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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 May 1918

fr > J k > 5r + tw + + + + + t + t4 + + + + + + + 4 + + + + + t4 + + + + + + < l + + + + W4 + + t + + + + + WJM rocery A A Tho Trcaaury Department has ox Is shown by tho fact that offoctivo tondod to Grant Britain nn nddltional control of tho milk supply Is nlroady credit of 75 000000 making tho total being consldorod in order to moot a of Amorican lloans to that country 2 posslblo greater ehortago later in tho 705000000 hind tho total to all coyear and that somo soctions of English belligerents 57303850000 labor nro favoring extensions of tho Tho British meat shortago is being i compulsory rationing systom to broad chcoso nnd tea felt moro severely than at any tlmo sinco war was sitnrtod That tho short1 wss ago is not contained to meats howovor Is your money rusting or fighting JtOI o D o D o IOC OCXO 30E30C 30EZOE 301 301 PRINCE r The W H Miller Horse Afijpercheron Stallion will make the season aW G Hailes farm four miles North of Tu ilia TEIRM 1000 for Colt to stand up a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 24 May 1918

No 207 BANKS Official Statement of the n mnnal Condition of the TULIA BANK TRUST COMPANY at Tulln State of Texas at tho clo o of business on tho 10th day of Mny 1018 published In tho Tulln Herald a newspaper printed and published at Tlla Stnto of 101S Of Toxas on tho 24tli day May RESOURCES Loans and Discounts personal or collateral 26130471 803034 Loans real estate Overdrafts Bonds and Slocks Ronl estate banking house Other Ileal E lato Furnlturo and rixtnrcs Duo from Approvod Reserve Agents net Demand Certificates of Deposit Cashiers Checks L Bills Payable and Rediscounts Certificates of Deposits issued for money borrowed Other liabilities Total Chase Sanborn QUALITY remembered PRICE forgotten YOUR LIBERTY BOOT WORTH ONE HUNDRED CENTS ON THE S TUCKER PRODUCE CO VULIA Telephone 3 TEXAS aoraon aosaos 30E30E ItKGlSlKRH or GRAMS BYRON GIST 122304 2050000 1450000 3S3lL 407460 473S23S Due from Banks and Bankers subject to check net 1700000 Cash Items 2H 1747500 Currency flpocio < 1S6...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 31 May 1918

St 4 V H s irmSAVTNOSSTAMPS ISSUED BY THB UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT turday was mi important day whon nearly ovory business town was closod and the clti lerod at tho depot to bid Gods l ho doparting friends who woro tlio soldlors training enmp jiind grounds wcro pnekod friends nnd relatives 3ounr ns represented by Jf omer E Brooks and Henry Grady Leo Garner ompton Frank Alva Onvot presented Briscoo Wise Dellls Hooks Rittonbcrry Clinrlcs PJticbnrdson Elmer Vjlrnvcs Wiung men wont to f rt Worth KT other young rtJeJsio Newberry a boy Mr Wnrron Copo t our locnl board for Silver Ico nnd Mr Perry Eld Ct nit by our locnl board Moult county Col Messrs Cope nnd Eld i to Oanip Travis nnd Mr Get Your Season Tickets for the Big Chautauqua to be Held in Tujia June 3rd 4th and 5th Volume 9 + 1 BOYS HEAVE rOtt J Xowborry to Camp Bonio THE TRAININQ CAMPS Wlillo It is somowhat with a feeling of Hint friends 1 We rdgrot wo sco tbcBo our IT IS NOTHING SHORT OF CRUELTY TOR ANY WOMAN + JAVE TO COOK IN A H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 31 May 1918

DESTROY TESTS Or POULTRY keep fowls rrr Miles Which Work on the Fowls ati Night Must Bb Combated rith I Sprays In the Poultry Houses Fowls arc infested by two kinds of body rarn Hes lire and mite Wee live eontlnnously upon the bblrds The common mite feeds upon them on tho roosts at night nnd after ffedlng se cretes Itself In the rrnrks and prnvicesi i nbont the roosts There are many different kinds of poultry llro Tho e most common on j fowls nre thp body loo o yellowish in j eolornnd nbout onetenth of nn inch in I jl ngth which remains on the skin of tho fowl the shnft louse somewhat smaller nnd vi rv jinlo in color which is usnhltv seen on tho shafts of tho feathers nnd the head lonsc a large Rrny spwles whili is most frequently observe nn tho head of yonnc chickens Lice arc nnt usually i > abundant Unft bat Thcv multiply rapidly upon birds of Vtc vitnlltr Sind slu irish tern perninmt nnt arc pnicklv distributed thror1 fWl upon rciii c whers i do into I ins i ftc > 1 in Mr T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 31 May 1918

I I + > j > + > m < > h > a > > > > vH + > > J4J 0o M OEZOt HELP WIN THE WAR Government Request will be Complied With Our Government Has Requested ALL GROCERS TO GO ON CASH BASIS We are doing our best to help win the war by following the instructions and requests we get from the Government Beginning June 1st we will SELL FOR CASH ONLY This change is made necessary 1st because our Government asks us to do it 2nd because practically everything we buy we have to pay the cash for no datings as in peace times The wholesalers have gone to the cash system which would force us to make the change even if our Government did not request it We all must do our part to win the war and we are going to win and we must do what our Government asks as it knows what is best V NKW LOCATION I nra now located on Main street tiro doors cast of the Hotel Tulin I am prepared to do nil kinds of repairing of furniture clocks watches gunB etc Bring your repair jobs to my shop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 31 May 1918

This paper has enlisted WHh the government in the cause of America for the period of the war THE TULIA HERALD ENQLEMAN k 0BRYAN Owners BARNETT OBRYAN Editor J S ENOLEMAN Publisher Subscription St 01 IVr Yrnr Entered as M Comlrlvss mall matter xl the post tllce at TiillaTexas TULIA TEXAS May 31 101S PBESDDENT URGES CONGRESS TO PASS NEW REVENUE LAWS Continued from First TapuJ will not of ihemsalves nstain the groat Ir etilirt1 bulgct to which we must irnturlntih look forward W fan not m fnirnps ait until the end of the Vrnl voir i at ban to apprise our i nf the fixes thpr mint pay nn tl i nunc of the present calendar t tivse accounting and ox ter i ill then Vie cloned We < creased taxes unless the rmjj > n what they are to he an r f the neeesaarr economy to t m nailable Pefinltones iar t < as to what it tn i t i nbsolntcly necessary for t vofnl ilministration of the tret m r i nntiot frame fair and worl it 1 > ri rintmns in hn te and it raust mine its regulations in Mste i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 31 May 1918

te s + 305 buys a 33 > > Dyors LOCAL AND PERSON AL VF Roussor a prosperous farmer of tho Kress country was a business visitor In Tulla Monday > Automobllo Paining and Top Building RICHARDS PLAINVIEW Mini Imogono Mclntyro of Canyon is In Tultt visiting lior aunt Mm 0 0 Hutchison Mrs Mary Clayton wns qulto sick tlio first of tlio wootciVliut Is roportod better at this writing Mrs A L Hnwklns is In Silvorton visiting licr sister Mrs T If Stevenson 8 0 Burkes iind family loft tlio first of tlio week for Hurokn whoro tlioy exicct to mnko their futuro home 8eo W A Porter Nion for fresh Mealbran 22 tfc F S McCuno mul family Miss Edith McCiino and Mrs 1 M Tucker attended Church of Christ services last Sunday sight at Union mil tuba nt S II Comity Attornoy W A Ornhain has been confined to his bed this week with nn attack of mumps S our wagons Bvjoro buying thnt now ono you irn gnlngsfri buy W 0 Cownn Ornin Co > v Chautniirpin Tfnlia Junc 8 nnd 5 Our proscription business Is growi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 31 May 1918

y 5 I M B B B m S ei 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 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 Weappreciate 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 2 B J 20rS Si SBBlM iOj trough the mails to foreign coun tries coin and Department to Order 731 In conformity with the proclamn tou and the regulations thereunder ssued by the President on September 7 1017 concerning the export or sbiji ment of coin bulli...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 31 May 1918

I > iSV t Phone No 1 on + + + + + + VH + + + + + + m + + + + + Fruits We are Receiving DEWBIERRES PEACHES and APRICOTS Twice a Week VEGETABLES Twice a Week Tuosday and Friday Just Received 3 nice new line pf MENS AND BOYS SHOES Give us a call for anything in our line Hood this searon and you can ilopinl them being true to name our prices 01nro lire right Como and seo thciu W 0 COWN CHAIN CO TULIA TKX S r So B DYEBK The Saddle and Harness Man When in need of Merchandise see him You will lie Mir prised lo see what he litis Here are some articles curried in connection with the Saddles and Harness Hope Tires and Inner Tubes Guns Ammunition Ctitlen Etc STRK DYER Tulia Texas T F BURKS dealer in Coal Grain and Feed Blacksmith Coal Wagon Yard and Barn in connection PHONE 87 A H BROOKS Manager > < Somo people say Stay nway from hearers of all kinds nnd all nmuso ments whllo tho war Is on This is all wrong Wo hnvo Borrow nnd troublo and worry enough over tho brutal war Thon whilo wo ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 31 May 1918

WOEB IN 3CHEDULE Or BANTA rEJASSENOER TRAINS Revised passenger train schedules go into effect on nil railroads west of Chie ago on Sunday Juno 2nd by order of tho Director General of Roilroads The committee on revision of wctorn Mbednlcs had ilirection to coordlnnto passenger scrvico and cllmlnnte trains not necessnrv Tlic trnii portntion need of every section wero carefully studied nnd comparatively few trains were cancelled Tct tho total passenger train miles rllmisntcd will lie aronnd 11723000 and the saving in operating cost about 0800000500 a year Much equipment urgently needed for moving troops will nlso be released and It most be borne in mind that tho Ameri can rnilroads are an essential part of BAYLOR UNIVERSITY SUMMER SCHOOL OUTERS ADVANTAGES W Mtd Texas May 22 101S Klitor of Tulln Herald Pear Sir In lhi the most critical tlmo of tho worlds history I think tho young people of our nation should moro than oxer think of their education nnd propn ration for lifes duties In vie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 June 1918

iWv > w TIE War Victory 3y up to Jmember 100 per Year will Settle Your Subscription account After July 1st it will be 150pr Year NSettle Up Now PROGRAM AT ITSBYTERIAN OHUROH members of tho Presbyterian Bclionl will rondor a eliort pro noxt Sunday Juno Otb Immo tho Sunday school liour nibject of missions Is ono that is r hearts of all Christians and j ijo many lessons brought out 4 ttvJ8ram nl08 l Invlta is extended to all tt > bo prcsont Dcdgc tho President HYATTROGERS Iss Ola Hyatt and Mr Den Rogors i iqpplly married Sunday afternoon jjoclock at tho homo of tho brldos Jnts Mr and Mrs Mart Hyatt In < avSro community Rov Gordon rctt jfflaigfod ho bWe Isa bright and gifted lady A Isflv leader not only in her com iUnity but throughout tho county fcMr Bogota liono of Swisher Countys ersovcrlng young farmors and has oroved hisworth by his many abilities Tho Herald is pleased to join with tho many friends in wishing much sue sos and happiness to theso ostimablo young people Pledg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 June 1918

J THE KANSAS CITY conversion or liberty bonds MARKET REPORT Liberty Bond of tho first l sue Liberty Bonds of tlic second issue nnd Kansan City Stork Yard June 3rd j Liberty Bond obtained by converting Jills Cattle market hart n tror Kcr jionda 0f the first issue lcVnonds of tendency todny followlnp n small ad < ne fef0nd issue can bo converted into vnnec Tlmrsdny and Friday top beef bonds of the third iisno during tho fix etecrs 1740 rocclpts 11000 head Hogs months period beginning j Ry 0 nnd were much wanted c peclally by pack cmiing November P 101S era sales 5 to 15 higher top 1055 j Deliver of the bands issued in con receipts 0000 head Sheep sold 25 low 1 version can not be made prior to July cr coats 25 to CO lower top lambs i hut bonds pre cnted for conversion 2025 receipts 11000 head Beef OatUo Packer buyers nre trying to prevent nn advance but they nlo act like they needed cattle The supply of good fed steers is light and it seems that good beet cattle should hold steady T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 June 1918

fli J > K 7 Wartime Responsibility l v Yours and Ours National necessity has put a new responsibility on every motorist Utmost service is demanded the highest usefulness of yourself and your car Service and economy are your only considerations Our responsibility gee hand in hand with yours As the largest rubber manufacturer in the world it is our duty to supply you with tires of unfailing reliability and extreme mileage United States Tires are more than making good in this time of stress They arc setting new mileage records establish ing new standards of continuous service effecting greater economy by reducing Tire cost per mile There is a United States Tire for every car passenger or commercial and every condition of motoring The nearest United States Calcs and Service Depot will cheerfully aid you in fitting the right tire to your needs are Good1 hres lfflJ TRUNNELLS GARAGE PHONE 31 Tho Liberty Dond It is as strong as nil tho banks all tho farms all tho mines alt tho factories ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 June 1918

effect wc will accept paidinadvance subscriptions at the rate of 100 per year There arc many on our lists who arc paid in advance some have ordered the Herald and not yet paid others arc in arrears for a year or more Whichever class you arc in the Invitation is cordial to come in before July 1st and pay for the Herald at 100 per year Every one of our subscribers we appreciate and we earnestly solicit your continued yendship and financial suih v ifasjaSE tv gethelt T hM wsiteo our ic some of our friends say that it is within the province of ye editor to say thnt a twoin h rain fell yet we will not sav so We just simply say that the pro perity smile continues to adorn the faces of our farmers and stockrnisers and the high grade cattle and abundant row crops will be self evldeut as to the fertility of oUr soil and the superiority of Swisher County Come ye of little faith we will show you that there is meat in our smokehouses and money in the pockets of our citizens which will be used n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 June 1918

i Lfr F l > I LOCAL > 7ANI PERSONAL PaVn Automobile Paljntlng nndTop Building nianAnns plainview J E McCuwo loft Monday morning for a busincs trip to Chlllleotho You aro Wanted ntYtho W 0 W mooting Tudeday rilghtVof each weok Mrs C C Culton of Waco Is In Tnlia nml hvill mako lior homo with licr son Judge D II Culton 395 buys a 33 by 3wtubo at B B Dyers Itlclnnond Piorson has ncccptod a position as fountain clerk nt tlio Crawford Pharmacy Sco W A Mealbran Portor ofi for fresh 22tfc Now Phonogxapn records each month Plynt Jowelry Company Cnll No iffor tho best of fresh Mealbran V 22tfc Mr and Mrs C L Cooper wero visitors in Amarillo Tucsdny Buy a 3lVby 4 of 8 B Dyer for 185 Mr nd Mrs T F Mounts nnd daughter Miss Sammlc of Halo Center isitcd friends in Tulla Monday 175 will buy n33 by 4 tube nt S B Dyers J T Scott of Locknoy spent n portion of this week In Tulla looking after builncis matters and visiting relntlvos It us innko you n Now Top IHrli ards Auto PalntlngYPIalnvlew i v ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 June 1918

r try It ought to be a fieut satislarlion to the patents iid friends of tin bo of our Soutlweitfru country to kno thai wlnitmi thoy go initio Unlind mutes the canun ot the Red Cross are on baud and rudy to take tare u tbim In case of ua emergi nc > aw tbereforf we know that the uimm if lite South west ttil uulcuaie Jhe opi r tutiity 01 ct l < hijiui Hcd Ciobr ui teens to > cJif < ai of other troopi li < UHty IBM thtougil their own hi towns lanuimTablu lettrs ure r < > from the olflcirs and rfl n t th ir upprei i t Ion of tho i i A that hui fcriii howri Hum by he Hed Cipub c niiw on tluii Journm < I Will I U tlOIll blt Ubt t i Im ters to i > eapttio Kxtrt I 51 WW w IV Jilt Up 1 < U I i N iow 11 1 L lb I > r mi 1 during t > i ii would be Rlsa to uuum jua o v fir uiur thoughtful hss hut h II Is lmp lble fc i i to b In io linn i i i It f i Hi oi to i Mm vi ill h n f at b < canteen committee waited ou a uajn Lommi iiuui I piiu on the 30th J and toos...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 June 1918

W r J t + + M + 4Mfr + + + > MK + + + + 4 M + + Fruits Ve are Receiving DEWBIERRES PEACHES and APRICOTS f Twice a Week t VEGETABLES Twice a Week Tuesday and Friday I Jus Received a nice new line of MENS AND BOYS SHOES Give us acall for anything in our line TREASURY EEDUOES ijnm INSURANCE BATES For tho fourth time finco tho Government undertook the Insuranco of American ships the rnrRlak Insur anco Bureau of tho Treasury has ro duccd tho rato ekargefl for tho Insurance j Tho last reduction irlado last wook reduces tho rato on hulfj and cargoes through tho war zone from American ports to ports of Great Britain and the Atlantic coast of Franco from 3 to 2 por cent Tho original rato was 6V por cent i This Is substantial testimony to the curbing of tho Gorman Uboats a process that has been going on steadily slnco tho American fleet wont on tho job Pledgo the President I quality groceries SHOES Pledgo tho President RESTRICTION LIFTED 7I I Phone No 2 TULIA TEXAS < > + + MH + + 4fW...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 7 June 1918

I DIRECTOR LIPSITZ UROES WAR SAVINGS STAMTS Dallas Texas Pledge tlio President will be tlio slogan under which tfco United States Treasury Department nnd the National War Savings Committee will operate tlio Juno drivo in Texas tot the pledging of the 91000000 War Savings Stnmp quota which Secretary William C McAdoo has assigned to Texas On June 29 National War Savings Day Louis Lipsitz State Director of tbo National War Savings Committee has pointed out every adult taxpayer and wageearner authoritatively called by Presidential summons to attend tho mooting in his school district will indicate to the President the greatest amount he can save and invest in War Savings Stamps by December 31st While the War Savings quota for Texas has been made on the basis of an investment of 20 from every man woman and child in tho state the Government will not consider such a pledge sufficient from any person who can make n larger pledge Mr Lipsitz de clared Stressing tho importanco that tho Governme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 June 1918

V i i S1 ir 1 > V EBE TH + p TA1 IN LIMIT CLUB reduces tho t cC 2S > Nntional Wnr Sav job T Phone No 46 T = fmber 100 per Year will Settle Your Subscription account After July 1st it will be 150 per Year Settle Up Now SHOULD IE HEARTY Tho Prodicnt 1ms spolen To nil Americans o ovcry Tcxai ho bused out Yho Nntlonnl loccsslty of JajHllgont economy tho nod for frugality In personal oxpcndiiirc Upon all ho has urged tho dnllyprnctlco of tho war savings lesson torough tho modium of War Savings Samps By proclamation he hrt set asldo Juno 28 as Nntionnl War tavingB Day and hns authoritativelysummonod every man nnd woman to nnko boforo or on that day his mnxlmtii pledgo in War Bavings Stamps to the United Stntes Government Tho summons of tho Fcdrnl Government directing attendance ipon pledgo meetings to ho hold In tery school llstrlcl In this county Juo 28 will > non be rocohod by tho idult males females of this subdMslon Bo he tlmo comes to slgnthe Federal ngs Stamps plodgccnrd wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 June 1918

whV the Proclamation In necordnnro with the Proclamation Issued by tlio President of tho United States and that promulgated by tho Governor of tlin filnte of Texas deslg nnling Jiina 28th 1018 A D as Notional Wnr Savings Day and summoning nil wago earners and tax payer inalo and female of tho Union to meet together at 2 oclock on tho afternoon of aid day at tho schoolbousos of their eevoral sehool districts then and thcro to plodge tho grcato t amount of their Havings to bo invested tho remainder of tho year in Wnr Savings Stamps therefore T Dennis Zimmcrmnnn Mayor of the City of Tulia do hereby proclaim and designate the said 2Sth day of June 1018 A D n Nntionnl War Saving Day in tho City of Tuba and do sol omly call upon all adult wage earners nnd tax payers of the said City of Tulia to be present nt said meeting and then and there to make their pledges as re quired by the Presidential proclamation which calls upon tho people of the State of Texas to sae and invest 01000 000 in Wa...

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