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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 January 1922

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 January 1922

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 January 1922

IS i KUESS t KUESSKIUNKLES + i nro very sorry to report MIsb ho flrlmth on the sick Hut tills fir basket hall girls worn not win Vrs in the game ihoy played In Tulin FF111I Saturday Willi Lnvo but wo emi n wo are vorj proud of Miom Tlint is only two games tli i ti i < c Inst md iifHi tli ire romlv for another game there for some time Tlioy will tliolr future home there Kresss Pearsons gnln lev Underwood held his regular np llntmotit at the Baptist church flun < Jny at eleven nnd nt night EpMrt ho Mothodlst church Saturday night flTfce crowd van not largo hut all prcB ijpii sttv it was woll worth time to go PSwfii MliMr Brown of Dallas was a business riliUnr in Kress Monday l Ht Leo Krvin happenod to an acei 4m Sunday night On his wny homo Tulla ho turned tho enr over Of wfso It being a Ford tho car wasnt Mt Leo was bruised up hut not so ously hurt s Mr and Mrs Everett Hudd who hae boon living noar Hart Texas arc moving this wook tt tholr place noar Snydor Texas TRIX A FRITZ ju...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 January 1922

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 February 1922

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 February 1922

f TTXn COMMERCIAL COLLEGE arVBfl A WAT FREE SCHOLARSHIP Mr Ralph Reynolds Of Bryan Texas won Uio iOTjtK scholarship offered by the Tyler Commercial Collego to one Interested In taking n commercial nourso who would guess the nearest sumbor of enrollments the school would have in 1P21 Thin young mnm is very fortunate In getting thin scholarship for it cntitlos him to a business course in the largest commercial school in the United States and gives him independence for lifo nt absolutely no cost to blm for his tuition The Tyler Commercial Collego is of ferine the same prtac for this year to the ono guessing the nearest number of enrollments for U 22 Only tho e who wish to attend arc eligible to the contest If you are to enroll in a commercial school or would like to do < o be mrc to writo the Tyler Commercial College Tyler Texa for a Guess Blank Bnd your guess number tvill be recorded at onco You will also be given any information you desire concerning Hie school rill in yitr ninio ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 February 1922

A vV pi it t jw ttr > M fM Mqi WOMENS OLUB8 AND KOBMAIi BBOUQHT CLOSER IK DI8TBI0T Canyon Toxas Jan 28 The crca tUm recently of the Seventh District of tho Toxas Federation of Womens Clubs with hoadqunrtcrs at Plalnviow bna dcvolopod n plan of study which will bring closer togothor tho womens elubs of this district nnd the West Toias Stato Normal CoIIcrc nt Cnnyon Mm 1liooho K Wnrncr of Clnmlo is chairman of oxtcnHlon work In the din Irlct nnd to her is duo the plan which is now being worked out whereby credits mny he given by tho West Totns Normal for work done In ttio Womens Clubs Mrs Warner Is a pioneer worker among Tcxiih women and hoi heroic work in organizing anil developing club activity In rtiril communities is almost a household byword wherever hi Texas womens work is known A committee representing various clubs of tho district will meet in Canvoii February 3 and 1 to lay their plans before the authorities of the college and to gothor with them to formulate courses of at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 February 1922

THE TUL1A HERALD ENQLEMAN fc OBBYAN Owner BARNETT OBRYAN Edltor 3 8 ENC1LEMAN Publisher Rntered a neeondrlMi oe ll m tt t t the poitoffie t TulU Tx BubwripUon Trice 5200 Ter Tew Six Months SI 25 TnlA TKXAs7rBBRrA Y 3 1022 V jwanf < SUNDRY OBSERVATIONS Bv Xicodemus r wires IT Oil1 ige r x tvl r that i X Cars > i limped rgtlhfr as j wntie IV Ol i a arc gett ng ardent it they think rule A f < ti iv upI trdeu o his o ir r M retorted Wed 1 iirr 1 m t tt i if and foci like a colt < sud cricked Iv heels iirf of hu iilat < mrnt If in i li will surelt think iliw lug git a woman be Well i ilic h can ss > But in a neighboring own is one near seen feet high and nt frwise big m proportion to height Her hands are nnn ene and hrr l e < t fourtcons probably and yet withal she is just as refined and sensible m xny woman could be and does not at j u ity that is ours thats an inter ting matter Whatever you may think the ma who will do the speak the ides of building our eommunitj b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 February 1922

X riytfc > M fesu > tta jrWi wwiiw jvit ny f lq L ANI rjKJt ONAI Tho O H 8 rejpiUr meeting Feb r ry 7th at B orloeW p m Ur ad Mrt Joh BurgeM of Happy wore Tulla vtiiltori Monday Miss Daisy Martin spent tho weok a4 In Amarlllo rliltlng relatives luy A Corlaador of Amarlllo wan a buslnosn visitor to Tulla Tuesday Mrs lonaio Bark of Canyoa is in Tall vialtlnc her ion K 0 Barks N V 8 Vlttrup of Amnrillo was n aaslnoss visitor to Tulla Wednesday Miss Ruby McSpnddea is tt homo again after n months vi it in Amnrillo Mils Johnnie Kstos of Ilorrfonl is pending a few iliyi visiting Miss Dot Owena Miss Lonn v Oox of Ilninviow spout Saturday im1 Sunday with Miss Myriam Stewart N B MrJickli Ortst or coal rcmem I cook Udyjg te louRht from Urea U MiTl A Rlvator Com sTitfc V J Nen and O O llaker wero tajong the many from Happy who were ia Tulia TuesdaT to see about paying tieir taxc < r A K Currj and Mrs Ouy II Tomlinson left Sunday for Isose in r smnso to a mesHaRC that Mr lurrys other wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 February 1922

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 February 1922

v HMff XOPB KBW8 and lln Ben Wileman spent nday nt the homo of Mr and Mrs vo Bran John Loriag and on 0 lton In business trip to Plainviow Hun nnd Mr J A Kvunn ontortaln number of young folk Satmday with a party us Kmma Hutlor in spending tho with hor undo Mr Iolo Mny ft in Tulla and Mrs IFonry Uutlor and fnni itlondod church In Tulla Bunday f jtr and Mm Kd lairing wore shop ilg in Tulia lridny Mr and Mrs it M Ford and Mr laid Mr Hcott lord visited Mr Mur Jrsv Kvnns and faniil > Sundnv Hvorynno is invited tu tin singing cry Sunday night at Now llupu rt VJMjHtlod Tho OM Jijsbioned Yjie giytyjfor thi > lionnfit Kntiir < liiv night 1V1 scTirKil building Ad Orts lull janie w bet w ceil V tllei v 1 4 Wedno n ijtt Now Hope I J ioiii Now Ho i t ninrjor of Now York lVvcu Et Pol in v i Tr HA1 SVAl1 Three Mes tl SnlV ind giiiranecl Avford lur V p < u Tracy s a milium eggM ii hen liy one old lisli don t cackle fi wli it ho lu ilonc uliv lire fish we overlook lie useful ben wc prie M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 February 1922

BB EH su immiiiiiiiinimmiBnwmiimiiiiiiiiciiniiiigiiiiiiiiin t1 w m 3 s m C Jordan Zimmermann LAWYERS r in Texas GROCER F > SJOGREN I Auctioneer r Dt t v < immmmmmmTmmiwn Watch ThiSSpace Each Week fora Special Chilli 3 cans for25c y Eggs areSOe per dozen in trade Get our Prices on Groceries and Produce before you buy or sell I Phone 56 CASH 7 J C Stobaugh DENTIST TtrLIA TEJLAS tnk ACmiaULTTIKAL MEET j FOB HIGH riCHOOLS Tho Vocatlounl Agricultural moot vrill bo hold nt tlio West Texas Stnto Normal CoIIcro All hiRli schools that hnvo 41 Voontionil Agricultural Department established will bo eligible to enter tennis Tlio exact date is not known jet hut it will probably he the latter part of February This meat will bounder tho direction of Professor Philips head of the Vocational Agriculture Department nt W T S X 0 Tho judge for tho contest will probably bo from tho extension department at Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College Kaeh team will be composed of three members with on...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 February 1922

I Eli Da Mr made l h wooV mom Mi ilv n h le 13 li other Will of llu > school ruarj lltli mission V j ui 1 Tin n ull M i i V x tv nut N Hi > JO u 11 in i i imil i i l 1 t mini w V 1 08 i li A ioe V 30K30E IOE30E aoi Your Watch s should be cleaned and oiled bedoneridht IOE v Irecinct No 0 1S7 3BUN8WIOKS tocaoE IB BY NTY CITIZENS 1 i ml kindness of Doputy Col Eubnnks wo eocurcd the 1 formation in rofcronce to < lax payment and exemption > n ire issued to Swisher County ILirlw ni > U 1921 as shown by 31st 1922 Hi ndfish liw 1 639 Win tho met 2 10S i > t the popr jct No 3 72 Pi mforii cinct No I 12fi w Irecinct No 5 7S Plnins Irecinct No 0 15 Precinct No 7 200 Precinct No 8 85 learly equalled the receipts thnt dato re were 1111 poll ta re Waiter has kind owing information iections in his oflice iitlcates 15 Women there were 223 poll taxed of whic fiftyseven rhis o vomen ee t i < < in tho City J 79192 which tho total to lendld record 1 Valley View turday directing ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 February 1922

Pd feKLY FINANCIAL REVIEW Prcparod for Tho Tulia Hesrsld by the RMoArch and Statistic Depart merit o tho First National Bank in St Louis ffwik endinR Tohnmry 2 1922 Tho Dcpwtment of ARTicnHnro liu Jnst made public figures for tho full reur of 1021 on live stock of all kinds neat from tho farm to market Tho total Income which raisers of live stock rocelvod from salos was 1068231000 tn 1P21 as against 2913398000 la 1P20 a ahrinkage of 945167000 for 1921 Approximately 3000000 less anlmala wcro markets tn 1921 than during 1920 id on tho o that ucro raarkoted irroat T reduced prices vrero receive The Rrcatest avcrago decline was In tho price of hogs S5 CS a hundred pounds The tie 1 ne os cattle was 32 on lamb if nm on sheep 4 3 per hundred i u ds T irn ers Tcreived n Iota of til i 4r40f s or tu ir hoc in 1921 t ir litnni I f < r their rattle tliev c H f M 4 oon s ind for thiir i r ia1 CM T r atfi r e for ill Ine stock IV > er r i tin pn t i o r lo 1 V t V jii ont l 1 1 i > i 1 w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 February 1922

1 i 17 TOXIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS IWIowiajt U the Hit of pnpUa of the T H hljrh school who made Memptloa graces for tho mid term examinations oadlag Friday January 20th 1022 The pupils attained thii desired cad by making an exemption average for the proceeding throe quarterly examination which Include two quarterly examinations and the third quarter by daily recitations The list follows Seniors ay Blvens 01 12 James Bochran 03 1C Mnrgarot McDonnld 90 1K Ruth ODonnoll 05 Aadrow Utieli 00 Volmn Sheltoy 00 14 Tenth Grade Lillie Wheeler 00 Ninth Grade Dexter Finchor 00 Roberta Tr itcht > on Ot 14 pins Josio Nuckolls 01 11 J K OBryan 01 11 Btellii Ktrnngo 00 31 Eighth Grade Thotn Oeorgo 07 12 Unxinn Ocrdos 95 Hunico May 91 31 Vtrglo Mnynnrd 01 34 Hayden McFarllng 93 dladys Stalling 93 The exemptions in tho other grades will be published next vroolc o Tardiea Tnrdles for tho fifth month of school were 110 Four rooms do not seem to have improved vory much half of this number eoming from these...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 February 1922

v TrW I Oi tc cutiAcy Subtcrtptton Price 200 Per Six Months S1G5 The n < i i so i gn t n s t st wrO nw e sMl ent Hr s on tied 1 > o of e Vle > r TT of > 1 l I wl > Vf fifteen He n 1 nifuuunKurinniimuRiiirn3mfjmfa iH8asffiiifi X m Mnrn Eia r e K H eta e E S a c iia a a a a s s a a a s e E K seavrca Year SUNDRY OBSERVATIONS By Ni cod em us V r < T storv li ii w n < isolate lum self from evervbo id be a hermit Tho reason was sn n ccovced Susan Betts to be that he reented i rfTrJPHjL i J A cxrArssy PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST J jq XMEWyAL 9UXUITY STottE 7t 7kxAS THE TULIA HERALD ENOLIlMAIt OBRYAN Owner BARNETT OBRYAN Editor J 8 ENOLEMAN Publisher Rntered an seconddats nrtl natter st the postoffie t Tulta T t and thought no more of suicide It is just another way of enforcing the age old prenfhnient that only in service for others cur the human heart bo happy and content The greatest exnmple of I manhood in tho world snid of himself that he came not to be ministered unto hu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 February 1922

f X as jD r ocaon O n o u o a o < < v LOCAL AND ItiKSONAIi jj A McBpnddon In iuito nick thin igf v > Hldor Alva Johnso spont Huiday in t < knoy Another light snow fell in Tolls List flomlny night rou No M7 BAItK irdC bed Ilu no 0tfe i Min Churlio Ilynlor of Vigo In vis Itlng Mr Hoy McMurtry this week t Mrn 8 B Dinwidillo and Miss Hally Hutchinson spent Tuesday in Plninviow Mrs Hob Hdwnrds and children lime rottirnod from a week visit to Mllvcr ton Willis Mnloni of near Vigo Park in visiting liIn daughter Mrs Maud I > ove Jowoll Lock nf Canadian in visiting his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs J 0 Jowoll LOST PaiNof RnuntTcl gloves Hat lirday night l ij > hYwdnt r > f > y i > V 4jtr please return to v Uiss Anlup MiRpnidVn mil Mr an 1 fart II ttrtnlfort wen Itor last iriduv 30D0C tn ii illn in JMrt Voto Jennings returned Vridnv frSm tho Plninviow sanitarium where ahj underwent nn operation JTlMpr Alvn JoliuHnn w is call I to Turkey Tlmrsiinv to undue tie lun tfrst ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 February 1922

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 February 1922

r I if 41 r 4 l PIHAaANTJIAIBM Urn W It lonoo vlallod W A Martins Sunday Mrs 0 Huxford wnii out thin weok u buslnos Mr W A Martin visited at Mrs A IVinnn Saturday Mrs M K Lilly Iiiia boon qtilto sick l > t U better at thin writing Hdgnr Davis mill Charlie Thlgpon worn in tnwn Wednesday on business Our snow was appreciated though It was not deop onough to bo of much Rood Mr C K Thigpon sold out to Mr 0 Iluxford and Mr W II Martin will ovo into tho ranch house Mrs II Craig of lIniuvlow was Thltlnp In Mr and Mm C R Tisdalos Soino this week Iittlo Jakio Pnan was loft nt tin koine of Mr and Mrs W A Doaiia mt Thursday l > y Mr Stork Mrs It A Scott lnvvrmieo Davis Hurguy of Vigo Rnrk wore visiting Urn 0 T3 Thigpon Monday Little Worth ami Essie Thigpen came> o mnki thilr hntuu with Mr and Mrs K Thigpen Worth saya ho is dos tinoil to bo a farmer whilo Ilssie a v ihool tonchor KODAKKUS A Tr < r nc ilninviow next hm Lisxcn Vffffr every muddet eitm KELLOGGS to tut Ktudtes because ro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 February 1922

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