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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 June 1922

rv C < i I Volume 13 JnartetKress tending Iaul Kovcres Itido I K O Brynn Community Song History of Swislmi Count MtT T W TomJinson Community Song Star Spangled anner A THE SUCCESS FAMILY tMtiuL i awoi Tbo Father of Success is Work The Mothor of Rucress is Ambition I The oldest son K Common isnsc Some of the other boys are Pome trance Honesty ThoroughntvsB Fore Ight Knthusinsm Cooperation Tho oldost daughter is Character Some of the sisters are Cheerfulness Ioyalty Courtesy Car > Kconomv ind finrerity The baby is Opportunitv Oet acquainted with the old iin feou will be able to el along pret sll with tho rest of the fnrnUy The Obterv r idge T W Tomlln > on preoidenl of > t National Hank of Tulia was JUo Monday attending the an 1 of the Panhandle ilunkon BOBBY THINKS OUR SODA ii jaat Ik few rm iilbili nolsioao in that opinion Thaw M lata of naaafta waa simply c naet aai hara without coining In fa tiak t tt soda axparianea kw taunt tham U so dalidou Ka < r yaa tartan it y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 June 1922

< m 48 p ion r < Fiiz < ott rtmm mgs to Remember Ve jrive > ou man fecial evcr v < > a eva opart v eni If v1 ray y vi to 1 ads hiilren taped im n irt ffood qual > checked nain Ol special next eek 65c < 208 Misses fine ihbed Black Hose sh y s 25c o 920 Cadet brand Silk Hose brown only SI85 66 se Dre s A prims < s Leather Work Gloves mium Overalls Coveralls on Flannel Gloves I Got Real Mad Vben I Lost M I Setting Hen Mri Hannan < > > I rtoiit < iil tlif iiwitho rten 1 ruiikln jug tiud found in fnorti Hir kid I got real mad Weu u > l turl bought owe HVC8NAl and iu a week f not il ietii rat1 Krer > l1 > wi ° raUei iuultr > should keep It AT HKAH I tvv i sa5 0r e lfi i 1 U me service n Quality Nerchandis Lorraine Zephyr Ginghams Bates Gingham 32inch Gilbrae Zephyr Gingham Utility Gingham 32inch 3oinch Silk Stripe Tissue VORTHY BARGAINS YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO PASS UP iou 98c 50c 125 300 10c TSSBESI ir lnfure > P gn in i jl I i li i iii ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 June 1922

1 If i J I 1 POSTAL IMPROVEMENT WEEK IS OBSERVED Nay 1 Sett Inaugurate Ftrtt I General Campaign tf Klni In Service Without the PoiUl Btnrlc bntlntM would languish In a tiny and t > tt tantlRtlll In n week tlihllr opinion would die of dry rot Hectinniil h tr J r prejudice only would nourish and narrowmindedness thrhe K Id the blgfrcst distinctive buslneM fci the world and It comes ncnr r to tht tnn rmost Interests of 1 crenici mitn fcr of men and women tlinn miy other Institution on enrtb No prluite business however widespread touches fin many liven so often or sharply no hureh reaches Into no many soul flntteri 10 many pulses linn 10 many human beings dependent on tta mln tat rations Poatal Improvement Week tins been act for Muy 1 by the Postmaster General TIiIh i the first general cam pnlRn of Its bind In the Postal Sen Ire for several doendes UuhlncaN men and their nrcnnlzntlnnn large liners of the mnll newspapers m tlon plctnrea advertisers and the entire organisa tion of H200...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 June 1922

nzi J1Jl1 ACCURACY r Aug i sir th tIt go in TpTed demird T s m c n r ij nf i x e VJ3 n boinj Vr xrl sle are n tie s f rtuc rl 1 o ro thi ear tr > us ns TiV5it of > Ming sngna ii dii ing thr wear It will taki sever d veirs n H worl to cvi rfotnf the 1 ort nge and keep pace with the nomal in srei in population iVlihlt PAYS THE PRICh OK APATHY y lrfr ire ca li ou > bi iiita > 5 A mZr < A hi j ebc analjais They always study the mental reaction of the people The price of < stecl depends lnrgelv on fuel conditions but the steel men know that despite the coal itrike the present is not a propitious moment to ask tor more money Eveutuallv of course the coal strike will result in an advance in steel prices That is a foregone conclusion Rut u tilt in prices now would reait unfavorably and so th great captains of he industrv grit their teeth and await der tig Those whose business it is to watch industrial movements predict that luh will ee the end of the oal i onflnt Bv that t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 June 1922

I LOOAIi AND PERSONAL A 1 Hon lay wim liuiliiimi visitor In Anmrlllo Monday Mrs Poster Kloim spoilt several ilnyi this week in Amnrlllo Mrs ti 11 Dyer nnil son Clnud spent WodiieHdnv In Anmrlllo Mia Htollu Porter itpent tin week oml wltli Mrs HukIi Inrknr 12 0 HnrkH vvmi i business visitor in Aninrlllo Mondnv Mini Tuosdiv Mrs I Cooper and ton 0 U Jr wore Amirillo visitors Mondny Mist A blue Hhafer returned Sunday from u ii it ion trip to Plninviovv A II Wiililniiin optluan of Anuirlllo was i btisini ss visitor in Tiilm Wed n est ay Irof I Hiihvw II returned Siturduy from i vaiiition trip to points in Ceti trni Texas Miss Mnrit Hustord spml suiul i with Mrs lne < 1 While it tin Uriii i rnucli west ut Tuli i Miss Kathlieu lliulord is spendini tlie week with tin CJ li Itliektuan household north of Tulin Mr and Mrs C K Uuki spent Sunday and Mondnj m Amanllo Thev it tended the bankers i omentum Mondis hildren retunnd nesctav I I rom a two weeks trip to points in Oklahoma Iiiiljff Mvep...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 June 1922

J v n = I D o I e I B O D o KRESS OE301 iodoc M o D o ctTTl aotaoi The three highest pen contest are ANCONAS N ft iTi CORM rtAKSS Time stop a IOE mtp A 301 VARIETY GOODS Jones Bargain Store IOC 311 LOOK LISTEN READ Call for Club Housen U An if Tmekeir Produce < Oh Baddy bny Look uhat Mother trent and put tnto the lunch basket a uhole whopping btff pack are of Kelloggs CornFlakes Buddy 1 believe t can eat just about twice as much as you do my how I loie Ktlhggt I0E30IWHAT I0E30IO In the Murphwysborougta 111 egg laying Also tha highest Individual record it an ANCONA Eggs frons Be t Winners arc 400 pjr IB bnt not ss good 500 per hundred from flock Others are eheapar Fresh and Cured Meats Phone No 3 socaoi aocaoi 30E30E > aocaoc aoao wonderful ior the whole family Kature rebels against heavy foods in warm weather Much illness in summer is caused by overtaxing the stomach Change your diet and keep snappy in mind and muscle KtKuggy Corn I aKs with cold rhilk and fresh fruit are wond...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 June 1922

u bat re Oing t litMitl No 2rtl Vol the No < Jint K inch NoVo wder ii SANTA FE TIMB TABLB TrUla TezM > t Botithbonna to Arrive nt t4A M tiir > n f I t ii ir Tthb nnl Nyirrirn at Iftiivt t No 01 Due U ku Vo hi ii > I in md p t m slld ei I lull 1 Unless l II ot f ed uht mu I fiipys ot I ind itnl ml being Iniatod In Hie soiii1iii tirii i art SA ftir omit aboot eight miles v of S O1 Dortli of Kres mil i gra 1 upon isthe pruperl > o i I inlieiieer V K Spender II C Ioe did wv V N 1 Ioe mid Hi it on the tirst I need it in liilt litlll the same being the Ith I da t of said month at I he < ourt lloue door of Stt leher Count t in tin1 Town jjjt1 nt Tiilin Tttviis between the hours of of 10 it in ind I p in bv vitiie of ft > iid levt and hiiiiI Onlertof Sale I ttill Jffc sell sabl above desi ribed real estate it I fljll pultlii endue for ish In the hiulnrtt IPSa Idilder at the pioperty if said 1 K ijijA Siei er W K Spein ei II I ind iK v fl And in eninpliiiK e with law I &...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 June 1922

A y i fr HIGHEST PRICES paidlor Chic kens Eggs Hides AND CREAM j > M > i i ga r t Thompson Produce TXGtt NO 7S In front of Ford Garage ax xmroATioH no a xiokrl A jouajr girl > > MUsiippi askrd her brctou to iu Ucr tlic money to i o tollegs He told her that he eotdd mot ktord it and totthfc her a nielel uAA d TJnles you can go en that The plucky girl took the fivecent piece ud bought some calico from jrhith the made a boanet that sho old lor twentyfive eent It ihould be added that this happened iomc years ago With this money she bought some mare calico and made more bonnet After the had made several dollars in this way she determined to raie potatoes She did all the work in the field except the plowing The venture was a succim and she had enough money to start to school She did not top working however and it is not surprising that a girl of such determination was able to borrow enough money to supplement what she made She wa graduated with honor from the State College for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 June 1922

w BOBBY THINKS OUR SODA jaa the fcett r c aaA he Unot aloM In that opinion There lata ef yeevla irtw eijapiy eej otpaes here without eomlnc in a glaaa of the sod experience Jim taught them U so delicious ff Ve yo taatad It yet If not yon have missed on of the Joyii of lac Ooat mIm tt any lonW Flynt Jewelry Co i 13 Gift Shop hBMMg gg I0E30E for 3 OmZENlHlP PROGRAM IN TULIA ON JULY 4th 1022 The following U the onnouncod prom for the Good Citizenship pro am to bo given on the court houso wo in Tulia noxt Tuesday ovouing ily 4th starting promptly at 830 clock All are cordially invited to bo went It M Fielder will bo maBter ceremonies nd H H Tracy com unity songUadcr Let us all join id make our national birthday have t mblo meaning or us this year Music Tul BandS Flag Drill Children iCommunity Song America I fiOld Olory Miss Ruth Harrison ti Qunrtet Imkeview Community iiiding Mis Hael Cantrell flrtoi yKreAs Cltl ns i nVfV Paul Movofos Rid B 0Bryan ommunity Song History of Swisher Count M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 June 1922

r l > Important economies tan be effected by a patronage of this establishment Our business policy is one founded on the desire todolivei the MOST VALUE FOR THE LE ST MONEY That our effort is successful ris fully evidenced bv our constantly increasing trade I mil the recognized fact that we are headquarters for the best of everything in outline We shall endeavor to merit thi leadership by continuing to serve your w ants on the basis of blinch Bleached Sheeting sa 49c When You Find Merchandise Marked Lower Than You See Here LOOK CLOSELY AT THE QUALITY cracai Oil Cloth rt rcl 29c When I 0o Beal Md I Lost My FREBH PURE MIXK ANDi CREAM ttlBgU MrtHMinan went into the V LM au mv prepared t ell Uig and found my M store L0 g0 > d milk I 30 cent p I got real mad Vg wefc 0 eeBM per lnd 6W bought no ne ATBNA nti a pint Where acustomer aEreei r j t l < d d at f k HAT to lake a half gallon ia thc morning Uould ei Md half t night give th poultry j i BM1I gallon Co > ey y Creaa 36 u al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 June 1922

I S St > il Ay Real Knockout In Training AurOCASTCft Jimmy Kelly trainer of Peggy Salisbury who is to contest or the Icnialc championship of The Film Players Club at Starlight Pvk N Y was shocked when his favorite was knocked out by Miss Anna Smith during a practice bout at the training headquarters Anna landed on the jaw and Peggy took the count eight times before she came to and if asked pa for aromatic spirits of ninnioni 1 Every Boy Wants It If you could realize how much that boy < yours or that young relative or friend u srbom you ore interested craves the health wellbalanced reading matter he will get m THE AMERICAN BOY never for a minute would you deny him this1 pleasure For > Christmas present or birthday gift a tub cxlptlon to THE AMERICAN BOV 1 unexcelled It lasts the whole year through and its Influence Is of the best American Boy Tu Kirn Briittm Uuulu M ar > u ji iw w w la the next twelve numbers there will be rials by such famous authors as Melville Davistoa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 June 1922

1 THE TULIA HERALD ENQLEMAN k OBRYAN Oiraert BARNETT OBRYAN Editor J 8 ENOLEMAN Publisher Entered lecondclftn mail natter at the pontoflfice at Tulla Taxai 8tjb erlpUon Price J200 Per Six Months 125 t Year TULIA TEXAS JUNE 30 1P2 THE RAILROAD OWNED PRESS The Jacksonville Florida donrnil ha openly rai ed thi ijuetion a to the rich of i piiMn wriii t irjwiritlull to own n newspaper The newspaper that is owned b ia > public utility corporation is not a free press says the Journal It eannot represent tie people it represents the special privlece it is owned to foster Presumably the question is being aci tated because of the prowinc crip of 1 n t v so T r < hnis afWir r n th cits w o n < dow wo f th piMi tcs tbe i < t f r irtfortniticn T > fdnis ar ix Lcvn to them The > t wp ijicr rr > nd hi reed rr rate not that close contact that ptts > etween the publisher of a week 1 > newpajior and his readors Of course the natural assumption is that the newspaper is the f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 June 1922

< 3 i LOCAL AND PBBJWNAL Mrs Clyde Coopor was quito sick Several days this wook Mr and Mrs Douglas Hums were IAmnrlllo visitors Friday C h Gntluii and daugbtur of Huppy Woro shopping In Tulln Saturday MIsb Irono Hall Is visiting lior sinter fMrs Floyd McConnoll lit Pnmpu HiIb wcok ORAWFORU IJIAUMAOV Amurtl lo Dally Nowh agcmiyj opon till noon on Hnnduy I 0tfr Mrs W V Grillln and Mro Willis Hawkins visited Mrs Mcnde Irinin in llninviow Saturday Miss Mary Ann Outturn of Amarillo visited tier uncle nnd aunt Mr and Mrs It G Olcnuin this wcok 0 T Hindley of loard City is In Tulin visiting with tils brother ltcv J A Hindloy and family Mr and Mrs Robert Roussur of Kresc wore visiting in tho homo of Mr and Mrs 0 I Tomllnson Sunday Lewis Owiun of Whitfield arrived in Tullu Wednesday morning to visit with his nloic Mrs S A Caraway GLOBING OUT Our Goodyear Gu den Hose at 12 12 cents per foot Cut to any length CHENNIN MOTOR COMPANY 2Gtfc Mr and Mrs George Dudluy who have been staying at tho ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 June 1922

lAe k2 Jtfrm vftoi lOBOl OBBOC Ol VARIETY QOODS f LOOK LISTEN READ lf > t H > > uxirs D Jones Bargain Store tW l I Tfca thxw bltbwt P o In tht Murphjr7ibroth HI fg l jrta I cwitott ANOOHXS AUo U > highest Individual roord Is an I AXOOMA I Effi from BMt Wlnn r8 r 400 per 35 OUnrs Me chep r X brt not do food I tOO par hnndra from flock kress JOHN WOOD TEXAS i TheRealFoundation i B e e f OF GOOD BUSINESS IS A SATISFIED CUSTOMER YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED 1 1 D Tucker Produce Cocfi o D o Fo = ao Telephons 3 Tulia Texas FRESH AND CURED MEATS I0E30I = 3 E = lOBO Q o M ioao yCcfX Tr Tbcr rodncatnlty HsHAhlft TTfTTA PRODUCE CO So extra delicious With fresh fruits No other food has such fn appeal on a hot day as Kellogg Corn Flakes They win fickle appetites they satisfy hungry folks As an extrasummer tas e thrill eat Kelloggs with the luscious fresh fruit now in season Such a diet is not only ideal from a health standpoint but it is refreshing i You can cat Kelloggs Corn Flakes l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 June 1922

I i 1 w W3 > SANTA FB TIME TABLE > Tulia Toxtia Z Southbound o 94 Due to arrive nt 815 < o 9 Due to arrive at 1126 i < r i Northbound fo jWTDue to arrive nt 1000 i Jof 05 Due to arrive nt 410 1 > 8 fr OAIjT to men ifflfflPI HICH ls Me big mileage W TV tire of tWay All oyer the country mcnVarc talking right InoT of the rcjmarkable wearing v a Equality of Fisk Hres The rea 4 sons < ire obvio 3 Look over any FSsic the end judge for yourself You are bound to find extra size strength and resiliency and with HiesCngood looks and a trer thai gives real pre tccticn x JU Tl ft > i 11 i tl p m have organised a lion6 Bible lu th o Methodist Sunday School making a strong pull Wont bo ono of this number and como Sunday morning at 9l5 oclock us Ilaco Woodmon Hall BOOSTER COMMITTEE I 1 ° la Noted Wot Gpts Eld of Rata rarinerv Hood < H II Butlersays i usu HAT P around my hospitals every three uths whether lYsee rnta or not It the work KVO SNAI gots them ivery time 1 recomme...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 June 1922

< IS A SAT Tiacfc Telephone d f posed Corn Fla folfcs i luscious from a 1 tr VAT HIGHEST PRICES paid lor Chickens E s Hides AND CREAM Thompson Produce In front of Ford Garage raOXB NO 72 t + tf + > 44 + TheRe For Sale 50 Head Cows Calves and Yearlings OF C0 Head Registered Cows 0 Head Cows > d Hereford cattle will sell on time YOU1 rith proper margin of collateral H FRT R A UNDERWOOD Plainview Texas 1 P Parker entertained the Clnb ob the afternoon of 22B a livejy discussion of the lesson was spent in games and hour lovely refreshment by the hostess assisted yd irjl3r Which trjsf ub vU3rrVrt Bz on July 6th REPORTER Faculty Members will appear t t < M HMtHI I I l 1 I II HfKfM4H GOOD WILL CLUB TULIA OIVIC LEAQUB The Tulia Civic League will meet Monday afternoon July 3rd at 400 oclock in the county ciurt room A ter the business session the question at voting will b taken up Different phases of the ballot will be discussed Members are expected Visitors will bo welcome REPORTE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 July 1922

i i I ir r 1 Special Sale low 25 PER CENT OFF ON Toilet Goods T ft Shop County ill Jlf day of door uf TiJ i THIS WEEK nt Jewelry Co for JELLENT OONOBBT BY nXK OOLIiBOB COM ANY ithodtst church of Tulisi was with ctiRJr and attentive listen lay exoning when the Claren igc Concert Company rendered excellent program All who u program state that thin was ever rendered in our city ampnny ii composed of three uicr who are members of the ne Arts Department of Their program yB jractcr the numbers tijasr hutnnroiiH to the dra and i ° Kelier with a nuin you nfxt selections men have had train ipul joi100 of tno eountry > list in her line is nu outline of lie llow oro Monday evening v ice Ncwlnud p Miss Lnno SN rVnl ttii Hour Phelps Kroslor Miss Dunn It Donne Shure tin Whiting Mi s Iirtlc < M lv vou s Dae 12 Ornlnger Miss Crawford Hardware t 0 Mis gnuttinglHnghe Tho State of T Notice she > > K My certain 0 renatn tho Honnrabh the Tulia by the Clorli o of Twelve fr f it this com >...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 July 1922

Wonderful Values t Are Here For You Highest Service Lowest Prices A BIG SPECIAL Ladies House Dress Aprons 98c boked Like a BattleUeld in ape Said Mr O Dunstcr tu > in > Ut a hotel iu a small to iATBNAI thcv night UttleBfldM P like a 125 Mi im 35c Crawford Jh r cy aad ad by cy lUr < iw e Co MAKING YOUR DOLLARS FEEL GOOD can be accomplished by spending them with this store They purchase values of HIGHEST QUALITY marked at the LOWEST PRICES Our business policy is of PROFITSHAR whereby we save loney BY GIVING MORE FOR IT is the reason for our ETiiaMWffiiBa p sr i Ajm Harvest Hats 25c to 50c I Mens New Silk Grenadine Ties 100 Khaki Shirts 100 and 150 I Mens New Belts pearl button fast Khaki Pants 200 250 and 300 I < ner 125 Blue Work Shirts 85c J Men s Athletic Underwear 75c to 150 mod Overalls 125 Mens Leather Gloves 50c to 300 rmiiiiii ecia i FKESH PUBE MIZiK AND CUEAM Have had my iowi tested for tubor to Uko a hulf Uoo id the ruor > ii > K and a half gallon at night ...

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

U i r a A In IIIm > < I IIt n a b a a H B B a a B a + + i + t t t I mmmMmmm 5 y PtftttTTflHtftWftffTttttttTttr7 THE Tulia Herald Distinctive Printing Enough Said + 4 I + t + t + 4 + + + + 4 f + 44 + 4 + M + + + a a a a H HOW DO YOU LIKE HER SHOES GIRLS 5 n B 2 u a H a s 1 o D o 1 ° s 2 Do a a a V + + t t + X > + + t t t + + t + X t X V + D IS IOESOI This is the litest m footwear nodification of the Russian boot The new footwear is seen only on the flapper who in summer time simpl > muit have something to take the place of the unlatched ovcrUiocs An unwttled mind spells i Uur know not gudss ft what you blieve raoi 1l M MO aln D lO They are GOOD 5 IJ J J J I I fr JJ + + + + + XOE30E WILL BE INCLUDED IN OUR Saturday Specials DONT OVERLOOK THEM Real Bargains for Summer and Picnic requirements In PALM BEACH ENGLISH MOHAIT TROPICAL WORSTED SUITS AND PANTS STRAW HATS AND FLORSHEIM OXFORDS Get them now at a BargaiJ Hagoods PI Practically a Dally at the Price of a I Weekly No ot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 July 1922

y V DAC iM PRESCRIPT ION DRUGGIST THE NYAL QUSUTY STORE IE TULIA HERALD COLEMAN K O BRYAN Owners BARNETT 0 BRYAN Editor J 8 ENGLEMAN Publisher Intered as second rUi mtll matter Ihe postoffire at Tulln Texas Jbicrtptlon Price 200 Ter Six Montk 1 25 Year fUIIA TiXAb U LY 7 1922 3BMAN RICHARD JOHNSTON uneral son cos for Mr iirinaa hard Johnston were mndnc e > n luftcrnotn J js at 1 k K i s In i e bn list f hu th kvas the icve f thi fuha Kus > gouJ maU that t e near arge sough o > nnu I irsaaes m inv r places were rresen as i nicLiber at Svrisl Anier en Ligion f s anj I amp arcrj it i rrc un oi tuCir 3 end ana ir > io n i o rtst and nga n was 1e wpi i rn i n i M 11 Texa = vv i g strong i pptrttitjv th f u suffonng wk ll act he had aid Inly boen sictror three marriuge and tIVt was uch trouble fltli H > 22 he was tukin liousncss of his condition u t e ah t e I H ii i Ml Vnd here s grieved fi r the huOi man And id kd eti > auy t3ui < J er = 7 M Ditki sa > itw laytfT...

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