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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

B B B B a a a a a a m a M Q H W M U u HAPPY HAPPENIKQS Mrs Alters loft Montliiy to visit Mrs Charllo Troljlsh at White Doer Mrs Trobish wns quite badly hurt somo tlmo ngo wli > thoir n enr turned over Hill Glovor mid Altlo Wlilto wero miyon cullers Sunday Mrs Urncst Wlilto visited nt Hunt Ik Hull In Cnuyon Saturday with Mlia Mildred MrManigal Mr and Mrs J l WhitL woro Am rillo callera Saturday Mr and Mrs Kmbry Finloy Joo Onr mori Mr Aikmnn and daughter VAu > pont part of last week nt Wliitellat l laming Tlioy returned lrlduy with iliout eleven bushel Mr and Mrs Win V Miller attended Hrimks Comedinns at Canyon Mondnv night Mrs less Millor was called to Temple Texas on account of scriouB illness of her sister Word lias boon roeclvod that her sister Is worse nnd alio will not bo homo for somo tlmo Mrs Mao Stone and two sons of O fh LJ h nwtf > MHMgfrtMfeAt i imt mrmri Sioux City lown are visiting with Mrp 0 II Htihlfn Mrs James Hurley and Mrs Mary Cook for somo tlmo Mr and Mrs...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

TUC I nC l UL1A nLRftLU MEET TULIA ON ATXOUST 2nd in tho n < INTEREST OF IBB HIGHWAY In nil BNOLEMAN K OBKVAN Owner BAUNETT OBllYAN Editor J 8 ENOIEMAN Publisher Entered at nerondrUts mull natter it the portoffiee at Tnlib Texan Bvbacrlptlon Price 200 Per Year Six Month 125 TULIA TEXAS JULY 2S IP22 HAPPY COMMUNITY HAS REMARKABLE GROWTH Continued from Ptge 1 > J iiiitf f v < < x < > r i i rtise Hand trst ns rl < ncp the H raso l t > i rn e < O eV rm r i V r ps ir n to cr In cii > cVe 7f r commenity As a matte hirdV ns a w fTpeo allr h eovirerren rncmb i TVrfr t with appiT ir 1 > PO firrilics has on nutPmnhi e tn Tih > ee families This is cid u the highest pereontnrp tte wi o MltBlMffiE en ii r r W Ws t of lawten In discussing this situatioa it was decided that if a bid was to be it would tcrland under the sun than that which f ° r < > > highway that this may betnke a good strong organization s Ha pj has a live commercial > lub i u nor ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

I Sheep in Connection With Farming Very Profitable Now since tlio Brunt llucka of the ritii > < aro holng broken up inoto tit tcntlon in lieiii piiiil by small farmers to sheep raisin which h proving Hint this industry is not nlnod but hns only just ntnrted i For a nunibor of yoarn wo liavo kopt n hiihiII llock as part of our uenernl fnrtnini business flndinR that it is not only prolitnhlc in n financial wny but actually mutton the farm latnl ami pasture better where tlioy run supplying froth meats for family uso at any or all times of the y < ur which rnnmil bo done so onslly by other stock Our Hook now eonsials of nno hundred and twenty four head from a start of seven Iron six yoiirM apo a a m u B a a a a H an a reat ndvnntti c n dry climate be diiciii thorn iiifj a finor lbn < is a little more ready I H those linos hurriedly written Hhould Kale at a stronger prlco than the wool M0I ° fllrlncr to 8C0 a wa > to of the Inrucr breed I liidp better his condition mnko l...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

U s No Better Country Than Plains Opinion of Resident of Happy By Mrs Eva Currlc ihnrds However there is it shortage Happy Texas July 27 Viewed lot fruit trees so urge your neighbor to u lnrge sense the history of the world i plant an orchard nofs in unending cycles So in n The weather is delightful and we are mvstifring evelo always ndvanclnu a fee froni 41l terrible heat which is st hon of the country rated in the Panhandle The farmers have a v tcm of agi What beautiful homes we have here culture that i being so sucee fullv VUiy should we wish to inovef To raise developed which is applicable to re our children in a country so hoalthful gions of normal rainfill A few of the land prosperous with educational inter innumerable product are as followsest and the Christian spirit among our wheat oats rye barley sndan corn fellowmen here should bo satisfactory maize and kaffir corn What fine car The Panhandle ha untold possibih den too with melons that are a load ties and its future devel...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

Lii i nil WAXS 3 The eommi o of central interest largo populn h J tintv house will servo a ire nearly j > c ion It is estimated tliere mediate duf 200 tanners living in tho lin Hiding Oi > strict while the tcetions in i laeos are ltimo Watrols and ncarbv liorrvvalc close enough to make the h < nofit ae project ono of inrrcaching who linvir cording to the views of thoao Las B B H B U H B n a n V t actively pushed the in liter gjKni N M Opt I I 1 BiiisBiHHBaaaii Pilrn Cfumnn ChIIoujij 1 licit indicate n nillinii ihcdtill thit jpjiu tliu lull ol the f jt last week Approximately two hundred anil eighty acres were added to the citv and the aliie of the addition will aji proach half a million dollars Tho new add it inn will be funned In 1 line running one fourth mile west from tho southwest i onirr of the old t it v hunts thence north to the north boundary of the railroad thence along the north sidi of the railroad to whero it intor sects tho northwest corner of tin old city limi...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

IW < f J VMWIiailittH w ll PSS fi ib m tfefti BlBHaBBBEBBaBBBaaBBBBDOBBOBDOPS a E B B B B B a B a B a m a a B a raH H n a o a 13H H H B H a B B B B B H B B H H H a H H B B B B B n B a B B B B a B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B inBBBBBraMEaHtaMracnaOUHHaBMtBBWBHBBaBOaaiHHHBUHBBBBBBM B B Wheat grown on the Texas Plains is as a rule considerably better than the average grade grown in other wheat growing sections of America and yet with just a little more attention the grade and the yield too may be improved This firm is now and always has been a friend to the farmer and there is no one who appreciates and enjoys the farmers success more than we do We enjoy being in a position to give him a good price for his grain and we had rather grade his grain up than down In plain English we like to see him prosper and are always glad to lend assistance when the occasion demands and we are in a position to do so With the coming of a new railroad Tulia will in all probability be the c...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

nilroad Edition Section III iume 13 CITY OF Icneiit ac rail now life will bo noticed on is nn old town ono of tho this section of tho stnto but her isolation bIio has novor cousldornblo growth To schools and churches will md oven somo of hor storoB thor citified appearance Her p as a wholo both city and ibovo the gonoral average in iys They are a progressive but thoy realize the value of ind connections jr roars these people have dreamed who hitvilr l is found auvwhere We Las Vak of the great irrigated dis f Texas and other stales of = JJ E a a a B B a a B a a u < u m THE TULIA HERALD TULIA SWISHER COUNTY TEXAS JULY 28 1922 ivo listened for the whistle and tho iging boll Several times they have en mado to bclievo that a railroad is suro but just before actual con ISOLATED CITY MAY SOON BE CONNECTED WITH OUTSIDE WORLD NEW BUILDINGS ARE BEING ERECTED AS THE RESULT Hay I McCorltle Irmcoo Countys It ailing irty miles from a railroad littlo and i thriving city t ra tivu connected with...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

86 1 1 ft ffi 1 SM < I r N C ty X i f KRESS KBINKLB8 Miss Mnttic Schclhngan and her cou in of Fort Worth Texas are visiting with their friends and relative Mr una Mr 8 E Groff of Kress 11 librcuds who is ono of the well known citizens of Kress has recently becn taken to tbo sanitarium at 1lsJn view and operated on Tho last report wo heard he wo getting along xiilendidlr Mr and Mrs John Elliott aro rejoicing over the arrival of a baby girl They have named her Joy Mr and Mrs Clem Stroup who had mode their homo in the premises of Tulia are now back in Kress and thoy intend to make this their future home X Jack Ervin of Tulia was scon on the Mreets of Kress Sunday afternoon There were many people seen on the streets of Kress July 22nd considering it was election day Miss Lola Erwn hat recently returned from Happy where she has been visiting her relatives Mr and Mrs Leo Er vi Th Methodist Sunday school class of Mrs Gregg sold sandwiches lemonade and cake Saturday The girls are rejoici...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

u i v < f 3 + + 4 + + + + + 4 + + + + 4 + jj + + > + > t t t I t + V PROGRAM OF THE FIFTH SUNDAY MEETING TO BE HELD WITH THE HAPPY BAPTIST CHURCH JULY 30 1022 FRIDAY 930 a m Dovotionnl 1000 a m Sunday School Organization James T Hale Tuliai 1020 a m Sunday School Evangelism A O Thompson Hereford 1040 a m S a Leadership Miss Elva Fronabargcr Canyon 1100 a m Sormon Bro II F Aullek NOON 230 p m Dovotionnl 300 p m Tho Churchs care for her young people Miss Elva Fronabargcr 330 p m Tho Churchs problem of worldlineia round tablo discussion led by H F Aulick 830 p m Sermon Bro B F Fronabargcr SATURDAY X 030 n m Devotional 1000 a in Financing the Kingdom work round tablo discussion led by W J JfoMinit 1100 a in Sermon Bro O L Morris 200 300 NOON in Board Meoting m Associntional B W M W Program 830 p m Sermon Bro E E Daws SUNDAY 1000 a m Sunday School 1100 a m Sormon NOON Dinner on tho Oround 230 p m Associational B Y P U > HJJS + + f 5t + + 5 + 4545 + 55J5 CARDUI HELPED REGAIN S...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

Y4 v tHE TUL1A HERALD ENOLEMAN OBIIYAN Owner BARNETT 0BRYAN Editor J 8 ENOIEMAN rnblisher Entered necondeUn mall natter t the po tofflee t Tulia Text Subscription Price 200 rer Yer Six Month 51CS TULIA TKXAS JULY 2 1022 DISTRIBUTION OF CHARITY There arc many things about the wa we now distribute our contributions to charity that tend toward waste and Inefficiency and generally speaking there is a stigma attached to acceptance of charity whether the recipient i to blame for hi condition or not There is a sense of bcmvolence on the one hand and shame on lie other the giver feels that he i Acting benevolently toward the recipient and the one who receives the charity feels ashamed of the plight which makes the acceptance of chanty a necessity The methods under which most of our charity is distributed arc such that there is no or anued center to which one in nei i inn apply without involving consider i gaticn aetei ri r > eal or tIt a m ful a pi i baf let are quit that Lvf ful Chri do...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

h 1 i DHTmiTB CONSTRUCTIVE rOLIOY AS TO TUB FOBBSTB OF TEXAS True Ptrlotl n Embraces tho Intolll gent Protection of tho Besonrcoa of Economlo Importance To thv CHlrons of Texas Iliu rn1 mid constant Increase In iupulntlon of u Nation or a Blato mado impornivo now methods of government for tlio protection ami promoiion of tlio public wolfnro Jn no particular is tliia fact so cloarly cmjiIiiininol as in the Nationwide real O D o 8n o D o o D o o 0o MIOE30E t W 6 million acres of virgin jilm forest and this Is boing cut nt tlio rato of about 200000 acres a jour In only a fow years not more than ten Texas will faco tho joccsslty of looking to Its second growth timber for lis sloek of native luinlior which will rcproscnt a holly inadequate supply and our poo plo will join the ranks of tlioso of many 8tien who are In ivy unporlorf of building matiiial bought at high p > ico Mid tiini v iieh a high freight rate w I hii ho paid otvvitl sianling thoso facts Toxns ttirfiv has no definite c...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

1 r I SADDLES HARNESS COLLARS LINES BRIDLES and all sorts of strap goods Neats Foot Oil A fine line of Cutlery Nails Fence Staples and numerous articles in the hardware line The Ammunition line is complete n o S B DYER South Side Square Tulia Texas OEXOE n o IOC wwter x 3QE30E nes aozzio rf J F MOORE WILL BE IN j KRESS GRAIN MARKET NEW BUILDING SOONj ATTRACTS ATTENTION J F Moore one of the leading deal1 Tlio town of Kress is situated almost J crs of Kress is now arranging to move in the lionrt of ono of the host whont his stock of general merchandise to the I growing sections on tho South Plnbu building formerly occupied by tho Ad i and business men of Kress nro nllvo to kisson Mercantile Company the situation There nro only a few Mr Mooro is ono of tho oldest eltl J resident in tho city but a majority fens in this section of the state but of these people reallio that if tholr is not too old to see the need of im j town is to prow if it is to be a popu provements He has been in the ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 July 1922

i Unexpecte oWUSCO Better Heavier Longer Wearing 30x3yxIO29 No Tax added on Sale Novo Copyrikllt USTircCo SCO set the high value mark for 3CKx 3V2 tires when it originated the 1090 price last Fall USCOtoday betters that mark with a new and greater USCO an USCO improved in many important ways For instance a thicker tread with aj surer hold on the road thicker side walls adding strength and life to the tire And the price is 1090 tintJi the tax absorbed by the manufacturer Men have always looked to USCO for the biggest tire moneys worth on the market They always get tire moneys tuorti than they expect 3EEK A PERSONAL TOUCH Special from Austin The Vodoral Prohibition Director for Toxns offico in Austin is anxious that r at Icnst once he may be assured at every newspaper in Texas carries information to its renders that the re Prohibition Unit from the com lioncr in Washington to tho last Ovcrhcavy foods causeVmoro illness dtirinr tlio summer weather than any pjher thing you do Simplify y...

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

7 i p t EKBBI It is not half so hard to own a homas you may think The man who really wants one can get it CITY OF KRESS IS RAPIDLY DEVELOPING Continued From Page 1 water supply of Swisher County dry fanning is not a necessity though rather profitable Yet smaller farms and Irrigation will be more bo In the Panhandle there is a home for every farmer in the state of Teas who does not own a home In Swisher County even in the Kress community there is a need for hundreds of farmers producers and home owners And the man who moves to this section will not make a mistake Every convenience may be expected There are no better schools and churches found in other portion of the State There is not another district where the citizenship is of a higher standard There is no place in America where the farmer raaj produce tAre with the of labor and same amount no place where land good land is cheaper Kre s i < onlv in its infancy Agriculture has just been proven But the < un that hine today on t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 August 1922

11 F I r L jme 13 AK Int Alia a IOESOI locaot and J B Jolui pit inn J K Swopston ii Alternate It pNonll th tcs to tin list Senatorial Con th 1 licnnis Zimmerman and W present ltcrnntos 1 I Andcr T M Iittlejohn locaoc All The Latest Phonograph Records Flynt Jewelry Co Visit Our Parlor When Dry The Gift Shop for Gifts Thai Last 5XOI Is JKUNT V 3WI aotaoc > ctOltlill o I fii i i > entiiu i C The f II aoaoc CONVENTION OF SWISHER COUNTY DEMOCRATS Jo Democrats of Swisher County Inst Saturday afternoon July 20th ounty Attornuy Henry I Jordans c in reguiur county convention i lgc P Taylor was nominated 1 elueted as tlio president of the con on un > l HurucM ii Itr n as the ur > 1 elected tes to tli iito Slate on v itk1i n S < pt > mljor > Han Antonio It i > I Tax K Ilendrix Alternates psou and T C WilleM < > to tin Congressional Con 1 lordan and < K Sni < i Harnett OHrvjn and vVf ttmu ales to tin 20th Senatorial Con t llie v i irt nflor Hi e nominal sonoc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 August 1922

NOTICE TULIA TEAOlEBRBt J H COX KILLED IN TULIA THE CONSOLIDATED INSTITUTE LAST SUNDAY ArTERNOON Tin itrlit ion of the tin he oi tin The people of Tuha cro mdccdf 1 1 lulln public ehools t called to the i nhoi k n Mtii Inst bun < lM of tin lemher Consolidated InMitiitc which death t Mr 1 U < ox tt il l In ii I i I In i n tumble fo i < a Mr i ii hm tr i i ii mi Iiihii llnyli iii > l I im Ijt 1 i I i nnl Ii ii tn i ill > < i u II IM l TIM III I I I II trI mi Mlll nr < lun bler ir H W llmik l i i r ind lodctd them in inil ulite were held until the examining 1 < wa shipped to Palmer where I med 1m ide other relitne ind lirother from Pampa ac 1 IV i siininniu Till Wedneda bdee OVeall set the bond of lohn and Hugh Broxrn at l i0000 each and n n Tin Brown it iW > 0 < > to > he aetion of the erand tnr it nxt tetn of our district ourt Each of the defendant have made iind BEAUTY SPOT CALLING YOU BAPTIST ENCAMPMENT GROUNDS Monda afternoon a jiarty left Tuha ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 August 1922

m REAL Hi 111 cigarettes WmW ECONOMY In the Kitchen USE They are GOOD S Is rtbe VOW fr The Tulia Herald When yoii bke with Calumet yju know there will be no loss or failures Thats why it is far less expensive than some other brands selling for less BEST BY TEST Food Authorities 9 s Sareatese i U li k 11 < with s0l0 cattle 0000 hogs and 4 i COO sheep a week ago and 1SS00 eattlo i 7l M liog < and ISO0 sheep a venr ago i i Roof Cattle for a settlement of the rail 1 trile with more modc Baav he led isat taking Qwaartity toy ftroaMgr Calumet proved bect by test in millions of BakeDay contests Largest selling brand in the world Contains only such ingredients as have been approved by U S Pure vrv MH 1 5 3 ST WXi13 CATTLE AND HOGS HIGHER to grass Oil cuttle from Kan SUEKP STEADY AND ACTIVE sas Oklahoma and Texas predominated I in the rim Choice 11iil pound fed Kaaans On Stock Vard JuU 31 tocrs Bold up to 10 Some Kansas I iL Tlic deelino n att 1 < prices last imiiIitciI fit steer br...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 August 1922

PRESCRtPTlON DRUGGIST J 1 VL bUAufTY Store 7icA 3ex4S tme NJTAL THE TULIA HERALD BNOIjEMAN O BRYAN Owners BARNETT O BRYAN Bdttor 1 S ENDLEMAN Publisher Enterirt m ero dtla Ball matter tt tb pontoffiei tt Toll T m flbicrlptlon Price 200 Tar Yew Six Month S125 road from iain Mure heaiiu ire Vipo Pari Th ci r wioher u i to thif road An of freiid ti arrive ant < f < nt the r ii ll st i < he fi ia r sa r to a hiid rin in Brisi t hiNe iuk the great neci of this ro a < S f < r t r tier of rear ind will no doubt po their riTi d n recL ivil always help 11 raid is strictly for Tulia and Swish < r County and every citizen in our ter fr The with these farts n mitii n tronacr t a pleasure and a privi cpe to print a ru wspaj er in Tulia For tu work with and for these people is a pleasure and to l > e counted a citimn with theai is indeed a privilege But a newspaper ii not only the product of the owners but it also reflects the community wherein it is published And as that com...

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

c A f O D o o 0o n o 11 LOCAL AND PBB80NAL i Swoot Pickles rouD8 onoci lo i Daily Nowh ngeney sW W SlflM W J vlulk WRY f at 0 FOR BALK A ha l y buggy Xo 223 k IIUX 28tfc Mr mill Mrs 1 II Thompson mill daughter Miss AvIh niul Miss Stella 1ortor 8iiont Sunday in Sllvorlon WILL TKADU otllo county fnm for Plains lnnilOl A JONES Dun lap Toxas JSlp Miss Avis Thompson luft Tuesday foi n two weeks visit with relatives and friends at Pntnpa Ooorgo ltoitKsor ol Hie Kress country wns n business visitor In Tulla Wednesday CRAWFORD on Sunday 1JHA11MACY open Ainnrib till noon 28tfc A J Harris and family wore in Ixicss Wednesday to attorn n program by tlio chautauqua now in that city FOU SALE Ono milchjowj freshened July lfitli See or write OKO A VAUGHN Tulin Veins 2l2c A A Dvcr returno di last Saturday from lrowiiwood nand is again at liii nost of dutv as engineer at our electric light and water station Phone 30tfc Matter 11 b Pales Jr was bora last Saturday July 20th to bless bo lives of Mi and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 August 1922

HAPPY IlArFENINQS Hov Frank Jlnclicr of M louis and Bcv Miller of liiibbock nre holding n revival mootinR nt the rrcsbytcrlnn church Fine interest i hciiiiR Miown by all anil large crowds nro attending j A baby boy wng born to Mr nnd Mrs lolin Irlbcck Mondny morning Mr nnd Mrs Nick Useldinp loft Inst Snturdnj for Omin t xislt at the W A Carnev home The returned Smidn > nlpht Mrs Vlutt nd four hildron of Amnrillo ire spending this week nt tho hom i I i jiiri t ir nnd Mrg Zook M No1 m n to tiiHav after ri tlrv inntis < Vitmio o t v KiinM Ai M i re reQi Qi o iirdnv > Tows son i CHi nd w i Herri n 1 d i > ont > n rents1 V i < < in Tilin McMnniiral of Onnvon ond i it parent tement v iv h hnii p was i i iscu bat Jiit W T fro The oil ttOAC ha I gotten on fire mi with qmek work the Move n taKin out nnd no damage w is < one only to the kitehen nhieli wis quite badl damaged Irvin MeMamgnl Ernest Shuman and Misses Nellio Kraney and Mildred Me Mnnigal were Canyon rallors...

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