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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 May 1918

± a o H o D D o n o Q o D o W a m a a a n n a a a B a B a B a a THE CHRISTIAN CHOBCH Tho churcti that makes you feel at home You nro novor a stranger hero Blblo sohool nt 1000 a m Jas Frye Superintendent Bocauso of tho commencement oxer ciso there will bo no prcaijilng service Sunday morning at 11 oclock Regular preaching scrvico at night at 830 IWo will obscrvo Mothers Day Sunday morning May 10th nt both Blblo school nnd church scrvico Spoclal Mothers Sermon nt 11 oclock All nro cordially Invited to all services GEO J RUTH Mlnistos W88 I Dont fail totoo Grims nnd Mammy in tffo Junior play at tho i hoolhouso MyyJth llosonod soats 50 conts snnaDnaHnaHHHMHiHMEsa e g TO B GALVESTON TEXAS MEETINO TEXAS BANKERS a ASSOCIATION B May 1118 1018 a a a TO WAOO TEXAS ANNUAL MEETING TEXAS PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION May 2123 1018 AGENT a Tuliiii Texas B Phone 55 a H a a a m a B a Eli U HI uinanHEiHiaiaHaEzmnraisutl CALOMEL SALIVATES AND MAKES YOU SICK ACTS LIKE DYNAMITE ON SLUGGISH LIVER AND YOU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 May 1918

Mil > ripinn SI Oil IVr Yrar Entorod as M > c < ind < l s < < mail matter it the post offlcv at TnllsTaa > < Tulla Texas May 10th 191S TINAL ItEFOni OrJHE TEXAS TOOD AND TEED PRODUCTION CAMPAIGN On January 20th WIS Gov W P nobby announced tho appointment of B F Johnson Secretary of Chamber of Commerce of Wichita Palls Texas to lie manager of a campaign to be conducted In the city of Austin for the purpose of stimulating the increased production of food and feed crops In Texas This action followed a conference with E A Peden Federal Food Ad mlnistrntor for Texas and Frank Kcll Chairman of the Food Supply and Con tervntion Committee of the State Council of Dcfcn e Mr Teden agreed to allow Mr John on who was already a Deputy Food Administrator for his State the u e of the postal telegraph and travel franks under the U S Food Administration This enabled the campaign to broiden its scope and re ult ed in a saving of many thousands of dollars and in fact the use of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 May 1918

tf > i > sh V s V V Jl i aS t < LOCAL AND PERSONAL FolatlnAai Automobilo Top Building riohards iMjAinview You nro nnntcWnt tlio W 0 W mooting Tuesday night of each wcok 800 our wagoiwjboforo buying Hint now ouo you nro going to buy W 0 Cowan Grain Co Bob Amos manager of tlio Amnrlllo Slonm Laundry waB n business visitor In Tulln Wednesday Our proscription business la growing ovory day ThoroTMi ronion McCuuo Drug Conipnnv i M H Ilorring a hustling Swisher County farmer was purchasing supplies of Tulln merchants Monday VegotabloFlanti fbr sale by A 1CU creaso Tulln Texas X > 17tfe Mr Tarris Doak of Illy tlio spent a portion of this wcok In Tulin visiting friends If you wnnt to sell your land list It with Fryo Mitchell Tft lia Tox 135c I 0 W Buck of tho eastern portion of tlio county was purchasing supplies in Tulln Tuesday ford rort sale ltfl umdoij in good shape 80c tho car at Trhunolls Onrngo 10 3p 1 Miss louclllo Uriuics of Claude Is In Tulin visiting her sister Mrs Fra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 May 1918

I have perfected arrangements with the Fac torics from whom I buy AUTO TIRES AND TUBES which enables me to make my customers some VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES I will give you a 10000MILE GUARANTIEE on some tires > C Yours to serveS B DYER South Side of Square Tulia Texas IN MEHOBrtTM home over which he presided Not a seeker was turned away from his doors Thomas William Edwards was born whether of mental and spiritual food March 25th 1852 In Merriwether or temporal blessings for the body county Georgia He moved to Dallas county Texas in 1879 In December 1SS1 he was married to Miss Sarah Agnes Noab to which union wero born four sons the oldest dying in infancy About sixteen years ago Mr Edwards and family moved to Bwishcr county and has always held a high place and loyal esteem in the estimation of the citizens of Swisher County Thlrtyfhc years ago Mr Edwards was converted and joined the Methodist church and has ever since lived a consecrated loyal and upright member therein Ho departed ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 May 1918

liie Nations Loun tIBt ze Mule 4 years old HORSES Mares smooth mouth 1 nrse smooth mouth l n Filley IMPLEMENTS Gang Plow i > I in good as new O GoDevil L < 1 Farm Wagon gy 1 Cart HARNESS Leather Harness all shape in Other articles mention r With the whole Nation an armed camp whose outposts extend from ocean to ocean the toll lines of the Bell System are the message bearers of the Nations vast war organization Even at the fighting front the telephone has replaced the hardriding courier of other days i The Bell telephone message traverses the continent at its dest girth in onefifteenth of a second Important points and industrial centers hundreds of miles n rive in close contact with each other and with Washington More than three million miles of toll wire in the Bell System ire the highways over which pass a million messages a day by which the vast activities of the Nation are systematized and con trolled Have You Enlisted in the Army of Savers v s Buy War Savings Stamps THE SO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 10 May 1918

5E30C The U S Fuel Administrator Is Earnestly Striving to Protect You from Sufferin S jocuon o 0o D o D o n o a o H o n o We Are Acting As His Ajjenis In Urging You to Buy Now > COL T J TILTSON TOE STATE EEFBESENTATIVB It is witb pleasure il at the Herald aHaj ao hand and olive to the interests of bis constituents A review of tbe Home Journal will show too that Col Tilson 30E30C 30E30E Telephone 3 I0E30E aUi for tbe baft interest of calls attention to tbe announcement of West Texas and was tbe author of a Col T J Tilson of Plainview who number of important bills sc < ks re election to the office of State Texan and our Plains country espec He csentutive from tint tbe l3rd lallv nerds good and strong men in tbe distri t subject to tbe action of the legislative balls and we feel that Col Democratic primary election next Tilson fills the measure in every partie July ular A man of business ability and Col Tilson lias represented this thoroughly conversant witb our wants district fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 May 1918

M < A m A TOR SAVINGS STAMPS ISSUED nv Tim UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT w TERMS Volume 9 UMEB NEXT SUNDAY TOE BED OROSS SALE AT RED OROSS WAR FUND WAYSIDE NEXT TUESDAY Hnvo nu h uded in your itiiscrlp n to tlw Si Ci rd Hod tjjs War fund i not do It now and it will eavo tho ommlttco n great deal of work Hon J 0 IaPradc has appointed or tills work nil exccutlvo commlttoo compcid of Dennis Zimmerman Chairman D II Culton J M Simpson Tames 1ryc W IT Donaldson K 0 Harks ami A W Stornoiiberg Chair en Iinvo also been appointed as fol W T Townsend Happy B T uodges Kress Oliver Savago Whit leld A J Augepnrgcr Vigo Park avo JIvans ranchon W C Jones and E Wheeler with authority to appoint ch assistants as they may doslro Swisher Countys quota Is about 170000 and while wo hnvo until May Wth to ralso this monoy it is tho intcn on of tho commltto to hnvo it up by first day Monday May 20th and icxt week to round up So it behooves yon to subscription in this wook Kcrlcan Red Cross hondquart i jqucate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 May 1918

mu mm H B B B MB Beginning June 1st We Will Sell For GASH ONLY Changing conditions force us to do business on a cash basis On account of the large stocks we are carrying of coal feed and seeds and being compelled to pay for this before it is even unloaded and high cost of everything and small margin of profit the Government allows us to make we are compelled to change from a credit to a cash basis Beginning June 1st All Goods Must Be paid For at Our Offices or to Our Drivers Upon Delivery of Goods No exceptions will be made under any circumstances All of our customers will be treated exactly the same We appreciate the business you have given us in the past and we will strive to give you the best service we know how in the future JTBl 7s WEEKLY WAR NEWS DIGEST Stories of Activities and Conditions Throughout the United States and On the Battle Fronts from Washington D C Navy Department Commends Boatswain for Heroism Many members of he United States Army and Navy aro being commended fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 May 1918

D O Red Cross Rallies Sunday May 19th HAPPY at 10 oclock a m TULIA at Court House at 4 p m KRESS at 4 p m LOVE School House at 4 p m LAHEVIEW at 4 p m FRESBYTBRIAlf LADDM BOCTETT Program for Monday May 0tb at 4 oclock p m Gentler Mrs Putnam Opening hymn Prayer Responsive Reading Ptalm BO Hymn Topic Tho Mexicans in the United Statos Map or chalk talk on Mission ScboolB Our Mexican hoys with tho colors Mrs Ira Tuckor Snap shots of Now Mexico Personally taken Mrs Clark Instrumental Solo Hnllie Hutchi son Now World Plazas From Plaza Patio Palm Mrs Donaldson Closing Hymn Nearer My God to Thoo Evory mombor is urged to bo present Flodgcs will bo takon at thiB mooting r ion ates TO OALVESTON TEXAS MEETINO TEXAS BASKERS ASSOCIATION May 1418 1018 TO WACO TEXAS ANNUAL MEETINO TEXAS PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION May 2123 1018 0 W DAVIS AGENT Tnlia Texas Phone Si5 Qu IHBBBBBBIIIIHKWHSHtflBBB CALOMEL DYNAMITES A SLUGGISH LIVER CRASHES INTO SOUE BILE MAKING YOTJ SICK AND YOU LOSE A DAYS WORK Calomel ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 May 1918

This paper has enlisted tvilh the government in the cause of America for the period of the ware = rt = THE TULIA HERALD ENGLEMAN OBRYAN Owners BARNETT OBRYAN Editor J S ENOLEMAN Publisher Snl > nriifinn SI DO Per Yrnr Entered as secmidclas mall matter at the post olltce at Tulta Texas TULIA TEXAS Mar lth 1918 SPLENDID FROORAMS MARK SCHOOL OLOSINO EXERCISES Continued from First Page the character and Inspiration of tie graduates As a special tribute he complimented the class upon the fact that there were as many boys as girls six each Very seldom did this oc cur for nearly always the girls wore in the majority in a graduating class said ho Ho wns glad to note that Tulia boys were determined to keep step with the girls Altogether this program was most pleasing and every man woman and child present felt that they had ro ceixod a blessing and inspiration by attending Monday evening ever scat was taken and there was hardly even standing room in the auditorium at the school building wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 May 1918

4 U6 u J r LOCAL AND PERSONAL Automobile Palntlng and Top Dullillng RICHARDS PI > AINVIEW Will Jowoll wns a business visitor 1h town Friday from lila farm west of town Tho brick work on Swlslior Countys now jail building Is progressing rapid 1 T 0 Colllor of Plaiiivlow wns In Tulln Thursday on business lTTou aro wantod at tlio W 0 W TOcetlng Tuosdny night of oach wcolc if J W Morris of Sllvorton spont last Frldny In Tu lta looking nftor bnslnoss interests V t Seo our wagons before buying that new ono you are going to buy W 0 tjiownn Grain Co I 4 J T Whllp presUlont of tho Pjrst Btato Bank of IJnppy and Ills brother II V Whlteof Altus Oklahoma wero tjstcpniqd visitors In tho Herald offlco Thursday morning Jl I Goodson and J M Stutsman of tho westorn portion of tho county woro fn Tulia Inst Tridny trading with our rnorchnnts Our prescription buslneis is growing overy day Theres a reason McCuno Drug Compnuv J C Trye Jr loft sovoral days ago for tho north plains country whero ho has ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 May 1918

J THE KANSAS CITY MARKET REPORT Kntii > 8 City Stock Ynrd May 13th 3D18 Tlio rattle enpply win sovcral lhou iind liend below recent Mondays at 10000 ami nriceii were strong to 10 Uglier from close Inst ttcck top steers 11755 Hog receipts trer 11000 hoad market 10 to Ifi loner top 1760 Sheep lambs and goats totaled 10000 head market IS to 35 loner top lambs 1965 Pulp fed steers at 1755 today wcro from the Geblinrt feed lots ncnr Ijas Animas Colorado which furnished slm liar cattle at 17 00 Tuesday of last week Pulp steers from Mr llill Bcottsbluff brought 1750 Best nat tves lacked a cholco finish and brought 1730 middle class fed steers 15 to UGC0 8 ears of Idaho steers weighing 1080 lbs brought 1585 Native cows sell up to 1500 bulls 1300 eals 1275 Considerable weakness devel oped the middle of last week in beef grades but it is not apparent today Shipments ont last week were 14000 bead about 1000 less than previous week but 3000 more than same wcekl last year Prices remained stea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 May 1918

The Nations Courier WE HANDLE GoaI Post Wjre Salt Flour Meal All K inds FieldJSeeds and all kind of Cow Hcorse and Hog Feed Farming Implements Wagons Windmills Pipe and Sjttock Tanks t We also want a chance at anything Jpn the grain and seed line you have to sell U Our customers become our boosters Our Motto Service and fair treat ment to all W C Cowan Grain Co D tem fiith the whole Nation an armed camp whose outposts extend f om ocean to ocean the toll lines of the Bell System are the mes sage bearers of the Nations vast war organization i t Even at the fighting front the telephone has replaced the K rdriding courier of other clays tj The Bell telephone message traverses the continent at its av S lest girth in onefifteenth of a second ap Important and industrial centers hundreds of miles s points irt are in close contact with each other and with Washington ncrs last e than three million miles of toll wire in the Bell System V highways over which pass amillion messages a day by Yuen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 May 1918

m u Lost Wo Forget u tho great Hereon drama for which tho world has been waiting Its historical significance will mako it of valuo ns long as the world stand For it shows in visible form tho groat enures back of Americas entrance into tho war Tho violation of Belgium and tho loading of its citizen into captivity tho wanton destruction of magnificent catho drnlt and the inhuman treatment of innotlDt women and children shown both on land and in the sinking of tho mammoth hip the Lusitania aro all to hi seen in Lest W Forget The star of Lest We Forget beautiful Rita Jolivet way herself a passenger on the Lusitania on its illfatod trip and heard thoso immortal words of her follewpnsenger Charles Froh man Why fear death Death is the most beautiful adventure of Life Ucr life was spared to bo a living witness to the brutality of the Huns This great eight act production provides a mighty panorama of events now historical connected with the opening days of tho war and follows its progress th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 May 1918

i i ff = t f at if CO W1H0S STAMPS ED BY Tim J D STATES nNMENT 3TIO RED OROSS ItY SUNDAY AFTERNOON undny nftornoon tio district > u was crowded with Red Cross nn < l friends boosters for tlio Jtod Cross Wnr lund program wns opened ivltli n d number by Mrs Bakers orS Wyntt humbly nskod Gods upon tlio mooting adienco thon joined in singing bllng song The Star Spang v V > 1 l f do ttz Clostjt Todai bcr by the orchestra was ocolvcd arrctt then read n los b chapter of Mntthow 31st verso iB Davis Stcrnoiibcrg anmsoy leading tlio audlbnco will olnod In singing Amorlca t J Ruth hold tho close Ut il nil in n Bhort and interests Ho quotod from tho 1st < Jcrcinlnh Ills central thomo America Is a Oolden Cup In W Jof Jehovah Dennis Zimmcrmann Rov tRov Barrett also dcllverod iort talks These aro gontlo P i overy ono has confidence its of our pcoplo who in ng good dcods and giving HAD THE R racy bo given NOW DOESNT THIS PICTURE JUST MAKE YOU CRAZY with tin 10 AFTER SOME YOURSELF Pray U...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 May 1918

u u m u m u u u m K K B H B B BBB T Beginning June 1st We Will Sell For CASH ONLY Changing conditions force us to do business on a cash basis On account of the large stocks we are carrying of coal feed and seeds and being compelled to pay for this before it is even unloaded and high cost of everything and small margin of profit the Government allowsus to make we are compelled to change from a credit to a cash basis M 1 Beginning June 1st All Goods Must Be paid For at Our Offices or to Our Drivers ipois Delivery of Goods No exceptions will be made under any circumstances All of our customers will be treated exactly the same We appreciate the business you hare given us in the past and we will strive to give you the best service we know how in the future W C COWAN GRAIN CO Signed TULIA GRAIN COAL CO S W A PORTER SON H W SIMMONS understanding of the cases should also lie vubinitted Should the invention be un explusite or other chemical combination the ingredients and processes of mixtur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 May 1918

Chain TYead rilONE 31 United States Prss arc Good Tires The Real Meaning of Tirebuying Economy Your car must give greater service this year than ever before It speeds up your work increases your working power The highest car economy lies in utmost service The most economical tires are those which will give you greatest use of your car Thats just what United States Tires will do for you You can depend on them for continuous service most mileage at lowest mileage cost Equip with United State s Tires Our nearest Sales and Service Depot dealer will be glad to assist you in selection United States Tubes and Tire Accessories Have All the Sterling trth and Wear that Male United States Tires Supreme TUIIA TEXAS T F BURKS dealer in Coal Grain and Feed Blacksmith Coal fk Wagon Yard and Barn in connection FHONB 87 A H BBOOKS Manager + MMMH V < > < MM < M Hfr TheTuIiaGroceryCo THE QUALITY GROCERS sr A REMINDER Lest you should forget we ask you to keep us in mind when in need of good...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 May 1918

This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war THE TULIA HERALD ENQLEMAN OBRYAN Owners BARNETT OBRYAN Editor J S ENQLEMAN Publisher Kith nrittnn SI IK lVr Yrnr Pntereil as Mcmniilav mall mat t r U the ixisl < > nici > it Tulia T xas TULIA TEXAS May 24 191S A splendid rain visited Tulia and Swisher County Wednesday afternoon and nigliL Reports from the northeastern portion of the County indieato that nbout two inches of rain fell Virlly is our country blessed and those of Central Texas who think this is not a fanning country in spite of tho fact that wo havo hadto supply them with grain upon n number of occasions will bo shown that evrn this year wo can raise enough feed to help the starving man ana bosat in thnt section of Texas WSS LEAGUERS ENTERTAIN FRIENDS J B Swijiston in Northwest Tnlia The entertainment was in honor of the teachers in the Tulia public school Mrs Swepston is the pleasing superintendent of the Leagne and th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 May 1918

I f lis > Vsj i i in LOCAL AND PERSONAL Quito n numbor of our pooplo woro visitors nt tho Chautauqua In Plain vlow i Automobllo PalntlnR ml Top Building niOHAUDS AINVIEW Miss Amy Lois Cnntrcll returned homo Sunday morning from Canyon wlioro alio 1ms been attending school Seo our wngoni boforo buying Hint new ono you nrojcolng to buy W C Cownn Ornln Co Mrs D IT Cultou loft tlio first of tho week for Wnco wlioro sho will visit Telntlvos nnd friends Our proscription business Is growing every dny Thor oBo roason McCuno Drug Compnnv v Dr 0 V MeFnrllng accompanied by liis daughter Elizabeth nnd son Too woro visitors in Kress Wednesday afternoon Vogctnblorinnts fhr solo by A Kil crease Tulla Toxas 17tfc Miss Lola Fortorfiold nttondcil tlio commencement exorcises of tlio Northwest Texas Stnto Normal at Canyon tlio first of tho wcok VOXIV roil SALE 1D17j model In pood shape Seo tho car ntyTrunnclls Oarage IcoCream Preczors Oqunrts Mrs S R 103p Mr Edwnrd Vcrhoy loft Saturday morning for n ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 May 1918

No 6290 Report o Condition cl THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Tolls tn llir st at < > of Texas al Hip closo of bnslnrwwi May lOtli WIN nKSOUlICKS fc Loans and discounts except tlioso shown on l > and c31P52959 c Customers Liability Account of Acceptances of this bunk purchased or discounted by It 171 92S Total Loans 33005SS7 Deduct d Notes and bills rodisconntcd other than bank acceptances sold seo Item 5n 4553000 t foreign Hills of Exchange or Drafts sold with in Indorsements of this bank not shown under Item d above see Item 5c 4553000 i Overdrafts secured unsecured 6 V 8 Bond other than Liberty Donds but including V S Certificates of indebtedness U 8 bonds deposited to seenro circulation par aluo 6006000 JU Donds and rortiflcates of indebtedness owned and unpledged 4000000 g rremlum on U S bonds Liberty Loan Bonds 3 12 per cent and 4 per cent unplcdgegd 2500000 c Payments actually made un Liberty 41i per cent Bonds 1500000 I Stock of Federal Re erc Bank CO peryfent of subAggg...

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