Windsor Township, 1878. Tull, J. K. P., age 22. No spouse. P. O. Address: Lazette.

No other listings found for J. K. P. Tull in county census.

Winfield Courier, August 19, 1875.


The following is a list of the teachers in attendance at the Normal Institute, now in session at this place.

James Tull, Lazette.

Winfield Courier, October 28, 1875.

The following teachers were in attendance at the examination last Friday and Saturday.

James Tull, Lazette.

Question: Was James Tull referred to as "Polk Tull?"

Winfield Courier, November 25, 1875.


Mr. Polk Tull is teaching in the Armstrong schoolhouse.

J. K. P. TULL.

Winfield Courier, November 1, 1877.

Teachers' Directory.

J. K. P. Tull, Dist. No. 84, Lazette.

Winfield Courier, December 13, 1877.


J. K. P. Tull, Dist. No. 94, Lazette. [CHANGE IN DIST.]


Winfield Courier, December 27, 1877.

Polk Tull is teaching at the Armstrong schoolhouse.

Winfield Courier, January 17, 1878.


94. LazetteJ. K. P. Tull.

Winfield Courier, January 31, 1878.

Polk Tull's school, district 94, closed the 29th.


Winfield Courier, January 31, 1878.

J. K. P. Tull's school, in the Armstrong district, closed Tuesday.

Winfield Courier, March 14, 1878.


At the late examinations, held in Winfield, Arkansas City, and Dexter, the following teachers were present.

LAZETTE: Mr. J. K. P. Tull.



Winfield Courier, Thursday, February 26, 1885.

The next entertainment by the Lyceum will be given on Saturday night of this week. There will be readings, recitations, music, and a short drama, entitled "The Mock Doctor." Those who will take part in the latter are S. H. Toller, Polk Tull, Will Frazier, John Cater, Miss Susie Day, and Miss Lu Frazer.

The following appears to be another "James Tull."



Winfield Courier, September 14, 1882.

The following persons hold valid certificates in this county, and can make legal contracts with school boards. [CAMBRIDGE. J. S. Tull, grade 3.]


Winfield Courier, October 12, 1882.

CAMBRIDGE. James S. Tull, District 16.


Winfield Courier, December 14, 1882.

The teachers of the Burden Division will meet in association at the Burden school building Saturday, December 16, at 10 o'clock a.m. The following program indicates the teachers of the Burden Division and the work assigned them for the next meeting.

Our course of study: H. T. Albert, A. L. Crow, James Tull, D. W. Ramage, Morton Akers, and W. H. Lucas.

The division embraces the townships of south Richland, Omnia, Harvey, Windsor, and Silver Creek. It is hoped that the meeting will be largely attended by the teachers and others interested in the case of education.

E. A. MILLARD, President. JAMES HUTCHISON, Secretary.

Winfield Courier, June 5, 1884.

The following MARRIAGE LICENSES have been granted by the Probate Judge since our last issue.

James S. Tull and Lizzie Palmer.

Winfield Courier, June 5, 1884.

TO BE MARRIED. Mr. Jas. S. Tull and Miss Lizzie Palmer, of Cambridge, will be married in that place this evening at the home of the bride. A party of young folks from this city will be present, composed of Misses Ida McDonald, Anna Hunt, Jennie Lowry, Leota Gary, and Mrs. Bishop; and Messrs. James Lorton, Lewis Brown, Will C. Barnes, Frank Robinson, and Frank H. Greer.

Winfield Courier, June 12, 1884.

MARRIED. A bright and happy party of Winfield's young people attended the marriage of Mr. J. S. Tull and Miss Lizzie Palmer at the home of the bride, near Cambridge, last Thursday evening. Rev. W. J. Tull, brother of the groom, came especially from Illinois to officiate at the wedding, and the ceremony was pronounced at eight o'clock. After hearty congratulations from those present, refreshments were served, the excellence of which are seldom equaled. It was one of those happy occasions which only come to the parties most interested, once in a life time, and true enjoyment reigned supreme under the agreeable hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Palmer and their pleasant family. The bride and groom are among Cowley's most intelligent, substantial young people and start on the matrimonial journey very auspiciously, with the well-wishes of a large number of friends.

Winfield Courier, September 25, 1884.


Where the Teachers of Cowley Teach this Winter.

Their Names and the Salaries They Get.

Mount Vernon, Harvey Township, James S. Tull, $45.

James S. Tull becomes Reverend James S. Tull...


Winfield Courier, September 25, 1884.


Rev. Tull preached at Cambridge last Sunday week.

Winfield Courier, December 25, 1884.

Rev. B. Kelly went over to Oxford Sunday to assist in the dedication of the Methodist Church there. In his absence the M. E. pulpit in this city was filled by Rev. James Tull of Cambridge. Mr. Tull is a young man, just being initiated into the ministry, but his sermon would do credit to even an "old stager." He elicited much favorable comment from the audience.


Winfield Courier, December 25, 1884.

James Tull preached an excellent sermon at Windsor last Sunday. The Sabbath School at that place is in very good shape for the winter.

Arkansas City Traveler, April 29, 1885.

From our Exchanges.

Udall News: Rev. James Tull has moved with his family to Udall, his new field of labor. We can highly recommend Mr. Tull and his estimable wife to the citizens of Udall.


Arkansas City Republican, November 7, 1885.

A series of meetings conducted by Revs. Brink, of Geuda Springs, and Tull, of Udall, have been in progress the past three weeks at the Pleasant Valley M. E. Church. The spiritual flame still continues to burn with no immediate prospect of abating. Quite a number of additions are being made to the church.


Winfield Courier, Thursday, January 15, 1885.

The dedicatory services at the M. E. church were excellent. Rev. King and Rev. Tull were present from abroad, and the Salemites were held spellbound by the eloquence of Elder King, and his singing of the pretty song, "I'm a child of the King," which elicited much applause in a silent way from the appreciative audience. He made us all wish to be rich, for that day at least, that we might help in erecting temples for the worship of God. All the ministers did well in their different parts. The people responded nobly to the money part, and everything passed off finely. A gentleman and his wife from Winfield favored the audience by helping with the singing and playing. The choir did finely.


Winfield Courier, Thursday, January 22, 1885.

There was preaching at the schoolhouse on last Sunday by Rev. Tull, our former preacher. He shows himself to be awake to his duty, as he delivered quite an able sermon.


Winfield Courier, Thursday, March 5, 1885.

Rev. Warren has been holding an interesting series of meetings in our town the last week. And I am informed they will continue through this week. Rev. Tull, of Cambridge, conducted the service Sunday evening.


Winfield Courier, Thursday, March 12, 1885.

Preaching at the schoolhouse next Sunday at 11 a.m., by Elder Dwyer and in the evening at half past seven by Rev. Jas. Tull.


Winfield Courier, Thursday, April 9, 1885.

Our new Methodist minister, Rev. Jas. Tull, preached a very interesting discourse at the Baptist church last Sabbath morning and evening.


Winfield Courier, Thursday, April 16, 1885.

As the Dexter Eye says, "Still we boom," with the opening of spring has come an opening in business. Our merchants are kept busy waiting on their many customers, and none of the business firms of our town complain of hard times. Our population is rapidly increasing too, the latest arrival being a boy, since which times Rev. Jas. Tull has styled himself "papa."

Winfield Courier, Thursday, April 30, 1885.

Mrs. William Palmer, accompanied by her son and daughter, Rev. James Tull and wife, came in from Cambridge this morning, on their road to Udall, where Mr. Tull is now stationed and will reside.


Winfield Courier, Thursday, June 18, 1885.

Sunday was observed in the Methodist church as "Children's Day," and was a very interesting occasion, and the intent and success is largely due to the efforts of Mr. Coulter, the superintendent. The church was beautifully decorated with flowers whose perfume mingled with the song of singing birth, and happy children made the occasion an enjoyable one. The services were conducted by the pastor, Rev. Tull. The Methodist Sunday school do pretty good singing every Sunday, a little better than the average of Sunday schools.

Winfield Courier, Thursday, September 10, 1885.

The following are the real estate transfers filed in the office of Register of Deeds since our last issue.

College Hill Town Company to Jas S Tull, tract out se qr 22-32-4e: $133

Winfield Courier, Thursday, September 17, 1885.

Rev. B. Kelly, of this city, and Rev. James Tull of Udall, went over to Torrance on Tuesday to attend a church trial.

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