The Tulia Herald (Tulia, Tex), Vol. 15, No. 7, Ed. 1, Friday, February 15, 1924 Page: 4

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This is the time of year when you will
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Try Nyals Spring Tonic
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Sarsaparrilla and Iodide of Potash
Drugs and Drug Sundries
Prescription carefully compounded
City Drug Store
The Prescription Corner
Phone 70
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THE TULIA HERALD
ENGLEMAN ENGLEMAN
Editors and Publishers
Entered u Bee BdeltM mmll matter
it the pottofftee at Tulia Tuu
PRICE IN ADVANCE
To Swisher Co Addresses
One Year 150
Six Months 80
Three Months 45
To Addresses Outside County
One Year 200
Six Months 105
Three Months 55
Tulia Texas Februarv 15 1924
Seventysix hundred and seven
newspapers of the United States
out of a total of 3388 are now
Newspaper Association Members
of the National Highways Association
These members receive from
the association road news even
week The majority of these papers
publish part or all of this
news every week
Why
I Only because progressive papers
realizing the intense interest
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ftaken by everyone everywhere inroads
dsire to serve their readers
with the sort of information and
news stories they want to read
That more than half the papers
of this great country arc so interested
in highways highway building
highway maintenance and
highway use is a sufficient indication
of the importance of the subject
to the body politic On roads
depend in an increasing degree
every year our transportation Tt
is hot so long ago that the railroads
represented the largest industry
in the United States Recently
the automobile industry
pnwd the railroads in size it is
now the countrys largest industry
exclusive of farming But
the automobile industry in turn is
destined soon to he passed by road
building which will he the fireat
est sinirle industry in this Nation
Transportation is rails plus cms
1 rivets pins boats highways phis
motors Cars boats and motors
are helpless without their highways
It is because we have more
ear > than roads more vehicles
i than places to use them and be
cause we need must have more
highway good highways national
highways and good roads everywhere
that 7607 newspapers have
enrolled themselves in a campaign
of highway education which will
inevitably result in a pnv t1
United States in our day
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Did You Ever
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IT IS
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Farmers Grain Company
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What town Is this
I dont see no town
Youre looking out the wrong
side of the car Stanford Chnp
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STORK SPECIALS
THE TULIA UtikXLL
Born To j
Mr and Mrs R W Rogers on
January 18 aboy
Mi and Mrs W J Carver Tnlia
on January 17 a girl
Mr and Mrs B V Mnrkham
Tulia on January 24 a girl
Mr and Mrs B B Bobbins
Tulia on January 23 a boy
Mr and Mrs C J Vurs Tulia
on January 20 a boy
Mr and Mrs 0 C Tucker Tulia
on February 7 a girl
Mr and Mrs II S Loftin Tulia
on February 2 a boy
Mr and Mrs J Avent Tulia on
January 29 a bov
Mr and Mrs B B Burrow Tul
ia on February 10 a girl
Mr and Mrs It B Dawson
Tulia on February 4 a boy
Mr and Mrs Joseph Bondke
Kress on January 19 a girl
Mr and Mrs S II LcBow
Happy on February S a boy
PLAINVIEW SANITARIUM
ITEMS
Doctor Ciidney came in with
Mrs George Roberts daughter of
A W Angel of the Running
Water Community for an opera
tion She is recovering rapidly
and will be able to go home Tuesday

Floyd Hacker of Hart Texas
is taking xray treatment at the
Sanitarium He will he able to
leave for his home soon
Doctor MeFarling of Tulia
came over with Little Lester son
of Mr and Mrs L R Dillon who
lives 10 miles east of Hapny Texas
for Hernia operation1 Mr Dillon
is well known in his community
We are glad to announce
that the condition of tin child is
good
Mr and Mr Claude R one v of
Hale Center Texas curat over
with their little hoy for xray
treatment
The daughter of Mr an Y Mrs
J R Hill of Hart Texas who
was operated on recently is re
covering nicely and will he at
home again nnon
Mrsr C H Huiltjuiin the wife
of C H Huffman w ll known
wheat farmer of north Lockney
Texas came to the Sanitarium for
insulin treatment
Walter son of Mr and Mrs LL
3 Lenta recently of BV own wood
Texas andnow ffving nnnr Olton
Texas had his tonsils removed
Saturday and lift rotiirneiT home
Sunday
H J Bailey of Quitaqmc Texts
is at the Sanitarium for Medical
examination When condition permits
will be operated on
Mrs Alfred Burleson and her
daughter of Gasoline Texan came
over Saturday and had thotr tonsils
removed and went home Sunday

Mr 1 G PUro U of Qnitaque
Texas is at the Sanitarium for
HedicauB Examination mid treatment

Miss Luoille Pston o Quita
que Texas was im the Sanitarium
dast week for xray treatment
She left for her home Sunday
The Negroy George Mayfield
who was stabbed in abdomen
some two weeks ago knife enter
ng his stomach making a considerable
wound at that time lit
fle hopes was held out for his re
leoyery is now able to leave the
Sanitarium
BUILDING NEWS ITEMS
From Rockwell Bros Lumber Co
W Litseh of Nazareth was here
Tuesday and bought a bill of
lumber for the erection of a new
house at that place
A bill of lumber went out from
our yard Wednesday to A R
Sale who is preparing to make
substantial additions to his residence
on his farm nine miles west
4 > f town
METHODIST OHUROH
Sunday school at 10 a m
Preaching service at 11 a m
Subject The Church
Evening service at 7l r > The
Straight Way
Afternoon service at Love
Christs Final Commission
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WHITEMITOHELL
Mr A White and Mrs Emmie
Mitchell were married at tho
Court House lasl Saturday evening
by Judge Gralium
J Ii Strange and Bro John
sou who have recently traded
residence properties in the north
part of fuliaiexpoct to move to
their new homes sooji
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POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS I + < > + + + + + +
Tho following announcements
for Swisher County offices are
made subject to tho Democratic
Primaries July 26 1924
For County Judge and Exof
ficio Superintendent of Public
Schools
W A GAR1IAM
For Sheriff and Tax Collector
J A GRUNDY
CREEK BROWN
T II WALTERS
reelection
For Tax Assessor
J O BASS
J W McGLAUN
reelection
For County and District Clerk
T A ROSS
reelection
For County Attorney
HENRY L JORDAN
For District Attorney 64th Judicial
District
CHARLES CLEMENTS
reelection
For Public Weigher Precinct
No 1
1JAMES
JAMES GARRETT
> For County Treasurer
MISS ALMA HUCKABEE
For Commissioner of Precinct i >
W H SPEAR
APPRECIATION
The following letter was received
from one ofour home town
boys who has made good in his
chosen profession We are always
glad to got letters from subscribers
who have moved away telling
us about themselves and their part
of the eonntry and of course if
they see fit to compliment us on
our efforts of trying to make the
Herald an interesting paper as
Mr Tfcndrix has done we can not
help but fed pleased ami since
he is a Brother newspaper man we
feel that he knows what an ef
fort it really is to get up a paper
that pleases tne public Mr Hendrix
is a son of Judge Hendrix of
this city and is with the Taylor
County Times one of the best
weeklv newspapers in West Texas
Abilene Texas Feb 0 1924
The Tulia Herld
Tulia Texas
Gentlemen
TnelosefY herewith yon will find
rJ for which please extend my
inbscription for the period for
which that will pay
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The House of Quality
Happy Tulia
Established 1906
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1 am glad to note the improvement
in the Herald under the
new manngment which T notice is
carrying the news of the field in
a more efficient way than ever he
fore More especially live local
news stories of interest to your
readers away from Tulia
Yours verv trulv
ERNEST HENDRIX
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MISSIONARY SOCIETY
The missionary society of the
Methodist church will meet Wednesday
February 20 in a study
of Voice Mrs R G Jordan
will be leader for the missionary
program and Mrs C C Wilson
will lead the devotional service
I Commercal Printing
We have as good or better equipment in our
Job Department as any print shop in this part of
Texas We are Anxious to prove to you that you
will get as good work at your home office as you
can get anywhere
Our prices are right And we absolutely
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Engleman & Engleman. The Tulia Herald (Tulia, Tex), Vol. 15, No. 7, Ed. 1, Friday, February 15, 1924, newspaper, February 15, 1924; Tulia, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth42022/m1/4/ocr/: accessed April 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Swisher County Library.

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