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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 April 1922

I > Pk Tucker Produce Co Fresh and Cured Meats Phone No 3 Every Boy Wants It fotteould realUe how much that boy of faun or that young relative or friend in wo you we Interested crave the healthj wcubalanced reading matter he will get in TH AMERICAN SOY tver for a minute would you deny him tfcla pleuura For t Chriatmaa prevent or birthday gift a tub erlptian to THE AMERICAN BOY i unexcelled It lutt the whole year through n4 ha Influence U of the beet AmeeicanBoy ill J Mmb wffl be R1 P ueh temtnu author at Melville DavUaon Poet Ralph D Paine WUllam Hey Hger and Clarence B Xellend the ehort atortea are by author of equal note and the Wg department which are edited by experti re devoted to every legitimate latere of boyhood Price Reduced THE AMERICAN BOY it now only J200 a year Make tome boy happy 611 out the coupon and mail It TODAY Mail ihU Coupon to th publication In uhlch thU offtr appear For 200 enclosed send a Years Subscrintion to THE AMERICAN BOY bcglnnlnc with the Number to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 April 1922

IH ri2 MS THE NYAL OUAUTY STPRE HNOLEMAN OBRYAN Owner BARNETT OBRYAN Editor J 8 ENOLEMAN Publisher Kntered teoBdcltti mall matter tl the pottoffir t Tullft Test BnrjwrlpUon Pnce 8200 Ter Year 8tx Montki 125 TUMA TEXAS AIMUL 21 1022 SX7NDRY OBSERVATIONS By Xicoderaut 1 novor saw such weather Is s vraark oftuu heard these sprinp davs A a matter of fact we hac often ex perionced just such weather We for thei t very quiekl especially worse J thincs of life It is a mercy of Provident that we do The hotter thincs taake deeper impressions so a man remembers how c ° od eRR custard tasted when he was a boy but he forgets how bad a stoncbrulsc hurt so poe on talk- I ing about the S > od thinp < of his child j hood So mote it be beo o Doe the world crow better Yei decidedly so It is interestinc to read that whes Rev Cotton Mather one tif thp Xcw Enpland moral leaders of the seventeenth century heard that William Poim and his Quakers wen on the Atlantic headed for America he wrote a lett...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 April 1922

IN PRIZES BOYS AND GIRLS 2009 PRIZE for the largest number of Turkeys raised to maturity on any Place in the Tulia trade territory in 1922 from Spring Setting of Eggs V > Uitnf 1000 PRIZE for second largest numebr of Turkeys raised to maturity on any place in the Tulia trade territory in 1922 from Spring Setting of Eggs FIVE PRIZES QF 500 EACH for Third Fourth Fifth Sixth and Seventh largest numbers of Turkeys raised to maturity on any place in the Tulia trade territory from Spring Setting of Eggs 1500 PRIZE for the largest number of Chickens raised to Fryer Size or maturity in the Tulia trade territory from Spring Setting of Egg ii s3ii ZTLIr5 800 PRIZE for the Second largest number of Chickens raised to Fryer size or maturity in the Tulia trade territory from Spring Setting of Eggs ELEVEN PRIZES OF 200 EACH for Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh Eighth Ninth Tenth Eleventh Twelfth and Thirteenth largest numbers of Chickens raised to Fryer size or maturity in the Tulia trade terri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 April 1922

4 4 SiV IHlllBWIPIlJllllllUlinM aCII fflS nHtHIl HIGHEST PRICES paid for Chickens E s Hides EGGS ISc Thompson Produce In front of Ford Garage C F SJOGREN General Auctioneer Kress Texas Special Attention Given to All Sales of whatever size PROGRAM OF DISTRICT MEET OF INTEBSCHOIiASTIO LEAGUE Canyon Texas April 21 22 192 Canyon Texas April sth Judging Irom reports made by the instructors of j te West Texas State Xonnil College who have been helping it the County invts oi er the Panhaudlo an l jndging rx rn the records made in many of the County meets the District meet in f nvon on April 21st and 22nd i ex > I i to be the b t that has eer been 1 g < d ui the Panhandle before M y school l aye already entered i V next f di < Jtc ordiig > o t4 i General Bf tWJJwlfict meet T > c following in the announced pro r the laterscholastic Ecaguo Meet in Canyon Texas on > v > drN Ajiril 21st and 22nd 1922 FRIDAY APRIL 21 A M Recwtration and payment of fees Athletic Program J <...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 April 1922

At + t + t 3 + t t V t + + + + t 1V V j ouk A + ONT MISS SHOE BARGAINS We are Closing Out Our Entire Shoe Stock both at Tulia and Happy Texas We have a full line of Mens and Boys Dress and Work Shoes which will be closed out And we mean what we say when we say MUST BE CLOSED OUT For thats what we are going to do and here is why we are going to do it The factorj we buyfrom have gone out of business and we will not be able to get any more shoes from these people and for this reason and no other we are forced to make this sacrifice in prices These Shoes are all new Spring stock and we have been handling them for six years and know they are O K Our regular trade know them and will recommend them for us Now to rid our shelves entirely of every pair of these shoes we will prjee them far oelow their worth or replacement value The following prices will convince you that we mean business as Jthese shoes must be sold regardless of their value Lot No 047 Genuine Australian Kangaroo regular 830...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 April 1922

V X f v V THE TULIA HERALD ENQLEMAN OBRYAN Owntr BARNBTT OBRYAN Editor J 8 ENOLBMAN Publliher BaUred a ro dclM attUr t U posloffir at Tnlla T zai ilany baertptlM X > rte 200 rr Mx Mentha tl16 Tear TULIA TKXA APRIL 2S 1P2 s SHE KANSAS CITY WEEKLY LIVE STOCK KABKBT BE POET KaaMJ OitT StocV Yards April 24 1922 Cattle receipts here jhotved a moderate increase and heavy run were reported in Chicago nnd Omaha Thi caused a decline in prices Here the taarVet in the extreme was steady to 25 rent lower mostly 10 to 15 cents off Hop were steady to 15 cent lower top 1015 Prices at more Eastern mar lets were down 10 to 20 rents Sheep and lambs were higher Todays Becaipts Receipts today were 13000 oattle 13000 hop and S000 sheep compared with 9000 cattle 12000 hops and 7000 heep a weefc aco 3nd 16000 cattle 3612o hoc and 16765 sheep a year npo Beef Cattle More than 500W rattle arrived at the fine Western msrVet tmiav and about half this suprdv ws in Chieaco Pri < e ther were lower caninj de...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 April 1922

f il + 10E30C 30E30C LOCAL AND PERSONAL y HAHY OHIOKBr Oll 9A1 < K At liic MBll Ilox 517 v l 2p Charley bpear win In Amnrlllo last Krldny looking aftor business matters U V Hodges ami daughter of Lubbock woro guests of Mrs Sollio Parker Sunday Wu nro pleaded tn rocoivo a cash order from 1 II Ilymnn to ond liim tlu > Tulln Ilorald KOK lKASK About 2fiU seres of grass woll fenced nd watered SeeK A lOK Tulii Texas 172c Mr aud Mrs N K McCuno Mrs Walter Tomllnson dr and Mr 1 D Clovolnnd spent Friday In Amarillo Mrs I H Orawford left Tuesday morning for Dalhart whero she will visit with hor sister Mrs U A Klyat Misses Km ma Key and Huth Hood two if Tulina popular toachers spent Inst wcokoud with relatlvos and friends in Canyon Miss Lucille Wilson a tcachor in the Bilverton public school spent the weekend with hevr parents Mr aid Mrs A M Wilson A little out of tt e way hut it will pay yon to investigate the goods and prices at nOOERS CASH GROCERY Tulla Texas 28tfc Mr and Mr Phil Sande...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 April 1922

fc l ± i iD i D o o D o 101 H S m H a H IOC Rill R B B S B B s H B E aocaoi ASPIRIN RillIIIII f twsneiPi v I0E30U VARIETY GOODS Jones Bargain Store aocxoi 30E30E Name Baer on Genuine Bexrtre l rdee you tee the BAEJe Bsivrr 011 > arka e ox on UhW you are rrnt pettinp genuine Aspinn prp Mrilssl l > x niiyfifMirm Jot Lot No Block No Price 1 27 10000 2 27 10000 3 27 10000 4 27 10000 5 27 10000 These lots are 50 foot lots immediately south of the school building and immediately north of J D ODaniels residence ON THE WATER LINE TERMS Purchaser must pay taxes for 1922 Cash TITLE No tax titles All good titles and abstract furnished DENNIS ZIMMERMANN Attorney Tulia Texas I w c o D o aoead K IIAMIIION Or KRESS TOR COUNTY AND DISTRICT OLERK txveMyoae I bn > had practical experience in hook yiKTf nm proved ife hx million Take A pinn iwily as Udd in uie Bsyor package for CVdoV Headache Kcuralgi a Rbeum ttcra Karachi TVsxthsche LiimbigO and for ISin Hand x tmVut of twelve RayeT Tnl >...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 5 May 1922

ly tf U T3PH J ol iiiiif 1II1 M tfie Latest in Gift Goods lynt Jewelry Co ft Shop A 30E30I OFFICERS INSTALLED MOTHERS DAY PBOOBAM iLeague held a business meeting ndny to install new officers Tho 1 ug were elected ilcnt Clint Walters reelected Irfsjdont Frtd Childress re 1 itiiry Xllara UvlUchey reelect usurer Henry Jordan Department Superintendent C st i Euhanks tVrnud Hcpurtmcit Superintendent IUil Anfnng Third Department Superintendent V ri 1ortor Fourth l pirtmint Superintendent sov lordan MxgmVMri Matlic on ere i pvortbeugtie will give a spec lit J4th In honor of nv iTrhe ijirjr > members of the ftrfwnrltto thiTpro rrtr Dr find Mrs help nnd Inlcr nvor to Plninv o < r Monow entered I ritini for an oper io iiperntiiui nicely j improving fast ra leltsclio tinns to ul the intlons of the dif oi the town Inclin1 s cordially invited to come ICKYV A MKMBKlt Pxt o ioE TAILOB SHOP j bMwards has bought the Itlco In the Rice Tailor sincss la located at the rial Barber Shop Hfttin no i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 5 May 1922

V VI SMUT IN GRAIN SOBOinTMS tTbrougli the rourtcivj of 1 Hennett Count > Agent for tinisher County Mr print the following There are two li ra r of the grain orphum whirh reduce the yield of Train in the heads l itli of which are true smut caused by parasitic fungi In Addition there ire variouv mold injuries which mat damage the he d titer they hwve reached full growth and maturity These however do not destroy the substance of the beads PI of the Vcinels but do reduce their feeding Talue to a variable degfe by the moldy growth which they produce The more openhead type are les likely to mold riimiige thun re the dense and tbicV headed types The true smut may be reoognUed by the effett they hate upo the tUtue of the kernels or of the Verael of Ihr head which are immediately ad M rat to the kernel In either rate the Ujury results in the breaking down of the lormal tissues aid the developmeat la their place of the mawes of black dnHy spores If the kernel only ar injured the trouble i...

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

I j < i < V 1 V Additional Locals Isnnc QrlflUh of Kress was a business visitor In Tulla Monday Druggist I I Crawford nu looking after business In Canyon Tuonday Attorney Meiidu F Qrlfflu of Plain view was a business vliltor In Tulla Thursday Bunt Gregory from Memphis ban mov cd bid family to O Hnxforilii ranch nonr Vigo Park Miss Klcnnnr MuFarllng came iiMr from Wnylund College at lliiinvlew n hd spent the weekend with home folk t i v Or W A MMorrow and daughters Francos nml Comma T spent l3uiiduy with Mrs Morrow at the sanitarium In lliiinvlew Dr ami Mm I Ouest of Iluinvlow spent Sunday In Tnlla Hr Uuest eiime over to see It 1 Stalling Mrs duest visited Mrs T J Ulllelanil A C Word of Naeona spent Tiles day and Wednesday calling on llie trade and siting old time friends While here heVns guest of the Cooper fiuose bold jfj V y > Mrs S It Dinwiddle spent Sit Urdu in Ilntnview While there she visitiil Mrs Frank Fowler Mm W A Morrow Herbert French and Inelle Bchrends in the Il...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 5 May 1922

< S < m b THE TULIA HERALD BARNETT OBRTAN Bdtlar 3 ENOLEMAN PaMtthtr Urtl u wtuldMi Mil aaaHar at tka aattafffca at Talla Tmi Ht > 1l i Far T r Mb Hovtta 11 SI tcua TRXAS VAT eOTXftKOS PAT M XXTF AN xoxomso ousar xx ttjua GoverBor Pat Jil Sttt was plr d to 111 hi promi sad vifit ia Tulia last Ha urday The r t kU of thi e ttaed pfatlo mi ira to vuit hi old fntnd Capt Pa Morrw la coapaay with Judge W K Ileudnx they upcat aa hour most pleasastly ui the hose of Capt Morns Then a couple of hour > pent ia nclia friend upon the streets Afran emeat bud bees made for a lcacheoa in honor of Goveraor > eff at the Crystal Gaf This popular eating plate w > crowded to it i ap city with fnend ea er to meet and li ten to their friead After th luni heon Gonmor > eff vrith thjt pohh and refinement o rhar 6cteri tii if him Rjve a well rounded aft r dinner ttlk In the afternoon at o clock w the time set for Governor > > eff to ad drvv our eituens Before the appointed hour the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 5 May 1922

IB + r iuJ 5 0 LO0AL AND PERSONAL N K H Vitrup of Amnrlllo spent Tuesday In Tulin KODAKERtr Try Btery Htudlo tlulnvlew n it roll 20tfc 1rof W U Wooilliurn of Iuipy spent Hunday In Tulin I W thank you for your patronage at our lc Sala THE RBXALX STORE Mrs II I Crane tcuihcr of the Red Hill school spent Saturday shopping la Tulla Kurd Moore aa energetic youag bu i noss man of rvrtis was tUIIct la Tulla Tuesday WLlfio Maria lira has rlurard from b two wcpka rinll rHb her mother la Chicago 111 la o is Um Walter H Tomllasoa lr left Wednesday night for Grunger for a months rW wilh finr parents Hit Harry Hhaw weal to Amaxillo Friday to attend the installation of ofC rt in the Woodman Cirole Lodge Frank Fowler aad children and Utn Ifai Haaderaoa visited Mrs Fowler who i in tba PlaLarim sanitarium Hat ardav V I Ooa aad B irt are that he is doine nicely Aa Hlantiin a thriftv farmer of the east lfn portion of the mmtv was a liusf ess isitor in Tulia Tuesday He report excellent rains in his sec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 5 May 1922

D focxoc 101 TOASTEB CORN ioboi rnwford Pharmacv and ScottTracy Hardware Co aocaoc originator of Corn Flakes Cvrti F vs are niti by this I Ik who Ftre you the Ut GLfLAHLt Uovitt Puuuis Coups inside tYery pJtllja Hi KELLOGGS Cora FUktt rspltint how you eta oonia iuv > r oftf ot UtiQLIC LAtiU aoraox VARIETY GOODS Jones Bargain Store 30E30C 30E30I aocsoi Every Boy Wants It If jrxxi could realise how much that boy of pvxira or th t young relatlre or friend in whom you are interested crave the healthy wellbalanced reading matter he will get in THE AMERICAN BOY never for a minute would you deny him this pleaima For Christmas present or birthday gift a subscription to THE AMERICAN BOY Is unexcelled It laitt the whole year through and Its Influence it of the beet AmebkanBoy r > ta wiS 1 the next twelve numbert there will be wriafa by teeh ftnovt ieitfert u iTehrffie Daviaeoa Poet Kalph D Tala WiUUm Hey lger and Clarence B Kefland the ehort stories are by author of equal not and the bi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 5 May 1922

j i 9 J i f a y x 4 i Tires i We are making the following prices on I gqod serviceable Tires I 30x3 Ndn Skid 750 30x3 12 Non Skid 800 Firil stock of GOODYEAR AM FEDERAL TIRES alraizes LET US GET YOU W ADIO BATTERY iiio PREST0LJTR Clennin Motor Co th + + + + hh Everybody is happy and loafing on account of the rain Mr ami Mrs W H Moore of Flam view wort visitor iu Kre i Mondav Mr Reynolds of Oklahoma City was a huVmess visitor in Kress Thursday K K Fnt at Canton spent the first pi the week ill Kress visiting v ith friends After a few nrek absence from th paper will now try to give a few of the items Mrs J W Flliott Mrs 1 H Vaughn an < l Mrs McOlassnn were shopping in Mr Mrf Jlnintiets Thursday ixfct tie lhi r s Ilaintie spent Wed v llolm f i1 daughter v A v M 1 W Klliott of Kress Mr Furd Moore and Miss Minerva Wood both uf Kress were married in Amarillo on April 11th They both have many friends anil all wish them a long and liappy married life Theie have been some ball names betwee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 5 May 1922

I VARIETY GOOr Jones Barg Garner Hill BatSnap Si i t 1 tell anil use RA1 look nv the best mun in ti l A si jtsuonall because it floes SNAP rifles carcass leaves no in cakes no mixing t dot1 wont touch it l 65 < 125 Sold ari f rnwford Pharmacy Hardware Co elthr vmm o = roi tr iest PricesOULLBN IOC paid for nickensEggsHides Thompson Produce In front of Ford Garage 30E30C Th 8t r of Q Utr < 8 nrie HIBIIMUiWiaJIMIiTO We do Anything in Automobile Repairing IOC J NCON9 11 ionoc i i General Repair Work 6is all kinds Conners Garage L G CONNER Prop Phone No 34 aoi GGS job PjtODrCKBIHDe KHOM MY BK < C 5TrNT THAT WILL PEVELOP INTO LARGE THRIPTY SHOW WINNERS AND LAY PLENTY OF LARGE WHITE SHELLED EGGS KRESS JOHN WOOD TEXAS 30E30E C F SJOGREN General Auctioneer Kress Texas Special Attention Given to All Sales of whatever size aoi Tennessee Red Peanuts FOR SEED ALL KINDS OF GARDEN SEEDS In Packages WATERMELON SEED IN BULK In the Best Known Kinds Tulia Grocery Co Pkoa 60 i inff OULLBN r TH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 May 1922

111 lOMOl ftADUATION SALE MAY13th to27th cent discounon JewelryCut Glass Silverware Fl at pare Etc with kcex tions of Watches Diamonds ithophones and Pianos which will take 0jSr cent discount Now is the time to Jgpur Graduation Gift at a bargain applies to cash sales only < 1 njj nt Jewelry Co d if t Shop I0E3OE aocaoc Gifts that Last aoi TULIA SWISHER COUNTY TEXAS MAY 12 1922 O1 a o R RALLY OF TARM BUREAU AT KRESS NEXT SATURDAY Count Aj nnt P Hcnnelt Intorins us that tliero lll In c rami IJttromi rillj at Kress noxt Saturday Mnv lOtb cnttiiiiiiii my at 1 ti i look > in I I > McCnlob of Amnrlllo Pnnliui lie miptTvliiir will lii present mid nuiko nn iiddress 1 Wliituliciiil of Austin uilstint director of rollout control of tlie Bureau of Hfolojjicil Ruruj will nl o In pie4 tht land a talk on control of ro ilentM prilrie don jiopliorH riti tniio H romp I upllriclti ol < All im inhers of tlie liilrr in nre nr ed to lio present Visitors will bo wol mined espoeinlly tln > ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 May 1922

THE PROPOSED ROUTE FOR THE NEW RAILROAD i Continued from Pago One SOUR STOMACH INDIGESTION fWtivJt BUckDrtaght Highlj Ibtcommtniti by a Teuessec Gracer for Trvobles Re akuf from Torpid Liver Eat Nuhrille Tan The efflo lmc7 of ThedfordH BlackDraught the genulue herb liver medicine 1 vouched for by Mr W N Pa on a Brocer of this city It 1b without doubt the best lirer rnodiclne and 1 dont believe I could get along without It I take it for uoup ittomnch bead ocbe bad liver Indication and all other troubles that are the result of h torpid liver I have known and jused It for years nd can and do highly recommend It to every one wont go to bed without It in the house It will do oil It claims to do I cant say enough fur 1L Many other men and women throughout the country have found Dlack Draucbt Just an Mr Parsons describes valuable In regulating the liver to 1U normal functions nnd in cleansing the bowelH of Impurities Thedforda UlackDraught liver tnedl 4m Is the origin ftd oaly Etulne Aeept...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 May 1922

i ft ft iff A happy HAPpnraras The fjirracrp aro nil Iiiibv now putting In their row croiN Tho ground In In good condition nftor the splendid rains Mr nnd Mm Chester Hays arc re jolclng over the arrival of u baby boy lant wook Arthur Painter lei I Monday for Han Antonio where hl < will enter the iiruijV Mrs Wm P Miller Mrs O 11 Hnlilf and Wlllard Miller were Cnivon callers Saturday Claire Miller returned with them to spend the weolenl Mont Iuriiir bought poujifl lart woek Mt < Miiiv Cook wbk ii m t week i Tul In visitor Mr and Mrs Win Olnoy Ncwlleny of Tulli spent Friday night at the prcntpl H L OroundA lioi ne v Jim HiirlUy has u ncw Foril coupe O II Thursda last Wet Iauticl Inusdiiy Lrncst Mlllor and Hill Harrison were m Tulia Thursday Misses Mildred and Ka McMnnigul And Oladyt Miller were shopping in Canyon Wednesday Mr and Mrs 0 II Hahlfa and family visited in Tulia Sunday afternoon Mr Kennith Edmonds and Miss Ituth Sinclair were married Inst week The best wishes of the en...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 May 1922

ACCUBACy SUNDRY OBSERVATIONS By Nirodenim family r < rtrtP J r arcr t en is i rt < ci iiit f lhit fjt rhildrrn tin 1 a might ge ThPr is nothing Rged lik he interest the > i e own children Wlien the avera couple is broken by deatn the sefivcs Aug i i bsi r i 1 W C t oil cottnrrsr PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST JQ THE NYAL QUALITY STORE Tui tA feXAS rur TI II I A UCD A I fV i onml man or svninjtn with Rrcat dlttt 1 Ht 1 ULIA HLKALUr r > iiJUMinf thcmsilv 0 tll world ENOLEMAN h OBRYAN Owner BARNETT OBRYAK Editor J 8 EKOLEMAN Publiftbsr for sshen sse get out in the ssorld no al lovrnnro are made for ili uo huve to take it juist as it is nnd if ehild ii 1 brought up by itself it ii a piece of cruelty to then thrust it out in the JUtcred < worltJ ith notlo 0f life that will bo t It peiU l < l Toll T Cft b ertptf Tnett tt00 Tn Tsr six xastka nse TUIIA TKXAS MAY 12 1PSC violently jostled A farmer made n speech recently at a lumheon in which he advocated marketing the grain crop on ...

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