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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 June 1919

A t T X 1 I buy Libert Vendors Lien on farm and rnnr interest with tw W W KIRK It LOCAL AND PERSONAL N L Ball of Slhorton wns a bus ness visitor hero Tuesday Ramsey HomX want to buy your poultry and croaih Host bo certain nml not gncn You can save through V S S The Herald Is prepared to furnish you tcgnl blanks If in need of anything In tlila lino call nnd seo us It Its a TrallorVor your nutomobllo tliat you nro looklrjgNfor cnll atCoop ors aarngo I 18tfc Tiio llernlds publisher win looking nfter business ninttors In Kress Monday afternoon Mrs H M Moore and children left Inst 1rldny fpr a visit if six weeks with relatives and frit nils In Colorado City i r Wilsons Antiriu for snlo by McCuno Drug Company J V Moore tho capable Commission cr from Kress wns in Tulia Monday nttcuillng a mcoting of the Commis Vioncrs Court of Swisher County If you want a QOOD snltof clothes oxtrn pants nnd a PERFECT TIT get tho Itoynl Tailor Measure JAMES FRYE Agent X17lp If tho frog hndut slid bak he wou...

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

I k y > CLAIRE MILLER Representative NOW is the time to build that new HOME BARN AND GRANARY With the biggestcrops assured and money plentiful improveyour farm and make tife worth living v We carry a complete line of John Deere and P 0 Implements and Sheff Hardware Happys Most Interesting Store ROBERTS OLVER G 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 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 i If in needs ofWIND MIL1 SUPPLIESsee me before buying THE HAPPY HOTEL The Beet of Meals Clean Beds and Cool Rooms MBS Wb COWAN Prop h < h < 1 > I i1 MILLERS CAFE Short Orders Cold Drinks Candies and Cigars HAPPY TELEPHONE COMPANY Win COWAN Manager A telephone In y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 June 1919

r r IMST w K t U JUST WHAT BOY SCOUT WEEK IS How Can You IIolp Tlio Boy Scout Movement lin3 givon orRnnlred bohood a plnco alongside tlio Bed Cross nml otlio ront oignnliitlous as a Nitlonnl Institution In order to Ixtoml Its benefits moro rapidly to the millions ot American boys whoboenuso of Inch of volunteer lcndcrtdiip nro still without the training of tho Hoy Scout program Hon W 0 McAdoo nml eminent gentlemen hp hns nssocl ntcd with hlm clf as members of tho Citizens Nntionnl Committee working in cooperation with the Nntloiml Connell of tho Bo Scouts of Americn pursuant to a proclamation liy tho Vrcs idont of tho United States havo formn latod a program for a nationwide Hot Bcout Week beginning Sundaj luno 8th and ooutiiiuiiip through to llng Day Juno lltli This will bo tho first nitlon wulo np peal on a comprehcnnit o plan for tho mipport of the Hoy Scout movement Scouting hni licfii do eloped nnd operated for tho Inst nine jears pricticnll on a iclfsupporting basis Income fro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 June 1919

HOME BA With the i > x 5Iiie NOW is the time r v L > oa Service Shoes Stand Up Like a pair of t tto ojFhbr d mules a pair of Z7uc Ribbon Service Shoes jives Service that can be relied upon regardless of working conditions Blue Ribbon ScrLe 7 cr rematoof hoiKsC leather over tho Munson Army Last the last adopted by the Government for Marching Shoes for the Army because cf it3 combined Comfort and Durability Blue Ribbon Service Shots nro mrde x Ten cjtd Flack leathers with Ight tnedium ond hctyy sclcs Is cuit working condiic s See our complcto linoyof footwuur xor mid children men uomen Cantrell Shows Tulia Texas fei L T D CLUB Mrs Guy Tomlinson was hostess to the L T D Club at its regular meeting on May 31 A delightful afternoon una spent in laying Forty Two At the conclusion of the games a musical contest was enjoyed Later in the afternoon dcli < iou < refreshments of i eereain and take were served by the hostess assisted by Mis Louise Tomlinson Among those present were M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 June 1919

+ t < lit I l > Volume 10 HULSEYWHITLOW Tuosdny morning at G oclock nt tho homo of Mr nnd Mrs Wm Craven In Pnmpn tho mnrrlngo of K Kirk Hulscy and Miss Ludlo Whitlow was solemn ircd Rev E Cecil Scnninn performing tlio ceremony according to tho rites of tho Protestant Episcopal church Following the Bcrvlcc refreshments wero served nfter which tho happy couplo left for their homo In Tulln wlicro Mr Hulscy is in the stock business stopping for a visit in Amnrillo enronto Amarlllo Dally Nows Thursday Juno 12th 1019 The gifted bride formerly lived in Tulia and was ono of the expert teachers in our public school Young and old learned to respect her for her many excellent traits of mind and heart The groom is one of Swisher Countys substantial young farmers By Ids uprightness of character and good principles of buisness ho has won the ci ttern of all our people The Herald joins their many friends in extending congratulations and best wishes and sincerely welcoming them to Swisher Cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 June 1919

V rx CLAIRE MILLER Representative NOW is the time U Withthet v entiuean irn g fc vbuild that new ND GRANARY crops assuredand money iiiprove your farm and make We carry a complete linfe of John Deere and P O Implements andSheff Hardware Happys Most Interesting Store u si ROBERTS OLVER C S RICE Manager THE HAPPY GARAGE General Auto Supplies The 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 WNOTIONS We can supply your wantsyat reasonable prices In the market for your Country Produce Always willing to serve you K F McRAE Proprietor H JAMES Groceries Gasoline and oris If in needs bfWIND MIL1 SUPPLIESsee me before buying THE HAPPY HO TEX The Best of Meals Clean Beds and Cool Booms ME8 Wm COWAN Prop I Cold Drinks Candies and Cigars vt iti I it ii 111 ti PTTTTTTTTTT HAPPY TELEPHONE COMPANY Wm COWAN Manager A telephone In your residence of place of business will save...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 June 1919

+ f f f T < I 4 yi 480A All fenced and cross fenced lvn room house with sheds corrals well windmill water tank abundance of good water 200 acres iu cultivation 14 miles northeast of Tulia in Svvlshor County Price 25 per aero onothlrd cash balance one to five years at 7 per cent Just Opened NEW WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PRODUCE HOUSE Will Handle All Kinds of Produce CHICKENS EGGS CREAM AND BUTTER HIDES ETC The Highest Market Price at All Times Honest and Correct Weight CASH PAID Nothing to swap for your produce but the eagle dollar Produce Co S A Duckett Prop p s We have come to your city to open a real produce house what thp people have been wanting for years We will endeavor to give you satisfaction prices on all of your produce you will bring to Tulia Would be glad to meet all rural people and get acquainted We thank you S A DUCKETT THOWINO THE BRAIN INTO 111011 Aro you nny bctcr fitted todny than you wero one week or one yenr ago to step Into n bigger job If it opened lor you unexp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 June 1919

V > CLAIRE MILLER Representative of Swisher County From our bankers and merchants we learn that he was ervicw with a most nuthcn it Mill one who does know rowing wheat when he sees ay morning wc were called t National Bank nnd inter frieml Mr A W Stcrncn rr rtcrnenberg and Mr 1 0 Bins n day the first of the week in Aing Mr Bass crop southwest of n Mr Sternenberg has lived in Aushor County for years and the best wheat of the entire plalus country has NO V is tllG tilUG t t ccn raised i SwHier County In all OP of it stages has Mr Sternenberg given Jtf close attention to the growth of wheat HOME BAR pHcrald From the preparing of the soil to the r Rowleys j marketing of the grain does he know thedirw heat With m jAurthat crop the be t of earh process As to tho that we statcondition of the crop and the cla s of that there were to wheat in Swish we believed that H ftouhl show nn average of 23 jrafhels per acre yield To the latter statements several of our friends have called our attent...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 June 1919

w 5 Wj 17 j aL i I LOCAL AND PERSONAL D B Crawford was n bustncss visitor In Plainvlew Monday Subscription takon fir anything published Fljnt A 13 Honon mill 1 D Vaughn made a business trip to Sllvorton Monday Wilsons AnilFlu for sols by McCuno DrugCompany Judgo W 1 Hcndrix was looking nftor legal business in Diniiiiltt Monday Last Sntiinlay was qulto a busy day iltli our nierehants as a number of our fanner friends wcro In trailing i LOST A Parker selfflller loun tnin Pen with gold band and ornaments Howard for return to Herald olllce 2l2n Mrs Alice Coulter returned the first of tho week from Artesla New Mexico whero she visited with friends for a few days Tulla and Quitaipic played a matched game of baseball last Saturday at Qultanuo Tho scoro Was 7 to 1 In favor of Qultaquc Littlt Henry 13ugcuc the infant son of Mr and Mrs 13 0 Barks was on the sick list tho first of the Week but is much better at this writing Mrs Fred Biffle and children of Sil verton were in Tulia Sunday visiti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 June 1919

CLAUJi MILLER Representative S Phone 39 TI DGB CALOMEL MAKES YOU DEATHLY SICK STOP USING DANGEROUS DRUG BEFORE IT SALIVATES TOUI ITS HORRIBLE Youre bilious doggish constipated and believe yon need vile dangerous calomel to start your liver and cleaa roar bowels Ileres or gnaranteel Ask your drni gist for a bottle of Dodsons Liver Tone and take a spoonful tonight If It doesnt start ronr liver and straighten von right up better than calomel and without piping or making70a siek I want you to go back to the store and get yonr money Take calomel today and tomorrow you will feci weak and sick and nauseated Dont lose a daye work Take a spoonful of harmless vegetable Dod sons Liver Tone tonight and wake np feeling great Its perfectly harmless so give it to your children any time It cant salivate so let them eat anything afterward 11 RICE BARBER SHOP E L BIDEProprietor Barbers and Laundry Agents West Side of Square Phone 184 Take A Fly t to 1 rip jaure if you are fully equipped at one of our...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 June 1919

t t li D o D o o Q o aoi n o D o n o KRESS Swisher Co TEXAS OEXOE ionoi SOE30I o 0o AOI n o Q o D o Q o OI loxaoi aox IOE IOI LIFT OFF CORNS t P T SKIPWORTII Proslde1 Apply few drops then lift sore touchy corns off with Dooant hurt a bltl Drop a little Frootono on an aching corn instantly that corn stops hurting then you lift it right out Yea magic A tiny bottle of Freezone costs but a few conta at any drug store but Is sufficient to romovo every hard corn soft corn or corn between the toes and tho calluses without soreness or Irrita IOE30E aox aox IOE IOE PROSPEROUS FARMS DOT THE KRESS COUNTRY lotaoi aOEXOE 30EXOE IOI W A GATES Vice President J V SKIPWORTir Jr Cashier FARMERS STATE BANK of Kress s i Guaranty Fund Bank Capital and Undivided Profits 2000000 Your Banking Business Respectfully solicited The Safest Place to Invest Your Earnings IOE lotaoc o D o aoraoz = 30E30E 30EIOE aotaoc 30EXOE aOEXOE aoi aOEXO A shipment of DeLaval Cream Separators are clue to arrive in a short time...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 June 1919

11 l 1 K2 wgnHtrm mf si toil t = j ea LuurZ FOR THE BLUE RIBBON IN THE LINING BfucWiSon Scro e Shoe are marked so you fm n f y ° V aro ecinB tho genuine A BIc Rl5 bon s sewed to the inner facing Look for it You will always find it attached to a rhoe that will give you tho utmost in service and Comfort Blue Ribbon Service Shoes with the Munson Army Last aro the most comfortable and durable of every day work shoes This is the same last that the Brown Shoe Compmy of St Louis used in making me e than two million pairs for tho soldiers of the U S Army B7W Rblon Service Shoes are made in Tan and Black leather ivithlipht medium and heavy soles to suit Vtciuig conditions Reasonable prices on any footwear you buy here Cantrell Shows General Merchandise SI < r Tulia Texas = MISSIONARY SOOTETY NOTES The Ladles MisfjfAary Society of the Pretty terian ifliurch met Wednesday afternoon ut the homo of Mrs J Eoff one of our new and enthusias tie members A very interesting and pleasant afternoon ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 June 1919

w r t < y t M Volume 10 LARGE OEOWD HEAR REV PRIOE IIALE COUNTY TO HONOR THE PREACH FAREWELL SERMON SOLDIERS JULY i IN PLAINVIEW Tlio Presbyterian church was packed Iflst Sunday ociitnj when friends gnthorod to licnr ltcv lrico deliver his fnrewcll Fcrmoii As announced tlio Mothodist nnd Baptist pastors lind dls mlBsod their evening service iio Hint tlicir membership could attend tills service Rev lrico spoke from tlio sixth chnptcr of Ephcsians wherein Christians nro ndinoulshed to put on the whole armor of Ood Tor nbout thirty minutes ho curried his hearers avvny from the trivial things of this world nnd caused their minds to enter moro closely on Ibd nnd Ills righteousness pud Ilia goodness All appreciated his scimou and felt in Ilieir hearts in accord with the nmeus given The splendid songs were also an nil ded bonedietlon to the service Hov lrico has been pastor of the Prosbtorlan church In Tulin for the past year lie is a learned man nnd hns worked faithfully as a pastor He...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 June 1919

1W > j CLAIBE MILLER Representative H JAMES Groceries Gasoline and Oils If in needs ofWIND MIL1 SUPPLIESsee me before buying THE HAPPY HOTEL The Beat of Meals Clean Beds and Cool Booms ME8 Win COWAN Prop THE HAPPY IDEA 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 John Deere and P O Implements and Sheff Hardware Happys Most Interesting Store 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 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 i i if if i i i f MILLERS CAFE Short Orders Cold Drinks Candies and Cigars HAPPY TELEPHONE COMPANY Wo COWAN Manager A telephone ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 June 1919

KiS ym T s X Just Opened NEW WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PRODUCE HOUSE Will Handle All Kinds of Produce chickeWs EGGS CREAM AND BUTTER HIDES ETC The Highest Market Price at All Times Honest and GJoi ect Weight CASH PAID Nothing to swap for your produce but the eagledollar Tulia Produce Co First door west P O S A Duckett Prop P S We have come to your city to open a real produce house what the people have been wanting for years We will endeavor to give you satisfaction prices on all of your produce you will bring to Tulia Would be glad to meet all rural people and get acquainted We thank you S A DUCKETT EUROPE MUST ADOPT THE STANDARDS OF THE A R 0 Europe besides being decimated nnd ruined suffers from n kind of universal nor vol s breakdown which it will tnko yenrs to euro Dr Ucne Sand medical advisor of tlio Rclglnm ministry of lnbor dcelnrcd in an address to the National Headquarters staff of nf tlio Amorican Red Cross Accordingly he added the years to come wilt be troubled and dlffieult f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 June 1919

I THE TULIA HERALD ENOLEMAN OBBYAN Owners BARNETT OBBYAN Editor J 8 ENOLEMAN Publisher Subscription 1D0 Ter Tear Entered an secondclass malt matter at the posloffiee at Tulla Texas TFIIA TKXAS JFNE 20 WW JUNIOR ErWORTII LEAGUE Program for Snnlnj Jnne 22nd nt 230 oclock p m Leader Innlinc Swcpston Song Let the Lower Lights He Burning Boll Call Answer with n verse of Scripture Bible lesson Friends Helping a Sick Man to Je u Mnrlc 2312 Prayer Recitation Jennie Frances Barks Song Story Mnxinc Bruce Recitation Mabel Wilson Story Bertha Zimmerman Ieaguc Benediction A PLEASANT SOCIAL Tuesday evening the home of Mr and Mrs R J Stallings was the scene of a most pleasant social The gathering was in honor of Mi ses Ella and Zella Lemmons Splendid refreshments of delicious ice cream and calve were served and the merry young people made the hours pass most pleasantly The gue ts departed at a late hour after heartily thanking Mr and Mrs Stallings for a most pleasant evening Do you want to take a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 June 1919

M i V If V r LOCAL AND PERSONAL r W Subscription taken for anything pub Ilsticd Flynt I Mrs Oeorgo Stroup will go tn Plain > vlow next Monday whore alio will re coivo tnoilicnt treatment Mrs Jolm Nix of Shamrock arrived In Tnlln Monday to vlilt with liar unrip It J Stullings niiil fninlly Wilsons AntiFlu for Bale by McCulo Drug Company W V Qrinin is looking after business niattcrs In sovernl cities in Central Texas Miss Pauline Mudloy of Brownficld Is in Tulla visiting with her cousin Mlii Loin Mao Llndloy PnOPUCni Cash paid for nil kinds of produce TIIII TUIJA PIIODUOK CO Tolephono No 0 25tfc Mrs G Smith wns quite sick the past week but i much better at this writing 0 Huxford a prosperous farmer of the Vigo Park community was trading with Tulla merchants Saturday Mrs Itlchnrd Scott of Vigo Park spent a portion of this week In Tulin visiting with her parents Mr nud Mrs J 0 Cowan OAKLAND AGENCY I am agent for tho Oakland Six for Swisher County Will sell this excellent car on terms...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 June 1919

r HV rPure Soda Fountain Refreshments You wish only absolutely pure refreshments They are the only kind we serve We value the health of our friends and covet their esteem more than we care for the little extra profit that might be made by cutting down the quality of our fountam service We know that one visit will lead to others for we are sure that our desire to please you backed up as it is by our ability willresult in making you a good friend of our Fountain We serve Liggett line of Fruits and Syrups at our Fountain because we know their purity and quality to be highest obtainable Visit Our Saturday Special Sales CRAWFORD PHARMACY Phone 39 r n its Phone 39 CALOMEL SALIVATES cents b rncl when a few buys a large bot tie of Dodsons Liver Tone a perfect rnbstltute for calomel It Is n plessantX vegetable llqnld which will start your river just as surely as calomel but it doesnt make yon rick and can not salivate Children and grown folks can take Dodsons Liver Tone because it is perfect...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 June 1919

W > 4 w F L > IOE30E O n o n o a o n o n o a o n o O n o 1 0o D o a o Q o JOEXOE 30 OE 30E30E I Youi Banking solicited IOE30I P T SKirwOUTH President W A GATES Vleo rrosldynt J W SKIPWOHTII Jr Cashier 1 FARMERS STATE BANK j > of Kress Guaranty Fund Bank Capital and Undivided Profits 2000000 Business Respectfully The Safest Placd to Invest Your Earnings i D o IOE30E XOE30E O IOE30E aor IOC ioe 30EIOE 30E30E IOEXOE 30E30X IOE30I LIFT CORNS OR CALLUSES OFF Doesnt hurt Lift any corn or callus off with fingers Dont suffer A tiny bottle of Froo conn cants but a few cents at any drug toro Apply a fow drops on the corns calluses and hard aklu on bottom of feat then lift thorn off Whou Frcoiouu romovas corns from ilia toes or calluses from thu bottom of 30E30E 30E30I 30E30E 30E30E IOE30 ao OE n o 30E3O 30E3O CREAM SEPARATORS > A shipment of iDeL val Cream Separators are due to aVrive in a short time 1 t If you are selling cream you cannot purchase a better separator Get a separat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 June 1919

Work in Comfort by wearing Blue Ribbon Service Shoes Blue Ribbon Service Shoes are made with exceptional care comfort being one of the main points in a shoe for everyday service These shoes are the Blue Ribbons of the Shoe Trade made of especially selected leather over the Munson Army Last That last is the one selected by the American Army for its marching shoes Blue Ribbon Srrrtce Sfiot are made In Tan and Black leathers with light ro edlum and heavy kIm to suit working condition See our full line of footwear for men women and children at reaonabte priced Canfrell Shows AT THE METHODIST CHVBCH Sunday June l nd 1919 Shnday mIiooI at 945 am Preaching at 11 a m and 5 p m Subjoct at 11 A New Israel At 630 p in Can a Man Keep the Whole Law of Godt Junior League at 3 p in Mrs Marion B Tuclcr Superintendent Senior League at 7 p in Mrs Swep Eton Superintendent W M E Monday at 3 p m Mrs E W Flynt President Praycrmeeting Wednesday at 615 p m Let us all renew our devotion to tbe praycrmeeting...

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