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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 May 1920

ace r If xM 4 m t Ptr M friendships pa r fw Volume 11 BOOSTKM AHD EXCURSIONISTS TO BS IN TULIA NEXT WEEK Announcement has been wade that tho Ilnlnvlew Boosters will be in tVdin axlTTue8 l y M y 18th nt ItSOoVJoc The boosters will bo nceoniiimci l by their band anil uuiste souvenirs nn i murlmcnt wilt be the jdeninr feature of their t H Lot tis nil make firntnpe rocnt to meet our friend from Plnin Tlrrr end M > v Vr leqwviited Word lids aUo been received thstt the nineteenth nnnunl trade cxenr iqn of the Chamber of Cmmnorco nnd Mnnti faotuiers Association of Dallas will Arrive in Tnlln Slav 2Uit at on Fridny 12JG0 m and rciart at liSI > mp Thomson will So to Austin tor the Thesc excursionists traveling la a N > session of the Lejiwlaturo which ore Current TEXAS FARM BOYS SPECIAL How Texas farm boys may compete for berths on the Texas Farm Boy Special which will tour eighteen states and part of Canada during tho first three weeks of August is told in infor illation which has ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 May 1920

y a t > r k I f iJa < v t I MBS KRNB8T WHITE Kditor Litt ott Corns Doesnt hurt t bit ami Freezoiio costs utilv a fiw cents THE HAPPY IDEA FIRST STATE BANK Of Happy Texas A Guaranty Fund Bank with Capable and AccommodatingjOfficers J P WHITE President MRS C G INNES Vice President E A LOGAN Cashier C O STONE Assistant Cashier DODSON TELLS THE HORROR OF CALONET without griping or limiting you sick I want on to go back to tho utoru nnd get vour iiiotinv Tuli ntliiiiiil todny and tomorrow you will feel wcili nuil sick mid nan stint I Dont lose n day Take n spoonful of harmless vugolublo Dod uriit liter tono tonight and wako iiji fcilllllg Splendid HENRY VAN OYKH WRITES OP MO VINO DAY Long ago In fir njkly1 in ijn < nil liit ol iltinciiM when Pemniido Wood was itiiiinmiiy Mayor of New rYnrkj nuil thy perennial offer loioonco You Dont Noftd to Sicken Gripe orof tlio IVnhina bubbled ovur in mti Salivate Yourself to Start Idvor Youro bilious sluggish constipated Yon feel hondnehy yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 May 1920

a f j m VKa 3 m > kA IM c m N 20 o D o s PPIP IOBOI We Handle the iWl BANKS MfaM StitMNt tW Hmmn Cm 4 tk TWJA MNK I TWIST COHTANY it Tulia State of Texas at he clone of business on the Hit dar of May 1920 kUaW la tike Talla Herald a aewapapar priated aad pmWtkU at Trtto of TfxwXon the Uth day of May 1020 X X I M74W Emerson BrantiB ham Tractors and Plows jjp a m iwk ih > SwwiM a m wsi > i etii wiati si m V SEE US WHEN IN NEED i I OF ANY OF THESE i pr ivvi wvmwiiK O D o Conners Garage j Auto Accessories Oils and Gasoline Phone No 34 Tulia Texas at the 11 oclock hour SabbatV > jjr AT TM BAWltT CHURCH Sunday school at 10 a m PrcaehhiK at 11 a m ami 7 < tfi p tn Senior 1 P U at tStSO Wotnana Auxiliary Vednesdav at 0 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday at 73t J p u The elituvhea all over the state were j Vcd to olnerVe Inst Sundav Moth n as OW 0 Jcr Daw Ouhtc to the fart that Mav v Loans and Discount personal > r collateral 2St 0iu jm Wa the day iet apart for the bae Leans real...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 May 1920

IS St js rnps rjBjr M Mi i fil < l i Him < i I l Ml I II t + V + i ttmii 1 to iiinio t II n > to r 1 > l Iii i n III ti I Ii 1 Hi 1 I it 1 It I I li I r I 11 1 THE TULIA HERALD XHOLBMAM ft OBRYAJf Owner BARNETT OBBYAN BdltoT J Hr ENGLEMAN Puullubnr BntacTlptlon 200 Per Year Entered u econdeUM mail matter at the pofttofflee at Tulla T tiMjIA tkvah may it mso III pllliliahiiiK n nowipaper tli < TP nrc many irrplcxini ir l > tonii that en tor Into lit1 work mie line II i p a Jirtril iintl > T to jjet llic inuva nml we mtjit link now ledije our liolcbtidiiom to our frloinh for our Mirreasei in tbii line Ami alio the itinttor of printing tliO Ilorntil mi time ii ut vital Importance to ill With ill j > d intention wo hnve IpiIiIciI to pliimiuli a rule in reference to receiving ro < y for ndver tNriiienli ami news Tlmtriilc it Hint nil ropy tniint I in our office Itoforo noon Thnrmlny only in rare hiilamei will wo deviate from this rnlf My linv liiH all ropy in o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 May 1920

W i i 1 THE TULIA HERALD Volume 11 NATIONAL PUBLICITY CAMPAIGN WILL BOOST WEST TEXA8 The National Publicity Campaign of tliu Ve t Tox it Chamber of Oommeree through which it ha born nrrMifteil to vi it 250 cities and town of sixteen > tites of the union with airplanes too tion pictures exhibition truel and printed booklets is rapidlv boitii arranged and the pnrty hope to leave Wisl Texas iw early in June as po sible IV O 11 Lluyd of Vega known throughout tlio countrj as a great West Tovni booster has been vpcikltig to meeting of the business men in many towns mid countus and not a sinj k uudiem e lias failed to express their desire to affiliate in this work and place their town before the tuition in order that much of the adverse advert is in that has none out of this country may be corrected and that the people of the middV west and etst may real io that West Texas todav nf < Vr jreit er opportunities thau iinv other < o < tlon of the lonntry Dr Llovd is endeavoring to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 May 1920

s V if V H J A jai ft 4 t GROCERIES We carry a full line of staple and fancy groceries We will handled 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 j A few shoe selling at wholesale prices before our new shipments arrive f We solicit and appreciate your business W F GRIFFIN THK DRAMATIC SCENE WHEN THE OEKMANB SIGNED THE AltMIB TICJE IN A FRENCH RAILWAY CAR They arrived In the dark of night and mik tlinlr plans In Him name inr rlago lit lit flrnt Then the marshal < urn in Ilur mli il ilnwii loeh tin ii ri nl tlio final rrnilltiiiiiH of the llllllHtUo TIlO wlllllf if tin iloiiiim nt > gone through with Hm two iclicd nli h I In rinding took it lent lime Tin n it wiim again discussed The Orr ii in i uiliiil for i urlnlii iiuinliir of IliTilimm l o li granted mitm lint n fiiii < l tin nthem All tlilH went mi intil ilinrtiT past five h uxkiil tin ITinniii In xlgn mi tit l uk page before Him final...

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

Swopston was a visitor in the jfo Park conntry Wednesday Mr and Mr Pie Skeeii of Sllverton were visitors in Tnlia Wednesday We pay thcvhiirst market price for eur CTeatn 0 HUXFORD the Cah Grocer ORINO COMP nnd a good line dfNotions Bargain Store lrttfe Mis Fannie Lockett of Happv is in Tnlia visiting nith her friend Mrs D Amberg Plenty of Good Hosiery Gingham at Jones 20tfe Mist Bertha VmU has accepted a position as stenographer at the popular Cooper Motor Company lri L Tucker left Tuesday evening for a business trip to CitehiUo Xow exifo nnd El Pao Texas VllEE One pair of Trousers with n Suit ordered frottiNthe EAGLE TAIL PANYA Pho done 1S4 20 tfe J V Skipworth Jr tho industrious cashier of the Farmers State Bank of Kress was a visitor in Tulia Saturdav afternoon See our Misfits We can save you Tno ey No Trouble to show vnu EAGLE TAILOUIXO COMPANY rh ne 1S4 20tfe K W Yoss of Port Worth was a business visitor in Tulia Tuesday and visited with his friend Coiintv Agent H G Ware Tor pr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 May 1920

haf f k 41 A Ill r At < 3 B Jw1 IOC ocrioi o n o 11 aoiaioczac nocaot aocaoc No 87 aocaoi Til Kt f J i < J4 No 6298 Repwt t CmIUm t wtrt h ii THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Tulia In the rMnle of Texan at the efo < of luirinent on May 4th 1020 itrsouncnsr 1 Loan nnil < lUcnunt JnclndinK rcilf rount oxrcpt these alionn in ti and < 37 t i Cl Totnl lonns t3fiIS7flt f Foreign Ullls Af IhcIinttRe or Orftft aoll w h in ilorncincnt of thh linnU nol shown umlrr Jtrm d fiitnvc fife item rii 35h J 2 Ovprdrift iMiir l tJ11310 iiiuecurrd 035310 6 V B OoTernment tccmitlca owned a Deposited to ecoiiTc circulation U S > onds jmr value r000000 i Owned nnd unpl ed 5000000 k Wnr SftVliiyi Ccr tltlcnUs nnd Thrift 8tnint nrtttnily BA r ontieii siooo k r Total V 8 Ooverniiicnt pnritc 10081000 8 Htock of Idlml Utfiorvi Itnttk 50 jit rent of sol nnnfm ncrptioH I 300000 B n Vittne of brtnklut Iidnsf omtcil find ttnirieumbercil 1200000 b Equity In Jmiiklnif hV nnnnn 11 Kent catnto owned other t...

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

o D o o D o o D o ui J P Linn kOHOI THE QUICK MEAL OIL SfOVE One of the Best Stoves on the Market We handle thisMne mend them to our cWo The Quick Meal plies it geti a meal LINN It 170 171 27 20 25 21 ty S3 4 s5 00 07 OS flu Up inntainm in ill JlSbO acrih or12 square uhIoh 1 nvo ryniis hiw b len aipoiited pre tldtofr ufticcr of saiQ election mid he < in hcleit two jiidfci > ani two ilurks to v ist him in holding tin same and lie siiall within fivw diiysfufter snid iectioil has been luid mLko due re rurns thereof to the ConlIni siolcra Court ns required In boldiilg a general y oTet tjon r Ait persons who are legally qualified > votin ot this state and of this County and gladly recom mers what the name im a huiry G Botts V A BECK Staple and FahcyGroceries NOTIONS GET MY PRICES BIFOREiBtmNQ ELSEWHERE Postoffice Building i Phone 42 Lome IOBVOI COBB GAIN CO Phone No 14 lOxs Kress Texas aocaoc = lll l II I to tile and 171 to the UuudJtlU County liu ThetiLC West to jdme of Wcginni...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 May 1920

I f iH K7 M 1 HMMfir MISbON U in li 1 NO l i I I i only one kind THERES of srvice hero and that is the sort vcd look for if wc stood in ybur shoca We nerve as promptly wo would COOPER MOTOR CO General Auto and Machine Work Vulcanizing Tiros and Accessories hone 124 Tnlia Texas Yt1 vJt A t t A if t t J 11 > 11 s i I i r n i i it U I l 1 1 Hi I i > 1 I r Mi li t i i I e i Mtusioi ir > Nw Mr A IVti r j Qui ul Korea mul Jupui Mr AI Kilcr0ase UtbiUSBiou Tin New tfri tu tin I ir JJast lOsl b > Mrs Sterneiibotg Part 1 iihiiu after the War Mrs llert Kiletohsc Part 2 Japilt ami Heeountrut tlon Mrs Mnriou Tucker Iiirt It Otiangiug Couiiithuis in Ko Mr 1 It Wml Y M B h Monday alglt Cornel sirii t ui hm ncc ftutttu TB ft i ask to b WiaL Vvfs Jve tile sort of Mdvic3 v e would value as to ratttry enre We mane rc > ar8 ws cm t1 is h we would asJs to have them made 1 V V V J V A V V V V V V V V V V V V L V A r f ilolIU Mothers Day will be observed at the Methodist Church With appropr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 May 1920

f 8 gas W2 Volume 11 Last Thursday and Fridav the clos ing ecaool for Tulla were hold Thursday evening the district court crowded room was with patrons and j friends eager for thu graduation oxer1 cises of the Peveutb Grade At this advanced to the l u O r tilr uv 1 re s floodbyo were as true little gentlemeu and Indies Salutatory OBryan Ko otprints5 > T E Class Will Vcrda Raymond Class Address Woldon McFnrling of thu High School Valedictory Emblems Roberta Hutchison In a few well chosen words Superin tendont Savage delivered tho diplomas to the graduates All the pupils honor and respect Prof Savage < and ho is not 1 > good sclrool year for them It was a pleasure to us to listen to tho Class song AVo Hope Youve fhls was indeed intirtiintnent To The Variety Store n Salutatory Lola Mae lindlev Springtime Tulia Club was and Aunt Ilecky l > tcr Fincher rcc ciiufeing each other as sweethearts of younger days and deciding to cast their lots tocet er for the balance of their ble...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 May 1920

Ml i a sk > BAKINGPO > fA s = aocaoc tt > < wi a vV OP j8 v notaoi j x > Y Makes Such LightTsty Biscuits Just let mother call Iliscuits for li Urenkfnst I Were sure theres tt treat that cant l > c beat in store for us light tender biscuits toasty brown and all pulled up with goodness 1 For mother is sure of her baking powder Calumet She never disappoints us because CALUMET B BAKING POWDER never disappoints Iter Its dependable Kcyilts always the same the best Try it Caltiiiiet contains only such Ingre clients ns have been approved olli tl illy liy tlio U SImmmI Authorities You Save When You Buy It You Save When You Use It nHjllLO 1 AWARDS aoaei aocaoi t If you lfM < r > tu < for llirn eirs IKnu tin month of April students or more on tlo > enslicHrv li i i > m the I ilun tin morse In public health nurs crop basis 0 pinrter smtiii r t liut bullion for union r fullowrl li it i > tlui KiiHtcrn part of yvviider i unity cotiimniticnto irouipttv with PII ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 May 1920

b4 V IOI okxo I o 0o IOE IOI 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 BOTTS J P Linn W G Botts aoi D e V A BECK Staple and Fancy Groceries NOTIONS GET MY PRICES BEFORE BUYINO ELSEWHERE Postoffice Building Phone 42 OM JODOl IOE30I IOE Your Grain Business is what we want Let Us Serve You r COBB GRAIN CO Phone No 14 Kress Texas SHEBIFFS NOTICE OF ELECTION gut of Texas County of Swisher Notice is hereby given thnt an election will be held on the 21Uh day of May 1920 at the school house in Common School District No 22 in this Couuty us established by order of the Board of County School Trustees of date the 5th day of February 11117 which is recorded in Book 1 1agc 17 of the Record of School Districts of said County to determine whether a majority of thu legally qualified voters of that District desire to consolidate said District with Common School District 10 of Swisher County in order that a hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 May 1920

t it It Hi jrf THE TULIA HERALD mfSLBMAK OBKYAtt OwMM BAKMBTT OBR YAK Mltor J S ENOLEMAN iMbtlnher lie ie ll > r plre wet weal II IV 1 t t 4 Ji < A iinnlTifi i lit lib I li Hn i ii it in i liur ilds < 1 Intt tie ivie t i its and 1 < mi i linn ii let11 Ml I nf In I skv Win t When mi I il iNl in i nvi > d WM Subscription 5200 Vcr Year Entered a socondclast mull matter at the podtofffee at Tiilln T ns TJ7LIA TKXAS MAY < > 1 TUB TAWllAUDLK A Prose1oBm lf 1 I mi fiili tor Canadian IleCnrl d < ii < ore tin ll 20 teflon ot tie PiHbMidl Pres Association Far from the < nirrliif restlns tides of the Jtu t beyond the touch of se flali men irl the rnnffs nf r 1 ami hlh finance Out on the rim f the world plnrod high on o platentt nf tableland whose magnitude of Io > kIIi and breath Is that of n matchless empire Out in tli full Hub and vision of heavenA mnishlne llei a landscape fashioned after natures purest ideals in the boKitinliiK of tlinei Lies n landscape mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 May 1920

J VA M 4 I it A V Vrituat 11 Price Brothersare leasing considerable land in the Whitfield district and in the Vigo Park and Red Hill sections for summer fallow wheat farming The leases which were made last week were for halfsection tracts These tracts will be plowed with tractors and gotten ready for wheat aa soon as possible To get advantage of the present moisture three tractors are starting the HcCreary Tire RubberCo will pay 1000 Reward to any one who can prove ihat each and every McCreary Tire is norconstructed with genuine SEA ISLAND COTTON FABRIC and pure gum friction McCREARY TIRES are the highest grade tires manufactured McCREARY TIRES will average over 10000 miles Crawford Pharmacy Sells These Tires Tulia Texas LBABINO XAND TOB SVKMBB WHEAT fAXLOW FABJCNQ breaking of one halfsection just west of Whitfield In most cases Price Brothers who am most extensive land owners in the county are making these leases lo farmers in the eastern part of the county who know it to be an exc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 May 1920

JT 4 i > sr if p s I 31 f r ii 600 550 500 450 400 350 300 250 200 175 160 Via V > All Ladies Ready to Wear Reduced CHILDRENS SHOES Shoe for Shoe for Shoe for Shoe for Shoe for Shoe for Shoe for Shoe for Shoe for Shoe for Shoe for c V i 5 wf A i4 rM GoBsard Corset are included in this Sale SPECIAL ON ALL LADIES AND CHILDRENS SHOES and LOW SHOES All included in this great money saving Sale 1650 Shoe for 1450 1350 Shoe for 1100 1250 Shoe for 1050 1100 Shoe for 950 1000 Shoe for 850 850 Shoe for 775 750 Shoe for 625 475 450 425 375 325 295 250 210 165 150 140 Every Item in Our Big Stock it Reduced Mens Hate all reduced STETSON and MALLORY Makes Boy Shirts and Blouses at reduced t > v v AH Boys Pants at reduced prices Mens Trousers at money saving prices J ftfWf 4jMlW f BOYS SUITS 2000 Suit for 1650 1800 Suit for 1575 1650 Suit for 1450 1500 Suit for 1250 1250 Suit for 1075 Mens Crepe de Chine Shirts at cost plus war tax Reduction on all Mens Gloves Summer Underwear at substant...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 May 1920

r ii > t r ip LOCAL AND rOBONAL 0 M Unger of Plninview was a business visitor 1m Tulia this week Wo pay theTiWhejt market price for your Cream O ltfXPOHD the Csh Grocer igtfe Earl Porter was in Amarillo Monday attending the meeting of the Panhandle grain dealers Plenty of gooosVlotir Sifters Milk Strainers and other Wttiele in tin ware nt Jones Bargain Store > iMfc Chas Moats of the Santa Pe bruise and liuilding gang was an esteemed visitor in rmr office Tuesday and give us a alee order for stationery Attorney G S Williams of Plaiuvtow attonding to lepal business with the district court in Tulia this week Suit ordered froinHhe EAGliK TAIL ORING COMPAN Thone 131 20tfe Mrs C K Lee of Hale Center spent si portion of this week in Tull ing with her son Robert of the telephone exchange Mrs E II Hall of Waco returned lat Saturday morning to her home af tor spending five weeks in Tulia visiting with her danghtor Mrs Burnett OBryan RESIDENT ANli NONRBSIDENT LAND OWNER Imtyour land with...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 May 1920

< I Bf f if stut iii Htr lCiii l > Llrll L li > V I W nii I JI 5 r j PV MM ERNEST WHITE Editor FIRST STATE BANK Of Happy Texas A Guaranty Fund Bank with Capable and Accommodating Officers J F WHITE President MRS C G INNES Vice President E A LOGAN Cashier C 0 STONE Assistant Cashier HOW TO MHET THAT IKSURANOIl IOHANOU IN ItEOHUITINO SYSTEM 1IIEMIUM Tlnii linn changed tlio old tlmo rogu Few are tho people today who hi not1 Inr unity in mi innnv vvnyi that tho curry nt Ion t hiiiiiII amount of In I hl tnncrx hardly rceognio It School Hiiraiiro mi tholr Uvea The percent of iton iriMuroil people W defroniiliig rapidly each your HecaiiHO tlmy have failed to make arrniigonifintH to pny tlio premiums which fall duo yearly on tholr iiutiir anco it nonsliliiriihlu number of people tiniitiully allow their polh iea lo Inpac Thin meant loan to thiin iiihI their fain IliiM aro without protection Practically iimily percunt of the pulicloa which lapno are ullowcd lo tin ho Iipc autm tlio p...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 May 1920

By boosting yon help your koau Wfcea you ft 1 bilious luggi h < outtpated and all knocked out and btlicve you need a dote of dangerou cmlomel juit remember that your druggitt aella for a few cents large bottle of Dodson Ltrcr Tone which ia eatlrely Tegetabte and pleasant to take and is a perfect substitute for L D Lockett of Happy sas an up prociated visitor in our office Tuesday afternoon Ho gave us an order to change the address of the Herald for bia son Bonnie W Ioekott Mr Lock ett was formerly chief petty officer on tbo battleship Arirona but hits been recently transferred to United Stntes hip Eagle No 32 with headquarters at Caen Sain Canal Zone and is inline for a commission on his ship Mr Lockctt reports that his son recently wrote him thnt they tvero recently 15 0 miles out of Havana when their inn chinery broke down and they ttero ut tbo mercy of tho waves A S O S call was sent out but through the work of Officer Lockett they got under their own steam by the time a tug c...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 May 1920

F < A p V tA ft y tJrji > j > t aMWMVrff vtf f V ti mbl M CI TtM0 Rubber THREADED doesnt protect a battery against abuse anymore than a check book protects you against the high cost of living But it unfailingly guauds against need for reinsujation during the battery Hfe and that is a thing that never can be truthfully said about ordinary insulation COOPER MOTOR CO General Auto and Machine Work Vulcanizing Tires and Accessories Phone 124 j + + + + M + + + + i x i GROCERIESW1TI Tulia Texas j > + + H + + + + + + + + + < > s If There Were No Churches WHAT THEN Honor and clean living would be undermined Crime in all its hicleousness would prevail You need the church The church needs you Cant beat the 1 1 Methodist Church Church of the old time religion 00 A M SERVICES 730 P WILL iY 1000 REWARD for ciirtcl pit cnl HiitlitSo of 1 M Jalco 1Jrown a tramp originally from Aikan u > and who at onetime ivsixltnl m Tulia Ttxiu AtldrcBS Dennis mitnonnann Attornuy Tulia Toxas M...

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