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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 February 1919

II > Jt t iwiflHEB botJKTi is THE PROVEN SHALLOW WATBBfeHtr diS WlLli SOON BE DRILLED FOB 4 + Volume 10 Ox rrss A LITTLE 8T0ET Onco upon a time I was attending the mooting of ttio Presbyterian State Synod in a certain town in a certain stato Whllo there I was in company with otbor delegates to sold Synod given nn automobile ride over tlio city by tho Ladies Civic Club WTo onjoyed bolng carried in their now automobiles around over their beautiful town and wero Interested in what tlioy had to show us Thoy showed us their fairgrounds their public park their mills and fnctorics and last of all they car rlod us around to their court house square wlioro was located their jail Hero wo wore prcsentod with a view of ono of tho most cxponslvo and commodious court houses wo had ever scon Then hard by was a nice largo and woll built jail for tho caro of tho prisoners Wo alighted from our autos and wero conducted through these two buildings nud woro shown tho modern accommodations provided fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 February 1919

a B H D W u D o D o o n o 30E30E NO MORE FRILLS AND rUBBELOW Hitherto she has been part nonsense Two years ago the girls in tho offices wore short sleeve thin chiffon waists and thin shoes They looked dressed for an opera rarty instead of a fiftecndollaraweck job Now the uniform has changed tho popular style of dress Not everybody is wearing uniforms but theyve caused low heels and plain sensible clothes to come into style I understand that the Y W C A has lid a great influence in shaping the new taste in dress Thats why I cheer for it We cant havo too much teaching of common sense How proud we are of tho things we intend to do Wilsons AntiFlu for sale by McCune Drug Company meeting Scripture reading Daniel 21723 Daniel a Captive Leora Stallings Daniels Decision Mabel Ilale Daniel Interprets tho Kings Dream Silas Graham 30E3010E30E 30E30E aocaoc m m mmmm When Sickness Conies It calls for unusual articles and needs The Rexall Store has given painstaking attention to these demands and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 February 1919

sr ttt O J mission loans about our D Hefflejsnger fta0 Otrico Wlro Hotel Plalnvlcw P Soino liigli idcnls ure as imprncticnblo as somo airships NOTICE About Fournarjr 1stI will open a Millinery departmeDtJn Burns Piorco dry goods storeIn tho moan tirao I will visit tbe eastern mnrkots and will bo prepared to Ivo the ladics of Tulln and Swisher County tho very latest and best 23tc MRS W 0 OWENS Reasons Why you should use I Cardui llicvyomans Ionic for troubles your have been showiryln thousands of letters front actual users of this mcdIB cine who from spcakf experience If lie results obtained by other women for so many years havebeen so uni formly Rood why not give Cardui atrial Take Tlie Womans Tonic Mrs Alary J Irvin of Cullcn Va writes About 11 years ago 1 suffered untold misery with female trouble bcar ingdown pains headache numbness I would go for three weeks almost bent double ny husband went to Dr for Cardui After faking about two bottles I began going around and when I took th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 February 1919

THE TULIA HERALD rN L UAK k 6lifAK Owasn JURHETT OBBTAKj Xdlur J I XHaLBUAV roiishtr tr4rtl SI > rr T tr KnUrr4 u onn1rl m ll ktt r TUMA TEXAS robrnary 7 1010 TOE TANltANDLE LOSES ITIIEND In nn nrtielo on this paRO yesterday Mrs Phelie K Warner who e homo Is in Claude Armstrong County said Fitly years from today tho Panhnndlo of Texas will be one of the richest food fields in thin Nation and men anil wo mon will wonder why they did not know it sooner And bctwocn tho time Mrs Warner wroto those word and their appearaneo In print there died at a sanitarium in Tort Worth a man who had known that truth and preached if for a quarter of a century In tho death of David B Kceler vice president of the Fort Worth Dnevor and of tho Wiebita Valley Railroad tho Panhandle lost ono of its best friends Twentyfive years ago ho was saying what Mr Warner said yesterday and what many of us know to bo tho absolute truth today He believed in the future of tho Panhandle a a center of food production wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 February 1919

nr I r fr Mcii Aftfi m6Xil A W sternonfco rg vislfod friend in Plainvlow Sundiy tying n jour poultry Runsey ft our prices llanos OityQJroeors > Oct to rec il Bfist Proof 6tfe Douglas Burns of Burns Florco ttiui a visitor jn Plainviow tho first of the wook He rdener l PankUf K c or4 t Fljr t for sAldc Two Gang r q so < i riows fn ijW shnpo L O SPEER Tulla Texas 02c Doggie Brooks a thrifty farnior of tho WayBlild country was n business visiter n Tolln Wednesday J AUTDUQBILE PAINTINa RICHARDS PLAINVIEW Mr and Mrs W W Stophonson and llttlo daughtor Grace wcro In Happy last 8unilny vlBiting with relatives Mrs E N Mclntyro and llttlo daugli tor of Canyon nro In Tulla visiting Mrs Mclntyro sistor Mrs 0 0 Hutchison ffo oxpi Texas Be recoivo soon a car of Soed Oats Got Tulla Grain Coal Co FOB SAtU Ono milk strain full lilpoileil Roufi Shorthorn Bull Calf 10 months oh N W USELnNG Happy Texas 5Cp Miss Margaret Hcndrix spont a por ti6n of this week visiting at tho homo of hor friends Lawr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 February 1919

a a a a a a a a a a a a a H a a a a a a a a a a a a a B a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Burns The difference between many a large irosperous business and its small pind ling neighbor is that the successful man bus mastered the secret of frequent turn over The aggregate profits of a 1 riK business even if tho individual ilc s are relatively smaller are greater u a isual thing than where a leisurely business is done and the profit on tho ingle sale is larger It is far wiser oCBBBBBBBl The Faulkners Old Stand from a business standpoint to use reasonable promotion methods to encourage frequent turn over and to reduce overhead expense than to drift or to bo bound by successhampering conservatism or prccedont Todays business i alls for todays methods to meet to l j s emergencies Subscribe for The TuIIa Herald Spring ReadytoWear Is beginning to arrive We have received first shipment of Dresses from Seigel Ley if i of New York City Our ReadytoWear is all bought this season...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 February 1919

ffT I fr > lK + M + M4tH + + + + M + t NOTES FROM THE WEST TEXAS STATE NORMAL COLLEGE Special to tlio ncrald Personal Notes Misses Ela JIao Aikmnn Henry Ploy Beaver Madgo Allon Day Ncllio C Krnncy Wnldccn Hognn Mnttlo lor < Tan Helen Mhnn Mallova McKcc Bcs sift E Piorson Hannah A Swonringcn Mary Bcllo Tisdnlo and Artio Mirlo Vaughn Messrs Itusscll Bruco Leo Cantrcll Max Crawford Henry T Curry Traiik Day Leonard Qrubb Trnnk Harvy Leonard Johnson Austin Love Ira Maim Lemuel Bone Jack Stringer and John H Wood nnd Mrs Salllo Mngncss nro attending tlio Normal this year Oeneral Notes It should ho of interest to the peoplo of West Texas to know that tlio Normal has had a remarkable grovvtli during its nine years of existence It is now tho second largest Normal in tho State liming thin 3ear enrolled five hundred and twenty studouts Tho following table shows its progress in members Year lleg Ses Sum Sos Total 101010U 10111012 10121011 10131014 10141015 10151010 10111017 10171018 101810...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 February 1919

poll J 1 W t I a I f HATTYITEMS ITerwm li and Oomments Cant you notiro he dnys getting longer Sunday wm gronndbog Jay and if t means what ho says woll have to Wear our sealskins nix weeks longor flu Lawson mado a business trip to Csnyon Wodncsday lit P Q MeElroy and Jack Hayes transacted business in Tuli Wednesday Mr and Mrs Earl Whitley aro rejoicing over the arrival of an eight posnd son who made hii arrival January 30th Hmll Schaeffcr raado a business trip to Canyon Wodncsday Cbas Bison of Canyon was on our Mrocta AYednosday Mr nn lira Vade Stephenson and daughter Grace of Tulia spent Sunday here the guests of Mr Stephensons mother Mrs C P Mancy Mr and Mrs Chas Mitchell returned Wednesday from Tulia Goo Wahrcr mndo a business trip to Tulia Friday Mrs C R Strong returned Friday from Amarillo where aho had been visiting Mr Robert Bruce 0 M Dalton camo in Friday from Bentonville Arkansas where he had been on business Dave Cnrric returned from Amarillo Sunday morning Lane Mayhew came...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 February 1919

im WT > m 8WIBHER OOTJNTT IB IK THE PBOVEN BHAIiLOW WATEB STiTJ On VfXLL SOON BE DBI1LED FOB Volume 10 WBBT TEXAS CHAMBEB OF COMMERCE OBGANIZED W12J Promoto Industries and Development of Resources of Territory Embraced Wichita Falls Fob 8 Colonel C T Herring of AniarlUo was elected president of tho West Texas Chamber of Commerco W W Turnor of El Paso first vlco president and B E Lee of Cisco socind vlco presidont Othor vlco prosldonls nre J W Chcnoy Am arlllo B A Undorwood Plalnvlow 0 0 Walsh San Angoloj J a Wells Big Bprings 0 W Jones Spur Courtney Orny Brownwood Charles F Bhults Llano Louis J Worthain Fart Worth Members of the executive board are C C Gumm chairman Fort Worth J A Kemp Wichita Falls Q W Urlggs Lubbock Gun Croft Mineral Wells W V Crawford Waco Charlos Browington Stamford Senator H P Brolsford Eastland The oxocutlvo committeo will moot in ten days at tho call of Chairman Gumm at a placo not yet determined to choose a headquarters city The committeo at this meeting ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 February 1919

BM a a m a n not o D o a o D o U o IIo CREAMS POWDERS the BUILDINO IS VITAL Reconstruction plans of the Department of Labor provide for America perhaps tho greatest development of publie works and housing ever projected A greater and better America is the object of this vast campaign The building program contemplated by the department will mean a transition from war to a peace basis it will furnish employment for large numbers of the men to be demobilized from the Army and the war industries and It will stand after the readjustment is completed as a monument to American labor and enterprise It will mean a tremendous addition to the material wealth of the country and to its pub lie resources States and cities are being encouraged to put full steam ahead os their plans for betterment held np nearly two years as a result of the war Private builders are urged to begin their work at once The average workingman who baa been steadily employed during the war probably has more money than eve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 February 1919

r m ht fc SI rr 4 L loans > ci cor any comes A tils re uioimc to A V wazo lo cLdnces lo wj l iftolhir 3 > OjaciD of fij on hand Cake pen fd ihimhnat3riiiliias v d fcg oil rcod iIiHjm to e > t M must be drcsid up in ra their boat lasto and jpj 4 T r1 too Ivor rcputa f M on s a cvok must M if bo u H 1 rid she it Calumet statcs on jfJ cviytime Shalwowsit will not disappoint her Ordera can nml have tio c ly kind of bikimjs Caijinet contains only such in i t cmj i i have been appicM ofi mil by the U S 1cod Auuinntiea Vji hiyc v na rou buy it ui ve v a jod use it WELCOME HOME Soldiers Saliors and Civilian War workers Full Information as to oil cmploymont openings in this community and elsowhoro will bo given you FREE at tbo Bureau for Returning Soldier Ballon and War Workers Itll locotod at HOTEL TULIA + Tulla Texas B 0 A9BURY Manager j i l u All National andlocal efforts to assist you aro there concentrated UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE U S DEPARTMENT OP LABOR CAPTAIN J D DIC...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 February 1919

THE XULLAHERALD ENOLKHAN OBRTAK Ownen BAMJETT OBRYAN Editor J 1 ENOLEUAN Tublirher Subscription 150 Per Tear Entered as secondclass mall mutter nt Uio postoffico At Tulia Texas TULIA TBXAS February U 1019 TWO AND A HALF CENTS By Ival MePeak For each year of the war the Ameri eon pcoplo gave two and n half coats per capita to the relief of war suffer ing In Armenia Syria and other countries under Turkish rule Two and o half rental Well of course thero were the Liberty Loan drives the United War Work Campaign and the War Saving Stamp besides local and national charities And now there is this ArmenianSyr Inn Relief Campaign for 30000000 and some of us are asking When is all this giving going to ndt It will end when America no longer has a soul when she Is completely deaf to all cries for help from hor brothers and sister when she ie so profoundly steeped in her own money getting and moneyhoarding and money spending jhat she has cast out humanity and religion in other word when she has ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 February 1919

T W 4 > rMlss Boatrico Gosa wm a visitor1 In Happylast Thursday automobile paintino richards plaktobw C M Housor of Kress was n business visitor In Tulia tlio first of tho < woek yOR BALE Two Gang P A 0 Soil Plows In good1 shape L 0 BPEER > TuHn Toxas 02e Mayor Dennis Zlmmormann roturnod Thursday morning from a business trip to Fort Worth Mrs C L Ontton and son Granvillo of1 Hnppy woro shopping and visiting In Tulla Tuesday1 J i Vfo oxpoct to receive soon a car of Toils Hod Rust Proof Seed Oats Got Courprlces Tulla Grain 4 Coal Co io > If I I Tho many friends of Mrs Jnmcs Ffvo will bo glad to learn that sho Is rapidly Improving from a rocont sick rtell Vim Virginia Walters daughter of TV W Waltors has boon spending tho weekend with Sir and Mrs W C Tfulacy FOR SALE Onb milk strain full bloododRoan Bhortlior n BullCalf 10 rnonths old N W UBELDINO Happy Toias G2p Little Edith tho Infant daughter of Mr and Mrs R J Stalling has boon qulto sick this week Sho is much J ttter at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 February 1919

V a a B a a a a a a a B a a a a B B B a a a B a a a B a a a a a MENS SUITS 14 off regular price the BOYS SUISTS We are offering a line of boys suits age 4 to 20 yrs at less than wholesale cost today Mens Standard Union Made Overalls all sizes 195 Boys Overalls extra good quality 4 to 12 years special 125 per pair Boys Unionalls special 215 Mens Unionalls special 295 Mens Work Shirts extra good quality SI00 each Mens Cloth Gloves special 2 pairs for 25c Mens Work Shoes regular 4 special sale price 340 Silk Dresses just arrived from New York priced from 2475 to 3000 A Few Coat Suits medium weight 12 the regular price a Telephone No 163 H m mi mm Burns Pierce We offer the following prices on Merchandise for the last week of our Get Acquainted Sale Prices are in most cases below the wholesale cost today Now is the time to supply your needs Childrens Gingham Dresses ages 3 to 14 priced from 75c to 350 Ladies and Childrens Muslin Undergarments 14 off regular price Ginghams 30c value sale ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 February 1919

> Phone No2 m wargjteaKwwii rTWlft KtTaTtfjr CB KEEP THE BALANCE IN YOUR FAVOR The present High Cost of Living has made it difficult for many of us to strike an even balance between our Incomes and Expenses Care tz in buying your daily needs will lighten the burden and by taking advantage of our prices your Dollars will Tip the Beam in Your Favor The Mia Grocery Co Highest markel paid for Cream and Eggs LITTLE THINGS TO THINK ABOUT Love Is tho lamp l > y which tho foul is guided through despair to happiness Let us remember that tho obligation wo nro under not to lie imposes no obligation to repoat unpleasant truths Kissing declares a western dor bymnn is a relic of the dark nges Too much light certainly scrcs to dls eourago it A lluroponn scientist says tlicro will soon bo no such thing ns a really beautiful woman Oh death whero is thy stingl Truo humility is ncer found expressing itself in ennt phrases or extravagant affections Tho prldo of Diogoncs was greater than that of P...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 February 1919

the work or councils or DEFENSE TO BE CONTINUED The llorald ntnttda ever ready to fos Ur encourage and properly ndvortlso every good movement o these in authority Is the various bureaus and divisions of the United States Government One of the groatcst agencies for the good of all the people has been the Councils of Defense Nntional State District County and Precinct organisa tions However tho problems of peace are just as pressing and tlemnnd a mneh attention and work as did tho problems of war With a viow of assisting in enlightening the public and thereby getting a greater stato of efficiency in tho carrying out of our peace probloma wo print tho following communication which is selfexplanatory Council of National Defense Washington February 4 1919 Editor The Herald Tulin Texas i Doar 8ir y fou are of course thoroughly familiar with the orgnniintion of the Council of Defense sytsom throughout tho country Under the Council of Nntional Defense in Washington consisting of tho Secreta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 February 1919

H 1 w > + < iwuni oomnrr zv Tim movmw bhailoit watbsbxlt oamui BOOH BB DBHUtD TOB Volume lb BWIBttEB COUNTY IS IN On DEVEtOPMENT tebbitoby Quito a numbor of our business > non nail cltlrons havo been quietly nt work oeuring leases preparatory to developing for oil nnd gns In Swisher County Their knowlo dgo anil observations of our soli formation as well as the opinions of eminent geologists havo bcon tlio basis for their work Tho Herald is wlth our pebplo In thus scoklng to develop our homo County And to add to all this tho Fort Worth StnrTclo gram has tho following to say anont tho opinion of Mr Fred A Qillctto That there will soon bo n string of derricks stretching along tho pormlan formation from Fort Worth norlhwost Into Now Mexico is tlio opinion of Froi A lillotto Oklahoma oporntor who hns spent sovcrnl mouths studying tho trend of tho oil opinion Ollletto declared Tuesday that his opinion was shared by a number of other operators with whom ho had recently bcon in con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 February 1919

QIELSI WHITEN SKIN WITH LEMON JUICE Make a Beauty Lotion for a Few OenU to Eeraove Tan Freckles Ballowneu Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toiletcounter will supply you with three onncei ofwehard white for a few cents Squeeze toevjuiee of two fresh lemons into bottle th en put I 1 1 i i tip wtthSJd white and shake well P TM makes a quarter pint of the very j best lemon skin whitener and complexion beautirlcr known Massage this tit grant creamy lotion daily into the face neck nrms and hands and just see how freckles tan rallowness redness and roughness disappear and how smooth soft and clear the skin becomes Yes It is harmless and the beautiful results will surpriso you Bj iiia JLi X WELCOME HOME Soldiers Saliors and Civilian War workers Full Information as to nil employment openings in this community and elsewhere will bo given you FREE at tbo Bureau for Returning Soldiers Sailors and War Workers 11 Is located at HOTEL TULIA Tulla Texas R a ASBURY Manager All Nationa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 February 1919

rr w 1 m > o > 1 C F SJOGREN AUCTIONEER Kress Farm Sales a Specialty mo for Dates = P W F GRDTFIN KEEP THE BALANCE IN YOUR FAVOR The present High Cost of Living has made it difficult for many of us to strike an even balance between our Incomes and Expenses Care in buying your daily needs will lighten the burden and by taking advantage of our prices your Dollar will Tip the Beam in Your Favor The Ma Grotery Co Highest market paid for Cream and Eggs Btnto of Ohio Cits of Toledo Lucas County as l rank J Cheney mnles path that ho Is senior partner of the firm of V J Chcnoy Co Joint bushess In the City of Toledo Countyyiml jtato nforcsulJ and that sold flrmVHlrny the sum of ONE HUNDRED UpIAUS for each and every ease of Carvm1 that cannot bo cured tivthouae of llllfl CATAnillt MnoiciNi ritrNic j ciikxcv Sworn to before wo nSjd ruhserlbeil In my presence this 6th ritV of December A D issa A wAcsieason Seal Ntary Public IlalCr Catarrh Medlclr Ns taken In ternallj and nets thr hirIi th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 February 1919

+ + + i + + + + J + + < rsvn THE TULIX HERALD XrTSLEMAN 0J TAJT Ow n BAEHEXT OBRYAN Editor J K ENOLEMAJT Publisher Subscription 100 Per Year Kntrred as secondclass moll matter t the postofflee at TuHa Texas TtHTA TEXAS February 21 IMP MAKE TEXAS THE BANNER STATE IN ARMENIAN DRIVE Dallas Texas fen in Imports from various section of Toxis Indicate that Many oinmunitip are so anxious to nnd Urvlnj millions in Aula Mln < curious stones of camels Ioto for or that they lime been unable to wait nntil the dates et for the campaign Mr C 1 Sites Chairman for North Texas has received the following communication dated Bovlna Texas Feb ruary 1 sos co THE MENTAL ALARM CLOCK M < 4 > yM > > > K > > + + + 5 + SCENES Living room at tbn Randol SYNOPSIS fcltiJB > 9f acts next day Before Roinjr to sleep one ay to tho alarm clock If anything happen to make mo lose my tempor tomorrow I wnnt you to remind mo to hanp onts it Tho thine Jinppons Tho temper is all rondy to lose wh...

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