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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 5 September 1919

A TULIA AND KRESS WtLL HAVE LYOEUM and OHAU TAUQUA NUMBERS NEXT WEEK OET TICKETS Volume 10 ENTERTAIN AT COUNTRY HOME OF MR AND MRS LEE WHITE Tho Ildelcs Class of llio Ilrtt Dap tint Sunday School entertained tho Korean Class with a delightful picnic Monday evening 81x weeks ngo tlio Tidolcs Class challenged tlio IJorcan Clns3 for n contest to last flvo wooks tlio class liming tlio least number In nttondanco to en + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 tertain the winners Tho girls being the losers Issued the Invitation Monday at six oclockj tlio daises asaomblcd at llio Baptist Church and wont to tho homo of Mr nnd Mrs hoe While Hero n delightful picnic lunch wns spread After tho lunch games wcro onjoyed on the lawn Upon departing both wlnnors and losors declared they had a lovely timo REPORTER < Daughter Says P rsonajity depends largely on your person An unattractive face is a handicap oftentimes too great to overcome tyet it is a handicap that one can often prevent Half of a womans ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 5 September 1919

IOC otn on ft fj aor n Honor IOBCIE Adams McCrerey Auctioneers v Wayside Texas Live Stock and General Farm Sales son 30BOC DYER Saddle and Earniss Man Everything in the Saddle and Harness Line Guns Ammunition Cutlery Rope Etc IBBHQIBHBBBBBBBHmMBHMBBHBI lady for School SRS FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES Zr youngster needs for the new school Tensive stock Erasers Fountain Pens Tablets Etc Etc personally just send the kiddies down with a fe given as careful rind courteous attention as if S To make it interesting for the children we are jrsome attractive freepHzes Tell the kiddies to ask AWFORD PHARMACY Lone 39 aaSte Jto Phone 39 5 BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaHB VKJO PAEK NEWS NEWSt Grandma Itobison mother of Mrs Kmrnn Cavit is visiting with relatives Iff this country Sho lives in Mobile Alabama Elder Pirtle began a protracted meet ing at Vigo Park the fifth Sunday Angutt 31st The meeting Trill continue through the week The picnic at Vigo Park last Saturday wtn quite a succe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 5 September 1919

1 k fc H HI 4 H Hi > 5 rV S3 iA V I < fcw To TDalaa Trust Savini H Bank Co 326 Dallas Texas Kt > ft V 1 V s i f a y Uvalde Bank is Selling Large Amount of Registered Treasury Savings Certificates v laws 1 oa 40 271 8W8fettM 2 rL 2 Residents of Uvalde Texas arc demonstrating their financial wisdom by investing heavily in the attractive new Registered Treasury Savings Certificates The above check represents sales made in a singls day through the First State Bank of Uvalde of which George E Brashcar is Cashier This check for 33520 bought forty 1000 Registered Treasury Savings Certificates or in other words 40000 worth The purchasers made 6480 by investing in August when the cost of each 1000 Certificate was 838 They showed good business foresight The price is only 840 for September You can buy the new 1000 Registered Treasury Savings Certificates from banks and trust companies and the 100 Certificates from first and second class postoffices as well as banks and trust companies...

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

THE oLiA HERALD EHOLEMAH OEBVAN Owner BARNETT OBRYAN Editor 3 8 ENOLEMAN Publisher Subscription 160 Per Year Kntered as secondclass mull matter lit the postoflico at Tulia Texas TltU TEXAS SEPT 101 WI II IIK TKAS IRKSS Pun Oookc n cut nhson r of JnhuJ < Rrnkdalc Ucponcr who mi T i i ling from q ntioircj tion tii i uhtc r Miss Anncss Cooko asaocint u or run thaipapcrfT She perfornx 1 the work of cjUftrffiPa most rcdiloblo way Miss CookOj wlll enter tho I nivomit of JTcxMthft fall She s spcnMly iiiorcslcalln mrnaJism a The Texas Republican Counselor is th nuiuo of a now novsj nper which lias just maOo its nppoaranco at Fort Worth under Uio oditorship of T A Arnold It fa the organ of the licpub llcan party f Texas B F Hnrpci formerly conneeted with ewspapers in Pallas has returned to at c lty from Washington D C and a gone Into publicity worl there M K ONoil editor of the Journal of Frisi o and Miss Altn Rjynolds daugh tcr of Mr and Mm W A RcjnoMs of MeKinncywcro married a few days ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 5 September 1919

J h B B BH TULIA AND HBESB WILL 1IAVE LYOEUM nnd CHAU TAUQUA NUMBERS NEXT WEEK GET TICKETS Volume 10 a B B B B a x + sk + m i h A vt i 4r + + + + + TULIA SWISHER COUNTY TEXAS SEPT 5 1919 > < Tt discriminating women to our store is the STYLE and BEAUTY of our stock of Corsets The well dressed woman knows that a perfectly fitting corset is the foundation to a correct appearance GOSSARD CORSETS X We recommend and guarantee these original FRONT LACING CORSETS as the complete expression of modern corsetry GOSSARD CORSETS sell for 275 up to as high as you want to pay Brassieres fif tv cents up J J J J J I I t 2 it PICTORIAL REVIEW PATTERNS IT PAYS TO PAY CASH W5 W J JLV SATISFACTION GUARANTEED For Men We have just received a new line of Silk Shirts Priced at 750 and 960 New Neck Wear from seventy cents to 200 Good Work Shirts for one dollar Good Overalls for two dollars SWISHER COUNTY FAIR IN TULIA SEPT 20 and 27 MAKE YOUR PLANS TO BE HERE THOSE DAYS 1 r e Invite for an inspection o...

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

JIISSrAlRY OAZAWAY Editor Hall Wrcnn Clyde Waite nnd Hor race Bstos were Amarlllo callers Thursday Mrs E A Logon and children loft 1riday for Slaton to stay few days vith Jicr people Mr Logan wont after hi folks Sunday In tkoir now Franklin automobile Mr and Mrs 1 It Pranoy and children wore business < allris in Canyon Thursday C L Goad and family and C II Cox and fnmily attended tin show in Canyon Thursday night Yanus Poster was a business caller in Aiaarillo Wodnotday Claire and Wlnficld Miller were in Canyon Thursday night for tho big minstrel choir John Asher was n b sinefs filler In Amnrillo Thursday and Friday Amarillo Thursday liArrv ITEMS lie Mcsscr was in Canyon and m F Miller and fimily were tW4flfMpm TT t3T Miss Nora of Strntforu wore visiting with friends in and ironnil Happy Saturday and Sunday Mr mid Mrs Bob Calcr Mr nud Mrs 11 C Calor and children wero in Amarillo Monday night Mr 1 A Gnxawa and son were in Canyon Monday George flnlwln is visiting 1 M Evans in llapp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 5 September 1919

> a KRESS Swisher Co TEXAS otor IM Ivtsr att IOEXOE O n o XOEXOE D o FoEXOE I0E30I 30E30E XOEXOI IOEXOE LIFT OFF CORNS Apply few drops then lift fore touchy corns off with fingers Doesnt hurt a bitl Drop a little Froozono ou an aching corn instantly that com stops hurting thon you lift It right out Yob mngicl A tiny bottlo of Froe7ono costs but a few crfuts nt any flrug store but Is XOEXOE IOIZIOI XOE30E 30EI0E 30EX0E PROSPEROUS FARMS DOX THE KRESS COUNTRY ionoi f T SKIPWORTH President W A CATES Vlco President J W SKIPWORTH Jr Cashier FARMERS STATE BANK X vof Kress Guaranty Eujid Bank I Capital and Undivided ProfitsJjgOOOOOO Your Banking Business Respectfully solicited J The Safest Place to Invest Your Earnings 0 o 5 30EX0E 30EXOX I J F MOORE SONS Do General Merchandise anything you need in 30X Army Shoes for Farm Wear Wo carry a selection of work shoes mado on tbo famous Munson Array Last tho most comfortablo over dc slgnod Those shoes have floxlblo Q soles and Boft uppers mako ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 5 September 1919

a o Saoc SEPTEMBER 131919 At Kress Texas 5 TwoYearOld Fillies iron grays 1 fouryearold Mare and horse Colt iron gray 2 fouryearold Bay Mares Good match team 1 fouryearold Bay Mare and Filley Colt 1 fouryearold Sorrel Mare and Filley Colt 1 fouryearold Sorrel Mare and Mare Mule Colt 1 eightyearold Sorrel Mare 1 eightyearold Bay Mare and C F SJOGREN Auctioneer cs = 30E O n o o D o n o D o n o a o D o D o n o a 30E20E E30C30C a v wtWfrtf < 30E30E 30E30E30E 30E30E 9 First Number Next Yearling Horse Colt 1 threeyearold Horse Wednesday September 10 A Mather Hilburn in 4 BACHELORS ROMANCE DISTRICT COURT ROOM IN TULIA IOE30I dults 150 Season Tickets cum 10E30E ren 100 Single Admission 75 cents This lyceum course for Tulia is secured through the Dixie Lyceum Bureau of Dallas The proceeds above the expenses and the guarantee to the Bureau will be given to the Tulia Public Schools OTHER ATTRACTIONS WILL BE ANNOUNCED LATER Season tickets can be procured at ANY BUSINESS HOUSE IN TULIA Come Ev...

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

LOCAL AM PERSONAL s Ucad our ad 0 < r this weeks paper flTY DRUd STORE Mrs 1 U Cole of Waeb spent this week in Tullu visiting with her lirotlirr Judge I 11 Culton Our Soda Fountain Sorvlco Is absolutely tlio host InTulln Try ua and co McCuno Drug Co i i County Agent II 0 Ware has licen iiltu bus tills wcok assisting our farmers ami stockmen with tliclr work Whon In nectl otbev ur auto sco tno IVInlio Trimming Co Mrs 1rank Scott Jr Eaoa PatV oled glass for Auto Painting N 32 tfe rfml son Pom e visited with relatives ami friends in Abornathy nnd IVtorshurg last week The Momo Studio InNjt ilia Is now open Seo our display ofApholographs in the window at the Crawford lhnr inncy f 111 tfe Mr and Mrs 12 W Plyut and child ren rclurncd Manila troiu a pleasure trip cf several days to vci lolls places in Oklahoma Mr nuil Mrs Ira Smith of Auiarllto were in Tulin Monday isiting with Mrs Smiths grind pcrints Mr and Mrs T A dray FOR SALE Seven hundred and twentyfivo head oishoop Will soil any n...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 5 September 1919

f 1 s tw iOR THE BLUE RIBBON H Iiv THE LINING Jc Ribbon Service Shoes p = are marked go you f = cnn bo ruto you aro petting tho genuine A 55 Blue Ribbon is sewed to tho inner facing E Look for it You will always find it attached = to n choc that will give you the utmost in 5 Service and Comfort Hj Blue Ribbon Service Shoes = = with the Munson Army Last 3 are tho most comfortable and durable of 55 every day work shoes This is the same last = 3 that the Brown Shoe Compiny of St Louis = = used in making mco than two million pairs for tlie soldiers of tho U S Armv gJ Blize Ribbon Service S ocm nro made In Tan and Black Sil leatlies vlth V ht n cdium end heavy soles to suit r working condltionr Si Reasonable prices on any footwear you buy here B CANTRELL SHOWS General Merchandise and priced except for the best fat steers were lower Hog prices follow ing last weeks big decline were uneven ly higher and sheep were lower under the heaviest run of the season Teteri BaeetyW Arrivals today wer...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 5 September 1919

f Jlyo IX A FOOL TRICK In times of High Prices when we are all puzzling over the High Cost of Living its a Fool Trick to buy blindly and without comparison of Prices and Values We advise the greatest care in this respect a thorough comparison of Quality and Prices for we know that areful buying means business for us L A Dainty Ap petizzftg Meal that jusl makes you eaj It th t chases the troubles from your mind and nfakes you feel like a millionaire that s the kind of meals we serve Everything is pure clean and wholesome well cooked daintily served and the prices are just right Come in and give usa trial Busy Bee Cafe Buy your DrugSyfrom McCune Drug Co and buy War Swings Stamps with the dlfforonco in tho rlco you would pny elsowhcro A The Ma Grocery Co THE SENIOR EPW0RTII LEAGUE Program for Sunday September 7th at 7110 oclock p m Subject The Great Companion How to Live With Him Leader Mrs J 13 Swcpston Rlblo Lesson Lnko 211322 Prayer Poem Unseen Mary Childress Hymn No 551 The Conditi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 5 September 1919

M v i ment the usefulness of the church many fold It is an unfair or at least a onesided proposition for a church to call a pastor and then many of the members absent themselves from the church for weeks and months without n canse Most any preacher will succeed if he has a Bible reading churchgoing spiritually minded evangelistic church And without a membership of that kind no church will succeed it matters not who tho pastor may be Hod save the churches from n sordid tet of pastors and may the pastor be spared the awful curse of a sordid churchmembership The world is looking at the church today as never before in the history of the church and it is ray candid opinion if the church will lho dose to God and manifest a deesire for the salvation of the world she will sweep millions into the Kingdom of God GORDON BARRETT Pastor jocaor Telephone No 110 v Telephone No 1 HIGHEST MARKET PRICES RAIDZfOR POULTRY EGGS CREAM ANi HIDES Our iVIbtto Correct Weights jomoxz TULIA TEXAS delivery rt F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 September 1919

B a a a a a a a a a a a B a a B a B a NEXT NUMBER IN TULIA LYCEUM ON SATURDAY NiailT IT IS GOOD ONE GET YOUR TICKETS NOW Volutae 10 1i i 1t t AKV rV t + + < + > > WE AWAIT YOUR ORDER for Gldves The wellgroomed woman pays strict attention to this detail for she knows that to be perfectly Gloved givps the final exquisite touch to her attire Let Us Serve Your Glove Wants KIMONOS are always indispensable for Bedroom wear We are showing some splendid Values in Silk and Cotton Crepe at Prices exceedingly attractive 250 to 1650 FOR BOYS STARTING TO SCHOOL A Shipment of Boys HERCULES Suits Just Received BARTEL POCKETS Unshrinkable materials heavy double warped lining reinforced at vital points seams reinforced buttons securely sewed excelsior Elastic waistband made to last forever IT PAYS TO PAY DASH urns 43 ft 1 TULIA SWISHER COUNTY TEXAS SE T 12 1919 K Jrsar wmftob SATISFACTION GUARANTEED SWISHER COUNTY FAIR IN TULIA SEPT 20 and 27 MAKE YOUR PLANS TO BE HERE THOSE DAYg < i I B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 September 1919

MISS FAIRY GAZAWAY Editor IIAPPY ITEMS Personal and Comment LITTLE DARLING AT REST Little Krnest White d > died Mon dnv afternoon from tlie results of drinking kerosene oil The oil stove had been leaking and his mother placed n tup under the lonkngc She had been washing and had put the baby in the other room mid when she opened the kit lien door to throw out tho water tl middle door blew open nnd tlie baby crawled in and got the oil A soon ns she eame in she called her hns liand and they took the baby to Undo tor After working with tho baby for two hours ho died in the office The news was not long in being spread and several friends and rcla tivcs went to help in trying to comfort the parents Hew B r Kronnbargcr of Canyon eondueted the service Their many friends and loved ones extind thejr greatest sympathy for tin m in their trouble Mnv tods greatest hlisdngs reH upon l > otb parents Rev W U rorbe and family spent Wednesday night in tho home of Mr tin Mrs J A Gazaway Misses P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 September 1919

fft NEXT NUMBER IN TULIA + LYOEUM ON SATURDAY NiailT IT IS GOOD ONE GET YOUR TICKETS NOW Volume 10 lIArPY BUSINESS MEN AND CITIZENS WILLINGLY RESPOND Alossrs II 0 Wnrc D B Crn ford I II Cultou ami 1 C LaPrado woro business visitors in Happy Thursday nftoruoon Tlioy wero interviewing tlio business moil of that city with refer cuco to securing Innnclnl nld townrd making tlio Snlshor County Fair n sue + THE ItlKhl willingly ilia tlio business JCOMMITTEES AND PREMIUM LIST men of Hint city contribute In just n short while 18250 lind been raised to wnrd helping to defray tlio oxpensos of tlio Fnlr Wo of Tulin cortninly do appreciate our friends of Happy and surrounding country Wo nro glad to know that tlioy nro so whololioartodly with us in overy good thing for tlio bottor niont of Swisher Couhly ScottTracy Hardware Co n5 Mother Says In home emergencies first aid meana Motleraid At such times it is good to know that bandages and remedies are handy A feelinV of confidence both in Mother an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 September 1919

BED Reliable In Manufacture Guaranteed Satisfactory In Use Rexall Medicinal Preparations are not Cure Alls Each one is intended for a specific ailment and is recommended and guaranteed by us in SUCH USB They should be in your home in case of need and severe illness may be prevented thereby CRAWFORD PHARMACY Phone 39 ftMmMJa Phone 39 CEOSS CALLS FOR 1000000 VOLUNTEER WORKERS TOR CAMPAIGN Washington Sept 8 To bring into action the most thorough organization possible for ft forthcoming carapapi for members and funds the Amcrnaa Red Cross today issued a rail for 1000000 vointeer workers to participate in the Third Bed Cross Roll Call which will be held November 3 to 11 In this campaign by which it is ex X0E30E SOE30E oxaoi 30E30I = 01 cry p rw > n will be approached by souio other person and asked to renew their membership or join the Red Cross if not already a member A preliminary campaign text posters asking for 1000000 of volunteers to pledge their services and to do their share i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 September 1919

+ < < vr au a u a H a m j 2 Amusements Galore ir September 26 and 27 TULIA TEXAS SEE THE PREMIUM LIST IN ANOTHER COLUMN Come everybody 1 i4 a B a B B B B flB 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 E B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B U B H B H B B B a n a B R a H B B HBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBnBBBBBBBNBBHBHHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB HBBHBBBBiaBBBBBBBBBHBaBBBBBIIBBBBBUBBBBBBBHBHHHHBBBBHflBHf aBBBBB

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 September 1919

TIT 7 t urp A I nluED OnOSS ANNOUNCES 15000000 I il > i Ulirt niivrt of I fIA1nATn > r m vtace Activities ENOLEMAN ti OBBYAN Owner HARNETT OBBYAN Editor J 8 ENOLEMAN rnbllsher Subscription 160 Per Year Entered as serondelnss mall matter at the postofflce at Tulla Texas TW1A TKXAR SKIT 12 1010 Atisnoioua openino or tiie TULIA TUBLIO SCHOOLS Monday September Sth marked the beginning of another important era for Tulla On this day the 1010 20 session of our public schools was begun It was deemed best to follow our custom and have the opening exercises in tbo district court room Promptly at the appointed hour > oclock a m quite n crowd had gathered for the oc casion Mr K C Asbury president of the school board called the meeting to order In a few appropriate words he introduced Prof Y K Savage our new superintendent After quieting tho e in the balcony Prof Savage called upon Rev Gordon Barrett to pronounce the invocation Prof 8avagc then held the closest at tention of patrons fri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 September 1919

t < J I < V r 1 ir h nV t V LOCAL AND PERSONAL s Read City Drug SKiros ad In this weeks Issue Miss lldnn Adklsson of Kress hns accepted a position with tho Herald FronchFlashers ovcryono needs cm Bnttcrlos and bulbs to fcflll Tlio Rex all Storo > 0 L Cooper mid H 0 Wore woro looking after business matters In Ama rlilo Monday Phono In your locals to The Herald Wo nro always willing to answer the telephone Our number Is 202 Just received a caK jot Iirau and Belle of Wichita > JourRUSH AI lexandkr anAijf Joe M < Boars nmWL MPANY 0 Wilson of Plnlnvlow woro In Tulln Monday on business and visiting with friends The Molno Studio livTulia is now open Sco our dlsplny otsphotugraphs in tho window maey at the Orrhvford Phnr V tntfc Hays Krviu tho expert jeweler mid optician at Flynt Jewelry Company was a business visitor in Ilnlnvlcw Monday FOR SAM Single C ornbwhlto broiliv flM Leghorn Roosters pure nnd 100 each Phono or writc AKI SMITH Kress Texas i74p IOIt SALI 8e uhundrod an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 September 1919

Service MUNSON Shoe ARMY LAST A Shoe for Service Thousands of feet were examined by army experts to determine the most satisfactory last for a marching shoe a shoe that would give the utmost in Service with the greatest Comfort to the wearer That shoe is what you get in the Blue Ribbon Service Shoe with the Munson Army Last Brown Shoe Company of St Louis are the manufacturers of this shoe Their experience in supplying Army Shoes developed wonderful factory efficiency in making this grade of footwear Blue Ribbon Service Shoes are made in Ton and Black leathers with light medium and heavy soles to suit working conditions We carry a full line of shoes for men women and children at reasonable prices CANTRELL SHOWS General Merchandise N H FRENCH Dray and Transfer Line Phone orders to Fulton Lumber Yard GET A GOOD AUCTIONEER to cry your sale x C F SJOGREN N Kress Tex General Auctipneer Makes a Specialty of Farm and personal Property Le T0 orders it Herald Ofleo Ttum S > SL M + + + To D...

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