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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 May 1919
> V I HWtOVJ t your Volume 10 yourBOUGHT SAVE AND 5UCCEED SPLENDID RAINS ASSURE OUR AEMEKS OBBAT WHEAT DROP Wo loam from Col Lon Mulhall our weather reporter and Government rnln gaugor Uiat nearly flvo inches of rain fell In Swishor County slnco last Thursday During April wo had 825 Inches of rainfall The rnln bognn falling lightly lait Thursday morning nnd by night It was coming down in torrents Triday and Saturday cdpioua showers also fell Sunday and Monday local showers nnd Tuesday night n thunderhead gavo us tho promlso of a hoavy rain Wo hnvo hoard of but slight damago from Uio effects of hall though wo havo not hoard from all portions of tho county Ilowovcr tho season for hall is not past nnd os our wheat is looking so fino many of our farmers aro taking out hall insurance As noor boforo aro tho words MEvory ono wears tho smllo of prosperity true Farmors nnd stocltmon nro moro tlian pleased Our peoplo aro certainly deserving of this coming prosperity for thoy hnvo nobly per...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 May 1919
rU tit Burn Pierce Dry Goods First National Bank Cantrell Shows General Merchandise1 v 7K4 rS MF D DD F fiBIS DOING HIS PARTARE YGU He s still Over There still sacri > ficing money and things that have no price And he s going to finish the job at any cost Face to face with that sar that woman and that child the only way you can get right with your conscience is to SUPPORT > i AIii j Jt W m A R Hays Physician Surgeon Tulia Bank Trust Co I t < The Victory Liberty Loan AND GO YOUR LIMIT f A birt of their efforts to finlih the Job thli advertisement i endorsed and paid for bf V Y > v5dr f +
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 May 1919
w A 5 PROCEEDINGS OF THE DISTRICT COURT FOR SWISHER COUNTY Monday morning tlio 28th Instant Judgo I 0 Jolnor oponod tlio second wook of tlio prosont tonn of District Court for Swisher County As Inst H Ward of Tulln AV T Towusond nnd 0 M Dnlton of Happy M K Hvnns of Union Hill D M Wood of Kress E E Whcolor of Lnkovlcw AV A Hancock of Vigo Park and H A Hodges of Price Judgo Joiner named Mr D B Crawford ns foreman of tlio grand jury Mr K K Boyco ns door bailiff and Messrs 8 C Held A Kil croaso nnd John Bmmltt as riding bailiffs were duly Bworn in Last Tuesday Judgo Jolnor appointed Messrs J L Cnutrcll G C Hutchison nnd AV A Porter ns Jury Commissioners On account of tlio influenza epidemic which was prevalent nt Nocm bor 1018 session of our District Court no session of tlio Court was held just tlio grand jury selected nnd the Court ndjourncd Tho abovo named eommis sloncrs drew lists of men ns potit jurors for tlio second nnd fourth weeks of tho present term of Court A grand jury for tl...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 May 1919
THE TULIA HERALD ENOLEMAN OBRYAN Owner BAIWETT OBRYAN Editor J S ENOLEMAN Publisher Subscription 150 Per Year Enteral as secondclass mall mutter at the postofflco at Tu ila Texas TITL1A TEXAS MAY 2nd 1010 ANSWERING GODS CALL TITS rs for trpe citizenship Contributed The dav of big religious enterprises it hero Never In our lilstory lias tho opportunity been tnoro glorious or tlio need greater for Gods people to rally to nis cause with their moral mental and financial support As Dr Gambrell said of the Baptist denomination Are we going to bo a little people in a great day At this time the Northern Baptist Convention is undertaking to raise 0000000 the Southern Baptists 2 CO0O00 And in the next five years the Northern Methodist nro undertaking to raise 85000000 and the Southern Methodists 35000000 This past week the Southern Baptists have been rounding up the million and a half dollars they were expected to raise this year for the foreign mi sion work Such tasks are worthy of the Lords...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 May 1919
2M W 3 > v 4 t Si t i LOCAL AND PERSONAL Y It B L Monday night Comol Monday morjjlng tlio Heralds publisher mado a business trip to Kress Ramsoy Honen want to buy your poultry and croam Knox Culton of Amnrlllo spont Sun flay In Tulln tlio guest of his brotlior Judgo D II Culton LOST Weed mini chain for auto mobllo In or near Tulla ritulor lonvo at Herald olllco A C JULOII 18lp Mrs M B Iorklns of Lamcsn nr rived in Tulla to visit with hor son II 0 Perkins for a fow days Lots of good stories In tlio now Mc Calls Oct your copy at tlio Variety Store Messrs T B and T C Hold hardworking farmers of the Kress community woro looking ftcr business matters in Tulln Wednesday If you want a GOOD suit of clothes extra pants and n PERFECT TIT get tho Royal Tailor Measure JAMTS rUYE Agent 17lp Miss Edith Duke one of Tnllas expert toachprs of music returned Mon da rom Canyon whero sho spent tho weekend the guest of Mrs L T Shelly Mrs Annie Sweeney expects to loavo the latter part of this wook for...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 May 1919
Require Constant Attention Let The REXALL Store Help You Talcums Soaps Nipples Powder Puffs Nursers Sheeting Bibs Pants Mother Krohs Medicinal Preparation Are reliable for the relief of simple ills THE PRESBYTERIAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY The Ladies Missionary Society met with Mrs Eagleman Wednesday afternoon The study was Negro Problem Mrs Price gave a very interesting report from the Presliyterial meeting which the attended last week at Childress One new member was added to our list Two isitors were present Mrs Bradford and Mr Price REPORTER CARD OF THANKS To the many many friends of Tulia we want each one of you to know that words cant express onr thanks for tho manv kind deeds rendered during the sickness and death of our dear father J M Etapp May the very richest blessings of Heaven rest upon each one of you is our prayer MRS ESTELLA KELL PAIVTN STAPP L J STAPP LEANA STAPP VURNIE STAPP BooBt for Tula and Swisher County RESOLUTIONS OF RESFECT To tho Guardian Officers nnd Members of T...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 May 1919
II r IV v X In November last a message was flashed from the German Front to Berlin that it was useless hopeless to fight any longer America was ready to smash the German armies It was true For every ton of mustard gas the Germans possessed America had ten tons ready for shipment Soon America would have had a tank on every seventyfive feet of front Thousands of batteries of guns would soon have been placed where we had none before stasia As part of their efforts to finish the job this advertisement is endorsed and paid for fay Dr C W McFarling By making these preparations and letting the Kaiser know what was coming we ended the war and saved the lives of thousands of American boys who would otherwise be fighting and dying in the trenches today This is what we want you to pay for by lending your money to the Victory Liberty Loan American boys lives You will not fail to respond to this kind of appeal From a sense of duty and in a spirit of gratitude you will invest in j The VICTORY LIB...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 May 1919
luscrwaTixarzzrva W Co Cowan Grain Co TULIA TEXAS The Only Successful CellDrop Cotton and Corn Lister Ever Made Wo give our unreserved approval to this J I Caso machine bccauso wo know what It has done In actual field work Hero at last is a macbino that list In straight uniform rows No straggling plants no bare spots no bunches > 7 The J I Case CellDrop saves half the seed and labor and you get a bigger crop because the straight rows can be cultivated more thoroughly Chopping out can bo finished in half the time because you go straight down the row A spring cutoff prevents curshing joed The polished plate keeps lint from caUtlcg Four seed quantities can be had from one plate by moving band 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 cntors the ground point firt without preliminary dragging The bottom is controlled by lever with a coiled spring which makes raising and lowering of the bottom easy Tou ge...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 May 1919
I i A V f Sure well finish the Job WEEKLY FINANCIAL REVIEW Prepared for tlio Tulia Herald by the St Louis Union Bank St Louis Missouri Tlio War Department is now able to adjust and settle all ot s war obliga tlons both formal nnd informal and is prepared to dopo witU tlio groatost possiblo speed Tlio Department do y tires to mako these settlements by Voluntary agreement wbcrovor possi lo nnd to avoid litigation Ncgotlat ig ofllcers agencies or boards havo been stationed in all tlio leading cities of the United States so that each contractor can adjust his own contract near his own place of business Tor tho purposo of supervising nud securing uniformity In regard to sottlcmont of isigm NATIONWIDE APPROVAL OF SOLDIERSETTLEMENT PLAN Tho forthcoming May issue of tho Reclamation Record published by tho V S Reclamation Scrvico of tho De partment of tho Interior contains an nrtielo shotting tho nationwido interest in and approval of Secretary Lanos plan to provide work and homes in soldior...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 May 1919
P yrr itf iEK < J Almighty God Who art a strong tower of de fence unto Thy servants against the face of their enemies we yield Thee praise and thanksgiving for our deliverance from those great and apparent dangers wherewith we were compassed We acknowledge it Thy goodness that we were not delivered over as prey unto them beseeching Thee still to continue such Thy mercies towards usw that all the world may know that Thou art our Savior and mighty Redeemer 01 Out of gratitude will you not invest in The Victory Liberty Loan TO YOUR UTMOST TMa ftdrtrllMcntnt ii endorted and paid for by Trunnells Garage Culton Abstract and Title Co J E Swepston Insurance Loans J J Sigler Furniture Hagoods Place Cooper Mercantile Co Eagle Tailoring Co Cleaning Pressing H W Simmons Groceries Home Bakery Hotel Tulia Highway Garage > ScottTracy Hardware Co AA M
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 May 1919
DEVOE v It is n praclico of somo poultrymen and farmers to maintnln old liens in tlio flock and to cull tho younger liens nnd pnllcta becauso of tlio difficulty in distinguishing between tlio birds after tlio pullets lmvo matured Farmers should avoid tmcli confusion by marking tlio young chicks in the neb of tlio foot with a too punch before they nro transferred to tlio brooder or tlio brood coop A system such as tho following offers practical means of identification for chickens Tbo bird without any holes punched in tho web of cither foot should bo known ns No 1 No 2 1ms a punch mark in tho right half of tho right foot No 3 bears n murk In tho left half of tho right foot No 4 shows n mark in tho right sido of tho left foot No 0 n similar mark in the left half of the loft foot No 0 bears mnrks in both idcs of tho right foot while No 7 carries similar marks in both sides of tho left foot Bird No 8 is identified by a mark in tho left sido of tho right foot and another on tho right sid...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 May 1919
1 M V < i CJThis man is giving 120 a month to his country He gave up a 150 salary and took a S30 job and hes still on the job And hes going to stick until its finished You stayed at home and still enjoy your good salary and your comforts Your sense of justice and your patriotism demand that you stick till the job is finished and INVEST IN THE Victory Liberty Loan To Your Limit As part of their efforts to finish the job this advertisement Is endorsed and paid for by KRESS BUSINESS MEN FARMERS STATE BANK LINN BOTTS Groceries J F MOORE General Merchandise ROCKWALL BROS CO Lumber Yard ADKISSON MERCANTILE CO COBB GRAIN CO V A BECK i f
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 May 1919
L A Having sbld my farm and decided to move to Colorado I will sell at Public Auction at my place six miles southwest of Tulia 1 12 miles east of McGuire school house on Tuesday May 6 th191 8ALE WILL BEGUN PROMPTLY AT 1000 OCLOCK A M The following Stock Farm Implements and Household Goods STOCK Three Brood Mares supposed to be in foal Three coming Yearling VEules Two Span of threeand fouryear old Mules i Two Milch Cows Four Coming Yearling Calves One Brood Sow will have pigs in few days One lot of Chickens all sizes FARM IMPLEMENTS One Row Binder One Disc Stirring Plow One Disc Grain Drill school of the University of Texas this year The Board of Regents of the University of Texas will hold tho regular spring meeting at Austin Tuesday April 22 It is stated that the building eommlttee of tho University will submit Its program of proposed buildings that nro urgently needed for tho institution This report will bo received and perhaps tentatively considered pending tho providing of finnn...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 May 1919
< < < Pay J ff OShnPocTorojp YOURJUJT DEBT TODAY INVEST IN THE Victory Liberty Loan Griffin Griffin Merchants McCune Drug Co Coopers Garage and Machine Shop Tucker Produce Co t As a pwt of their efforts to finish the job this advertisement is endorsed and paid for by Mrs S B Dyer Variety Store Hi Style Millinery Co Ramsey Honea Cash Grocers Tulia Grocery Co Olympic Picture Theatre Mrs Ruth Owens Milliner Lupton Grain Coal Co City Drug Store M n v k
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 May 1919
V m sjr < M THE aTORV OF THE B0L5HEVIK EVILS or SHE liquor traffic tho liquor trails itrpoverhhssi the iome n atl3 the church uripples tho Khool serrupts tho ballot and would lebaucl ihn OoveEircit It lays itt wither held rpoa tho youth of tlio land niid blow it fosl blighting breath upon the hopes and n plrnllcns of mas kind exerywbfiie It sluekles ltd vie tixns it enslaves fathers bruises the hearts of mothers and they bleed It murders little children nnd robs tho troild of Gods noblest rifts It lares tho Innocent to tho primro o pnth which lends to vice and onds in ruins death an hell It is reaching for control of farm life farm sentiment and farmers votes through deception and through fraudulent Influences which its money can corrupt bribo and buy It seeks to fasten its stranglohold upon Organized Labor that noblo men may forget tho sacred tenets of their Unions and Brotherhoods which stand for tho Brotherhood of Man tho Purity of tho Ilome tho Countrys Honor and tho Glory of...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 May 1919
LK 1 t I 1 1 In April 1917 you went into partnership with James Yeager American You wanted protection for your family your income and the privileges you deemed necessary to proper living As your part of this partnership you were to remain at home do your part in financing the fight Yeager was to put up for you see that his family had assistance and pay him 30 a month You had a good bargain On October 12 1918 near Verdun Yeager while performing his duties > < > INVEST IN i The Victory Liberty Loan As part o thejr efforts to finish the job thiaiadYertiiement is ndorsed and paid for by HAPPY BUSINESS MEN ROBERTS OLVER TOWNSEND GRAIN CO H JAMES CASH GROCERY ANDERSON BARBER SHOP 4 it J FARMERS EXCHANGE Wm F MILLER TOM BANDY ROY A ROGERS HAPPY HOTEL FIRST STATE BANK STEPHENSON BROS HAPPY GARAGE MILLERS CAFE HAPPY TELEPHONE CO > under the terms of the contract was cutoff from his company Fie stood off the foe with his automatic until severely wounded Seven hours later two stret...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 May 1919
ii 7 HMEYOl BOUGHT THRfT 5TAW TOM save and succeed Volume 10 GOVERNOR PROCLAIMS SUNDAY MAY 11 AS MOTHERS DAY Austin Mny 3 Governor Hobby today Issued Ills proclamation dcslgnnt V Ing Sunday Mny lltli ns Mothers l Dny nnd calling on all Tcxnns to rovcrontly obscrvo It In his proclamation ho says It was motlior who gnvo us tho llfo wo prlzo so highly slio approached tho grnvo that wo might live In our youth sho guided our tottering footsteps in tho paths of right and by hor prayers sho held our souls closo to Ood If sho has crossed over tho river and now rests undor tho shndo of tho trees she Is In Ills presence watching nnd anxiously awaiting our coming If by good fortune sho is still with us her tutolago precept and oxnmplo nro yet faithful to our ovory Interest It is especially fitting at this timo whon penco is again restored on earth that wo honor tho mothors who hnvo not only given their sons that tho teachings of tho Savior might provall upon tho cnrtli but have dono oven moro ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 May 1919
t If w V u m u u B Beware of Counterfeits Some are Talcum Powder Bayer Crow on genuine Tablets Bayer Tablets of Aspirin Quick Relief with Safety For Headache Neuralgia Earache Toothache Achy Gums Lumbago Rheumatism + 5I0 > i yj Colds Grippe Influenzal Cold Neuritis Lame Back JointPains Pain I Pain Adults Take one or two tablets anytime with water If necessary repeat dose three times a day after meals Since tie original introduction of Bayer Tablet of Aspirin millions upon million of these genuine tablets have been prescribed by physicians and taken by the people each year with perfect afety Buy only Bayer packages AfpWn li the trade nurlr of B r Mmsfic tiut at M uoiccUua4uur ci SihcUud4 Ask for and Insist Upon Bayer Tablets of Aspirin I American Owned Entirely 0 cent package Larger dies also IBBBBBBBBBII Are You Full of Energy IT NOT USB REXALL LIVER SALTS A pleasant effervescent drink in hot weather and relieves headache V NOTES WILL MAINTAIN THEIR VALUE FROM THE START There fol...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 May 1919
1 h < X o xoexoe lonoc o D o D o D o D o D o XOEXOE V KRESS Swisher Co TEXAS > D o SOEXOE 30EXOE SOEXOE SOEXOE 30EXOE nonoc soexoe 30EXOE SOEXOE SOEXOE OHOROII HELPS VICTORY LOAN Judgo O W Barcus Tolls Mothodlsts Centenary Program Is One That Commands Attention of Business World Tho Contonnry Movcmont appeals to all classes and tho program is ono thnt commands tho nttcntlon of tho business world nnd tho ontiro church is lining up as ono man In nil public gatherings great crowds hnvo como to hear tho messngo nnd scorn to bo ongcr to learn something of tho great program that has boon outlined by our church for tho extension of tho Christian religion Tho oxtoudod timo has given nn opportunity for ovcry local church to pctfoct its organization and hns givon tho largor churches nu opportunity to carry tho mossago to tho smaller placos Our church is loyal to tho govern mont nnd tho momborshlp fcol that it was both wiso and patriotic for tho drlvo to hnvo boon postponed Thoy aro lini...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 May 1919
11 s ll ft i I THE TULIA HERALD DEVEL0PMEirrs m panhandle ENGLEMAN OBETAN Owners BARNBTT OBEYAN Editor 3 6 ENGLEMAN Publisher Subscription 150 Tcr Tear Entered n secondclass mall matter at the postofflco nt Tulia Texas TULIA TEXAS MAT Oth 1910 THE CHESTY OAEDENEB Tho vacant lot scrntchcr Potato bug catcher Is wholly uncivil and caddish Who puts on airs painful And lofty disdainful On picking his first April radish Wo hope In his garden His arteries harden And bring him to feeble naddrab age If round ho comes bragging As evidence dragging An early precocious young cabbage If thcro is a person Weve learned to hato worsen A boll or a toothache or felon Its one who looks knowing Superior showing An immature punky muskmelon Newark Evening News Thrift is not necessarily a habit but n conviction Oct convinced now and bny W a S At n recent election held in Mooro county tho cilUons of that county voted a 30000 bond issue tho proceeds do rived therefrom to bo used In placing their public road...