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

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

Tik > r jHirstt The > r a ban f t x a door of u < r i penaitted i Ct a > W H ipn ns he j ia wth u e tnerokee In o a el 1 CVceks their it Ht i > a a tr a 1m bsdlv wourd t In a e ha 1 of lalapoc a > o > j Tavery here wo hn pro or L retimed h i > in rrnty whe lnSt 1 orr5 ° Rr fir rj h study o w Te a attcrLfyTenexs Ofxjalfut t1 office ofi rgrict aforrey u > srOf iei utttnt pt sera a11 i aor rtrt the m U > i t r rf vir he was oat v assress was ejected e and before hs econti term e ss elected govern e ir e < ee He eelected goernor soon after his marriage n he was but 36 ycri osd Ail at once ftout asgrarp any ica o v his ran e duct he resijrrcd the uf ce cf poxernor ndoaed ht young wife cn ed c ztoa vcr minuter < at < r u A s r t in w seev tefei T i rrtr i t J i this rime of the > ear < v y rr r as agar we semt me Jt f th earl a s of March lsS6 Aln t three geera s is have g ne yet the Alisso t stands heroic monurser 50 Texas uwrty and l notisa ...

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

SEi IV pffi > THE SOLDIER 110NITS HILL r 0 t t t tt t t t t < it Statesmen arc now axing their brains to the utmost in their efforts to solve the prohlem of the bonus for the soldier hoys The country is hie the hoys who put an end to the Kaisers dreams and amhitions further compensation and the honus must he paid hut how to raise the money zwwl S is the groat problem con fronting the President and Congress It is with deep regret that many of us have been disil lusioned in the mutter of what the government is Most of us used to hug to our bosoms the load delusion that the government was a poise affair and wasnt made up of anything that it just existed We believed it a eollossal lung that could do anything and stand anything without injury to itself Its wealth we believed was boundless and its dollars innumerable We were glad to see any person or any class touch it for a few thousand or a few million since its money like the widow s cruse of oil did not diminish by giving from i...

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

VILLE PLANTING IS UNDER WAY IN RIO GRANDE VALLEY Acnnhrg to information coming from the slat department of markets and warehouse the puintmp of nmsh cucumbers cantaloupes bnn aid oki > under way in the Ro tiTMvie allcv i ntions are that there will hi a cons utijre gien to thee tntKn < aid thrip ha done ma tfi i damage > t dbbace cw > and it is NN iv ibat v < on ha been cut from 10 H j r tVv vlr > V nunuiR to market I voir doc c tin cut in the crop > > < price 1 M < sloe of last Feb l < Uh i hi wn to i o allev a v 11 Vs general > ot Sin I i pokes v i 1 in ifliv < 1 1 d at ihee pi hiwovir growr bt mg b n 1 tt > e to i ii n t of orhk and dihvery ti > mi rv prtf cifirtd aid th mato plarlinp in the valley pr tically i < rplte and rvuh of the acre ape is up Y V no authonativo report has been received Morn the La red section the< n > n < ip < ii tlor ijod to K m pood ootid i though cbtrat c condition have retarded the deek > pn...

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

3A IH RUBBER STAMPS BttnclU Oola Celluloid Buttoru adgot FRED L LAKE CO OALLAG Catnloguo Frea INTERNATIONAL AUTO SCHOOL Inc 1913 Train you to rtiti n flinp or nrt in writ III i II H nr il r hcp Mixrn imil South Amirl will noon Bit nuUn unit ninl will mulu for tutiM liuy tirma lrfw luitlin Write or cotnr 70717 Ho PImm HI San Antnnlo Tim AUTO PARTS We liaic rifw DKfrrrntial ami I rantnlrnlnn parti for any rntwlnr nr mid lHIH puU for oil ram HXCIIIT I OHDH V rile u for pilctH IIAITM A lIlJWIAItll AlTO IAltTS CO lltpt A Dalliii 1cm Phono y1710 Attention Mr Ford Owner > ou NrM a i Ico DnyXiirjit Gihnliiif Cnugo Acrurnto anil lliriul hla 1150 Poltane Pruialil Miuirybark luaranlco TWKHDY HKOWNH Distrlltutciri 003Va Main SI I 1U 1 u Audits Wanted AUTO PARTS U o buy old cars nnd tear thi m up foi the narts Wr huvo putts for almost any make Word Ostrand 20024 KIM ST DMIAS 1KXAS AUTO KUSy Ut0 SOflson liere Prepare now rUTnnT otiiUULini k ° oiJ > ying positions Write us International Aut...

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

ITS IN DALLAS Iteqursti for Infnrmnfinn in rcRnrd to crtlcc or merchandise offered in this column sill be clndl > ctxcn hj thcsi firms j > iiAf ft < COSTUMES II TTEBS Old Hat Made New Y00D v EDV MillS 11 l ilM VlOlis 1J7 fr I rn DilU We t SPRINGS AXLES HiKIM < TOOL GRINDERS = i c itr v ii w is o Sprnes Ait 1 < a K l i A i l Ms 1 d K Slandard Sprint sv Axle I o 103 So Houston M Dallas ART GLASS MPRS Eerything in Glass i fit J hdr > k th t j Iu as Art fila Mfs t I ait as Text I L PATENTS cv TRADE M VRks iaiMcujCiBiua sHiNCTaMc FRED J LAGLER Grinds nj Edced Tool Mail Orders fotn tprnal Atttntion iapcr Culler llladr and llant Hits utomaltrailr Grourd w 1601 Bryan St Dallas T < = < > BEAUTY PARLORS A Wonderful Opportunity to Learn L ty Cu1ur Pmate Lraori Dipona V teach al baithet o the a irie udltis oUj LONDON BEUTY SHOIIE Tie lscr a ci t rcifrr ir La as Itl TH KOIJRfRs Mir SCHj Main SI IUirrarnt HAIR TOXICS urn he hud IS Best Hair Tome on Lurth J fr iiald fs f...

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

TUB DEW OF DKATII DEADLIEST WAR GAS II in an in teres tin fact that the deadliest chemical for use in military operations was discovl red by the allies though it was ni > t ready for employment in the fiVld when the armistice was sijkneel Of this substance details aril Riven for the first time in a iliopular work by General Amos Jc Friesand Major C J West LHIi of the United States artm m their admirable book hem ifyal Warfare published by McG wHill London England wh ich contains an exhaustive accoiivnt of I ho whole history bf gas warfare Thr chemical in cuieslion was called Lewisite after Captain LewM of the American army its discoverer Its technical name is 1 < hlorovinyldichlornavsine and it is a faintly yellow liquid three Uimes more dangerous than Lhe terrible rajo gas Wm Not only is it a vesicant I can ic of burns of about the lp m san order as mustard gas but th < arsenic penetrates the skin f f an animal and three drops aiid on the abdomen of a ion e are sufficient ...

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

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

v m it an 1i i 1 MM i 0wh ncco gas > ifj a ume I 1 Illlcgiui be mi iiesses An ili Jil 13 churchmen ever brought together l r the final windup of tho Centenary Lr nprigii launched inlOlS and now in Tfr vcai of its progress l 1 ided that tho week following Sunday be used as a folio w THE BOO Til CHILv DIA wants a community i ti i offer THE r los Nr tind en earnest effort made Oary payments up to dnto quarters ehow that sixty full amount subscribed y campaign is now due rty per cent has been unless this shortage is Southern Methodists will il > in missionaries and other < t re the vast missionary pro ujirrrtTAl 1 osi jy Jim subscription fiftv million dollars for this l interest to Texas Methodists that tho credit for a World is duo to Rev C C Selecman astor of the First Mtehodist i Dallas It is said that Dr in has already demonstrated the j ity an cfficicency of a World > since he u > cd this plan in his legation last Easter Sunday anil red an offering of 000000 Hut real...

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

< Urf OM C n o o D o loaoc ioaoc o o D o o D o 0E30E 20C30E 0 D o I0E30E 10E30E O D o o 0o 0o a o n 4 > A M4fu > W JJ < aocaoc riWr 30E30E 30E30E aOESOE Hupmobile NOW 1250 F 0 B DETROIT Wo wont a dealer iu every County la Tesas Your County may bo open Wo carry In stock Repair Parts for every model Hup mobile In use Send us the Model and Number of your car J R OVERSTREET DISTRIBUTOR 225 THROCKMORTON STREET Phone Lamar 5518 Fort Worth Texas aoaoc 3QEZ0E 30E30E aocaoc I0E30C aocaoi ONION PLANTS NOW at KILCREASES CONFECT LONERY All Other Plants in Season Phone 193 30E30E 30C30I T < 7 30E30I 3 IOE30Eo D VARIETY GOODS Jones Bargain Store aoaoc aocaoc aocaoc aocaoc aocaoc aocaoc losao O D O I0E30E 30E30 J 3 3a 30E30 wid a hom bu when you will need or farm i GOOD GARDEN PLANTS I am again prepared to furnish you with BERMUDA ONION PLANTS Now at 25c per 100 200 per 1000 CABBAGE TOMATO PEPPER and POTATO PLANTS In Due Season Prices Right P O Phone 173 CONFECTIONERY Tulia Texas = ...

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

ktt 2i pie Aspects of the I Farmers Problems i Lv By BERNARD M BARUCH delimited fro n Atlantic Monthly IT How what la tk fanatr tiktafl Without trying to cUlegu th ra > atadlal meaanrei that have bt a mf H at d In hta behalf tha principal pra rAaal that baar dlrevtly on tha Improvement of hta distributing and taw kotlng relatione mo be anmmartxad M follows rirat storage warahouaea far cat toa wool and tobacco and elevator far grain af uffldent capacity to meat the maximum demaad oa them at tha peak af h Markattag period Tha laraier thlnka that either private capital tanat fa ml eh these facilities er tha state mast erect and ewa tha elera teta and waraheuaaa Second welghlag and grading of agrtcuHnral products aad certification thereof to ha doae by Impartial aad daofntereetatf pokUc laspectera this la already accamptUhad to some extent hy the federal ltcanalag of weighers ad grsdera te eliminate anderpay lag evercaargtag aad unfair gradtag aad to facilitate the atlltzaHun of tha ...

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

y THE TULIA HERALD ENQLEMAN A OBRYAN Owwri BARNETT 0BRYAN Editor J 8 ENQLEMAN TtlWishtr Kntrrril i > c ndrlM mill raitter t the postoffife t Tull T SnblcrlpUon Price 200 Per Te r Six Montk 125 TULIA TEXAS MARCH IT 1P22 SUNDRY OBSERVATIONS By NieoiJetnus Style Blc s u wo would do any thine to be in style Some women hl rather be in vtyle than to sec their husbands cheerful And some of those who co in style rarely see their husbands cheerful because ho has to dip up for the Missus Now if she caulo to 1 im dowered of unlimited cash he would bo cheerful when the first of the month comes but the averse husband does not cot much boot when he pets a wife nnd hence the somber firsts of th moathi o Did you ever think who makes the stylest Big dry goods merchants make them Tfieibiggest dry goods merchants Cross lire intiChriMian Jews who make the fiiiMiftWilWlCii V i ifypfNi BAPTIST W M 8 The Baptist VT M S witl Wednes da March 2nd in all all dny mission tudy lUv sure you como and hriiiR yo...

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

f r atraii I a 1 o a o MICA I AND PERSONAL TWO ROOMjJFOR HUNT Phono Nj j SOl lltfo IV 0 Connor wm an Atnulllo visitor SutTmUy Mm Tamos T Halo spent Saturday In Amnrlllo lo BALK coming oo n THK UKX ALL STORE < lotf Charllo Spoor nd family hnro boon Icic with rnMhiii wook ITMiss Miss Lcnn Parker loft tho flrnt of the weok for Huckholts to visit her lirotlior W W fltophonson Mid K 0 Murks mudo n business trip to Happy Thurs Howls Loclridge of Iowa 1ark was in Tulla Thursday anil Prldav on Imi Mrs Potter Klous and Mrs ttoss Nolnnd wore visiting in Amnrilln Mat tirday Mib Iora Trillin attended tlai style nhoyr hi Amarillo l t week and visited friends Mr and Mrs 1 H Oultiin and dnugh tcrj Doris spout Saturday and Sunday at Happy Misses Annie Smith Knuna Kay and Ruth Hood spont Saturday and Sunday in Canyon A1 splendid rain foil in Tulia and vicinity Sunday night Mondnv and Manila night Mrs Oraily Ponder of Happy is iu Tulia visitinp with her sister Mrs M M Koll this weak Judge W C Dinw...

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

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

> 4 s The Tulia HerAl will ftiake CLUBBING RATES ho our subscribers for anyjtie > rspaper or magazine VULCANIZING Guaranteed Tire Service Also car storage Located at Lupton Garage Shaler Tire Equipment Co i i VKMIEY Irop TUMA TIJXAS SOUR STOMACH and can and do highly recommend ioevery one Twont goto factfwi Tlio Rats Around My Tlaco Were Wlso Says John Tuthlll Tried everything tn kill llntn Mixed poDuii with meal moat cheese etc WouMii tt ueh it Tried KAT KNAP inside Xf ten days got rid of lull rnK You doiit have to mix HAT I SNAP withfood Haves fussing linlh HreoK a cake of PAT SNAP lay it where ruin scamper Von will see no fhedfords BlackDraught Highly mo > rif ° i < > ip cr < 2fl pold 1 mX tpi hy rwfor 1 > harm v Recommended by Tennessee a Grocer for Troubles Resulting from Torpid Liver East Nashville Tenn Tho efficiency of Thcdfords WackDrnught the nvmilno herb liver mcdiclno i vouched for by Mr W N Paraona a grocor of this city It Is without doubt the best...

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

y km m i t Kl ES era < United States Tires Good Stock of U S Tire now on hand We can now make you prices 30x3 12 Usco Tire 30x3 12 Royal Cord be well for you to take notice A copy of the ordinance is in this wcok 5 paper and youll please take notice as to the time when this law goes into effect The commission allowed this extra time that you may make some provision for properly penning your fowls It is sincerely hoped that you will aid the City in every way possible in enforcing this very necessary law and not mbarras both yourself and the City by being penalized for a violation of same C R WALTERS City Manager 0 ELECTION NOTICE Pursuant to an order issued by H H Tracy Mayor of the City of Tulia Hwisher County Texas notice is hereby given that an election will be Inld on the fourth day of April 1922 at the County Court House in Tulia Swisher County Texas for tin purpose of electing a Mayor and two Commissioners for the City of Tulia to serve in such capacity for two years from da...

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

1 Sw > K > w i e 13 30E30E IOK30I aoMOi We have a few Phonographs and Pianos 8 We would iell Cash or Term oulto all the Latest Records Call and hear them PIE Tt Pays to Pay Cash Read our ad on last page 7 o Flynt Jewelry Co I o Gift Shop plBINO BANQUET BY THE < MBERS OF T E L CLAB8 vt r aands and friends moot with 1i a social manner tho officers members of tho T K L Class of the Baptist Hunday school planned for a banquet on Tuesday evening March 2l t tSo So on this eventful evening tlii ret bout a hundred present Long had been prepnred in the base pf the church and with all proper pi were the quoits and members ifirst to attract our attention Centering the basement was the id music by the orchestra Mrs ul linthbono piano Mr Itnthbone xnphon < and llorton Tracv clarinet In well chosen words MLss Minnie Cooper t > president of the Class ev tende r rilial welcome tn all uoat U f r5nR eostnmo ami with the init la B T < o their caps jrcs svi > and Alice Hardy Bonnie...

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

s N D o o ih i irHag milK las aocaoc ivrt I V Tl l he iT4 i H r rs Lf M n i W M r V nUiii i i W O Q o D o a o a o Q o 30C30C KRESS KRINKLES 0 S Bass made a business trip to Illnvicw Tuesday Fay HanUns of Tulia was a pleasant caller in Kress last Sunday D e s itudents Misses Mary and Edna Adkuton and Ruth Meyer wore in Plainviow Tiics ay ihopping Ut xnd Mrs Clyde Moore of Canto tpeut Sunday in Kress vi iting ith relatives Mis M bel Vaughn W > o i teaching itbool near Hale Center spent last Sunday at her home here Hisses limmie Knor and Agnes Botts treat last Saturday an 1 Pundiy in Hap t n iting in the home of Mis Knox Mrs Bert Bsgley and children l t iat Tuesdav for Dermott where tl ey i make their future home Mr Big v l as been there or M > me time Vh > Vilmjk Iinn and 3d > Tony ig > n etudtn in M > e West Texas Normal C < lle < > at GftaP 31OK303C IOC 30E30C A > n rterl j i and ctte O and nd W IT the dinner aocaoc on 30E30E aocaoc VULCANIZING Guarante...

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

I l S MM J I B 1 H 35s > J on A fou Firestone Has Reduced the Cost of Tire Service H OW tfct coat of fcuMiac m iW mm tuaa bam linn l 4m t atu lawaat lerd in ht t ry was naylaj l im Mwatnoe rtmUm f tb C + mpata t mm muttKfiMi at ta aaaMfi miXih an Decacobw M tfftl AM mmmHrmt aW mmmmmmmt ml r Waa tks mmrint 2 IncrtAtoi mantotmrtmg a a j a Wi P t WOTI a V 70 Mr FirMtaM Maud TUa raduotim a r 4lt amtaat W firan to tirottttm tmmft Tbia i to cnade aMatili hy war fm aRF t a ISM CaaT Tbc aaurioc through Ant coat pitta tha aayio thraaafk Ui anilanay doublaa Firastonc economy and is dailyadding mew fcwaa t the Firmtaan priataaaaW f i Mm Miiot per Dollar CANTRELL SHOWS FORD GARAGE raMSCK3BEE5K 3g ttttmssszm annDnnnifllMUUfiBMM In order to close up the D A Crow estate the following property will be sold at Public Auction to the highest bidder for cash at Tulia Texas Saturday April 8th commencing at 2 oclock p mt at the court house 2 Mules coming 5 years old about 14 hands high 3 Mules coming ...

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

away A < UGACV SenvfCE PRESCRIPTION PRU66IST y jfQ Entered is Accondelit m ll mattor t Uie postoffif at Tulia T x 5ib crlptlon Fne S2C0 Ter Six Montk 125 Year TULIA TEXAS MARCH 24 1022 SUNDRY OBSERVATIONS lly Nicodemus Death always lirinR a train of serious thoupht to ua Somebody slips into the creat unknown and un seen VTo feel the pain of parting A great wonder fills the mind as to what death is like Whether the dead are conscious whether the dead observe movements of this world of this world and keep in intimate touch with the families from which they have one It is safe to speculate on all these matters only so faras the Bible deals with them Most people find in the Bible the assurance that their dead are conscious and if the earthly life of the dead was virtuous tha t they enjoy peace and have rewards If our dead were of unsavory life we charitably pas over the whole question of their j present state hoping in the mercy of God j o Death always brings us down to the deadlevel...

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