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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 November 1919

US BH B ElB ElB B B 0B 0B B B B B flB flB B B B a B ElB Ela B B H B a B ElB B B B H B B B to PUBLIC 3 Grain Drills 1 HiglpWheeL Wagon 1 Feed Wafon Vvifc Ilk M f The Tulia Herald will make CLUBBING RATES our subscribers for any newspaper or magazine ht Crust Soft Wheat Hard Wlieat The quality ofthese brands of flour is the very best We also have whole wheat flour Cream and Pearl Meal Shorts Bran and Block Salt We have a car of C S cake and meal We urge you to try our flour FARMERS GRAIN COMPANY Having rented my place I will sell my personal property eight miles northeast of Tulia Texas on November 141919 3 work mules 1 large work horse 1 Buggy horse 1 Bay mare 1 Gray mare FARM IMPLEMENTS 1 Acme Mower 1 Acme sulky hay rake 1 Acme Buck Rake 1 Two Row Planter 1 Acme Header 1 Broad cast Binder 1 Row Binder 2 Drag Harrows 1 2Row Go Devil 1 1Row Go Devil 1 Corn Shelter V < beginning at 100 oclock p m The following described property 2 Disk Harrows 1 Corn and Cotton Planter 1 3Gang John ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 November 1919

VSfj > Wyi jfce tji f Hides Furs Bring your Hides to I us Highest market prices paid Green or Dry i > SAVE ALL YOUR COTTON SEED SUITABLE TOE PLANTING In 1M is a large part of onr state rjunly Central Northwest and Southwest Texas practically inude no cotton and was compelled to buy seed from tho more favored sections of tho State More than half of the Etate must buy planting seed for next year and these Feed must come from Central and Northwest Texas where the best seed are cow known to be From this section deed for planting next crop must be obtained The Department of Agriculture cow urges every fanner cot only to bold cotton but to also hold seed suitable for rJwntine These eed will bring the top prices Already some seed have Fold far above the market price If vou sell to the mills they will crush j The Turkey Man Telephone No 110 TULIA TEXAS TWELVE PHOTOGRAPHS will make twelve ACCEPTABLE CHRISTMA I wil1 bo Ivst for you to mKe ap vnmi wnt TODAY for sitting rR Hi I GIFTS REX ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 November 1919

4 i K I MAKJ YOUB PLANS TO JD THE 3rd BED OBOSS BOLL CALL rOB MEMBERS NOV 2 TO 11 1010 Volume 10 CENSUS INTERPRETATION OF TUB WORD FARM Washington November 3 Wlmt is A farm I Scorns n foolish question to nek doesnt Itf Almost niiyono enn tell off liand just what ti farm is nnd knows one when ho hcos it But do you hnppcn to know tho interpretation Undo Sam pliieos on the word fnrm for census purposed Not Then rend how Ids Hurcmi of the Census defines tho word A form for census purposes is nil tho lnnd which Is directly farmed by ono person conducting agricultural op orations either by his own labor or with tho assistance of members of his household or hired employees In further explanation of this definition tho Census Bureau points out that tho term agricultural operations is used as a general term referring to tho work of growing crops producing other agricultural products nnd raising domestic animals poultry or bees From this definition it will be scon that afarmmny consist of a i...

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

KRa ERNEST WHITE Kditor Lay a bet on rolling em with 2nd Monday in December 1919 being the Stli day of December A I 1019 then and there to answer a petition filed I in said Court on the 21rd day of Of tober A D 1919 in a cause numbeied 1321 therein J B Wilson 1 Mulhall Edna Nichols and husband K Nichols Catli1 ernie Pauh and husband II 1aull anil Eli McDonald are plaintiffs unci C W Ford individually aud as executor of the estate of Mrs E A Ford deceased the heirs of Mrs E A Ford deceased JoiOe Dickason and husba nif Dickason Mary Elizabeth Lemrnons a minor Coleman Wesley Lcmmons a minor Dennis Zimmermann guardian of the estates of Mnry Elizabeth Lcmmons and Coleman Wesley lemmons minors the unknown heirs of Hey wood Fowler deeeubed the unknown heirs of Mrs Haywood Fowler deceased Mrs Hey wood Fowler Bertie McCann and husband McCann Carrie fitroup and husband Louis Htroup Molliu Malone and husband J II M alone Clarra Bond and husband John Bond Tcnnie t unumghnm and husband Jim Cunni...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 November 1919

H D o D o n o F T BEIPWOBTB President 5M S ian FARMERS of solicited locaoi o n o aoraoc LIFT CORNS OR CALLUSES OFF Doesnt hurt Lift any corn or callus off with finjjers Dont eufferl A tiny bottle of Freo cono costs but a few cento at any drugstore Apply a few drops on the corns calluses and bard skin on bottom of t W A CATE8 Vic President J W BKIFWOBTH Jr Cashier < i h > Guaranty Fund Bank TATE BANK < 5 > tv Capital and < Undivided Profits 2000000 Your Banking usiness Respectfully The Safest Place to Invest Your Earnings S3 we imonsaBiP IOEXOZ XOE30I SOE30E aoi aoraoc mm Army Shoes for Farm Wear W cany election of work ahou made on the famom Munson Army Ztgt thi xaort comfortable T r d algned The ibOM h T flexible Mmuid voft irppn make yon forget your feet when working Theyre the famous BRAND AllLeather Shoes Seo ni for shot comfort and service LINN BOTTSWo Wo Fit Your Feet V A BECK Staple and Fancy Groceries NOTIONS GET MY PRICES BEFOR B BUYING ELSEWHERE Postoffice B...

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

aB iVB > The REX ALL Modern Method of Advertising Opeko Breakfast Coffee 1 pound of coffee for lc E wj A wonderful blend of Hi mild coffee A good QPFKO s3 Sa One Cent Equals One Dollar value at 65c per lb 2g A pound for lc if you buy 2 pounds Standard Price Two Pounds 130 This sale Three Pounds 131 Household Remedies 60c Analgesic Balm 2 for 61c 40c Baby Laxative 2 for 41c 50c Blood Tablets 2 for 51c 25c Bunion Ease 1 2 for 26e 20c Carbolic Salve j 2 for 26c 50c Catarrh Spray Imp 2 for 51c 23e Cathartic Pills 2 for 26c 155 Celery and Iron Tonic 2 for 12ti 25e Charcoal Tablets 2 for 26c 65e Cherry Brk Cough 8yr 2 for 66e 25e Cleaning Fluid i 2 for 26c 25c Cold Tablets 2 for 26e 13c Corn Solvent 2 for 16c 50c Eczema Ointment 2 for 51c 30c Foot Bath Tablets 2 for 31c JOc Foot Ponder i 2 for 31c 25e Grippe Pills Z 2 for 6e 10c Headarhe Powders 2 for lie 5c Headache Powders 2 for 26c Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets For dyspepsia flatulence and kindred ailments They counteract acidity and fer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 November 1919

n > Volume 10 In another column will be found nn advertisement announcing the Thanksgiving turkey dinner mid nuppor In Kress This dinner nnd mippcr will bo glvon by the Indict of the Civic League of Kress The proceeds will bo used toward paying for a sanitary water famt Hk tt Xltm Khool building and ft tx > Mr mrtbjr eJ t eo 14 bt e r tfhatTouGd InL HOOSIER JtXo Extra Gost Hoosiers Celebrated Flour Bin 1 i found In nddltlon to most excellent edibles furnished a number of good speakers hnvo been secured Already has the Civic Longuo accomplished much for the good of Kress and lot us all give them our hearty financial support and encourngomont by attending the Thanksgiving dinner This request applies to the peoplo of Tulia as well as othor sections of Swisher County BEING made entirely of metal and glass the flour bin In Hoosler Kitchen cabinets leaves no place for dust or gorms to lodge Tightly fastened to the cabinet it Is never dented never spills never gets out UTOio daon pnu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 November 1919

nvi T < C > MR EHNK8T WHITE Editor Happy Texas A JL JL JL M2j O jttl Jl a JL jl IlJ Ej jTjL < < < c < M v < WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES SHELF H VRDWARE and CHINA WARE MEAT MARKET IN CONNECTION TOM BANDY X Happy Texas f Telephone Calls Answered Promptly J F WHITE President MRS C G INNES Vice President E A LOGAN Cashier C O STONE Assistant Cashier L I > LOCKBTT Dray and Transfer tenn < Quick Dearwy On the Job AH tk Tims 1 Satisfaction to AJB the Bsaeis Tu fie tte mat modi i n extlu3i e i n cptr plant in Texan Vhcre a stt I yrtctzr and Urjer newspaper will be published v < jt yem nrdisi in BARQAIH DAtjS ccmber let to 15th Jlnnudllu THE Ii LESS THAN LAST YEAS The Rtgukr Ratei of J 00 tmj 7 0 Pducvd to TAia ijood only > T ft t fr Patrick Girtcooa dad Eiqht Comics True Oi C bs Accuratj I idepindet CfileodeBPaper Zactca Saadan Ccituiu Cslcr Qreun Jf etf fucn i 2vuy tiwupapur Bvi ua iuucrtuuuai Pa ir ojt Viel With Mora Nvwu Horn Fuuiami ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 November 1919

r i C E o D o o a o These cars are sel order WET J THERE IS ONE POINT wo w b to impr rs on you and that is in buying Groceries from us you are buying absolutely the besttfh the market today If any one dfip you a LOWER PRICE dont fail to COMPARE THE GOODS E30 The New Texan IS SELLING FAST F 8 become the most popular Car for Texans TGUUAG OR ROADSTER CAR 145000 at Tulia better get your L HSUGGS Agent at City Drugstore r t t Agents wanted for eacht own1in Brisco County ot = CE lornoi lonaon i w r cairriN UAJOK MBADB T QBIITIN JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF oys NenandWomen Be sure to calMn avid Some exceptional and Misses Caps seeus bef qvq you buy argams m womens a n o + Fresh Fruit and Staple and Fancy Gro ceries carried in stock at all times known W 0 Conner Swisher County Texas Albert Itldor mid Mrs Nancy Kinendc joined by licr husband if any whoie residence is unknown i nnil tliu nnkown heirs of I for emise of nctlon ngninst tlic said Do j fendnnts this Ilnintiff would respectfully re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 November 1919

0o o 0o H HMr + KHH + iiN FALL ARRIVALS Anticipating a big demand in our Fall lines we have purchased wisely and as to how well we ask your inspection There is a wide range of novelty and assortment so vast that all tastes can be satisfied When it comes to prompt deliveries and low prices we easily eclipse all competitors One visit will verify our every statement efcr buy what you need now in all lines Goods are Not going to be cheaper Dont ouiself THE TULIA HERALD ENdLEMAN OBBYAH Own rf BABNETT OBBYAN Editor J 8 ENOLEMAN Publisher Subscription 1150 Ttt Yur Entered u eoadeUu Kill mitUr t tb poitoSie at Tall This TULIA TEXAS NOV 14 1919 Leland Gilbreath of Hereford was in Tulia Thursday and Friday to isit his aunt Mrs J L Cantrell ami to attend the HerefordTulia basket ball game Lieut L L Kotrebue who is with the army recruiting station in Plain view was in Tulia Tuesday visiting with his friends Scott B yer and H 0 Ware Just received a ear of Bran and Belle of Wichita Flour BUSH ALE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 November 1919

H I i83 r LOCAL AND PERSONAL Charlie Dcnii of Painpn visited Inend in Tula thli weak V C Hagood win looking nftor Imsl nesit mutters in Aiiinrillo Tuesday Sheriff fl Porter returned home Momlny night from n liuslntss trip to El Pn o Wi T Tovvincnd progressive liini nr 9 innn of Happy waslnTullu Mnn dny on business Hoy loftcss of Iliirendnn visilcd ivltli Tnllii friends tliii week nlid nt ttoiidcd to Mime business matters Judge Chariot Clement of Plain vir was an esteemed visitor in Titlln Tuesday Completo Lines of MAHV OAHDHN and MAVIS TOHUT ATtTICIlIS Till RIIXAUf STOKK Aid Mr IX 1 Oass of Hereford in spending the week in Tulla visiting with her daughter Mrs a C llutehi son Miss Vern Porter a worthy student in Clarendon College spent a portion of his week with her parents Mr and Mrs W A Porter LOST A jewel Ijlgln woleh hunt in case Tinder will be rewarded by leaving same nt Ilcrnldofficc 45tfc CapL A Simpson of tho law firm of Kimbrough Underwood Jackson Simpson of Amarillo was in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 November 1919

K a r B U M B n Rubber Goods Water Bags Bulb Syringes Ear and Ulcer Syringes Ice Caps Throat Bags Sponges All Goods Guaranteed Consider Your Holiday Shopping NOW Holding afcig g rt r quality in meat of oar Store nierciaadlst we boy is largely rasponstnle for to con unued rolrta and success of this Store We do not oesitatt to say Hatt ire vo gone to every market tils season to mate em sslaetlon for iow and holidays a To mrtctot of toolntaialng oor WJn staedattl of quality we bad to4o ttia j j v While it has takin tn lonfw sastMWawItoas the reward to sattaflsd tsatmaat wffl more than repay for the efjSott to vui f w iiiNi l the wsa aU a ya < tf JMSSbA Wbile in Flainiew drop in and eee the new arrange > CARTER HOUSTONS A PLEASANT PLACE TO SHOP R J REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO WlnitonS Keep Wei M f < n f A Fountain Syringes Infant Syringes Neuralgia Bottles Face Bottles Nipples Pacifiers Kantleek Hot Water Bags CRAWFORD P HSA RMACT Phone 39 a > Phone 39 Do not allow the poisons of un...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 November 1919

lw ioaot n o D o IOE30E XOE30E aoEaoi LIFT OFF CORNS IOE30E I0C30C 30E30E Apply few drops then lift sore touchy corns off with fineers Doesnt hurt a bltl Drop a little 1rcorouo on an aching corn instantly that corn stops hurting thon you lift it right out Yes maglcl A tiny bottlo of Frocrone costs but a few conts at nny drug store but is XOEXOI 30E30C 30E30E iodo F T SKIIWORTH President W A GATES Vice President O J W SKIPWORTlt Jr Cashier n p FARMERS STATE BANK of Kress 5 N s Guaranty Fund Bank Capital and Undivided Profits 2000000 In buallty theyre luuurpassod Theyre tho famous STAR BRAND AllLeather Shoes See us for shoo comfort and service LINN BOTTS Kross Texas Wo Fit Your Ieot XOdOI oraon o D o nocaoc aocaoi socaox 30C30E V V BECK IOE30E 30E30E S Staple arid Fancy Groceries 3 NOTIONS GET MY PRICES BEFOE E BUYINQ ELSBWIIEHE iostoifice Building Phono 42 fV inTtni mimm ineang 20E30E 30E30C ioaot 30E30E n Your Banking Business Respectfully solicited The Safest Place to Invest YomvEa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 November 1919

V lf + + MM 4 FOUND A red helferealf top left ear cut off and slit incenter Enquire of E M GBASSMAN one and a half miles northeast of Kress Texas 434p Public S HORSES AND MULES 12 work mules as good as the best from 3 to 6 years old weight 1200 to 1350 3 good horses 5 to 8 yers old weight from 1100 to 1400 lbs all broke 2 mares 7 to 10 years old weight 1200 good ones 228 HEAD CATTLE < 22 Hereford cows calves and 2 year olds 5 Jersey cows good ones 3 milk cows good one s 35 steer yearlings l year old past 163 Hereford yearling heifers 1 year old past good ones all dehorned and vaccinated 175 HEAD EWES Ramboulette and Delaine stock all in good condition age 2 to 5 years 53 REGISTERED HOGS 7 registered sows 45 reg pigs 1 reg male 8 meat hogs good of Mrs V K llendrix She camo to Tulia with her mother from Now Mexico eight years ago Her sweet cheerful manner lias won for her a host of friends Sho made good in high school and has marked musical ability The groom is tho eldest son of Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 November 1919

Li St s v Volume 10 WILL ISSUE QUOTATIONS Washington I C November 14 To glvo to producers nniVothers Information regarding nclunl cotton prices In tiicir locnl or ncnrb Important mark ots the Bureau of Stnrkots of tfio Unit Oil States Department of Agriculture Is inaugurating n cotton prico qiiotniion aorvico and will is uo reports from five imjiortnnt points In the cotton belt Cottonseed prices also will bo covorcd The first report Is to bo Issued from Memplils Term for tlio illstrlct im iniillnlely surrounding that point other reports will follow from illstrlct headquarters at Allantn Onj New Or Icyins ln Cliitrlotte N C nnil Dallas Texas for tlie territory inimeillntclj surrounding encli of these points the Kitchen Cabinet that saves miles of steps BElNO aud wttrtly of meUl and daw th floor J Hoi Xttcb ftebiacrti > no placo for dost or gtrms to lodge jTlghUy fatUMdto tho aabinrt It It ntrar dtntod neTerspilla never g U oat W t M 3W o tMnm si ooRwnb pnoXsg p jo Hoojter hr iclin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 November 1919

SOX 6D D o IOE30E 1 STANDINO IDLE Wheather partially or completely discharged EVEBEADY excepted 2 PABTLY EMPTY Not enough distilled water In battery to keep separators from being ruined or too strong add causing damage to separators or plates 3 FBEEZINQ When exposed to low temperature and not kept fully charged BESTJLT You pay out from 35 to 50 next Spring for a new battery THE ONE WAY to INSURE Your Battery Store your battery so as to Insure plenty of power for Starting and Lighting SERVICE next Spring leave it in an EVEBEADY Service Station where it will have 1 Plates and Separators kept covered with solution a Periodlc charging to keep battery in proper condition 3 Protection against freezing BEStJTLT your battery is completely restored and is keen toget back to its job when Spring arrives SI T > j re For first class Auction Service phone or write Adams McCrerey AUCTIONEERS Wayside Texas IOEIOI O D o IOI mtmm mmm Christmas Gifts Select your Christmas Gifts NOW from our Complet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 November 1919

a A J H ii OAED OF TILVKKS I wish io tnke this mothod of expressing the very f ront thnnks af my eolf nnd fnmily to tlio Mothoiljatk o Tulia for tlio ninny kindnesses Hint tlioy havo so gohcrously aliown to us during our stay in tliclr midst From our cry first coming o tlio nioiucit of our leaving tlipy Iiho In < = rj many Train shown 11 Milieus of heirt tlmlllrts boon much appreciated liy 111 Wo nrt < sorry tliat wd have not been nliVuo necomplliili moro for them than vvohnjic but wo ca h only say Hint we did tic i bet wo cnulil and tlio will ind lUttro nif linve t > it taken fottlijijdiictlj J We nlscrilcsiro to Jay tlyUJ < ui v4 vmj bdqn tlio kind tlirilllnnii jU yf iof > wljo are mciiibcra gC otliur cbivrclili a yt of tlioso who nre nbt members afrnnv i to whomvvo wish to expri9 our church Uld Mmrf 0 > lran VnfttuntL Aue elncoTo nndlicnrtlest npprrchtrtin V t 7l 1t ptl t nnl the other a Art out1res ennnot but mnke especial mention some of them No nion huo ovor ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 November 1919

i m m THE TULIA HERALD ENQLEMAN OBRYAN Ownen BABNETT OBEYAN Editor J B ENQLEMAN Publisher Subscription JL50 Per Year Entered u secondclass mill matter at the pcitoffiee at Tolls Texas TULIA TEXAS NOVEMBEK 21 1919 Ye editor wait pleased to accept the kind offer of County Agent 1L 0 Ware and go with him to the southwestern portion of the Country where Mr Ware vaclnnated a number of cattle for Messrs Shaw and Compton Mr Ware in certainly a busy rnas but he is pleasing and accommodating at all times and is doing a work for the fanners stockmen and boys of Swisher County which is growing in importance Our people appreciate him too and are gls4 to speak in praise of his efficient work STATES RIGHTS IN TIIE LEGION Because the American Legion has grown more rapidly than its machinery has grown it has become necessary for some of the State organizations to tako dcfiulto actions on vital questions without waiting for the national convention or consulting the temporary executive committee This...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 November 1919

f jj 1 r LOCAL AND PERSONAL The TEXAN 377 H > Automo bili at the Ford Garage Mrs O It Bruce and daughter Miss Zera wero visitors in Flathviow Tuesday Complete Lines of MJUtY GARDEN and MAV1B TOILETAART1CLES THE REXALL STORE Max Crawford Is in Fort Worth where he Is working in the interests of the Inon Automobile Company Ira L Tucker one of our hustling grocery merchants was looking after business in Amarillo last week llr 11 L Smith of Cisco hpmt a portion of thisweek in Tulio visiting with his niece Mrs F E Savage LOST A 7jowetyBlgin watch hunting case Finder wilhbe rewarded by leaving same at teralit office 4Stfc J J Ellard of Plainview was a business visitor in Tulia Tuesday evening Mr Ellard was enroute home from Amarillo 1 Miss Sarah Ross matron in the Nichols sanitarium iu Plainview was in Tulia Sunday the guest of Judge and Mrs W 8 Tomlinson Miss Annie Meflpadden returned home Monday morning from a several days visit with relatives and friends In Amarillo and Dalhart Art F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 November 1919

SPEND 20000000 EDUCAT DAPTI6TS PLAN MUCH ttAnOEfl PROVISION FOR ALL L THEIR INSTITUTIONS WILL AID RURAL SCHOOLS Success of 75 MllflBsCvnj j Mean Strenolhenfna fcf uESftortV studen student the Forces Along Llnejn vNejtt FlVeVearsi > u against S7 from other sections and only 10 from the South enter college at against 21 from other sections Distributed throughout the territory f the Southern Baptist Convention are 141 educational Institutions In BE WISE FEATHER YOUP NESTFOS THE FUTUR JUST SAW ItfOOD AHD SAVEM THERE IS A BIG SATISFACTION IN SAVINgJtf mm < STAMPS i yltg thosn npsda that tha 10000009 apportioned to Christian education will be expended I To thoso Institutions the denomination Is looking for Its trained leaders to holp carry forward the work alow every lino contemplated In tlio 75 000 000 campnlsn In Tcths nlono thoro are 700 pustorlosi Baptist churches and probably the same proportion holds In the other slate It Is hoped the campaign will call out S000 volunteers for...

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