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

W3r h H f i h PHONE NO 15 t FOR THE BEST BREAD l USE Light Crust Old Homestead OR Split Silk Flour PRICES RIGHT BARTON SPHINX BRAND MEAT SALT Bear in mind we want your trade For Bal By FARMERS GRAIN CO TULTA TEXAS Christmas Cards Read The Advertisements And Profit Thereby < Call and See Our Samples A Better Line at Lower Prices Tulia Heralds Watch the little folk W I speed home MllJJrr I nlualj uin the rncr mien I uirr Zionir hellaer I Cum I rs cant harJI umt till 1 im quich rmijaer Jbr Its fjreat lo see childcnthusiasin for Kclioggs great to sec every one in the family enjoy their crisi crtinclnness and wondetful flavor To sit down before a heaping bowlful of these joyous ovenbiowned sweethcartsof thpcotn and some milk or cream and fiesh fruit if its handy is jubt about the very last word in appetizing appeal And your good taste will prove that Kelloggs Corn Flakes ought to be superior they are TOASTED CORNFLAKES the original Com Flakes Kelloggs are never tough or leathery never...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 November 1922

5bv v r j > e No o U r it Pat No I IED GROSS PUTS UP 9J39872 Years Budget Stresses Relief and Services at Home and Overseas MILLIONS FOR VETERAN AID Over S3000000 Allotted to the Disabled Foreign Work Lessens WtMilnjton Expenditure totaling 073957247 for carrying through lt program of ter tce and relief durizct tt fiscal year In the United State od overa a are authorized In th fcvdget of the American Red Cross af levllvi Julj 1 1022 Thla total It Z 786975 leas than the expenditurej forth la t fiscal ear when disbursements reached f 1247 > S47 69 It la announced at National Headquarters 1b a atatemtiit emphasising the necessity f coounu d uupuort of Ilia erstala Hea by enrollment during the tinnual Jloll Call November llNoember 30 Inclusive This otal for the budjeet la exclusive of the larxe financial operations of the 3300 active Red Croaa Chapters which it Is estimated will ere than double the total War Veterant Have First Call First cull on Rod Cross fund > Is for he disa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 November 1922

Q g 30C30E Flynt Jewery Company g The GIFT SHOP for GIFTS that LAST j I R IOE30I aocioc 30E30E 30E30E of visitors and friends of the exhibitor was very small The bad weather of last Saturday did not in any way effect the excellence of the show Some really jjooil stuff was on exhibition and you vuisscd something by not viewing those dislp ys H Tlie exhibit of chickens was especial y ghol thcr eiig nearly ono hundred jirds on exhibition The following list of premiums will give an idea of the class of exhibits Hog Division DurocJcrscy Junior Yearling Hoar list J C Fry Senior Pig Hoar 1st 1 t Frye Junior lig Hoar 1st 1oe and u lind Webb Henkle 3rd 1 O Kr Senior Sow lig st and 2nd 1 W jMillcr 3rd E A Poo Junior Sow lig 1st and 2nd 1 W Miller 3rd J C Frye Senior Champion Hoar J O Krye Junior Champion Hoar J C Krye Grand Champion J C Krye on Giant Iathmnster Junior Champion Sow J W Miller Grand Champion Sow J W Miller Futurity Litter J C Krye i Hreeders Young Herd J O Krye Poland China Sen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 November 1922

J J Ill IRIRI1IBIIISBI1IIII o NOTICE Important STORE CLOSED ALL DAY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 9 MAKING PROPER PREPARATIONS FOR THIS GREAT MONEY SAVING EVENT THESE TREMENDOUS STOCKS MUST BE ARRANGED AND THE PRICES MARKED DOWN laiBIIIIBIIBIBRIBIIBGIIIiGIBRBBBiaiBiailllB NOW IS THE TIME TO SUPPLY YOUR HOME WITH THESE NEEDED UTENSILS AND DISHES 6 cup Aluminum Pereolater regular 3125 value this sale 89c 2 imart Aluminum Double Boiler regular 150 value this sale 119 One lot assorted Aluminum ware values to 200 your choice this sale 109 17 ounce Hoffman House Goblet regular 20c value 6 for 89c On Jot < f Enameled ware 15c and 20c values this sale each lie Al cithu Aluminum enameled ware tin w lt crockery reduced Ari Me Kit = heavy Aluminum each 19c 4 < + + t t + + + t + t + Notions and Sundries Sansilk Crochet Thread the spool 3c Good quality Box paper at 19c All Tennis Oxfords and Balls at extra low prices All House Shoes will be bargains at this sale Palmolive Soap 3 bars for 19c Limit 6 b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 November 1922

t I r B B B B B B Tl NOTICE TO CHUROHE COUNTRY COBHESlflNDENTB AND OTHER COfTRIBTJTORB All iiinttor Intended dr publication must ho hnndcd In before Wednesday noon encli week Church nnd ichool items should lio in our ollieo on Tuesday or before Nothing but ate mows nnd pnld ndverllsuifr is wanted after noon I t i i nli iMdenbo NOW fr lh > Tnlin Herald i i BEIBJ BmHK8JHaHHBIHBrariF3HBHRtataiaH0KKHI3QBini R M a R n B B B B n B B B B B B B a flH H m a is taa tara ra raa 831H 831g a S3S3 S3 S3n a n siG Call and See Our Samples A Belter Line at Lower Prices uiia grocery i o without charge By Trading With Us Tell Your Friends About i > This Exceptional OfferS V OUR CARDS THEY ARE VAIIIA K A 2 HBaaafaH HaaHi3BBHEaHBBBHHBa ljaBiaaEBaB R Fia S3n a a u a n u B a m a B a n H H U m H a a a j a a u H a a a a a a a OBBfflBBBHBnnnaBlBHMI HHHHIBBJSB aaHBnHK a B I orid El ment M > AWI THE llLIA lltiALt tin top with 1040011000 THB TDLIA HEBALD WBEKLY FINANCIAL REVIEW Prepared for tho TiUia H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 November 1922

xl Page No r H ii njtt I ul Tue < dav In i > luiiotis re iin 11 abiity was i 1r Ut It I r < jal declared Tl i nrm r 1 a 11 ct 1 < c rh o a rilf > untrv than ins of To tountra f r f in n t V TIT Hoi the far IB t r i i i his ok rs l t e ill fi on o cr a bat if the erf and a quik m t ood stand an will li pr it tn laid considerable < f < h urine an i it eradication il expense id roj or met r 1 i li will riim i i e of cot ire i illt d J ir i i properh mm t i ii p ed is planted a t eood crop udle Plain Publisher o X7P GOES SUGAR WHSM IT SHOULD BE GOING DOWN Suyar ha steadily nen in ri < in < 6 the pti jf of the rordne i Alt < umber profiteer t tiirifi ait and a rifw adaiue has been anno med h the refiner > Already the retail prue of su ar in cerlaiu parts ot the tountrv 1 i jone to eiilit cents a pound What the pme will be in another month or two d < pi uds ntirely on the disposition of the re lor nd the profiteers odueers of beet su ar m Lurope i surpl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 November 1922

m W4i I Thyinui filii rii v i in sivii you money nn gjnhgii L i Mthscriptloii Jlvo us n trial ilMr Mr ami Mrs Jim Moirls left Tiles tdayfor Clovis New Moxico whore they jwlll upend several months OK SAUE Good amitli 1 Harno Enquire at tlio Ileralil u co J and Mrs lranlt Aiderson of iwood nrrivcii last Tuesday aid lake their home in Tulia JAY11I A rod gilt weight about ids Strayed from pen 1ihlriy r inl Iinder pierce notify WilllMIIS jrs I Iulliini ami Mrs li nd daughters pent Satur u Ainarillo Hot 218 Plant Heater r Ira L Tucker spun the 1 visiting friends ia llain not bcnutiful line of fildors 51111 ed in tlio west at Criggs 41tfo Judge W C Dinwiddie returned this rirst of tho week from a several days business trip into New Mexico It will pay you to sco Thompson Pro jEtTiduco beforo you sell your eggs and fryers rf rfv v Mr Rruco Oriffin of los Angles California arrived Thuisduv and will innho his home with hi < father Dr J k Oriffin iff i o the Parmer Oram i o ffiifrtcr potitoe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 November 1922

ttL m V jr J l P v FOR THE BEST BREAD USE Light Crust Old Homestead OR Split Silk Flour PRICES RIGHT BARTON SPHINX BRAND MEAT SALT Bear in mind we want your track1 For Sale By FARMERS GRAIN CO PHONE NO IS wi > tii > M i nrwHrTrrr i iitinr nmiinn n r n i iiiri1 i liii i m i L ac KrJ SVt VeJ r CHECKS CrT v 6lGGER If kl TTJLIA TEXAS Read The Advertisements MORS MiLK AT LES5 < tov CtV > y Cut ike Cost of Production vis u > sg iv ucn rtjucjrsji the iail Civs rr psstue s5ip iknvn d dyiryiKen have found they can pro i caS per gaion by feedirt littte C Z i ov you can cut the ot pro i n you can put your v j v bene t a ioncer milking per j HiTj rejs rf c airymcr are using Cow Chpv to wr milk costs Ccw Chow contains + iust the right proteins to balance grass and to make it produce more milk ana i ood ttniiiCcnv Chow will malte volt will v priii checks bigger and lower the laia < ocos of producing the milk per < gallon Order Today W C COWAN GRAIN CO Watch This Space Next We...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 November 1922

< nulr Start JKS VALUEf VING AND MON ifiINS fOR MEN AND WOMEN yt HIS STORE HAS A MORE > F r ORTUNITIES BEEN PRE JPJI HISTORY HAS BEEN SO Wju P HERES WHY Never Be ws OF MEferiANDISE ON SiKkVFOR US FORTUNATE r NE AVENUE TO SUCCESS ir ILL BRJ G IN THIS START flWlNG AND VALUE GIVING 1 m 301 = 101 aosroi All 50c Imported Ginghams 39c All 30c Ginghams 24c All 25c Ginghams 19c Several hundred yards of Ginghams in assorted checks to close at lie Good heavy Bath Towels each 21c 15c Wash Cloths at 9c Good quality 36inch Percales light and dark colors the yard 15c Extra quality unbleached Domestic the yard lie Regular 20c bleached Domestic the yd 15c Mens good Cotton Sweaters each 89c New Stock of Wall Paper received All goes in this sale at money saving prices J4 > < + 4A + + r > > > v A j Do your Christmas shopping now It is but a short time until the holidays and we offer hundreds of bargains suitable for Gifts All Cut Glass and hand painted China at greatly reduced pri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 November 1922

V 33ld v the r Ke No e wmTOirnifflimiaraiairanirannnmiRirannnnmrJiDmnrc C o 5 > o 1 llt for Oklahoma Pnd n Mr M w t to I I S i r i i utty ill Si Mr at if Mi f ii iiW W I Hi I S t 1 tr Lilr t r 115 C I T > W I Pond and two ihildrcn Saturday aid returned Ion father and brothers Mitinp Iiui left Suti i r the5 home in Bell wili C < J m i I 11 i 11 ti itid had V n i an I r ij S srdiv t I llv Tluv Mr nd Mi S T1V t > ic lil Met Tiro Thev Ux > i Mrs H 11 Gil llT t Slil dav tf git Ti id o led for the Railma1 hi n c 1 11 m o VIGO PARK s i t 1 f S 1a v > t tli AiiTs ii ier vr iu Mex N tl he Si rdiv Kit tit t rit nr 0 Good Mr Mayo s 11 11 ltt > > e Mr and VT n i ti o t r 1 nail i i not a1 e iclier i t e t v i hoid fever 1 11 l s the T e is been worl z < worli until irs will go to ith to work returned n S are C0Ui en working 1 returmd it Rev Johnson l riau jirca li r preiii 1 > i last Scnday ovenin fi nhoii < n faith Mr and Mr i j iaa2i ter Tosephine Mr r i rs Gt...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 November 1922

m I ipLUME u 1 1 JL f > V < rf rfUP PlNTO tfCOMES < Vflf MO W < fB ± J THIS S BEST PETE l YOU COME QUICK u m YELLOW HEAUED GHOST WHAT iffi ALLEE SAME HABj I 15YOO MEAN ARE JELLOW HEADED T > OWN BY WELL V if2 Y CRAZY SHOW ME A WHAT YOU > SAW 0F lM d20 by T e SunHerald Corporalion to MAGAZ1JN1U SECTION TULIA HERALD rsr M TULIA SWISHER COUNTY TEXAS NOV 10 1022 THE FOREMAN TOLD The Cowg < ds of OJoy AGLOSTJ > jf hEHHEH YOU MUST BE SEEING THINGS CHING YORTA HEV YOUK > EYES ATTENDED TO AtihtttiMt CHING NO CLAZY i HIM SEE GLOST RlGHT HERE US YOU SAW A GHOST CHING TMD YOU GEE ITS TOO BAD YOU DIDMT HAVE A BUCKET OF HOT WATER HANDY THATS THE czrf 7 ONLY WAY TO r Af- > FIX A GHOST > C J r V r p ViW 7 V XfjXmz X u l1 sy r t V Wt ALRlCbHTr j DN 2L CHING HM HO CLAXY HIM SEE GLOST id Br M M BRAYNEU 2 y as GEE ITS A ISHAWE TO SPOL A G00D GHOST 32222SS LIKE z SAY FOREMAN WE RIGGED UP THIS HaLLOVsEEN PUMPKIN DoWM BY THE WELL AND NEARLY SCARED CHING TO LOOK CHIMG THER...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 November 1922

Ri Jt H t AnntiU Mrrlinc of rild SrllVm Hi IVlon TumS pl J Jr01 In the presence of so many persons whoso residence here is of longer duration or who are to the manor born 1 should feel highly honored to be an old settlor yet it appears prcump tious on my part to nddrc ou as an old settler but when I am a kod to discuss the experience of A Country Boy m the Black Waxy I feel more at home To be a count ry boy or any sort of boy I had first to be born and that interesting event occurred in Coffee county Tennessee on the 23rd day of April 1SJ5 Next to be in the Black Waxy I had to come to Texas and in October 1S57 my father with mother and six of us children started overland in wagons on our long and weary journey We had with us John A George and family one of his brothersinlaw Mark Alexander being a grown man also John M Young son of Rev Alpha Young and Henry French and family also P IL Coffee We crossed the Tennessee at Savannah and the Mississippi river at Memphis and came through on...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 November 1922

s jn I1 I STYLES P o o p 1 o who write for newspapers these days I K CURRENT COMMENT must bo very careful and guarded not only in what they write but in the a u b i o c t s they choose for discussion It is always out of place as well as very dangerous to undertake a discussion of religious matters for with us religion and church ore synonymous terms and if something be written or some hint be dropped that gives some persons church the worst of it a subscriber will bo lost and that person will become an enemy for life No matter if a person doesnt care enough for a church to at tend its services onco a year or put more than a nickel in its collection pinto when he does attend his bristles will stand up straight and he will spout venom even as an inflated balloon spouts smoke the minute you intimate that the doctrines of his church do not square with Biblical teaching or that the adherents of his churchs doctrines are not on tho straight and narrow way that leads to the abode of the bl...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 November 1922

1 t V BRIEF TEXAS NEWS NEW FKKIGHT EQUIPMENT The need for additional freight equipment in Texas is to be supplied in part at least by the Rock Island Haihvay which has placed order for new cars etc to cost alwut S500O000 ONEMAN CARS INCREASING Oneman cars on 1he street railways in lra c ties appear to be increasing in number They run faster but make more nv p than the larger twomen cars are more co non u n opt ration an tauw less w < and tear to the trai ks NEW PCROOIS PROVIDED San Anpelo is to vae a Mexican and a nepm school which will cost 1V > 81 exclusive of wiring roofing and painting The two building will be alike The contract was awarded recently by the San Angolo Board of Education EASTERN STAR STATE MEETING More than five hundred members of the Eastern Star gathered in Dallas the latter part of October for the state convention It is claimed to have been the largest Eastern Star convention ever held in Texas BUSINESS SLOGAN ADOPTED Better Business Better States This is...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 November 1922

91 f J BUY IN FT WORTH OHfM for Mrrchandlir ntlvcrllard In IhU column or nny Information tf quntrl will be cUdlr furnlihttl > r Ihi Ilrma hclourl LABORATORIES WILL YOUR SEEDS JROW Dnnt iilnnt ntirllc ntiI ur urnl eonlnmln liil with wptJ ami Imt rwiulrr 3 to 10 iUy dp l > < nillim on the klnJ of ami Ktrmlnatlnn T l 1200 Itr Snmplr Purity Tnt IISO to 1500 Additional TI1K KOHT WOltTII IAlOltATOIliH not ICOf Tort Worth lnaa PAPER SUPPLIES l wr natu Wrapplnr laptr Twin Iloifn SpFrialllr ATLAS PAI > EK CO II hai to pome thrsnch Iort Worth Anyway P It TUSCANY Vrn Mer Thonn l I lit Ixt H73 KORT WOltTll U S A Well Drilling Supplies Fort Worth Well Machinery < fc Supply Co Maimfartnrrn FT WORTH WELL DRILLING RIGS 9 SIZES 9 1000 tart and Iim Writ for II n 11 11 a a TooU Cable licit Itcpalra Knclnei Tank1 Fort Worth Texas Our dyeing pats nrw color new life in the old luit and dress 7 Our plant is the most modern nnd one of the largest Cleaning and Dyeing Plants in the South PLUS ...

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

1 C 11 Turner of Collin county sold n bale of long staple cotton for 2ic a pound Scurry counly5 third potU trv show will be held in Snyder on Dec 89 Arrangements arc iieirjr ado for a minin urn f 2j pens Two lb ui 5ind head of Ordem eiecntea in ROUND and < i ODD LOTS Our litrai traJysu cocUlm uiurfnl data to COTTON traders Write for 1100 COTTXJN ErenparttDcxit Ocsterman Co iMmthluxi Lilt Mix Dll i Texai XS7U Pwlulfkc Hut Hi A species ° ared Bra > i attie are to be dnv1 worm The worm eats the The South Plains Poultry t > xc j from pasturesseed soon after it is sown Association is making plans and also feeds on the roots of < ar lithart to grass near for its annual poultry show Mw < Huberts c r y jthe newly sprouted grain jn piainview during 0c a pound This is the patch this vear He is a na largest orchard of its kind in tive of Iowa and his five the state Gardeners under the di Tie Eastland Comity Poul try Raisers and Breeders Association recently organized acres is u...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 November 1922

llTS IN DALLAS W n Itnraettj for Information la retard a errlc or merehandla offered in this column will b tUdlr tlrtn bjr tlieje firm I HATTERS OLD IIATS MADE NEW WOOD EDWAKDS lint Itcnovntnro i21 S Krvay SU Dnllan AicnLs Wonted ART GLASS M RS Everything in Glass Church windows J lent Opal CAtm fur lamp fthadet Celluloid hand mirrors rcpaircL Chipped Haas Slims Wind Shields Dallas Art Glass Mfjr Co Dallas Tuns Patents and Trade Marks Patents OiTfllrUb Fdrt InvE raHS J4CK4SCHtEy USPJTEHt > 1fTqpHEy 305 iHTERURBflH BLDGDJLLJ5 3I9 HCilU BCOG WlSHINCTdh ELECTRIC MOTORS Couch Armature Works Kleetrle Motor Speclalhta Ner iuhI SecondHand Motrin Rewinding and Kepnfrinir Phone X4I75 Griffin and Camp Streets Dallu Texas TOOL GRINDERS FRED J LAGLER Grind Any Udrd TooL MaO Orders Glrcn Spcrlal Attrition Pi > t Cutter llladi nnd Plane Hits Automatically Ground 1101 Ilrjan L Dallas Tcxas BEAUTY PARLORS Learn IWaty Culture Prirata Iysaom T > U pltraWL W tench all braneha of the art inclu...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 November 1922

k v < ACCORDIAN PUS ATIS I SKIRTS Houttnn llett wtr A ItuMnn Tdcson Radio Phones A4eUblt tvitphrrrra C1rnnct Cm tt f illWK W vcr > K nr > fteW tort > Utt I ompnm llontlnn 1r i0U a RUSIXEKS COLLEGE A KAOIAND lmndont 1 > 11 1 > i The Srhnol Willi < ptitMlMi The MFTHOPOIITAN h J > ureefnl fperntinn S > yare it f riltST lr > 1o > H iui n THOUOt Oil h MI1AH1F mrnrrrial fVtioM Writ Iff full information tdrve Phoor Cfc65 cs Lf > ptCR H1mi M EXPECTANCY is a pleasure in itself when waiting for your favorite ctrp ADMIRATION Wto by Pontic Coffee Co Houston Tcxn yon need never feel rmeasy about results when you use MA RECITAL NEIL the Door that has held the favor of Texas finest cooks for years Buy MARECHAt NELL from your grocer next time Collin Cocntr uid KlrvfcUir < < McKinncj Itju INITED DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY The filounR wore elected > iiAV Ifucrs of the Texas t I i tod Daughters ul tho nnfrdrrncy which met in annual convention at Fort Worth Oc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 November 1922

lysine 13 V > E 30E30E rm Woman and i < jc in Hail Case The natural curiosity of a mule an important factor in solution ic murderi of Rev Hall and his y choir singer Eleanor Mills at Brunswick N J line Gibson farm woman y evening was riding W search of com thieves Vjmule attracted her attcn ic murder party just as the artcd Mrs Gibson came j a witness when an inno i as accused n UGET SOUND TO GULF 1 is tlOHWAY CONVENTION mal convention of the Iuget iiilf Highway Association will t Brady IVmis Weilnesdny Dim 22 beginning at 1000 a m mnot iiossibly attend do the hing Help to see that votir properh reprctented IOESOC THE TULIA UfcKALD loaoi NOTICE nocaoc I lOMOl tar Telegram one year 645 aily only one year 530 We want your subscription business on 411 magazines and papers at publishers rices Flynt Jewelry Company he GIFT SHOP for GIFTS that LAST 30QOC At the eening hour last tin Baptist uii lre l terism o regi Iion went in a bodv to attend services at lle Methodist ehurh to lieir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 November 1922

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