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

t hi M LOCAL AND PERSONAL B Ne r TEXAN at tie Ford 0 ragW 1 j Order your nexf ult from Tbc Eagle Tailoring Company X1U Lena HnUJ of Atnarillo lias ne cepted a position as telephone operator in Talla Mr and Mrs C K Duke arc now comfortably domiciled in the Walters residence in North Tulia LOST Hfab eip from Old inobtlo car Kewani for return to J ED CKAWFOlilf Tulia Texas 40tfc Save jnonejand your wifes back by gcttinK CJol s High Oven linnge It makcswork cxjy and coal bills light Mr John IL Nelson of Miami arrived In Tulia Monday morning to spent the neck visiting with his sister Mrs M B Tucker Little Mivi Marguerite Wlmnn was quito sick the first of the week with nn nttsck of pneumonia She it tin iff proving at this Jimc Thoso inilcbteuvto the City DrugStore will please call on L H Suggs and settlo the sumo a once V L 8PEEII Administrator 30tfe Jlr and Mrs W II Donaldson and daughter Sue Ilnydcn have moved to the residence recently vacated by Dennis Zimmcrmann and family FOR SALENOU...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 October 1919

Soaps and Brushes Your Every Need in Soaps and Toilet Brushes Z S We are this week offering special values in Soaps for Complexion Bath Nursery and Hands also Brushes of all kinds CRAWFORD PHARMACY Phone 39 Cemete are told every where in acientlfic ally eetted packafea of 30 clgarettet or ten package 300 cigarette in a mepapercovercd carton We atrongly recommend tliia carton for the home or otfic aupply or when you travel B J REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANT WiuUtSklmNC JBfc Stem GoodValuesin All Grades There Is a right rug for every room It xmust harmonize with the furniture wear well and be secured at a price In keeping witn its purpose Our large stock offers you a wide choice range of patterns both as regards imported grades and rugs of domestic manufacture Our reputation promises you fair prices Long Lived Linoleums The uses of this class of floor covering are growing Patterns are here in greater numbers tnar ever You may purchase complete rugs or have ycur room fitted and entire covere...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 October 1919

SI o n o a o IOI IOEIOI O n o o D o o n o Soraor aocaoi I0E30E us off with fingers IOE30E OBOE IOZ30E Dont sufforl A tiny bottlo of Free rono costs but a fow conta at any drugstore Apply o fow dropson tho corns calluses nnd hard skin on bottom of ioeioi F T SKIPWOIITII President W A GATES Vice President J Wt SKIPWORTH Jr Cashier FARMERS STATE BANK 3 of Kress Guaranty Fund Bank XOEXOI X0E30Z < Capital and Undivided Profits 2000000 Your Banking Business Respectfully solicited The Safest Place to Invest Your Earnings o 9 IOEXOC Army Shoes for Farm Wear Wo cany a selection of work shoes toads on the famous Munson Army last the most comfortable eyer designed These shoes hare flexible soles and soft uppers make yon forget your feet when working In buallty theyre unsurpassed Theyre the famous STAR BRAND AllLeather Shoes See us for shoe comfort and service LINN BOTTS XOE30I We lit Your Feet lOOOE V A BECK 2 Staple and Fancy Groceries o Cold DrinksNotions SPostoffice Building Phone 42 EaO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 October 1919

THE TULIA PRODUCE COMPANY TULIA TEXAS West of Postoffice THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Model T One Ton Truck was the first low price truck to cdrry the wormdrive that tremendous power delivering mechanism had previously been an exclusive feature with high priced motor trucks In the Ford Truck however you get the wormdrive of manganese bron2e material absolute in strength and positive in the delivery of power at a very low price Come in and let us point out the many superior merits of the Tord One Ton Truck because you need one in your work We give prompt and efficient repair senice Ford Garage 0fij COAL Get your Winters Supply of Coal Now We hNave thebest of Colorado Domestic Coal We have nondelivery FARMERS GRAIN COMPANY Tulia Texas Phone 15 Cupintbiimfer It J < 4Tul > lc < iCu KO U certainly get yours when you lay your smokecards on the table call for a ttdy red tin or a toppy red bag of Prince Albert and roll a rnakins cigarette I Youll want to hire a statistical bureau to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 October 1919

rjV w kt 18K Volume 10 IMPORTANT MEETINO OF TULIA W O W NEXT TUESDAY NIGHT Consul Commander J O Bass nnd Clerk N Jonos liavo prepared and mailed out cards to tho membership o Tulo Camp W 0 W notifying tlicm of epcclal business at tlio rcgulnr nicotine of this Camp noxt Tuesday night October 20th Missouri and Toxns Wood If you buy it from us its worth the price men contcinplnto taking actions relative to tho rnlso in rates Till I n camp is requested to join tho movement Tho matter is of ital importance and every member Is requested urged mid commanded to bo present at thta meeting und to express tliomsolvcs Ttidgo D If Culton ivas looking nf tcr legal business in nnyon Wednesday ScottTracy Hardware Co Baby Say I cant always ask for what I want but I let you know when I get what I want What baby wants most of all is the loving care of Mother especially when Mother is aided by the baby necessities that we can supply Our entire line of baby goods is made up of the products of manufactur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 October 1919

AIRE BRXEST WHITE Editor PABTICULAIt ATTENTION TO COAL AND GRAIN TRANSPORTATION Walker I llincs Director General of Italroads today authorized tho f6l lowing The railroads of thocountry lire now doing a heavier business for prcsont season of the yenr than vras ever done in tho history of the Rail roails in norninl jenrs and practically as heavy business as was done at this season in 101S ivhlcli exceeded all previous records They have more cars in actual service after excluding cars held out of service for repairs than in 1917 or 191S while the bnd order situation was greatly embarrassed by the extensive strikes among shop men in August the percentage of bad order cars is now rapidly improving There was an increase of 52450 cars in scrvieable condition between August 10th and Oct 4th 12110 of this increase were added In tho week ending October 4th While tho freight business is practically as heavy ns this timo last year tho Railroad Ad ncss is unavoidably depmod of many exceedingly ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 October 1919

I tA D o Foaot XOE TUIJB CAMP NO 1928 W O W Kegular meeting night Tuesday of fch week in thohall over the Toll i Bank Trust Co Momberi urged to be present nnd visiting Sovereign are always welcome J O BABB O 0 N JONES Clerk > II > IJ > 1 > 111 J Dont disappointfus and we can assure you joexoi we wilnotdisappoint you Our Pri < 4s SpealAfor Themselves The Tulia Grocery Co Announcing the Sale of The TEXAN 37 > 7 H P AUTOMOBILE TourinKor Roadstel 1250 34 Ton delivery 1200 1 12 Ton Truck complete with any one of five style bodies 1525 All prices F Oi B Fort Worth Texas For quick deivlery seeme at once L H SUGGS a City Drug1 Store 30E30X Whenever you want to get O n o aono CULTON TAYLOR LAWYERS Tulia Texas Subscriptions taken at publishers price Flynt > < X K > H BABY DAYS SOON PASS T Dont neglect to have thai picture made See I f t MRS REX RODGERS At Moine Studio East of Herald office + + 4 + > MH < > + + 4 HH + > 4 + + + + + + 4m + + + + + + + + + ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 October 1919

1i i i t t t + + THESE COOL DAYS NAre a forerunner of much colder weather Better be prepared We are at your service with a good stock oKwarm clothing Leather Coats Leather Vests Heavy Sweaters Moleskin Coats with Sheep skin Lining Fur Caps We handle Carhartt Overalls Hansen Gloves Kuppenheimer Suits and Overcoats Cooper Underwear WalkOver Shoes W L Douglas Shoes Stetson Hats that are different Mallory Hater THE TULIA HERALD ENOLEMAN OBRYAN Owner BARNETT OBBYAN Editor J S XNOLEMAN Publisher Subscription J150 Per Year Entered u secondclus mill matter at the pottoffiee at Toll Texas TULIA TEXAS OCTOBEK 17 191D ALL TOB A CLEANEB TULIA WHAT DO YOU SAY7 A great deal is being said these days by the Health Authorities all over the country about cleaning uji in order to avoid or liel > to avoid another epidem 11 of the flue It seems that they are all agreed that permitting of weeds to prow and the various other kind of growths as well as garbage of every character that is pi runtted to ac...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 October 1919

w f ff LOCAL AND PE ONAL a fn Sco the NcVr TEXAN at tlio Ford OarttRO jy Order your rtoxt suit from Tlio KorIo Tailoring Comfiiny Win V Miller tlio genial iiostmnster of Happy wan a liwdnoss visitor in Tulln Wednesday Mrs M 1 Reynolds of Amnrillo Is In Tulln vIsltiiiR jvlth licr dnuphtcr Mrs Itcx Rogers LOST Hub cniK from Oldsmobllo car Reward for return to 1 ED CRAWFORD Tulln Texas 40tfc Mrs Wi 1 KUIourIi wns on tlio alck list tlio first of tlio ncek She is much bettor nt this writing Mrs W K Kelly of Snyder spent n portion of Inst weclc In Tulin visiting with Mrs W A Torter Baking day Isa simp with Colos High Oven Ran c The oven Is tdinul dor high Asltyoilr dcnlor Mr and Mrs Frank Scott Sr left last Friday for an outing and pleasure irlp to points in Now Mexico rho e > hid utcd to tho City I Drug Storo will pj easo call on L II Suggs and sottlo the same nt once W I SPEER Administrator 30tfc FOR SAM2 One registered Duroc malo hog Very fine Tor further Information call nt thcr He...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 October 1919

IBIBBBIIlZEISEIBBBKaiiaillllBH CARA NOME The Latest Creation of REXALL Toilet Preparations The Finest Perfume and Toilet Preparations that can be Procured A Distinctive and Most Exquisite Odor They all say Isnt It Wonderful Talcum Powder 100 Face Powder 200 Toilet Water 350 Perfume per oz 350 Combination Packages 1000 The Package Design the Height of Lithographers Art CARA NOME CRAWFORD PHARMACY Phone 39 3PU fflaxaSJL Sum the Cozy Home Life In the home revolves about the living room It Is the meeting place and resting plsfce of the family It Is the heart of the home For furniture In keeping with this duty of the living room we have chosen carefully from the best work of the best manufacturers Call and see our Furniture for Comfort The easiest of easy chairs Morris chairs of generous size all await your Inspection There are rockers here for mother vhen she sevs and larger rockers for mother vhen she rests We have also a lull line of the many pieces seme dtoorative and some useful tha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 October 1919

4 A V 4 I D o n o o n o o D o < o a o n o D a KRESS Swisher Co TEXAS 0o IOEXOE IOEMH I0E30E aoEioi LIFT OFF CORNS Apply few drops then lift sore touchy corns off with fingers ioboi P T SKIFWOHTIi IWdent I 30EXOE XOE IOEXOE IOEXOE Doesnt hur t a bltl Drop a little Trcozone onan aching corn instantly that corn stops hurting then you lift It right out Yos magicl A tiny bottlo of Froezone costs but few conts nt any drug sioro but is rnosPEBous fabms dot THE KRESS countey IOE30I W A CATE8 Vice President J W 8KIPWOBTU Jr Cashier iodo 30EXOE IOEXOE vf FARMERS STATE BANK of Kress i Guaranty Fund Bank t Capital W Undivided Profits 2000000 I Yoiu i Banking Business Respectfully solicited The Safest Place to Invest Your Earnings U XOEXOI aohzoc o n o ZOI IOE30E IOOOE aonoi = IOI Army Shoes or Farm Wear Wo carry a selection of work shoes mads on the famous Munson Army Last the moct comforUble erex de tgned That shoes haTe flexible soles and soft uppers make you forget your feet when working ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 October 1919

< = i THC UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Model T One Ton Truck xnui its manganese bronze wormdrive is rcnlly a necessity for the farmer because it solves his problem of economic transportationfrom the farm to the city And in farm work alone it will be found a grcat money sareras well as a big labor saver xHas all the merits of the Ford car multiplied by greater capacity with greater strength No extra cost in Operation We d like to talk it over with every farmer Bring your Ford car to us for necessary repairs and thus get the genuine Ford parts and reliable Ford workmanship Ford Garage K r ng loitor who had graduated a > ii I al institute and was readv to + t to praiti it ii profession was o < tin tia her m old < io < tor that i v i inn Je i HMt he had not I an 1 t it i i how to suet n business W II KUlt tl I W 1 1 ill t ll 1 p unlit n r 1 V II wild tin II loitor I will rill g > u that lf i li horsi vou have tow u tin re in the stable Oh aid tin joung doctor I can t I > ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 October 1919

fV < sr M Volume 10 BAPTIST LADIES TO PREPARE A BOX TOR ORPHANS HOME Tho Baptist Womans Auxiliary met Wednesday afternoon for tlio regular mission study A splendid program was rendered Ono matter of especial importance Is now boforo us It Is tlmo to get togcth or our nnnual box of clothing for Buck ncr Orphans Home If you hnvo old clothing that enn bo mado over or wish to donnto now material it will bo gratefully received Such donations can bo sont to Mrs J C LnFrado Next Wednesday aftomoon the Blblo lesson will bo tnught by Brother Bar rott Romans IX X and XI chapters will bo the lesson All nrc cordially invited to nttend REPORTER tho Kitchen Cabinet thai saves milos of steps 1 Are You Cheerful Today You may liave the finest of kitchens and the best of foods but If your kitchen work taxes your strength takes up your lelsuro hours and tends to make you tho least bit dissatisfied the dinner will lack somothing That cheerful spirit which is the foundation of overything real good Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 October 1919

Wapay the highest market prices for hides i Write Phone Wire for Pmces THE SAN ANOELO FAIB Everything is being put in readiness to open the San Angelo Fair Carnival and Race Meet on October 2Sth and which continues to November 1st inclusive Special rates will be offered on railroads and record breaking crowds are expected Over one hundredrace horses have been entered for the 6000 in purses that is offered Exhibits in all departments arc to be full and complete Cattle sale conducted by Col Earl Gartm of GrccnsbuTg Ind on Friday Oitobcr 31st No expense is spared by the Associa tion to furnish amusement at the Fair Areojilane flights comedy arts goat wiHimew1 American Coal Grain and Hide Co Phone 101 501 Grant St Amarillo Texas COAL Get your Winters Supply of Coal Now We have the bestof Ccilo rado Domestic Coal We have no delivery FARMERS GRAIN COMPANY Tulia Texas Phone 15 v SMhhL tu roping broncho and bull riding etc will be on the program Guy Guffey of the Vigo Park coun try was in T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 October 1919

I K fcs jpcaor KOI WE ARE LISTENING FOR YOUR ORDER Dont disappoint us and we can assure you we will not disappoint you Our Prices Speak for Themselves The Tulia Grocery Co xoxaoi 30E30I + loeaot 30E30I lonoi Announcing the Sale of The TEXAN 377 H P AUTOMOBILE Touring or Roadster 1250 34 Ton delivery 1200 1 12 Ton Truck complete with any one of five style bodies 1525 All prices F O B Fort Worth Texas For quick deivlery see me at once L H SUGGS X at City Drug Store = 30EXOI I0C30 D o aono TULB DAMP NO 1028 W O W QULTON TAYLOR Bogular meeting night Tuesday of each week in the hall over tho Tslla Bank Trust Co Members urged to bo present and visiting Sovereigns r always welcome J O BABB C O N JONES Clerk LAWYERS Tulia V Texas Subscriptions taken at publishers price riynt t How about that PROMISED PICTURE See our displays at the Tulia Bank Trust Co the Crawford Pharmacy and in front of the Olympic Theatre MRS REX RODGERS Moine Studio Tulia Texas + < + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 October 1919

t ENOLEMAN OBRYAN Owners BARNETT OBRYAN Editor J B ENOLEMAN Publisher Subscription JL50 Ptr Yssx THESE COOL DAYS Are a forerunner of much colder weather Better be prepared We are at your service with a good stock of warm clothing Leather Coats Leather Vests Heavy Sweaters Moleskin Coats with Sheepskin Lining Fur Caps We handle Carhartt Overalls Hansen Gloves Kuppenheimer Suits and Overcoats Cooper Underwear WalkOver Shoes W L Douglas Shoes Stetson Hats that are different Mallory Hats Entered u tecosdclu m ll msttsr t the poitoffie it Tali Tsrxs TULIA TEXAS OCTOBER 24 1919 SPECIAL EFFOKTS FOB BECBUITS IN BAPTIST FIELDS OF WORK Dallas Texas Oct 22 In all the Baptist schools of the South twelve of which are located in Texas Friday October 24th will he ob ervo < l as the day for i ailing out the called On this day concerted efforts will he made to induce a large number of the strongest consecrated young men and women attending those schools to enlist in the ministerial missionary and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 October 1919

r 3 LOCAL AND PERSONAL s v7 Soo tho Nov TEXAN at the Ford Oarage t WANTKlf A goouNmlch cow ttlng 22 on Line 28 A P foAItTIN Tulln vTcxas v I3il Wo have A TJelcctlon of Perfect DIAMONDS Iiee to Suit Crawford Pharmacy It h Props one of our successful fnrmdrs attended to business matters In Tulln Wednesday Poor luck in linklnc will ruin the best disposition WltliVColos Hot Hlast Rnngo your luck is aftays splendid Harry Cromer who is attending Wnyland Ilnptlst College nt Plnliiview spont Sunday with hit home folk Ired Oromer and family Little Hiss Morion Ioulw Tucker was lioni Prldny morning October ltli to lilcss tho lives of her parents Mr and Mrs Marlon li Tucker T T Conslillno Biiperintendent of tho United States Weather Bureau in jYinnrlllo spent last 1ridiy in Tulia tlio guest of his friend Col Ion Mulhnll POUND A red heifer fcalf top left car cut off nnd slit in center Enquire of E M OitASSMAN on nnd a hnlf miles northeast of Kress Texas 13lp liobt IJousscr a hustling fanner of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 October 1919

GOOD FURNITURE is YOUR DUTY TO HOMEr HOME r > io ig y aJ i CARA NOME The Latest Creation of REXALL Toilet Preparations The Finest Perfume and Toilet Preparations that can be produced A Distinctive and Most Exquisite Odor They all say Isnt It Wonderful Talcum Powder 100 Face Powder 200 Toilet Water 350 Perfume per oz 350 Combination Packages 1000 The Package Design the Height of Lithographers Art CARA NOME I CRAWFORD PHARMACY j Phone 39 Bufe ja Phone 39 5 1 MoSerrf Furniture Needs In th e dining room in the parlor in the hall are manjnplaces callng for individual pieces of furniture For Instance there are stands of variousJclnds hat racks china closets book casesln each of these needs and in many others Ve have a variety of styles from which to choose They are both Useful and Ornamental We offer a worthwhile collection of table and floor lamps porch furniture etc There is scarcely a limit to the list of Items we carry under this class of furniture A casual stroll through our displ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 October 1919

w f 3 8 J X 5 Hj PUBLIC SALE On account of moving away I will sell at Public Auction at my places three miles north of Vigo Park on i > Wednesday October 29 19 > Tx the following property beginning at 10 oc lock a m 1 saddle pony 6 years old 1 sorrel mare 4 years old 2 sorrel horses 8 and 9 years old weight 1500 4 i35 ia7 in 1 blue mare 3 years old Mu g 1 2 year old Horse 1 yearling filley t 1 bay work horse smooth mouth < 1 span of small work mules 4 years old 1 bay horse smooth mouth 14 < i ir 1 yearling horse 1 1 blue horse 4 years i r SS3 li 1 set of heavy leather harness 2 saddles 3J UHU 5 head of milk cows 1 2 yearling heifers 1 jersey 5 years sub reg 1 brindle 2yearold milk cow 1 white face milk cow 7 years old 1 good milk cow 5 years old 1 good jersey 6 years old giving milk > > i 2 300 lb meat hogs 1 reg Poland China male 7 months old 1 milwaukee row binder in good shape J 1 riding plow with sod attachments 1 cultivator with shovels s ifT vrr Ji 1 cultivat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 October 1919

TEXAS CHRISTIAN CHURCHES TO CAMPAIGN rOB 350000 Dallas Texas Oct 22 Considerable interest is being manifested in the cam palpal to bo launched November 10th by the Christian Churches in Texas to ral o 350000 for their educational missionary and benevolent interests Of the fund 190000 has been apportioned to Texas Christian University of Tort Worth 25000 to CnrrBurdctte College of Sherman 25000 to Mid S M MI Telephone No 110 ford S C Concll of Pilot Point Judge II A Cunningham of Bonham A J Curry of Brcckcnridgc Geo P Cuth rell of Sherman W E Damcron of Hereford j Geo E Dillcy of Palestine Ben XL Edwards of Paris Prank El kins of Midland A E En ell of IIous ton Chas A Finch of Tcxarkana II It Pord of Beaumont Graham Frank of Dallas W E Gee of Amarillo II a Garrison of Austin J W Gates of Coleman Chas II Gibson of Waxaha chic C A Haden of Corsicnna Col land College 75000 to the missionaryiby Halt of Fort Worth W W Harri interests and 35000 to Julictt Fowler son of Greenville II W Head...

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