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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 January 1919

< T i > 1 1 c < i XfotAh MS rm timl Oil Stock Boo acfirf on last pngo AUTOUoAl E TAlNTINa IUOHARDS PLAINVIEW Mrs 0 W McFnrllng was a visitor In Plalnvlow last Saturday Hear GonorklFcriklngs Rocoord at Pipit Mr Ollbroath of Glasgow Illinois islioro looking aftor his farm north oaat of town W Vf Jackson has boon assisting Walters French with their dray work this wook E L Knight a worthy fnrmor of Uio northoastcm portion of tho county wan purchasing supplier from Tulin merchants Thursday Master John Portor of Halo Centor spont n portion of last week In Tulin visiting with his grnndparonts Mr and Mrs W A Porter Buy your Drugs frjiniAlcCuno Drug Co and buy War Saviftgs Stamps with tho dlfforcnco In tho prlco you would pay elsowhcro Commissioner J F Mooro of Kress was in Tulia Monday attondlng tho regular monthly mooting of tho Commissioners Court of Swisher County S J Angspurgcr tho worthy county commissioner and prosperous farmor of Vigo Park attondod tho regular mooting of tho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 January 1919

rfV n m B L m m D O D o U o Phone 70 in a mwow sennas nan KnannntssBari rati iness men A petition calling for a 400000 road bond issue is being circulated and the election will be called early in February Comanche Comanche has assumed the most prosperous air in it History nnd business men and fanners arc highly enthused over tie outlook for oil pro gartitmfti a big scale There are about twentylve rigs In the county and up the big companies are securing every available foot of acreage DeLeon The business men of this uty are great believers in printers ink west and California To Prevent Winter Ills and to more quickly recover from colds coughs and grippe USE A WINTER TONIC We recommend these as the best blood building and system strengthening tonics sold Rexall Hypophosphites Comp 100 Rexall Tonic 100 Peptonized Iron Lord Baltimore Pound Paper Correspondence Cards and Box Paper at every price See Our Window CRAWFORD PHARMACY Phone 39 s fexaebs Phone 39 BB snBQnnaEnHE Bnnan3XEEHHEanHHH...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 January 1919

i 1 SUMMARY OF PBOHrBITION AT TUB BEOINNOTO OP lgio A Burvoy of tho wot and dry situation throughout tho country just complotod by tho Methodist Board of Tomporanco shows that thoro nro 25lC dry counties nnd 351 wot cOunllos This Is a dry gain for tho year 1IH8 of 1G0 countios During tho yoar tho drys won stntowldo vlctorlos lu Ohio Florida Wyoming and Novadn with n recount ponding in Mlnncaota Tlioy woro defeated in Missouri nnd California but olocted ratlfi cation Legislatures in both states Thero aro nt present31 ilr states not in eluding Texas vvhoroMt statowldo pro hibition law was held by tho state Su premo Court to bo contrary to tho con stiUitional nrovlslon for local option At prcsont oponlng of saloons lu that state is being provonted by injunctions and refusal of tho Comptroller to grant licenses Tho probability is that tho Federal Constitutional Prohibition Amondmcnt will bo ratified boforo February 1 1010 Tho following 113 stales hnvo already ap proved tho amondmont Mis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 January 1919

HARDSHIPS AND PLEASURES Or A OTIEIflTMAS VACATION Graphically told by llov 0 B Wyntt It was not long before we wore in tho borne of our soninlaw Ho v S A Barnes pastor of tho 11 E Church rjouth Wichita Tails Gas fires wero In sdnost ovory room Rnow was on tho round noi everything had tho appearance of a real old Umo Christmas Wichita Falls was suffering from an attack of thn influenza and it had been eternally crowed into tho brains of tho family that ono of tho best ways to fight the flu is with plenty of aiT as wo found ont when wo wore invited up stairs to retire It was almost like going out doors to sleep In fact a largo portion of the family slept out on the porch whtlo tho balance of us slept with doors and windows open I rould but recall a cartoon I had seen Tho picture represented a man and his wife retired for tho night When by and by the man jumped up and was letting down tho window that was raised near tho bod Tho wife jumped up to a sitting position and cried out Dont yo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 January 1919

A VT r frr f > < f t u clud roaily Yor < V A it t BWISHEB COUNTYS BUSINESS MEN ASK SWISHER COUNTYS PEOPLE FOB TBADE t Vollime 10 Prosidont J K Swepston nnnouncod thli wook the nppolntmont of tho Com mttteo to boo tho cltlzons of Tulia in referonco to a mora hoarty patronngo of tbo city oloctric light plant Tho commlttoo was authorized at tbo last mooting of tho Young Mens Business League Tho porsonnol of tho commlttoo is Messrs Paul IinmBoy E L Rico and W W Stephenson Tho Corporation of nil our cltlzons Is n very vital matter and wo nro suro that this committee will do much valuablo work both for tho city ns well as tho citizens and soon plnco Tulia in a position to hnvo day and night sorvico Tho Lcaguo will meet again noxt Mondny night Jnnunry 27th A number of vitnl questions will como up for discussion among which arc Good Koads and Shall our citizens or gnnizo and put down n well for testing for oil in Swlshor County These questions nro both vital Wo hnvo board n fow str...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 January 1919

f r W PRAISES DtSOIlAROED SOLDIER Our fellowcltlzon Mr W 0 George Is in receipt of the following letter For tho splendid sentiments oxprcssod therein tlio Herald is glad to print tho letter Headquarters Balloon Detachment Tost Held Ft Sill Oklahoma January 8th 1010 Mr William C George Box 11 Tnlin Texas My I > ir Mr < corje Today your soldier will roeoio Ms honorable < lls < barge and start for home He is bringing luuK many fine qualities of body and mini which ho has acquired or developed in tho Military BUSINESS MEN TO ORGANIZE Mineral Wells Tex Jan 13 Palo Tinto county buMness interests plan to thoroughly organize in order to meet the wonlerful opportunities that are afforded bj the gigantu oil development under way in Uu section Strong eom ii ial organizations already exist in Mineral Wells and Strawn and new hie tower or advertising Never has thcro been given such a demonstration of tho powor of advertising as is shown by tho results of tho War Work Red Cross and Li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 January 1919

l > if ivi i THE LITTLE HOUSEWIFE and all other shrewd buyers find our store the trading center of Swisher County THERES A REASON Ours is the store of Speed Sales and Small Profits One visit will convince you and assure us of a continuance of your patronage The Tulia Grocery Co Highest market paid for Cream and Eggs TTTTTTTrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTrTl TTTTTTTTTTTTITrTTT TT T F BURKS dealer in Coal Grain and Feed Blacksmith Coal Wagon Yard and Barn in connection PHONE 17 W B PAYNE Manager RESOLUTION OF BESPEOT Whorcas in tho courso of human evoutB Sov Roy Ross Mrs Mae Qrn bnm Miss Ruby Ross Mrs T A Ross and Tom Ross all members of tho family of Sov T A Ross haro been called to their rownnl Thcroforo Bo It Resolved by tho members of Tulo Camp No 1028 W O v of Tulin Texas that in tho death of Sov Roy Ross this Lodgo has lost ono of Its most faithful and loyal members Hint in the death of tho other members of tho family of Sov T A Ross tho homo has boon robbed of its pleasant associations and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 January 1919

1 lo THE TULJ A HERALD I 11 i gy rg a jLa ENOLEMAN OBRYAN Ownert HARNETT OBRYAN Editor J S KNOLEUAN Publisher ttab ri < iUa CI SU Ir V r Knl r d u < fooncicl nisi1 itt f t the pimofflc il TnlUTwm TULlA TEXAS January 24 IB1B CON8KI1VATION NKCE88ABY TO liBVfclOPMKXT Torn has greater natural resources than any t o other states in tho unior Hence she has double need of conservation These resources are just on Heavens man why didnt you telljeIx rgi 30 inch Berkleys XB Nainsook extra roft finish regular 35c value White Sale hpeclal price 27 l2c the yard 30inch Berkleys li long cloth nice toft finish regular 35c value White Bale special price 27 l2e tho yard 30 inch pure Spring Water Bleached Domettie oxtra Mift finish reg 30e vnlue White Sale upwial price 25c the yard EXTRA SPECIAL 3GJ li Iur Bpring Water Bleach wl Piim5t < ft finish rngnlor 27 1 2 Milue White Sale pe inl price < tle > ard 1M 111 ei Phetiug White Bale mhhii I ii e > < > the vard OAJIBEKIKO Pertinen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 January 1919

pr fir i 0 Joff Pottor roturnod Bandar from a business trip to Clarendon Hear General Penklagt Recoord at rixntt 8 0 Bass wan looking nftor business mattors In Kross Wodnosday I AUTOMOBILE PAINTING MOWARDB ILAINVIEW Miss Esta Goad of Happy iru shopping and visiting frlonds in Tulia tho first of tho wook J P Lipe of tho eastern portion of tho county was trading with Tulia merchants Tuosday Wo oxpoct to rocoivo soon a car of Toxas Hod Rust Proof Soed Oats Got our prices Tulln Grain Coal Co Ira Xtann of Happy was a business visitor in Tulia Tuesday and spent n few ininntos ploasantly in tho Horald office Mr Coombs of Concordia Kansas spent a portion of this wook in Tulia visiting with friends and looking after businoss Urs Emllt Laroo of Happy spent rt portion of last wcok visiting with hor parents Mr and Mrs J II Pearson Jioar Tulia Buy your Drugs from McCuno Drug Co and buy War Savings Stamps with the difference in tho price you would pay elsewhoro WANTED Cattlo to pasture Good stalk...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 January 1919

u O BB B m a B B B o a mBsxaPff BBni w H In tho Happy cemetery ur < i uin as to TOo TOo u V a 3 To some the death of a baby doesnt noan so much as the passing of one of mature years But only tho c who arc parents and have felt the sweet touch of babyhood know the anguish of soul that is experienced in giving up these treasures for indeed They are idols of hcais and of households They arc angels of God in disguise His sunlight still gleams in their tresses His glory still beams in their eyes When our hearts are torn and bleeding when the sympathetic words of loved ones and friends seem so empty and meaningless we can find comfort only in turning to the One who alone can speak peace to the troubled soul The sorrows of this life would be turned to joy if our finite minds could only see the providence of God in times of adversity as well as prosperity If we would only fix our eyes an lie goal to wbi < He wants to bring uc Benliz Lsz it is Tie who is lending Hnd guiding us day by d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 January 1919

fa AT THE PEESBYTEBIAN CHUBCH NEXT SUNDAT Our hopo Is that wo may havo boau llful and mudlcss wcatlicr next Sunday so that wo all may go to tho House of Qoil for tlio study of His word In the Sabbath school nml for worship ut the devon oclock and ovonlsg scrvlci Tho attendnnco last Sunday was fairly good cUisidorlug tho bad roads but no should Innko Bpccinl efforts to attend church nml render unto flod His due in wo Mm boun do tig toaitrd our country String tho war The sermon iilxt biinday morning will bo on tho BUbjoclfSho Hath Dono What Slio Could and tit tho ovoning Iho fcrmon wit ho Ovniigcllstlf Thoro will bo preaching by tho pastor nt Vnlou Hill a thrco p in If tho roads lire O one max tit m In On tho first Sundn in robrtiary wo will begin n protracted mooting In tho Presbyterian church in Tulia of which more will bo said noxt wook Let mo say this now howovor wo ask tho pra orful and hearty cooperation of tho pastors nnd members of other churches in tho town in this roUwil eff...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 January 1919

l of the lonl than to riM out Amnsmrs and pleaches or a cnaiBTMAs vaoXttox flrsphlcally told by Rot G a Wyatt Chapter III As I lay io bed on the holy Babbalh siornlng studying about Uio theme on wMeh I was expecting to preach and tiwdonaJlT tie thbugbt passing through mt mind of tie large number that the arnca family had to provide food for I Wat startled by the cry that went ringing through the houses Thirty tv have come in thirtyflvo hare osut in 1 could not figure it out wfcero in the world my daughter would fnt thirtyfive moro and provide for their feed I know thai there was no limit to tho hospitality of tho family but what they would do with them was a puttie to mo With thirtyfive more 1 knew thai standing room much less 5 sfecplng room would be at a premium I knew from experience that there was a limit to oven n large twostory house With Mich for a shelter my wife and I had seen the thing put to the limit But my mind was soon relieved when one of the children rushed into the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 31 January 1919

j s I 7 > > i 1 r r if + + > < tt > ipiB PEOyErf SHALLOW WAtEeTbELT pTLWILL BOON BE DRILLED FOB t V ° OTS 4Qr QUOTAS ANNOUNCED FOB BAPTIST LOYALTY LOAN Organization of forces for tlio Bap tiit Loyalty Loan continues nnil spoak an ara bolng eout from tbo control offices to Baptist educational Institutions and outlying districts to oxploin the milliondollar bond proposition Voluntary subscriptions being roceir od at the central offlco through the mall now total 3000 Dr J E Hardy chairman hi District No 3 at Bolton has writton to Dr Oronor that ho bo libves tlio quota will bo ciccodcd in that district Dr S P Brooks from DlstrlctfWjOt 4tj t Waco also says that is tat QJiyffitijevarnouiit nxed for them Qu HMSo < iwplvc districts into wliiol fcjjR j Tjttjilcd for the bond issiij HNUi niWlrps follows DiBtrwSRPwtjWorth 107250 Distrlclj3 Torojilo 00700 District 4 Waco 129000 District C Abilene 93000 District 0 Tyler 131000 District 7 Sherman 144450 pistrlct 8 Dallas 310700...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 31 January 1919

B B B B B B m m u m jjm AT THE MBTnODIBt CHTJBOH 8erlces for Sundny February Snd 191P Bundey school 10 a m J K Bwep ton Superintendent Preaching nt 11 a m and 030 p ra Bubjcct at 11 One Place All Can Fill In tho Centenary MovcmoLt The flaco of Prayer At 630 Then and Now At the beginning of tho morning ser vice Prof C I 8ono will mako a short address on lomo phase of the Centon ary Moxemcnt Junior League at 3 p in Mrs tft Hon Tucker Superintendent Senior Epworlh League at 530 p m Mrs T K Swcpston Superintendent VT M S Monday at 3 p m Mrs E W Flynt President Tho regular monthly meeting of the Board of Steward Monday 630 p mat thn parsonage Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 6 HO There will bo no midweek prayer meeting if Bro Price should begin his protrncted meeting Let everyono try tA bo in his place on tho Sabbath The weather is good now and wo should try to mnko up for lost time Forsake not tho assembling of yourselves to gothcr as tho manner of some is I was glad when they said u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 31 January 1919

c t k a PHONX 17 THE LITTLE HOUSEWIFE and all other shrewd buyers find our store the trading center of Swisher County THERES A REASON Ours is the store of Speed Sales and Small Profits One visit will convince you and assure us of a continuance of your patronage > l The Talia Grocery Co Highest market paid for Cream and Eggs < + T R BURKS dealer in Coal Grain and Feed Blacksmith Coal Wagon Yard and Barn in connection W B PAYNE Manager TT Tf tttt VV TTTft tt V TT ttt ttttt 1 COUNCILS OF DEFENSE TO AID ARMENIANSYRIAN CAMPAIGN Stato and local Councils of National Defrtiso liavo roccivod copies of Goner nl Letter No 54 from Grosvcnor B Clnrksou director of tho Nntlonal Council of Defense at Washington urging corporation of tlio councils with workers of tho ArmouinnSyrian Relief Campaign Following is tlio text of Director Clarksons letter Wo endorso and ask your support for tlio campaign now boing conducted by the Amoricnn Committee for Relief In tlio Near East to raise 30000000 to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 31 January 1919

V 4 THE TULIA HERALD KKOLEMAN t OBKTJLK Owner SAKKZXT OBRYAN Editor J I EKOIRUAV riWUhr ft V 4 r 1 60 Tr T r l h v > t offlf TtOI T ti TUIJA T1A8 January 31 1919 WHIRLWIND DRIVE NE0ES3AIIY TO ACHIEVE TEXAS QUOTA T > atcs for the ArmenianSyrian Relief Campaign in North Texas have been poMponed to February 101 according will remain at February 3rd10lh ex cept in those districts whore local cam1 today relative to the cooperation of the Food Administration with ho Ar menianSyrian Relief Campaign Tho interior situations in these countries with the possible exception of Greece are such that relief cannot be handled by their governments and until such time as they are more or less self supporting they are absolutely dependent upon tho voluntary support of tho people of this country nnd I know of no cause to which the people of Texas should respond more generously than tho relief in the Near East Texas quota is 650000 which should bo contributed spontaneously out of tho fullness of ou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 31 January 1919

< > LOCAl AND rERSONAt 4i fi it T Sri 4 4 V W J Wooton of nappy wm looking aftor buslncfljin Tulla last Saturday Hear General Perski g > Xscsord at Flytt l AUTOIKHHLE PAINTING RICHARDS PLAInVIEW Corao to thi Varloty flloro for Vnl en tines X Q MoKlnnoy ono of tho prospef > ous Vigo Park farmers wai purchasing supplios of Tulla morchants Tuosday Mrs G T Mitchell of Happy was shopping with Tulla morchants last Bat u relay i You can now irnvo your kodak work Ooiieilii Tulla Aoavo It at tho Varloty Store Mrs II M Casi loft Tuesday morning for Qoioros Colorado whoro sho will visit lior daughtor Mrs Henry Sharp for a few wooks Wo ront Kodakfiynnd dovolop films at tho Varloty Storo Mosare Paul Ilanuoy and A E Uonca liavo bcon busy this wook proparlng thoir sholvoa and flxturos and placing thoir stock of groceries Wo oxpoct to rocclvb soon a car of Texas Rod Rust Proof ScodOats Got our prices Tulla Grain Coal Co Mr and Mrs Andy George of tho eastern portion of tho county nro tho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 31 January 1919

I r NOTES FBOM IMPORTANT ITEMS Or THE A B 0 Soldiers returning from overseas are giving tho customary number of cheers for tho Red Cross Well tell the Wilsons AntiFlu for SIcCune Drag Company croc V X v Phone 70 aonoc world fair that the K C was on the job every minute is tho way they state tho case They ought to know Funds for Chapter Business Only Inquiries have reached the Division Office indicating that some Chapters en lertain lie opinion that in tho transition from a wartime to a peace pro gram they may use their funds for purposes not speciflod by the Bod Cross Charter They have roggctod for example the purchase and equipment of public buildings tho erection of monuments to tEe memory of soldiers from their community who lost their lives in battle the adoption of French and Belgian orphans the aid of other worthy philanthropic organizations that had suffered from the war and the use of their funds for the promotion of many other enterprises worthy in themselves but foreign in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 31 January 1919

fl I We Invite Inspection of our advanced showing of MILLINERY AND READYTOWEAR v GARMENTJS Special Prices for Saturtlay and Monday 4000 SuiteW 3750 3750 Suits for 3575 3250 Suits for 3100 2500 Suits for 2300 3375 Capes for 3100 J52650 Capes for 2400 oir chance to get o theMinute Spring Togs best 23tc MPS W 0 OWENS reduction on Dresses at unusually low prices MEDICINE In Her Mothers Home Says Thii Georgia Lady Regarding Blaclt Draught Relief From Headache Malaria Chills Etc Ringgold On Mrs Chns Gaston of this place writes I am a user of Thedfordo Black Drought In fnct it was ons of our family medicines Also In my mothora homo when I was a child When any of us child ron complained of hendacho usually if caused by constipation Bho gave us doso of BlackDraught which would rectify tho trouLIe Often In tho Spring fro vould havo malaria and chills or troubles of this kind wo would take BlackBrought protty regular until tho liver acted well and wo would soon bo up and around again Wo would ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 31 January 1919

HATPT ITEMS i Personals and Comments The Woathor man had n bltrinrd bill 4 for us tiila weok but no aro glad It was rerouted W A Carney shipped a car of cattle to kantas City this week i A Logan transacted business in Amarillo Tuesday rl ra Ouesl mado a business trip to Canyon Monday Qoorge Wahrcr has resigned his po sition with the Roberts Olver Lumber Company Rev Watts of Kress filled hisreg ular appointment at the Mclhodi t inrch Sunday Ho was accompanied fom Kress by his wife Trs C R Strong was shopping in Amarillo Tuesday and Wednesday Sho returned homo Thursday morning Charles Dison and wife of Canyon spent Sunday and Monday hero the guests of Alex Patterson and family H L Boone moied Inst week Into the Trcboscb property recently vacated by W W Gordon Chester Rice was in Amarillo Saturday and Sundny W E Lair traveling salesman for the MooreMnthis Clothing Co of Ama rillo was in town Saturday Aldcn Mann went to Canyon Saturday afternoon His sister Mi Helen who is attending the ...

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