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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 February 1923

v T H rJ i < j D o I Vj V ills Yof nt n owfordl have 19Z nt Tulia aonoc FEDERATED CLUBS PRESIDENT TO ADDRESS CLUB TONIGHT Mrs Carl Goodman President of Bovontb District Federated Clubs will Ito tbe guest of the Fodoratcd clubs of Tulia and will give an address Jit seven thirtv nclock After whicb mi informal reception will be rendored federated clubs of Tulia urged to Come KNTI2KTAINM I2NT COMJUTTEK Citv Manager C It Walters inform us Dial I lie nun Inner f f tht mu light plant has already arrived In this shipment mis included two 100 horse power Fairbanks Morse < iigint Through an oversight of the factory this shipment wns made before the dato ordered b the city officials and the maehlnerv will lime to be tnUeii ire of by the company until the building is completed to house the plant In another column of this issue will be found a notice of sealed bid for the completion of a power house one water reseivoir one well pit and one wnter ell The city will receive bids for tills pur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 February 1923

JTCWJOTrsSBWE Tl irica st ass he gardi n whether large or small be sic relv fenced against Thi the s dipliniblo to serv farmc shnn d lia it > tbon rnpped In crawl In U jnd kn < rac on > e to wweawaiKaiB Babst 1 will in the simple loriu ot American business is good l itmil Tl > iisi citien who buys but doc not manuiacture or silv or is iv si dvertisiiif is all very well for they i > i i ik slllM known it makes 1I1M rich it increases ill s Poi what good Joes advertising do ME Advertlsinsr is more valuable even to the buyer than tn the selle For in a business established by advertisinir that has eost nillions a bushiess has established a NAME worth morethan cdl its fnc ries machinery and money and it MUST PROTECT THAT NAME The onlv wav to protect a NAME is to protect the PROD GET BUST WITH THE GARDEN The familiar casc3 full of little eed j iv kages are beginning to make their if they are going to have fresh j aUDeii coods lt the tor i aides it is time they were getmg <...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 February 1923

14 I rjm < + SUNDRY OBSERVATIONS By Nlcodotnus < A Krtdlo Guest ilia pout of tlio cotuuioii people says of reputation Iff is not an endowment hut an obligitum 11 Ki Mm linn t of liln current article Y < V < nnt 1lvu On Your llcputu tlon livcryhody otifilit to mail tlio arllclo mid jot vvoll tliu truth Ouest tolla If one has accomplished any tiling worthy and tliu vyorld hao rewarded him by hcelalmllit him he Ih the moro bound to go on and do again after a higher nnd bolter fashion son to reward tho world for its expectation Wo novor jot done with servleo in this world Thnro nro ot Klants to dayr stables to clean mountains to climb rivers to cross armies to defeat 1 JIo who gotb tho notion that he has arrived has arrived at the point of decay and rapid deterioration Lets Iteep at tho task and ever put moro of red blood in it for only o do we llvo in the highest sense of tho term live A famous newspaper report ct who says that lie personally ittow S7f > 0 peoplo in all ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 February 1923

THE TULIA HERALD ENQLEMAN A BANGLE Ownors s englemav Editor Mntngor Jt will be noted aboo the change ot ownership of the Tulia Uernld N U Bill ha sold his interest to W C Bangn but will be emploxtd with tho Herald If there is anx thing > ou want or xye in do for xou don t hesitate o iall ou J S Engleman W C Bftncle i L Ball or our linotype operator Pixid Fausett It is exer our aim Mid effort to gix0 xou tho best nexxs iapir possible one that xou will he J lOntmued good will as we feel that wc noxx hne a cooperation of Itracti eally 100 per cent for nil of which wc wish to epre s our sincere thanks V fexx da > ago one of our id xertisers mnde the remark that xxith ascertain idxertising campaign he put on that his competitors xxere repoiw ble for his xvonderful < uucj Theie wjmjtctitors began to knock the prop option and talk about his tioue The t > ople to xxhom they talked kiuw that here xxas something xcrx xxoiidtrfxil the xxax of pmes or ese the eonipeti H > r uould...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 February 1923

V r < d vict In + + + + > + > + + I X + + + I nam in old building will JI1ii has lo bo lunirir miiajv ttjr J the meant inn Twill 3C30E I T I be arinngei i J experienced njft will bo he pur w building n idy f < flin In September cuts fulh leoiganied > rklng smoothly = I < J Cara Nome Facial Treatment Skin Cream Cold Cream Vanishing Cream 100each For one week onlyall three for 250 Cora Nome the Skin Food Treatment Crawford Pharmacy Phone 3U I Dave Drooks of 8ilvorton was in Tulia on business Inst Saturday U Inch block wood for kindling 11250 per tou FARMERS CHAIN CO Dnvo Mayfiold of Silvorton was a business visitor in Tulia Saturday It Inch block wood for kindling J1210 porton FARMERS GRAIN CO D B Crawford of tho Crawford Fhnrmacy was a business visitor in Amarillo last Friday Wo can tnko your order for vuny kind of engraving that you may need Get our prices before placing youi en if eij Wood of Kress renewed his uigtcd or iVipti t0 tint Herald while in fruity ht Mon...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 February 1923

eat No 4 o I 1Vhr The will bi 4 diaptc ilipw KIChfe L rTfa wc n tha Pack THE TULIA HERALD ENGLEMAN fc BANGLE Owners 1 S KNULKMAN Kditor Mnnaper 1A A linnet In t Kriduy school The rural school and Tulia t Entered an econd class mall matter I On Friday > Tulia T R numb tl the po tofftce at drew The numln SobKcrlptlon Price S200 Per Year boys te Six Montk 185 bins FrXAS FLBtUAltY i lower Seed m3 t M VA VtVy J > c f v will make ycrr milk cntctigerand lower the cost of producing the milk per gallon Order Today i i v e 4ell for eath Cabbage Radish Melon Peanut jrost Proof Cabbage Plants and every thing for a good garden Post Office Confectionery Subscribe now for The Tulia Herald rcR vni fi le = > oces ir I < 3 l lu rS Cni the Cost of Production Prof t in dairying depends to great extent on reducing the ccstfer gallon of producng milk Cows en pasture slip down n milk Sow Experienced r rvncn have found they can produce riiore milk at less cost cr gallon ty feeding a little once...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 February 1923

ft BnpUnl npUsflM y gronU now TAKE NO CALOMEL K cti ° oV thPsons Liver Tone Straightens You Up Better Than + + 41 lalivatin2 > Dangerous Calomel and Doesnt Upset oiid Y01100 1 Lose a Days Wo V t i draws luvid ll JJorris o1 Jro blliouul Your User is dug Yon feel lazy dizy rind sill od nut Your heud is dull your Is coated breath bail stomnch n Hnty l3 Lindlc V1 bowels constipated Hill dont onnbar r calomel It makes you od Mrs lvou > 08 ° n lnv8 work W B Somcl is mercury or quicksilver an ad J causes necrosis of tlio bones wh c crashes into sour bilo llko dy lbatlof toi breaking it up Thats when used 00 that awful nausea and cramp emnat i was Jou want to enjoy the nicest on tl Wn > liver and bowels cleaning you jpecu Jr experienced just tako n spoonful nrC hnrmlcss Dotlsons Liver Tono to ht Your druggist or dealer sells COVERED face is my fortune said a aduaK0 Orleans poroxido blondo to a ess liinrt acquaintance the XUo young man gavo her face a 0111 J 030 scrutiny thon ho s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 February 1923

V age No m t Organises Wor nof lnviwbic Empire Mr It H Davis of Portland Ore Is now in Louisiana where a clas of 1000 women arc to be lnltl sted Into the Klu Klux Klau Auxiliary The women claim to have tirnnches In 33 suites SWISHER COUNTY BASKETBALL MEET IN TULIA Kridu and Saturday wciv gila tli > s for the school loy and girls f iOi er county Largi ironilt of he pupil oT the various Mhool of the iouuty parents and intercstiti friends were here each day to witness tl < gaim in h > Swisher Jorntx linskci nice It is needles to av that cmh fain did its dead level best in their eifort to wim Each game wis uit > Ilms and most JtcitJitu < < lirj rowd of pectators Lino up in < y ore of gfinie are nre given liflovv IJoyt guit n pielm i irian on Fri d v Love vs Union Hill J oriTirds K Dell M Tucker It Del Evans Thomas V Tucker > ostor Hhiptnan Dilluge Tilkius Jlrnlley inter In irds Sub Jerrv Ford Elkins vs Tulia Forward Thorn a Love Kvans W Love I Smith A Hicks Cente...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 February 1923

J HAD A MON HJ kcrB Cou llnntlst rtiuptisflM 14 prnvj ctioit tl Tulia n W Frloim icr po preside sling J draw tavid lj porrls Hn o D o II r WATCH THE BOY WITH A WATCH i HnJKote hov proud he is of it and careful to ad Mm e on time Does your boy have to guess n at the time Then why not get him one of ihatjoi our jow prjceji watches which are as reli hmat aJJe ag can g yfe geJJ toQ much g00d was on ti jeWelry to be able to afford to sell poor Y if 1 I no following clipping from The > ws Glcmlalc Arizona will be if ntcrest to readersaof tilt Herald be cause of the party V npporance here lit Sunday at tin Imptist Church We a revival meeting in to he held The Kevivnl meeting now being nducted by the Woodic W Smith fnngolistic Party uf Fort Worth f t 1 wonderful success Thii lining crowded to overflow j h J iT5ing evening and many peoplff e turned awny because thoro is no room to receive them Thcru have been i large number of convcr sions and the Ihurcli membership has increased fifty pe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 February 1923

Pago No 2 LIVESTOCK PRODUCERS EXrECT BRISK BUSINESS WITH TACKERS ll > Tliomak I Wilnn Irosidtit WiUnn i Vv Ouchko Now trk IV The moat iMck inj ilidiiMr li i i liter d ii > nii mi mi mtgtftknt > I into pinxl of lift tor b v > < miI i > omo m > on mil nn tf > i W mi t i > tir f < i i i K ctoi I < r i i r If wi i fanI I i > rjnnitij ii 4Ufiur i m ili < nl in iir i > > < r i 1 iiI i e t irkct it i i r r n ofita1 ujtr thiTefo rf1 > Id roli tin f l v i f < > ui t > it 5 s eniiort showbill 1aii < ate encountered r of > nifitnl > lp olipni woVi < tlto ti c i r ii l i llu II oil o those t ill oiiditnn Ii < t ha been it < voral eiir past Tl i Honk cli ioil on 1 h fin IV entered ti kr i h inc con n d Ii n id dpi ill i f trimW flk ks 1 o tfM condii s K f I I l IIitOil his iio nt ii it for i howi n r if toe c M n leve Mi 1 I lllfl i rifled ind h fhiul < Mi tr t i it i profit V i 1 lfanil fur > r nrodmt i toti r h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 February 1923

IIAD A GREAT CON ION HERB OK TUESDAY kern Conforcncu of tho Tior Unptlst Association hold at Jllnptiat church on Tuefeday Notvrith y groat success K tho prevalent Ulricas through Iction thcro was a fine attend a Tulla Canyon Sumuierflcld tPtlona Haimy Dhnmitt and icr points Pastor Hall of presided during tho session sling addresses were mndo on drawn from tho times of Bam ii d in Hebrew history by pas pd is of Summurfleld Aulick of n Hnll of Happy Dawson of Lindlcy of Dlmmltt and Mana onaliarKcr of Ceat Canyon Asicm ad Mrs Johnson of Canyon Pas V H Hill of tho local church an address on Evolution or Cre which received the expressed Ibation of the eonRregation Mr used no meaningless terms in his bmnntion of evolution His ronton was that evolution was an un on theory anil belongs in the realm speculative philosophy rather than nee which to do with facts no of tho most important and pur s the most interesting parts uf the A Ming was the ordaining to the Gos of UufiH Ministry rnril of H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 February 1923

I K Faf V T at I Page No 4 RUGGIST ji 2 ij f Snbscriptlon Pnce S200 Ter Year Six Month SI25 f hat WEEKLY FINANCIAL REVIEW The world surplus of ooton is rap idly melting awaj On August lit 1921 he world held a carryover of 14752 00 bales the growth of all eountrie j ranging from American upland and tlio fine long stajdc of Egypt to the course i cottons of India dnd still shorter and coarser pi China One year later the carryover wa tivqfirtOO if there is material change m cousumption this J year the surplus this coming August will bo about 6000000 bale This is the result of several years uf underproduction while consumption U regaining prowar volume Consump THE TULIA HERALD J i < i 0 < upon whether the Putted States ptoduces i miiliimiTi of PJOOlV ENGLEMAN BANGLE Owners I H > or at i l V ° 0t > or > t 1 S ENGLUMAN Editor Manager i w UNION HILL NEWS Entered wecndcl mall matter Qltito J n un n m rp i the poloffee at Toll T last fcw dnj j hp wy I firing for their stock j ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 February 1923

V KK < < 4 + 4 > + + < < 4 < j < < < dj44 + + 4 < < jj + < < ji < < < < < < < < < A At t 3 j T Kodak As You Go + < j + 4 + + + + j > < j < j4j > j < j < < m < < < wiraaMiEnaaiiniiiiiiniiiiiHiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiKuiiiiiiii iiii Foster Klous and C 1 Cooper were visitors in Hereford Vediie dftv Wc can tnko your order for any klnoj of engraving that ynu may need Get our prices beforo placing youi nrdor Miss Minniu Coopor left the first of the week for St CouK where she will bo in the murkuts for Spring merchandise for the Cooper Mercantile Company Little Dorothy Mario MeCune daughter of Mr and Mrs N F MeCune has been ipiito sick the past week FOB SALK One Jipiar grand pinsn cheap Can be seen at Im I fuckers Write or phone C H TWDALB Tulia Tnxn i 2p Mrs C W Mcrarling and Miss Limine ToiiilinBon left last Wednesday morning for Ios Angeles California vhoro they will mnke an extended visit wit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 February 1923

i A r itt No e Santa Te Taxes 3 times as high > iahj s INCOME TAX FACTS Kcvenuc officers arc visiting every county in the United Stales to aid ta payers in the preparation of their income tax returns ffr the year 1S22 Information conccrring the date of their Arrival and the location of their offices may be obtained by writing the K Here U the Tax Bill HnHaunjHHBSHnttasEMiEn tate and Local Federal 1912 4187000 251000 1917 7094000 4838000 1918 7036000 3838000 1919 8V500000 4010000 1920 8689000 3315000 1921 10192000 4644000 I yj We have opened up a coal yard at the old RushAlexander Ele B vator sad have on hand now the bos Coal the market affords 5 COLORADO S MAITLAND LUMP AND NUT WE ALSO HAVE SOME NEW MEXICO COAL tiocyjjen jn Tjjgd 0f jjjj phone us We have our own delivery truck but word PRICES BIGHT We sell for cash only now b > two y amount so drawn will in > per In If to St ati COUf TOJ a Cobb Coal Co WALTER G COBB Manager YARDS AT KRESS TULIA HAPPY AND CANYON sr 8 ut eLnt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 February 1923

fcL r IB i JFSICKTODA1 feet of bowels of tho sour bilo and con nlipution poison which is clogging your system and tanking you feel miserable I guarantee that one spoonful of this Kivorber 1021 though soinewhn loss an the 401000000 for October 1S > J2 ynnagc of all principal eou > oditic jfreavcil over Novenibcr 1021 ivcept sausage lard compounds mar jrine condensed milk canned salmon iirlov and wheat Oottonscoil oil ex orts for tho year will be 90000 torn less than in 1921 auaint o Ilubi ain of 1200 tons Klrwn months wheat exports in 1021 120 S carried up the total value > fi sles for that period to 1 Wheit exports for II y 1022 totaled li i0010l To of 11 months 1022 fooil v irts was T7072iNlli full of Ji21 1001 Itsrlcv shipments mre S0tK > 00 less flour X 000OilO bird 2I 100000 beacon 20000000 less mis elbineous hoj produeln anil eottons I II each 17100000 Partly offsettini tlinso severe ilt V1LAT IF THE MINISTER QUIT Wouldnt the eoifgiogntion be sin prised if the minis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 February 1923

M Play Whiskey Faro With Uncle Sam Seemi V love does not laiiRh more heartily svl locksmiths than fa laujrk at Uncle Sam The svr v hcart ftiwl a kiw or through kttiwd window risking discovery at any woment while the boott tntrr race illicit fast motor boats iiwidc tfee three inile limit on the same principle an accepted under tUnding that they are working on a percentage that cannot fail Thepuno has come to be known as Whiskey Faro It n ployed ee w tently and persistently Tlie ships jwthcr one hy ouc ou aletho VUrcfc mile limit each loaded to the lMunsol line and Wmgtifed Jbelow the line with the htuff that cheers When the bin Yfiwcte an nil at anchor the auxiliary nun runners arc withered in sufficient number to create a faxorablc impression and then lie word i > given and a dntlt is made for the shore line As a rule Uncle Snm has two or three evenue cutters always on the alert for the bootlegging racers But forty boats make the dash and according to all experience it is quite i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 February 1923

J W V VOLUME M 1155EN stupid VJHen I 5Ay DANCE PAPEETOyou DANCE ANWHENI5NYTMK P0NT REMLY TALK JE5 SAY WOOF JW00P UNDERSTAND y V L XkUgtU < v lysttu Z yJ 1l 1IM SEARCHING FOR A COUPLE OF 1 H055 THIEVESWHO TRAVELROUND LIKE A MEXICAN AH A TRAINED BEAR THERES 100 REWARD GOSH WE CAUQHT TWO HORSE M THIEVES AND DIDNT W M V m j WELL ILL be f ftfi v I t l ± THEIR CAPTURE IP WO J J K y L XM I s f sty > v 1 < i MAGAZINE SECTION TULIA SWISHER COUNTY TEXAS FER 9 1023 y THING VJEHAO THIS BEARSKIN BUT ITS LUCKIER THAT T KIN SEW GENTS I AMTAMALE2E GREAT ANIMAL TRAINER X WILL NOW MAKE PAPEETO ZE BEAR WID ZE HUMAN BRfMNTALK FER Vouse TALK PAPEETO THE TULIA HERALD The CowKicfls of O VOU CANT TEACH W AN OLD BEAR NEW i TRICKS BUT ILL j SHOW THAT MEXICAN SOME MEW ONES U o i < LUL Ay Copyrighted 1920 by Tho SunHcraHl Corporation By M M BRANNBR H 6 ji ifsst i f USHSi iSti WELL B0V5 WA5N TIT A LUCKY OCCIDENT YOU CAUGHT THEM J Rar NUMBER 6 ACCIDENT NUTHIN WE KNEW IT TWO CROOKS j ftlUTHE YOU GO K...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 February 1923

p The movement on the part of the Texas legislature to create a state park fashioned after the Yellowstone National Park and other beauty spots has attracted attention to the Davis mountains a spur of the Rockies running through the counties of Presidio Brew ster and Je ff Davis Texas Travelers who have seen much of the world including Hie snowcapped peaks of the great Northwest and that once impregnable barrier to those who sought to invade Italy the Alps say that no prettier mountain scenery is to be found anvwhere than in these eternal sunbathed hills of West Texas In the early days or our states history Indians took refuge under the frowning cliffs of Davis Mountains Game was plentiful for replenishing the red mans larder and protection was adequate against the biting blasts of winter and the scouting parties of white foes while cool refreshing waters ran between the high and sometimes perpendicular walls In carrying out Its program of civilization and affording protection to pi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 February 1923

si bj MtMM J i s r SSSH1 1 01 InfluonznJ the alien itifcj ILU disease Eilropo and Asia sent us four years ago is making it second tour of America and playing to full houses in nearly every city town and hamlet The malady did such a heavy business before in the United States that nobody is surprised at its return Wo dont understand the disease but that makes no difference we patronize it just the same I didnt understand a word Sarah Bern hardt another alien entertainer said but I paid five dollars for a back seat in a tent when she came and went away declaring she was wonderful The influenza is a malady of many peculiarities and eccentricities Perhaps I should say it is temperamental as that is what we say of great actors and actresses when they do outlandish things for which they should be thrash ed and run out of the country In truth influenza is made up so largely of peculiarities and eccentricities that if you should dig the peculiarities and eccentricities out there wouldnt be d...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 February 1923

rJ T f < a tl tj 11 11s s < w o iiti tit tia tiP t f C r a v f t r z I t t I i tir MEXICO BUYS FLOUR The largest single cargo of flour over sent from the port of Beaumont to Mexico one million pounds was recently shipped The wheat from which it was made was all Texas grown SOUTHWEST TEXAS PLANS A BIG EXHIBIT Joseph F Green manager of the Taft ranch and farm properties near Taft Texas is making definite plans to arrange a big exhibit of Southwest Texas products at the Texas State Fair of 1923 LEGISLATIVE NEWS BY RADIO The people of Texas are being given an opportunity to get early reports of legislative proceedings by radio Each afternoon a summary of the days proceedings is made under the direction of E B Barrett of Fannin county and broadcasted from the radio station at the State university GIRL STUDENT BAGS DEER A girl student of the Southern Methodist University of Dallas shnt and killed a ninepoint buck deer near the Holmes ranch thirty miles south of Kerrville during the ...

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