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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 November 1919

o n o o D o r THERE IS ONE POINT we wish to impress on you and that is in buying Groceries from us you are buying absolutely the best on the market today If any one offers you a LOWER PRICE dont fail to COMPARE THE GOODS iocaor The Tulia Grocery Co ioesoe NOTICE Tlio Stato of Texas County it Potter lOESOE OE30E To tlioso Indebted to or holding claims against thu oVtnto ofMattio 12 Rush deceased Tlio undersigned Vivhig been duly unpointed ailnilnUtrntryr with the will annexed on tlio ostatcX of Mattio 12 Hush deceased lateof Vottcr County Texas by Ray 0 JohnsouUudgo of tlio County Court ofsaid County on tlio 28th day of August 1110 during a rog ulnr term thereof hereby notifies nil porsons indebted to until cstntoVto coino forward mid mnlco settlement and thoso having claims against said ostnto to present them to her within tho tinio proscribed by law nt hor rcsldcnco at 1005 Harrison Street in tho City of Amnrlllo Potter County Texas where hliu receives her ninll this 22nd day of Se...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 November 1919

Hides Furs Bring your Hides to us Highest market prices paid Green or Dry PARENTTEACHERS ASSOCIATION TENDS TO rEACTIOAL RESULTS The Parent Teachers Association met nt the school building Thursday November 13th with quite n nice attendance jfc It is especially urged on the mothers Slhaljtbcy join nudcooperato vYitb the wtcichers fortho gcntfnl Welfare of the I school Many things need to bo corrected lack of equipment carlcssness in sanitation etc and often just haling the attention of the proper author tics drawn to thc e dofects insures their being remedied A mothers viewpoint and a teachers are seldom identical and acquaintance will result in a better understanding whieh will make better pupils and bet ter schools and thus make better homes and towns It is imperative that you know what manner of man or woman has your child under bis control during the greater part of its working hours and it Is equally as much the teachers right to know the kind of homes from which bis pupils come ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 November 1919

i > fo TIME FOR ENROLLMENT IN RED CROSS THIRD ROLL CALL EXTENDED TO NOV 22 JOIN AND KEEP US FROM FAILING WE TULIA HERALD Vlume 10 Continued from first page days until our band it tailed to render mbaio for state and national occasions if they keep up their splendid abill tUs tUsAt At the clone of the recess the various counties were culled and the following gentlemen placed in nomination and Acted an Vice Presidents for their respectivecounllea Curry county New Mexico Bert Curless of Clovis Room ik U county jNew Mexico CV liar rin of Portalea Parmer county Texas R L Jordan of FarweU Castro county Texas D B Woodlec of Dim mitt 8wither county Texas J M Simpson of Tulia Briscoe county Tixa John Burson of Silverton Hall eaunfy Texas W A Mcintosh ot Memphis Childress andCollingsworth eounties are also on this proposed route but as their delegates were noCprceni tlie matter will be taken up with them later and a VlcePres dent elected for their counties lltev I N Jett of Clovis presente...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 November 1919

< MIS ERXEST WHITE Editor + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES SHELF HARDWARE and GHINAwARE MEAT MARKET IN CONNECTION TOJVI BANDY Happy Texas Telephone Calls Answered Promptly + + > + + < < < FIRST STATE BANK fOi Happy Texas A Guaranty Fund Bank with Capable and Accommodating Officers Safety Deposit Boxes for rent J F WHITE President L D LOCKETT Dray and Transfer Serrlci Quick BeJlTery On the Job All the Ttmft Satisfaction to AH the People Happy Texu I Patrick Cartoons and Eight Comics Daily I T I True Oil Nerus Accurate Independent 8 page Calender Paper Eotogravure Section Sunday OuUidc Color Qrcea MRS C G INNES Vice President E A LOGAN Cashier C O STONE Assistant Cashier sattt TiLamon ooxrAmr Wm COWA f llmmMfv A UleploM im year mii e af nix FortTBorft will t jtm ataay fUpa But Treasury Sariigs Certificates Ouer 65000 Dailq 70000 Sunday I IMLLION DOLLAR TIETDSPAPER PLANT To be the most modem exclusive news...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 November 1919

1 ifjA 4 I l KS m r O D INI I io aoi aoi AOI D o n o o Q o P T In Duality theyre unsurpassed Kress Texas D o 10E30E = tOC30E 30E30E 1IFT CORNS OR CALLUSES OFF Doesnt hurt Lift any corn or callus off with fingers Dont sufforl A tiny bottlo of Froo < mho costs but a fow cents nt any drugstore Apply a fow drops on tho corns calluses nnd hard skin on bottom of 30EIOE one SKIPWORTUi President WA CATES Vice President t J W silpVoRTH Jr Cashier FARMERS STATE BANK of Kress Guaranty Fund Bank Capital and Undividl Profits 2000000 Your Banking Business Respectfully solicited The Safest Place to Invest Your Earnings Army Shoes for Farm Wear Wt carry a > itlectlon of work thou taxi on the famous Munson Army Last tfci most comforUbls osr ds nlfnsd TbtM shoes Iut flexible olMNuid soft npptri auk you forget your feet when working Theyre the famous STAR BRAND AllLeather Shoes See us for shoo comfort and serrlee TexasLINN BOTTS Wa Fit Your Feet IOE V A BECK Staple and FancyGfoceries NOTIONS OET...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 November 1919

1I I Sale of our Entire Stock Ladies Distinctive Suits and Coats Creations from Printzess Schu man Jeffras Friedman and other Nationally famous designers Our originally low 1450 Now 1165 Our originally low 1950 Now 1575 Our originally low 2950 Now 2285 Our originally low 3950 Now 2985 Our originally low 4950 Now 3975 Our originally low 5950 Now 4875 Our originally low 7450 Now 5975 Our originally low 9850 Now 7950 Michael Stern Clothcraf t Mayer and CohenGoldman Suits and Overcoats for Men and Young Men We have juit received another shipment of nobby suits tu belted and ronton am e models for uuu and oung mm including waist Mam models in sins to 42 Clothing wan never known to be so ixarce at it is today and we ate fortunate jn securing an excellent assortment to offer We are keeping our prices an low a possible ou guaranteed quality and firmJy believe we can nave jou a muili an 410 00 to 1500 bamd ou present market prices Suits In all sixes from JJ regular to 40 stout and 44 long ji...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 November 1919

w 1 gyrj Volume 10 RovHayncs of Can on wni in Till lft Inst Sunflny und delivered n splendid sermon nt tlio morning hour Several days njto 11 ov llaynos ImO boon culled is pastor of tlto Tnlln Ircshj terlun church Wcdiioidn he notified thu church thatho had accepted the call o tlio church Itov Unynos nnd family ivHI move tuinlm n soon ns tiny can uociiro pokicshIuii of tlio minute Mr A L HaWkina hits sold his residence to Mrs Allie Ingram Air llnw klni nnil family expect to movo to South TcxaT They hnvo loiiji boon residents of Tnlln nnil our peoplo have learned to line nnil respect them decided to conic the Kitchen Cabinet tal saves miles of steps Mo I Gelefor Flour Bin BEING raado entirely of metal and glass tho flour uln in Hooslcr Kitchen cabinets leaves uo place for dust or germs to lodge Tightly fastened to tho cabinet it Is novcr dented never spills never gets out treota daw pus niJ < n WIso orfj bi j uonsanb puoXoa uopio jo HooslcrIs tho scientific cabinet the one you sho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 November 1919

ki < Jt t t XT 3J MRS ERNEST tyiriTK Editor fi ml upo > 1 m M < mS tJtr + ttm at fan p > 300 cJ rwttmt tn s gUtunm pspmr tovrrd c + rton Wm fvn ro oinmnd thit crt n for thm Aou fuCicm mpfly or wtinjQutftl f WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS DRYV GOODS AND GROCERIES SHELF HARDWARE and OHINAWARE MEAT MARKET IN C TOM BAN NHappy Tex s NNECTION Y Telephone Cal s Answered Promptly > < < > > < I > > S FIRST STAT Of Happy 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 AssistantCashier Mr di1 Mm O O Baker and Xlrs Brooks were shopping in Tuli Tuesday j Mr M B MeManigaJ left Thursday morning far Wayne Nebraska bating riMKij < il word that hit mother Mrs Kan XNManigal was very low She was some bcU < r vhen he got then Mr and Mrs Orant Hello and daugh tor aahli s > ent Similar at the Bella liume here Mr Snl Guest anil family left Tl ur dav ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 November 1919

w r p lb rai m IW s G o U o a o D o agnlH t Hush The undoVdg appointed adr annexed on tf wf1 County Court of 28th day of Align ujar term thoioo persons indebted I forward and inak1 aoraon + 4 + + + 444 < w r GKirriN Doys i iniitratrix with the will jestnto of Mattlo II Hush deceasedVale of Potter County Texas by Bay Oohiisoii Judgo of tho Id County on the 010 during a rog sal cby notifies all estate to eomo setUoineut and those having clnluui ngalns Bald ostato to present tliiu tf her within tho tinio prescribed by law at hort residence nt 1005 Harrison Street In thy City of Amnrlllo Potter County Texrts whero flio receives her mail this 22ud day of September 1010 Claims must bo ac WTjpJT JI S r T County i > 30E30E aocjor r f THERjS is one point we wish to impression you and that is in buying Groceries frona us you are buying absolutely the best on tne market today If any one offers you a LOWER PRICE dont fail to COMPARE THE GOODS onaoc aosaoK = 301 = 301 = aomoc nonao n IS SE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 November 1919

Jonaoi a o n o r m BRBRHHBBHRRBBHBHBBHRBBBaBHBHHHBHBBBHRBRBBRRHRRRHHRBR RRRHHnRHI B R flfl fl fla flH H a a a B a B B B a a a a a a a B a a n B B B a B a n B a B B a B H a a B n a B B B B B a a B B a a B B B a a a a B B B B a a a B a a a K aaaot LADIES V In it the outiuued jiat t < tisfaitiun and ner aorsoc Just received a good assortment of the Ripple tail sweaters in the new shades Priced 1000 to 1350 pntrusgi The Hi rail is prepared ii I i iji I > 1 tu K nil kind of first juli inntni us tll as to print i Ini muspapir and wo solmt the outturn ii liuMuess of all aoaoc aoaocas CITY TAILOR SHOP UNDSE NEW MANAGEMENT aocao V I o ju pared tu do tnsv bejrt of ilothe luauiug altering and rt iTlUg A PlECIALTT sonoE f all the ol l customers and all m lustomers Paul F Rikgle Prop Si > 14 T N TI I1A TEXA8 aoeaoi Hie Sad3k iid Harney Mao Everything in the Saddle and Harness Line > Guns Ammunition CutlerypRop Ftc I0C30K lOKXOX Home Building iiie o ihf frt < ors ai chriiacter buil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 November 1919

1J k4 St to i < i > LOCAL AND PERSONAL of si 1 PEi N pwaii foi In Mil I mm toraoi o n o 1 tta 1 1 I 1 son II 1 ii 1 I will I limn 1 1 Prodm 1 1 i 1 poitollCi lliiv aocaoc 30E30C n Tho TEXAN7 II P Automo bllo nt tlio lord tarigo Mrs Christopher oC SiUorton is in Tjilln Uniting with Mr nnd Mrs Hit gcuo Christopher Complete liiufA oC MA ami MAVIS OOWjlJT KY OAItDPiN AnTICIJM tiiu itnxAU < s dhu Jildgo W A Graham lift Monday for Breehoiirldge uluro In will lool nftO some business nmttprs llnymoud Mlllor of Halls unhid in Tiillft tills morning to visit with liis n ninny friends and to look nflir sonic business mutter Mrs W A Oinlinin nml littb wn loft Tuesday for Matador where tlitv will lslt for sepral das with tm Irnhiims motlior VOUJCI A piiniiNAfliviicr may have Slltio by Calling nt tlnV officb and do scribing the pursu nndyfttit < nts mid juiylng for this iiullre IS tfe Th6 o who intend hnung photographs innSo should doVy nl on ° i n r MnltiO Studio will oYtsbe open for...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 November 1919

RHMMKBiiiaBHRSHBtHtaicRnnnaQBtsnnisnt 91 8 8B 8K n a k ftH ftP H a s a B C a a a a a u Christmas THREE WAfYS RUIN Your Battery L STANDING IDLE Wheather partially r completely discharged repted > 2 PARTLY EMPTY Not enough distilled sratarHn battery to keep separators from being ruined 01 too strong add causVtg danfage to teparators or plates 3 FREEZING J When exposed to low temperature and not kept felly charged RESULT Yon pay out from 85 tkSoO next Spring for a new battery THE ONE WAY to INSURE Your Battery N Store your battery so as to insure plenty of power for Starting and Lighting SERVICE next Spring leave it in an EVEREADY Servico Station where it will hare 1 Plates and Separators kept covered with solution 2 Periodic charging to keep battery in proper condition J Protection against freezing RESULT your battery is completely restored and is keen to get back to its job when Spring arrives feYgy i Js jwtfr rtS 4 fa s nanHinHnisuainpiCHtBuiaunwBBHaHBtaiatan arsig n > v tes S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 November 1919

a o O Q o IOE30I o a o SOEIOE a o n o D o 3QE30C aotaoc aocaoc 30E30E 30E20I aocaoE 30E30E 30EXOE aocaoE ioexoe 30E30E r T SKIIWOHTH Irosiacnt W A CATKS Vice President 1 W SKIIWOUTH Jr Cashier ° FARMERS STATE BANK f of Kress j Guaranty Fund Bank Capital and Undivided Profits 2 000000 ° Your Banking Business Respectfully 8 solicited The Safest Place to Invest Your Earnings IU Io I otaoi Jpnaor aotaop 30E30E Arirty Shoes for Farm Wear 8 Wd carry a solectton of work shoes miuo on tlio famous Miuison Army Lost the most comfortable ever do signod1 Tbeso shoes havo floxlblo solos land soft uppors make you f forgotlyour fcot when working 111 btiallty thoyro unsurpassed Theyre tho famous STAR BRAND AllLeather Shoes Seo us for shoo comfort and service LINN BQTTS Kress Texas SOE30E OEIOE Wo Fit Your Feet 30E30E 30E30E V A BECK Staple and Fancy Groceries NOTIONSJPET MY PRICES BEFOR E BUYING ELSEWHERE Postoffice Building < Phone 42 aocaoz aoEior aOEiot aoEip 1 J F MOORE SONS I General Merc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 November 1919

J S n ri fS in 4 l 4 mimw g lg X I Hides Furs I Brinjf your Hides to us Highest market H B B R H B B B B B B B H B B B B 8 BEB BEB B R B B B B B B B Do Your stmas Our Line of Toys and other Christmas Gifts Now on Display Terms R B R R R B B H R R R B B a B B B H B B B B B B R a a U a B B B flB B fla flR flB flB flB fl flB HOME COMING RALLY AT BAPTIST CHURCH NEXT SUNDAY 1 sQhifforiIej good as newf 1 cinter Table 2 Dressers > 1 Good Sewing Machine Carpets Rugs Matting Cooking Utensils and other articles too numerous to mention CASH A L Hawkins H D MALLORY Auctioneer SSirTour Christmas Turkeys TOP PRICE I prices paid Telephone No 110 fEE TULIA TtdBBGE Kansas City Stock Yard Novembor 24 1010 Though hog receipts wero tho largest of nny Monday ior somo time pa t the market ruled higher Demand was active Onttlo wero steady and sheep n quarter higher A Inoro hopeful vunvof tho fuel situation togethor with mild wentehr nnd the fact thnt the big killing plants lire equipped to use Iucl oil...

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

f < v j > V t Volume 10 DISTRICT COURT TOR SWISHER COUNTY WILL BEGIN MONDAY Tho December 1010 term of tho District Court for Swlslicr County will begin in TuUn next Monday morning December 8ti with Judge II 0 Joiner of Ilnlnvlow presiding Tlio following citizens liavo been sum uimipil bv Bhoriir K 0 Iortor to up he Kllehep Cabinet hat savcsmlles of steps Mo I X ponr nml serve as members of the Grand Jury for this term of tlio court 0 IS Tlsdulo W 0 Jonci J C lntrado 1 0 Cowan 1 A Grundy W W Cnuillc J W Blllott L A Donnell C L Outsell 13 A Logan M P Maujilu John Wcllcer Monde V Irillln J C Porter J It Mcdnlro nnd 1 A Toiiillimou The petit jurors have been summoned for tlio Boioml week of court tlio ICtli series < hatToiiGet I T HOOSIEFL JtXo Extra Cost Hoosiers Celebrated Flour Bin for BEINO mado entirely of metal and glass tho flour bin in Hoosier Kitchen cabinets leaves no place for dust or germs to lodge Tightly fastened to tho cabinet it Is never dented never spills neve...

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

n o n t = 501 = fa Imagine the Satisfaction From Wearing These Shoes w man or woman s t itiro till lie madeW marred I0E30X outit 1 Hie disrdnved in tliV s loition of tbeir foot Every detail of these Shoes nre per fut they are howi in black nud brown Tlcathors of excellent qjinlit > The heels nre sensible Ynd good looking Wo can have tlicm inVill widths and can assure yon a pcrfeetVftnd satisfactory fit and a service that ij all pleating Stop into onr shoe department tho cry nost time ynu arc in Platnvievvandlot til show you a higrado HiSe of shoes nt reasonable prices lono U o D o JOE30I X0E30I ijfV CarterHouston INnimicv s Department Store W A ROGERS DRAY AND TRANSFER LINE Leave Your Orders or Phone to No 87 lOtaoc aoiatot JOESOE Th x iidiued rate good only in Texas andOhlahoma Patrick Cartoons and Eight Comics Daily True Oil Netus Accurate Independent 8 page Calender Paper Rotogravure Section Sunday Outside Color Qrcoo More Than d N i Newsjaper Jiul an Entertaining Paper as Wel...

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

4 T a o f 8 D o D o D o D o H IOI IOEIOE n o u aoraoc IOEIOE aonaoc 30E30Z LIFT CORNS OR CALLUSES OFF Doesnt hurt Lift at callus off with y corn or fjers Dont sufforl A tiny bottlo pf Frco tone costs but a fow conts nt any drug etoro Apply a fow drops on thcj corns calluses ami hard skin on bottom of foot thou lift thorn off When Freezono removes corns from tho toes or calluses from tho bottom of aonoc F T SKirWOimi President W A CATE3 Yico President T W 8KIPWORT1I Jr Cashier 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 Q o IOEIOE aonaoc locaot IOEIOE OEIOE 30 OE Army Shoes for Farm Wea IOEIOI PltOSPEROUB FABMB DOT TIIB KRESS COUNTRY aomo D o IOE30 lOEXO Wo carry n selection of work shoos mado on tho famous Munson Ann Lust tho most comfortable over designed Theso shoes havo fiexlblo solos and soft uppors mako you forgot your fcot when working In buallty thoyr...

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

a a B ita BBB3 ENOLEMAK it OBEYAN Owners BARNETT OBEYAN Editor J S ENOLEMAN Publisher Subscription 5L50 Per Year Entered as secondclass mail matter t the postoffiee at Tnlia Texas T LI A TKXAS UE EMBEIi 1 1010 Aillur Wool a protpi rous oong n r of the Low t oii > munit was a IOE30I a o n o rlP v v IHHBI rHE TULIA HERALD ibusDCS itorTua Tuesjy Mr Wood reports that tbo members of the Love Baptist church hae already raided 63200 in pledges and cash for the 75 Million Campaign Their quota wat 30000 Mr Woods says that he expects to sec all the members and raise at least 100000 In all the work for their churchs interests the members at Love haie always done tin ir full duty and so in this instance thct wire not satisfied but went way b ou I ttuir quota Pastor Gordon IJjrrtt n ju th proud of Loc churih loraot XOE3QE CITY TAILOR SHOP UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT aono Fully prepared to do the bent of ilothes cleaning altering and n repmntig g LADIES WOltK A SPECIALTY We elicit the continued patro...

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

fc 4 LOCAL AND PERSONAL C k Tho TEXA T 377 II P Automo l > llo nt tho roAl qnrngo Christmas llnidlserchlcfs galore nt vlnncs Bargain Store Silas C Graham left Jlondny for 11 business trip to Oklnlioiiin City 0 A Tonilliison ni on tlio sick lilt this week n niticiit sufferer willi In jjrlpl > 0 v > Viiii in ww nt Ilincy or Staple Groceries sco itAltAJISIlY 110NI1A Uii X 1i3r Tulln Texas < n tfe Mr ami Mm 0 A Hull nro the prouil pnrcnta of n fino boy born jriiurs ilny No ember 27th t i M1 h Loulso JtiTnrllng rctiimeil liomo the first of the week from u isit with relntles und friends mi Ilollnml niiil Wnco SMnjor Jtendo l Grlftln has bought tlj Clnrk rcsldeuco in Irorth Tulin lie nnd his family nro uo eomfeirtnbl lloiiliclled in their ncn liome LOST Oifllnjip Tulin public road a tirnnk fur n Itcjnile truck Punier jjf villi please return thePrank lo the Oitv Store TJrtlg nnil reccpe reward > Mr niul Mrs Ireil Oromcr hne recently purchased n home In North Tullanndhnc mocd ...

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

1IKR I R T WHITK IMilor Th aj > jv > > > > < j 1uok ri Ai tint ten qi nlly w j tokotWonl ten I wy to make ltco t least thu real fivor mid 1 to pit te lots of it < 1 vim Schilling Tea Cmmett nre soicf evcrjfrficr In tflcntifio 1 1 1 seuied r < < 0 SOsigveltf or 1 tAfii < 300 eiftrtHlg to a < 1 dt 1 ojcrc r rnrlan W4 ftrvngly tr < r tnmend 1 > 1 priori or tip tome or ijpj you trovct It JRUYNOU TOlACCO COMIVJIY WluttuhSiIua N C j 5 > 3 > question to pnv the 1 per enp if to pay enough per TOM BANDY Happy Texas C < < M > > > > I > j > > 3 > AAAA > > < < > > FIRST STADE BANK 1 1 Of Happy Texas A Guaranty Fund Bank with Capable and Accommodating Officers v Safety Deposit Boxes for rent J P WHITE President MRS C G INNES Vice President E A LOGAN Cashier C O STONE Assistant Cashier Mr I ml rav Finley was a Tulia caller fi njav There was not a very large crowd at the entertainment Tuesday night on ac o...

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