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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 April 1918
ir1WiHii it jSf fffn Tnt Hi ftM iUs Miijr < u lintWtA < MkMiH > AH < iMiii ultMrui Shall all our national aspirations hopes ambitions successes be nailed upon a German Cross Shall the proudest nation of the world be exposed to German ridicule It is not only our money labor intelligence our great future that Germany seeks It is the Soul of America that she covets If Germany could mould our national thought and character converting us into a people ready to lie steal maim and kill at her unholy will then indeed would there be joy in the land where Might is Right and their God is an Evil Man hall America He Crucified or Courtesy of THE HERALD Newspaper am TUHM i
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 26 April 1918
> Wo Q of AHERIC P Y 1 need jjour kelp as tnucR as I need Soldiers in France buy your LIBERTY BONDS to day This space patriotically contributed by McGUNE DRUG COMPANY You Fight It Here9 ar BUY LIBEBTY By Coopers Garage Machine Shop 11 J 1 T The Safest Investment in the World Theres Patriotism and Good Sense in TY I Contributed by J J Siller Furniture Store T V
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 May 1918
I r i rj if ml Snt tics os stamps o nv Tim 1ED STATES ERNAiENT jmcti1 Kit a stamps RICKS NORTIICUTT has been tofdlved In TuHn of rria of Miss Ornes Biolw and il Charles C Nothcutr which tAptil 8th at Camp Travis tal Jjlortheutf l one of tho br v boy nt this inmp and by his D TIIE COUNTY 580000 Ico of tho A and M College g tho past winter ho purchas ho farmers of Lubbock county ty enr loads of alfalfa hay at an crngo saving to tho furmers ofH 200 j car and ovesSvo bunJro1 tons of ed by Mr Tackott as lie is forging ing Volume 9 The so onl dn o < till United tntes for ilOfy > l > 0000 ond several vitl l > n ivon million n Iditionnl members for tho JtediC 1ioss will higln Mondav April 20th unil Ii irmoii May 12 nt dose Monday April 27th Dr Cirpciitor of Amn Judgn It 0 Itnndolph of Plnlnviow 1 1 keen appointed flolil manager for Wg Exorcise May 10 tills tho Uth district Mr J 0 La linkers recital Mri MH ticll Prnilo cashier of tlio llrst National Miss Smiths rocltnl and thoBan...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 May 1918
WEEKLY WAR NEWS DIGEST Stories of Activities and Conditions Throughout tbo United States and On the Battle rronbs from Washington D 0 rifle model of 1017 modified Enfield it became necessary to devlso somo plan whercbj troops could be ofllcieatly tralnod in the use of this weapon in rhort time A statement authorized by tlio Ordnance Department tells how experts in shooting many of them members of United States teams which won international shooting matches were commissioned and sent to various camps to instruct officers and men in shooting and in the operation and care of tho rifle In ono camp officers under instruction from these men gave a demonstration In dismounting and assembling this rifle whilo blindfohlod the record tlmo being 7 minutes for dismounting and 1 minutes for assembling There are S6 parts to the rifle These officers in torn instruct mechanic classes tho mechanics being trained to make repairs to rifles in tho field Frequently they will have to do their work at nig...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 May 1918
< Lf DIVISION PUBLICITY OZTXOB 80th Dlrislon XJ S N A C mp Trxvls Texas April 27 1018 Tor tlio reclaiming to usoful servlco In tho nrmy or dofoetlvci pliyslcnlly iiml mentally n sp bllnllon ms boon orftnnlred nt Cninp Travis and placet in lit hnniln nf cxporioncod offl ccp It li i thought that tlio n on v 01 pi Ill 111 Hni I I in t 1 Ul III till ll 1 I a 11 i V II Not TtllO Hi Hie lianto ll 11 ll ill to I lie roving the iiiility oC malts t nntonmonU by tlio ry The theory of the i lr L was soloillon but soma it In mo of tho first Increment ini u defective teeth defec m i in i numerous other nilmonts en i i M among the now mon iml then ii man would bo fount I ml nn it all v untl to think do UliMiitih Him thought grooos wore il i Hi in niimu As a romilt his ro > tne In riiiiiiniuiilH was nlwajs jU3t i v enough f Bpoll tlio uuity of notion tht > piirt til the whole company Which in ilem imloil by modern nrfnro flic ar iiv I nil tlio choice of keeping t i nn n r sondtng thoni ho...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 May 1918
D o O D o O n o flo 0o 0n n o a o n t tima an tet the o u o n o This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the Deriod of the war THE TUL1A HERALD ENOLEMAN OBRYAN Owners BAIINETT OBRYAN Editor J S ENOLEMAN Publisher Snbwnriptloia 1 00 Ier Trnr Entered is seeonrtclat mill mitter it the po l nfflce t Tulls Texas TULIA TEXAS April 20th 1915 SNAPSHOOTERS ret Swisher Const and Tulia on til Hap The alarm all over the state from the reports that you see in the Dally papers seems to be that all of the efficient teachers In this crisis of tic worldwar will seek employment In more lucrative positions as tho wages paid them is so meager What are the trustees of Tulia Independent School District doing to retain hers You take inferior buildings and meag 1 raipAWtie ypn will lmc 30E30E pnv the pri i that others nto paying lor po without liiu fits of talking from timo to tmn nin lion go bn k into our shells for i > i > ri il of re t after our extreme prhjuntion Tt...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 May 1918
y LOCAL AND PERSONAL r Mrs Cochran of Lbcknoy spout n portion of this wook In Tulla visiting hor cousin Mr J J 8lglor Automobile Painting and Top Building richar ds plainvihw > H H Trncj of tlio firm of Scott Tracy Haidwnra Company loft Inst Saturday morning for Austin whoro lio Till look after somo buslnoss mnttorB wagons now one you nrikgolng to buy Cownn Grain Co N Dohnlds Mrs W A of Plaiuvlow rtnriicl home Siinlnv after spondlng i few dnys In Tulln siting her son W II Donaldson nnd fnmllv When youJinyo hnulina to lie done call Dick JncWm the drnvman He will do your Worjc promotly nnd at reasonable prices Wlf Mr nnd Mrs 1 L McMurtry visited last Thursday and Friday at tho Mc Tdurtry ranch nnr Muleshoe They were areompnniod by Richard Piorson AUTOMOBILE PAINTING RICHARDS V PLAINVIKW TULIA TEAM VICTORS IN BASE BALL GAME WITH HEREFORD W 0 ford 11 gall 0 Mr and Mrs Waldo Davis movod tkls wook to rooms in tho rosldonco of Mr and Mrs T M Blmpson where thoy ar comfortably domiellod w...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 May 1918
Notice C HOKOE ROLL SELECTED OF PUBLIC EATING PLACE8 WHO arvx xjv whbat stxots The Jeilcrnl Food Adminstrition for Tor lia nn Honor Boll in it Hotel nnd Kcstaurnnt Division This Koll will erentuullv hse npon it the principal loteK fios ami re t urwiU of all the luger ics of the State Each of the couim a mot Food Administrators are t < ttelr reports on hotels and reala < vben their convene in Honftmi i April 27th and SSth In ier t get on the Honor Boll the iub c cat v places mast agree to a total abstincmc from all wheat products lhUI uri time as the need of nheat by Anunan anil Allied Armies has been satisfiod The Roll of Honor for Houston shows the following names University Club Bender Hotel Bra tos Hotel Bice Hotel Houston Country Club Levys Canterbury Tea Boom A special insignia is to be sent by i Administrator Peden to all hotels and I have perfected arrangements with the Fac ioiies fi i < vhon I buy AUTO TIRES AND TUBES which enables me to make my customers some VERY ...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 May 1918
flfsfooic iir any point hoiuii N M D Mallory Tulias popular and patriotic Auctioneer will conduct a Big Red Croaii Sale too TKADE ON NEW BASIS AT KANSAS OITY purchaser Iiiih to arrange with n competent cterinarinn to do tlio vnccinnt ing Ihtlior tlio soriimnlono method mont and State authorities i or tlieniniull neoiis inoculation moth wigcd no tliat stock hogs may od mny Ijo used and hogs liavo to bo hm1 out of tlio Kansas City I dipped and held tlirco hours beforo iho ilny they nro bought to i boing loaded for shipment All tho vin tho stntos of Kansas OMn futilities for doing tho work have1 been lirnskn Iowa mid Illinois int > tilIoil by tlio Stoik Yards Compnnj nt Inspectors mnlo tho in tho first shipment under this ruling h ind do tlio testing but tho having boon made April 2 lrd to Iowa Wlmt Do You Need HERE IS WHAT WE HANDLE Coal Posts Wire Salt Flour Meal All iCinds Field Seeds and all kind of Cow s Horse and Hog Feed Farming Imple nents Wagons Windmills Pipe and tock Tank...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 May 1918
0OVERNMENT BADLY MEEDS TEAINED MENj J MVytpX f ll Kl lf rant n t 1 I nut so eiij to Wil id New Mexico n lip j er I li r fiwn i iplei ted pinlsing brondfrohi alvont fori i u i < if ioi n tin > V tvfT 1 h hi n i i i l i n can lie nire t liumat id nt Right i i tli civilian Inmhii of the Arm nnl Nn < v arc in nr iiit need of tbotiwind of highly triuuei vorkcrs f aeronautical mechanical T Navy has as nnlitnited s for draftsmen of i > i 1 for n long list of i > Oc l ractic My all uruit are in need of 1 t t bookkeepers i lirl nultiirraph operators and call in it r mathino operators The XJiitel atates Cml Service Commission w oe duty it is to fill these cmliMn positions urges as a patriotic duty that qualified persons offer their services for this work work vital to pushing the war Good salaries uro offered and the work is all in tho United Statos With the exception of a rew of tho clerical positions applicants will not beayfaibled for written examinations JiCt will bo rt <...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 May 1918
w S t = = rOAHAHD SAX MOTION KIP WSS tWRSAVINGSCTAJUPS issued irr THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT BHOTIOK TWO THE TULIA HERALD Volume 9 TULIA SWISHER COUNTY TEXAS MAY 3 1918 Number 18 e 1BUV m M This Page by ScottTracy Hardware Co Allfkinds of Sporting Goods
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 May 1918
V H r We Care Dont You This Space patriotically furnished by W F GRIFFIN Merchant I 0 > I The ben vkq isuot Aoin to the avlrvoucottld Aure A1 m do a cents h Vame to vou litis is me amount you should s Ascibe to tKe Liberty loan You cant fmt a price on your love unttra rmrtf 21 S letld t0 y Â° ur Goifernmenf BUY YOUR hmlL I II I IHHIIU UUlHtWTTTB JTr XTrVTff J TODAY I wonder if they cwc bck fvome buy your LIBERTY BOND to We Have Done Our Best THE TULIA GROCERY CO This Space by IN COOPER MERCANTILE CO rv V TKey ave tKeir dearest to tKeir Country TKe least YOU carv do 15 BUY YOUR LI > V SM 3 > MOT ft Mr2 5t oKn YOUR FATE UNLESS WE WIN THIS WAR BUY your LIBERTY BOND today TUCKER PRODUCE COMPANY r w M
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 May 1918
H List of Delinquent Taxes Due the State of Texas and County of Swisher Trod Lorinj OWNBB 1913 J h Orumm 1BBS D W Stilt fc T Boala 1803O Adair 1012 J E MeCnna 1013 J 15 McCune 10HJ B UeOaaa t 1012 J B MeCams 1 1013 J H MeCnno I 1BHJ H UeOuat r 1014 A B Utrtla 1011 A B Martla 1805 UnVDUeljlght WjLDrakt 1806 Mrs M D IfeKnlgit WJJDtik 1803 W3Mnnsoa nad Inut QaaUr 1804 VT B Unnsoa loxaia QaaUr 1805 IT B Huimi Boxaaa QaaUr 1807 W B Unaiaa Ktiaaa QaaUr 1808 W B UniMi Btzama OnaUr 1800 W B Munsoa Roxaaa OaaUr 1000 7 B Munoa Xoxaaa QaaUr 1913 W B Munson Roxaaa QnaUr 1002 W B Munaoa Beiaaa OaaUr 1001 W B Uuatoa Roxaaa OaaUr IBM VT B Mantoa Roxaaa QaaUr 1005 W B Munson Roxaaa Gnnter 1907 W B Uunsoa Boxaaa QaaUr 1008 W B Munson Boxaaa QnaUr OWNBB 111 V II Callahan 1013 P H Callahan 1014 T U Callahan 1909 A J Salcstrom 1911 A J Salcstrom 1013 Mrs Mnuii II Board 1914 Mrs Maudo II Board 1912 J E McCuno 1913 J It JfcCuno 1911IE McCuno 1912 J E McCuno 1913 JE McCuno 1911 J E Medina 1913 Maudo II Be...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 May 1918
I IPOllOtla Malcolm 1802 Otis Malcolm 1803Otis Mnlcolm 100410lls Mnlcolm 1P130K Malcolm J014Otls Mnlcolin MllJOtis Malrom 1901 R a Crowdcr Estate 1902II Crowdcr Estate ions R a Crowder Estate 1904 R a Crowdcr Estate 1905JR a Crowder Estate 1006 W A Martcr 1905 C A Borcn 1012 Annie Miller 1013 Annlo Miller 1914 Annie Miller 1912 Annio Miller 1913 Annie Miller 1014 Annie Miller 1913 J D Thacker 1914 J D Thaeker 1914 191 1913 1914 1913 1910 1912 1B13 1914 1012 1P13 1914 1012 1013 1914 1012 1913 1014 191 1913 1014 1001 002 J M Sanders Annie Miller Annie Miller Annie Miller Sndio Faulkner J E McCnno 1911 T E McCnne 1012 J E McCano 1013 J E McCnno 1014 J E MeCune 1912 J E McCnno 1013 J E McCone 1014 J E McCnne 1913 J D Thacker 1911 E L Booty 1P12IR h Booty 1913 K L Booty 1914 B Ii Booty lPli 1 W Thaeker 191 i W Thoeker 1911 R B Graramcr 1914 R B O rammer 1HB B Grammcr lU I R B Grnmmcr 1D1T B Johnston 1B11J B Johnston 1B18L7 B Johnston 10131T B Johnston 1014 B J > nston I010U B Johnston...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 May 1918
31 > ty t a 4 > 1808 1800 1000 1002 1003 1004 1005 1000 1011 1012 1013 1014 1802 1801 1805 1800 1897 1808 18 < in HliHiiPniiliiindlp 1002 moa 190 Pnnhnndlo Townslto Oo Panhnndlo Townsito Oo Innlinncllo Townslto Co Pnnhnndlo Townslto Oo Pnnhnmllo Townslto Co Pnnlinndlo Townslto Co Pnnhnmllo Townslto Co Panhandle Townslto Co PnnhninMo Townslto Co Panhandle Townslto Co Innlinmlc Townsito Co Pnnhniulle Townslto Co rnulifimlln Townslto Co PaulmmllP Townslto Co Pnnlimnllo Townslto Co ll Townslto Co lluliriiiilli Townslto Co Innh uullr Townslto Oo P inlmnllc Townslto Co Townslto Co Paulmi Ho Townsito Co Pnuliiiullo Townslto Co Pnnlmiidlo Townslto Co 10061 PinViiuIlo Townslto Co lOtnjPaiilinuillo Townslto Co lOielPnnlmnillo Townslto 1013 Pnnhnhillo Townslto 1014 Pnnhnmllo Townslto CoCo Co 1802 II O Alwnrd 1803 H C Alwnril 1801 IT C Alwnril 1805 II C Alwnril 1800 U C Alwanl 1807 II C Alwnril 1808 II O Alwnril 1800 II C Alwnril 1000 II C Alwanl 1002 II C AlwnrJ 1003 II C Alwnril 1004...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 May 1918
1 i OWNSX 1B16IT H Oallahe 1915 Maude H Be r4 1015 Maude H B rl 1915 Maud H Btri 11B151U T Clin 19151 IT L A B MeBreyes 1916 Fred Lorinx 1915 0 B Logan 1916 Mr Myra a Usleobi 1915 Mrs Myra a Maleota 1915 J D Thicker 1015 R D Oldham 1915 A A Alrhart 1915 Myrtle Conrad 1915 P P Putney 1915 L a Patterson 1915 P P Putney 1915 Jno B Griffin 1915 D H Martin 1915 D IL Martin 1915 C B Bailey 1915 E F Booty 1915 Otis Malcolm 1915Otia Malcolm 1B15IH W Wright 1915U E McCune 1915JE J Maples 1915E J Maples 1915E J Maples lOiejBivene Sexton 1915B A Shoemaker 1915B A Shoemaker 1 illIB A Shoemaker 191 B A Shoemaker 191 B A Shoemaker 1W B A Shoemaker li 15 Mrs E V Harris 191VD B Oldham 1915 A G Stanley IPintn E Hntson 1915M M MfLain 1915Mrs E V Harris 1915 Mrs E V Harris lfl5IL E Hutson 1915n B Hutson IStlGB P Bootv 1915 G W Smith 1015 E W Lynch 19J5H E nutson loir n > Hutwi 1915J C v > n iniE tr rrfurrington 15IT J Harter 191CT J Hartci 1915IT J Harte 1015A E Buttcrfield 1915 O W rtterbaek 19...
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 May 1918
X 1 IJf 3 1 Byfcourtesy of THE HERALD Newspaper i if wJWiKmiirtitii lmaiBitil Shi ail our national aspirations hopes ambitions successes be nailed upon a German Cross Shall the proudest nation of the world be exposed to German ridicule It is not only our money labor intelligence our great future that Germany seeks It is the boul of America that she covets If Germany could mould our national thought and character converting us into a people ready to he steal maim and kill at her unholy will then indeed would there be joy in the land where Might is Right and their God is an Evil Man hall America He Crucified or Will Y rintin k W 5
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 3 May 1918
Afozz fly M AMERICA your as muci as I need in Fr BUY YOUR LIBERTY BONDS TO PAY This space patriotically contributed by McCUNE DRUG COMPANY 9 Yot Fight It Here o BUY LI By Coopers Garage Machine Shop A 1 18 J03 The Safest Investment in the Wf < of Theres Patriotism and Good Sense C To 9 Liberty Bond iM mplolo lat time corroctj > iy Judjjo i Contributed by J J Si lei1 Furniture Stort isaioiiorB St I
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 May 1918
m i W V 4 ISAVlNOSStAMHS uucD nv tub TED STATES VERNMENT V iglit of Buffrngo should in l twelves and this meeting will splendid opportunity to soenro in atlon as to tho qualifications of irnntlcmau seeking tho highest tho gift of tho people of Tcxns nil moans let nil nttond who can Jslbly do so ws s D B Crawford a inenibor of that rogrcssivo drug firm Crnwford inrmncy returned Wednesday mom from n business trip to points In off Mexico ORTI G > > < > > > 46 Volume 9 BM Cfooys m V CLUB WILL BE I MORE QAItDENEKS AND A WOANIZED MONDAY NldHT CANNERY NOW ASSURED luis been Issued to the Horn ivishcr County to meet noxtj in getting the gardeners to register We nro still milking sonio progress Vght May lllth In tho court to ngreo to pntrnulro tlio ninncry ya for the purposo of orgnn Tlio securing of tlio rnnncry goon on l Â° ly Club Tlio mnny npneo ninl think now Hint it soon will Aw P Hobby fool mnlerlli7o Wo glvo tlio following nniiics t Kiirely bo elected sinco tlio Inst...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 May 1918
WEEKLY WAR NEWS DIGEST Stories of Activities and Conditions Throughout the United States and On tie Battlo Fronts from Washington D O Many Trained Workers Aro Heeded by Army and Navy The civilian branches of the Army ami Navy nro In need of thousand of highly trained workers and before the end of 1P13 these brnnehes must bo lnrrcn ed by nt least 20000 according to the Civil Service Commission Tlio Auditors department of tho Army needs large numbers of mechan ical engineers drnftsmen chemists and mctaMnrgists Thousands of Inspectors are wanted to pns on tho quality of ordnance ammunition and other supplies For office work statistician accountant asitants in buslnes administration and specially trained clerks we needed Tho Quartermaster Corp wants scv cnl thousand examiner and inspectors and pa sengcr and freight clerks nro needed Tho Signal Corps is short of draftsmen Tho Navv ha nn unlimited number of places for draftsmen nnd a long list of portions for technical workers Practically...