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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 September 1922

w 4 M Joe Mn < Mi m i > i h o 0o 101 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Phone 202 > 1 tiuimiJiuiiuuiviiuiitiiiirtiHTinmiimiiutuiiuiEuuiiiiuiuuMi tiiutniiituHMMHBiMiitii iiuiiiiinuniiiiiiuiitiiBc Tjpowrllcr inrluin paper mid sire for gnlo nt this ofllco Will Vice in I Hill illinmi of s i tiin Tovas wore In Tulla visit Sunday nR friends in 1 Mrs l r m x s 0 11 ri iiii its ul relitiv c nn I UaiHundny Mrs Scott P i in returned h i tor i tew rtav s i it II i > nl in f < X itives in 01 lnlmm i for some time i1 i > im 1 nir n Tilii viih nl t cMindi on his return to his home in Silvcrton Terns Wiiiitoil To runt farm mid sell sIulIc to renter Address thu Herald olllro Miss Lorn Griffin was a llium lew j lmnk Clark and W U Iriiikljn or iiitor last Friday I Hodley Tuxas iiitcd friends Inn i > < lmrt time Monday whilo on tholr way tiir cntiK printed and eniirnul Iioin iiimiii Tin tit Iluinxiew Mr Bco us when in need of tliotn 1 ulnrk has tlosul out Ins XiImi I nit Andrew Hush loft Inst ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 September 1922

f i 10 24 > yo ch ov cs as th lie BCl D lit r KC No 4 < H o THE TULIA HERALD i BNOLEMAN BALL Publishers Entered ar < cronitclnM mall mutter it the pout office at Tulla Third 8nb crlpUon Price J200 Per Tear Six Montkt i 25 TULIA TKX > SEPTEMBER 22 1922 CHEERFUL NEWS An oldorl philosopher complained the other dsv to an editor that the ncv iier of toda make too dismal fi iflu H i i < ri lull from one end I i other cf ne < about the evil oft e vorld he said Crimes di nsten strike6 mirital infelicities eonfints between people and different elements of soi iet nuiko up the bulk of the neiv The dispatche from Europe report war conflict ma icrei starvation plapue and a whole brood of evils This observer said that newspaper reading at present left him profoundly depressed He felt that the newspaper should make more effort to present the cheerful side of life Newspaper men would Generally say in replv to such a comment that conflict and crime naturalh attract more erause the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 September 1922

5 iLfti iscr Mrs T rd iv on V HimimmHiinrtiuniinntuuintmiiiiimtwtHitfmnmniiuinuiiKMnHnii iininiinnninriinitiiuiniiintfHiiuiiitiHiiiKHiiiJiiiinMi LOCAL AND PERSONAL Phone 202 Tlio eolobrntod Fttrstnow ntiddlos 8 1 llAss Nnlnnd viinlilor of Hip First gfl B DYBlt astfc National Until was in Amarlllo Wcdnos SiKWS Mr ami Mrs 1 1 McMcnnnuiy and U daughter and Hon Freda ami S T fAvisited in Halo Ccnlcr Sunday Mrs S B Dlnwiddio and sun Chestur loft last Friday for Hot MprinKH where they will spend some time visiting It will pny you to see Thompson Pin dure before yon sell your cubs mid fryers Miss Oeio loo Hrltton of Pliiinvlow was tlio guost of MIS Aliliie Shnfor here tlio latter part of last ween lust a few packages of Dromedary Dates loft TUCKUIS PltODUCK CO i2tfo Rev W C Wright pastor of tin Christian church of Plumview visited with Tidia friends Wednesday For your Sunday dinner ordijr a nice Veal Honet uf TUCKIClt PUODUOK 00 112tfe Burnett OBryan was a business visitor in Happy Canyon ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 September 1922

y l time ed tnt A Tr I r V r Tape No 0 ntfKiainmiiiamfflniminniimiiniiciunjiiiraimrattunnraiimnim iffluiraimjnnmmiinre RURAL CORRESPONDENCE Address nil communications to The Herald IliiiiiiiiraiDiiiiiaitiiiiiiiraiiiimirairaiiniiBiuiiiiiiii aBnninffl UAPPY HArPENINOSI cr rvi rln r < 1 Oat i > r tirrfv 1 rl v Jdrs Trank Carney of n n i st v i w Mr ard Mr Tv t i ll i Mr and Mrs v t j o i > u 11 S i ib and w n tl il ti I i Plt i e i in bit > spn < s i i r v Mr Anurtllo > V i > rae hte ci i ne m ed tv n n inc birth of a baby K ir to Mr and Mr Jf hn M re Tho Hap iis i i tiu M Moore ac eettr i nisitioti n I irt Tl < mi mit at We niM Mr 3 i T nfternorn was spent in needlework Lci r fn liironts ot offee ind phic Ml r Ti ip n r Pr t T p h win tuet nex wi h Mrs 11 rrp R U v re t Bl oil Befte to wn i ci t Alt rvin Oran i i I Mr and Mrs K K Kdmonds nnl Mr and Mt Hlt a Icr Tupday Mr and lr > 1 < > liHmr fin > m1 Dill Ill ilH lr MiVilrny i at e lii Ml toIt Mr se...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 September 1922

P ft TEXAS PANHANDLENEWS Talmkn Tlio rij of Tithnhn lias just si Id 10000 in inning IkiikIb nt par iind neeiticrt inlorcat Work on paving llio clroelM will stnrl immediately AjX HlUW R Jl ill of ltovM II New Mu Moo who Iiiih hi on ciillid to tlio pastorate oi the 1irit Baptist tlnrili of Uoro ford has ii copied the nil iml bojjnn In ministrx tin re list > iml i Vlnloiie I c I > 1 1 i il illi 1 i hi entioii of Ho West I i m INtiil Intir ivti Asso i it ion will In hold in l il one nl the We t Ti n 1 m S > pt ni crinllii to no aiumum i nntit In Presi dent lee Simpson of innlir Dpnisnn Pcit IS I m hiinlii 1 hi I fKt Tcaiih inrd nu ii I rum himhi llerefmd nnd Ainirillri ill intitui Inn this iftornoon for their homes The dntnihnieiit of milllia on dnt will ho out in linlf Ulli Gniirdsmeii ceMiiour cept 10 At a lonsidera 1ioti of 7 nn0 dolph Mi hnn his our ehnOd the Humios nmrh of 2 Oflfi aeres noir this eiti Mr Mirlini plans to tiperise the nneli in person It is one of the best n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 September 1922

tc 2 < 5t ct 0C6 tltf 8 i < Tt > ct No G apimiuuiaiiiniii RU Add iiE w I ivr r i st mig wi Mr and M i el fin itl Mr and M 1 ni il tV rV ner Pmi in a WClT Cl llfl j nu > iin i u p c i in Hiiijv birth of a ba John Mirre jU > t < Imrt ti ceptjn a posi Tho ommiii DCsdj wiMi I afternoon wnf lan < H refresh ken in lie will meet next Mr 1 pr from a i > a Mr nirY Vr VrFj < Fj M w rr and > I nwiddie gT 1 Mrs I is w > No 8 none 5WCET none OtCT putl cm to deep Tom mivs that it took him throe week to learn how to run his thwer anil e en I now he has nothing but four bottles of limment for all hi pain j can get so if you will phone us any Look over your printing needs and i news that we may know as soon as it Jet us have vour order We will treat j happens we will appreciate it very yon right and do ou best to get it out j much In this way you can help to ox time make the Herald a more newsy paper le letter U lear able tl it Tii hlr T l t It ri HORSES AND MULES 1 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 29 September 1922

ime 13 t tou fAg TOM WATSON DIES i isPDENIiY IN WASHINGTON ashingtou Sopt 2tT Another pow jjyind picturesque figure passed gpjlblie lifo in the death today of torrhomns K Watson of Georgia leatb which occured at 2t oclock trnorniug was sudden and mice jff ling tu physicians icsiiP friij Ittaek of asthma ek r eon a suff < rer for falVcilsH from the disease and on tiSunday experienced an acuto at f 110 physicians and a nurse were lejbedsidc when the end came but vidow who in in ill health and oth datives were at the home in Thorn Ga s for which Mr Watson had icdto depart todav for the con Aa > tonal recess m i lol in crl lNCMHilr PLACED IN ROSE HILL CEMETERY Windmill is alroadv on the ground Sill Miim I put up by Tom Krvin ft th Hose Hill Cemetery The fjthus obtained will be of much Tin beautifying the City of the as through rv commit ti the efforts of the of the Tulia Civic tn < l vni m was purchaa vjTOiis is another of the many good fSmiiiiating from the Civic League F >...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 29 September 1922

t < 2 y o c a t t B V < < < St TEXAS PANHANDLE NEWS Pliirvicw Seit 23 A ood roads meeting will be held in the city audi torinia October 2 to disevs the Rtner ai road situation Col R V Smvthe c believes there county ngineer says i cnoughl county fund to keep the road system of Hale cnts n rood conditio Capt T A Bay commanding oScer of Battery A was in town this week from his a m aear k ° ckae Tt and devoted considerable time to placing the Armory in fii > t elas condition H has built a new office for the battery and rearranged it completely at the Armory pletely He is expecting the guns and horses to be sent before long Plain view Herald The Memphis Chamber of Commerce Band is now the official Panhandle PlainsjChamber of Commerce Band winning with two ning ttat honor in competition other bands at the Planhandle Plains Convention at Amanllo on Wednesday of last week The other competing band were Texhomas thirtyfive piece Kmd the 1P21 Panhandle champions and Herefords t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 29 September 1922

if r ri + fit irniirniimriimniiiniiiJiiniujumjm riiimmnnnuiinmiinimummnnmntmTnimirniiMJiiiirmrnimiiiMiurai itminHMitiriitHirMrMiii LOCAL AND PERSONAL Phone 202 luoMiuuiuuaniiaiiiitn llfim WnHo HplHnr wns over fiom Tulla Sat k firctay visiting relalhci Halls Hanncr Calling ennh jirintcil and engraved 800 lis when in need of thorn Howard Martin son of A I Martin lelt last week for Austin where ho will be a student in tho Stnto Unicrslty for thu eoniing school joar FOUND Hold ring Owner may Intui same > ilisoriliintr it and puing for this adv Mish Ann Luis CiiiitriU left Sunday for Helton where she will enter linlor Collego for jonng Indies W Martin left lirtt week for his Mr aiil Mrs Wlllio Itlcki of Oinn ilian were weekond quests of Mr Kicks parents Mr ami Mrs J W Kicks and other relatives and many fnonilH here Illnnk typewriter paper put up in pnekages of 25 nnd C sheets at 10 and 25 cents per package for snlo nt < this office Prof I 0 Harwell and i of the Tulla l > nldic s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 29 September 1922

u s ej ni 11 II iV 4 V4 > c 4 THE TULIA HERALD t BHOLEMAN BALL Pnbllahan Entered m Mcnfclw Ball aatter it the poatofflee at Tnlfa Tesai ftabectlpUon Price H300 Per Tear Blx Montt 1106 = = TULIA TEXAS SEPTEMBER 29 1922 Swisher County has raised cotton this year And more dollars per acre will bo realiicd from this than any other one crop This has been done in one of the dryest years We ee no rood reason why every farmer should not mix a little cotton with his other crops At least if one fnils the other may make It is also urged that farmers attempt to raise as nearly the same kind of pot ton ns possible There are enthusiasts for the Acala long staple A number have raised that grade this year and we are reliably informed that the price per bale on the long staple will be from 15 to 20 per bale more than the short staple or other grades if pooled together in as large lot as thirty bales Also Acala seed saved from this years crop will be much better adopted to this climate for next ye...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 29 September 1922

y m < > J3W VJ1P LOCAL AND PERSONAL Phone 202 nSflSnnnniSnlBRMBSSBBJPSSBBMBSMBSSSHPIieBBI i Vrnnk Wood was reported quite sick J ist Saturday and Sunduy He wns sneering from nppondicitia u It will pay you to sco Thompson Produce before you sell your ogga and fryers H L l > auglilln of Uoron cimo In Tuesday for a s tcr Mrs Arno Kcim IOC30C visit Tandle nothing but loans Toxas with Ills Mrs Clay Kowler and Ircnliic Itieh < mls of Sllvertoiiwnre I Tulla shopping Thursday Aro jou interested in 6 per cent sim ple annual interest on a lone time Varm qt Ranch Ioan1 8ec 1 W Patterson Room 20 Grant Building Plainview Texas Phones 507 and 201 hand Leant exclusively No aide lines 39tfc tf Mri R K Daniel has been quite ij > sick for several weeks with rheuma lfL ttntn > Wv Wo want local correspondents in each < t IV 4 community in tsia territory If our t community U not represented in the i > Jk Bernld columns will you kindly write 1 JWor ua or help ua got somo one Write...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 29 September 1922

T Re No 6 I We arestHJ hogpipjDown 1 wiHBaKSinafiii AND KICKING EM AWAY The pmes on our nrv Vail tioodi arc not onh chopped din > n to meet ire ent i ond > tion > e ire Virkinp them nil down And out We nre determined to mike things at our pl uc Rood easy and pleasant Yon will ha r no reprets if you como to Hngooda Place Tulin and Hnppv Tens to net your new fall and winter Suits The pneo > hopped down nnd kicked away 3000 and 3500 Suit all co for i4 2500 imf Suits t SI 1 md JIT 50 vMens Boys twopant Suit 1500 row 1 > ind down to 650 The lare < and nost complete line of men s and boys Sweaters over shown n Tul i 200 to 10 00 Some in English rib twotone effort Dont take a substitute Oet our neee on onr line of Wool Shirtv and Winter Underwear Fr e i i 1 fill merchandise is chopped down and kicked out of the way v n w 1 be so plad if you see us at Tulia nnd Happy before yon bay We had rather ihow you than to try to tell you Too much to tell come in and see for yourself...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 29 September 1922

K t WIIKLY FIHAN01AL KIV W Preputd for the Tulia Htrald ttat by 4 R0M KkMUU8utMle l Depart i > ment of the Flnt National Bank In St Louis Week Ending September 21 1022 BtilldiiiR throughout the country rench b the unpicccdcntcd IiIrIi level of K SS VpO000OOOdurliirthc first Imlf of 1022 HaiN < 1 > oo00 > 000 for tnr 1 XVfWriod An umisnlly high proportion te iYolved small operations with per jHSSnl residential Few skyscrapers or I Team Matched ltav Mares 0 eirs old weight 600 J SueklinR Mule Horse Coll 2C Head Cattle IS Head Ueeistcred Hhoit Horn Cattle 7 Hoffifltercd Cows I II Year Old Heifers Registered t Year Old Heifers Registered Veaillnc Heifers RegiHtered 1 Registered Short Horn Hull 1 Heifer Calves Bull Calvee subject to RogUtry Orinled 10 Year Old Milk Con Hided II Year Old Heifer These registered cattle are all topy well bred ShortHorn Cnttlo ami as well bred as any If iuteiested write for catalogue Tedigrees furnished on all Registered Cattle peotlvely for 1020...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 29 September 1922

V Tag N 8 honr WITH THE CHURCHES AT THE METHODIST CHURCH Next Sunday is Rally Dax in our Sunday school A progrnm will bo rendered nod appropriate promotion ecrci es ob fcrvod The superintendent is Very anxious that every old pupil he in their place and that every other person in the town who ought to l > o in our Sunday frchool bo with us Let us make it a sure mougb rally bv coming out in full force The program begins promptly at ten oclock and will Inst through both the Sunday school and preaching hour The pastor will preach at the evening A good live message and a hearty welcome awaits you at the Methodist church T < WlllETT Paster AT THE BATTIST CHURCH Next Suuduy is the first Sunday of the new quarter and the first Sundiiv after promotion so hat it i very needful that everybody be on hand for the Sunday Mhool at 1000 oclock in the morning Two ilassp are to be or ganJ7od in the Senior Department for those who verc promoted from the Intermediate Department The pastor will pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 October 1922

to k IT V s 1 Volume 13 ioi M o D o D 0 a 0IOI Sale IOC iocaoi fl I0E30E 30E30I TO MEETING OF October 2Stli U22 aocaoc THE TULIA HERALD nonoc j COON FY TEACHERS AS SQCIATIQN SUCCESS1 301 < Vf I II T ltfvnolds of Iove legislitive committee T C Bagwell of Tulia 0 R Bridges of Happy T 1 Bniint of Klkins School Pair committee T M Kildcr of Tulia O n Bridges of Happy aoi SOMETHING NEW In Ear Bobs Bar Pins Watches Etc at attractive prices Flynt Jewelry Company The GIFT SHOP for GIFTS that LAST Malili and huilcrj Itiiiiiirintj intmpll Done 30E30 S The met meeting of the as linj Claud Barker of Kress ion will be held in Tulia on Sat T11 l0m1 Umj1pi1 to ivu to the win nor in the bovs and girls Club Mem program a published la week 0lV pxhibits > i frce roundtrip ticket miiil out and tbe futho nr < UU1IU U0mniod ition to the iiAB0Athetbsc Jiu aisyHtsert ccninpn nt t I Pwepstou jiresidtiit of the ns oi utiim iinnnunces the following com mittens I > jrim committee W V Cook of Kress T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 October 1922

+ < < < N < > < + 4 + + + + < 4 < A4 + fr + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + < + < < N SN i + TEXAS PANHANDLENEWS < < X > < J InuiK Noel has sold his initio ami for JJfiOOO damage based on tlio death mosl of hi oilier stock to N Stovnll of her husband allowed to have occurred of 11 > < < Ne < l H n nee i m iOfl > To her 1 n si otl i l i > i a r i r > i > 11 jst t 11 fh oton enterprt > > here H wu r will t < I2 td III Ml i > r Ml Tt nt n l ia > ginned it Tulia bit 1 I1K > S11 > 1 at the s > stcd 1 y Kn ghts n of tl o n i e > a V 1 lilt TO rrc ol ir ght to i e bal f Fnv v bv < d bv the piv or 10H Cars hand bv the m irillo drain Exchange in Sept1 er tailed 6l according to Inspector John F Ross Prad i i tll the ar were wheat with s few of oat and corn Scarcelv anv milo msije were inspected Kirst Christian church of Kan a Citv and will pren < h his initial < frraon ther fcnn day Slat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 October 1922

i K V U SOCIAL ENTERTAINMENTS r By Special Reporters iWrHEBBTmO MBETIKO OP TUMA OIVIO LEAGUE Tho Tulin Civic lcaguo mot in regular session Monday October 2nd nt tho e nrt house Mrs T h Hrown tlio loaguoB prosidont presiding Bovornl splendid ropnrti wore givt n particular those nf the Oiuotor Am norlntion which is composed of Men dames Uiitchinon Ward Duke imd Iortor And tlio flirl Seoul committee Urn H 1 McMiirtry as chnirninn with T irn Oriffln assisting Mrs Huteliinnou reported the wind null erected tt tin umotorv und the Grave Yard in n clean condition Jrs P I linkc reported whit wns c lip lecomplishod by tint i nnunittcc in tho ncsr future This committee is rinluh doing wonderful work rind 1 mild lim lie en opcrnlion of everv mlividuul in Tnlin Mrs MeMitrtn ga o tin ex client talk on Qlrl Scouts what lt mennt to the rl in the fnltirc to In a inoinlicr when this was organised win it was igiturod all these points were brought cut fullv in her talk Miss lorn Orif fin nude an intere...

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

4 AceUPACY COTTON POOLING toi growM hi n s i le lliiii t IWI I is Illtltll But Thcrf i no 1 i 1 11 tionr 5WEET i mm I is 1 to ff9VrC THE NYAL 0UM1TY store tlergymen medical experts psycho3na inn Scientists Emanuelists and every t otrt li it on i f tn il When the dottors find patients who ail to respond to treatment for physi ial ailments thev will collaborate with healers who will bo given a ihance to practice their curative theorut Pcrhapf out of tht compromise or imalgamation mav come a greater longevity for humanity which has been so battered from pillar to post by conflicting theories of religion and treatment of human ills o i > i Ii n i r iiti n ml th premium on it ll s T i In ers cottAtresr PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST 70 TifLtA Z > 4 < sr THE TULIA HERALD hcrya no fford 0 M icculitr market jti < c ENQLEMAN BALL rubliahoi Entered ap ncrond clnss mull ranttft t the poetolTirp At Tulia Tarnn Bnb crtptlon rncc 200 Ter Six Montk 125 Te r TULIA TKXAS OCTOBER C 102 NEAR FAITH ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 October 1922

1 tf i pBMMgmwiniiinM > wiunmnnimtii LOCAL AND PERSONAL Phone 202 H M OnfToy of near Sllvortin wns here on business Sntttrday Watch for tlio Onb Cent Srito date iiiro before you sell your egg and time Wirden Mack rnwfoid has is sued warning tint those killing phea nts II bo prosicuteit to the fullest vent of the law QC30C noaon ryers i I II Alciind > i iiiinbur denh r of Milvcrlnn is i Itusiuohs visitor in Tulia i uesdny Hie H I V will hold a baked cake h 1o at the Homo Bakery Salurdni ctohei 1 ttli Halo will begin prompt < at S oclock a m i Mr and Mrs 1 lanlnur of Oil Ton Oily were quests of rehitues and Id time friondn here last Tuesdn CAR Fine Arknnsnn apples coming about October 11th Inoit price Hoe A Kilcronso The Roxnll Store 40le Mr ami Mrs Frank Scott Jr and Mr nuil Mrs S 8 Willinms nnd hildrcn Roberta nnd Initios woro Amn jillo visitors Friday littlo son Ponce of Happy wore visitors in Tulln tiunday OHIANINU ANI PRKSSING Work vailed for anil delivered PITY TAIL It ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 October 1922

JTV I TopSo 0 AMERICANS ON TURKISH FRONT rv AJTCIM ST V Uncle Sam shake i postixe head and saj s xve xvil noi bt drawn Into the European tanple caused b > Turk xictonci oxer the Greeks and the massacre at Smxrna Hoxxexer American rc re cntaUve re at work to report deek > pmcnu and help in relic uoik The photo xhoxxs Admiral Mark L Bristol xxitl wife and Pii C rnold the l Director of the < ai Fast k insinititi one il the tati v established by the Near East Kenci Committee near Constantinople r i j r THE TEXAS PIONEERS x M0rroM neat the Sin Saba r x or in m iM eeniutxr Miller t n i xr Mi r oil 21 ind Morrow 20 nrrnxv Tli h reT 1 i e r s old wo lid Both men sun ned the bnttjp i i n V r i f0r the Tulu lUrad 11 1 7 ie W irri hlis iing a Teal lie jew f SAY YouR > il ChEC < b GETTiiCt SlGGER WM the Tnlia Ht V P4f 11 dtt < iMr tbi deorX e vour t > otint iiid Jsrnonjr other tiiii > > tie fitrbt r > extfei i iTronatre a iifirf3 of Indiin and two pioneers c 1 the ...

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