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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 July 1922

J I V far i V 7 LOCAL AND PURS211 Swool ii Imll FORDS IKOCIJUt A < I 11 Q W m T 1 1 BEST BY TEST Tfh le Rev 1 S Kii nrt n t tirued the irs of the week from Muriantv and other places in Now Mino where he has uccu for a few weeks isiting with relatives and friends lie is again on his farm in the igo Park country Sim iiugnn and linithers mid it h era and other relatives from various irU of the state were in Tulii Mon day for a family reunion Kor tho benefit of having lasting mementoes of the occasion they had family group pictures mnde at Griggs Rtudlo enny Wise Pound Foolish Dont think because you can get a big can of Baking Powder for little money that you are saving anything Theres Only One Way to Save on BakeDay USE r It costs only a fraction of a cent for each baking You use less because t contains more than theordi nary leavening strength JISF s reatest Battens J I f > w < ptmi diid daughter I inhui lilt I iiomIiv nftcrnaon for Liutnn Oklahoma when Judge wipstuii will at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 July 1922

J rHETULIA HERALD VOLEMAN O MH AN Osvm rrnett cbraan t J S ENMEMAN V c Rntered in scrondelasj mall matter t the postoffice at Tulia Texas Subscription Pact S200 Per Yesx Six Months 125 TULIA TEXAS JULY 21 102 SUNDRY OBSERVATIONS X Nicoilctnm other men to work if they need work and the work needs to be done There is only one just principle of labor and that is the open shop The men of a given ehoji have the right to quit but they do not have the right to keep other men from working The wnter believe told him he could buy a lot for 2o0 in the right of labor to organize but he and knew of a small house that could knows as a matter of innate right that j be bought cheap to move on the lot organistod labor does not have the rinht to forbid other men to work And yet cooled by electric fans in > umptu < 3 offices get their feathers ruiT u at something that a railroa or an industry does and ± l lull the men from work and sJiiiiim thVrv as pickets about the tfiTroad or indu tiy tv iut...

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

V a a o a a K W u 5 13H 13a 9a 8a 8i x ion or orr mil m 2 Jd 0 Swoo Q o LOCAL AND PHE80NAL n 10E30 liofclcVsi FOUD8 OHOOI Phono 3 iNifJmlk kyv OltAWTOKO 11 ARM lo Daily Nowshfcenoy o on Simdny I > VV Mrs i A Clilltoii of Con in Tulin visiting witli licr K A Logan of lilllefiold wns u IMCMTI btislnesH visitor in Tulin Wednesdn iMtjfte < < n WILL TIUU1K nount turn I I Inp Texas y s < p I hlxoti iso jour dutv i i ci vote in tho prim in mi V > 22nd 1022 tff Mn liOnnie Childress and family moved Mondav morning ° he S e r j I rwddenee in Vorthvre < Tulia whne thev are now comfortnbh domiciled 1apor plates tin eiftis and spoons fo I Jndyo W P It 1 list flu iirst nl ili It r ii It i lui FOR 8ALK tab > No 221 1 V 30tfc W W Stephenson and A J Ilatr wore visitor in Ilninvicw Tuesday afternoon Iitti 1 J0U SALB One Tbim lUxi i I ill old condition 1 j birgiiln S A a i el J IIM per res ltiml i i n of II nii lit in IhIui nil III 1 1 111 H II I the picnicker SBecj pnes on exon ...

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

Jf fo ei o D o 8 1 IOC IOE xoexoi M o D o D o D o n o VARIETY GOODS t At o mtkcri of Jones Bargain Store aocaoc 30E30C Tmciicer Whoop Ja XVhoopAa I Heap btg eat Gee chat Jf real I mi tan got tome of these goody Kelloggs Corn Flakes Betcha they wouldnt Ut u fellers have any at alll Harry op they might come in emy zninutcl COT aocaoc aoxaoc 30E30E aocaoc lonoc LOOK LISTEN READ aocaoc OF GOOD BUSINESS IS A SATISFIED CUSTOMER YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED 30C30 30E30II O The three highest pens In the Mnrphreysborough 111 egg laying contest re ANOONAfl Also the highest individual record is an ANCONA Eggs from Best Winners are 400 per 15 Others arc cheaper but not to good 500 per hundred from nock KRESS JOHN WOOD TEXAS Telephons 3 N Tulia Texas FRESH AND CURED MEATS cCCC S iiRAN cuoUJ sod Lnuallcd EAGLE TAILORING COMPANY nnORLEBS DBY OLEANIKa LADIEQ WORK A SPECIALTY WOBK OAIiLED FOB AKD DELIVERED BOB EDWARDS Prop Phone No 184 v n o aocao angeyour ami today CORM FLAKES instead of heavy foods ...

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

j unchettes THE CHILDS KMM1ES AH Investigation hotitil begin With and be for the benefit of the oilld The population f the United States t U vuuld b ateen or twenty million nor tud i not iven for the negteci < and parents ft muncPal o tjtnent More u Uun fifteen or twenty millions of Children have been born in the United Sutej in the pan fifteen or twenty fk JreIr i ho have died because of > R mlntl domestic and municipal eglect ti w Wonj to the brassband posses lu In works of superficiality We arr eacewlve talkers but are rather meagre In labors of worthwhile in investigations Wt hale the drudgery of patient toiling im tigating for the protection of out children Wc have crim inally neglected the child prior to J irth and immediately following his entrance into tbr world We ar trfprtli nil for Con Cress o xrtt milflmij dollau to fight llaaaita nam rjtru > > ig our hogs jheep caul and Wir c but we have pent km VxiKtrmi pre inte a i onflow ii ytii fr injrnpna t n o u P a de...

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

88 t r t HH f OCSOI o D o D o OD D o o D o Ti Telepr o n o V jraf LOC The three hii contest are J AKCONA Bggi frm but not 10 go < KRESS XOCXOI X0E30I M 0o 0D IS Whaepla Heap bie eatI i teal Indian 0 thtte good Corn Ftahe I uwacfnf let have any ot e op ifcw cny TTiinvttV dren turn thinl out t 10 brea nibb dige deli the RED signatu Cora F Alio Buriu QDOj aOi It 3 iESrf 3TOC1CE OT Si Or33 J ItS3 3 1 Hii Is TEA i i4 I o < A < i i asd U as 3x 15 lii L t 3 r h f tStWP tcisiil it i i vri C F SJOGREN General Auctioneer Kre Texas Special Atiemion Given t All Sales f w hatever size > jTiJcmtittt i I M Jlt irjit if si S ijtJl Jf i ccratut n t Birs uoted at 160 tr r fc i = H33 coirirrT a > 2 tats TO 33 SZPmsrE 15 i JO j Ss x xat r < ft 4 i r tt W bj aju Ut j a i is sSatJi il is i am i Tx 1 ijui wts i tit stiii u t lsi Z + T 1 3 > < 1 f v strariui Cmcs Tex 1 a z Irie iT v h < vzj Tirrt i r t i vi 1 tJMA 1 K U lit U Jt JW in fe ia f r iVj 3 5 k a r x tv V TOi 1 if O toM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

I Iroad Edition Section I 13 IA WILL HAVE IDERN 100000 iCHOOL BUILDING ions of Tulia nro rather proud of public achoolB and right tlioy bo low cities tho she of Tu boost of a bottor public school or moro coinpotont instructors of cr tho diroct management utendont I O P ngwoll nnd Prin J O West tho schools have mndo lenient appear bright T TEXAS O of C TOUR AT NORTH AND EAST FAIRS iford July 27 Tho Exhibit Do Chamber j of the West Toxns rcis B M Vliitek < r > us < uuin > os upon every county the nec of joining the movement to mi le its resource in the North and fat the big fair in tin West Te lamber of Commerce exhibits tour THE TULIA HERALD PRESIDENT ASKED TO progross And while duo credit I was taken in view of tho fact that West j bo given these men ono must Texas facing one of the greatest cropi tcrlook tho ofllcient corps of in it history is confronted with rho lmvo so nobly nssistcd thcmn crisis in its transportation system I t is n well known fact that no which if n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

I gr AT TMB BAPTIST OHTTRCH All the regular ocrvlecs will lie held Beit Sunday It in the lifth Sunday and wmc of tho folks xvill hare to ho fcway for the Fifth Sunday meeting nt Happy hut wo will have nil tho regular crvlcet during the day The pastor will preach both hours Cordial welcome to everybody IAS T HALE Gen Supt K K DAWSON raster BAPTIST W M S The W M S of the Baptist church met Wednesday July 26th for an interesting prog nm led hj Mrs C W McFarling The subject of the afternoons study was Making a Homo in the New Land The meeting was opened h Leaning on the Everlasting Prayer by Mrs Aabury An interesting discussion singing Arms of the Long Long Trail of the Immigrant by Mrs S S Williams The One Hundred Per Cent American by Mrs A M Pierson Mrs H H Tracy talked on Assimilation Mrs Jame Hale talked on The Voice of the Unassimilated Mrs J M 8haw gave a splendid talk o What Wilt Thou Have Me to dot Mrs Asburys subject was The Voice of the Assimilated Mrs B J Ssallings gave the l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

If Hie o s nn ino organization i > I th li < ln support of the en r t i > i i l i t imtograph ii members nf the band whi wi Mken lat Smidn iflcruonn just In for tli > m m I 1 tot i Methn huril il > I > the li i I mti number of the band is a re i nuiicinn inr simn ir oieits John lVwell seiretirv of the Plain > Hoard of tit Pe cloumciit w l Tlh i the llr t ot the week en route niinllo to look after business mat S a a H B a I int i it the intercut ofj Don t for tin I urn in e Hipti In i rihaudle i Oulf I Encampment to be held in tho Ceta tnilmnd i miiwiiis cist of llipp troni Aug tt o p to 11th Ii22 You are most cor I ibies grow photographs dont So dialh united to si > end nuir h ition o i their w i i h lii ng ilein < ln i imp grounds re ar It M rieb < r rctiirii < l ip i < frJ7 < s T1 int > mi l rbli riom hi eMondcil Tii i Tei j lOtfc r yuwvvr ji imutiwiw mcv vvmuj < ivwvc qn3 w r I tnr Ti li i in < l the Vew Railroad QtjaaanBaaasnjnaDac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

9 f We Want Your Produce It makes no difference what you have if it has any value at all we want Chickens Turkeys Eggs and Cream Our prices are always highest and we appreciate your business Further we are the pioneer produce people in Tulia and our years of experience enables us to handle your business in a more satisfying manner We are Boosting the New Railroad Tulia Qtf3rtfT Texas THE TULIA HERALD BA11NBTT OBKYAN Editor J S KNOliEMAN Publisher Kntoroil s secondclaw mall natter t the postotTiee Ht Tullft T SnbscripUon rnco S200 Par Tc r Six Month 125 TlUA T11XAS JUM 2S 1022 Hot weather bin again > oon the orilor uf the dm hut our nights are cool and refreshing And then from reports from and they are welcome to do so but wo I ilr and i jjB G Porter left sev Dr E B Atwood president of Way eral dav ago foP outing trip to land Baptist College of Plainview de JSPut d points of interest in New livered a most excellent sermon last Mexico Word received irom them by vTulia friends state...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

w u u SIB a a u a M H tJH LOOM AND PBR80NAL Bweot liuhlon in liulk tit O I1UX roiiDa orookky 28tfc Miss Paulino Nix apant Saturdny and Sunday with liomofnllc in Sllvorton Mrs 10 W linker ami son llnl loft Moiuluy niRlit for Dallas whoro tlioy will Hpcnd Rovornl months I York of Amnrlllo one of tho lulvurtlsliiK man for tlio 1 II 0 was n liisiii08H visitor in Tiilln tliis wook Mr nnd Mrs A T Holers spoilt Init Sunday at tliolr farm in tlio Vigo Iurk country WILL THAIBsfottlc founly farm for Plains land ILxA TONUS Dim lap Texas 2Slp Mrs It Q Clonnin and motlior Mrs I Oulltmi wore visiting in lrionn Wedj nosdny nnd Thursday ji j i Miis Thelnia Nix of Silvurton U Tulia visiting with her sister Mrs Iter man Johnston ORAWKOMU lHAKMACY Amnril v lo Dally Newt agency open till noou on Sunday 26tfe Mr and Mrs Horace llugers ot tho Vigo Park community were in Tulia visiting with Mr Rogers parents Mr and Mrs A T Itogors Mr and MrB V H Gardner and children and Mrs Arthur Ilnzaluood of Canyon wor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

I r IT I BETTER IN THE MEANTIME Additional Locals This week we present our pedal edition of The Tuha Herald Th s has been a stupendous work and took the combined work of the editor the pub isher the lino operator the antoeastir is also hclasant time Prospects and the devil And much praise aj been rca tbouch somc o by aBCcompiVmc of < tj1 ei < ad vertisew s = pplCs peaches and plums i fmcnts and the writeups can be seen nd from the abundance of the satn the braiu and skill of that artist Mr es we know that some nood fruit is AUCorkle To all of these friends we rilfeea jn Swisher County this year cictend sincere thank And hope that reat country an increasing population nd a happy and contented people Mr and Mrs N L Ball and children John S and Geraldine arrived m Tulia Fridav morning They have been living m Walnut TPpring for several months nast We are glad to welcome these good people back to Tulia Mr Ball hi been erv capably assisting u with the mechanical work on the Herald i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

w > Ol > w > + fr ill JP a a a m n B U H U B a a u a a a faEI U Wrt A r4tMVRR3V M Farmers Grain Company Buyers of Grains and Seeds e X X SELLERS OF LIGHT CRUST FLOUR r PROG V X X OLD HOMESTEAD FLOUR SPLIT SILK FLOUR BARTONS BLOCK SALT BRAN SHORTS COTTON SEED MEAL AND CAKE x FENCE POSTS ANCHOR POSTS BINDER TWINE DOMESTIC AND STEAM COAL reciate Your Business TULIA TEXAS ver for College Station where they will relatives and friends in Town North spend this week Mr Bennett will and South Dakota and adjacent states spend the week at the A M Col They have been gone for about fivo lege in meeting called by the state of w c = and made tho trip in their Ford lieinls He has made us a most worthy county agent during his past six months of service and wo are sure that ho will ou will always find us in the line of progress We are ready for the new railroad and are working for it Our ne whome a 50 by 100 foot brick building just across the street from our present location which we comple...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

I I > i THE TULIA HERALD CAR WENT 0VE ON SOENIO ROUTE nNGlEMAN ft OBIIYAN Owner Mr mer for BAKNETT OBKYAN Editor J 8 EN01EMAN TtibllRbcr Kntorcil a crondrUt mall mutter it the postofflce at TiiIIr Tttu 8nb crlptlon Pnco 200 Ter Six Montk 125 Ye r TUMA TKXAS JULY S IMS INSIDE STORY OF SUCCESS Morpin might ninkc a cood far fher < haitrcm so much taid al > out thr nreubf more farmers and better ones that maybe we had better take a little notice of other lines of business I elieve we need more bu iness men in ide life Not that there is not num < r enough rui we need men that v 11 co out in the market of today a > at e present wholesale prices nnd te at a reasoi le profit and not ban together to c > t > profit on war time iiought eood Sueh a course can only ruin the con turner and rebound to thp detriment of the business man in the end I believe if our cood papers would train their guns on home prices rather than to people for ordering their good it wonld be better f...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

OZARK TRAILS ARE BEING EXTENDED mm H H v > Ht SSBSasK I struutcil and bolng constructed n Inrfjo mllcngo of linrtl surfaced rond The pro sent indications tiro that it will be only n short titno until thoro will be 11 luird surfaced rond between St Louis Missouri nnd Oklnhomn City Okln houin u distance of somo 020 miles Tho Ourk Trnlla Association was ToxnrknnnSlrntforil Oklahoma orKimhud In or about tho your ioifitlvi8ion ls boliiR jnnrked with pyrv for tho purpose of promoting nn interest in tho buildhiK of good ronds nnd the marking of such rouds bo Hint tho tourist could follow It without hnving to inqiiiro the direction nt every cross rond At tho present time this Trail linn mno 3500 milos of marked road On mids In nil of tho towns of any sio at thu prcsont time this division is JG8 miles in length passing through a vor interesting section of Oklahoma mid Arkansas Tho tourist will find lino camp situs plonty of fishing in tho summer and hunting in tho winter along this divisi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

l1 I M y COMPLETE ELECTION RETURNS OF SWISHER CO DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY The following arc the unoflleinl returns of the first primnry held tail Saturday July 22nd Tlicre may he n few errors as the Democratic Executive Ommittco for SwMier will not meet imil Saturday afternoon July 29th to ennvas the returns from the net era otinp precincts but in the main we think tho following habula tioiis nre < orrect Precincts 1 tnited States Senator Cullcn P Thomas 136 Earle B Mayficld 14 Robert Lee Henry 12 ilnrenc Ousley 112 C A Culbeson 19 James E Ferguson 1 Congressman at Large E W Cole 334 Chiof Justice Sin Court t r Cnrc n 334 A I H Ot v 336 i 1 l 1 m Ap i all Term A J Harper 143 W C Morrw 144 Ju Cc Court Crr Appl il nexpired term F L HawVns 33S Gccrnor Pat M Neff 222 Fred S Roc < r SI W W Kinc 3 Harrr T Warner 1G lieutenant Governor Col Billie Mavfleld Tr 56 Jns E Edin ndson 10 T W Davidson 96 W A Johnson 140 Attorney Geileral W A Kreliic 334 Rrrcad ouimissioner J E Mason 124 Allison Ma...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

f t Wi fl Dallas Texas July 27 Denmark U n Itttlo land full of hnppy poople sftld n tonchcr In one of tholr lending ngrlculturnl schools to Claronco Poo editor of tho 1rogroulvo 1nrMicr during n visit ho mndo to that country for tho purpose of studying tho cooperative mnrkotlng system In Donmnrk says Mr Poo coopera tlon is Indood tlio rulo nnd not tho exception A fnrmor doos not just bolong to ono cooperative organisation ho bo longs to several four or fivo or ocn more nnd his cooporntivo mnrkotlng K societies nro orgnni7od on tho same im11s Inoss bnsis on which our rf < t4 cooporatlvo mnrkotlng JiJf the Bouth nro orgnnirod M CE30E = n o rjo o o o EI0E3OI associations of As one ngrlculturnl lendor said to mo J j ln Donmnrk p You must mnko our Amoricnn yi fnrmors rosolvo on tho compulsory fen turo In tho vory beginning Orcnt as fOTare tho advantages of co operation In Denmark our farmers would ncvortho loss hnvo failed in a groat monsurc just ns tho Qormnn formers would also hnvo ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

pr S TBXilA tfOUH 01TT OF SOUTH j enjoy prosperity with Ihem It Is ot TIiAtKS HAS BRIGHT FUTUM M > ta o they hnvo personal ambitions It Continued from Pago 1 wim possible There is no section 1 America better adapted for irrigation The land while generally smoothc has sufficient Mopo to carry water over almost nn unlimited number of acres And the waiter is incxhaustablc Wells only a hundred or o feet in depth are of NtifTleicnt strength to irrigate largo tracts of land Generally speaking ir is not because they wish for gain but because they rcallrc that hundreds and thousands of farmers in Texas nlono today are working from early morning until late at night trying to eke out a scant living for themselves and loved ones when overy obstacle Imaginable is staring them in the face and they know at best all they will over get is a mere existence On the Plains of Texas there is a imc for every farmer in the state who rigation is profitable but dry farming rciltlnJi anA thof farm ran ho ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

IXi Railroad Edition Section II Volume 13 her1 3E30I T C30E By 1 J Ncff 30E30I MNaviMaMaCIBfflNmigWawftlMhMtti hnvo buon roquosted to give our ration anil forecast a probable i > of tlio plains country relative to in producing country tuny interest us to go back to our HlmprOBaiona whon as a school boy Jtudicd of tho section then known flio staked plains of Texas and was cribed as a somiilesort inhabited by oiv roving bauds of Indians minim bio prairio dogs horned toads tnr Vtl od rattlo snakes Our first im maincd with us until tho when wo mado our llrsl visit wlnnhandlo and wo wcro somo wi surprised to find it settled sparsely If intelligent and refined citizens ho prairio covered with n Hhort S HUlrH ° u Brn88i on which J fe ing vast herds of line white < m > 0 Is time there luid been ory 1ulo farming attempted except in a small way to produce feed for winter fnK tn0 e 1 horses But as small g ctTort that was put forth the ksJtJiced luxuriant growth of the JWtrptics of th...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

t SWINE BREEDING IN PANHANDLE IS NOST PROFITABLE BUSINESS By J W McCrercy us that h > should c condemn tho In response to tho solicitation of a hogs when the were offering financial rcproscntnthe of tho StarTelegram assist incc in a time of greatest need and at the request of some of our per Again in that eventful year of 1913 onal friends we have consented to when there was very little Rritn of any write a short sketch relative to our per kind raised in this section wo had eonal experience and observations in i tultc a number of hogs thnt were rust tbo swine industry of the Panhandle lm their own living in the fields that Plains country wore not worth harvesting Early We have been interested and engaged inns that fall and a good acre ice < mi in the production of good hogs for more to winter wheat furnished an noun than third of this sketch Happy which was our nearest railroad wheat pasture having consumed less station with onlv a prairie road and than dollars worth of grain ...

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