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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 May 1919

LOCAL AND PERSONAL Grady Holland of Canyon was looking aftor business In Tulla Tuesday Ramsey Honoa want to buy your poultry and cream J 0 Fryo was looking after business in Plalnviow Monday roil SALEiSct of loathor harness In good shnpo J 0 FBYB Tulla Texas 10lp Englo Tailors clean anytlilng but a guilty conscience Quick service Right prices Mrs r D Colo of Amnrillo Is In Tulla with licr parents Itov nnd Mrs GjS Wyatt nnd lior many friends Ladies During tlio noxt fow days I will Boll anything In my millinery Btock nt cost MRS RUTH OWENS j t 102o It Its a Trallor for your nutomobllo that you aro looking for call nt Coop ers Gnrago lStfc Tlio Tulla country was again visited with heavy rains Tuesday night Ro ports of at least two inches of rain roach the Herald If you want a GOOD suit of clothos extra pants and a PERFECT FIT get tho Royal Tailor Measure JAMES IRYE Agent 17Jp Mrs 0 L Coopor and littlo son C L Jr left Saturdny for Corpus Christ whero they expect to visit for a fow weeks...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 May 1919

MRS H M BAGOARLY Editor THE HAPPY IDEA JOSEPH MARTIN C S RICE Expert Hardware Man Manager ROBERTS OLVER Lumber Hardware Implements Sash nnd Doors Glass Cement and Plaster Roofing and Wallboard Shelf and Builders Hardware Barbod Wire and Fencing Paints and Oils Quality Building Material ALL BUSINESS APPRECIATED THE HAPPY GARAGE General Auto SuppliesThe Best Grades of Oils and Gas Expert Workmen insure our patrons prompt and accurate sendee Our Prices are Right EMMETT LaROE Manager f CASH GROCERY If in need of GROCERIES and NOTIONS We can supply your wants at reasonable prices iln the market for your Country Produce Always willing to serve you K F McRAE Proprietor H JAMES Groceries Gasoline and Oils If in needs ofWIND MILL SUPPLIESsee me before buying THE HAPPY HOTEL The Best of Meals Clean Beds and Cool Rooms MBS Wa COWAN Prop I L1A ff n 111 J MILLERS CAFE Short Orders Cold Drinks Candies and Cigars + + SJiHSiKJfr5 S 1 Ml t < ttH 4iM H HAPPY TELEPHONE COMPANY Wm COWAN Manager A te...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 May 1919

ft if t i l f J1 X THE HAPPY IDEA lno Mitchell C 10 0 Vincent Grounds P 1 0 AW T Townsoud IB 1 0 0 Torn Mitchell 2H 1 0 0 Guy Garrison It P 1 1 1 John Miller CP 0 0 0 llldon Ontton 111 0 0 Grnnvlllo Gatton LP CONTINUED thrilling oxporlcncos from ronl llfo our honrts nro touched ond wo nro filled with ndmlrntlon for theso gnllnnt horoos of tho cause Dut when wo sco tlicso nlmosl physical wrecks of flno young nmnliooil tlic flower of our land who hnvo been mndo tlio targot for tlio nm munition of tlio hellish Hun our licnrla nro mndo to l > Icoil nnd wo hnvo nn in dlgnntion unspcnltablc for tlint nntion of tyrannical beasts This young 1ml wa only ono of tho mnny thontniid who Buffered similar experiences to say nothing of tho soventy thousand who gnvo tholr Uvos on tho bloody field of buttle anil who todny Ho sleeping on tho shores of foreign lands Theso nro tho ones who took our places theso nro tho onos who paid tho price tlicso nro tho ones who prevented the last draft going Int...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 May 1919

I i m i trowsmrMrxTaFssfflraw W C Cowan Grain Co DEVOE TULIA TEXAS The Only Successful CellDrop Cotton and Corn Lister Ever Made Wo giro oar unreserved approval to this J I Case machlno bocauso wo know wnAt It bus done In actual field work Ilero at last Is a macMno that lists In straight uniform rows No straggling plants no bare spots no bunches The J L Case CellDrop saves half the seed and labor and you get a bigger crop because the straight rowi con bo cultivated moro thoroughly Chopping out can bo finished in half the time because you go straight down tho row A spring cutoff prevents curshlng food The polished plata keeps lint from catching Four seed quantities can bo had from one plate by covins hand lever By only 3 changes of plates which can be dono instantly you have a range of IS quantities of seed per acre Tho lister enters tho ground point first without preliminary dragging Tho bottom is controlled by lover with a coiled spring which makes raising and lowering of tho botto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 May 1919

lfl I I f H i i hmetoj bought I 1 YOUR 1 4 THRIFT STAW TOW 5AVE AND SUCCEED Volume 10 SWISHER COUNTY FARMERS TO MEET IN TULIA NEXT SATURDAY A incotlng of tho farmors of Swish or County wns held Inst Saturday In Tulla Tlio Iniportnnt question of enr ing for tills seasons whent crop wns discussed It wns decided to print dodgors ndvortlslng n nicethig In Tulln on next Bnturdny May 17tli Tlio purpose of tills mooting Is to organlzo a farmers grain company Immediately to liny or build an elovator In tlmo to liandlo tlio present growing crop or nrrnngo to buy grain and liandlo same as track buyers at botli Tulla and Kaffir snitch Not only is this an important matter to tho farmers but It Is vital to our business men If wo want tho farmers tq market their whoat In Tnlia wo must make arrangements to handle the same and bpforo somo other thrifty town makes arrangements boforo us Not only will tho marketing situation bo discussed but the labor situation will bo brought to tho attention of all...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 May 1919

Im Iu Iu H U m a ntti m ling t 1c 1T < T < t I for 1 tt e belie V for it i It u fu r w u tl ol 1 decri i e thildrtn i liught M aii t see Oh well be does not < linn li houses being in ain ju t keep people from n Ol l irk has some tl fit about all a prta h irrv the living and tl fur the dead He will liunh is all right I men and women and Just lots of tuckers that bait What a pity rilves as others see us GOIUiON BARRETT Pastor MOTHERS DAY Owing to the rain and mud wc were not able to have onr Mothers Day ser ire luM Sunday night and that service will be held next Sunday at eleven o iloik in the morning Let overvbody come to this service in honor of their mother whether that mother bo living or passed over to tho other side I would like to see all Presbyterians it this service and hope that many others than Presbv tenans will attend with us in this service to be held in b < nor of motherhood ote for hc > Prohibition Amendment Maj 24th JOHN T PRICE Pastor The War Savings C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 May 1919

It if > < n o 0o D o D o D o KRESS SwisherCo TEXAS I0E30I IOEIOE IOEIOE Q o n o D o n o IOEIOE SOEIOE SOEIOE SOEIOE SOEIOE EFFECT OF THE WORLD WAR UPON mSTORY If there ovor was any doubt ns to tho rolntlvo vnluo of history in tho hdiool curriculum cortninly such doubt has been rcmocd by tho World War Tho history which Is being mado so rapidly today cnu bo understood and in terpreted properly only in tho light of tho past Historical events do not tnko placo singly today which affect small localities or oven tlio llfo of n nation ns a soparnto nation ns has been truo of tho paBU Tho world today is living vory closo togothor in ono groat neighborhood nnd its pooplo think and act In torms of onch othors wolf arc or in terms of each othors detriment Tho degree to nhich they will think nnd act in onch othors interests will bo do tormlnod lnrgoly by tholr relations in tlio past Thus tho World War by lorclng tho nntlons closor together hns mado history moro ronl and moro important It ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 May 1919

THE TULIA HERALD ENOLEMAN OBRYAN Owners BARNETT O BRYAN Editor J S BNOlEMAN Publisher Subscription 150 Per Year Entered as secondclass mall matter al tlic pojlnfTIco al Tnlla Texas TIIU TEXAS MAY 16 1019 Wc 1 Secrrta nnmuil St > t < N rr < 1 from Ermoe Conner announcement of tho ii l oi r at the West Texas ii < olligu in Canyon on the evening of Sit unlay May 17th Refreshments will lie served and a short musi n program rendered The Secretary states that the past year of tho College has been tho most unusual year of our lives We will havo nnieh to talk about We will be doubly glad to meet onr schoolday pals and friends and pet acquainted with new ones Thero will be n meeting the same day at tho Normal College to boost the Grand HomcComing for the Alumni and Ex Students of the West Texas State Not mal College in 1020 the tenth year of onr College There arc many of our good Swisher County people who have attended this college and wc fed sure that all of them nnd many of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 May 1919

k th LOCAL AND PERSONAL l Spoeial AnfntlotfBalerSiruHny bnly Tho Roxnll Storo Rumsqy Honea want to buy your poultry nnd cream Tlio Harolds editor was transacting business In Halo Conlor Wodnosdny Eaglo Tailors clean anything but a guilty conscionco Quick service Right prices You gat One Arllclo Frco by buying two at our Saturday Special Sale Tlio Roxnll Stored I Mrs Tames A Cox left Saturday morning for Canyon whoro slio will visit her sister for a fow days Ladlcsl During tho next fow days I will pell anything In my millinery stock nt cost MRS RUTH OWKNS s tl thFRY Hoy all FRY Am > Sergeant 1020 Lonnlo Torter has accepted a position at tho Fulton Lumbor Company wliero he Is ably nsslstlng Manager W W Stephenson It its a Trnllor for your antomobllo that you aro looking for call at Coop ers Garage 18tfc The members of tho Sonior Fpworlh League aro planning for a picnic next Saturday at tho farm of 0 K Crawford Tho occasion will bo in honor of tlio soldier boys and tho teachers lito...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 May 1919

MRB IL M BAGGARLY Editor THE HAPPY HOTEL The Best of Meals Clean Beds and Cool Rooms MRS Wm COWAN Prop r t i THE HAPP JOSEPH MARTIN C S RICE Expert Hardware Man Manager ROBERTS OLVER Lumber Hardware Implements Snsh and Doors Glass Cement nnd Plaster Hoofing and Wnllboard Shelf and Builders Hardware Barbed Wiro and Fencing PAlnts nnd Oils Quality Building Material ALL BUSINESS APPRECIATED THE HAPPY GARAGE General Auto SuppliesThe Best Grades of Oils and Gas Expert Workmen insure our patrons prompt and accurate service Our Prices are Right EMMETT LaROE Manager CASH GROCERY If in need of GROCERIES and NOTIONS We can supply your wants at reasonable prices In the marketf or your Country Produce Always willing to serve you K F McRAE Proprietor H JAMES Groceries Gasoline and Oils If in needs pfWIND MILL SUPPLIESsee me before buying < < 8M > H 14H1 MILLERS CAFE Short Orders Cold Drinks Candies and Cigars AitiitiA A JL Jit A A A A A A UhL AA AAAIA A HAPPY TELEPHONE COMPANY Wm COWAN ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 May 1919

I Ji X THE HAPPY IDEA CONTINUED Our baseball funs returned from Tulla Monday ovenlng covorcd with glory ngnln being the victors In two out of tlirco gnmes It might bo well for them to quit now while their rep Is up They slnto howoer that no team in tlio Pnnhnndlo can interest thorn Mrs D C Cnlor and children of Yuma Arizona cnino In Tuesday night to spend tho summor at tho 0 N Calor home Her husband will join her later ItoV Jno P Hnrdosty pastor of tho Baptist church of this place loft Monday for tho Southern Baptist Convention which convenes at Atlanta Georgia Ho will fill hla pulpit fiero tho fourth Sunday in this month instead of tho usual third Sunday Ionnio Townsond and Dick Tucker of Tulla woro on our streets Monday Chas Wngnor of Tucumcarl f Now Mexico is prospecting hero Oils week 0 N Arnold of Oklahoma is hero this week on a tour of inspection ns to locating at this place Mrs S II Icbo and children liavo returned from a visit to Lubbock relatives Mr and Mrs It W Oreon of Ta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 May 1919

li tulia mart bohool Athletic CLUB ELECT THEIR OITIOEES Tho members of the Tulla High Schofil Athletic Club met Monday afternoon nt tho school building for tho purposo of electing holdover officers for the differ ent nthlctie tennis Tho following wero elci tcdi Ciiplnlti of Football Team Truss Corhrxn Captain of Basketball Team Wallace Hutchison Captain of Baseball Truss Cochran Manager of Track Work ltcrron lin go od During tmlnst l on out boys were prevented by sickness and otherwise from playing nnyfootball games In baseball our boys won every game they playwl with high school teams In nil they have played eight games Tho only game they lost was the one with the Canyon Normal ln t spring Throughout the whole of tho Panhnndlo they are known and recognized for their ability nnd are easily accorded the champions of tbcTanhandlo Mention was mado a few weeks ago of tho success of our boys in track work nt the Interscholastie League meet Our bo8 state that they will begin practice In t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 May 1919

X Ihwoou msm fTHRlFT STAND TOMMr SAVE AVID SUCCEED Volume 10 1842 MISSIONARY SAVED FROM BEHEADING BY QUICK WIT Dr W IL Park Caught in Hocont Ohineso Uprising Narrowly Escapes Doath at Hands of Fanatics Somotlmos tlio lives of missionaries nro not as quiet and colorless as tlio ordinary laymcu would imagine Hero is n little story that has just leaked back nbout Dr W H Fark a rrfedical missionary of the Methodist Episcopal Church South stntioncd nt Soocbow lloipital in Cliinu Dr Park was rocontlly in nn uprising which occurred in Soochow The populncn became ory much aggrieved nt missionaries in general and n little projoct was imminent to behead nil foreigners found in the city Things wero really serious nnd tho streets becamo full of BoUheviki looking Chinamen It was csscntinl for this particular missionary to answer nn omergency call which took him through one of tho nnrrow streets filled with tho threatening crowd but as be had giv en relief to many in that district whenever help w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 May 1919

T V if k < I TRY IT SUBSTITUTE FOR NASTY CALOMEL STARTS YOUK LIVEB WITHOUT MAKING YOU BIOK AND OAK NOT BALTVATE Every druggist In town yonr druj gist ami everybody druggist ha noticed n great falling off In the ill of calomel They all give the same reason Dodsons Liver Tone is taking lt plate Calomel in dangerous and people know it while Dodsons Liver Tone is perfectly safo and gives better result said a prominent local druggist Dod sons Liver Tone is personally gnaran trod by every druggist who sells it X large bottle costs but a few cents and If It falls to give easy relief In every ease of liver sluggishness and constl pation yoft have only to ask for your monjy back Dodsons Liver Tone is a pleasant tasting purely vegetable remedy harmless to both children and adults Take a spoonful nOnifht and wake up feeling fino no biliousness sick headacho acid stomach or constipated bowels It doesnt gripe or cause inconvenience all the next day like violent calomel Take a doso of calomel ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 May 1919

a Wliere the War Money Went WE CIDER AND Tin BILL lit From our entry in the war lo the end of 10 9 Undo Sams cutgo was more than 26 billion dollars But of this nearly S billion were lent to other na Kons and that was some of the bast fishtinjr fu ancs as you ill sec a little later By spending and lending 2f > Since 1895 tho Board of Regents of the University of Texas has had control oj all University lands Unsold lands owned by tho University today amount to 20020428 acres Most of this land has been leased for a short poriod o year Tho proceeds of tho salo of tho first lands owned by tho University is in tho form of bonds Permanent land bonds and actual cash represent what tho University has receded from tlio State From September 1 1015 to August 31 1017 the money from tho loascs and tho interest on land sold amounted to 1SS 40000 and from tho snmo dates of tho following year it amounted to 10053024 Tho land tho University now owns lies In tho counties of Andrews Crane Reagan Cro...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 May 1919

J 4 if 1 1I I You have doubtless noticed the growing preponderance of United Every one is asking for tires of known value and proved dependability And that is precisely what United States Tires represent in the minds of motorists here and everywhere The idea back of United States Tires to build good tires the best tires that can be built is appealing to rapidly growing numbers We can provide you with United States Tires to meet and meet exactly your individual needs United States Tin forms which are furnished them Work and labor is honorable anil to be encouraged at all times But why should these ex soldiers and designing civilians be permitted to wear the uniform in such a manner and on such occasions as above set forth Why 1 ask the question not for emphasis but for an answer Someone will probably answer maybe tho poor fellow Iiib not got the money to get other clothes the Government is giving all enlisted men 0000 and ear fare home Now it seems to me that any individual could pro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 May 1919

v t Volume 10 CONGRESS CONVENED IN SPECIAL SESSION MONDAY Washington Mny 19 Tlio COtli or reconstruction congress called into oxtrnordlnnry session by Prcsidont Wilson rom Paris convonoil nt noon today mid republican majorities in sennto nnd house orgnnlzod lioth bodies Roprcsontntlvo Gillott of Massachusetts was elected speaker of tho houso over Representative Clark of Missouri by a voto of 227 to 177 Sonator Cummins of Town tho republican candidate was chosen president protein of tho sennto ovor Senntor Pitt man of Nevada democrat 17 to 12 Bovernl democrats wcro absent but nil republicans wcro In their Bents two withholding tholr votes Tlio republicans of both bodies nlso olectod full slates of other officers and thus for tho first tlmo alnco 1011 returned to control of tho Amoricnn national legislature Koutlno affairs of organization comprised tho oponing days proceedings both bodies adjourning until noon tomorrow whon President Wilsons cabled mossago will bo read separately to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 May 1919

U tr i H B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B w wb obbbb w JL JL C21 JL JL aS JL fOL JL print you neat work when you need any thin > rinting line Give us a trial Swisher County Texas Can raise most everything whether the weather be dry hot cold or wet Locate with Us ft jtmt car 7 lunv m CinHV B B U B C n B B a B B fl flB

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 May 1919

I m H h Vfmir O n o KRK F T SKUWORTH President aocxoE aOEIOE 30EXOI PROFIT WITHOUT WORK Tho saying has como up from the dark nges that tho way to make money is to buy cheap and sell denr Beforo tho war you earned say 3 n dny But you onrn say 5 a day for thb Bamo work But yon ennt buy any more with your five dollars than you could with your three dollars other prices havo gono up in proportion to tho prico of your labor Today you pay about 83 for 20 War Savings Stamps with a par value of 100 at maturity What you aro actually paying Is about 10 12 days labor If soino years after tho war is overprices and wages decrenso somewhat you may for oxamplo bo earning 4 n dny still for tho samo work Your War Savings Stamps becomo duo and tho Governmont gives you back your 83 or tho oqulvalcnt of nearly 21 days labor at the rato of pay you ore thon receiving plus of courso your 17 in interest In term of labor tho Govornmont is giving back over four days more than It rocclved from you besides you...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 May 1919

it I THE TULIA HERALD KNOLEMAN OBRYAN Owners JJARNETT OBRYAN Editor T B ENOLEMAN Publisher Subscription S1G0 Fcr Year Entered n > second class moll matter at ttio po toQico at Tnlin Texas TULIA TEXAS MAY 21 191D Wo would especially mil to tlm attention of our rpndprs tho election which will be held next Saturday Mny 24th At this date four constitutional nmendments are to be oted upon by Toxns citirens These are Womans Suffrage Statpwtdc rroliibillon Land for the Landless anil Raising the Governors Salary Do not let anything detrr yon from voting A a nnd if you desire we will gladly furni h you n copy so vou can acquaint yourself more fullv with thc questions to be decided that day TULIA HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS AND SENIORS ENTERTAIN WELL In the galaxy of events incident to tho close of tho 101P 20 session of tho Tulia high school perhaps we could not say that any events shine ont mora eminently than others yet we can say that thc openings entertainments furnished by the Juniors and Se...

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