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

> U y h sL 4 1 D o t > l LOCAL AND PERSONAL v k V VVSlocml Prices on Spring Coats and if S Capos nt tlio Variety Store Vt > < N L Hall ono of Sltvcrtona ng KroBslvo business men was n visitor In t Tulin Wednesday Row J Gordon Innge of Plnlnvlow was In Tulln Monday lu the interest of lyccum courso for our city It 0 Cowan of Artcsln New Moxico returned Tucsilny to his homo after spending a few days In Tulla visiting with relatives and frionds and looking after business matters jFfo Itamsoy Honca whon you have poultry and croain to soil Our Soda Fountain Sorvlco Is nbso JjjLtly tlio best in Tulla Try us nnd i sec McCtino Drug Co A E Honcn and family woro pleas ant lsltors last week with friends In tho Qullnqua country Buy your Drugs from McCuno Drug tiCo and buy War Savings Stamps with tho diffcrenco in tho prlco you would pny olaowhcre Mrs O C Cowan who has been spending sovornl days visiting with relatives nnd friends in Tulla returned Tuesday to her homo in Killcon Consi...

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

r Every System Requires a THE KANSAS CITY MARKET REPORT Kansas lth Ifll tie in O lower pict clines in 1 prices vi killing other kn Citv 1 Rtock YaK March era rcei t of fnt cat Vn t < c1her wit > rnl tl rrr caused molinlo dc if steers elsewhere Here Mcidv tfl 15 cent = lener on Todays Receipts Receipt today wore ll iOO cattle 15100 hogs and 9500 sheep Compared with n week ago this was an increase of 2500 cattle and hogs nnd a decrease of 1500 lAeep Elsewhere receipts wero large especially Chicago with 70000 hogs Beef Cattle At the outFct some steers rbld at nearly steady prices but the trade got under wny slowly nnd later declines of 10 to 15 cents were qnoted in beef jrrades especially those of light weight However the total supply waa fairly well cleaned up in the early afternoon lulp fed steers from Woatnrn Nebraska sold at 1400 to 1725 Colorado tteors at S 1425 to 1005 nnd Nebraska corn Tea steers up to S1SOO Other dross d beef steers told at M400 to 1750 Killers favored we...

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

7 THE antLS BOUND TABLE If You Aro Doing to Havo a Party Tlioro nro two kinds of parties Tho partis tlmt nro lots o fuu mid tho parties that you politely on dure If you would like to havo tho lots of fun kind try tlioso gnmes Call it au Athletic Contest Divldo tho crowd into two sides giving each a name Select three judges Lot oaeli aldo enter contestants for the following events 1 A NHWSPAPKR HACK 1ivo points for first place threo for second ouo for third Olvo each one who ontirrs about fivo players from onch sido two newspapers Havo a starting lino and a liuo for the goal Each ono must run to tho goal lino stepping only on a uospnper Tho newspaper must bo advanced at each stop 2 A BAWL QAMIS Have each sido select a captain Tho captain selects what sho thinks Is to bo a ball team uiuo players When all tho play ors aro chosen nnuounco that it is to bo a baw1 game The sido wins that an bawl tho loudest Ono sido bawls then tho other Tho judges decide which sido wins Ton points nro awa...

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

B zotaoc o o 0o W wnwcxwr W C Cowan Grain Co 30EXOE TULIA TEXAS The Only Successful CellDrop Cotton and Corn Lister Ever Made Wo give our unreserved approval to tills J I Caso machine becauso wo know what It has dono In actual field work Hero at last Is n machino that lists la straight uniform rows Nq straggling plants no bare spots no bunch es sayes hal Tho J I Case CellProp Tlie lister enters tho ground point tho seed and labor and yon get a big ger crop because the straight rows can be cultivated more thoroughly Chopping out can be finished in half the llmo becauso yotf go straight down tho row A spring cutoff prevents enrshing feed The polished plate keeps lint irom catching four seed quantities can bo hal from ono plate by moving hnni lover By only 3 changes of plates which can bo done instantly yon have a range of 12 quantities of seed per acre turned to her home at Ochiltree since j our last writing C A Willis motored to Piainview last Saturday Mrs J W Dinwiddle has returned ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 April 1919

> T < n 7 i A ABB YOU A REGULAR BTJBSORIBER7 If ThtB In A Samplo Copy to You It la an Invitation to bo Rogular Volume 10 DISTINGUISHED SEIIVIOE CROSS TO SWISHER COUNTY MAN Tho following dispatch Is takon from tho Dallas Nows of WcdnoBdny April 2nd Corporal Jack Jordan Mnchlno Gun Cotnpnny Fifth United Stntcs Marino Corps A S No 118717 For extrnordl nary heroism in notion near St Ltlcnne mombors of tliclr gun crows hnd bocomo casualties Corporal Jordan and another Boldlcr advanced with their gun through heavy artillery and machine gun firo to on ndranccd position nnd put up tliclr gun In action in support of the Infantry They remained in this position after tho infnntry had rctirod and until their ammunition was exhausted Homo nd dress Mrs Lilllo Jordan mother General Delivery Tulia Texas Corporal Jordan is ono of Tullos most worthy citizens His sterling qualities of mind and heart and a splendid physlquo but bcBpoko tho heroism which ho exemplified An at tornoy of rnro ability...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 April 1919

EinailHNMrVBXJMHEtlEnaHUUBnRClMnRRIEKBBXBIBUI H R B B m u m EX ALL 1 RAW Phone 39 SETTLEMENT AMENDMENT Br Upshur Vincent Austin Texas March CO While Gov i crnor Hobby Argued for his Stato land I if areful nwd not be a danger to others That it annof he cured Thousands on thousands of people are living and working today because of having taken tlie cure who otherwise would have been belpleM or dead That medicine will cure it Fresh air good food rest and optimism are the only medicines that should be used except on a physicians prescription Patent medicines are dangerous That one with tuberculosis should Go West and Rough It Following this advice has killed thousands That no one will help or advise the tuberculous Call on your County or City Health Officer Local Antituber eujoais Society or write to the State Tuberculosis Sanatorium Carlsbad Texas and you will be given authoritative ndvise By Upshur Vincent Austin Texas April 2 Tho tenant plan in every speech he made during I farmer an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 April 1919

J h A TOR A DEBATER TBXAB Good Roads IncreaBO Land Vnluoa This is tlio sixtli of a series of twelvo good roads articles prepared by tho Toms Iudustrlnl Congress whoso motto Is Smaller Farms Better Forms Whorovor a bad road leading from a farming community to its marketing and shipping points has boon replaced by a good 0110 oor which much heavier loads may bo hauled oery day in tho year the aluo of tho farm using tho road has been increased sajs tho Texas Industrial Congress Tho Ofllco of Public Roads of tho United States Department of Agriculturo has examined property valuations in parts of ninny counties before nud after tho chango was mado from bad to good roads In fjpotsylvania County Virginia for instance tho incronso in nines was moro than eight times greater than the amount spent in building tho roads in Dlnwlddlo county Virginia tho land allies approximately doubled with farms farthest back from tho roads showing tho largest incrcaso in Wlso count Virginia olght farms locate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 April 1919

THE TULIA HERALD w > f0f07 Mr 8 0B Bri that it would only cost additional about ENOLEMAN ft OBRYAN Owner HARNETT OBRYAN Editor I fl ENCUEMAN Publisher Subscription 160 Tet Year Entered as secondclass mail matter nt Uie postofficc nl Tiilln Texas TULIA TEXAS April 4lb 1010 MEETING ENDORSES A NEW SCHOOL BOILDINO FOR TULIA Monday evening the district courtroom of tbc court bou o was packed with ciliicns and pupils The purpose of the meeting was tho discussion of a now school bnildlng for Tulia Mr J E Swepston president of the Young Mens Business League presided Tho program was opened with all j nnij Their friends were more than pleased and enforced the ladles to gfre an en core Oh a heart Miss Enid Orundy teacher of tho nnd collecting is being done by the 2000 per section per year in taxes Ho asked What ii this small amount compared to the health and futuro of your child Mr Swepston also read a short artlolo showing how little it oo t per capita to build and maintain the schools and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 April 1919

P f T < it > LOCAL AND PERSONAL Itoxnll lc Sale I buy Liberty Vendors Licit n on farm and ran interest with twi W W KIRK R Bank Building watjm i o our add Spoclal Plcckonj Spring Coats and Capes at tho Variety Store Rov Vf 0Rooof Hnppy was a business visitor In Tulla Monday Our Soda Fountain Borvlco is absolutely tho bfcstln Tulln Try us and eco McCuno Drug Co Honry Loftln an esteemed Swislier Connty farmer was purchasing supplies of our merchants Tuesday Buy your Drug from McCuno Drug Co and buvXarB avlng Stamps with thodifforprfco In tho prlco you would pay olsowhcro K C Box a hardworking farmer of tho Vigo lark country was a business visitor in Tulla last Saturday Martin Fchr a wellfixed farmer of Nazareth wns transacting business In Tulla Thursday Bert Grlgg an energetic farmer of tho western portion of tho county had business in Tulla Thursday and visited his paronts Mr and Mrs J W Origg Carl Hale ono of tho leading farm ors of tho Hale community was looking after busines...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 April 1919

fOEXOt i o D o o D o Q o n D o o Q OE30E ioeioi 9 Phone No 56 aonaoc FORSALE TwsvTandprlf Disc Harrows ono good raced to eeU s > sE E A FOE 1 Ce Tulia Tcxa OSGOOD MONUMENT COMPANY Monuments Statuary Coping aair SJyeJ Fencing AMflio Texas 00 TaylorStrcet Phono 6 BURNS PIERCE Price the Magnet That draws your tradeNbut price alone is notsufficient to hold it uhless backed up by ReahValues We attractVou with our Prices and will hold you with our Values Weare showing a complete line of Fou lardsilks in the newest aolors and designs forSpring and Sum mer 36 and 40in widths at 225 and 20 a yard able i Crepe ilk folmens shirts 2 in wide Newest atternC the yq 250 Crepe de chine and Georgette this seasons most popul ir silk A full line of dolors Priced the yard 225 to 250 Our stock li Ribbons is complete All colors and Widths Phone No 163 IOE30I IODOI noraoc IOE3030E30I n buyinsj in small quantities when you can saveinoney by buying from me in case lots Highest prices paid for poultry and ...

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

CALOMEL DYNAMITES A SLUGGISH LIVES CRASHES INTO BOUB BILE MAB 1NO YOTJ SICK AND YOU LOSE A DAYS WORK Cnlomol snllvatosl Its moritiry Calomel nets llko ilynnralto on a sluggish liver When cnlomol come lute contnet with sour lllo It crashes Into It cnuslng cramping and nausea If you feci bilious headachy const patod nnd all knocked out just go W your druggist nnd get a liottlo of Dod sons lvorTeno for n fow conts which I is n harmless vegetable substitute foi I dnngorous cnlomol Take a spoonful and I If it doesnt start your liver and Wralghtcn rou up hotter nnd quicker than nasty cnioincl and without mnklnp you sick you jusWcfbnck nnd got youi money fV If jCpu tnko calomoFtpdny youll he sick arid nauseated jtomorrow besides It may sallvato you whllo if yon take Dodsons Livor Tono you will wake up feeling great roll of ambition and roady for work or play Its harmless pleasant nnd snfo to glvo to children they llko it 18 THE PBESBYTEBIAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY Will mod with Mrs J L Cantrcol...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 April 1919

j r + fR W C Cowan Grain Co be cuUivateuNjiMo thoroughly Cli TULIA TEXAS TheTOnly Successful CellDrop Cotton and 4 NCorn Lister Ever Made We give our unr scrrcd approval to this J I Case machine becauso wo know what It ha donoNn actual field work Here at last Is a machine that lists in straight unlformVows No straggling plants no bare spots no bunch ThoWTM CascCellDrop saVcs half tho sccaSonlJJaboryvnnd you gotvi big per crop tibciinso the Straight row can ping out can boVlnlshcckin half to tlmo becauso youVgortr ight dowi tho row A spring cutbfl prevents cashing scod Tho polished piste keeps lirh from catching Tour eebd quantHiw can be had from ono plale jy moving hand lever By only 3 changes of plates which can bo done insunUv you have a range of IS quantities of seed per acre The lister enters tho ground point first without preliminary dragging Tho bottom is controlled by lover with acoilcd spring which makes raising and lowering of tho bottom easy You get proper penetration at a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 April 1919

rt ABB YOU A BEGTOLABs BUBS0BIBBB7 If This Is A Samplo Copy to You It is an Invitation to bo Begular Volume 10 RAILROAD AGENTS ARE URGED TO POP THE QUESTION Dallas Texas Rnilroad agents In krfs fJ J tlio Elovonth Fcdcrnl War Savings Dis trict aro urged to pop tlio quostlon by Frank jr Smith Fedoral District Director of War Loans Nothing matrimonially Inclined is intendod tlio question being ono of thrift How about a Thrift Stamp todayf Mr Smith has written n lotter re questing tlio railroad agents to ask this question ovory time a person comes to their window to buy a ticket lie called attention in tlio letter to the fact that several million dollars woro invested in War Savings Stamps last year through Railroad Agents Evory llmo you sell a Thrift Stamp to a trovolor ho says you havo given his transportation on the Thrift Road and ovory War Savings Stamp yon soil means that you havo rescrvod accomodations for someono on tlio In dopendonco Pullman Lots get moro folks to traveling tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 April 1919

o a pipe in your rAinxY PEEDE PUT rr I bad a two hoar wait for the afternoon train out of Emporia so after enjoying one of the fried chicken dinners for which the Palace Hotel was famous I wttlod down on the front veranda to while away the time chatting with Doc Hunt Emporias official man about town Doe was never known to do a dat a work but he always seemed to have enough spending money and he knew everybody in town and ctery lbmg about everybody He had earned his professional title from a prodigious knowledge of patent medicine He fcecmed to know etery brand on the market and no matter what kind of an ill or ache you had Doe could tell you the patent medicine that was sure to < ure it This afternoon as we sat discussing tin i > omiI il tt of a sure cure for the flu a lurge grey headed pompous looking man ami a slight red beaded de tmined looking girl paused on the opposite slit of the street to examine critically a < ar Ejit Relief Campaign poMer whuh hung in the window o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 April 1919

p ft B B THq I QXClTI ° dern Method of Advertising Opeka Breakfast Coffee 1 Pound of Coffco for lc A wonderful blonfl of Mild Coffee A Good Vnluo nt 45c per pound TOOTH PASTE A Pound for lc Mf you buy 2 iV pounds StnndnrdYrlto Two Pounds D0 This Salo Thrco Pounds 01c HOUSEHOLD REMEDIES 50c Analgesic Balm 2 for 51c 40c Baby Laxative 2 for 41 c 25c Blackberry Comp 2 for 26c 50c Blood Tablets 2 for 51c 25c Bunion Ease 2 for 26c 25c Carbolic Salve 2 for 26c 50c Catarrh Spray Imp 2 for 51c 25c Cathartic Pills 2 for 26c 5125 Celery Iron Tonic 2 for 12 > 25c Charcoal Tablets 2 for 26c 65c Cherry Bark Cough Syrup 2 for 66c 25c Cleaning Fluid 2 for 26c 25c Cold Tablets 2 for 26c 15c Corn Solvent 2 for 16c 50c Eczema Ointment 2 for 51c 325 Cod Liver Oil Emul 2 for 126 30c Foot Bath Tablets 2 for 31c 25c Foot Powder 2 for 26c 25c Grippe Pills 2 for 26c 10c Headache Powders 2 for lie 25c Headache Powders 2 for 26c 50c Kidney Pills 2 for 51c 25c KoKoKasKets 2 for 26c 25c Little Liver Pills 2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 April 1919

THE TULIA HERALD ENGLEMAN OBRYAN Owners BARNETT OBRYAN Editor 3 ENGLEMAN Publisher Subscription 150 Per Year Entered as secondclass mall matter at the poMoffico at Tulia Texas TtLlA TEXAS APRIL 11th 1919 D o MOVING RIGHT ALONG The loenl newpapera of the towns throughout West Texas nnj the Panhandle are heralds of progro s these dnvs First of all building 1 going on rcy where and ofoeourse thero Is tho oil development Tln tho prospect for a jenr of big crops is the best in years On all Mdcs arc reports of aetitties of Chambers of Commerce ucw commercial bodies arc being organized in towns that have ncier had them before and membership campaigns arc being carried on in others Everywhere there is cideneo of growth nnd progress And In tho midst of this tho field workers of tho West Texas Chamber of Commerce aro out building up that organization nnd knitting the wholo section into a cooperative body for common action This work goes forward steadily and as the workers go from county to co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 April 1919

w 4r We iirogiviJtrsK 1 LOCAL AND PERSONA dKlo Our Sodafountain Sorvico is nbsov lutoly tho Mft In Tulin Try us and boo McCunV Dxng Co A B Millor vlco prcsidont and gon crnl manager of tho Happy Oil Gns Company was a visitor In Tulln last Friday Buy your Drugs from McCuno Drug Co nntl buy War Savings Stiunnn with tho iduoronco In tlio prlco you would pny efcowhero Eugcno Christophor lias accepted a position with Coopors Qarago and Mn chino Shop I buy Liberty Bonus of all Issues VondorsyLicn notes and make loans on farmand ranches at six per cent interestwith two per cent discount W WflUHJC Itoom 2 Third National Bank Building Plalnvlow TcxnR 15 Miss Mnry Tomllnson was In Dallns this neck attending tho mooting of Head Grove ns a reprosontatlvo of Tulia Woodmen Circle > LQST S pair of glasses on street to TjtfiiNJcrmt Finder will ploaoo lcavo fiArno at Herald office J 0 Bass and tho Heralds editor loft Sunday for Dallas whore thoy attended tho meeting of tho W 0 W nc ad Camp as del...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 April 1919

SOCIO a o o D o o n o o n o o D o o a o o D o a o 30Z30E O D o 30E30E 30X30I 30E30I X0CX0E30C Come in and let us fit you 30E30E CASH FOE COLLEGE PLAN OF SOTO LAKE TEACHER 8r Lake Texas April 15 Buy War Savings Stamps now so as to bav a liege or business fund when you fill nigh school is tbe plan cnvolv c i re su < i essfnlly by Miss Georgic B fitewurt Uacber in the Seventh Grade t fe Sour Lake public sehools M ss Stewart organized tbe class wlu < b Kill graduate from the Sour Lake H gb School in 1023 into a War Savings Sotiety last year Every member of tbe class invested in 191S War Savings Stamps which will fall due in January IOC 30E30E hnnea 30E30I 30E30Z 63 aoaoc 30E30IC30I of the year tbey graduate By that time the money invested will have accumulated a nice amount of interest War Sawngs Stamps which cost all tho way from 4 12 to 4 24 apiece will each be worth 5 00 in cash The plan worked out so well last year that Miss Stewart organized the class of 1924 into a War Savin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 April 1919

i ft i TRY IT SUBSTITUTE FOR NSTY CALOMEL STARTS YOUR LIVEE WITHOU1 MAITINO YOU SICK AND CAM NOT SALIVATE Evory itniR lst In town your drop gist nml everybodys druggist has no ticod n great falling off in tho salo ot calomol Tlicy nil givo tho same reason Dodsona Livor Tono is tnking its plac Calomel is dangerous and pooplt know It wlillo Dodsons Liver Tone i perfectly s afo and gives better results said a pfominont local drnggist Dod sons 1iveV Tono is personally guarau toed by every drugglstwho soIIb it A largotottlo costs butn few conts and if itfalls to givo julsy rollof in everj case of liver sluggishness and const paton you have7 only to ask for youi money back Y fflodsonB Xivor Tono is a pleasant tasting purely yogctabio remedy harm lbss to iJoth chllUron nud adults Take L spotfnful nt nigbt nnd wako up feeling flttOi no biliousncls sick hoadacho acid stomach or coilstlpatod bowols It doesnt gripe or chuso luconvenlonco all tho next day llkofvlolont calomel Taken doso of calo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 April 1919

W C Cowan Grian Co mmompes TTJLIA TEXAS The Only Successful CellDrop Cotton and Corn Lister Ever Made Wo give our unreserved approval to this J I Case machine because wo know what it has dono in actual field work Here at last is a machine that lists In straight uniform rows No straggling plants no baro spots no bunches Tho J I Case Cell Drop saveshalf The lister enters tho ground point tho seed and labor and you get a big first without preliminary dragging gor cropibeoiusothe straight rows can Tho bottom is controlled by lever bo cultivated moro thoroughly Chop ping out can bo finisho djn half the time because yon go straight down the row A spring sotoff prevents currfjing seed The polish plate keeps list from catching Four scca1 quantities can bo had from one plate by moving hand lever By only 3 changes of plates which can bo done instantly yon havo a range of IS quantities of seed per acre withi colled spring which makes rais ing and lowering of the bottom easy Ton get proper pene...

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