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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 April 1920

V local urn ramu Mm Clcmemts of FHiaview was ji vWtoT in Tulia Thnndar At yon insure If ot c t be fore yon ill1 RlOw Graham Company OyeiBJKtTleaatntt ami Prwalne La < < ie 5 specialty C1TT TAILOR HOrC 16tfe Will you help the Educntionil Amendment Campaign Hold thnt Impulse ami Buy a Tag on May 1 Seventy thousand Future CHUens without Teachers Put your intentions into Action Buy a Tag May 1 Permit your Poeketbook to Render an Account May 1 W Tag Day for the Texas Schools Mrs 1 > B Cole returned last Satur day from an extended visit in Mineral Wells Mr and Mrs Scott B Dyer were in Amatillo Wednesday on business and visiting with friends LADIES remember the precinct convention Saturday afternoon May 1st at 3 oclock at the court house Mr and Mrs W C Crawford were on the sick list this veck but nro much better at this writing Indics you > l find Gabardine for dre > sklrt BARGAIN STORE s EGOS FOR SETTING blood iFdll ii vof 15 nice white at JONES Buy preine Store J D Bensley...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 April 1920

J i jja GROCERIES We carry a full line of staple and fancy groceries We will handle your butter and egg Try our Golden Blend Coffee 3 for 100 SHOES HOSIERY AND NOTIONS See our line of clothing for the laboring man A few shoes selling at wholesale prices before our new shipments arrive We solicit and appreciate your business H W F GRIFFIN THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Fonl Sedan with electric selfstarting and lightingsystem and demountable rims wit h Vi inch tires front and rear is a family car of class andcomfort both in summer and in winter For touring it is a most comfortable car The large plate glass windows make it an open car whendesircdwhiluincase of rain and all inclement weather it can be made a mostdelightful closed car in a few minutes Hainproof dust proof fine upholstering broad roomy seats Simple in operation Anybody can safely drive jt While it lias all the distinctive and economical merits of the Ford car in operation and maintenance Wont you come in and look it over Ford Gara...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 April 1920

toi r T MIPWOITM Pmldit w JL CATM Vie Ptwidttt J W gKlPWOtTM Jr CaUr FARMERS STATE BANK of Kr M v Guaranty Fund Bank Capital and Unividfed Profits 2000000 Your Banking Business Respectfully solicited The Safest Place to Invest Your Earnings IOC 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 LINN BO ITS J P Linn W G Botts V jBECK JHANK YOU 30C30U A TOUNli OF COTTON FOK A SPOOL Or THREAP l nnis Texas April I A Iontid i lot ton for a Spool of Thread is the title of an Interesting khuj urumi drawn l v A II Wicker f Iannis The article sent nut in the wceldy tiutr ket lotter seek to eall tho nttntion of the growon to the nctunl miIho of their cotton as old to the spinner uud the Actual value of the finihed firodvtts u sold tu the grower lteiontly i fjirmer we have known for vears jtm respected for his higlt nttmiiiig in the i immunity entereil our offim and held up a tinall objoet a vnry small ohjeoi It was ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 April 1920

s L < n > I III > r = Phone 124 rnnmivTEitiAN society TIii I adieu MlHMloimry JO hit of llm Presbyterian church will meet Wednesday afternoon Mny fltli at I oclock with Mrs V A Morrow This will bo tlio first of our lllblo htmly niootliifrs with llov llnyneii na leader HLMOUTIIH o Mm loliu I Ilontfro mid Mm Win Kalono of the VI o Park country wore In Tulla Moiidiiy Tlioy loft on tlio morning train for Clayton Now Moxlco where they will visit with their son tuiil brother Will Itontfro t EGGS PARENT TEA0HBR8 ASSOCIATION aw 3 in v jr > 7 > < > j isjK1 < 5 Tulia Texas Tlio Iltronl Toniluls Association of Tulla will nun mo noxt Thursday if lornooii May Dili in regular session lit the usual meet inn iliuo at tlio public hcIiooI building HcjiortH from tlio dolugutCN who attended tlio district iitcotlng In Amnrlllo will bo hoard It in urgently rcinioatcil thnt n full iittontl unco of tlio iiuiiiborx bu hnd Alno irtltort will bo wclcouiod o Mrs Mltcboll i iiiiinlo elnn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 May 1920

v iV ft St u fa K IT Volume 11 TftACTOft lOMOOt AT FANHAK fl BU XOftMAL MAY 17 18 An J9 TJ e West Twyis N ormul College Department of Agriculture nt Canyon patting on a new line of education al work t f n > this month In a three dav Trac f Engineers School Mnv 17th 18th id 19th This school wiil consist Of tor am illiutrnted lectures moving picture films and demonstrations on tho con + s > < r t 1 iec H > + + + < i viructinn bibrhntiotij operation euro and repair of nil common types of farm tractors in uo in the ronhandle Special representatives from nearly n tjlpitett leading trnctor companies m ill have charge of the work Each company will have their tractors parts and pictures hero on exhibition Tho purpose of this school is to give vwv > AT J trnctor owners operators farmers and1nUVilU offie e dealers that information on tratfor mvt sxit tic nianagoment that is necessary for their that lie villi serve ior tho best inter successful use More tractors fall be u m &...

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

11 n in ii i r it MM ERNEST WIIITB KtilKtr FIRST STATE BANK Of Happyv Texbs A Guaranty Fund Bank wijfo Capable and Accommodating Officers J F WHITE President f J1RS C G INNES Vice President K4i > it nml hunbnnd l vo llvaim lva jOI nJ > i qu i 1 At 0 C < tind hunbnnd 1 M Cox mid liuii m c ulu i h Jeslio Wnrd indhldiililly Id l niinlitlnitor of the eiUUe uf leorjo Kiitmid Word ileeenfcel Cluodlo Wnrd loilier nml liiisbmd tlhuui Sulnirtllnii ljiithtir lire drfumlnitU mid sold petition iitloKlun tlmt Win Wnrd nnd iiinnln 1 Word wore lAwtnlly iimrrled in the vein ijnd that ttiiil Aiiinndu l Wnrd died on ur nboitl Do iler 2Hth 1017 nml thai lit the lime of her ileiith he tho nnld Amtimm J Wnrd mid Wm WiuiVowned n 0111 ntunitv Wtnto Of thi mUio < > l V > < flm vonnlMiuu ilf dIvor nml Hiyidry ItoniM of iioraiiiml firopnrty uiuHthe following reil OHtllte Heeli ilw fdt nml S ijiiMlorls Mi Hwlnlier County Tiuiw 12SI The N Kit < f iiitloli iu Uloek M s S iher Ioiinlv TeX...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 May 1920

n > Is r = 3 si F > > f v v t v B toi n o a o II 0 3CE30C O mem r mrs THE HOME BAKERY k H E iTohnsoil Prop v I have recently S chalsea the Home Bakery and wteh to give all old customers as well as thefnev ones > oti invitation to trade with me Give Me aTrial FRESH J EATS We handle theN est that can be bought mwtmv r4 And solicit your patronage Oh the quality joiour goods ANDERSONS MARKET TELEPHONE NO 225 m FIREIFIRE FIRE FIRE J r i ci B for your home burni U tba right time to Insure An Insurance pol lcr wont prrr nt n fire but It will raake good the low Be wise tInMre CULTON TAYLOR Agenu OantreU Bhowa Bldg Tulla Texas Telephone No 130 RUSHALEXANDER GRAIN CO s I now have a complete line oi WAGONS AND MPLEMENTS Just received a car of Flour and Bran aoi I0E30E aotaoc For first class Auction Service phone oV write Ada msxca McCv erey u > AUchbNEERS > Wayside 1exasv a > c oix5sa otaftigsasgCTOaov Leave o r < I > s t > r PIioik1 to No 87 saoaroc aoaon zssosno...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 May 1920

THE l < f v is h o 0o D o yaaS aitg t TULIA HERALD 1 rtf XrfiZrr aac ev XKOLKMAM OWITAW 0 m pFP 1 s HARNETT OBHTAH Mtfc MrV s J S BNOlBMAK Publisher Bnbucription 3200 Per Year Katercd m mco < 1 < Um mail tt r M th poitoffiee at Toll Tata TU1IA TBVAH MAY 7 1M PROGRAM OF GLOBING EXEli C1BE3 OF TULIA PUBLIC HOHOOI Sumliy morning May JHli at II oelock llio linciilntircjito aortnrm will ho < lelijLTPil by 1rinhletit 1 A Hill of Hie West JVxn 8tnt < > Normni Colloge in In tlMrl t court room at Iho oourt Tuwlny night M y 11th tln > Honlor JlftM piny Ami Homo Junto Ted will he romlureil Tlmrsiliy nlghl M y 13th Oram mnr School Cointrionontnciil ttorih lVoloy nlghl Mny llth rtttltintlon I xcrcliot of grmluntoi of tho Till lit High School The liidt tliroo niimliijr will alio lie given In llio district court room Our grailtirttc for thl yuar nros Minns lowoil Mill Htinl Cantrell Alum flos Loin Muy Miullev Tliohiin Hiv ww Hurtle Iemmoii Kiiiiim ITitnkint anil llmiuio Huh Si...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 May 1920

43 m a I m prearinr 5 Tohn Soars of was business visiter In Tulia Tuesday Bryan MoTJonald of lilnimltt was n Tulin Sunday visiting with friends 1 V pay tho lilghet market price for your Crenm0 nqxEORD the Cash Grower i t ft JVoody Wojtcr of Lubbock was In Tulia Sunday visiting xvUti rrlalhc and friends f Mcwm Bosxxoll and Smith of tlio Flainvlew Herald wero esteemed Vis ltors in Tulia Sunday Messrs Wooley and Stephens of Chnnnitig note looltin after business matters In TutSa Thursday Messrs LVt W V mid O n Phillips of Floydndn were ntteiiding to business in Tulia Wednesday > C O Elkins returned Tliursilnv mornIng from Kansas City where he had been to market a car of cattle A A pretty dntightcr was born Momlnv April 26th to bless the live of Mr and Mr E D Mnlonc of Vigo Park Wo clean Silk Shirts Collars Waists and Droa os Ladles work a specialty CITY TAILOR SHOP Tulia Texas HMfc M G Stanford the genial proprietor of the Olympic barbcT hop was looking after business matters in Amnr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 May 1920

P i A kiX A n < V m yrfz i hi 3 f Tl W > c 1 9ttUSK r Aiur 11 + S V > JSr mz y GROCERIES We carry a full line of staple and fancy groceries We will handle your butter and eggs BUI mtwtnfM < iwwn I Try our Golden Blend Coffee 3 for 100 SHOES HOSIERY AND NOTIONS See our line of clothing for the laboring man j A few shoes selling at wholesale prices before our new shipments arrive ml We solicit and appreciate your business W F GRIFFIN trwwrKfiumrmmwum W < fT9 Wiif viucaxt rr ivcrsl car The Fur tcniit 1 Riin iltouf s n Hunnlnut in ii ir lnisiiu s nuiSfnui r solving the < i t i c t n > r ttl aiui iuit k tnutspur t fiiiv iir liuilikr TiiJtnij I C uior nil lin1 li < Ioal en uf Kri i aa tfic ivnfrtr1 vxm D ruble i i < nry Jy in ta year l ltl l4 ra w 1 LfGSPURiER riiliii Toxu A = Vw ask j rai e Hi mft ft Order of the State 8 > rlnt Mw tof Weight Mid MeMnrM EsUbUshlrHjr Standards for the Hale of Bread in Texas AVtlinUJAR n < tt ronferenrr held atl ittifl ofiic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 May 1920

n o i > 1 > l MC V jS = a i THE QUICK One of the Best > > aocaoc > PROSPEHOtTS FARMS DOT liCB KRESS COUNTRY MEAL OIL STOVE Stoves oft the Market t OQ We handle this line and gladly recommend them to ourlcustomers The Quick Meal is Mhat the name implies it gets a meal in hurry LINN BfOTTS JPLinn I J W G Botts AJRECK Staple and Fancy Groceries NOTIONS GET BIT PRICES BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE Postoffice Building Phone 42 IfESSSlOBOl Your Grain Business is what we want Lei Us Serve You COBB GRAIN CO g Phone No 14 tai B = = a ca E = aotaou Kress Texas IOC JAPANS CHILD LABOR WORKS A 16HOUR DAY 8 o B Nearly Third of Nations Two Million Operatives are Women and Girl Discontent Is Growing Among Them Cherry blossoms and snowcapped mountains mean little to these ksbr laborers of picturesque Japan For sixteen hours a day they stand t their machines with only one or two rest days a month Their homes are the factory dormitories and after two years many of them contract tuberculosis o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 May 1920

HAVING RECEIVED SOME LARGE SHIPMENTS OF Tires and Tubes We are now in a position to supply your needs in all sizes and types of both fabric and cords REMEMBER every articles is sold under a strict guarantee + t t i t + + SOI o n o 11O D o U o u o rsO rsD O COOPERS GARAGE AND MACHINE SHOP Phone 124 Tulia Texas lanti Ore icstia All New Plays New Vaudeville Between Acts Opening play next iMonria night SUNDAY SCHOOL AT 945 a m Methodist Church Preaching services dismissed L or Commencement Exercises at the Court House Junior Kpworth League 2 HJ p m Intermediate lOpworth League 880 Senior Epworth League 680 p m T C WILLETT Pastor Tin oHUJtoii or tub old timb khuciion IOC < > aonaoc 30QOC Look Who aocioc h II KLKV SAPU R lUMtlBU THE COUNTRY BOY A Rural Coinody Drama in 4 Acts NO 301 BRUWKS COMEDIANS Big Tent theatre with HARLEY SADLER Your i avurite comedian ONE SOLID it V WEEK < i PROFITEER PRICES Children 25c Adults 35c War Tax Included Big Tent Located on North Side of Square ...

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

5 < i fc V til > V 7 i v v > m 14 Hi 8 VI Volume 11 F o n o I O D iio o iin i itfHOI HcCreary Tire Rubber Co pv will pay I i000 Reward I to any one who can prove that each and every b S McCreary Tire 1 icr is not constructed with genuine A ISLAND COTTON FABRIC t and pure gum friction McCREARY TIRES he highest grade tires manufactured McCREARY TIRES will average over 10000 miles Crawford Pharmacy Sells These Tires IOBOE tiro Yanks Lie vi retur lonoi ectiou of the bast pe rardner in France c at work beautifying Cemetery where 2 000 ttan soldiers are buried Xa has not hail time to embellish fluA desolate area but the sr vrdner who for 150 yeais has 1 ecu employed by the presidents of Trance will cm ploy the skill for which he is noted in itransforiipm the srot into one o tho bermtiill invFnuict The AMeri trCrosSiviu provide rest houiie < i3itors t tlie < uf eten Tulia Texas IOC ItUMA GIRLS CH0RU8 CLUB g PLEASE A LARGE AUDIENCE n o o 30EXOK Lot Mrs Mary Graves Toll You He...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 May 1920

8P Bioads suSis Ti It < ji W V HWIW Inddark PPJui 50c Organ ipes and iial 63c am i and tss Goods ier Dress j 9 a3 f reduced Me r t p i Z d idk > 2 L TAM ustons A K i Ut itMK Choice of 15 suits worth 35 to 45 at 1950 Choice of 25 suits worth 45 to 50 at 3500 Choice of75 suits worth 55 to 65 at 1500 Choice of all 50 suits at 4250 Choice of all 55 suits at 4650 Choice of all 70 suits at 5650 Choice of all 80 suits at 6750 Choice of all 90 suits at 7650 Choice of all 60 suits at 4850 Choice of all 65 suits at 5250 Choice of all 75 suits at 6250 Choice of all 85 suits at 7250 Choice of all 100 suits at 8650 t L > l < < f J6lifei rUCr OVERALLS Special 700 mens blue zrimmMwsigk fisss IVERSARY SALE sale at e want to make 1920 the most banner year of our business record There are a num Jorymd number among our satisfied customers as nearly as possible every person in this trade je att distance from Plainview and there is a reason for this The quality selection and ad J jpiorefc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 May 1920

It l Ph I middies tripe a large ittbrt 11 93e ment and fl50 fl65 value special 119 40inch Pine Hearst and Chantilly Lace Voiles the bright new Spring patterns are of Georgette and Foulard designs 225 values special 98c i lose Furnishings Jleached Sheet Ideal good weight U9lf 198 FBId feleachcd Sheet Empire eextra wt 9lftrfl 209 P fPillow Cases extra weight Ken BU eacn 43 ° TflTiif Full Bleached Turkish Towel good TLf > 43c 94 White Dimity Bed Spread 295 rards Pannel neet 22 yds wide in white pjTecrue of Filet net applique this eentire ranging in price from 350 to 2250 per d at discount of 20 per cent llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll > onsalemtpersu 4i it A w > d number of men Athletiic Union Suits now per suit 90c Mens White Lisle and Balbriggan Shirts and drawers all sizes 150 value until they are choice 75c MENS HATS All Straw and Panama TTats at Reduced Prices One Big Lot Mens Staple and Fancy Hats desirable sti...

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

H Kf I fJ n M i i MidI i Mid I si I lhl n We vie Ulit He t ill iKllnst ilium 1 drive lido mtt XIUltlllN hi MUi UtU vniulrx vim vS 1 r I t 1 M I Hill I pi I III r ii MMh l i i I li i n Iii H i I ii H Hi H ii it W r Hi it IM ft I hi ill v i in i i M I i ii id C llllO l il In wiir ilil M > iii i the titOple of1 llllO till UVlflll iMlbl itllllMll Ik Urns ns theiv was tin Ilirtilde win to Unep < > r vuu Now juil Klini whilt the ailMX Of the wiir i ie I do not have to Kr 7 MDEHT Mil MS UMNSTM1WI DEFENDED DY HON T W GKfiQRY EXUNITED STATES ATTORNEY GENERAL Is it conceivable that tlie orin igii Democracy of great Texas shottlti ilo other tliati send totlie National coiivciition a rockribbed delegation wlio will eivlor and Maml for the principles and achievement1 of Wood row ilsons administration9 If I thought such a thing was conceivable I would abandon my plan to comeback here and pend my li < t years in this country ami in this State said lion T W Gregory former attorney gener...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 May 1920

sfv V OlflO V vmiiij men aim in e i > er to barn ainl uillui tu work The foll im U wn suHiiie ol what tr 1111111 i 111111 getR in tljs mirk 111 tlu Tank Corjn Mi li tu ull > a t 11k is jjo ore or lt than a eatery trcit r iliiiu by i isoline umtur It opcratiun and liui iltenauce on ai omit of It iiri mr In more ilifhriilt tin n that of my com mirnirtl trai t < > r on tlu nnrket Tnks are so expensive that their eron are reiitred to iinileryo t tin rou h ulirM ot Jiiitrurtioii liefoiv hein illow t to liaiiilli tliiin The itir Pi inillnlii drii intf oiling rejinirs as eiiuims tubu rfitioa i uitiun eti Tlie in trintSun U eoudiictoil by offiieri especially fitted Ur that 1 nrk and nun foiumisioted officers vJio liaie 4hov11 iimrkctl ability Jilotiy particular lines The enursc ii ioubine theor with rn < ti < ae and am pie instruction equipment it provideil to jennit the men to apply each days work at once The machine that are broken by the ntuiltnth during tluJr training ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 May 1920

f lit I > Wfr 2400 to 2750 values at 1930 6500 to 7500 values at 5195 1900 to 2250 values 1520 1950 to 5750 values at 3960 39 SPRING DRESSES of Serges Tricotines and Jersey Priced at ThirtyThree and OneThird per cent Discount ranging from 1631 to 6334 SILK KIM ON AS AND NEGLIGEES An unexcelled line to choose from 1250 quality now on sale at 1000 2250 quality now on sale at 1800 fl 1 Other Qualities in Proportion 2650 to 3750 val 4500 to 4950 values 1767 ues 2995 5250 to 6250 val 6750 to 7000 values 3395 ues 4495 7500 to 7750 val 8000 to 8750 val Kvcry blouse at a big reduction read below 225 choice Blouses priced 395 to 2875 in fourteen groups at 1330 yJitiS 3975 to 4250 values at 31M 1250 to 1500 values at tfus9 3250 to 3500 values at 2595 7950 to 9850 values 2000 to 2150 values 1195 3750 to 4250 values 1945 5250 to 5950 val l ues 3149 4 ues 4950 ues 5334 7500 to 8000 val 9250 to 10000 val 11000 to 12500 val ues 4495 ues 6167 ues 7334 2450 0 to 2750 val GEORGETTE AND CREPE DE CH...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 May 1920

pi tens flIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM One 2250 Dress One 2450 Dress One 2500 Dress CHOICE 1198 One 2iUH Dress Four 3000 Dresses Four 8250 Dresses CHOICE 1931 Four 3500 Dresses Three 3750 Dresses Four 3950 Dresses One 3975 Dress CHOICE 2334 Seven 4000 Dresses Ten 4250 Dresses Two 4850 Dresses Four 4500 Dresses CHOICE 2664 Fivo 47 50 Dresses One 4850 Dress Two 4950 Dresses CHOICE 3165 Eight 5000 Dresses Three 5250 Dresses Eight 5500 Dresses CHOICE 3334 h rtjt Four 5750 Dresses Two 5950 Dresses Four 6000 Dresses One 0250 Dresses CHOICE 3835 Nine 6500 Dresses Six 6750 Dresses Two 6950 Dresses CHOICE 4334 Two 7000 Dresses Six 7500 Dresses Six 7750 Dresses CHOICE 4667 A nominal charge will be made for all al terationa Nothing can be sent on approval J sMa nA 4 One 7950 Dress Nine 8000 Dresses Eight 8500 Dresses Two 8750 Dresses CHOICE 5295 Nine 9000 Dresses Two 9250 Dresses Four 9500 Dresses CHOICE 5995 One 9750 Dress Four 9850 Dresses One 9875 Dress One 9950 Dress Two 10000 Dress...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 May 1920

n 1 i r V A W a i m i W I M f aa n a ns a HIM M M M IBM IBm u > APP1 U AT10N ULANK riimriT t lnl ZV Crtvvoiliv Oil vt Ui in 1ui T Xh llwtst iUi r iij kiili tri t icii In h rt < < i li > k of the Ornyoila Oil A 0a lo I ir M lm U lulh muI mul iiyu uiiOh nlilot for whl lt 1 Uro Uh homl > u f hi full ityuioiit If tlm UMUiuiit of iu s Vi oriii w ti i 1 < nr moro it u glvui V Itli tlu utul ritDiiiltig thut 1 nut to r < uixo a Imuo nit ttvo oirw ot oil laud for cacti l > 0 ubsftil > fd l y u < out of Uic lioldiMjp of Tlio Croyoilii Oil A Qtfaj Cwtniuniy > loams iu r TuiK < > tit louiy Texd but not i tlio four s vtiuu drill cito Namo v Address AKE CHECKS TO M It v 3WfrTt15ff 1 Jfv w nV i < The Greasiest Wild Cat In West Texas Is Now Being Drilled Out on T uk ey Greek Hall County W HAVE STARTED AFTER HIM WITH 20INCH CASING TO FIRST WATER SAND NOW RUNNING THE 15 12 f m < > INCH TO SECOND SAND STRATA THIS WILD CAT HAS THE GUSHERMARKS AND BRANDS I...

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