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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 February 1919

sp m < i J < v X LC Afj rpRSONAL Tulla T U BX Monday night AUTOUOMLB PAINTING BlOlUltpil pLAINTinW Judgq W B Tqmllnson was a visitor In Kress Thursday Wo expect to roAlvs soon c r of Taxi Roil RmtsEroof Bood Oati Got our prices TullaOraln fc Coal CoD D Crawford was looking aftor buslnoss matters In Plninviow Thursday J II Stephenson W T Townsond 0 L Gntlon and 0 0 Baker of Ilappy ivero visitors In Tulla last Saturday Next Monday night Fobruary 2ltli la tho regular mooting night for tlio Tulla Voung Mens Buslnoss Loaguo You aro rcqucslod to attend R D Shaw and children of Crosby ton arrived In Tulla Sunday night nnd spoilt Monday tho welcome guests of J M Simpson and family TOR SALE A rogistorl Jack at a roasonablo prico Tho rwimal is at ray farm flvo miles southoi Wayaido Mrs J M GILTHAM X 04p Miss Frances Hamilton an oxpert milllnor of St Loulo Mo has accoptod a position with tho Cooper Mercnntilo Company Just received a shipmentof tho latest nnd host novels at thajpopular pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 February 1919

III v Is RB aaiinriBBaB iiRCBnacniani B m m m The following program Trill bo rendered Friday afternoon February 2Sth nt the regular club room at 4 oclock Tho Crusades 1 By what steps was a religion of peace transformed into a religion of war IV 451 Mrs VT C Crawford 2 What was the peace of Godf The Trace of Godf IV 4S2 Mrs CVT Mc Farling 3 What motives led the first crusade f TV 453 Mrs J E S epston 4 What d id it aceomplisht IV 454 Mrs Conway Porter 5 Under what circumstances was the Childrens Crusade begunt IV 455 Miss Alby Ray Smith C Rend the account given of these children on the march IV 456 Mrs N E McCune 7 What were the results of the Crusades T IV 457 Mrs W A Graham Mediaeval Education J Roman schools disappeared in the confusion following the fall of Rome Mrs A W Stcrnenberg 2 Note that schools soon grew up around the monasteries IV 409 Mrs T C Larrade 3 Into what branches were Mediaeval learning divided f IV 470 Mrs W C Cowan 4 What did Charlemagne do for edu ration I IV ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 February 1919

7 THAT WHEAT GUARANTEE Because of his price guarantee of 225 a bushel Uncle Sam atands to lose from 50 cents to a dollar on every bushel of wheat harvested this year lie ing made this guarantee to the fanner lie will make it good That is Uncle J3ams way But what is the Farmer going to do for Uncle Sam in the Victory Liberty Loan Europe is buying wheat right now from the big accumulations of the last two or three years in Argentine and Australia t > X something like 150 a bushil Without the government guarantee the American farmer would bo getting no more than this price now And be doing well at that If he is to retain the respect of the American public if he is to continue to be regarded as the backbone of the nation he knust do Ids part in this next bond issue PLOT THE GAME Read what these patriots and sports said when asked what they were going to do in the Victory Loan Campaign These are extracts from letters received iron Liberty Loan chairmen by Frank M Smith Federal Distric...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 February 1919

Ito w r after i Ins lulllii ua it items 5 t Porxmiilt and Comment Miss Helen Mnnn a student of tho Cuiyon Normal spent tho weokond with home folks Mrs I n Wenvcr of Oanyon Is a rnent of tho Noff nnd ilayhurn families this week i Mrs L K Dillon nnd children of night from Trinidad Colorado and stopped over hero enroute to Tulia O O Baker was in Tuba Saturday Miss Bonnie Adams a student in Wayland College at Plainvlew spent tho week end with her parents Mr and Mrs Dan Adams at Wayside Mcsdames Marvin and Shofner Montgomery were in Tulia from Tuesday until Sunday Mr Hoberts of Amarillo was in our city Monday looking after tho business of th HobcrtsOlvor Lumber Co Miss Alta Beasley of Lipscomb is a guest in the home of Das L Adams of Wayside j iafwBjllerr entertained tbo student of his room Friday night with a tacky party Prizes were awarded to Granville Oatten and Miss Lorraine Floshcr for being the tackiest rouple present on tills tx iiiMon All report the best tune ever Mr and Mrs Beth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 February 1919

< < f H r > BWUWBK OOUHTT IIII TH PBOTIH BHALLOW WATM BELT OIL WILL BOON BB DRILLED FOB Volume 10 TBUAHOT AND THE TBUAMT Ac s p rint ndent our ttcntion has bun called to tho fact that thore are oma boys nn the street during school hoar who should bo In school This Is truo and tho fact Is m reflection on some one Thore are however no cast of truancy In our school at present and theso boys who aro on the streets aro therewith the full V nowledgo and permission of their parents There has been no occasion for any harshness in dlsclplino this year Ttw teachers and pupils ore working together harmonouBly and happily Wo aro sorry that tire good parents of those young friends do not see fit to keop them off tho streets and in Uio school but wo do not prcsuino to dlc tato to them nor question thoir parr ental authority We mention this merely to shield from criticism our faithful teachers who look carefully after tho absentees and who have fully investigated all cases of dolinquonccs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 February 1919

tr < V 2250 to 65 00 JOHN B STETSON HATS A complete line 600 to 850 JNION MADE OVERALLS FOR MEN 195 Special Reduction on MENS WINTER UNDERWEAR x pm 1B19L4 l Senjortcaciio n 530 Mrs J E Sundt icbool at 945 oJm J Swepston Superintendent Swepston Superintendent i W M S Monday at 3 p m Mrs E Preaching tt 11 a v and 630 p m W Flynt President Subjoct at 11 The Stewardship of Regular meeting of Board of Stew Life at 080 One Said He Would iris Monday night at 7 oclock Not Another Said He Woald Praver meeting Wednesday at 030 I s 1 eTTTik = 3l LotXsyaic e this monthihe best monthjof the year up to date Then if wo make each succeeding month the best we will have the best month of the year to close on Some of us are trying to make this year the best one of our cntiro religious enlistment Are jou one of the onesl If not why not J Cr ii is br J < > ntto JAYyour smoketaste ZW 4 uh P againbt a vK < > hs > 6ninf post and youll f set the Prirjch Albert call all right Youll huptfa j...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 February 1919

m 9B a B m B U B dl Ith a B a B H v OFFICERS President E AtfEtfean Banker v i Happy Texas VicePresident Gen Mgr A B Miller Qil Man Amarillo Texas Secretary t P M Martin Amarillo Texas Directors Judge R ENMerwood E A Logan Judge Reese Tatum A B Miller P M Martin Attorneys Kimbrough Underwood Jackson Amarillo Texas The Happy Oil and Gas Company This company is formed for the purpose of developing oil and gas leases which the company now holds and may hereafter from time to time be acquired as the company grows We will begin drilling our first test well near Happy just as soon as machinery and material can be gotten on ground This well isto be drilled thirtysix hundred feet unless we strike the pay sand sooner The drilling of this well will be in the hands of Ben Harper and Curt Bowser two m < 5n who have never failed to finish the well they undertook to drill This is the first deep test well undertaken in the Panhandle country The Happy No 1 will be the deepest test ever undertaken...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 February 1919

If 1 I i < A 9 1 J k V fc tfcaur Su corS utsiii i iaa auir THILTULIA HERALD XXaLEUiX k OBKTAX Otii BARVETT OBETAX Editor J ENCtLEMAN Publisher BubKripUon tlBO Ier Tew Entered as secondclass mail mutter > t the postofflco lit Tulia Texas TULIA TEXAS February 8 1919 The Texas ludutrlsl Congress well sas Impro7l roads will afford better innrkcling facilities nnd stimulate greater production The Jlcrild is always for tho proper declopment of the great re ource of Swisher County With thin we also carry tho idea of the development of bc counties in West Texas As means to that Litter end we think the West Texas Chamber of Commerce one of the greatest agencies We arc there fore clad to promulgate Iho rfforts thw interests at that pUco and working of this West Texas Cham ° study things ttMts MonJa if would follow in the we footsteps of our Lord to know the conditions of the laboring class that we might know how to brother the ones that really j he Rev Watts of Kress filled his regular...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 February 1919

4 JiVW J LOCAL AND TRRSONAL 3t A JTrlUmiro wu buslne or In AmirilIoWodn6 day Mrs J M OIIMIAM T TWt AUTOMOBILE PAINTIXQ BICIUnDB X PLAIKVIBW tulte 11 numoer of Tulla people were pleafoil visitors at tho ontcrtalnmont riven Tuesday night at Nataroth 1 0 Barks and little daughter Jon ri Franco wore in Canyon Sunday rMting with Mr Barks mothor Wo want your Subscription Business Wynt BTFAYEDA rod mjlch iowj split in ono oar strayed frdm tho A B Martin farm about February nth Finder please notify 3 P Sharp 0 tp TOR SALE A rogistorod Jack at a roasonablo price Tho animal is at ray farm fivo miles Jsouth of Wnysldo 64p Jfcno of tho best propositions is stock In tho IIappy Oiliand Oas Company Mr II W for tbj torritory Seo Jiim at Hotel Tulia Mr and Mrs 0 L Townsond and daughter Miss Eula wcro tho guests of their son and brother W T Townsend and family in Happy last Sunday Tho Herald is prepared and cqulppod to do eorrcct job printing llko you want it Dont tend your next order away but give y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 February 1919

H 2C B WHY We Believe RexaP Medicinal Preparations ARE THE BEST YOU CAN EMPLOY rTRBT Tney are not OuroaUaV There Is ono mado for each ordinary aUmont SECONDTbelr eCleocy has been demonstrated by thousands of satisfied users for the past fifteen years THIRDEvery drug and Chemical entering Into them Is of known purity and potoncy refund th full purchase price If these to but will cheerfully We not only recommend preparations you not tabsfattpry ijSyv r CRAWFORDPHAR Phone 39 want to know what Is happening there L D Rornfield wh o is loaned to the Red Crosn Magazine by Uie New York Times will tell us what we wont to know lie has the tremendous advantage of being able to spook the Russian language D o 23i JJts Sfor We do not believe it possible to find To An Chapters in any other Magarine we ean truth u ha hee a matter of much in to both Division and the tflUy say in any other three dollar magazine the first hand information Chapter n to the disposition of tho that will be found in tho e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 February 1919

1 I A t 1HE HANDWRITING ONTHB WALL In tho sajno hour camo forth the tin gen of a mans hand and wrote over against tho candlestick upon the plots ter of the wall of tho kings palace Then tho kings eountenaneo was changed and his thoughts troubled him so that tho joints of his loins woro loosed and his knees smoto ono against another Daniel v56 The dovll is n great trailer He exchanges hell for hearts nmj Bin for souls Buffering and sorrow nra always tho 5 > purchaso prlco of wrongdoing whether In thoughts words or deeds When Rolshazznr viewed tho human band writing on tho wall of his palaco he simply saw n material manifestation of what is being done spiritually every Instant It Is a proclamation by the Lord of Lords mnd King of Kings to the effect that he who sins must eor row nnd suffer and this writing does not require tho services of an export to bo deciphered It is recorded on tho tnblcts of tho mind nnd heart of everyone in such sentences ns these Bo euro your sin will find ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 February 1919

i o n o o D o o D o n o o n o Sale Jftegan Friday 21st and Continues Until the Entire Stbck is Sold j Thii I Your Chance to Save Money on Your Piirchae Our Lease Has Expired We Must Quit LAST CALL This Is Your Last Chance to buy goods at less than Wholesale cost Wemust move Every Dollar we sell will save us paying freight The most overwhelming valuegiving event of 1919 the mercantile event of a quarter of a century 3600000 stock to be slaughtered profits have been entirely forgotten This great estof sales swings itself into motion with an avalanche of bargains on Friday February 21 at9 oclock and lasts until every article in the house is sold IMPORTANT NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC The decision to close out this high grade stock of merchandise has come after due deliberation There have been a number of flattering offers made for the business as a whole but we have determined to be loyal to our customers as they have been to us and therefore we shall offer the entire stock in one gigantic pri...

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

< TOTT MtaUULB gUBsamniSKT if tm i X Bimpls Copy to Tou It U an Invitation to bi Xagulu Volume 10 LUMBER FOE HAPPY OIL WBLIT TO BE PLACED IMMEDIATELY Bpsclnl to Tha Ilcrnld Happy Toxas March 5lh 1010 J IL Stephenson unci K A Logan wero In Amarillo Monday on buslnoss StcpbonSon Bros Lumber Co of this placo havo tlio contract for furnishing tho lumber for tlio first tost well In our oil fleldB A B Miller vko president of tho Happy Oil Qas Coi any informs thorn it will tako two carloails of lumber in equipping this first tost well and also states ho wants this lum bor on tho ground just as quickly as its possiblo to got it thoro Sounds pretty good doesnt itt Happy real cstato Is vory much In demand now slnco wo aro found to bo In tho oil district Happy is indeed suggostlvo of tho spirit of our p6ople now thnt wonro on tho verge of got ting rich Y M B Ij Mondny night Cornel In somo parts of England dogs wool Is boing spun nnd manufactured into gnrmonts If you dont sco whnt you want i...

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

i Burns Pierce Distinctive Spring Apparel Everyday brings the Newest Fashions to our store Spring apparel in its latest frills and fancies are being shown and it is now time for you to see these most interesting stjles of the popular materials and pretty colorings Our values cannot be surpassed SPRING SUITS Delightful blouse coats and box coats novel and unique in unusual charm colored panel Vests and waist coats add grace to a number of these suits Womens and Misses sizes 2250 to 6500 JOHN B STETSON HATS A complete line 600 to 850 UNION MADE OVERALLS FOR MEN 195 Special Reduction on MENS WINTER UNDERWEAR IHIIiaillBBaBBBIBBBHBBRHBaiBaBBHBIHiai TO ALL HONORABLY DISCHARG ED SOLDIERS AND SAILOES Camp Travts March i A bonus of fun 00 will be paid exory person who ttitl ia the military or naval forces of the United States during the present w nr and who has resigned or been dls harged under honorable conditions sinrc April 6 1917 This bonus also applies in the < ae of reservists who h...

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

ft 4 < r TRY IT SUBSTITUTE FOR NASTKALOMEL STARTS YOUH LIVER WITHOUT MAKING VOTT BIOK AND OAK NOT SAIiTVATB Every druggist In town your drag gist nnd lovorybodys druggist h i n ttcod n groat fnlllng off In the sale of calomel Thoy all givo the same reason Dodsona Liver Tono ia taking its plaea CnlomolMs dangorous and paopU know it whllb Dodaona Liver Tone la porfoctly aafo and gives better rcsulta said a prominent local drugglat Dod sons LiverTone ia pereonally guaranteed by oVory druggist who eolla It A lnrgo boltlo coataliut a fow cents and if it alia to giveeasy rollof in every caso of liver sluggishness and conatl patlon you haVo only to ask for yout monoy back Dodsons Ltvor Tontfvla a plcaeant tasting purely vcgetnblo romody harmless to both chlldron nnd ndultB Taken spoonful nt night and wako up feeling lino no biliousness sick headache neld stomach or constipated bowels It doesnt grlpo or caiiBO Inconvenlonco all the next day liko violent cnlomcl Take a doso of calomel tod...

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

s THE TULIA HERALD E30E o u o o o j EWeLSUAlt OBRTAJT Ostmuc XiftKITr 0 BTAM Bllter vJj S KNOLEHAM r bllsher Bnbteriptlon 150 Ter Yesr Entered eeondfls s mail mttter at the postoffiee at Tulia Texas TULIA TEXAS March 7 1019 ELMEIt HEHMAN ZOELLER nappy Contributor k message was received here Mlnday evening announcing the death of Elmer the onlj on of Mr nnil Mrs C F Zoellcr of tht place The message was to the effect that ho had met his death in a motor truck collision across the briny deep It seems hi untimely death comes asa greater shock than had it occurred during the thiekc t of the fighting for then in a measure one is prepared for the worst But now since mother has nlraost been coiinting tho honrs so eagerly watching for his homecoming then for the soro reality to dawn upon her that shell vainlv listen for the foot falls that shell never hear St is indeed Artillery Division came in Hcdnesdiv pathetic Ani we who know her Sunny France He gavo his wavering mothcrlv devotion ho ten...

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

m y I t u v 1 fc 4 i > LOCAiaNI PERSONAL T U B L Uonday night Corns I RIOHARDiAvlIiAINTIEW 0 0 linker of Happywoa transacting buslnoss In Tulia Monday Arthur Osgood of tho Osgood Monu rnontwCompany of Amarlllo waa In Tulla Wednesday Mr and Mrs J L Kills aro tho proud parents of a daughter born Sunday 1 night March 2nd lira 1 John McLnughlih of Amarlllo 5s In Tulla visiting with hor cousin Mrs C Wj Mcrarljng t 1 It Btcpiionsonand family of Hap py woro In Tulla last wook on business nd visiting with W W Btophonson hnd family O J Combost of Pndueah president of tho Ilnrtford Oil Gas Company Is InTulla this nook In tho Interest of his company 1 iTCtoSTITCMKa Ton conts per yard AH work guaranteed Bond thread SINflER BEWlNQ MACHINE CO Amarlllo Texas 83p Mr Tom Andorson and daughter Mrs Prico of Oklahoma aro visiting relatives in Tulla and Swisher County Dr Androws is a soninlaw of Undo Bud Pearson PI OWING I am prepared Id plotr sod with cither disc or flat bottoms IMces roasonnblo and...

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

V m m m m u u nRKM HKBKnHnttHn en raEHBBHBBalBinHHHHHMaBaHBaBB WHY We Believe Rexall Medicinal f reparations ARE THE BEST YOU CAN EMPLOY rniST They are not Curealls1 There Is one mado for each ordinary allmont SECOND Thoir efficacy has been demonstrated by thousands of satisfied users for the past nftcon years THIRD Every drug and Chemical entering Into them is of known puritjrand potoncy Wo not only recommend thoso preparations to you bnt will cheerfully refund tho full purchase price if not satisfactory X CRAWFORD PHA Phone 39 the school as a com muntty music centbe Time was when churches existed al j most solely as places where people might go and worship Likewise schools j wcro places where young folks might go and learn As the idea of modern i ecrvicc has broadened tho work of the thurches so it has enlarged the field of activity for the school Not only do tho larger universities nnd state in j rtitntions have their extension depart i mcnU theso days but the high schools both c...

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

u i r FIMl > ft THIJ Little Thrift Stamps ami War Savings Stamps nclpecl win the war After all patriotism isnt measured in millions nor thousands of dollars Its doing for your country to your very utmost that makes a patriot of you To you that utmost > mij seem rather small as compared with the larKO amount of Government securities purchased by your neighbor whose income may trinlc your own Your Thrift Stamps and Wiw Savings Stamps did their part in the preparation for war and the victory won in just the same measure as men and cannon ai I guns The bulpt from a snipers rifle and a Thrift Stamp ar little things to consider yot the1 went quite a long way toward beating the German army And Your War Savings Are Going to Finish the Job The war is over yes And just like any other great unuer taing it look a lot of money t < put it across The noise of bathe has ceased and the glamour that hung about the heroic deeds will soon become history But the bills are still coming in War Sa...

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

x I II MJJJU1S CAIHKAL S45000 Our Company W B BTEADtESr Fostaxster Tadnenh tt L HOLLI8 County Caere raducjCh THEO COMBUST ExJCounty Treasurer PaducAh W B IB0N8 County Assoanor radticih O il COMBEST ExCounty Surveyor Paducah O D mrtCHINSON West Texas din CoO L SOKE Superintendent Tulia School J H DTJLANEY Abstractor Psducih L M bAUKXT Brownflold Toxas Thcso men are indorsed by tho banks and other business firms of their homo city as honest capable men Our Location In a proven territory with production on all sides A short distance to Southeast of tho 2500 barrel Humble wclL South of Burk ONeal about2 blocks Southwest a short distance from Wichita Southern and Lone Star wells Northwest of the Abner Davis Tho Allied wells lie to the south and southwest of ns and numerous other wells all around and near to us all producing oil How can wc fail to get one of the best producers in tho field from within Our Time Wo organized some weeks ago and have thoroughly completed that organization Our...

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