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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 September 1919

t 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 carpin this respect a thorough comparison of Quality and Prices for we know tnat careful buying means business for us The Tulia Grocery Co Car Pears on Track Tulia Station ON 0 Friday S atur day Sepl 12th and 13th Per Bushel 150 Graham FruitProduce Co + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + < j a h + + + + + + + + < h W F CEITFIN MAJOE MEADH F OBrFFIH Whenever you want to get J 1 Some Good Values IN J Star BraedStioes j be sure tocall on us J Staple and Fancy Groceries carried in stock at all times T i < Griff III Griffin IMiouo No > TILIA TEXAS IMiunc No 2 I The place where a dollar buys 100 cents worth of goods I Bankers Declare The e Very Beit Securities That Money Can Buy Hundreds of banks over the Eleventh Federal District have already Invested in the new 1000 Registered Treasury Savin...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 September 1919

MARKET PRICE Hens per lb 23c Springs 2 12 lbs and under 23c Roosters per lb 9c Eggs per dozen 35c Cream per lb 55c 3 n a Soraoc v m L V FAIBVIEW NEWS Threshing is the order of the day in this part of the country Mrs Tom Wesley is on the sick list this week Mr Henry Wesley and daughter Mrs Ella Hecks and Mrs Bishop were trad ing in Happy Saturday Mrs Tercna Wesley and son Leroy and Mrs Marvin Dcrr and Mr and Mrs Aaron Bradley were Wayside call ers Saturday Mr and Mrs Aaron Bradley have uioe < > to the Ben Wesley place lr 1 V Dillingham and children la t nowd to the old Bowcn place Mrs I W Wesley and daughter Ethil MikN > Didcnuna Wesley Velma Dillingham and Willie Kvans and M ssrs luiius Dillingham and Bill Wes ter attended church services at Way si le Pundaj Mrs Wla Hecks and Mrf Lela Bishop were Happy eallers Saturday afternoon Mrs Maude Wesley and children vis f 1 J Jh fC > MMK frM M Telephone No 110 HIGHEST MARKET PRICES PAID FORPOULTRY t EGGS CREAM AND HIDES Our Mtot...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 September 1919

m I l o D o T F T SKIIWOItTlI President W A GATES Vlco Prosidcnt T W SKIPWOUTH Jr Gashlor FARMERS STATE BANK of Kress Guaranty Fund Bank Capital and Undivided Profits 2000000 Your Banking Business Respectfully solicited The Safest Place to Invest Your Earnings n o I0E30E Kress Texas aoEioi D O a o D o a o M IOI 30E30E D o In buallty thoyro unaurpassod 30E LIFT CORNS OR CALLUSES OFF Doesnt hurtl Lift any corn or callus off with fingers 30E30E Dont sufforl A tiny bottle of Proo tone costs but a toy cents at nny drugstore Apply n fow drops on tho corns cnlluBos nnd hnrd skin on bottom of XOE3QE 30E30E IOEXOE 30E30E 30E30E 0O 30EZO 30E30 Army Shoes for Farm Wear Wo carry a selection of work shoos made on tbo famous Muuson Army Last tbo most comfortablo over designed Tbcso Bboos have floxlblo solos and soft uppers mako you forgot your foot when working Thoyro tbo famous STAR BRAND AllLeather Shoes Sco us for shoo comfort and service TexasLINN BOTTS Wo lit Your Toot aoi IOE30t SOEIOE SOEI...

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

10E30C O D o o D o O n o o Q o o n o n o o n o o n o 0o o a o o a o Sraor SOE30E ATURDAY 5 TwoYearOld Fillies iron grays 1 fouryearold Mare and horse Golt iron gray 2 fouryearoldBay MaresGood match team 1 fouryearold BayNIare and Filley Colt 1 fouryearold Sorrel MareNind Filley Colt 1 fouryearold Sorrel Mare and Mare Mule jColt 1 eightyearold Sorrel Mare 1 eightyearold Bay Mare and MBER 13191 3OE30E ress Texas loraoc 30EIOC30E XOE30E Quartet the second number in the TULIA LYCEUM COURSE will render their program THURSDAY NIGHT SEPTEMBER 18 in the y DISTRICT COURT ROOM TULIA Tex Thegjrogram consists of Vocal and Instru 4 mental Quartettes together with Costumed Numbers Readings Solos and Duets A lonoi THI l i Adults 150 eason Iickets cwwren 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 Season tickets can be procured...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 September 1919

I 1 I a 4mH SH < M4 8 H HM H t MUNSING WEAR We announce the arri val of a complete line of the famous Munsing Perfect Fitting Union Suits For Men Women and Children NEW Trunks and HandBags J Overshoes for all the family Mt 4 Your corset must not be evident in the finished silhouette is the edict of the fashion dictators GOSSAMD COKSETS The OriginalUnequalled Front Lacing Corseti interpret this fashion for you in terms of your individual needs Whatevcryourfigure requirements there are many Gossard models that will mould your figure to correct proportions assure you comfort and healthand do it alt so deftly that there will be no evidence of corsetry in the finished silhouette You can buy a Gossard fir cs little as 275 up to any price you wish to pay MfMM + 4 + + + + + + COMMITTEES AND PEEMIUM LIST FOE TIIE SWISHER COUNTY FAIE Continued from Eighth Page 7fic Third SOc Broom Corn ono poch First 100 Second 75c Third 00c Mllo Red ono pock First 100 Boc ond 75c Third 50c Milo White ono ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 September 1919

MIBS FAIHV OAZAWAY Editor Buy War Savings Stamps regularly If you lose your job ytrar Wnr Savings Stomps will work for yon The first J100 eomes hnrdest The first Tlmft BUunp is the best invest most An efbnont dollar is 0110 invested in Ww Savings Stamps Val > e up and bny W E a Thrift is not a hardship It is n habit Oct the habit by buying Thrift and War Savings Stamps every paj day The Herald is prepared to famish you legal blanks If in need of anything In this line call and see us efficiently Nobody has to be a tight trad to envo Tlmo is the essence of that con THE HAPPY IDEA tract Do it when you havo tho money Buy w a a You never miss tho water till tho well run dry A financial drouth will never oomo if you keep on buying Ynr Savings Stamps Every kid thinks be knows more than his old man If he saves his Coin and his old man does not he has proved it Buy W a S A dollar does not look any bigger on pity day than Walter Johnsons fastball but tho day before pay flay it is on nxc ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 September 1919

Ji t Ik i ff 1 t MAKE YOUR PLANS TO AID THE 3rd BED CROSS BOLL CALL TOE MEM BERB TO BE IN NOV 1010 Volume 10 TIRE TAPE VERY USEFUL Tiro tnpo Is to tlio automoblllst what n bnndngo 1b to a Hod Cross nurse ando mnn who drlvos a car would as soon think of leaving It out of his tool box ns a Red Cross nurso would think of leaving a bnndngo out of hor flrstald kitThe The Unllod Stales Tiro Company nd vises all Us patrons to Includo a roll of TO carry everything in the line of hardware for the builders needs thats oneof our ideas of service VVVIiaU everyou may wish ta build house barn shed dhick en coop shelving or fencing we can supply the necessary tools and hardware for the complete job t We sell the well known brands the best quality obtainable for the prices you can pay If you buy it from us its worth the price THE TULIA HERALD Its tapu In tlioir equipment Its uses nro innumerable It is most frequently used to rclnforco bad spots caused by blowouts nnd punctures It Is also valuablo f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 September 1919

Bk Work in Comfort by wearing Ribbon Service Slioes Blue Ribbon Service Shoes are rn da 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 SerriceSho t are mails In Tan and Black leathers with licht medium and heavy soles to tuit working condition Ss our full line of footwear for men women and chil dren at reasonable price CANTRELLK HOWS General Merchandpe THE KANSAS CITY MARKET REPORT Kansas City Stock Tarda Sept 15tb 1919 Cattle were about steady sheep lower and hogs steady to 25 cents higher today The present price position of rattle hogs and sheep is nearer a normal IcTel than at any previous time in the past eighteen months and recent declines have brought the market low enough to anticipate broadening demand Liberal receipts are reported at al...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 September 1919

rl i > fl uss V w f L o n o n o n o o D o M o n o D o 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 careful buying means business or us fc Thr Tulia Grocery Co IOEJOI On aonoc 3 riiffin 30E30I g are 30E30I showing seasonable styles irv The first time you are in Plain view you Certainly must see these newhats for yourself as they mclude some of the pretti est millinery we have shown this season n alight Popular prices ul new Models at 50 < 30E30 jj CARTERHOUSTONS PLAINVIEW TEXAS oaoc XOC30E aonoc I0C30E D o 01 = 1 Of + + + + + M + + + l t M + + + + + + + + + w r cnrrrrN MAJOE MEADE P OSIPPIH Whenever you want to get Some Good Values IN StailKaiicI Shoes be sure to call on us Staple and Fancy Groceries carried in + stock at all times Phone No 2 TIUJA TEXAS ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 September 1919

THE TULIA HERALD ENOLEMAN t OBRYAN Owner BARNETT OBUYAN Editor J 8 EKOLEMAK FubHsacr 8nbcrlpUon 150 Per Tear Entered u secondclass ntil matter at the posloCtiee at Tulia Texas TULIA TEXAS SEPT 19 1010 KRESS PEOPLE ARE PLEASED WITH THEIR FIRST CHAUTAUQUA Lost SaturJay the three days Lhau tauqua at Kress was closed Yo editor and family were plca ed attendants at the program Saturday night Also many others from Tulia were present In fact they were more fortunate than we for they had been cnnblcd to attend many of the programs All those who attended the programs during the three days report being well pleased Tho ocal and instrumental music readings and lectures were indeed ennobling and Inspiring At the closing program the Chautau qua Manager thanked the good people of Kress for their kindnesses and many ovidenecs of culture and refinement and clearly expressed the high esteem in which he had learned to hold them In well chosen words Dr Longmlre replied Dr Longmire is big physically an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 September 1919

A t < > M LOCAL AND PERSONAL HARP r Road City Drug Stores ad In tills wooks Issue Swlshor County Victory Pair Tulla ToxaB Soptombor 20th nril 27tli 1019 FOR 8ALK Ond lMolo Suporlor Drlllj In good shnpo U II LOVE Tulla Texas > 3S3p C 0 Mitchell returned tho first of last week from an extondod business trip to plonts in Colorado 1 Colos Hot Itlast Heaters make a big reduction in your coaliblll nee tliclr advertisement nnd guntantoo lhono In your locals to Tlio Herald Wo nro always willing to answer tlio telopliono Our number Is 202 If you need cushions Tirscat covers vor your automobile sooVtho Delaho Auto Painting Trimming Co 32tfc ash Bangle and Will Ward loft Tuosday night for Abilcno where they will attend Simmons College for tlio doming year r KOR SAIiK 8lnglo Comb Whito Leghorn Roosters puro bred 150 and 100 each Phono orwtytc CARL SMITH Kross Texas 374p Miss Kdna Adklsson returned Monday to her homo In Kress after spendIng n weok assisting with tho work in The Herald o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 September 1919

K B H H K IOBOI IOC PROQBAM MISSIONARY SOCIETY The following itrogramme will be rendered by the Womans Missionary Society of M E church South Monday afternoon at 4 oclock Leader Mrs M G Stanford Bible Lesson The Supreme Tost of Lote Hymn No 141 Subjctt Making Demo raey Safe socially MnkiDg America Christian Mrs WyatU Prryer That the ehnrch may awaken to the greatest need of tie world that of Christianizing America The Goernment Americanization Mrs Ward A Donuxract Sated Socially Mrs B G Porter Hvmn No 40 two tcrcs The 1 bcrtv of th N v lsmocra oc 30E30E = Csm i an 0 < i r rjwftr9 in tcttntitiuJIr vAlmd pack Of 20 ctftrritt or Un reJi a 1300 Cliwcttf to lmtinPapvr covrtedcrton 1V tfooitjr footnowid thlt cation for ri oin or vJ e aoppty or w 4 you Ittvol 30DOC IOC I 301 3E WITH EVERY DRINK OR ICE CREAM AT THE FOUNTAIN AT THE REXALL STORE Purity Cleanliness and Service We pride ourselves on our Rich Chocolate Syrups Tp CRAWFORD PH ARMACY Phone 39 aui9f caii > s Phone 39 cy Mcdamc...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 September 1919

u ir u IS A X W VICTORY FAIR SWISHER COUNTY The Pride of the Plains September 26 and 27 at ULIA TEXAS FVFRY Amusements Galore Races Bronco Riding Steer Ropini Live Stock Exhibits Agricultural Displays Poultry Exhibits Etc Band Concerts and Various Other COM Amusements Both Days Y 3I H B B B SBaaBBBKnHflaaBBSBBBsaBBaBnBHBKBBaBBBaBieaBHSiBHBflBBBBHBB BBBBBBBaflBBBBaBBBBBaBattaBaBBflBBBaBnBBBaBBBBBHBBBBBflBfl BaBHBBHaEiHa 1

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 September 1919

lOEIOE 30E30C 9c Eggs per dozen 35c TULIA TEXAS = S FAIBVTEW NEWS Quite a heavy rain has fallen over the country this week and still looks hke more More rain more rest Sunday September th tho friends and relatives of Uncle Jim and Aunt Annie Wesley surprised them with a big dinner There were about 150 in the gathering Each family brought a basket ot dinner and sj > ent the day with Ihem making the older folks enjoy themselves We regret rcry much to laie these good peoplo leave us but wo hope they will be satisfied with their new home in Arkansas E erAbolv enjoyed a party last Sat r j night at the home of R L Wes Iii TIk > eniug was spent in play ng maij mt < r < sting games after whih < akc and diorolate were served Mrs Henri Wesleys brother and son and stvera other near relatives left Tuttlui after a several days visit with Mr and Mrs Wesley Leroy Wesley has been spending the past week with Mr and Mrs Aaron Bradley Mr and Mrs Earl Wesley and daugh tcr and Mr and Mrs ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 September 1919

K n 4 D o xot ioexox o n o 0o o u o xoesoe KRESS Swisher Co TEXAS X0E30I 30EXOX LIFT OFF CORNS Apply fevvdrops thenlift sore touchy corns offwith lingers X0E30E xocaoi Doesnt hurt a bltl Drop n llttlo Prcozono on an aching corn instantly that corn stops hurting then you lift it right out Yes magic A tiny bottlo of Prcozono costs but a few conts at any drug store but is Stamps si 30EXOX PROSPEROUS TABMS DOT THE KRESS COUNTRY XOE30X 30EXOE X0E30E V A BECK Staple andFancy Groceries Cold prmksNotions Postoffice Building Phone 42 XOI 3XOE3QT IQEXOl = IOC30C = = XOEXOE XOEXOE X XOEIOE = 30EXOE J F MOORE SONS General Merchandise anythingVou need in Dry GoodsGroceries Shoes and Farm f Machinery Always the Best Goods at the Lowest Possible Prices reAovacvory xoexc F T SKIPWORTII President Vf A CATES Vlco President J W SKIlWORTH Jr Cashier FARMERS STATE BANK of Kress Guaranty Fund Bank Capital and Undivided Prof its 2000000 V Your Banking Business Respectfully solicited The Safest Place to In...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 September 1919

Qioraoc D o o D o o n o o D o o D o a o Q o o a ODOE PUBLIC SALE t In order to close out my interests I will sell the following property at Public Auction at my farm one mile North and two and a half West from the corner of Tulias town section on Thursday Sept 2519 VU AtV IOE30E 30E30E rHiA tlS > > 30E Beginning promptly at 2 oclock p m HORSES 1 Stallion six years old This is a Wilkes trotting horse and has a trial mark on the track of 215 j 1 Bay Mare 12 years old bred tor jack 1 Bay Mare 4 yeais old bred to jack 1 Bay Mare 7 years old 1 Bay Mare 14 years oldi 1 Bay Horse 7 years old 1 Black Filley 2 years old 1 Bay Horse 3 years old 2 Bay Horse Colts two years old 3OE30I MILCH COWS 3 Jersey Milch Cows 2 years old 1 Red WhiteFace Cow 3 years old lotaoaot ON ACCOUNT OF THE PRESENT High Cost of Living you should be very careful in selecting your Groceries I am daily receiving fresh packed goods of the highest class I am in position to make you the closest prices that have been ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 September 1919

At l + r h rtf B flB flB B B B B B B B flB flB B B B flfl B B THIRD RED CROSS ROLL CALL NOVEMBER 11 1919 OP COURSE ALL SWISHER COUNTIANS WILL JOIN MAKE YOUR PLANS TO AID TUB 3rd RED CROSS ROLL CALL TOR MEMBERS TO BE IN NOV 1010 Volume 10 THE TULIA HERALD t t MUNSING WEAR We announce the arrival of a complete line of the famous Munsing Perfect Fitting Union Suits For Men Women and Children NEW Trunks and HandBags Overshoes for all the family 4 < i4 + + 4 + 4mm > > JX > > TULIA SWISHER COUNTY TEXAS SEPT 26 1919 the finished silhouette is the edict of the fashion dictators GOSSARD CORSETS The OriginalUnequalled Front Lacing Corsets Interpret this fashion for you in terms of your individual needs Whatcvcryour figure requirements there arc many Gossard models that will mould your figure to correct proportions assure you comfort and healthand do it all so deftly that there will be no evidence of corsctry in the finished silhouette You can buy a Gossard fir cs little as 275 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 September 1919

I KOE30E 9MKQ ff sKBBcncu aBBBc c accnn = s BOD B B t M aa B Bn BnB B Swisher County September 26 27 FAIR DAYS ALL READY With lots of Entertainment and Exhibits Visit the Rexall Booth and listen to the AEOLIAN VOCALION MUSIC while you examine Your Countys Products TWO DAYS OF SOCIAL BUSINESS WITH FUN AND FROLICK Beginning with the Big Parage Friday morning at 9 a m The REXALL Store Welcomes YoihMake it Your Headquarters CRAWFORD PHARMACY Phone 39 sw js Phone 39 DR L N PENN0CK Wishes to annonnrtes haf he has returned from the Rockj > < iuntain Osteopathic Conference and fro completing a cuuim at the Denier Polyclinic and Post Graduate Collfge and will be at his ofllii Suite G Fuqua Building Sept Sth Amarillo Texas 30EXOE 18 cents a package 15 mm FOB SALE Thrift and War Savings Stamps at postoffiee bank and other agencies Value guaranteed by United States Government Buy your Drugs froiv JleCune Drug Co and buy War Saving vEtamps with the difference In the prceyou would pay elsew...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 September 1919

r I N MAKE YOTJU PLANS TO AID THE 3rd RED CROSS BOLT CALL TOR MEMBERS TO BE IN NOV 1010 Volume 10 DEVELOPMENT NEWS PROM THE HAPPY OIL WELL Boss Wnrd who Is in cliargo of nil drilling operations for tlio Ilnppy Oil Gas Company stated Monday tlint tlio compnny lias boon running n tower on tlio Happy Companys well No 1 tlio last row dajs on account of tlio nb If you buy it from us its worth the price sonto of ono of tlio drillers Everything Is running nicely according to Mr Ward wlio statoil tlicy nro drilling around G50 feet A D Millor vlco president nnd gen ornl mnnngor for tlio company loft Monday night for Oklahoma City nnd Tulsn whero ho uill bo for about a neck on company business Amariilp ScottTracy Hardware Co I like astorteahat I can depend upon to keep oi7 < > kinds of tobacco and the quality brands of cigars I appreciate also a conveniently placed store But I am specially keen forthe cigar counter where I am always sure to getfresh goods Father can satisfy his wishes h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 September 1919

Service RJ > fc > Heres my guarantee Ask your dreggut for a bottle of Dodsops Llrer Tone and take a spoonful tonight If it doesnt start your liver and straighten you right up better than calomel and without griping or making you lick I want you to go Tuli la HUNSON Y Shoe ARMY LAST AS SOLID AS THE HILLS Special skill is required in the making of chocs for every day wear They must bo made to stand the strain of hard service and yet fashioned to give comfort to the wearer Tho upper leather used in our line of Blue Ribbon Service Shoes with the Munson Army Last is soft and pliable carefuliy tanned to retain all its toughness They are 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 min women and children clwaya read for your ioipcctioo CANTBELL SHOWS Tulia Texas Take Calomel is a dangerous drug It is mercury quicksilver and attack...

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