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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 April 1920

Mto Volume 11 rxruA moH school anas WW EIGHT BA8XBTBAXX GAMES Tuesday April 6th the Tulin High School girls played those of Happy iu a Tathcr closely contested game Although the Happy girls wetc much taller and more mature the TiiHa girls played with such pood team work that seemingly there was no difference in sire Thu game was iLnil 4env u itw bntvex with iny twr to K McCUNK BUY YOUR i DECIOMATION CONTEST BY PtJriLS or HOUSTON SCHOOL Miss Rose Fryc Mrs 1 M Simpson and Mrs B 0 Harks went out to Uous tou school house Monday afternoon to net u judge in a declamation contest which was given by Miss Luc He Wilson pupil The follow lug are the names of the contestant iiud the place assigned them by the judges v n4 Talmngo Timtnons firM a ten minute rest and was won by tlu > vlaee Krnett ijorreiijou second place home team by a score of 2 to 1L I Aubry Hilliurd third place Donald This makes the eighth game thatj Varus Verlan Simpson the Tulia girls have won this season Girls Kf fin Sorr...

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

to M s r SiS S a w > 4W < WilipBBi li lWVltlPl > 1 tMVZZZZ < Z iUfiM itrrj ± t inamniinh > MRS ERNEST WHITE Kditor a iWasSe Weak That I Coufd Not Walk RichTone Is Making Me Strong and Healthy Sa > F Macsr t tvna it ff nrik atiil nrTmii tiatf t l hI my npprlltf hiid liml l r < ntnr In Midi n rind iUymi 1 onilllloH I ha I at Hiiir I < miM ntit tvalU I jour r 4 trtl rtttr it un IMf h I ntn ft nil mim nun MtUltiK tl I ferl i > mtirti li llrr Hint I x TlV i MAKE 1HRIFT Take RICHTONE i anil liiin nrw cncriiy Not tilt i itti ill It i li I tint nl i lrtr j If t fl > on I 1 II K l > i > w > tt i f i mh n i ii r in OfTY OltlHI HTOJtr 1 N i > vor Know Yon Could Koap llat i t Out of n Untctivt 3 < 0 > Y i ill In I ti li liwts llinlil U i K I < I > ja i > it i 11 ml I > v it ii c ml i mi I I I i r i i < Un ilmiit li i I i ii n i r ton Ii I 1 HN i 1 tl III M t I I I l > hi on ri in ii i i I i i li w I Ol l > I U H i75 ri r lr W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 April 1920

lit w SEEDS PLANTS BRADLEY YAM SEED SWEET POTATOES > < LB Irlah Cohbkr k Triumph Irish Potatoes 74c lb Progressive Everboarinp Strawberry plants 150 per J00 po t paid Glut Rhubarb 100 Dorcn Horse radish and Asparagus roots 50c Dozen FVost proof cabbage and Bernuda onion ylants40y per 100 post paid Seeds for tic Garden Field Lawn Poultry unfiles in quantities to a car load lot incubators Brooders and ciySf ftelur < > them in stock Price List free C E WHITE SEED CO PUinview Tex THE HOME BAKERY E Johnson Prop I have recently purchased the Home Bakery and wish to give all old customers as well as the new ones an invitation t6 trade with me Give Me a Trial IOBOI FRESH M lotaoi We handle the best that canfbe bought And solicit your patrons On the quality of our goods ANDERSONS MARKET TELEPHONE NO 225 FIRE FIRE FIRE FIRE INSUltAN < Before your home burns la the right time to Inure ab Insurance pol icy wont prevent a fire t > ut it will make good the Iom Be wiee Insure CUL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 April 1920

ft ft THE TULIA HERALD XOLtMAN OBKYAH Omtn fcAftMSTT OBRYAN Editor J S ENOLBMAK PuWUher Snbucrlption 8200 Per Year KaUr 4 m MtoadetaM maU futUr at tli pMtoffca ftt Talit T iaa < 3oi c luiiA Hvrar vnix Tho high school ninM of Tulia nml Amnrillo crossed bnt i la t Saturday Afternoon for n game of la c bull On fccrount of llm cold norther inly fhroo Inning wem plnyed Hint ii Aiimfillo player hnd played their third inning rind II wan Tulln s time ut tho bat when they decided to call the Kami on no fount of the cil I Tim jicnrt then stood fi to J in fnvnf of Tulin Amnrillo ma do two scorei In tin first inning nnd were given I In tho nceond nml third Innings Tulln Hindi mm Biorn In the first Inning and four In tin second nnd sturdy player Hint they nr < wen willing to bravo the cold nnd continue scoring in the third Inning Tin lineUp fur thi game AmnrllloThornlnn Illniit iiird third brisej Aums Htldnon left field Inul Anderson first base Clint Taylor nthor Ired Vyfr center fluid It ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 April 1920

1 4 4 Jr T YS 10CAL AND rmSONAL Dr L Jf Pennock of Amarillo was si Visitor in Tnlia this week Hu ami Mrs Foster Kioiu nnd Mr And Mrs C L Cooper were visitors in llainview Tuesday Mr and Mrs Murphy Meyers are the proud parents of a 0 pound bov born Thursday night April Stti Cnpt W Bradsler has been tpiite skk this week lie is much better at this writing his many friends will be glad to learn Miss Marie Huxford lias been taincd from school this week on accomi of illness She is mueh better tit this time Mrs Meade P Orlftln nnd little son Meado F dr of llainview spent Thursday in Tulia the guests of Mrs Ira L Tucker Attorney Dennis Zimmcrttintiii n in Sllverton Monday looking alter some legal business in the district court which is in session in that city Mr and Mrs Stoe Williams mid children hao moved back to Tulia and have rented rooms at the L W loidan home We are glad to welcome these good people back to Tulia v Miss Ktiby MeSpmlden has moved to PS Sail OKelly of Amarillo wiU a plea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 April 1920

aJi > in I MteJ I I I I i i THE TULIA HERALD ntflLtlCAH OBEYAH OwMn BABN8TT OBBYAK Mltot J 8 BNdLBMAN PrtbllmW nbtcripUon 200 Per Yexr BattrH M Mcea4elMi Mil Matter M ta pMtotiea at Tali T im 4 0801 11HIV WVI U VlIU TIjo high nfhool iiIiim of Tnlin nnil Ainnrlllo crowd lmtn Inst Hnturdny Afternoon for n nuir of litou ball Ont account of thu cold norther only Jhreo inning with played that In Airinfillo player Imil played their third inning nml 11 wni Tiillns time nt the lint when they deridled to mil the ntne on af count of thn toll Tim ftrore then filood 0 t6 ii In fnvor of Tnlin Amnrlllo tiinrlo two srorei in the flr t Inning mul were ft In the ncrniul nml third lining Tuliii fundi otw score in tho fit t Ituiiiif mid four in the seeulul find Attirdy pluyern tlmt they nre were willing to brave Hit iiilil nnd continue ncorinn in tin third inniriK The line tip for thn Kfiinc Amnrlllo Thornton Itlntiehurd third lime Anion Hudson 1 ift field Paul Anderson Ilrit hfiie Clint Taylor lut...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 April 1920

fc 1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL V > t L N Icntiock of Amarillo was a ywitor in Tulia thu vrcek itr and Mrs Foster Kloua and Mr f w rt Cooper were visitors in llainvicw Tuesday Mr and Mrs iiurphv Movers are the Tjoud parents of a jK und bov burn Thursday night April 5th Capt V Bradslcy has Wen quite sick this week Ho is much better at this writing his many friend will be clad tolearn Miss Marie Huxfonl has been de tabled from school this week tin account of illness She is tnueh lietter at this time Mrs Meade F Griffin and little son Meade f Jr of Plainvicvv spent Thursday in Tulia the jjuost of Mrs Ira L Tucker Attorney Dennis Ximiucriiiamt was in Silvertou Monday looking after some legal business in the district < ourt which is in session in that city Mr and Mrs Steve Williams and jpUiMren have moved back to Ttilin ami hcve rented tooiiih at the L W Jordan I Quito a crowd of young people from Mr E A Simpson of Amarillo will be in Tulia Saturday April 10th and apeak at 230 p m at the c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 April 1920

J H fvy 1 r 1 MrWlPWWjffWMH I frnHWinii WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF Groceries Overalls Unionalls Shirts and Footwear that wears TRY US CULTON TAYLOR LAWYERS Tulia Texas W F GRIFFIN Olympic Barber Shop Phone No 72 M O STANFORD Prop LAUNDRY AGENCY Prompt Barvtco Bath lu Gonnaotloii WMMMMAr umiwm nrt THE UNIVERSAL CAR Iord Deliver Cirs ire used in fleets by many of the liugest ImMiies1 firms of the country Tins is becmise the I < > r < 1 Delivery Car has solved the problem of safe and quick delivery with the smallest possible expense l asy to understand easy to drive and durable A faithful servant giving years of faithful service Wc can give ou any style uf body you want One thing in Mirt cvciy ictail merchant will nuikjj money by having a b ord Delivery Car Cotncin Let stalk it over We assure von genuine Ford service with genuine Kurd pnts Ford Garage + + + + + + + + > + + + + MAGNOLIA PETROLEUM COMPANY 1KTItOIiUUM AND PETROW1UM PRODUCTS Tor Uio lioHt of Oxsolluo OuU Oil Lubri...

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

n n o o 0 JOI D o D o D o n > 1 KRESS Swisher Co TEXAS 30E30C 301 aoi IOE30E PBoaraBoot rxMi dot tn kkess coram F T KIPWORTB President W A CATE8 Vle Preident J W 8KIPWORTU Jr Caahler FARMERS STATE BANK of Kress Guaranty Fund Bank Capital and Undivided Profits 2000000 Your Banking Business Respectfully solicited y The Safest Place tp Invest Your Earnings THE QUICK MEAL OIL STOVE One of the Best Stoves on the Market We handle this line and gladly recommend them to our customers The Quick Meal is what the name implies it gets a meal in a hurry INN J P Linn Q ISO CSS IOC3QI J IOC30C y o D BOTTS 30E30E W G Botts iocaoc = ioi iociocss IQl A B E C K Stapi iRdFasTcS Groceriei NOTIONS OET MY PRICES BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE PosiofiTico Euiluing Phone 42 IOE 301 IOE THANK YOU Your past years business is what we wish to thank you for We are also after your 920 business Scaoc COBB GRAIN CO Phono > o 14 Kress Texas 30C3OE A AS WT0ISCAR iTt M ous Calomel salivates Its mercury Calomel acts lik...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 April 1920

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 April 1920

rj s > i L 5 1 Volume 11 8PLXMDID EASTER DINNER AND BOG HUKT AT GEORGE HOME Mr and Mrs W C Genre jnL > l their children and jrandchlldrcii and other relatives ami a few friends an old Utne Kastor dinner last Sunday About thirtyflve WlTC present Tin GIVES ADVICE ON HEALTH WEEK The Proclamation for Health Week issued by Governor V 1 Hobby dif fero from former cleanup proclamations in that more than a raking u > of trash is iuiluded in this manifesto In the rush to beat the II C L game we too often neglect to investigate into tho causes which influence our phy ideal ill or well being Preventable disease interfering with our progress and comfort it is ml vis ablu that we take an inventory of our health credits mid uebits Kor instance a physical culmination of school children might reveal that somu of them at handieapped in their development by reason of defective teeth eyes enlarged tonsils and adenoids lack of proper exercise use of unsuitable desks jMior lighting ventilating ...

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

1 IN 1 ui n of v II 1 ri 1 1 In 1 mil r 1 II I 1 > r ll 1 iihii I I HI 1 Tl st > mum m 07 I if iw 11 ii friiu iin > in in ij in n utii 1 ii 1 1 Hint lij tin InUiMuit rum 1 I lit iImnIiUi III lilt of lit i 1 l Siultli uf bmiili Oimi 1 1 1 iinl a u m by llltll In tin mH u ur ImniUii Jll AMERICANS BIGGEST USERS OF RAIHSAIS SiMICE HEBE FAR OUTSTilFS ELKf T rafiwxy rf tin t7ji < < M v iw tls wM irttf tenure til at amir < < i 4 j t i < i f f ft I Mi H r i bl i < oitntrj Hi Itir < i a of Ha- > > St lft rnJfmtU H 5 fH alront JS ir < nt h ion u wr t nr rt J ly f S r many t < < trf o tli Unit l Xlt > f > i Jb 1 fl Mil f fflrr j by h tiftU St f riif < i nJ In wr 3101 ffl Tffrnnri iU t rnr r ta rsrrv < i hjr tt raiirrtcii V5I wl 5r if t t WW 191 to r < nHo tUtt tf aM < w > nwrP Ipmu > 8 < rt l enrvU t < c f < rtfet rjjr t Ja fa r In rrftpgrituiit i t < tli to > f < i < rr J fey tit ral J In < < > ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 April 1920

kw b The largest orphanage In the a larso number of inmates V h United States Is In Tmis lo atrd this In tlcw archiiects were tUl < tl teren miles out from DalUv anilIn and work Is now coins fornrd I known as the Uuckner Oiphans In remodeling the old bulMlncs an Hme This Institution has an in In tho planning of tiew ores which terestlng history it was founded b will take eiuv of the children < til late 11 C Buckier In 1ST9 j snuips of thirty each Inslead of cat > sean With Three Children I for thunt < s MnKle unit ot si hurt This home whlh now takes we hd The bM W M are uv of six hundred cillilrcn bcenn wl ub5 r ° 1 < vU1 thai cu h unit el J children wl 1 have Its oun inet th ihitifti i o a ° i 8Dal 1SS1ZC nent ith private bath L Mi 1ias in JSSUttrr r bulldlnts erected this toilet Kach child will have a war was From small beginning the Institution has had a marvelous growth and hiring Its history has taken vire of many thousand children There arc now four iHrse buil...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 April 1920

h5 > n m m u m m m m m m m I t 111 I p I P riiiiii ll IdH IIVH IV t N 11At At a r I In I > il ii in appt n i ii t ts I i liii III n i l t r xis > i i ii i I m ni i h O HUXFORD Dealer ltUITKY HAI8ER8 PHOMIBKD j A BIO WHO CONTI38TU Tnxai ami OUwr SJoutlicrit StatM Piodueerii Uniiri to Kntor Look Iiir lor ji Niumii < T W Itiimeirr Ioultit lliiil > in > liniiii TJif fourth Texas National Km Ulliht Will npil t itlJO mil I lit l ntilixt iiliili e olillt li making iliTiiulc plan tn 1iiliir r until t < < it line It ill i illi llinil 111 i piiis i iir c inns piultrj l > rtiil it ill am hi iVxns and tll til Oil I III I lllS itllltlSt j This i imii 11 tlii > urcatoitl plivcs ut pmiiln hxteiisiiin mult that Hili iiiititni mo is dome II is t ioat liriui it i > niTj iinltr > litfotlui til Tiins I tt < ni l likf tu ospiiiiilly j inui tin ni iiin i ni it 1 v liatcli iiij Tin n ih i vprri n i it till l J0I I j l i m nnliil tu UN till till ll llllpil 1 lit Iliil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 April 1920

> 1 Stf it i If i > V Volume 11 TUIIA WIHS BABE BALL OAKH WITH CANYON NORMAL One of tho most interesting base ball games of tho season was played in Tulia last Saturday afternoon betweeu the Tulia high school boys nnd the nine of tho West Texas State Normal College uf Canyon In spite of the high wind unite a CTovvd was present nud much taostlng was done for the several eood playo made The score hoard showed players Jenkins lrn CANYON Hill Lev is c Key Everett lb Simms Clary cf Akcrs Glenn rf ic p Holms Louis rf Terry Koy Kullinganio Batteiiileld 1 Whippo S If 3b 3bP 2b c 3b rf 2b cf rf lb limine 3 4 0 G 0 Akcrs relieved Battenfiold at the be ginning of the sixth inning and Helms went to right field TULIA 1234 0 0789 Liiullev Horace ss Ward Robert If Cochran T Tucker John Parker Dan Tracy George Scott Shirley If land Henry Hngood Cecil Hutchison W 0 0 0 0 Parker was hurt in the fifth inning and Tracy went to right field Hngood to center field If land to shortstop and Lindley to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 April 1920

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 April 1920

r tiMvf 5 9 to t nil SEEDS PLAN BRADLBY YAM SEED SWEET fOTATOBar 9e LB Itiah Cobbler 4 Triumph Jr > k Potatoes jL 7ftc lb Pregrmive EverWtlng 8tr xfcterrv ptMft > 160 r 100 post putd GUtt fttabub A too Down Ilorso radish nd Asparagus roott A 0c Down Frost proof eabbsg and Bernuda Wion ylants40e per 100 post paid Seeds for the Garden Held Lawn Poultry supplies In quantities to a ear lond lot Incubators Brooders and everv fixture for them In toek Price List free C E WHITE SEED CO PUiiwiew Tex THE HOME BAKERY E Johnsbn Prop I have recently pwohased the Home Bakery and wish to givkall old customers as well as the new ones aXmvitation to trade with me Give Me a Trial FRESljl MEATS We handle the b st that can be bought And solicit On the qua rour patronage ity ofsQur goods ANDERSONS TELEPHONE NO 225 TO THE Iti are malting MARKET locaol The Tulia Herald will make CLUBBING RATES our subscribers for any newspaper or magazine IOESOI I0C30I lOcaoi Special Prices Wearing Apparel i FOR BOT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 April 1920

i ft iV < s I a a o M r tm in h lr tli r Il r as a i ilh < i 11 mi i > iiiitn i jwrlii > IIIE TULIA HERALD CMHIKMAN A OMRYAN Ownorii IIAUNKTT OMtYAN nrtltor J 8 HNmHMAN Inbllnhor SubMilptlon 62 < W Tor Yoir liiUiiil iii ttocdiijfliia uifcll matter n tiro ontofTii e nt Tiillu Toxnu II I Allll H ll > Ui > I 1 1 I IiI In n Im < f4 < I i Tin r in ii tli i l I mi illlin l till Mitllililtst ill miiiil Hirmiifli tin Mioh r iltril trliv riim niI > Ii II H1I l l I f > h iif il Iiiiii wo Idi I itliiiil lln < I Hut i ill In liitl i li mil t tirg ITliiiu 11 I Til M n I i lo with lliix lllli ill IMI in l > > IUI IKllt HI 1 uilkin lll ul i mil lnwi liiin lln y iii in III 1111 fill111 Ii l Il iiinriil nilif Tin 11r ll lllt ll iini Miiilr iml ill win knit r IT lul tlllllllil Sil i inr nut iltrinl i in ii 1MV0UTANT MinrilNll i I ll i T I Ill in stiu IM 1 UiiKtnoititii Inui Tumi rlliil I ur i Ml r i m l IIIIHT ml VilliI 1 1 llllll MillI > 1 I uf till iii U...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 April 1920

1 J D s 1t Volume 11 THE PHILIPPINES V s ° UBA BAPTIST WELTARE WORK AT ARE NOT TO BE COMPARED NINE TEXAS ARMY POINTS Tho Islands Not Ready For a Republic Snys General Shcntll No such larRi piece of ternton uuv vvhoro around Pacific has bevifiiUowrd tel remain in weak hands and Ihilip I no Kepiitilie would be weakest of nil Hovcrnments nor is this difficult tn > rovc We have been learning much lately of the need for rccouuition of radical concentration and that peoples of the same race ore entitled to epuatt nationhood No twin Austro Hunuarl an combination rr desired lertnin in their internal interra < disputes to breed disorders difficult to confine within their own hordeis And yet the Phil ippine HcpubHc wpnld furnish just such an objectionable medley of many liuij u Iirci plus the additional unworkable feature of component races running the entire gamut from universitybred Spnirishspoakiiin politicnils down through innumerable ur to the lgoroi head hnntini sua aye A Philipp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 April 1920

i i O L I 1 KEROSENE or OURMUI The Qrsre Registration Service of the Army nnd the American Red CroM ha reecived Invaluable aid from Oer man prUonrM detailed In Lvlp tar searcher in the tank of locating the nave of American toldlcn who fell behind the German linen The Hed JroM U photographing for the farnil lea of soldiers the gravel of all the American dead that eon he found Twelve bodies recently were located through the assistance of one of these prisoner who recalled ttiolr hurlrtl The Herman remembered tlmt after a eotinter attack when the Ourrnarifl re aptured i village ncvrnil Americans had been litirlcd In n certain spot hur rlcdly he recalled for another onslaught wiifi inoniLtitnrilv ezierteil He described how the hod ten liful liren ilneeil in three row in i nhell made grave nnd led the American lied Onus worker to the spot The bodies were fniiiid anil after Identification were given a relnirinl in Itomagnc the Inrg rat cemetery In France Of the tlfJKH grave of Anierleiin ...

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