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

J A mmmmnrMmmmiwmwmmmnw A meeting lias been ealleii for < lin March Amarillo for xocaoc O T w i pose of taking steps to > Texas Technological Col eight other towns in the Panhand 1 < o which are interested in tile location of tho Technological College in the Panhandle ami Plains section of West Teus They arc Clarendon Memphis Canadian Dalhart Hereford uliii Plainview and Vloydnda libbock was not included in the jst of towns urging t rem nil eeting but it is dcclar that city no doubt will be re escnted At the meetiiit to In held each un will be iii mil t to have e spokesuiaii who will present views of his town as to ne i of getting tile College lon lll the Plains nator Blc < hoc of Lubbock and Satlerwhite of Panhandle re esoiituii e from PJ Ird district TJ iM be present at the rineet noiulod out that it is not pose of the meeting to se lown for the location of the ilogi but thill it is for the sole mipose of getting the college located somewhere in the Panhandle and Plain...

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

s rnc He 9 M M RURAL CORRESPONDENCE I Address all communications to The Herald I Mrs 1 W imi > aaminBiiiiujmwmiKnnBnimiutiBwamtaaBflBnawHi awiiiflgMWwmwJHMBim BniiiMnJi WAYSIDE ITEMS on Thursii > Mrs Wi1 Fninklin spent the ia with t Sindav The weather was so bad that hey didnt h < n Tteraiv Fridav ipht Robert Ilolland spent Sundav ipht with Pill P ond Dewitt McOeheo wa visiting with Lawrence Helms Sunday i Walter Cobb has been in this i Elba visited with Bower Knox Saturday nicht o KRESS NEWS Mr and Mis W W Boston > nd family are all down siek with be flu Mrs J IT Hmilton is i theM k list this week Mr P M Pyles returned to his ome in Eden Wednesday after tsitiiiir his dHi < rht < r Mrs J p Martin Messrs J W Skipworth nd J v i i W Elliott left Tuesday morning to attend the cattle mens convention at Atuarillo Sunday School Sunday and M iid Mrs Frank Wiglc went preaching by Rev QriiTin to Platnview Monday evening on Mr Dave Hamblen is still on husiness the sick list S...

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

A tv f It 4 w ° tout BOOK mctn dr < lrnt tjlnnjtmt lort J J > r Ire iK < tr MterxuvirXASDILlL JI axllr ttfMr m to n l < JI < f < x > luttucjry JUUh uU ft RITAN LABORATORIES 3 TA FE TJltB TABU Till i ZM Harthbtwd No 93 Dub to arrive at 1000 a m No 05 Duo to rtit at 410 p m i Soutktwua No 04 Due to arrive at 848 a b No W Due to arrive at U2 < 5 p ra J A ZIMMER D C CHIROPRACTOR VteM No 0 Tall Tm A F AM Lodge Regular meeting on Saturday night on or before full moon A Chance To Clean Up Clothes Called for and Delivered Phone 1S4 HOB KDWAIID Proprioter Eagle Tailor Shop H L JORDAN LAWYER OmCB IN COURT HOlPh TULIA TEXAS Imperial Barber Shop T A COMEH Proprietor BABBEEB AND LAUNDBY AGENTS Weit Bide of Bquar Phone 184 FARM LOANS 5 12 Far Coat WHY PAY MOBB7 t Sacura a Federal ram Lom os Buy Tama payable at your optica tfcroofh the Tnlia National Fam Z Association G C HUTCHISON SecretaryTre Mirror Olympic Barber Shop IliuiK Nu Tl M O STANFORD Prop LAUNDRY AQENOY Prompt...

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

MARCH tun HON TVl VXD 4 5 6 7 ME SWEET OtCT Kjvcw Tb Cr 1923 ntv nu sat 12 3 8 910 111213141515 18 19 20 21 22 2S 24 252627 28 29 30 3 THE TULIA HERALD BNQLEMAN BANGLE Ownws J S ENGLEMAN Editor Manager hntereil a second claee mad matter the poftoffice at Tulin T ra should we judge fioui all tin tributes paid praises sung and flowers bestowed on Mm hei hood toda v we would mine to the on < lusion that inaii homes all oer u land ir < minus T id when he fact is he s just been oer siiidowed ii i world s agerness o give Mother all that is due her Now we would not if we could tkt urn i n i tli > ni Mothei shi who has pone down Through the alii and shadow for > ur eistenee nor strew one less flower alonir her pathw i but v e would lifl Dad up Ion l of her that he too might share in tli s nl > otis paid piiv siin < md flowers bestowed For has he not been a loint oontiihutoi t < > the ciusesthat hn all < il ioilli st t love and adoration for Mother God meant for th...

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

V j v 4 U ing PJ i0 ier < train Co n > Scott 13 Dyer returned last Saturday from a business trip to San Antonio Dallas and other cities down state FOUND Hunch of keys on ring Owner may have same by calling at the Herald office and describing them Blan Poff was here from his Hereford home last Saturday lie visited the parental C C Ioff mie and his miinv friends here AVe wish to call especial attention to our adv in another place n this issue We are offering ical liartraius in tires Read it jm 1 uTi itMotor Co 5 Tor SaUTliompiOi strain l > irrrtl Ilymniilli Ruck cocknrcls Phone No lfiKlt Airs I Sears and Miss Rub v AlcSpadden leturned to their home in Amarillo last Monday after a few days visit in the parental D A AlcSpadden home 11Inch block wood for kindl ton Fanners 1 tc FOR SALH Good Imiidlu feed Air aiu j who h wee son J < + < + 4 + + + < + + + + + 4 4 + Prevention Is Better Than Cure Keep a Bottle of Rexall Cough Medicine and a Box of Rexall Laxative Aspirin Co...

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

Tftf N HAPPY CORNER By Mrs H M Baggarly C Shuman bonis Hnrvcy and visit with her sister Mrs Leo Earnest Shumaii came in from J Simms and family Muleshoc Saturday to visit home folks Herman and Julius Goettceh came in Monday from Arkansas where they have been visiting Joe Goettsch The pic supper which was to have been given last Friday night at the Johnson School house was on account of rain postponed until March 2nd Miss Gladys Prancy is the teacher Mrs I II Weaver of Canyon spent from Wednesday til Saturday here visiting the Neff and Rfiyborn families Mrs Rush Grounds who has been with her brothers family in the country for the past two months has returned to her home here and i ill at the present writing T M Beaver who has been ill for some time is now very ill and preparations are being made to take him to Dallas at once The friends here of Mr and Mrs Edd Meyer of Canyon are sympathizing with them in the loss of their infant son Mrs Chas Moats and little son The little son of Mr ...

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

I Inrk kick in memory to the days ofchild toocl when you knelt it your mothers knee Has ever any tliinu sweeter than the sound of her voice It was more beautiful than the distant chimes of a cathedral Uteres something in the voice wc love which overflows our hearts with joy Today others cherish your voice as you cherished If distance prevents your visiting family or UicntlsrenW beryon can send yourvotce youncfioi hem over rivers mountains and deserts by Long Distance telenhonc Ask the Long Distance operator about fetation to Station calls and particulary the low rates prevailing after 830 p m SwTHwrsrafiN Bell Telephone Co Yor Wr Yaulmt Thm by rdrf mr The Tulia WHITE HOTEL Room and Board A P Daives Prop Ask for FRESH BREAD made in Tulia and you will never be disappointed TULIA BAKERY 5SH Queer Feelings Some time I ago was very irregular writes Mrs Cora Roble of Flkeville Ky I suffered a great deal and knew I must do something for this condition I suffered stiite mostly Kj imhmemlcif...

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

k i i KS p 0 0 IOUET AT MEMPHIS GREAT SUCCESS The regional session of the Pan handlePlains Chambeer of Commerce nt Memphis on Thursday February 15 is thought to be one of the most beneficial and cnthu mastic ever held by that organization The delegates were guests of the Memphis Chamber of Commerce at n luncheon given at the White Rose cafe A number of excellent talks Tvore given on various sujbeets by prominent members of the P P C C The business session of the meet ing opened at 2 oclock Tom Con uallyof Clarendon read the resolution which Were drawn up by Sam M Braswell Frank Janm son and E 0 Thompson on the the death of Hamlin Palmer traffic manager of the Panhandle Plains Chamber of Commerce After a tall by Col K O Thompson on the proposed income tax and the tax equalization lcgislautre the meeting went on record to send a telegram to Senator W II Bledsoe and Representative Lee Satterwhite expres sing the meeting s view > of these j laws The telegram was as follows Honorable ...

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

B it I EMORY OF GEORGE A 1 spoken A DAWSON true estimate of human iter is best formed from the contact and the nearest and under circumstances n the conduct of daily life is Nt influenced and warped by ish ambitions The words and us wlie h tlow from disinter 1 motives moc clearly reveal true cl aracters of men ie writer is in a position to imate the character of Mr Daw i because 1 knew him in his oine and in his community Uowevur great and valuable Inch t have been to his country p the public it was in pri in his relations with his J friends and neighbors ftshoue brightest for here rt X worth was clearly re u He was a faithful hus uid and loving father a lover of ored some kind service could Lk nlant one rose upon his grave to 111 he would sleep beneath a It ountnin of roses hough on the 18th of Febru vieorge A Dawson passed as orv otlior man must to his eter THE TUUA HERALD BRING US YOUR REPAIR WORK If its something new in Jewelry we have iSOTBTiKsmrjiraiOTimmu Flynt Jewelry Compan...

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

Tape No 2 RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Rl in v rite in pacKnge > nf in it I Tt P2 ior d car pipel put lip ril sheets for sn it iis offie o FORD PRODUCTION TO REACH SIX THOUSAND P u > u Pomp h P C m br hH 1 i li isis > o sfv tl ears lie r ks per is his hi Ti < 1M be ii ill Olllil pt 1 1 < Edsr P r vd Pr s 1 MW estab Misind uti is which S1VS Ford Wot < iipui This production will give us ippri > mi > i 1 lis and 1 K ruel s v i or i i r million lit ies of mir p i > < < fi < rur for 1922 V bet 1921 < Of the total Ford cars and and track mpr nnte N 1 Kve P np < mv x led 100000 nioing horsedrawn transport rta is per man f month starling on of his products m fin or of < faster moing more econom with i > n s for Decuber otalmg 1057tP Ford cars and ieil handling of these products hv tnieks This vis over 55000 in motor trucks eess of retail sales for tl < i iiii The large use of motor cars for THE TULIA 1IKRALD passenger service among farmers has do...

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

li y H A lv b i i SANTA FB im TABli TalU TQM Kerthbtn4 No M Due to arrive at 1000 aRe 90 Dub to arrive at 4in j > flonthbawta a 04 Doe to arrive at 846 a No 96 Duo to arrive at 1126 j > J A ZIMMER D C CHIROPRACTOR Fbom No 0 Toll T4SM A F A M Lodge Uogulnr mooting on Saturday night on or boforo full moon A Chance To Clean Up Clothes Called for anil Delivtired 1hone 184 HOB EDWAKI Iroprietei Eagle Tailor Shop H L JORDAN LAWYER OFFICE IN COUltT HOUBh TULIA TEXAS d Imperial Barber Shop T A COMBE Proprietor BAKBBBB AND LAUNDRY AGENT We t Side of Square Paane lt4 FARM LOANS 5 12 Par Ceat WHY PAY MOEB7 ran a Fadaral ram Lou a T Km payabW at yew oyttaa tkmgk tkc Tail Nattaul rm baaiwcUttei G C HUTCHISON exvuryv Olympic Barber Shop Ilioiio No 71 M O STANTOBD Plop LAUNDBY AOBNOY Prompt Serrlc Bath in Connection Dr J C Stobaugh DENTIST TULIA TBXAI Pheae 111 Officii over First National BaaL D H CULTON LAWYER Tulia Texas JVLD 1N THE HEAD rl i J acute attnek of Nij Catarrh Thoee subject to ...

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

B H C E ESH ESE a a B S a B B SB 3B kftge No i t t < r w MARCH w no ni b anI on PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST THE NYAL QUALITY STORE 1923 rnv mi sat 12 3 4 56 7 89S0 1112 1314 15 1 I 18 19 20 21 22 2 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 THE TULIA HERALD ENGLEMAN BANGLE Owners J S ENQLEMAN EditorManager Entered secondetnas taU raAtte i the poftoffice at Tulta Teiaa Sobucrlptloij Price 200 Per Teu Six Honttt J125 sent Mrs J R X high score TV dtlieiuus nit n i arnr irracaac BC3C = 31 = 3C3aC Weak Back f pressed vhicken ilciv mento sandwiches ihes > pickhd onions fruit < l jello carmel fudge and i > ea Hid pi stratvs > berry incel food e ke wis > erved liy the hostess to th elnh niPTnliers Mr Ira Brown Misse Jewel and Hazel Cantrell Annie McSpadden and JIally Hutchinson o NEEDLECRAFT CLUB The members and quests Mesdames Geo Dudley and S D m widdie were very busj for sometime doinc needlework Durjng the business session e fol1 v ing new o iceiM were elected President Mr M G ford fordVice Vi...

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

I i1 Nil I ft r i + jsj 1 < + + + + + + + 5 w + t < + 4 + + + < + + + + + + + < + + + 4 Elkays STRAW HAT DYE Is Easy To Apply and Will Save You The Cost Of A New Straw Hat PRICE 30 CENTS PER BOTTLE Crawford Pharmacy Phone 30 Messrs Fred and Tom Connally of Clarendon were here last Thursday guests in the home of their relatives Mr and Mrs d K Duke FOR SAliFGoodwork mules or will trade for good milk cows R P Dawson Phone 27F14 OItp Mrs 1 W Miller was operated on for appendicitis in the Plain view sanitarium last Saturday l last report she was getting ilnng nicelv Everlasting Strawberry plants We have just a few left 100 per i i hundred delivered 21 plants era if called for H 1 Fd j wards 101 tp Mrs Frank Hiiseman uiidcr vent an operation in a hospital at Amarillo last Monday At last report she was getting along nicelv FOR RAIiH From my Hog mized Farm Kocks Eggs baby chicks lfi cents eindi Tfeck Nazareth Texas II V 7 u xcxSJL Star y 9R Sure Hatches with Incubator All sies l...

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

as H S1I ga an bei the Mrs to aatmat r N e Boy Marel The dames xnddit tinie d r day HAPPY CORNER By Mrs H M BaJarly W 1 Flcsher of Onnyon was ltmg her daughter Mrs 0 M transacting business m llipp > Fowler Wmfield Miller had the misfor Thursday i 0 0 Baker was in Anianllo tune to break his arm Sunday jMAny afternoon while attempting to Mr ami Mrs C S Dison of the crank their car In the absence Fnirview community were shop j of Dr MeElroy from our city he was taken to Tula xxhere his arm ping in Happy Friday Professor Woodburn of Silver was set by Dr Hays ton passed through Happy Satnr Mr and Mr 0 doll fcillhnin were visiting in riamview Tues I dav enroute to Canyon Miss Ela Aikmun was shopping day Sir August Uahlfs returned in Tulia Saturday Miss Mildred Zoeller spent theMonday morning from Nebraska weekend in Amarillo the guest where he attended the funeral of of her friend Mrs Myra Carney his brother He left that tetatc in John Flcsher of Canyon was the arms of a blizzard No do...

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

w v ii FINANOI i Praparod for 1922 ouy ft 1 ntnonal B tho First National Ws St I > x 1 Y Week UndJiiB Mnruli 1 lri lotal xportrf ov uni 000 1ia < 1 loot as cornered with 1 JSOSOOO feel hMtoll an in < foe of 27 per coiU Tho J9JH jA > t < f lumber wfjro 2r > 76LKl H l oiit making tlie lU2 export jp > per cent less than IJMil western yellow pine more than MAN CHARGED WITH FORGERY ON HALE CENTER BANK 0AUGHT llnlu Center Martdi 2 SliorilV Sam Knith went to Sweetwater yesterday and brought back P K Majors indieted by lie Hale County grand jury recently on a charge of forgery in the First State Bank of Male Center lit was apprehended in Sweetwater and was being held there The leading wood during l22 IF EDITORS TOLD THE TRUTH was Douglas fir of which CM 701000 feet were exported aboard Recently the editor of a paper In 1121 the ipiantily of this wood < in Idiana giVw tired of being eal exported was tnn nilOOO feet The led a liar and announced thai he 3022 increase wa...

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

00 LJr u a HAPPY CORNER By Mm II M Baggarly Continued from Page G ± that Abraham was the onl Bible character whom God called His ham but his Friend and bmnihm IVicnd and what it means for God to call us His Friend It w not faithfulness that saved Abraham but his faith sacd him Mini people today arc depeuding on their faithfulness and works to save them this is erroneous Hell will be full of men with such a belief Faith and obedience were the two grand principles that controlled his life It i well worth ones While to become intimately acquainted with tins man whom God called His Friend We were indeed sorry that 1 T Shclton of Farwell could not be present to discuss the life of Tsaae The next discussion wa upon the life of Jacob and Esau God s Faithfulness was brought prominently before us in the life of Abraham and now ti Gods Grace that is brought before us in the life of Jacob We see how God can laj hold of a selfish willful faulty man and o mould his life that in the end his char...

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

X K A t I i R i FINANOI P Praparod for T > tho FlMt Natll 8t I j Wook HmHf lii 1922 out ysJ > HANG ON y JVJELL I v jiwinjupiter i riit ir mx w wi i li VWVi its thcook RUSH TOTHLAKEy ANOSAVECHlNGi l WERE TAKING CHING DOWN TOTHVILLAGE WELL ILL BE BLOVJED f THATS ONE L u ON YOU L l TOREMAN If IwTffR w MAGAZINE SECTION THE TULIA HER TlLIA SWISHER COUNTY THXAb MARCH 0 1023 XULTAKEmSHORT CUT HOME 1 H W aon dBOEW l v v A GOOD sport Vs q 1 WE SETTER HURRY BCK ANLET CUING OUT OF THE SHED J ow I THIS DUMfAy IS BETTER LOOKlN THAN CHlNCq 7 > 3 > zi ft > the tribfcf s f IF VJEDONT WE WONT HAVE ANY DINNER JKagfrggaSSaggJEH LlfcJX G OIN FOR A R E B0V5J y9 ZV v 2 w a > VM NUMBER 10 The Cow I < ids of OJoy Ranch By M M W WNER luaj ICE DAY AINT IT S sN 7ER PESKY l > c H1DE5 7 S ILL KETCH V NOW LOOK T S WHCT WE i rW i fij < if i1 rw Hi f nss pETt AlD piVTo OLOIVV IM PUIMa i i t Sk

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

U = r When There to tho West In memory I sco j The Frontier Gem thus the Post was styled 3ul now ungainly spot neither shrub nor ticc la left to mark Its benuty undcfilcd Ellstorlc ground I Vnn Dom there orco held sway And chivnlrpus Rood first commanded thee Even Kirby Smith thcro ianjr his roundelay In chorus joined by gallant Fitahugh Lee An nutumn day more than three score rears ago found tho military authorities und tho settlers of Camp Colorado which was called the Frontier Gem preparing for nn unusual incident Col Robert E Leo of the United States army was in Texas inspecting tho posts and ward had been received from Fort Griffin to expect his arrival there tho next morning Everyone was busy whether a soldier or a civilian getting ready for the visit Lee was not only popular in military circles but he was loved by the people and it was planned that tho celebration should be one of the most brilliant affairs over undertaken along the far flung line of civilization Camp Colorad...

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

i < F r v PINANOIAfW W thonmxati p r SI Wook Endi lri 1922 our ST CURRENT COMMENT Wo sec a great deal moio of women than wo Used to sec Thin statement is tnto anyway you wish to consider it Wo oce a larger per cent of each woman wo behold thanks to the style makers and the mo fe TSSM i disloH and doable lA thanks and many bows U the designers of bnthini costumes Of course I say it is awful and I always frown my awfulest when I appear to soo too little clothing and too much woman but I do not recall tho time when I closed my eyes or peered into the heavens be fore such unequal displays of fabric and femininity except on occasion when my wifo was with mo or the scenery was very unattractive Nearly all men con demn female attire that doesnt cover all of the female and yet if the government should create a board to pass on female attiro and require the members thereof to gaze intently upon that which shocks tnen so awfully in order to submit do tailed reports many hips would bo dislo...

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

= c ndraJnet V hero to thn The Fnmtie lut now urgni In left to nm lintorio grour pwav And hvnlri Jvon k > rr > Si In chorus Jo An nutum oars ago fo ind Uio pc hich was c ircjminj fc plfrt E L < Aih m Text VQrd had be Cin to expeo lorninir Everyone or a civilian Tjoo was not les but he it was pla should be o fairs over flung line oi Caiap Co of Jim I ed the heart oi tiers were chivalrous who had the wild settlers wa old Virginia leaders in tr increased b erine an who had wc Frontier G < was a bri could ride Chief wi Cossack Catherine at home e have had t of history and the vn harmonize lace Sowell the settlem hunters on less slaugl prairie T objections Grangers proud of t hearts wen fne girl an ant whose highest soc Revolution F TEXAS Know 1 ing and a tF = TO DEVELOP TEXAS IKON ORE REPS Several extensive beds ci iron mineral ore in Cass County East Texas are owned by Bamnper Tern U c Johnson of Philadelphia Th i peiitlemen recently inspected the bed i tated that they woul...

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