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

1 I < u K t AM YOU A BEQULAB BUBS0RIBEE7 If This In A Bamplo Copy to You It la an Imitation to bo Bogular vVolumc 10 noNon pupils or the KBESS PUBLIC BOIIOOL Special to llio Herald Kross Texas March 12 Tho following named pupils of tho Kress public school liavo mailo a hlgo ovcrago In daily mediation nnil 100 In attendnnco nnd deportment for the month ondlng March 7th Qrado Ton Vclma Linn Orado Two Angus Wood Orado Ono Verna Sklpworth I TO DRILL AT PALO DURO Tho llumblo Oil Oas Co of Fort Worth laBt Saturday bought nn oil Icaso of 320 acres offsotting tho Talo Duro Oil Co near tho Canyon and Intend putting don ii n test well at once nccording to tho PaloDuro peoplos statement Tho FnloBuro people nro busy hauling tho rig lumber to tho slto for their Brut well Randall County News Thoso fortunate enough to havo ill vldondpnying Block can mako their dividends worth moic nnd holp tho cott Tracy WEST TEJAS CHAMBER OP You car make a Setter Garden COMMERCE IS ENDORSED Mr Ooorgo W Brlggs ...

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

B H B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B a a a SPECIAL SPRING PRICES First we want to thank the people of Swisher and adjoining counties for the cordial welcome and generous patronage you have Jiven us since we opened our store We want you all to know we appreciate your trade arid will do all in our power to merit a continuance of your support A Square Deal to Every One and Satisfaction Guaranteed is our motto Below we quote you some prices which we believe you will find interesting EXTRA SPECIALS Mens Union made Overalls express Stripes and Bines Extra good fl95 the pair Mens TJnionalls ent full rite worth 350 The pair 295 Boys TJnionalls extra pood value 215 eaeh Mens extra special Philadelphia Overalls with bib sires up to Six 34 The pair 100 Mens work shirts the best on the market cut full sire double sewed throughout Eaeh 1100 Extra Special Mens Sox Black and Tan 15c the pair J Mens Tie new styles each 50c X Mens Union Salts Special 175 each 9 4 Sheeting 50e the yard ifl inc...

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

AMERICAN BED OEOSS Southwestern Division Instructions for Torso Biros of Childrens Swoators SMALL JJEDIUM LABOE r BtitchoT Oast on 02 00 08 Indies Knit 2 purl 2 for 3 3 3 Knit plain knitting across ana knit RTdgos ting back 30 42 48 Knitting across and knitting back makes one rldgo Btftchcs Add at oach end of neodlo for sloovo 28 34 40 nidges And knit 10 20 24 Btitchos Then knit 44 54 04 Btitchcs Bind off for nock 20 20 80 Btitchos Knit back and forth on Inst 44 54 04 for four ridges This loaves throad ot Innor odgo Break thread and tlo on at neck opening for Stitches other shouldor Knit bnck and forth on t 44 54 04 for four ridges StTtchos Then > add 20 20 20 Stitches And tnko up on other sldo 44 54 04 Bidgci And knit back and forth for 10 20 24 T Stitches Then bind off 23 34 40 Stitches Knit fi2 GO 08 Stitches Bind off 23 31 40 nidge Knit bnck and forth for 30 42 48 Inches Knit 2 purl 2 for 3 3 S r i r t i i Tor Cuff Uso No 1 needles Tio on Stitches thread nt bottom of sleovo a...

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

THE TULIA HERALD ENIUHiX k OXBTAX BAKNITT OlKTAlT B41 tor J A NOLSMAK Publisher Subtertption 1J50 Per Tear mon problems find difficulty in exchanging information about Ihctr experience In meeting these problems Also they have difficulty in reaching a common conclusion which shall be repre enta tlve of the public opinion of the whole territory The We t Texas Chamber of Commerce proposes to be the means through which We t Texans shall make them selvse heard in the council of the state and nation and in finance indu try trade and transportation There is no dispo ition so far as we know on the part of anyone not to deal fairly with West Texas but it is not ea y to find out jn t what is fair to We t Texas when her people are o scattered and have no centralized agency to repre sent them to gather and pre ent their opinion Itueh of the work ofthe West Texas Chamber of Commerce win be done throngh committees representative of the various activities which make up ed at the disposal of all wh...

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

V > j Jyr rtr1f ir > < LOCAL AND PERSONAL Xanuoyn4r Honsa want to buy your poultry nnd erenra automobile j > ainting > richArds plainview Walter Tucker rdturnod Wrfdnosday from a business trip to Oklahoma City HeeRnrnsoy ftiHonen when you havo poultry and croam to sell BherllT It 0 Porter spont a portion of this week nttondlng district court in Onuyon a a wltuooa e Miss Halloy Hutchison visited with frionds In Plainvlow tho first of tlio week i Hdlson Itaerontlon of tho human voico at MeCfinoa ovory day Tou aro always welcome County Agont II 0 Ware and Judgo W STomllnson woro visitors In Kress Wednesday RtW Crowdor loft tho first of tho wcok for a business trip to eastern points Douglaa Burns manager of Burns 4 Plercns tipto dnte mercantile sloro In Tnlla was a business visitor In Amn rlllo Wednesday A W Stcrncnhcrg the wideawake lornl manager for Rockwell Bros Co lumber ynrd attended district court In Canyon this week ITOWING I nm prepared to plow tod wlthcithor disc...

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

g WEEKLY FINANCIAL BBVTBW Prepared for The Tulla Herald by the St Louis Union Bank St Louts Missouri The unprecedented record of United States exports for January just placed at a value of 623000000 by the Department of Commerce is ercn more significant with respect to volume The tWtinp of the ban on overseas shipments hi taken several forms There has been tic exemption from export license requirements and the passing of the submarine factor The latter has obviated the high insurance costs that had to be figured on in prices while the extra overhead charges arising from sea mens bonuses for traveling through the submarine zone have also been lifted Even greater export records in com ng months are expected The word from abroad that France has begun ne + aioiaox IOEZOC IBBRRKaHHEEBRI gotiations with this country for purchases that may begin with an outlay of 250000000 is indicative of pressing necessity for many American manufac IOE30E 30E30IC30E ayiBKBomaii Jonteel Creams and Powders...

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

r w THIS MS HOW TO FIGUilE INCOME TAX Squarely Up lo flvory Individual to Get Busy by March 15 or Suffer Penalty i > Dont unit until llio nnnl due dnc Mnrch 15 for piiylni your Income Tnx nil ranking your return Avoid the lnnUnlnuto rush Any perbon cut figure tjtlthlslinljlijty toifuy na well n s lie con next week unci If there Is any point on which he needs advice he enn now get In touch with n Itcvenuo nmn This word of advice Is from Alcxim dcr 8 Wnlkor Collector of Interim Itovonuo Austin who Is collecting the Income Tux > n Texas Collector Walker Is giving without ihnrgc every nld of his offlco nnd his enlarged field force to help the people get their payments and their returns In by Mnrch 16thBut But the Income Tnx men will not pull your doorhell or your coattails according to the Collectors announcement It Is squnrely up to every Individual to figure out his own cue mid to get busy If he comes within the scope of the new Hcvefiuo law k Old You Earn This Much J Every unma...

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

V HAPPY ITEMS Personal and Comments Watt Burch of Talis shipped a carload of mules from this place Friday O O Baker made a business trip to J anypn Friday Mrs j 1 Trunncll of Tulia who came up Saturday afternoon to attend the mutlealc and visit her friend Mrs Jim Maxwell returned home Monday morning Mr and Mrs J A Getaway motored to Canyon Thursday for a visit with iriends and the transaction of business Chas Bauer made a business trip to Canyon Monday VI T I it s an 1 family returned Moodas ir rn i nit with friends in their i i > t n of Clarendon Bill lieu lux ana Leslie Pitts of Axnarilh m < lowo Monday for a fow day t with John llendnx and family of Arney Tom Bauijy is in Canyon this week on buunei Claudo Hardy one of the depot force went to Slatou Friday where he took tho examination in telegraphy He returned Sunday Chester Rice spent Sunday in Amarillo P J Ntff made a business trip to Canyon Friday Boyd Bates and 0 W Shelton returned from Wichita Falls Thursday C It Stron...

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

fc > m ABB YOU A MQTJLA UBpiBEBUt TUaU i A simple tiopy to Ton it la an Invtutton to be Bcgolar Volume 10 WILL BE PREPARED TO BECQBD SOLDIER BOYS DISOIIABpEB County Clork J It Blmpson was an eatcomod visitor In tho Herald otUco Tuesday morning Ho gavo us n substantial ordor for job printing MrSimpBon is ono of thobost county clorks on tlio Plains or Toxos for that matter Ho is fully allvo to ovory duty encumbent upon him and correctly porfonna each obligation Tbo Loglsla turo has rocently passed a bill to have thoBoldlor boys discharges rocorded Mr Blmpson stated that ho hnd order od by telegraph a rocord for thai purpose Ho oxpects to bavo that record horo at an early date and bo prepared by April 1st at tho latest to record thoso discharges This is a highly important matter to our frionds both as to securing tho bonus from tho United States Government and for voting in tho Texas elections this year Before Uio war England Imported over 80 per cent of the glass used in the countr...

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

t 4 ° THRSFIiS POWER PSaYE AMPjSUCCEED 1 LiMrMMUMW W JTMfci < > l l WIP i HyttiWWfWllWMIIIjm WW WW III II Will W1HMI1IIIMTV1IIU1HI IMilCH ROAD ARE SOU T8AYELUNG e ji SSi S > iES aag > f < VgE There are two roads In life One leads to a quagmire of nothingness The other leads to success Both are lined with sign posts to show the wary traveller In which direction he is moving But many peoplo bo along their ejes on the skies on the ground or unseeing in dreamland never noticing thnt tbey arc advancing on the wrong highway Do you know which road you are travelling Here are the sign posts The end of one will find you omptvhanded The end of the other will find you with funds for a sunny opportunity with War Savings Stamps and Liberty Bonds working for you nt 0ier 4 Interest Spendthrift Road This is on me One more of the same Lend me live jSfcrtcp this Horebey Wheio do we go from Lore Lets have another round You can go home anytime < Your moneys ifo rood I cant be bothere...

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

k AMEEIOAN BED OBOBS Southwestern Division Instructions for Three Sizes of Childrens Sweaters and forth J Knit bnckmnU forth on lasti > for fourrldges > This loaves thread ntiunor odgoBronk thread and Oo oilnt ucck opening for other dhoulder Knlt back andi forth on for fourjldgcs Then add 1 And tako up on other sid o Knit back fori Knit 2 purl 2 for Bind on loosely Tor Cuff Uso No 1 needles Tie on thread at bottom of sleeve and tako up For CulT Purl 2 knit Bind oft loosoly for upon which the principles of America havo been founded and that emblem Finish with Kltchonor too ns in A R O directions for sockB SMALL MEDIUM Oasf on i iJ C2 Knit 2 purl 2 for j 3 And Unit v t0 Then knit Illnd ofJC tor neck lr n 14 20 14 And krilt backami fortlffori i l Mff Then bind off Knit < Bind off 1 23 52 30 30 1 12 12 Studies 00 Indies 3 Stitches Stitches 20 Stitches 54 Stitches CI StiTlieaT 20 StiMius 51 Ridges 20 jftltdbesr 34 Stitches C0 Stifchcs 31 TRidgcs Inches 1 Stitches 44 Inches I 12 ...

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

THE TULIA HERALD BNOLEMAN ft OBEYAN Owners BAHNETT OBRYAN Editor 3 S ENOLEMAN Publisher Subscription 1150 Per Tear Entered m secondclass mull matter at the posloffiee at Tolls Texas TULIA TEXAS March 21st 1019 The llcrald this week prints the offl cUl statements of the financial condition of the hanks In Swisher County These arc The First National Hank ana the Tulia Bank Trust Company of Tulla the First Stat Bank of Happy and the Farmers State Bank of Kress Each one of these statements show ft healthy business Swisher County people have many ihlngs for which to be proud and foremost among them are the officials and directors of our banks They aro gentlemen who are alive to our needs and resources Vith a full knowledge of homo conditions and strong connections in tho asternmoney markets they are doing their part to bring us through tho stren uous times following the close of the war VTe arc sure that when our mam moth wheat crop has been harvested that all of the local money will be ...

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

fe a ft j fa LOCAlTAND PERSONAL IB Mrs B O Porter vlsidViends in Amarlllo thli week Spoclal tfrlcos jnyi5prlng fcoats ami Capos at tho Varlptyv8toro < jt 1 U 1 L Douglas Burns was attonding to bus iness mattors In Plalnvlow Monday Boo Bamsoy ft HorTeVwhon you have paltry and cream to sollN F T Bklpworth president of tho Termors Stato Bank of Kross wns In Tulia Monday on business Our Soda Idiiutaln Berylea Is absolutely 1 tio bost jfn Tulla Try na and ee McCune Drug Co J E Swepston one of our wide aicake insurancoland abstract inon transacted business in Happy thls week Bov Oordon Barrett was In Plain view Thursday to attend a mooting of tho trnsieet of Wayla ud Baptist Col logo Buy your pnigt from MeOune Drug Co and buy WarjB vlngs Stamps with the difference 1 In fthe price you would pay elsewhere Mr and Mrs John Eoffmoved Thursday to the Hutchison houso in West Tulla rocently vacatod by Mr and Mrs Conway Porter Consldor tho lllllcs of Jhe fleldjand then buy W B S Tho lllllcs wit...

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

H 1 NEW WONDERFUL DELIGHTFUL KLENZO Dental Creme Protects r the teeth in the natural way by removing the substances that foster germs acid mouth and decay It leav os the mouth cool and clean real testimony of its cleansing effect So pleasant to use that children like it The twice a day Klenzo Creme habit is mouth health insurance > > Klenzo Denial Creme 25c > fcR A WFO RD PHAfiMACT Phone 39 2jtrtQ2afw > Phone 39 aTaBBBRHHHHHWiciiBatH i HNBHHai KsB Jce x a3 B snEHHHSHCTnitsinHnnQnncHii NOTICE TO AUTOMOBILE OWNERS front and one for the Tear of each nqtO mobile This license fee Is due Tannftry flret of each year and runs tho cjitlro calendar year AU automobile owners will plcn e take notice and those who havepaid IPlO their lieons for will place their 1D10 Seal on the front of their automobile and their number plates upon the front and rear of their automobiles so that this officq Jnay male n chorV uponall parties not having this coal and number plates on heir auto or motor...

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

k 1 i I JOHN W DAKEIl STATE TREASURER ADVISES INVESTING MONEYjN WSS Two big reasons why every person Bhould Invent In War Saving Stamps are Riven by Jehu W Halter State Tieasurer ot Texas who was County War Sittings Chnlrma lu tlio lilS campaign Iloro Is wliu bo sajs Thrift Is Uio foundation upon which success Is built Tho e who nave yiecced The pooplo who take advantaE this year of tho opportunity offered them In tho Government Savings campaign to acquire the habit < saving sanely and spending wl e1v through tho purcmO of War Swings Stamps will bo building for ru turo prosperity and powei Thrift Is power Intelligent saving Ionics tr future wlfo spending and Is thorrfoie postponed enjoyment with Interest United SUt03 Oovernn cnt W Savings Stamps arc tho best ail safest securities that money will bu Theso Treasury Oonds pay lour cent Inteiest compoui ded every thu > months Thcj Increaso constantly lu value and thai constant Increase 1 maranteed by the Government There are two b...

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

XOEXOE O o n o 1 uiitmiM iJWWMHWSWt W C Cowoo rain Co 301 = 301 = TULIA TESA8 The Only Successful CellDrop Cottoned Corn Lister Ever Made Wo give our unreserved approval to this J L Case machine becauso wo know what it has done In actual field work Hero at last is a machine that lists in straight uniform rows No straggling plants no bare spots no bunches Tho J I Case CellDrop saves half tho seed and labor and you get a bigger crop because tho straight rows can be cultivated more thoroughly Chopping out can be finished in half tho tirao because you go straight down tho row A spring cutoff prevents curshing reed The polished plate keeps lint from catching Four seed quantities can be had from one plate by moving hand lever By only 3 changes of plates which can bo done instantly you have a range of IS quantities of seed per acre The lister enters tho ground point first without preliminary dragging The bottom is controlled by lever with a coiled spring which make raising and lowering of ...

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

i IPK t 4 S ARH YOU A REGULAR SUBBOBD3ER7 If This Is A Samplo Copy to You It in an Invitation to too Ilogular Volume 10 SITE SELECTED FOR FIRST TEST > iP WELL FOR OIL AT IIAI > FY rr Special to tlin Herald Happy Texas Mnreh SGth 1011 A H Sillier Vleo President and Goncr al Manager of the Happy Oil and Gni Company Heed Curtis and wife and Mrs Tim Curtis of Ainorlllo motored to Happy Thursday nnd In company with J H Steplicnsoii 13 A Logan and Chester Rico of this place went out to our prospective oil fields for Hie purpose of locating tlio exact spot upon which tlio first teit well will bo drilled The place sdoctcd Is the southwest j fr qtartor of section 31 lllock MO e Mr Stephenson stotcH that Mr Miller was very impatient about tlio lumber not being hero However the noxf day Mr Stephenson received tho invoice and bill of lading for one enr containing 10000 foot of lumber and stating tho second car would Immediately follow This Is now dally expoctcd on tlio track here Upon tho...

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

SOEXOC o D o u o Q o n o n o D o D o D o aocaoc OE30E s 1500 Dresses for 30E30E 3OE30E j 30E30E aoxaoc iilMilllg IO 1000 Tulia Texas = iOEaoi OESOIOE MARCH 28TH We will make Wholesale Reductions throughout our entire stock of Millinery Ladies and Childrens Wearing Apparel and Piece Goods We quote below only a few of the many bargains LADIES OAPES COATS SUITS AND DRESSES Tho Very Latest Models t250 VIspes for i f 20S5 Ii50 Capes for 1950 2350 Cape s for i 1750 2150 CoaU for A 2175 2500 Coats for L 1975 250 Coats for 1 1750 M750 Coats for A 13S5 t3500 Suits for 29S5 43250 Sails for 12975 Suits for f2G50 Suits for 2450 Suits for 2750 25S5 2250 2000 12250 and 2350 Suits fdr 1750 1950 Suits for 43250 Dresses for 2750 Drew Crosses for I 19SI S2250 Dresses for 1750 MILLINERY 500 to 800 Hats for 390 li50 to 725 Hats for 500 S50 to 950 Hats for 07 ALU CHILDRENS IIAT3 REDUCED LADIES SKIRTS AT GREAT REDUCTIONS All the New Models in Silks nnd Woolens LADIES WAISTS All Georgettes anil Crepo do C...

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

w v h < CALOMEL SALIVATES AND MAKES YOU SICK ACTS LHEB DYNAMITE OK SLUGaiSH LIVER AND YOU LOBE A DAYS WOHK Thoros no ronBon why n porson should tako sickening salivating calo mol whon n few contB buys n large bol tlo o Dodsons Liver Tono a porfecl substitute for cnlomol It is a pleasant vcgotablo liquid which will start your llvor just as sure S tloif cased portlens After M1 have taken nails Catarrh Medlclnafor a sliort time you will see n treat imprnvcrren eiir Rcncrnl health Stnrt taklnp HiUI Cutorrli Mell clne at once iintf cet t n of ratnrrli iia for testlmonlnls free P J CHHNKY El Cr Tole < lo Ohio Sold by nil UniETl Boforo tho war England importod ovor SO per cent of tho glass used In fr lvi To loan on farms and Vouches t by tho Shallow Wator Land Loan Co 8 per cent Interest payablo on or boforo No commission orrod taps about our loans i D HeWieiinger Manager Offlco Ware Hotel Plalnviow THE SKIN BEAUT1FIER Protects Cleanses Improves Beauty oven skin deep sliould bo prote...

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

THE TULIA HERALD ENOIEMAN tt O BRYAN Owners BARNETT OBRYAN Editor 3 K ENC1LEMAN Publisher Subscription U > 0 Per Year Entered as secondclass mall mnttcr nl the postoffico at Tnlln Texas TFI1A TEXAS March 25th 1010 JEWISH SOCIETY TO OrEN DRIVE FOR TEXAS APPORTIONMENT The first campaign over instituted by any Jewish society In Texas will bo opened on April 7th when the American Jewish Retiof Commlttco will open its drive for tho States apportionment of tho 85000000 to be raised in tho United States for war sufferers in Asia Minor The campaign is heartily indorsed by President Wilson and other prominent national characters who are cognisant of its need and purpose Tho fund will not bo used for Jews alone but for nil sufferers within tho war zones It is nonsectarian though being waged by the American Jewish Relief Committee Jews have always been solicited for contributions to campaigns of every kind for relief pnrpo es throughout the country and this fund to be raised will be the fir...

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