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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 February 1922

ME 1 in K o t SV5 RIGHT 1 IF WE CAN TEU SAN GET Hil e ei hoi x t W o tOU HAVE JUST COME OUT u PRS0N TREE MONTH6 60 VOUVJERE ONCE ZE of IRRRI6LE TRMN ROBBWRE h ° Krf tin N THREE POUfNRS EH ILL USTEN TO Mx Bronn n I iTHAT NOBLE SayKAljout olcer AHGtOOP o i N A H MRPOKE5 VA VOUARESO l ± ilL VThj ts a OBLE AN0 J y yjait TILL J t TH GVP5IES I GiET HERE JESVJAIT d V45SAUL < t ZE QUEEN SHE SPEAK ONLV ZE i TRUTH 11 IstAN ZE AVJFUL OUTLAW J p fir S o GIVE YE THREE MINUTES f 7 TO QT OFF TH5 RftNCH N a j 4 i 1 FLAKES v TANKS BOVS I L3 feat s > U MAGAZINE SECTION TULIA HERALD TtJilA SWISHKIt COUNTY TEXAS FEBRUARY 10 1022 yf A 1 HAVE IE PLEASURE TO I INTRODUCE ZE VJONOERFUL GYPSY aOEENl SHE TEU IE PAST PRESENT AN FUTURE f The Cowkicls of OJoy By 3VL M BRANNER IF YA WANNA MAKE SOME MONEY COME UP TO TH RANCH AN TEUTW FOREMANS FORTUNE H15 HME IS BlUDOKES SUT ITU5EPTOOE 8LACKLEQ HES 1 OUTA PRISON THKEE MONTHSJjOWjJ fe an he s a reformed 1 TRANR0B5ER AND OUTLAW HE HA0 3 VINES BUT THEVRE AUPEA...

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

+ > General Sherman never traveled on an army transport from Belgium to the United States i penally on amy transport with G3 Gretchens a 1 12 Suzair < aboard or he would have aerded Y famous remark and included life or the or par wuvp in the same category as war 1 or tl > tui it n their way over the hus l o < t ir my < a well as the of rs of ie > P < mcr ar diers r rr h es if Amer < r I a happv tr bor and ron tt l i v < j U mixc ir uay out a 1 trange j rg 03 German wives a i round dozen of ders on the same i those who did I hrd Oh yes I v iixed it from I i < Joed eacn other They Sang H > mn > o Hate M Ihf 4nr < f the nv Cai tgn i in Amitcu da11 be re Christina tuning ii m the Khi < between tin women were l < voyage of tho Brooklyn a few f 2 KoldnTs re td th battles idigi O ocal They sang at each other with enom In every note lip French wives say the Germans blarted it and the Germans bay it was the volatile French who lit tho fires of dis...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 February 1922

L ISTT Current Comment local and nationalBy t t HHNllY FORI II is not my ob ject to advertise his flivvers They arc constantly 1 e fore the public in great numbers and make noise enough to attract attention in any crowd and the jokemakers wont let people 1 o r g e t them I might pause long enough to say the flivvers have made jt possible for millions to see something of the world who without them would never have known what was going on beyond the sacred precincts of home They have given outings to thousands who knew nothing of outings before They have made it possible for tired horses and mules to have a little rest In giving the flivvers to the world Henry made a great contribution not only to education but to the sum total of human happiness and he also made a great contribution to the comfort of beasts of burden But Henry has other dreams for his race He is anxious to takeover Muscle Shoals and pay the government handsomely for a project that lias proved a mountain of expense an...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 February 1922

> i i tn WOMAN HERO FIGHTS TO PROVE THAT SHE IS ALIVE Down at San Antonio America greatest woman World war horo Miss Alone E Frawloy who has been wounded and shot buried alive and bombed and carries seventeen wound stripes on her coat sleeve is now facing what she calls the toughest job of all that of proving to the world that she is still alive All this comes because following the bombing of an emergency hospital in the trenches at Chateau Thierry she was officially reported dead in the government war casualty records A E F thats what the boys over there culled her because of her initials headed for France two months after the United States entered the war She joined the Ninetieth division as a member of the U S army nurse corps After that things began to happen rapidly Wound stripes after wound stripes went on her sleeve At Tours a hospital was blown up All but two persons in the building were killed and she was one of these two In another case a piece of shrapnel broke her fin...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 February 1922

rr Jhoro is an old document kept In a church In Murium which U 11h that in tho year 1525 a certain liana Zlnk wan engaged for thirty cents a week to wako up all those in tho congregation who went to sloop during the Honnon on Sunday Zlnk wan a human alarm clock for twenty years but at tho end of that time was dismissed because ho had several times been caught napping himself while preaching was going on will out hiids < snos Dont plnllt KletlU teul nr mril jiiliijiimHii < l with wkiI iveil p 1h nijuirit 1 to 1 ilnyt < < l > rlldl x uli tho kmil i > C tiU frmlnntlnn leal 200 Per Snmi le ltllll hiti 150 In 1300 Aililllliilinl mi roitr wouiu laii iiAiiitns llui 1C0S kurt Wen 111 Icini HUIM ON IAlEU FIRST All kinds of drafting and Designing Done Special Plan HooksStock Plana II O KEMER Architect 100iVj K in St Dallas Texas AUTO PARTS Wo buy old cars and tear tlicm up for tho Darts Wo havo parts for almost any mitcu Word Ostrand 29021 EIM ST DALLAS TEXAS AUTO Jusy ul &l...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 February 1922

ITS IN DALLAS RoqueMs for Information in rofjard to pmIcc or merchandise offered in thl column will be gladl rumi Iij those flrmt COSTUMES ELITE COSTUME CO I fchcj mil qurnd co twmf for re for hiMorlChl ml rliuMUC plit > Mm BtrH nnd imiqurfii W rurtu til dr uu n nA vitrt ho etc l < r v t umr K rtn IV j HOiS Mm 1 h rr r l i lni n HATTERS Old Hat Made New wood a edwards 11 T KKXON rOKS 427 S Ervav Si flails jr < sit W atod springs vxles m vrings r itr i i es s prrgs i hi3cs > t a r i ns Standard Spring le Co 103 So Houston M Dallas ART GLASS MPRS Everything in Glass Chrrh wind j tie t > j Oi tV lump ihadr i nlu > id h d Tiifw cjMiirpd Chir i U mi iti Wind Dallas rt Glass Mfg CoD l Trla PATENTS TRADE MARKS nftuirbOrrawEO for lnvtrt s Jick A Schley USPilTEHTlTT0Rr1Ey 305JHTEBDRBiIMBLDGIMUil5 3l9WtCtUuBUI VUSHINCTa > i TOOL GRINDERS FRED J LAGLER Grinds nv Edged Tool Mail Ordrr Gnn eprrial attention Iaprr Cutter Blades and Plane Biu vulomaiicallr Ground 1601 Br > ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 February 1922

I BITID RESERVATIONS FOR TEXAS Sinco President Roosevelt established the first bird reservation in Florida in 1903 at the request of the Audubon Society the idea of such reservations has spread ovea large portion of tho United States and is now invading Texas The Texas legislature recently enacted a law authorizing the state land board to lease for fifty years to the National Association of Audubon Societies tho various famous bird islands situated in Laguna Madre on tho Texas gulf coast The marvelous birdlife on these islands was brought to public attention in 1011 by the ornithological work of T Gilbert Pearson of New York City president of the Audubon Societies He estimates that the total bird population of these islands throughout tho vear falls little short of 100000 Among the birds resorting thorn for nesting purposes in the summer are Wards Herons Snowy Egrets Louisiana Herons and BlackCrowned Night Herons also thousands of Laughing Gulls one colony of Brown Pelicans and vari...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 February 1922

m When the first excavations were being made in the buncd uly of Pompon some Anurkan tourists found iars of prosmod ligs in the pantn of a biuiM > One of them was opfiud ami tho fnut wliu1 d neon there for two 1hi > i < iiiiii was found to t > c fiish ano good It hail boon i > if into il irs in a boat oil state an apcituro which had boon loft tor the steam to escape having been afterward filled wtih wax The next year fruitcanning was begun in the United States RUBBER STAMPS Stpnclld S ala Celluloid Buttons Badges FRED L LAKE 4 CO DALLAS Catalogue pre Lrrrrns n ruim row MIBMM 101 TON j x ioi in nobler Stamps StrncIK Metal Chrck Seals etc t5 Mechanic St CslTeiton T BUSINESS COLLEGE RAGIAXP VeAW Palis Teiii THK SCHOOL WITH A lllll TATIOV The MKTBOroiJTU hs Wen in nirce ful operatiun 34 oirs it farui K1KST in Tea a a 1110HO1 111 nrd 11 > i 1 HI K lonri tcisl < r > M v l 1 T > hill M lUUh AM fKVMTl OKK > M W r Mi a TE e Si u > U r icr i siMs ard S ih Se t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 February 1922

Kat r m paocaoi o J1raocaoi TO S ion quontly ho will try to bito the moat and jjonerall d a signal victory wl aocsoc i 1 Your Watch old be cleanedLahd oiled 3 iH > past onese atfmv Bring ijt I and resV sstired it will d hjd dom vtht if 1 i estiiT vnt fleweiry uo Ho if those 0 short thero re J30E BRTJNSWICKS 30E30C aoaoc COLUMBIAS Be patient wjjh everyone but above all with yourself We moan do not be disturbed because of your imperfections mid always rise bravely from a fall onlv the bravo do that the hands and from waist down Dr Mclarling was called and at the time of going to press wo hnd not learned as to his condition nocaon SOI jerliaps 1 piece of meat into niK until the lion is hungry inv end of a long stick Very like will not touch it at first but peril many days or if he seizes it his 11 not be such as to indicate thank Jut by patience and persistence hi iiicid by and by to come and > oin the stick and eventually i j > s hand i IOC Ahan luntarily approach anr1 r coop...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 February 1922

n w A rnii i sit m i n < > iin t > tlirov n ucn Mm ni tt srid iafjf tii i tjf lie cening r Complete irra tons will bo inn are orapleted TSSIflfe wftfl SHORT OOTTRSB ASSURED Thl Community Fftrtunate In Securing Important Sarins of Meetings A scries of interesting and helpful meetings in agriculture horticulture gardening nnd home convenience ha been assured for thio community through tho cooperation of the Agri otiHural Kxtension Department of the International Harvester Company They vrlll be held In Tulia on Monday and Tuesday March 13th nnd 14th Tho purpose of the meetings will be 1 i > it < J itin veK < i irirge < < i a treated i > t > n i > dMit 1 be fe or fit i o ti as thev Mr T A White Says If You Have An Automobile Keep RatSpap If I knewabout RATS > AP last winter would mue saved120 My car was in the garage for a few weeks during bad weatherjNjjhen 1 went lo take it out found tluit rats had eaten prcat holes in two new tir Got them later wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 February 1922

LIKE A PBAIBIE FIRE OonsolidatedBehool Uortunt it wMplnf All Sections of A ric4 By A B Maedonald The Llttlo Whtto Bchoolhouse obm hailed an tho Palladium of Liberty has boon indlctod tried and condemned as unfit for us6 In ovury tato tho sentonco of destruction pro aonneod against tho onoroom school is being carrlod Into oxocutlon Communities that used to point with pride to tho number of llttlo oneroom hcIiooI houses that dotted tho eountrysldq nro Bhamed of them now Wo havo abandoned 131 oneroom choolhouscs nnd luivo only six of them loft in tho vvholo county nnd wo nro getting rid of four of them this winter boasts Randolph County Indiana Wo nro gaining on you nnd will soon ovortnko you asserts Irolilo Cminly Ohio to llfiudolph County Indiana Wo havo only i fow one room school1 left in tho county nnd before tho end of another year they will till bo abandoned Wo can heat you both proclaims Oklahoma Wo havo two whole counties in which tho Inst oneroom school has boon rooted out In ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 February 1922

r PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST B tl tla is- S B a IS a a n u a a a a m a u m ttb a a a a s A r Ml enjif hid i > 0 1 > > t 1 uli < r < U OAtiTY STORE 7u f4i 3tf THE NYAL THE TULIA HERALD that tnbcrJpUon Price 200 Per Yew Six Montk SI 25 SUNDRY OBSERVATIONS By Nieodcmus mumtx and nenrlv eiS over n nexv le if I feel aboit him ie orv blv has turn So thi s the wax So felow eit n Vxvn in r t n ox cr i e v I > r thf e r Ixvaxs trx ii p tl c K i i no o i crme a uri > t i i to the we Rsel1 IT Con > rclixers a 1 i tnre 1 re > l < n tl < Tex f o a t of xvbidi is lnt all about cs s wealth of exer irl if xxe In < p power of disioverr ind the diffi n < i > between the sc t n h n successful man is th it power of di ox ry which the successful man has ird the other man lacks Ta a central Tpi Wanted tt > knoxv the whf gjjjpo v j vrtcT is i nxraf5nt f3 Ctn m the rjr < as > sific3 columns of the big dailies rfan whereabouts of Anxious everything mother forgiv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 February 1922

M I rP LOCAL AND PERSONAL Horhort Crawford made it business trip In Amarillo Uonday Mm Fred Andernoa has boo qulto lck this week with tlir fin Utn James White is spending two woka with Mrs Georgo Reynolds Mr and Mrs Karl Wesley of Happy were business visitors tn Tnlli Tuesday Ulas Mnry lion Koberson nf Hereford spent the weekend with Miss Pol iron UlnsOJ Allro Wnlilrnp anil Frnnkiul < > 4iky Shepherd were Plalnriow visitors1 latarday Uario lloxford will not tie stile to ttond bcIioo any more this yinr on arrount nf ill health FOH fttal3SW gnrtu voiine tiles cumin four year old AVIS ArnevvTc As Wednesday the ve months rter of Fort work J 13 72 Mlss Winnie lingers from the ea tart of the county spent the week end with Mr K O Fontier Miss Minnie Cooper has returned from Jhr east where she went tn buy spring < > ds for Cooper Merenntile Cot Misses Annie McSpndden Iorena Jor aii ami Mnry lce Francos and Mr tSydn Bradford were Kress visitors Saturday 1 K Davis tlinlty farmer n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 February 1922

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 February 1922

i < aft W a rtU rt JaMHftMCM M > IHOOMB TAX IK NUT8UBU WHO Slnglo porsona who hod net income of 1000 or moro nr gross Incomo of 5000 or more Married couple a who had not Incomo of 2000 or moro or gross Incomo of 5000 or more WHKNl March 10 1022 Is final dnto for tiling returns and making first payments WIlRREf Colloctor of intornnl revenue for thu district In which the person llvos or hns his prinripnl pluco of business HOW Full directions on Form 1040A find Form 1040 also the law nd regulations WHAT Four per rout normal tai on taxable income up to 1000 in excess of exemption Right per cent normal tax on hnlmce of taxable incomo Surtax from 1 per cent to in por cent on not incomos over 5000 for the year 1021 + naxgesoon Thedford1 V I TOASTED ti CORNFLAKES iWs Many perpoi otherwise vigorous ytind healthy aro bothered occasional with Indigestion The effects of a dlsordrd stomach on the bj strii aro dangerous and pi pt It Imont of lrdlgea li > U nipm t pt 1 be n > l > hi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 February 1922

P > Ml 71 r gm Htsnnttw K Wi i > fQf Wfjftot i s > v wmmmm > WMw w rW iaiBl jiimiimiiu i SllllWlUlllfc Y A V mmmmsmimvmmammmmm3Wmii ku ftT Phone 56 ecaoc a o D o D o D o M 301 30E30E rf tip old fellow UXF CASH GROCER 30E30C 30E30C Jordan Ziramermannli LAWYERS Tulia Texas M KUK 0 rr T > f k Trai r cr tcsie Tbcy ay cat ctll yott miv bet tfce ftn in tie adttsd iI r r iy Jiea yau arV tte bU One Hundred Sacks of Potatoes S285 per Hundred Pounds 4 We pa Cash for Edds aind Oiickens sskksemem ir isr1 tfifviuwiwwrsrai n F SJOGREN General Auctioneer Kress Texas Special attention Given to Al Sales of whatever size KTJP BXLE LfJ NOW 12 FXO t tS ice Until ittlo u w soup tiiroutfh thifl aoraoc 3QDOC j Bt is town iitli Ttilin r4 B Detroit We want a dealer in every County in Texas Your County nia y be open We carry in stock RepYir Parts for every Hupmobile in use Send us the Model and Number of your car J R OVERSTREET 225 Throckmorton Street Phone Lamar 551S Fort Worth Texas Register...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 February 1922

hy < r jyTT3ssnw zxr g ftvynt Jewelry nomoc BRUNSWICKS soaoc ft biggest banquets ever git a was held in tbo Cleuniu Vlarago Thursday night in dr boys foot ball and has thins and the girl basket four hun the loyal ire front of I was given to table space uich of each table was filled things to eat prepared by nan Herman Johnston and fjill of Tulias housewives 3 irtists iptry purpose of the boosters I jiil was 10 honor the boys steam for their recent ureal winning tho twin diitriet fhe fait that all of Tulia hem F l a people a number of m present to enjoy tho fes iftlon acted as toastinastor tile meal kept the crowd well ijUvitli talks and jokeB and tltif old songs which ho had J4od tho wording of to suit in This singing was one of of the evening and kept fthoring in best nf spirits Dawson offered the prayer Sw Iuct joiosomo talks full of advice JM am fun wero mado by JBagwoll Miss Daisy Martin Mwest who introduced thoM hcrn of both tho boys iHl basket ball teams and ball teams Otho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 February 1922

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 February 1922

lei mi 1 f I li M nit 1 1 TULIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS Aftor the exciting basket ball game 4 af tho past few wooks tho pupils are Kflln contorlng upon their studios i Next week tho quarterly examination 7will be hold Bottor roports as a wholo iy hnn Inst qunrtor nro anticipated j Tho giant strldos and slido hnvo boon l eomplotod on tho school grounds and kjnaro iipproclntcd by tho pupils M Our basket Imlls boys arc making t > rrnngomonts to lonvo for Austin tf whoro on March 3rd and 4th thoy will engago in contests looking to the win sing of tho Toxns chrimpionship Tho girls nnd hoys of tho baskot bnll teams Miss Daisy Martin Profs Bagwell mid West and Mr It M Fielder wcro cntortnlncil with a splendid dinnor Wednesday at tho Crystal Cafo Mr and Mrs Herman Johnston nro ideal and thoy did well their part as host and hostess upon this occasion CARDS RE IK STREWS Alabama Lady Was Sick For Three Years Suffering Pain Nervous and Depressed Read Her Own Story of Recovery Paint Bock Ala Mrs C M S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 February 1922

IF if X THE TULIA HERALD ENQLEMAN OBRYAN Ownen BARNETT OBRYAN Editor J 8 BKGLEMAIf Publisher Rntersd aa weondclkn bU tt r t thci pontoffie t Tullt T xa bucriptlon Price 200 Per Year i Six Monthi S125 TUUA TEXAS PEBRIWRY 21 1122 in fine shape about a hundred came forward Sunday him in this manner A Rev Fisher is his own stenographer tin lUrad will gladly carry this message fur him Wo givo ht following iiota1ion from Rov Fi = hers letter Wo liave never met fin r lot of folk than the Tulin folk and we hall alwav remember pleasantly onr work there When I can servo them again they only have to command me We hope to seoyou and a lot of oter Tulia folk when we aro in our work at Plainview We aro supposed to open there May 2th and I hope that we may at some time during the meeting have x Tulia delegation on regular TULIA VI GUT > vTfTorvybur fiastorsand cnuruies they have ever had 1 beg to remain Most cordially yours ALBERT C FISHER Phil 413 o Rev and Mrs Fisher and Rev Little eerUinly w...

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