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

m 9 I U LOCAL AND PBBSONAL Mrs Dcssio OKen visited Mm 1 M Slirw tills xvoqk AKItOW OAUbOMiNIOUM 1or snlo ly TUIjIA IMIOOUCKOO 20lp Miss Klcnnor McFnrling Is visiting school girl friends lu Vogn tills week Mrs B T llovvton has returned from visit with friends and relatives In Hereford CKAWFOKlJMiUAKMACY Amiirll lo Dally News iinpiityj open till noon V on Sundry Sfitfc August Vaughn who lias Wen quite sick with fover for some time Is n ported to he Improving A 1 Harrison and daughter Miss Hnth of Iij > > y vvero esteemed visitors in Tuliu Tuesday ovonlng We wish to thank our friend 1 W McKinnoy for a rash renewal of his auli eriithm to lie Herald Pastor i H Dawson has heen assist lug 1astor Corder In n revival meeting nt New Hope school honso this week Little Miss Jennie Trances Harks returned Thursday from a two weeks visit with relatives and friends in Amu rillo 120th Pstrict Mr md Mrs I i n Ziuiiuoruinnu and daiiliti r Ii rlu ml Mario returned the latter i irt of list wek fro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 July 1922

oca oi MOB > OE30 tOE3 I D I 0 5 o n o i aukrrt o 30E30E 30E30C IOBOE IOESOI I0E30ES 30C3OC aocaoc IOEXOE iQotei aocaoi I0C30C tocaoc IOEIOI IOHOE althand happiness XOESOIO D o VARIETY GOODS I iOEXOI Jones Bargain Store I0E30 iotao aoi The Real Foundation OF GOOD BUSINESS IS A SATISFIED CUSTOMER YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED Tucker rroauce Telephons 3 Tulia Texas FRESH AND CURED MEATS 30E30I < u < 1s k e cask o you Charity yotx 0 i lay down for a i C while I set to the deep t oftom of this btc g > isj eJ Kelloses Corn lakes an fruit for vluncif Fishes have to wait for ne I eat Kellogss r betche boyf in every spoonfalof Mfat CORN FLAKES Fmvtomorrows breakfast treat the family toKeu nVCGrn Flakes and fresh fruit See that there is a big pitcher of cold milk ready And urge each big and little family member to eat plenty for Kelloggs are the perfect warm weather food Kelloggs Corn Flakes are not only delicious in crispness and flavor but theyre wonderfully nourishing and refresh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 July 1922

1 ii OU know that the Texas Panhand le Gulf will serve The Largest Body of Good Land in the United States without a Railroad THE TULIA HERALD MORNING a I fa fti united in their do this proposed rail od thnt n unity of nng the mute must a end it i a > reenblo iiirvlepn of Secretary IfiiahoiiB for this pro idle i Gulf Railroad cxl Tho Largest in the United States is indeed expnvs toxaoc 1 A WJ > 1 SAT D at Jewelry Co for OE30C BS MEET CUBDAY NIOI8T torn Judge W B r liailroad Asso MA > tis from Tulin jot Inst Saturday rt room in Tulin IFlsV sk noeting was to I 11 7 f the proposed Jf Rail inil con if iN ow Moxiru Tto Fort Worth tOMBY Htt080jjiite was priut poks ago t aint alwa > b ncen > tllkv W1re a tou wlthmotii i 1 Sigler II a aUldrcMeu up Fielder mid lireM01 ca i opp < the most lm A jco of ntuntioni the sum ° from U saId ° > l > ° aId in tho < r Wire muit ve you lc ent tn tlu > Interstate 300lH7 > before a permit iybO > get tor the riirnid Tho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 July 1922

OC3 D e I I e tOK ine inD o I I 0o 0n A V iVx6jCuuUl Oui Stock of IVORY TOILET ARTICLES At 33 13 Per Cent Discount Like a Battlefield in It looked rurope 8 IdJ r 0 Dtuuter jr at a hotel in a ntnall tovrxi Early one morning j Vwimyl vtHiu I BANTA FE TIME TA3LE Tull TexM Boutbboana fSllJ IJJM Ladies and Misses Black satin Pumps low covered heels one strap made by Mrs A R King in Philadelphia Priced 750 tabl to Wre a rlI WU t o tlw killed Nortlil ound z lead rat Pile of o 1 i ODORLESS UEY Ol fa before No 03 Due to arrive at 1000 a u S 95 Due to arrlv at 4j0 p m BOB EDWARDS Prop Pboce Vo m rallicr than a 1 I Heavy Work Shirt Athletic Underweai Good Work Shoes Good Overalls Our desire is to make this store the leading one of its kind in this section We realize it demands SUPERIORITY of merchandise SUPERIORITY of price SUPERIORITY of service You may depend on every transaction bein < r mducted on a basis leading to this commercial leadership and with this in 4on WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 July 1922

rrs odi tc Lie aja u vh thj Lots for four Money ihould Not Tempt You USE CALUMET rhe Economy BAKING POWDER rhats What Millions of Housewives Do BEST BY TEST IOMEY PH1LOBOPHY FOR 1922 t aint always necessary to use a to use arithmetic Heres a voting Ji nildressed up au nowhere to > Id ta > p < < iMon wenkuess of character tlrqS or case opportunity for tlnft i surSco of eritrtty fright at iliscov tin uiu total is a murderer Ipotlie i tniiiist of the bltnk nrd in tlio electric chair iiti what vo you IoftfnoUiin If jnli wcre nooln vo < < Mil tr itii > n in aybo get tlio sum total back to the lunjf follow al l > limisilf in then by They know that Good Baking Powder cant be sold for less that More for the Money means bakeday failures waste of time and money that Calumet means economy The Worlds Greatest Baking Powder idditiou produce t healthy luiietii lal citien worth monuy to the state and helpful to other young fools May ho schools are better than jails What doj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 July 1922

5k = o V pK vc THE TULIA HERALD BNOLEMAN A 0 BRYAN Owner BARNETT OBRYAN Editor T S FNGLEMAN Publisher n frroBti cImh m tnntter tt 11 r otci office lit Tulis Texa SnbucripUon Price S2O0 Per Year Six Month S105 TlLlV TKXAS VM 4 W Wc have indeed had nme irm dav thi < vreeV Hut trt ma Med to tand slum flni fo th mcht ifp iool If juu Knon any locil new remember Phone No 202 The Herald We are never too tm y to answer and will most cordially thank you The Heralds job department ha been quite busy durine the past few day rinting cards for some of our friends the candldate E V Berry for Shor ff nud Tax Collector W Tom nspr < r bounty Judge J H Hamilton fi > < and Pistr icrk TIT Yi e < = herr TNrn0 tor oj n united anu i ntiJ u T ilia on S tun ii lah 15 l ibriti initi Sar P is on the l hut v < lCl U s U i l nod till U r C r ru i w apjrr pirt i i n bn g lac1 l i UM r I nt K Al fieijer secretary of the Tuhu t an r > ummerce left Monday ag i r punts west of Tulia and cw Mexic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 July 1922

Hot nor 202c Swcot Pieklos in bulk t O I1UX POHD8 JltOOKRY 28tfe Miss Iorft Irllllii is able lo bo up lifter govarnl days sicUnoss with fovor J W Kcliulior rolurncil Monday morning from a business trip to Anm rillo OKAWORD PHARMACY Amarll lo Daily Nows n > ciiav opoii till noon on Sunday x 20tf < Clnud Dyer mid It A Stctthuti made n ilyin business trip to Happy Vigo Park mid Silvortnn Tuesday A protly iliiu > hter was horn Monday July 10th to bless the lives of Mr and Mrs Kmmitt LnRoe of tho Happy country Cecil lla ood spent a portion of this w > k in Happy assisting his brother Heron with tho work in tho store in that city Mr and Sin Walker Parker of tho Valley Vims community are the proud parents of a pretty daughter Ijmn Wednesday July 5th C K Duku und If ti Iortcr president and cashier of the Ttilia Hank Trust Company were business visitors in Amnrillo Tuosday Huy your cakes sandwiches cream or lemonade from the Methodist ladies at Ikcir booth Uurini tho picnic on Sa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 July 1922

o D e D o M i o IISOI II ioi M o D I tec flS p aonoc tDOC i < i lit < IOC IOE IOE301 l OE locaot VARIETY GOODS Jones Bargain Store 30C30C ioexoe aocaot T Hi Mia > aoi IOBOI LOOK LISTEN READ The tire hlghwt pens In the Mnrphrersborough HI egg laying contost are ANOONAS Also ths highest individual record is an ANOONA Eggs from Best Winners are 400 per 16 Others are cheaper but not so good 500 per hundred from flock KRESS JOHN WOOD TEXAS 30E30C aoi IOE The Real Foundation OF GOOD BUSINESS IS A SATISFIED CUSTOMER YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED Tucker Produce Co elephons 3 Tulia Texas > E FRESH AND s4 CURED MEATS 30C30E Sliced peaches with Kettoggs Corn Flakes Can you imagine anything go good to tat eaily en a warm morning or for lunch as sliced peaches and milk allcold and nt and Kellogga Corn Flakes crispy anddehciouil Eat plenty of Kelloggs Corn Flakea and fruit and know the happintu of feeling sprightly despite the heatl Kellogg Corn Flakts arc exactly the tort of a diet you ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 July 1922

Fi k tmchettes cltl s brnln SC ptll1c of i C Ii u ° l development but it i tlllA developed along tin liiU > o i t Ailiilmitioii and foi riraitual Mtppses If cei there vas a tunc wllrM in education was c5S 5 t ow thai turn r c 5Sal roll m are cHmnfn tle Olllli of tin land wn from thfXnattiril tcndincics md fiom th f PJ tmcts of well developed V T c cihu ition of todav seems t Wroy initiative selfreliance com an J csirc f r selfMippott f educational system of today s apparently destroyed the desire QtUie patt of children to he con V r 1U t a IH IartliaroJdaii In been jtiitc > s ° t > K out Mill W f riiott niitiired to w Hilda itli Mr wan > an U0 its hail v n Ku rit1f kO in Crom oil I dUWiK oW f V by I v MA MATTHEWS DD ix D PRACTICAL EDUCATION JbutitiK memh rs of society Thev pmttp Jthink that the state owes Fllc0 because it kivcs wn a free education There arc few boys learning to he master The majority arc tryinu tine an elevator by which thev n ride to the top story of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 July 1922

Os v WOTICE OF RlUG or REAL BSTATB UKDER ORDER Or SALE SUta of Tcxtu Oonnty of Swisher 1b the r i trict Court of Swisher County Texas Lottie May Simpson et at Plaintiff versus T K Hngood Defendant Whereas by virtue of nn Order of Sale issued out of District Court of Swishc County Texas on a judgment rendered in raid Court on the 17th day of May A T 10C2 in favor of the said Lottie May Slmpsoa et al and against the said T E Hagood No 13f 0 on the docket of said Court 1 did on the Sth dav of lul > A D 1922 at 5 oclock p m levy upoa the followinc described traets and par rels of land situated in the County of Swisher State of Texas and belonging to the id T E Hagood towit All of Lots 11 12 and 13 in Block IP aad Lot 8 in Blork r l in the town of Tulia Swisher Count Tcia and or the first day of August A R 1922 being the first Tuesday of said month between the hour of H > oclock a ru and 4 oclock p m on said day at the courthouse door of said county 1 will offer for sale aad sell a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 July 1922

t Rrl c 3g3 I FOUND OUT WHERE Ttl KIDS HID THFIR FlRE CRCKERS VALUES PUKP OUT SOME OF TH POWDER AND FILL EtA WITH SMJD BEFORE t T IL pit up Mc J s to i MV GLOODNESs Lf5 FOURTH 0JULY PETE AN PINTO BUST UP WHOLE KVFCHEN tfD TEC LACKERS H 7 if 5i w Ns V V V MAGAZINE SECTION TULIA HERALD TUL1A SWISHER COUNTY TEXAS JULY M 1922 c IfA CjLAD THE FOREMAN DidNT KNOW WHERE WE H > D THESE v > V r WELL I t reckon i ll rem about THEM CITY DUDES NOW NUMBER 28 The Cowkicls of OJoy Ranch Uj M M Tit A VVfll s > > l W < XT v c 4T r HAND TOO IT31 THEY CANT U BLAME US FOR this ITS THEIR OWN FAULT io iT f IS J5n AW 5HUCKS1 DONT WASTE TIME PUTTINTHAT FIRE CRACKER UNDER MY 5EAT ILL HOLD T IN MY HAND i TERYE Boysr SURE MlKc ME KETCHUM HOLEE FIECLACKER MY t r uk jJ f I j w tf Copyrighted 19 1 Jy The SunHerald Corporation i i i j j yi mi I P 11 it ill ce H3 he- m t ir > ls on ona ho im has > rld heir IOW lder our un two ctly akes of thin iable tates se in but 2ces totor j life egis tnke i...

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

When the supreme government of Mexico passed the colonization law of 1821 it offered to every head of a family immigrating to the Texas colony one league and one labor 46f > r > acres of land of which a certain amount should be arrable land the bahtme grazing hind The provision as to tillable land a < not generally taken very seriouslx as the colonist were not impressed with the agricultural possibilities of a great portion if the country and were not prepared for ihe cu1 i < m > ri than sniall fields of c < ri tor mmtuiati subsistence In some of t t ui t counties partaularly aioir the lower UraM and the lower Tnnit mi fairly large plantations wore n imi ip and cultnat ed with slave labor brought hither from the old states but the upper country including all of central and northern Texas was lone regarded as simply a great stock range and the rainfall was too uncertain to justify extensive farming operations The first lands broken up for farming purposes were along...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 July 1922

I I I I I HARVEST TIM T 1t 1 > I j m > Ah this is written the reapers arc winding up their work in the Brain fields and the thresher men are oiling up their machines As an oldtimer watches the huge self binders skimming thro u b h the wheal fields and leawng behind them bundles of grain welltied and ready for the shock his mind wanders back to the grainfield scenes of fifty years ago The wheat harvesting device of that period was the cradle and to the man of that time the cradle was truly a triumph of inventive genius It was perfect nothing better could be imagined nothing better was needed or desired As a youngster I used to wonder how the human mind worked out such a perfect device how any man could be so smart Had I been brought face to face with the inventor 1 would have been glad to fall down and worship him for making the work of grainharvesting so rapid and so asy I had heard my father tell of how wheat had been harvested in the days of his youth Such a thing as a wheat...

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

iV l ii iik Isbe be beg g < cc a tiPi Pi siPJ 11 Pi CC CCa inSi < Si to in Pi tb ca caw th al th th cu fe lath isi CO beth t fr fr pe or BI pr pr prw in tb fr Pi cc fa fe he on st 4 of ke ba up ow th tu pr AVI Pit su be pe foi oumc te < bu ur th pa tb thmi mi an CO th lie th IGF hu yean re diTr Tr crj th ar- < ab crj tie ar- < ea as as th tl i up iy vri vriw lit wo < m > > i i TEMPLE CHURCH TO INSTALL ORGAN The congregation of the First Methodist Church of Temple closed a contract for the installation in that church of a magnificent pipe organ to cost approximately SI 0000 SUGARLAND TO HAVE LARGE WAREHOUSE Work has begun at Suparland on anew firstlass fireproof warehouse with capacity for the storage of 25000 000 pounds of sugar but its principal service is expected to be for the storage of raw supplies SERVICE MENS HOSPITAL GETS RADIO SET In the William Beaumont General Hospital at Fort Bliss a radio set has been installed which is said to be one of the best...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 July 1922

I w w x ITS IN DALLAS HrquMl rrvlce i rnluntn Hilt flrmil for Information In recard to mrtrliiiinlNn offered In tlih l > fladly cfttn liy theic HAITBUS OMHIATSMADti NHW WOOD HOWARDS lint 427 S Krvay St Dallas Agents Wanted ART GLASS iWRS Kverylhinu in Glass Church wlmiowii llent Opal ui for lamp ahadi Celluloid hand mirror rrpnlrol Chipped Um SIbiw Wlnl Shlcldt Dallas Art Glass Mr Co Dallaa Teiaa Patents and Trade Marks Jackl Schley OS Patent ATtom 305lHTERURBflHBLDCDJLL45 aigmcux Btocw sWirlaf on ELECTRIC MOTORS Couch Armature Works llleetrlr Molor SpcdalNtu New and S < Ml llm Motor ReKlnillni and It paimii Ilionc X < 775 mffln and Camp Strtrla I > alla Tnav TOOL GRINDERS FRED J LAGLER Crindi Any IMccd Tool Mall Order Ciyen Spcrinl Alter thin Iaper futUr lllud < < ami llane Ihu Automati lv round HOI Ilrjan SL Ilallav Tela BEAUTY PARLORS Learn n < nntr Culture Irlratc I < rm Diploma We tmrh all branchm of the art including marrcihni OLD LONDON BEAUTY SHOIIMi ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 July 1922

I N V L u o t t p V p s b P f 0H t b u t P t t Want Advertisements agevts wANtrn COUNTY Sale NUntrrr r yet IIW > Can vnu S 1 kWi irf pe J t r rompejied to bur f r v hai the are n pajinr II f < am > are the ry man in the rcorty wrr > ha it fur uV Get bu > r i o ar r PltRNEW C < MIAM Or TIV Malt fit Dtiaa Texas Corel altn fWir and w l > nnr t < nc ke w IK1 rkr fn a iwm e > cT yFl V < x liamseV Co JV l t t M Vic Txa A fVStU f V IliTCtJ tnMiAfjr MA r UJi IWi 1 r U Wfllit r li m rii > p m lit J f rtr 7 tr con1 t i i r lYv pofitaf ii brum i d4T T a j > j > nrf ition i anirth V > rmfrr nti r r coon ft U iiy 4 s IITttv a BluTtN co kAnw V v i A EN S antrd f fa n Ilnc t n t rrjw itr Krr u r r r tj J x II La Ar cxa ir J10 00 r i rna C p cr wi h m irv hrk r Ik a > maii f u riiy lh ad auto tlf r < r er hk Tbe i > r f in ji N r i h yx WhM t t ne co ricbU tu of t a r a k A > i pat formula t boa r ja a a i ri of > nvi Klniiu o t Kr f J r rrti...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 July 1922

Schools and Colleges THE THOMAS SCHOOL Hn Anion In Tela A Ilnanllnir nml Day School for Yauns 1 nlir ni j t Flrcproof hulMlne with mclfri v Sin i RS f 1 Sm13 J f In for small Ijny All Hcnartm l Xm ry mIsTc A TA n I vrto A A THOMAS A ill President SHORTHANDTYPEWRITING BOOKKEEPING Trrpivrti yonrself for huslne e 1 rMHy w llTSIaNKSS INSTITUTE ir o n < r 1 ThV School h WnHI Traellnr Mile TurTid Villa Maria UrsuSinc Academy llltYAN T11XAS Ciljont you wnnl yrmr rlrl to frrI nnwrth at home and rerelr Irntlon while nnrattM InJI puraultiK our rompUlo rnur nf atndle JriifilholNrOU riir1 ° l ono ° bat un > > i m o rdn ofnt t0irni V lrlnlnB for which the jmmilM wrarr SUtrr h noted rv juheie hut n n the robust hcnlth n > ° < nbhil by the farm orchard cm i ln 1 r or U IB MOTIIKIt SUFIlltlOR Real 100 American College Ks J YOUR Ue t term bvrms Oil HOYS AND YOUNG MENThe u ill edostlon t and tho most pleasant school Mo for> T III lllcli linnl and J innir i ollxgt Tin hlcbosl artl...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 July 1922

ft CO r l > left > ft on p TK w 101 111 II A r t j A I t > T u u f In Inr r < trM I A h u 1T PLEATING lUmitltthinz na1lfru Cntfrrd Hm breldrry Tlradlne nnd IlrMdlnr MU8 VAtMNK THNNin Ilnilrnlnc I > re < mklnr TMInrlnr Mull Order Given lmmpt Attention damas iiomans nuusnn IM Kim St l > alnx Tuns ZENITH The mnM modern and one of the larccst denn ing and Djeinc Plants in llio South PIIS t EI POST HquaU ood Service Our dyeinc pnL new color new life in the old suit and dress ZENITH CLEANING DYEING CO Carroll at Columbia DALLAS BUSINESS COLLEGE A RAGIAXT President Dais Tex Tbr Sfhwil With a Reputation The MCTHOPOUTAN bn been r rueessful ercratjon A Tear It < nnd F1I1ST in Trnu s a TUOROIiu ai JKI 1ABLE Commercial Sh > Wne I r full information hmlitT Tly Serrrn arr f t > f fomtnr the tandard of quality for fcttrrii in the > t > oth Ar itJ w iTtfi in rrrry cmiy trr in TexxA lx Dbam Ark knMi OLJahoma and IS t ICXJCO V U ft nrr errnrtrnitr far Thry yone mm ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 July 1922

W ai The GiftShop In aonoc things were most pleasant and agreeable At noon tho barbecued meats coffee IOE30E for rsorzao rp im r ly nt NOT WHERE BUT WHEN Evorybody In Tulla knows where to to go for cool refreshing IOE CREAMS AND SODAS Its Flynfs Parlor of course I So if its ti question of how ofton thon take tho advico of all health uthoritios Thoy say 30E30I Eat ico cream ovory day Dur ing tho hot summor months it is much to he proforTed to heavier foods and IOE CREAM IS A FOOD M Order by tho pint quart froezor Wo deliver Gifts That Last 1QE3Q K The day as real wanj r loii s < i r iiJ X Vilia rtC Sra lid cn mM0jC0 llSi extremity A tt T Reid 5Jfcju If j water was provided near ourt houe and the shade of tlm the lawn and on was inviting a < V hy youug and old Those who w something stronger than ice sVd plenty of oppartunitiei at bread and pickles were served on the The voting places for the several pre I O D o IOt = JO ND3 ARE ENTERTAINED j PRECINCT PRESIDING JUDGES IN TULIA AT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 July 1922

C3B Men s Overall Jumpers each 125 small strings It Looked Like a Battlctlold Europe S ld Mr O Dunater V ib at vin s in ii li tol in a ouiall and Men s oood blue work Shirts at 85c Men B V D style Un hrvear per oarm 75c > h1 Leather Work 50c r sd A real good Khaki ork Pants for men per pair 200 10 Big Bulletproof Bargains BANTA TE TIME TABLE Tulla Texti Bouthbouna No U4 I > ue to arrive at 845 a m iW d N MDa to m at IIS6 p tho S tc Ire a lb a to went J Nortbbon d Three i 3Cc 05 125 Bold und Crawford Plmrmary aM guaranteed by SoottTraey Jlurdwuro Co ioi r irt and roomuis ojottly JCI > M iat will help to fight the problem of present day buying Considering the REAL MARKET VALUE of these numbers they represent a WONDERFUL SAVING to the discriminating purchaser THESE ARE VALUES WORTHY OF YOUR INSPECTION The nationally known Cadet Silk Hose for women our regular 225 seller special price per pair 180 Cordovan color only tore Ahead Business Supremacy must be substantiated by someth...

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