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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 May 1922

u Ilnec OBOE IIO II 0o a o D o Vo AND r IOC30E At over Mrs 1 oh ii Stratlou and iy spent Sunday Mnl 1ortor of lli homo folk jf Kress wus a bind n WrosnUln Tueid y < viiltor U Horrv of Kress was LnmlJilajator Tuln Tucsdny 0 Imilnpf hpr J BTHAW3 Look them llngoods Popular prJc xt and Mr W W Stephenson and uughtar Grace spent Hunday with relatives in Happy Mrs Tiimos White loft tho first of the wwk for Koit Worth where she will rlslt for a few days Highest prtcoi paid for your mllo Kaffir tnd wheat QRKAT WE8T MILL 4 BLKVATOR CO 45tfe Mihs Ituth Owen ami her friend Mis ILiel Holley of Wnylnnd College nt Ilainvicw spent tho woekond with MLsh Ruths parents Mrs Heed Clayton left Wednesday afternoon fur Yuma Arizona to make her honw Mr Clayton lift been In Yuma for some time Juuuitti and 1 U and Miss Doll Strut ton spont last Sunday with flcorgo filratton and family in Hast Tulin IarkT Ledonhara will engage in tho tailor and clothes cleaning businen at his residence in Southwesl Tulin Yo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 May 1922

l E IOC V5 I0E30I ± Jr Dolly Im sled you rot Kttloegi Corn Plakti and Irmt lor tupptr Imiotatftd out wtt t the htat that Krlloces it thr only lood thct woute apptal to my appt tttt It disutl to tasily tind > et Iciou if It nourtthinc Cucts VII havt art otltrr helping 7Vio Kllocct certainly ore delicious 30C30C NOTICE OF SALE I T J P TAT LOR Residence unknown V ou are r nbv notified as provided id Articles n65 to StiTO tnrluive of the rp eti i ivii Statutes of the State of Texas to come forward and pay charge5 tc the amount of JT4G for repairs meet i mc nil and storage on one certain If Roudstcr Automobile X umber 16ii and unless nmc is paid within 2 dajB rom this date I will proceed r sell fame as is by law provided on the 24th dav of May 1922 at Cantrell A Shows iurage in Tulia Texas to i f fv su h charges JiJw TewLiZ rd 1922 V c OANTR ELVftw 1 > 1922 fantrcl iow Gamer Hill Gladstone N J EatSnap Ho Says Sells i ust RAT SNAP tike to lrt ac j in in the fate and tell its th i &...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 May 1922

aft M If1 Tires K We are making the following prices on good serviceable Tires 30x3 NonsSkid 7J50 30x3 12 Non Skid 800 JO i Full stock of GOODYEAR ANfy FEDERAL all sizes TIRES LET US GET YOU A RADIO BATTERY PRESTOLITE Clennin Motor Co E + + fr + + + + + + + t + + + + + + + LET TEXAUB BUILD TEXAS Hy making it a habit fellow citiAtis to call for tho product grown In Testis or for goods nindo in Texas we can do much toward our own prosperity Take the one item of grapefruit why not gixe the preference to the Tonus pro ductf Many pronnuncj the Texas grown fruit superior to that of either Florida or California The government reports show that there are liutween lfiOOOOO and 2000000 eitrus trees planted in the Kin Grande valley representing an investment of between 1f > 000000 and 120000000 In California arid Florida under similar development is eonHidered worth approximately twice this amount or 20000100 to t 10000000 Lets all boost the Texas prodnet W aen Times Herald Texas grapefiuit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 May 1922

I = Jonoc ioaoc 5 ± Sr ioca VARIETY Jones Barf = 30E30C SaSW X ZJ 3QC Every If you could jnour or th whom you we wellbalanced THE AMERI would you dt Christmas prt rcriptlon to unexcelled I 3d It Infiu At NOTICE OF SALE Tc J FTAYLOR Residence unknown ou are h rebv notified a provided in Articles 665 to 5670 iurluivo of the revised rivk Statute of the State of Texas to come forward and jiay charges to the amount of 7409 for repair me flianw bill and storage on one certain Ford Roadster Automobile Number 16200 and unlet Bnrac is paid within 2 dare from this date T will proceed tr iell same as is by law provided on the 24th da > of Mnj 1922 at Cnntrell K Shows Oarage iu Tuha Texas to yiMBfv such charges A y i > nrl TVii Hr 3rd 1P22 r vV TWOANTHKLlfer r 1922 Cantrell Shows Gamer Hill Gladstone N J Sells EatSaap He Says Uke tot r 1 use RAT SNAP t n in t the face and tell its tin ic It > S od People lke RAT pU tp uuse it doer kill rats Pet smell omes r es t sleaves no to do Cats ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 May 1922

miS IS NO LMJGH1NQ MATTER MISS SUE THOSE KID BROTHERS OF YOURS PUT EVERY STITCH OF CLOTHING I HM IN WE WASH MAGAZINE SECTION CONSARN Y5R CHINEE H101 YE LEFT THCORRAL OPEN AN MOW Si TV CATTLE IS STAMPED IN ALL WELLFERTHLOVE 0MIKE FIRST YE WAS A CHINK AN NOW YERE A INDIAN VJOT IN BLAZES 15 THIS K fAASQUERfcPE BALL s GKKI0U5 OVER TH PESKY RhNCH j < A OH ALGY YOU LL NEVER Y ffO IT5 AN AWFULLY PO VS AN INDIAN YOU pjNNY JOKE T5NT > T LOOKEP MUCH BETTER ASj CopyilRhtcd 1920v The SunHerald Coipoiation M i fei > I IF AN 1KPIAN EVER 1 SEES YA ORE55ED LIKE THAT WITHOUT A IM NO INDIAN VOU IDIOT J V u WAIT TILL CHlNG SEES HIS SUIT Ir v J OF PAR APIU AROUND IN A CHINK SUIT 3 YA i i THERE 5 Wfl here s one of sister sues skirts ya kin WEAR HE INJUN OUT i J THERE SAYS i Xi HESGONNA1 roo < S Sftl fl WELL ILL BE SLOWED IF TMNT ALGERNON THATS TH IDEE GET AWAY FROM THERE AND LEAVE ME ALONE OR ILL CHASTISE YOU SEVERELY i i v 1 I a I < Hulks and Charlie 6 ur i > unt unl < rn mi I l im...

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

m 4 < n < > In 1S15 a company of rangers under Captain nrficld wore stationed on the Leona river tlTce miles below the present town of Uvalde > a inj moved there from the Soco creek where the town of DHanis is located Soon after arriving at the new camp the dpUiin sent five men to San Antonio after supplies Among them wore Leo Golston Lcs Hiilfnun and a Mr Heck namus of other two r ° i n cm i t be remembered While the rangers were in Fan Antonio t man lannd Ron Pettit and a negro man rnved there with corn from Poach creek in in7ales coiint which the rangers bought aking a deal with Pettit that he and his negro man were to bring the corn on out to the ranger camp while the rangers loaded their three wagons with other stuff When the five wagons arrived at the crossing of the Sabinal river near the Southern Pacific railway Heck and Huffman went on ahead for the purpose of killing a deer About one mile west of the river they were ambushed by a band of Lipan Indians and Heck...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 May 1922

ft t fr Wh > i I ti > i l M ll l > l t + 4 + SERMONS How long a sermon ought to bo has long been u mooted question The Bible enjoins it upon ministers to preach the Word but does not toll them how Ioiik to preach ut a time and so its a problem for preachers and pewholders to workout Two or three sermons arc reported in the great Hook and those who contend for short sermons have in these a good argument to present in behalf of their contention The Saviors sermon on the mount or Peters sermon on the day of Pentecost can bo read in ton minutes but I am sure the advocates of long sermons advanced the argument that these sermons were not reported in full or that people had to travel farther to get to church in those days and travel being slower sermons had to bo short in order to give those who attended church time to get home The question has never been settled and so far as I am informed no attempt to pass on it was made by an ecclesiastical body until recently I read in the d...

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

BRIEF TEXAS NEWS FORMER INDIAN SCOUT VISITED HON HAM Captain H B Hicks one of the last of the oldtime Indian Scouts recently visited in Bon ham for a few days He is 79 years old and lias had a varied career Born at Fort Sill Oklahoma at an early age he became a Texas Ranger and served throughout the Civil Wac a a member of that organization He toured the world with Buffalo Bills show Ho is an iurt marksman and is said to be the only man who has accomj isluMl the feat of shooting a apple from a persons head while on a run ng horse He has been in many engagements au has been wounded thirtynine times the last time being in the recent race riot in Tulsa Ohlahoma when he was knocked from his horse and robbed i aptain Hicks is a halfbreed Comanche Indian and a first cousin to Quanah Parker EL PASO TO HAVE GOAT MILK DIET SANATORIUM According to an announcement made by Dr G W Chapman medical missionary and world traveler whose experiences include being captured by African cannibals El Paso ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 May 1922

rv v RUBBER STAMPS Stencils Seals Collulold Dutton Unclgos KRED L LAKE CO DALLAS Cataloguo Frea INTERNATIONAL AUTO SCHOOL nc 0 > Train ron d > run n hop or Aft ni airrnt In a or clcwherc Mexico nml South Amrrlrn will noon Rit niilm nml fiirrtitH will mnltt for tune ynny tornu I w tuition Write or come 70717 Kn Flore St Ban Antonio Tcia AUTO PARTS W hare new IMIfrrrntlnl ami Tr nml lon part tor iiny ptptilar r r nn < l ISIM part for nil or EXCEPT FORMS Write u or price iiattli a iuiiiiauu auto parts ro Ilrpt A Dalla Tela Phone YI7I0 AUTO PARTS Wc buy old cars nml lenr thom up for tho narls Wo have parts for almost any make Word Ostrand 2902J ELM ST DALLAS TEXAS AUTO Busy auto season here Prepare now SCHOOLfI 00tl I yiB Positions Write us International Auto School Inc 1513 70717 South Mores St San Antonio Texas SEAL FAST inner ii iik iiiaAiit kits Arrnia o < 1 Prr > itmn Kx cIuhim tir rn mw ttmnt la t nUJ It n r t i n > M i n upi ltn fri GEO 1 FIX CO 312 S I r ar Si ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 May 1922

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 May 1922

jiSW n IN DALLAS for Information in regard to 4 r mcrchnndlHc offered in thin ijJWlll lo gladly given liy these I i ai flpLITE COSTUME CO rf M ninqucrnilo imttimt fur ri nt jCfoflliUlnrten aihI clmlf > ayn Mlr iitrjl unit imitifrii < lf parties Full dn emt mnul wlr lionnN lilt 1 or imrliculiirs nddre Dept V 116021 Klin St Phono X2Q65 Dnlln Tern HATTERS Old Hat IMadc New WOOD EDWARDS HAT RENOVATORS f4U7 S Ervay St Dallas Agents Wanted SPRINGS AXLES HEARINGS A > i if EXTRA LEAVES Q Springs Axles Hearings Kor All Cms anil Trucks Standard Spring Axle Co VlO l So Houston St Dallas i iS4 ART CLASS MFRS Everything in Glass Vinll wridim Iwnt Dpal film lor Un > i ilmili Celluloid hand mlrrnra n purrd Lbippsl iluu ulirns Wind hlclds Dallas Art Glass Mfg Co Dallav lc P TENTS TRADE MARKS PATtHT flBtafHtftflR IMVEHTOBS JackI Schley US PATENTiTTORNEy 305IHTERURMH BLDG DALLAS 2ISM GIM BLOC WASHINGTON cz ELECTRIC MOTORS Couch Armature Works EIrctric Motor Specialists Miw and btsundlland...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 May 1922

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 May 1922

lllilland ace reason for the proposed Texas Panhandle and Gulf Railroad The Largest Body of Good Land in the United States Without a Railroad THE TULIA HERALD it 13 IOMOC her Mist Lorenn en aoi had a Little Lamb xter 1riends was presented ils of Mies trace Caudle i wnnn response tmm all Itosi was sung by assie Walters Velma Shelley t H McDonald and lola Terry Jpy It was clearly shown that Ionian I nd eted them gbter T csii rtuinly gift 1 leman gave us Took Caruso ti Shellev at i > the pupils of vns comical and en j sSV spo < ial degree and V fULuU dave ilone credit to thosu practicing for 0 father and Mother went to uoous Tl M lrcsented by the pupil of 0Ur Jiam Steward and Daisx Mar Mrs II II I > nc iuii ever acting of these young ht round after round of np cl Claiie Kugleman then ajyhihtling solo Her number ipjweciatel that she was com fjriyn an encore oslag numbT waii The Train tow h in which Miss Huth nfhiid so ably directed her pti ogram Thursday night was op reading Na...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 May 1922

M < J i n 1 IOC or VARIETY GOODS Jones Bargain Store IOE 30E30E It u j of r f n oclock rt th merntn amf u r t to htvt a let of Krllentt Cam f1 W or u cant fo oh d mnd fiay any Jonf r HVr ft Aunsry temrthm fitrctl Aiio n Vtr of f Krli aoi > mealtime and playtime 49COKN FLAKES cooling delicioushealthful Summers the time for safety first with family stomachs Every one feels1 a lot better with lighter food on the hot days And crisp delicious Kelloggs Corn Flakes are everything that can be desired for health for enjoyment for nourishment Realize what proper diet means to health in summer Cut down on the heavier foods that upset physical and mental energy and eat Kelloggs Corn Flakes Theyre extra delicious with the luscious fruits now in season Kelloggs Com Flakes are sold onlv in the RED and GREEN package that bears the signature of W K Kellogg originator of Cora Flakes None are genuine without itl C N PLAICES OGCS KKUMBLRS ud KELLOGGS BRAN coated and Icnuolltd Cotton Seed Planting...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 May 1922

4 I UU 11 1 1 1 1 HBi I the pair 15c 9 181 jfV < fb FT ll ft i i > WW Wg > a TO > S Vjgl gTtW Reduced Pn < cmud WONDE VSSES it > dress gingham inches wide per il 22 c Ladies Ready to ir at Reduced es 8 SB J Is Blue Overalls Jr 4 to 14 Special J 39c S n s Hose Support EBSTSKSn iSS c Good Dress Gingham 32 inches wide per yard 18c One lot of Ribbon at Half Price G3SB A few Suits for Boys original price 1500 during this sale 500 Trunks Hand Bags and Suit Cases al Special prices during t sale Buvin j itfCTsss J sssssssmmj craesuaxi ciiis bection i on cannot air y Your Wants for 1s B FEAST 94 Bleached Sheeting The Standard Garza per yard 51c 32inch Creton fast colors per yard 22c One lot Mens Suits at onehalf the regular price Mens Dress Pants Mens Pai amas no4 a 20 mSM cent tiff regu i complete line of sizes 3 Tderwear a Entire Shoe Sto k at l Cial lot Women s loii igu k I Blouses at Onehall 1 H O 94 Brown Sheeting 46c Garza Sheets Slx90 Bleached Special each 125 Reduce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 May 1922

i wijiknU Ml pUC Till I A UCDAI ni SPLENDID MOTHERS PROGRAM I nC I IJLl nCIVMLL LEAOUE ny gEN10R EPWORTH of tl fia Mil I Iism nd t > e nio n in A i t al > r tl iv e tl 0 s an 1 1 1 v to ti rill or it i i tent of vh 1 > i sufliioii impe iciiniont Obsei the same cnnelusion P U i ening 1ri I HKOLEMAN S 0 BRYAN Owner BARNETT OBttYAN Editor T S ENOLEMAN Publisher Entered B > fccondelaf mall mutter si the podtolTiro nt Tulia Texus Subscription Pncc S200 Per Ycr Six Months SI25 TUUA TEXAS MAY 1 < 1i > 22 SUNDRY OBSERVATIONS By Nicodcmus > Speaking of tho crime wave that lias w the Tinted States what do you Tlyn > f grand iiiroi who makes white mule ii In own home and disi cn e his product Xo wonder it ik hard to pet ludictmmt through the Hig Twelve when u < h i condition o tains One of the ver potent aus s < Tri wave i t n s et < in enforcing Kw t i wol i i in man i i > si on pointed > ut to ac oiTieeT hr e Pit > i pd off tli rr p > 1 i m cuirel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 May 1922

I I f f w OOOI y o o D o LOCAL AND P8M0NAL Oliirk Stuley nf Irloim upont Sunday in Tnjln S K Molll Clf Ltlllbock visited with friends In Tulln Sunday Hubsliintinl rrduitinns mi nil Millinery ul tho III Ktylo Milllnory Co liOtfc Mr mill Mrs H II Dinwiddle mid Mrs K A Dinwidilli worn Ainnrillo visitors Wednesday LO T Satuffluv afternoon n uihy liar iin Howard oVMclnrn of siimo 1o clara ueltschey aoip C It Walters city lun uagcr for Inlla 1 M liy for a business tiip to i Mil in Honili mill East Tixiim Phils Mottie bookkeeper for Scolt Tru t Hardware Company at Kress was a lnminess visitor in Tulln Monday Mr W II Clilbrenth of Hereford rtiirnod homo llu > list of llio Week ntur a visit with lior sister Mrs 1 L Cmtrell W 11 Mirtln of Vigo Inrk was in Tulin Monday on business lie loft on the wnithbouiid train for a businoss tiip to Ornham You arc especially invited to attend Hie recital next Tuesday night JInv id at Baptist c lirh by the pupils m5 in expression of > 1r i i 1H wiili ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 May 1922

Kt + f fput Mrf y WV v fit man nr wpmnn flit 39 tarts Saturday Spools Thread Glen s Dress Shirts collars attached light colois striped 98c Men s Black and Tan Hose at per pair 10c 3 Good Brown Domestic per yard 10c Ladies Pumps Ox the former prices 195 Blind eyelet shoe lace 27 to 54 inch length round per pair 5c laaHssaEsi COTTON BATTS Mil roll stitched 79c jHj roll plain 9c O 25 Sales People Wanted at Once to Help Us Distribute these Bargains P i IfflU u M k Aklh Best Oil Cloth per yard 29c C > Q23B fords hig h heels I staple Ingham one Good Heavy Huck 750 to 1000 were I lot 12 yards for 100 Buckskin Cheviots dark colors suitable for men s and boys shirts and childrens rompers Special at 18c Men s Lfnen Collars Special ti for 100 ssi 10c Mens Khaki colored Work Shirts a real good one at each 89c One lot Men s Khaki Work Pants Special 169 Good Brown Cotton Flannel per yard 10c Premium Brand v veralls per pair 125 24c Good Size Turkish Towels Special each I Towels Each mmmmammmem...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 May 1922

if Is PM m W + + + + + + + > + + I WE REMODEL Old Hals Suits J Any Thin Any Way I Tailor MadVs N 20 to 4 See us first City Tailor Shop JOHN SCOTT Prop X X < > X X > A Tonic For Women I was hardly able to drag I was so weakened wriles Mrs W F Ray of Easley S C The dociortrcatcd me forabout two months still I didnt get any better 1 had a large family and felt 1 surely must do something to enable me to take care of my litile ones I had heard of CARDUI The Womans Tonic I decided to try it continues Mrs Ray I took eight bottles in all 1 regained my strength and have had no more trouble with womanly weakness 1 have ten children and am able to do all my housework and a lot outdoors I can sure recommend Cardul Take Cardui today It nv be Just what Atalldnrfeests RBI subscribe NOW for the ttiliti Humid I Hardware Co n LET TAYLOR DO YOUR TAILORING PLEASANT UV are over iej < iieing over Hie yowl rains W H Mart in N in yuUi Texas tin week mi IitlpiJrlillll business Charlie Thigpon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 May 1922

V > ifirj B 8 1i 1 i N HIGHEST PRICES EAGLE TAILORING COMPANY ODOBLBS8 DBT CLEANING LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOB EDWARDS Prop Phone No 184 Mr and Mrs R E W yttr slaughters of Araarillo ere in last Saturday evening and bund itlng with Mrs Wester s mother Hannah Smith BKWr > ffJ ANCONAS WON THE CANADIAN EGG LAYING CONTEST This proes that Anconu > are SUPREME as egglajers Think of the cold hlmterr Canadian country and such a WONDERFUL liECOTtn S e the Railroad Edition Eggs 5100 300 150 per 15 500 per 100 from flock KRESS JOliN VS OOD TEXAS paid for Chickens Eggs Hides AND CREAM Thompson Produce In front of Ford Garage mom VO 72 I u o D o and I Mrs August Vaughn class in ex Tulin pression will gie a recital next Tuev day night May 23rd at the Baptist Mr J cbureh A cordial invitation i extend j ed to all to be present J D ALFOHD FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECT No War Tax Effective May 8 1922 the Excise Tax on Urdted States Ti SSSSPJL arsT c caTings and...

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