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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 June 1919

V i 0 it it v V Volume 10 FOUIt BINDERS ABE BEOEIVED rnoM oiiioaoo by extoess The hustling nnd obliging members of tho firm of ScottTrncy Hardware Company nro over nllvo to Die bent interests of nil their customers During tlio busy times of tlio present they nro doing their part to keep tcp with the urgency noeds of tlicir farmer friends Recently rt ruali order was given tlicm for four binders Not wanting to wait on the delays incident to a freight shipment an order was placed for tho binders to come by express Monday morning tho four binders arrived from Chicago And tho express charges on tho four binders from Chicago was only 1I172S4 This was i most reasonable charge and demon Btrnlei tho advantages of quick express servico for our farmers Tho further fact is also demonstrated that If our frinljfrs oro in immediate need of any implement and tho rush of work dc mands haste they can be nceonimodnt cd Jim Vord arrlcd in Tulii Thursday morning Mr Iord has been one of tho bravo UnitcS ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 June 1919

PR m a A MR ir M BAOOARLY Fdltor 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 wmtWbljmmam 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 BestGrades 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 j GROCERIES and NOTIONS We can supply your wants at reasonable prices I In the market for y ur Country ProduceTv Always willing to serve you K F McRAE Proprietor H JAMES j and Groceries Gasoline Oils If in needs ofWIND MIL1 SUPPLIESsee me before buying THE HAPPY HOTEL The Best of Meals Clean Beds and Cool Rooms ME8 Win COWAN Prop < m i i i i i i i i i i i i i t MILLERS CAFE w Short Orders Cold Drinks Candies and Cigars HAPPT TELEPHONE COMPANY Win COWAN Ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 June 1919

I V T Cash Paid For Poultry Eggs Cream and Hides The Highest Market Prices Paid at all times See us before selling it will pay you C Tulia Produce Co First door west P O S A Duckett Prop THE HAPPY IDEA CONTINUED Mr anil Sirs O S Taylor nnd little daughter Virginia came In Sunday from Snydor Mr Taylor will bo employed in tlio First State Bank At present tlioy will liavo rooms In the Win Anclereon liome Horace Towusend ot Ttilu was hereon business Tuesday 0 0 Baker and Grain Mo Grtttim vvoro in Amarillo Sunday ovouiag Morrow Thomas representative whoso namo is Ball of a very largo type was booking tho hardware orders of our merchants Tuesday W C Whlto and family motorod to Canyon Sunday and spent the day with Mrs Whites brother Bob Stratton and family Wo are glad to soo so many strangers coming to our town as harvest is on aud there will bo a great demand for labor Hay loreslnan of Wichita Kansas tamo in last week to take charge of the Coart elevator at this place Mr and Mrs L F Spelt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 June 1919

THE TULIA HERALD ENOLEMAN OBRYAN Ownsrs BARNETT OBRYAN Editor J B ENOLEMAN Publisher Subscription 150 Per Tear Entered as secondclsss mall matter at the postoffice at Tolls Terns TULIA TEXAS UNfi 2T 101S TKIALS la there n soul exempt n life Into which trials do not unbidden romel How true Into each life some rain must fall some days must be dark and dreary If we but knew tliit the greatness of a life the quality nf a life depended upon the numbjr of trials through wTiich wo pas wo would Invite the e angels In disgui e rather than stand in mortal fear of whit the morrow may hold in store for u How rieh how ineomparable was the life of the perfeet One yet our hearts bleed as we follow Him through His trials when here upon earth Wns it because He loved her less of whom He said she hath done what she could that the beloved the only brother Mas tnken from that home Yea was it not beenu e of Wii grci low for that home that he permitted the death of La7aruf Mary wns overpowered with her de...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 June 1919

w Ife 4 Y LOCAL AND PERSONAL tho CASH Located w olllce Telciihoue No l a tw 85 S 13 Molno will bVnt the Tullu Studio Tuesday July l Mrs Tllllf Reed linn boon quite nick tills week at tlie homo of Mr and Mrn llnrnott OHrynn TOU SAii3orTRAHfc Thrco ri pas scnger touring cnrsjnll Jn good shape II 0 RUSH Tullu T xns 20tfc Mr nml Mrs Ulrncr Kurtli are rejoicing over the nrrlvnl of n flno iluugh tcr nt tholr home on Tim rainy morning Juno 20th J W Vaughn nml family V S Mc Cuno nml fnmlly enjojed n good dinner Sunilny nt the home of A C Julrli and family Misses Mummie Mnttlo nml rrnnoes Loo Hush of Aiunrlllo nrc in Tulln for n vlelt of sevcrnl ilnya nlth their relatives nml friends CHKAMI OKI3AM to tho Tulln 1roduc g your cream ipany nml get t of the post 2 > tfe Miss Unetn Rutherford of Dnlln nrrlvcd In Tulln tho first of tho week to spend tho summer visiting with her mint Miss Vloln Rutherford J O linker of Wichita Tails spent n portion of this week in Tullu visiting with relatives nn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 June 1919

B CALOMEL DYNAMITES A SLUGGISH LIVER CBABHES INTO SOUS BILE MAKING YOU SICK AND YOU LOSE A DAYS WOBK Calomel salivates Itsi mercury Calomel nets like dynamiteon a dog pah liver Yhen calomelcomes Into contact with soar bile iienuhei into it causing cramping and ntuaea If yon eel bilious hcdlkchy eonsti patod anil all knocked but just go to yonr druggist and get n bottlef Dod sons Liver Tone for a few cents which is a harmless vegetable substitute for dangerous calomel Take a spoonful and if it doesnt start your liver and straighten you up better and quicker than nasty calomel and without maklnt you sick you just go back and get your money If you take calomel today you 11 be sick and nauseated tomorrow beside it may salivate you while If you taks Dodsons Liver Tone on will wake up feeling great full otambition and it 2t S t ifS l t t mlt 5 St Sts a Stt t A vOENTLEMANS AOKEEMENT Kentucky has gnlncd a widespread reputation for its women horses and code of honor Among the male population...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 June 1919

IM o n o a o o D o D o n o n o n o a o M IOE solicited J LIFT OFF CORNS Apply few drops then lift tore touchy corns off With fingers Doosut hurt a bitl Drop a Uttls Frooiono on an aching corn Instantly that corn stops hurting thon you lift It right out Yes magic I A tiny bottle of Freezono coats but a fow cants at any drugstore but Is sufllclont to romove every hard cora soft corn or corn botweon tho toos and tho calluses without soronosa or Irrlta iotaot XOEXOI P T SKUWORTH President W A OATES Vlco Prosldcnt J W SKUWORTH Jr Cashier FARMERS STATE BANK of Kress I Gu nty Capital and UndividrSSvProfits 2000000 The Safest Place to Invest Your Earnings X0E30E IOCXOE o D o IOEXOE OEIOE o n o aotaoc 30E30E XOE XOI Your Banking Busines Respectfully 30EIOE aozaoc 30EXOE 30EIOE aoxaoc aoiaoc aox XOE XOE AOEXOE D o D o XOE aOEXOE eexoexoi ioexoeee aox 30E J F MOORE SONS General Merchandise anything you neeX in X aoi aoi V A BECK Staple and Fanby Groceries Cold Drinks Notions Postoffice Buildin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 June 1919

i 6 The Blue Ribbon For many generations the Blue Ribbon has been the symbol of Quality awarded only after a test proving meritorious performance Blue RibbonJ Service Shoes with the Mtmson Army Last have stood the test o merit your approval hoe Service and because they will give yoi tin comfort and durability nd patronage the utmost Blue Ribbon Service Shoes are made in Tan and Blackl leathers with light medium and heavy soles to suit working conditions I Our line of footwear for men women and children is complete and the prices are always reasonable Cantrell Shows General Merchandises PROGRAM TOE THE Y P M S Subject The Friendly Crnsade Song Devotional Girdle Hutchinson Prayer Boll Call Answer with facts as to the need of s Crusade At the task of Making Fnends Tulia Texas Margaret MeCune Piano Solo Mattie Jordan Ner America Tbelma Asbury Songs Patriotic I Benediction The Y P M S will meet Wednesday July 2 at 3 oclock p m with Miss Mae Bell Tisdalc All girls cordially invited Hm 4 1...

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

p > i Volume 10 EEQIBTRATION TEES TOR MOTOR TRUCKS At tho beginning uf 101 llicro tvero still 22 States in which motor trucks Wero registered nt tlio snniu rule iih pleasure cnrs ltcccnt vcnrs lion over mvo sliOwi quite a general tendency to incrense tlio fees required for heavy motor trucks This Increase usually is based on tliu weight of tlio truck its carrying capacity or n comlilnation of it carrying capacity anil Its horsepower Hon over there is as yet no ovldcnco of any well defined general goal toward which this movement is tending Some States are placing a definito ninxlmiiim weight which may not bo exceeded except in ery specinl cases others are uvidently relying on discouraging or limiting the us of very heavy trucks by making the registration fees so large as to practically prevent tho realization of any profit vvhllo still other States are making no serious efforts except to limit tho i i i CIV i width of tire The nnd commercial vehicl very definite In sonic States th...

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

I1 M 6 a JulyHot WeatherPicnic Time Keep Cool Under Our Electric Fans while You Enjoy a Pure Ice Cold Refreshing Drink at Our Fountain Remember the 17thTulias Picnic Day Is almost Here Make our store your headquarters to meet friends Lets all have a Sure Nuf Picnic returned soldier boys one more good timeN CRAWFORD PH Phone 39 z fZaxaJULs A GOOD TATIIEB IS HONORED I Sunday June 29th was n memorable occasion One of the most joyous was the Catherine at the home of Mr and Mrs G F Tomlinson The date was1 the 67th Hrthday of Mr Tomlinson j The pood wife and the devoted children planned and executed a delightful surprise to the beloved husband and fath cr A splendid dinner had been prepared And such a feast of good things were the chicken pies and ice cream and other delicious edibles Truly did each and every one have a big time Happiness prevailed and one and all united in wishing many happy returns of this important date for Mr Tomlinson Among tho e pre cnt were Henry Hastings and famil...

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

> TT ir m i u l fc jr D o D o XOEXOI xox I o n o i caoi x01 D o D o D o D o Soi V h Your Banking solicited D o xoexoi lonoc o D o D o aoraoi aoEio aOEXCE LIFT CORNS OR CALLUSES OFF Doesnt hurt Lift any cor callus off with fli t mmfm nor Dont auffcrl A tiny bottle of Free tone coata but a few centa at any drag XOEXOI IOEXOI store Apply n few drops on the corns I V A BECK and Fai aoEioi soexoe J i Guaranty Fund Bank Capital and Undivided Profits 2000000 ess Respectfully The Safest Place toTnvest Your Earnings XOEXOE XOEXOE We Can FixYou Up whether it be a mrge or small bill aoi LINN BOTTS 30EXO In Purchasing Your Groceries itt lwt V < inlVf 3 tiA for Harvesting and Thresher Crews Dont fail to figure with us O xoexo ioexoo Staple ancy Groceries Cold DrinksNotions Postoffice Building Phone 42 IOC xoexoi 3QEXOE aonaot aoEip J F MOORE SONS General Merchandise anyttiinWou need in Dry Goods Groceries Shoes and Farm Machinery Always the Best Goods at the Lowest Possible Prices calluses...

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

ii 1 THE TULIA HERALD ENQLEMAlvi OBUYAN Ownen HARNETT OBRYAN Editor J S ENOLEMAN Publisher Subscription 150 Ttt Tear Entered a s rnndcla s m ll matter at the postoffice at Tulia Texas TUIA TEXAS JII Y 4 101 Tin matter of looking after Swisher Countvs wheat is now the question of prime lmportnn Kvcrv mnn who ean possiblv tie s ire I is out in the fields with the bin tori and header For awhile it looki I verv serious for our farmers in thi matter of securing hands But now the matter i clearing up considerably Each one of onr bnsi ness men have done their best to help the labor ituation County Agent It 0 Ware ha l o been the man of the hour He ha spared neither time nor money ITe ha written letters and sent out printed request It is c tl mated that something oer 200 men have been supplied to our fkruiers The duties of a eouiity agent are many but Mr Ware ha met them all We ean truthfully ay that hi effort in this pood cause have been of far more value to u than hi entire wages for a ye...

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

4M to I 1 i i I s fe LOCAL AND PERSONAL WANTHD To rVrlt a throe room Iioubo In Tulln Cnirjilioiio No Tiff or boo J 1 IHIOn 272p Tom Band ouo of Happys progressive merchants was In Tulln Inst 1ridny looking nftor business mnttcrs In tliis weeks Herald Mr 1 II Swcpston has a message to the soldier boys Ilorioo rcml It carefully and net tlioroon Jlr nn < Mrs Aimer Smith of tha Nwestern portion of tlio country are the proud patents of n pretty girl liom ThVsdny June HUh t x Sen nnmscy S Honea the Sanitary Grocers sfor yotirYhnrvcst hills All bills large or smollSlookod nftcr with the greatcs of core 27tfc Mr nml Mrs Tom Shnfer and children of Ilnlnview j arrived Saturday to visit with homo folk They returned hoine Monday morning II 1 Porter Swisher Countys efficient and capnhlo sheriff returned the first of the week from a busincsstrip to various Texas points W T Townsend and family of Happy were in Tulia Sunday visiting with their parents Mr nml Mrs G L Townsend and other relatives ...

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

M18S OBACE WHITE Editor Cold Drinks Candies and Cigars THE HAPPY IDEA THE HAPPY GARAGE General Auto SuppliesThe Best Grades of Oils and Gas Expert Workmen insure HAPFT TELEPHONE COMPANY Wm COWAN Manager A telephone in your residence of place of business Trill ure 70a mast steps jMkDir THE SKIN BEAUTIFIER Protects Cldanses Improves lieauiy uvea skjn deep should 1h > proltcUd and t pro ed Tan NuMore Uie ldtal face perparatlon doer both It la a aure protection isalnst the beaming sun or blister tar wind and at the esrre time helps rebuild tlsruta It brings to the tkln that velrcty softness of voutb Applied to the face before going into the open TanNoMore Insures lull protection against the elements Vuii before going out in the evening it assures a faultless complexion Thousands of testimonials de tlare TanNoMore is superior You can hare a clear smooth attractive skin by using this guarantied beautlfier Sample for the asking At toilet counters 35c GOc nnd Jl Tints white and flesh Bmx...

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

1 X < Cash Paid For Poultry Eggs Cream and Hides The Highest Market Prices Paid at all times See us before selling it wilFpay you SWAT THE ROOSTER and get a better prigoJIoi eggs Tulia Produce Co First door west P O S A Du ckett Prop PRACTICAL POINTERS POR RAISERS OP GOOD POULTRY Keep standardbred poultry It Is more profitable Dont let roostors run with the liens niter tho brooding season is over Tlio lions will lay as well ami tho eggs will bo infertile mid will keep bettor Hatch early Hnrly hatched chicks livo better grow bolter and tho pullets make fall anil winter layen If you have had little or no expert Citco in poultry keeping stnrt in a smallwny Then increase as your ox perlcnco and success warrant Iluild substantial eomfoitnblo poultry houses but niako them as inexpensive as possible Ho suro the poultry house la dry nnd free from drafts but provide plenty of ventilation especially in summer Keep tho houso nnd yard clean lrovido roosts and dropping boards Provido a nest f...

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

t i Q o xocaoi Ji MUNSON Sh ONE PIOHIC AFTER ANOTHER oe ARMY LAST AS SOLID AS THE HILLS Special skill is required in the making of bhocs for every day wear They must bo made to stand the strain of hard service and yet fshioicd to give comfort to tho wearer The upper leather used in our lino of Blue Ribbon Service Shoes with the Munson Army Last is soft and pliable carefully tanned to retain all its toughness They arc properly lasted and as comfortable as a dress shoe Blue Ribbon Service Shoes are made in Tan and Black leathers with light medium and heavy soles to suit working conditions A full line of footwear for men women and children always ready for your inspection Cantrell Shows General Merchandise Tulia Texas from America the girls are so enter j prising in cooking special dainties that Neuneid Gernnnr By Mail tb picnickers get nearly everything Life isnt iust a picnic for the A E Fthey would back home except the b re but one picnic after another The I ants Alio up and down th...

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

i w fH f V Volume 10 WW 1I I > VOTE MONDAY JULY 11th 101D FOB BLEDSOE FOR SENATOR Tho undersigned tnko pleasure in recommending to tho voters of Swisher County tho lion W 11 BlodBoc of Lubbock Texas who la a candldato for Btalo Senator of this District to fill tho vacancy paused by tho death of Senator Bell Mr Bledsoe has lived in West Texas for a number of years and is well acquainted with Hit needs of this section of tho State For several years ho has been n member of the House of Representatives from tho Lubbock District and has mado for himself an cnviablo reputntlon IIo Is one of tho rcnl load ors In tho Btnto Legislature nnd wo heartily recommend him T V Tomllnson Frosidont Tirst National Brnk D B Crawford Druggist 1 L Cantrell Merchant D 11 Culton Attorney V C Dlnwiddic Ranchman W A Graham Attorney W B Hnle President Tulla Bank Trust Co Dennis Zimincrmnnn Attorney B 0 Portor bhcrlff Tax Collector J M Simpson Co nnd Dlst Clerk W S Tomllnson County Judge II H Tracy Hardware ...

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

1 MISS OIIACE WHITE Editor FIRST STATE BANK Of Happy Texas A Guaranty Fund Bank with Capable and Accommodating Officers Safety Deposit Boxes for rent J F WHITE President MRS C G INNES Vice President E A LOGAN Cashier C O STONE Assistant Cashier 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 THE HAPPY HOTEL The Best of Meals Clean Beds and Cool Rooms MRS Wm COWAN Prop i s X V fr J 4m T T TTVT rV mF I sr rr r r MILLERS CAFE Short Orders Cold Drinks Candies and Cigars M M + + jMM + MtH HAPPY TELEPHONE COMPANY Wm COWAN Manager A telephone in your residence of place of business will save you many steps Mr and Mrs J A Edwards aui fhildr ii Mr mil Mrs I I Monro Mrs Mi mi 11 Oano and < hildren nf f amoii wen down ami spent the < 1 Himiiiv with S C WhiliW and faunli Ti i m > tluir annual family reunion tin oifnston being the birthday of H nuii j T W...

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

7 i f FAKE ASPIRIN WAS TALCUM Therefore Insist Upon Genuine Bayer Tablets of Aspirin Millions of fradulont Aspirin Tablets woro sold by aBrookfyn manufacturer which lator provod to bo composed mainly of TalcumPowder Bayer Tab lots of Aspirin luo truo gonulno American mado and American owned Tablets aro marked wl h the safety Bayer Cross Ask for and then insist upon Bayer Tablets of Aspirin and always buy them in tlio original Bayer packago which contains proper dlroctlons and dosage Aspirin is tlio trado mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacctlcacldester of Ballcyllcncld AT THE METHODIST CHUROII Sunday Inly 13th 1019 Sunday school at 015 a in Preeching at 11 n in and S30 p m IJoth thu morning iiml evening themes is ill be ol surpassing interest Junior League nt 231 p m Mrs Marion B Tucker Superlntciidcnt Senior League at 7 p in Mrs J 1 Swcpston Superintendent W M S Mnmlny nt 3 p in Mrs E V Flyut President Prayer mcotlng Wednesday ovemn nt 830 Let overy member of tho church make It a p...

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

THE TULIA HERALD EHOLEMAN OBBTAN Owners BAHNETT OBRYAN Editor J 8 ENOLEMAN Publisher Subscription S150 Per Tear Entered as secoadcUss mill matter at the postofflce at Tulia Texan TULIA TKXAS JILY 11 IMP This Meek the Herald prints an ar tide concerning a bill by that efficient representative and public servant Congressman Marvin Jones The bill concern the live stock industry and of course is of vital Importance to our people In addition Congressman Jones states that he has decided to adopt the policy of tending out from time to time matters In which I think the peopc of the district may be interested It shall be the pleasure of the Herald to publish mica articles as the honorable gentleman sends us and to work with him for the best Interest of the people of this District Congressman Jones Is the right man in this position and we want to see him star in Congress for many years When we ask our business people why we ibonld not trade with mail order houses they find reasons aplenty Whe...

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