hog ami i20i > i < ep v < t Ecef Cattle Chiilcc liniult weight lmf ileer ti < fd yearling itflil tidy weight fi < r nolil readily tmlriv nt utrnng pr Other entile were tfewU mid extr > llnVV ulcer Sold ttl 1v Itfr trit were fjilrlv liberal but iitnl dn m I larger np p < mn l f ring were well tit < l f r Must < Hi plllp ft tlleiM lull it 11 < > 1 M and native ntcr it lt < m t t vi Bolile i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 March 1920

If In Need Of FARM MACHINERY of any kind we will be glad to figure with you Can supply your needs with either the EMERSONBRANTINGHAM orB F AVERY i x Lines of Implements LINN BOTTS Kress Texas Linn W G Botls ioi ai m si aoi IOI LIFT OFF CORNS VJtods then lift ouchy cjornsofi vitl fincers sore Doatnt hurt a bit Drop littl t semt on sekisg eor inttaatlf eora top burtiog tkta joa lift ft right out Tm mtgiel A timj bettlt of Froeroso coot bst fw cost ot uy drug otoro but it bffieient to ro iovo ovory ktrd cora rbaiJL IOC aoi V A BECK Staple and Fancy Groceries NOTIONS GET MY PRICES BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE Postoftice Building IOI = 301 3BOI Phone 42 We Want Your Heads We are in the market for all your row crop heads Bring them in and get a good price for them THANK YOU Your past years business is what we wish to thank you for We are also after your 1920 business COBB GRAIN CO D o IO O lOt Phone No 14 Kress Texas jj oatii ioshow aopoT soft corn or corn between the toe ami the calluses with...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 March 1920

If sfJ 4 f I Ik f lV 1 j4 r t i t t t + + + + + + + + + + + + + V if UADf 10 MAUJKf m NtfA Cream Eggs Poultry Hides EtcCash Paid FOR ALL COUNTRY PRODUCE LISTEN TuJia Produce Company is the only exclusive produce house in Tulia For this reason they can always pav the highest market pricey They have nothing to trade for your country produce but the ready CASH k 3 CORRECT WEIGHTS ASSURED TOP PRICES S A DUCKETT Prop DoubleE ehsted Coals Are Clever f And there unlit in < vle Huh Sjirnij fly fstdiiou platen wM > h w mi now showing cut the original Ilfl rrentloiiH of the makers of ICS how a vnriotv of double hrotistod tariit nt Some ire conservative In looks mid f el Others have the Minppy in it the waist effect that put umlli into the uppeitrnniv of n follow All me oeil stile full ulm > when the Kali it of Indian npoliit label Im in tlu > ejirmctit Itn the label yon jel when wi take > our measure for i riler lot lies i Hs < AHH City Tailor Shop jiiu in Tulia Produce Comp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 April 1920

l > K I Ft I T Volume 11 N E MeflNi vv < < mgTlVAI MEBTIKQ TO BEGIN AT TRB MKTR0D1BT CHUKCH Eastertide brings with it the glad dest anniversary of the Chtistian vear The pastor of the Methodist ch urch irreots every man woman and child in ouf fair little city with the praver that thu day mry fill their hearts w lth encouraging FRIENDg AND RELATIVES MAKE BIKTKDAY A HAPPY EVENT support for the continuing of the Hand A subscription list was taken around and nearly every business firm in town subscribed Mr Kice reports that never in his many years residence in Tulia aa ho seen such a spirit of unity and willingness to encourage as is now being exemplified by the business men Alt are willing to do their share nnd he believes that u brighter future is opening up for Tulin and Swisher County o B 0 Box a thrifty fanner of the Vieo Park country vu a business visitor in Tulia Wednesday At the Wiley and Qiddcus homo in Tulin a little crowd of friend and relatives gathered on March SCt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 April 1920

s t I X li M 11 i H v I li l HI I 1 1 st l I in I Ito II < I III P llll s sV 1 It 1 I 1 Mx V MRS ERNEST WIJ1TB Alitor IWasSsWeakTtot I Could Not Walk HichTone Is Making Me Strom and Healthy Says F Macsr I aa an rf nrali anil nfr tiii had M nil ni HitprlltT jiml linit l r < intir In uli n lintl thr t < nl funillllDN lhal n uit I < uiilil Htit vfrttU I aatf y iir nit i rrtlwrturnl mm HliltTour nml ntn wtirr kins II I frrl mu nilirn lirtlrr that I iKf t lr aitr + Im rrrotitmrwdlng Rlrli I tii fu nil tiiy rrlrntt n Itr very ljr l mIc In llir vtorlt Take RICHTONE nml ti in new rncriiy lrniM lllll Itt tinv Novel On l l X Xu uuiRt frtuu NOTIO n MHEUUTO SMB siil I v is Cm > of y idltert irt 1 in Order i Hub Isiuod i Im M n i II Hitri t Imirt of i H t a tin Sf i of March I f 1 II ni s III I III III 1 I i IKtn I nir s V m f i I i I > r i i I n of n pi ill Mi im 11 1 I in iillli i I I Mi d tin It ik tl t renf In the i l l ii > m r in i Mrs Itcnla M U II II wn < 1 n rill...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 April 1920

8 w 3 m j r 8 SEEDS PLANTS BRADLEY YAM SKED SWEET POTATOES Se LB Irish Cobbler 4 Triumph lrih Potntoes < Hc lb Progrcasive Everbearing Stra Vcrry iifniits150 per 100 post paid Giant Rhubarb yC lWl llorrn Horse radish and Asparagus roovr 50c Down Frost proof ftibhnpe and BernndAonion ylant < 40c per 100 post paid Boeds for the Onrden Held lin nX Poultry supplies In quantities to a cbt load lot Incubator Broodeflr and every fixture for them in stock Price List free C E WHITE SEED CO Plainview Tex THE HOME BAKERY IOC IOE IOC GRAB IT DONr MISS IT T 1 E Johnsoh Prop a iiave recently purchased the Home Bakery and wish to give a ord customers as well as the new ones aii invitation to trade with me x Give Me a Trial aoi FRESH MEATS We handle the best that can be bought And solicit your patronage On the quality o our goods ANDERSONS MARKET TELEPHONE NO 225 FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE INSURANCE Before your home bums U tbe right tlto to Insure An Iiuurance policy wont prevent a fire but It will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 April 1920

ft r VM v vp f 7 > The tulia herald r SNOLUMAN A OBRYAN Owner BArtNRTT 0BilYAN Editor J KNOMftTAU ruiiJlPhsr BnbitcripUon 200 Per Year Eit r > d u M uadcl M null iH r tt the jionlofflce at Tull Tei tIMU THVAB AIlUI Win TUB HEIIAIDB CtllOWtHO MHT or HONORUD bubsckibbkb Tt in nlwns n ilei iire to ui to tf 11 of Urn Mianv frltnl Mho Icitior u with eiwih rm > tI < ni Mnrrli ll 20 wri a bnnnnr mouth for u many Inking ftdVniiln 1 nf the iii > ortiinlt v tit renew their Kiitacrliti < ni ioti liefore their ex pi rat iii ilntei rind hefore our rfite uf 200 jier year went Into eT < t In the Itny rn h of afTuirn wo neglei teil to make mention of rnnny nho lia irild Thin wan not Intentional wllli ni Therefore to jive irrii > it erfdll to these Mini friomU we jive helow ft Hit of ttinmi who hive ilnrlntf tlie itnit f w IMtkl T 11 lee of Anlitin Now Metlro 15 Craln of Inlmyrn MlfWinrls 1 Mi i Mti H 11 KJrk of Dftlionj r ritv M M Hrinhljr J h itniiifijr K A Ior 1 V PiW Vf H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 April 1920

i ysvf lr > p r i m vfe s ft ± 3 3 S3 tt Volume 11 TU ± GREATEST DAliKNESS They meet With darkness in the dn i thai niid atapc Inthe nocmdiiv a j tiii a5Rht Job The Rreatest darkness is self imiwsvl I blindness Ilils blindness is tisimlU On result of stlfwill which Is ntniu d bv cupe tho desiro for wnteriMl things or pleas urcs TL jHlt r n baubles m the form of toiutitntious hold out bv the evil blind the spiritual eves if one eon tiiiues to iuo upon them with Hie result that a Hlmtu sa s They us < nt with darkmMs m tho daitiiue tiiut Krone hi th nouudtiv ns In the uirM linkod such a one w in tho nlojit of spirittinl darkness and uulcaw ho is ullliu to turn his back tipon the tflatnonr Of temptation ami iuc instead upon the Sut of Rititeousiiis ho will rontimie to stumble and full He who Iuiowk tho true litfhl that ligtituth ever man thi1 comcth Into the world who sa with tin Psalm ist Thyionl is a lamp unto m foot and n light unto my path 1 viilf never allow himself to be d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 April 1920

m i r r t t > J if INMIHIIIIHIinNlllimi V This is the greatest < sale weve ever held This Big Easter Sale Event will be remembered for many a day as it gives opportunity to select your needs from any section of the store at less than 1 regular prices Barrier Bros Dry Goods Co I EVERYTHING IS REDUCED WE LEAD OTHERS FOLLOW MODISH TAFFETA FROCKS To be on the very crest of the mode this season one chooses a frock of Taffeta Here is a groupe of exploiting Taffeta Frocks in scores of enchanting guises puffed and frilled and bouffant for those of the slender type and for those of buxom build there are models on straighter lines sometimes combined with Georgette to give them suppleness Sleeves are invariably short necklines moderately low and round or square offset by point collars cuffs and dainty embroidered lingerie vests or left untrimmed Girdles of two tone ribbon tjny French corsage bouquets or perhaps u suggestion of embroidery are added to enhance the charming ensemble All sha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 April 1920

s fc + I Jndgc W K HendrW wi look Ins Jl8 leH l qualftyVhlshest price after local husiness in Plainxiexx M lclH ndaWo service U U IOCAl AND PERSONAL ADVANCK ItUfcbY t Bearings Itonii The Methodist Mlssionnrx capable teachers in our public school Rev 1 A Lindley pastor mis i < mnr of the Tierrn Blanca Association de livrred a splendid sermon last Sunday evening at tho Baptist church in Tulla A train with several ears of ballast tu Tox wi frionds V Mm Gordon Jordan of Vigo Park Hyatt Roll rpurnw Tuesday from AmitHUi where power x lUp Mt Givtdon Jordan of Vigo Park wvi in Tulin Tuesday xisiting xvlth her friend Mr Ira b Tucker Mr sand Mrs Harry Rush wctvs in Amanita Tuesday viilting with rein tives and friends AnVACKKUMKIjt Bosch Mag will inert in a business so < inn next r cr Mr ° Hutchison Monday afternoon April itli H II Whito has boon netim as re Mr and Mr Harl Porter arc the > roud parents of a prettx daughter born Tuesday morning March 30 Miss Dimple lla s of Hereford a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 April 1920

J I WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF Groceries Overalls Unionalls Shirts aimdl Footwear that wears fi fio f o D o oaoc da n TRY US W F GRIFFIN Bulletin mi Olotlioi A htillulln concerning tin iiinminl unit kind if clothes nrodid by ulrta who ex pet Id attend thii Inhi rmty if Texas i bcilie prepared by tho Home I co ii utiles Ileprirtiin nt Copies of Mm bulletin Will III NCllt to Hi lienil Itirmllll lit tlir State nut in to inv i irl who d < Hircs oni Ta ssHKiBr OOOI JOMEB FROM CULLING Ah n result or twenty five poultry < 1 riifinsl ratiuii m < i lmr conducted m Ohhi Comity Nobr under the direction of tlu > county iiKfnt 800 nonlnyers have In it culled from 2fi00 hens 1000 stand iiril breed rjrus lime been brought hi iiil luti In I mil 5fin rUi > r li lino bet n chunked bouiilil or traded noctoc oi Tulia MNJJUUrtL THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford One Ton Truck is a profitable Ivcast nf lmnlen tiui surely has the right of way in every line of business activity Kor all trurkinii purpos...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 April 1920

0IOI n 0 o D o D o o n e i D ra tgyJ i > iccaoir aosscrs o a o s We t Guara Capital and Undi Your Bankin solicited aotsou Cr < t Vii soft torn the ha feet ed Profits 2000000 30E30C an lift off r i orn be nkin enl A tiny bottle of Preeroib eo its little at any drug store applx a few drops tijvon the eorn or calhw Instantly tt stops hurting then tlmrtl you lift that la thcrsomp earn or callus right off foot and all without one bit of pain or oretiesi Truly No humbug1 T O By boMtisg you help your k IOr Bank EMERSONBRANTINGHAM J P Linn aonoc aOESO aoi We Want Your Head PROMPEBOT7S FARMS DOT THE KRESS COUNTRY i ft or Bi7 AVERY Lines of Implements A INN BOTT Kress Texas aoaoc rtyiwnm tto i ii i i i Pustodico Building ejoi nocaoi ipcaotsr jocaoc 30C30C aocaoc V AVECK Staple and Fsftjcx Groceries NOTIONSJGET IY PEiaESBEFOPE BtJYINCt ELSEWIIEHE aoi Phone IOI l Hf T SKllWORTH President W A GATES Vie lresldeut J Y7 SKIPWORTU Jr C hirr FARMERS STATE BANK of Kress mess Respectfully o D o D...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 April 1920

> LV S A DUCKETT Prop I ii 1 Hone V li 1 M 1 r 1 I 1 1 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4i Cream Eggs Poultry Hides Etc Cash Paid FOR ALL COUNTRY PRODUCE LISTEN Tulia Produce Company istheyonly exclusive produce house in Tulia For this reason they can always pay the highest market prices They have nothing to prade for your country produce but the ready CASH Thai Comfortable Look It iv iii imIii rilil hi iutj garment tliut heirs the Hbol of llvahn ittabr to ittrasurr fllotkrs llitt It ib mo more i iiuulitt i In i iitiolv tailored garments tliun li Unit comfortnliU IVi I Until iiri iluc ti Hie 111I Hint owl Kiihli garment i made In iIm individual moiuiirt > x ct tint wearer anI tiulilU in miii li i in Hint Ith origin tl good looks iiul IllllltlbU Kit < < permanent Is III lllill til ll Cl IlltltCS SlrtV 11 t tilt llllir Pill ill Hot I nut it tin iiriiiliuli if > I tin iruit Ilu lit though tin ulv In lung In In tti iil < I i ii iiiixiiiiim In uii miiri you ioi Mi < It lu...

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