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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 May 1919

It k t i vfe pfo 8 B Dyer wns a business visitor In Amarlllo Monday Special VncntioVBalo Saturday Only Tho Iiexnll Stor LOST A babvls wmte r coat white lost between srptaro aim residence of Scott IJ Dyer Mrs Jithllnlc 21lc vi Ramsey Honca want to buy your poultry nnd creaih roil SAL11 Ona McCormlck bonder nt my farm ton mllosfoiorthcast of Tulla 3 B McCOMBS V 212p You got Ono iWl0 1rco by buying two nt our SaturdXjySpocinl Salo Tho V Roxall Store S 0 Graham returned Wednesday from a business trip to Lamcsa nnd otlior south plains cities It Its n Trnllor foVyour nutomobllo that you nro looking for call at Coopers Garage 18tfc Hiss Mabel Ycarwood and brother Prank of Hnlo Center arrived In Tulla Wednesday to visit with their brother for a fow days J P Whito ono of tho progressive business men of Happy was in Tulla Tuesday morning looking aftor tho settlement of some delinquent taxes Wc are pioneers in thflail Insur nnco business In Swisher jOounty Lot us writo you TOMLINSONVfc DON ALD...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 May 1919

m Si I 4 Mlia II 1I BAOOARLY Editor THE HAPPY HOTEL The Best of Meals Clean Bed and Cool Booms MBS Wb COWAN Prop NOW is the time to build that new HOME BARN AND GRANARY With the biggestcrops assured and money plentiful improve your farm and make life worth living We carry a complete line of John Deere and P 6 Implements and Sheff Hardware i Happys Most Interesting Store THE HAPPY GARAGE > ROBERTS QtVER C S RICE Manager 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 i In the market f or your Country Produce Always willingto serve you K F McRAE Proprietor H JAMES Groceries Gasoline and Oils If in needs ofWIND MILL SUPPLIESsee me before buying > jM Hi > > Sli 1 lI i I nl > I I I < I I HlH MILLERS CAFE Short Orders Cold Drinks Candies and Cigars HAPPY TELEPHONE COMPAN...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 May 1919

w 1P m THE HAPPY IDEA INCREASED POPULATION Interest nnd Assessment Deposi CONTINUED Owing to tlio prosporous condition of our country tlio splendid locntion of our llttlo city nnd from numerous other causes our town linn boon steadily nnd rnpldly incrcntlng In population for somo tlmo with nn Incoming lido from hor wco parcels of tho suflragctto persuasion Littlo Miss lern Mnxlnc lingered in safely in tho homo of Mr nnd Mrs Eugono llonderson and ns the firstborn in tho homo sho wns lovingly received as n thrico wolcomo guest Llttl Miss Fern Maxlnc lingered in tho homo of Mrs Moso M Wesley where she will greatly assist in driving nway tho clouds of sorrow nnd who will provo a llttlo sunbeam companion for mothor nnd will help fill tho vacancy in that homo so recently bcroft of fnthcr Llttlo MHs Lavlna Belle after serious meditation decided to take up her nbodo in tjio home of Mr nnd Mrs C L Goad Sho reasoned thus Now seven Is a Scriptural number thnt denotes completeness a finished jo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 May 1919

E O n aoc Total No 6298 Report ot Condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Tulia in the Slate o Texas at tli close of business on May 12th 1P10 REBOURCE3 3 ft Loans nnd discounts Including rediscounts oxcopt those shown in b and c 3637S059 Total loans 30378069 Deduct d Notes and bills redlscounted othor than bank acceptances sold see Item 67a 9743200 20034709 6 U a Bonds other thnn Liberty Bonds but including V 8 Certificates of Indebtedness a U 8 bonds deposited to secure circulation par value 6000000 6000000 6 liberty Loan Bonds pI J a Liberty Loan Bonds 3 4 nnd 4U per cent unpledged 4000000 4000000 P Btock of Tcdcral Iicscrvo Bank 50 per cent of subscription 10 a Valuo of banking house owned and unincumbered 1200000 b Equity in banking house 11 Furniture nnd fixtures 15 Heal estate owned other thnn banking house II Lawful rcserxo with Federal Resorvo Bank 16 Cash in vault and net amounts due from national banks 18 Checks on other banks in the same city or town as reporting batik o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 May 1919

> fe Volume 10 ble Big vehicles are necessary to entry heavy loads of pnssongcrs or freight and tho big pneumatics make it os sililo for trucks and largo buses to travel botwocn towns at a speed and with a No 207 BANKS Official Statement of the Financial Condition of the TULIA BANK TRUST COMPANY at Tulia State of Texas nt the close of business on tho 12th day of May 1910 published In tho Tulln Herald n nowspnper printed and published at Tulln Stnte of Texas on the 21rd day of Hay 1MB RESOURCES Loans and Discounts personal or collateral 25940352 Loans real estnto 5431C3 Overdrafts Bonds and Stocks GOOOO Real estate banking homo 1480000 Other Real Estato 1 00000 Furniture and Fixtures X 407400 Duo from Approved Uescrvo Agents net 7072123 Duo ffrom other Banks and Backers subject to check net 1701425 Cash Items 1402 Currency > 1240000 Specie 160303 Intorcst and Assessment Depositors Guaranty Fund 438340 Other Resources X TOTAL 40220013 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In > C0000...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 May 1919

I ji H LEMONS WHITEN AND BEAUTIFY THE SKIN Make this beauty lotion cheaply for your face neck arms and bands At the cost of a small jar of ordinary eoM cream one can prepare a foil quarter pint of the most wonderful lemon skin softener and complexion beautlOer by squeezing the juice of twp freab lemons Into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard white Care uould be taken to strain the juice through a fine cloth so so lemon pulp getsun then this lotion will keep fresh for Jbonths Every woman knows that lciroa juice is used to bleach and remove such flem ishes as freckles sallovrness andtan and is the ideal skin softener whltener and beautifier Just try itl Oct three ounces of orchard white at any drug store and two lemons from the grocer and make up a quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant lemon lotion and massage it daily into the face seek arms and bands It is marvelous to smoothen rough red hands 61 United we stand divided we fall was used in a poem by Geoige P Morris written ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 May 1919

ft 1 vm Makes Such LightTasty Biscuits lust let mother call Biscuits for Breakfast 1 Were sure theres a treat that cant be beat in store for us light tender biscuits toasty brown and all puffed up with goodness 1 For motheris sure of her baking powder jSiilumct She never disappoints us because J MADS BY THE 1 NEW DISEASE ATTACKS CATTLE Tho following is from the Silver City K M Kntorprlso Oscar liainville a ranchman n few miles southwest of Hurloy has hail nn unusual experionco with n now dieenso which has attacked his ranch cattlo ami which is tho first of tho kind In this district Investigation hns so far established that tho disease whatever it is is not Infectious but moro probably duo to some local conditions Karly this week Mr liainville found one of his rango cons with its tongue protruding from its mouth several inches nml so badly swollen that tho animal was neither able to eat or drink Looking over tho rest of the bunch ho found that ten of them were In a sim liar condition...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 May 1919

J sm TDXIA TEXAS SAVE AND HAVE I Bare and have Remember tho story of the ant and grasshopper The ant worked and sav od Tho end of each day found him with a little more added to what he had tho day before The grasshopper danced and sang and fiddled his time away Winter came the ant had plenty The grasshopper had nothing he had not caved Ho west to the ant and asked ior help Baid the ant While I worked you fooled your time away You can dance now for all I eaic Are you an antperson or a grass hopperperson Some time aro you going to have to ask for help and will some one tell you to dance or will you be independent I If yon save now youll have later on Save and have Put up something each day Let the end of every week find more Thrift Stamps on your card At tho end of every month be able to show Buy Tires of Known Quality The steady usefulness of your car depends on good tires Economy depends on good tires United States Tires are good tires Thats why we handle them Take no chances with u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 May 1919

H r 5 > Y hi Volume 10 THE TULIA H Bay an Automobile Veiave Auto Suppiies M EQUIP YOUR CAR WITH ALL THE SUPPLIES YOU NEED AND YOU WONT HAVE TROUBLES ON THE ROAD j4 i 00MB IN AND SBE 0UR SPLENDID LINE OF AUTO SUPPLIES AND THE LOW PRICES WE ASK FOR THEM YOULL SEE WEVE GOT THINGS RIGHT RIGHT PRICE 200 ware ican vita + They keep the body fit is one of the nec essary prerequisites for the celebrated American Vitality To do this properly Nature must be aided by just the correct remedies and compounds It is our business to know le wfierefore of good medicine and the proper compounding of your doctors prescriptions Right is our motto Make our store youiQieadquarters and ibe served by some of our delicious Fountain Drinks Toilet Articles and Jewelry TULIA SWISHER COUNTY TEXAS MAY 30 1919 RESULTS Or THE ELECTION I Against Ci IINSPIHINO AND HELPFUL FOR STATE AMENDMENTS Messrs W W Stephenson anil J L SERMONS BY REV OULWELL Stalllngs woro tlio judges for Ttilla anil Last Saturday liny 81th wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 May 1919

I V u a u a u M R n R knapsack spray pump In a letter j wriittn to Mr P A Swallow Special rield Agent United States Bureau of Entomology co operating Extension Scr v e A and M College of Texas ho eayaIt It should be of interest to many ho own cactus burners and others who rr jv buy secondhand burners cheaply to know that such can easily and cheaply be converted into knapsack sprayers Perhaps a new sprayer of the same ca padty would cost 12000 or 500 By using a pear burner rJl that ono nerds to buy is a noule and some eight in lies of flexible hose Remove the coil nnd s rcw on the nozzle Use the long si tion cf pear burner stem first taking out liuJf the swivel joint leaving hall ti ilvel iimt protruding from the ticdlo valve This gives a brass flange t wire a fl xiWc hose over Tho ex tninii pipe is then screwed into tho I use Ten minutes work nnd the expen B B B B n m B B B B M a v B B B B B B B r B B B B m U B flB flr B B U m fl IDBRIBBI TELL YOUR NEIGHBOR You can Club Together and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 May 1919

j 0o n o a o D o n o D o O n o D o n o D o D o M XOI IOE XOEIOE XOEIOE UGH CALOMEL MAKES YOU DEATHLY SICK STOP USING DANGEROUS DRUO BEFORE IT SALIVATES YOUI ITS HORRIBLE I V Youre bilious sluggish constip t < J and bollove you neod vile dangerom calomol to start your liver and cleiB your bowels Heres my guarantee Ask your druggist for a bottle of Dodsons Liver Tone and tnko a spoonful tonight If it dooent start your livor and straighten you right up hotter than calomel aid without griping or making you slek I want you to go back to the store aad got your money Take calomel today and tomorrow you will feol weak and sick and nan seatod Dont lose a days work Take a spoonful of harmless vegotable Dod sons Llvor Tone tonight and wake op fooling great Its perfectly harmless so glvo it to your children any time It cant salivate so let them eat anything afterward 11 We want your Subscription Business Flynt A The Safest Place to Invest Your Earnings Q o X0E30C sotaoE o Q o aoraoc SOEIOE s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 May 1919

l > THE TULIA HERALD EHOLEMAN OBRYAN Owner HARNETT OBRYAN Editor JT Sv ENGLEMAN Publisher Subscription S1S0 Per Year Entered as secondclass mall matter at tlie postofficc at Tulia Texas o Q o a o TULIA TEXAS MAY 30 1010 Tho members of Tulc Camp W 0 W have made arrangements to have their annual unveiling and memorial scrvico on Sunday Juno Slh It Is contemplated to hao a suitable speaker from a distance Tho invitation ia also extended to all Woodmen overywhero to be present It is also urged that every officer and member of this camp male hU preparations to attend and take his respective part in the exercises Speak a good word for Swishr County From present indlcat s thcro will bo a ory large nltcndonco M tho Victory Reunion to be held at tho Unl vrsiU of Texas on Juno 67 Preparations arc being made for making tho reunion one of tho most do lightful gatherings of former students in the history of tho University Addresses will bo delivered by returned soldiers Tho celebrated varsity...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 May 1919

< t MP iy iVr LOCAL AND PERSONAL CELERY PLANT lOn SALE nt n rcnsonnblo price Fliono four rings on lino 00 N 22ln RnmBoy Honoa want lo buy your poultry and cronm rOIJ SALE Ono Mccormick hoador nt my farm ton miles notthoast of Tulln J B McCOMBS 212p Mr nnd Mrs Iloraco Rogers of tlio Vigo Pnrk country nro tho proud par onts of n bouncing boh born Friday May 23rd It Its n Trailerfor your nutomobllo thatyou nro looking for call at Coopers Garago x 18lfc Mr nnd Mrs J 0 Wlilto of tlio Drag T rnncli west of Tulln nro tlio happy parents of n lno girl born Fridav May 23rd Wo aro pioneer In tlio Hall Insur nnco business In Swlshor County Lot nsjwrlto you TOMLINSON DON v AIjDSON Miss Knto Carter one of tlio popular clerks In tlio dry goods department at Cantrell Shows was a visitor In Am nrlllo Wednesday nnd Thursday Douglas Hums tlio genial mannger forBurns liorces dry goods emporium In Tulln returned Wednesday from n hunting nnd outing trip to Southwest Texas If you want a GOOI1 suit of c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 May 1919

I I i i F < Mi J MRa IL M BAGGARLY Editor NOW is the time to build that new HOME BARN AND GRANARY With the biggest crops assured and money plentiful improve your farm and make life worth living We carry a complete line of Jphn Deere and P O Implements and Sheff Hard ware I THE HAPPY HOTEL The Best of Meals Clean Beds and Cool Rooms MBS Wm COWAN Prop jjlj J v irk Happys Most InterestingStore ROBERTS OLVER C S RICE Manager 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 i NOTIONS We can supply your wants at reasonable prices In 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 + yM55 > + M + MHM > + + + M MILLERS CAFE Short Orders Cold Drinks Candies and Cigars HAPPY TELEPHOirE COMPANY Wm C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 May 1919

H > y THE HAPPY IDEA CONTINUED lJ Jones boh of Mr nml Mrs 0 W Jones landed safely liomo Sunday morning from Camp Bowie wlioro lio lini just received honornblo discharge lid was of tho 77th Division Now Yorkers Ho landed in Now York from overseas oa April 25th The night tho arinlstlco was slgnod ho slept right behind tho artillery Wo venturo to say tho next morn mint have beon a happy awaken in Indeed for him Ho was six months ovor there J A Inrnuny and daughters Misses Fairy and Horel were shopping in Canyon Saturday They were caught in tho rain of tho nftcrnoon being forced to leavo tholr car in Canyon and return homo on tho train Owing to tho hoavy rain of Saturday uight and Sunday wo woro unablo to hac preaching services here Itov Hardesty went to Canyon Sunday afternoon and filled tho pulpit of Itcv 1ron abargcr Sunday night at that place Happy White Sox and Vigo Park boys were to havo a ball gamo near Vigo last Friday Quito a crowd motored from horo to witness tho gii Owing ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 May 1919

Soft and Pliable For Working Comfort Your feet are in constant use no matter what kind of work you perform Give them a fair chance to be comfortable by wearing Blue Ribbon Service Shoes with the Munson Army Last They stand up under all conditions of service Tho leather used is specially prepared for thevpurpose and fashioned into footwear by shoemakers who made good on Army Marching Shoes Blue Ribbon Service Shoes are mndo in Tan and BInck leathers with light medium and heavy soles to suit working conditions Wc carry a full lino of shoes for men women and children at reasonable prices Gantrell Shows General Merchandise Tulia Texas o farmers Be prepared toinsure your Wheat crop by taking insurance with some of the companies I represent Ifve lose we pay J W SKIPWORTH Jr At Farmers State Bank Kress Texas ALMOST TWO HUNDRED DAHY j vision hero Fiftyono of these Sod cties were in Dallas forty in Tyler Dallas Texas May 20 Almost 200eleven in Temple nine in Orange nino Savings Societies wer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 June 1919

> f t Volume lO NEW WHOLESALE PRODUCE HOUSE WILL BE IN TULIA S A Duckott of Snyder spent last Friday nnd Saturday In Tulln Mr Duckott has boon a wholesalo dealer in country produco for the past six years Ho has been nctlvcly engaged in business in Snyder for tlio past flvo years Hearing of Tulia and Swisher County he decided to visit tliis place In his interviews with our buslnoss man ho was accordod most hearty welcome So favorably was ho impressed that ho decided to locate a wholesale houso in Tulln For tho presont lio will bo located in tho building just west of tho postoflice nnd proposes to open up Monday morning Juno Otb ready for business Mr Duckott is well known to several of our business men and all say that ho will bo a decided addition to nur list of progrcssivo business men for he thoroughly knows his business llo will coopcrnto with our grocery inns nnd will at all times pay tho highest market prices Tho Herald gladly welcomes Mr Duckott to Tulln Treat your pockotboo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 June 1919

Ha a B H B a B B fl B B B B B B B B a B u B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B aa aa kl TELL YOUR NEIGHBOR You can Club Together and for the Price of Two Get Three of any of the following items At OUR SATURDAY SPECIAL SALES Books Auto Goggles Fresh Box Chocolates Envelopes writing Tablets Pound Paper Box Paper Toilet Articles of all Kinds A Big Variety of Medicines CigaV s Chewing Gum Coffee Tea Cocoa and Chocolate Bar Nrf ItjA REXALL Plan Fill Your Vacation Kit on Saturday RY OUR TEA COFFEE COCgSA AndsCHOCOLATE BAR CRAWFORD PHARMACY Phone 39 joxaO Phone 39 BBBBBBBBBBBBEBEBBBBBBHaBHaBBSI CALOMEL SALIVATES AND MAKES YOU SICK ACTS LIKE DYNAMITE ON SLUGGISH LIVEE AND YOU LOSE A DAYS WORK Theres lio re should take sickc mel when a few e > tie of Dodsons why a person salivating ealo ya a large bot Tone a perfect substitute for calomel It is a pleaimt vegetable liquid which will start jjour liver just as sure ly as calomel but it doesnt make you sick and can notsalivat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 June 1919

T r y < t V r n o D o n o D o D o D o 30EXOE 30EXOE LIFT CORNS OR CALLUSES OFF Doesnt hurt Lift nny corn or callus off with fingers Dont BUflfort A tiny bottle of Tree rono costs but n fow conU at any drug Btoro Apply a fow drops on tho corns calluses and hard skin on bottom of foot then lift thorn off When Troozono romoves corns from tho toes or calluses from tlio bottom of XOEXOE 30EXOE 30EXOE IOEXOI V T SICIPWORTII President W A GATES Vlco Prosidcnt J W SKIIWORTH Jr Caslilor FARMERS STATE BANK of Kress Guaranty Fund Bank Capital and Undivided Profits 2000000 Your Banking Business Respectfully solicited The Safest Place toTnvest Your Earnings 7 5T 7 n o xoexoe XOEXOE o n o 30EXOE 30EXOE CREAM SEPARATORS A shipment of DeLaval Cream Separators are due to arrive in a short time If you are selling cream you cannot purchase a better separator Get a separatoi and make the work with your cream a pleasures I0E30E XOEXOE 30EXOE 30EXOE LINN BOTTS 30E30E 30EXOE V A BECK aoEioi aoaoi S Sta...

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

o n o D o o Q o J0E30C THE TULIA HERALD ENGLEMAN OBRYAN Owners BARNETT 0BRYAN Editor J B ENOLEMAN rubUsuer Subscription S1E0 Per Year Entered m second doss mull matter t the postofflco st Tulia Terns TlLIA TEXAS JUNE 6 1010 Slondnv morning n colli sntp visited Tuba ami in fact Swisher County for that matter Wondering what tho eauso triu wc noticed in Tuesday mornings Amanllo News that foar Inches of snow had fallen in Dallnrt If the o place of tho north plains dont know that winter is over and if they dont vcAiuv us their severe cold wcatk ctwcll we will just take it In spite fi this cold snip the sun has come out bright and warm and the sweet lion cysucklcs and roses on ye editors desk 30E30C ATTORNEY GENERAL RULES OK PUBLIC WEIGHERS LAW Austin Toxn May SS Tho Attorney Generals Department today renden cd an oplijion that after Tunc IS 1010 when the law known as the publio weighers low becomes offcctle it will bo unlawful for any per tfu to engage in tho business of public weighing ...

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