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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 June 1918

k m i > + + + 4 ± Buy Your Shoes and TULIA TEXAS Hosiery Hats Shirts and Overalls From Us FRUIT and VEGETABLES Tuesday Friday and Saturday GRIFFIN Phone No 2 a aXJJ ± XX J Wn T I l I I1 I TTT T I T TTTTTTTTTTT1 Phone No 2 S B DYER The Saddle and Harness Man When in need oi Merchandise see him You will be surprised o see what he has Here are some articles carried in connection with the Saddles and Harness Rope Tires and Inner Tubes Guns Ammunition Cutlery Etc S B T > YER Tulia Texas AiLAlAiJiAili A L 1 TTTTTTTTTtMtl T F BURKS dealer in Coal Grain and Feed Blacksmith Coal Wagon Ya d and Barn in connection PHONE 87 A H BROOKS Manager Beginning The Cash Quality Grocers June the first we are selling our groceries strictly for cash and will give our customers the best cash prices on our quality groceries SHOES From June 1st to July 1st we are making a special discount of 10 per cent on our entire stock of shoes If you are looking for real bargains give us a call We are in the mark...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 June 1918

Tin s paper has enlisted with the government in the cavsc of America for the period of the war THE TULIA HERALD ENGLEMAN OBRYAN Owners BARNETT OBEYAN Editor J S ENGLEMAN rublkhcr Snlirrip < inn SI < H IVr Yrnr Hnt red as sercmdelass mitlm3ttr it the postontcfl at TullaTexv TULIA TI3VAS Tuno 14th 101S Here is tho way Editor T O Smith of Elgin Courier talks about Ms home folks and it is n mighty nice thing to bo nblo to talk lhat way nnd tell tho truth However every editor who can say such things about his people shonld do to for evcrv community likes to be prawd a 1 it But listen to Smith omen r husband uiil will nmlio homo in that < ity For Mrs Millr ha Jived in ftcr stVi r il I GENERAL NEWS ships of r > 00 tons each in ftvo Gov ernment yards wore awarded Monday by tho Shipping Board at Washington 11 C llight ships will be built at each jard with A Bcntlcy Sons Company in charge at Jacksonville Kin Krod J Ley Co nt Mobile Ala Schofield Knginecring Co at San Diego Cnl San...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 June 1918

Y I r t J3 9 LOCAL AND PKRSONAL J B Johnston wai looking aftor business matlors In Amnrlllo Inst Friday nml Saturday You nro wuVjod nt tho W 0 W mootlnf TuosdayNiIght of onch wook Loss hot nlr More War Saving Stamps Sivo or fight Its up to you 30 by 3 tubes ntBMJ Dyers for 275 ft L A Tlynt of Shamrock roturned homo tho first of tho wcok after n Wlslt In Tulla with his brotlior E W Tlynt Sco W A PorW Son for fresh Moalbrnn 22tfc days isit Mr and Sirs Lloyd Airhnrt nro tho proutl parents of a fine girl bom Fri ilny May 31st Sco our wng Snsbofore buying that Mrs J T Haloami baby returned ANNOUNCEMENTS Sun Jay from a visit with Mrs Halos mother Mrs W II Ilnmil in Kaufman Now PhonograpljTocords each month Flynt Jewelry Compony Jmlgcs D II Culton and Dennis Zlm nermann loft Thursday nftornoon for a business trip to Amnrlllo Call No i7 fof tho best of fresh Mealbran tX 22tfc Mr nml Miw C CrnuJurJ loft Sunday morning for Temple whore Mrs Crnwfnnl will receive special modicnl attention Buy n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 June 1918

WEEKLY WAR NEWS DIGEST fltorlcs of Activities and Conditions Throughout tbo TJnltod States and On tho Battle Fronts from Washington D 0 American Airman Tells of righting light canvas Webb belt and his bando Experiences leers Tbo German soldier has only 120 A Commute on lublic Information rounds and 30 of theso are In bis representative In London says knapsack To secure them at a critical There aro so better sportsmen in the moment be must lose vnluablo time world than tho allied airmen and Amcri The American wrebb belts according can aviators now fighting in Europo always play a fair game as they learn it from the allies F 0 Mngoun a former Harvard student now a member of the Royal air force recently bounded tells how tbo lives of German observers escaping from balloons havo been spared We caught three Hun balloons above tho allied grounds in a mist which prevented their gunners seeing u said he It was a cinch You should havo seen them hustle out their para chntcs and abandon the ba...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 June 1918

Jfrt 4 IOE30I O FOR SAlBY CITY DltUCJ STOEB Tulla Texas OENEKAI OEOP CONDITIONS Dallas Toxaa Juno 8 Toxas will produce largo crops for 1018 dcsplto tbo unusual drouth that has affected from onehalf to onothlrd of tho state According to reports mado for tho Fed oral Food Administration through tlio Texas Industrial Congress on Juno 1 Wheat acreage was grontly rodncod In tho wheat soctlon and heavy losses resulted from drouth and cold The yield is rated at 55 por cent of normal nnd tho crop will not eight or nino million bushols with tho lower figuro tho tnoro probable Dcsplto a two and a half per cent reduction in cotton acrooge reports indicates a crop this year of 3250000 to 3700000 bales If improvement reported continues tho yield may oven pass tho four million balo mark Tho Food Administration is gratified that Texas farmers responding to tho patriotic call for tho production of food and PRINCE The W H Miller Horse A Percheron Stallion will make the season at CG Hailes farm four ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 14 June 1918

beware or stook grafters Swisher County tlio Inst few months linn been overran with various stock propositions such ns oil stocks rubber flocks outo Stock nnd other kimls of stock so much so thnt our bunkers ssj thnt more money hns boon spent In Swisher County tn this worthless slock than hns been Invested in Liberty Bonds The situation hns becomo so alarming thnt in order to protect the eltlMsns of Swisher County from these slick tongucd money getters the Young Mens Business Longuo of Tulia openly discussed tho matter nt Its last meeting nnd appointed a committee to take steps toward n suppression of tho evilThis This committee desires to cnll tho attention of the citizens of Tulln to tho following article of Attorney General Looney published in the Dallns News on Juno 7 1018 jVuslln Texas Juno 0 Attorney General Looney has issued tho following statement in regard to tho blue sky law nnd the promotion of stock companies in Texas at this time This department has recently received a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 June 1918

W jr 100 per Year will Settle Your Subscription account Read tag on this page Clip check on page four Mail to Herald before July 1st f V TOR SAYINOS SUMPS issurDnvTiia UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT jIAOHINERY FOR OTULIA tv cannery has ARRIVED I Tlio Itcrnld Is niitliorizoil to nnnounco Hint the machinery for llio ennnory to bo located In Tulln Iins nrrrlvod It Is ttpectod tlml an export from tlio Stato A M Collogo will bo Bent lioro to juporlntend tlio erection ami beginning If oporntlon of tlio same Just as booh b tlio expert nrrrlves or within n vcek or ten days it is hoped to hnvo ho rnnnory In oporntlon Mr E W Putnam has been requested to act ns manager of said ennnory Whilo Mr Putnnm has much porsonnl business to attend to yet ho hns kindly consented to net ijvc fool that a wlao election lias mado in placing Mr Putnam at icad of thn enterprise Ho spent minuter very pleasantly in tlio Id oflleo Mr Putnam is embued tlio idea of ranking this ennnory mice to all our people and in so ear...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 June 1918

GENERAL NEWS Chambers of Commerce and other corn interns ly aJi < mercial ii the Mississippi Valley Monday > d the Railroad Admin istration M fW 3i < r > 0000 Washington D C to in vcjfi or more in barges or Slt to be operated between St Louis nnd New Orleans as a means of relieving railroads of a big traffic burden Ther were told that tho administration is investigating the advisability of such line following the establishing a can garrison 6000 civilian Americans system put into effect on the New York T and 20000 West Indians State barge canal It was explained Total casualties however that railroad lines rnnning frotr tie Middle West to Gulf ports are not as congested as those in tho East and are capable of hauling a great er quantity of freight than they arc now hauling their linos for several weeks rest aftor TEXAS SAVES FLOUR TO FEED taking part in the ChnteauThierry of ARMY IN FRANCE ONE MONTHi ordered back to The Slacker Can t Escape put of breweries has already be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 June 1918

m Ik TEXANS MUST AWAKEN TO OREATER EFFORTS Billing Toxns Jnud 21 With moro thnn flvo months of tho Wnr Savings campnlgn nlrondy gone Toxns up to Juno 1 hml invostocl but 13017817150 of Its 91000000 quotn In Unltoil Stntos Qovorninont Wnr Savings Stnmps This announcement wne mailo by Louis Llpsltz Stnto Director of tho Nntionnl Wnr Savings Commlttco who declared that nt tho present rnto of purclinso Texan will linvo sold Its 01000000 allotmont by Oct 1 1020 or a yoar and nine months nftor Doc 31 1018 tho lirno set by tho Government forgoing over tho top Tljo por cnpltn Invostmont of Tox nns In Wnr Savings Stninps on Juno 1 amounted to tho paltry sum of 385 On that date Mr IipslU doctoral Spurchaso records should hnvo shown that ovory mnn woman and child In Toxns owned 833 In War Savings Stamps If Texas kcops poking nlong at this slow paco tho Statos 91000000 War Savings Stamps quota which tho Government confidently expects Texan to purchnso In twelve months will not bo sold until tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 June 1918

Head your label on front Jingo fill out Oils died on your Hank fo tho UcrnM boforo July 1st nnd save do cents on tlio year s subscription TULIA TEXAS JUNE 1018 Pay to The Tulia Herald This paper has enlisted with the government in the Cause of America for the Dcriod of the war ± ji THE TULIA HERALD ENGLEMAN OBRYAN Owners BARNETT OBRYAN Editor J S ENGLEMAN Publisher SnbNrriptinn SI 00 Per Yenr EnWrwi as secondel ais mall mitior it tlie post olllce at Tulia Texas TULIA TEXAS June 21 t 101S In another column will b o found Food Note by W A Graham Deputy Tood Administrator for Swisher Countr Wo would especially call attention to the item in said articles in refirence to tho price of flour pmc margin and general summa rr which materially effect the farmers and consumers of Sm hcr County As not M from these the Food Administra lion ha indct 1 accomplished something ijnng its fir t venr of service fje r tho President The Herald i pleased to note that the women of TVxas are rapidly awakeni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 June 1918

F M R LOCAL AND PERSONAL V y Miss Tltlicl Halo returned Tuesday morning from nn cxtcndod visit to Cnmp Travis nnd with friends In Houston Ilcr many friends will lio glad to loam that slio is mucli improved in health Tho lovcrniiient needs your noiov juii mod tho stamps STKAYW Oil STOIDtf One bny fllloy Hanilltonlnn Soi h niibrnndod threo yonrs old nboutofiftocn hnndi high from my farm nhn miles west of Tiilln V 0 JENNINGS 28 2p J I Johnston reports having rocoiv cd nn o eollont letter from his son Charlie Charlie is In tho hospital corps in tho navy Ho hns finished lilseourso nnd has been trnnsforrod from Now port Phodo Islnnd to Paris Isl mil Ico Crci iu Simdn 10 cents nt Sic Cuno a Drugstore Why pay morof If you nro content to do your bit you nro a mighty poor Amorlcnn Tho best is tho ncodful thing now Buy War Savings Stamps to tho hilt of your ability Mra II C Seaman and son Marlon of Silvortou spent Pridny ovening In Tulln visiting Mrs Seamana cousin Sirs Annio Sweonoy Hnvo move...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 June 1918

WEEKLY WAR NEWS DIGEST Stories of Activities and Conditions Throughout tho United States and On tho Battlo Fronts from Washington D 0 Soldiers aro Transferred to Meet rartic ular Needs Noarly 240000 transfers of men from ono unit to another hnvo been made In Army camps as a result of occupational qualifications determined by investigations by tho War Department committee on classification of personnel Recently about 40000 transfers have taken place each week Through tho committee organisations have been buiit up in all Army camps by which enlisted men and commission ed officers aro classified according to occupational qualifications In some camps whore as many as 2000 men aro received dally forces of 200 intcrviow ers are employed to ascertain full information regarding each mans oc cupation education experience and special qualifications War Department Shows Procedure In Notifying Bclatlvo of Casualties Relatives of soldiers named in casualty lists forwarded from France ordinarily ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 June 1918

fit R It I E v < Arf V FOWLS MUST HAVE SUCCULENT KATION Practically Every roultry Grower Oan Save Money by Summer Planting of Somo Crops Tliat Will Supply Qroon rood for Poultry Throughout tlio Wintor Suggested Crops The tlmo hns arrived when poultry hoopers should begin uinMng provision for n supply of winter grpen feeds While such feeds contain only n i nm pnrntlvcly sninll porcontngo of nctunl food nutrbiits they nro Important bo cause of their succulonco nnd bulk which lighten tho grain rnllon nnd ns sist in keeping tho birds in good condition By Inking thought far enough ahead many hackyard poultry keepers cvon enn produce most of tho green feed noedod and thus nvold n consid orahlo expense If you hao enough ground tho doubloyard system isadvisablo for supplying green feed during tho growing season Hy this system tho birds nro confined lu one ot tho jards vvhilo tho other is planted to somo quick growing green feed into which thn lions nro turned when It nttnins a height of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 June 1918

FOOD NOTES Kood Produition The Pood Administration recommends the Tcpary benn to fellow parly summer mntarin crops tlint Ik for fall crop It is n great drouth reeintcr and nl o doo well ir riRBtod The bay rnnks with nlfnlfn nil Mock food When tho public onco lenrn tho Tepnryn value ns n food product tho Pood AilinlniMrRtion thinks thnt n demand for it will be crently increased Klouri The restriction thnt merchants may not order flour from mills has beca removed This does not mean thnt there is an abundance of flour Every one is urged to use ns little flour ns practicable The six pound rule as also the substitute rule is still in force But tho government deircs nnd is ask ing that ns many people ns possible uso less than six pounds Sugar How to Save Sugar Put less sugar in ten and coffee nnd dis olvo completely what you do use Uso lesson cereals DO NOT frost cakes Eat less candy Instead of sugar use cane corn nnd maplo sirups honey molasses and fruit sirups Town customers arc limited...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 June 1918

w I j > row Upol fire to Vjr fwa ARSAVlNOSStAWPS ISSUED BY Tim UNITED STATES I GOVERNMENT bo oil tlio fnll in tin well zelr i first llghtl points t tp look f supply i oats const winter green jn available nnd CKJon t Proclamation Volume 9 vo of Texas ty of Swisher OW ALE MEN BY THESE ENTS icrcas tlio President of tlio United of America hns designated Juno 4918 A D to bo Nntlonnl Wnr Ingi Iny nnd 1ms mitlioritntlvoly > iifl ovory adult innlo nml fo meetings to lio held > rospcctlvo school dls iru to tho United Stntes i o grcntest ninount thoy s > J invest in Unitod Stntes r Wnr Savings Stamps j > uillnBon Judgo of tlio Mior Stnte of Toxns do ft Bt of tho United Stntos ipnrtmont cnll upon nnd di It mnlcs nnd females rosl present in tho County of Swish on tho snid 28th dny of Juno 1018 D to bo in nttondnnco upon such itluga to bo licld in tho pnrticular ol districts in which thoy rcsida o mny bo present nnd solemnly pledge IRT V roM wv PKDM When you go to the school house...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 June 1918

T 4 T Svfttl By proclamation the President of he United States has authoritatively summoned all adult males and females to solemnly pledge to the Government the greatest amount they can save and Invest In United States Government War Savings Stamps They have been summoned to mke their pledges between now and June 2E Nat onal War Savings Day Tre proclamation provides that all adult males and females are to meet a nj Ptesae at appointed places In their school districts June 28 National War Savings Day and even though they have already made their pledges as they should have done they are at these meetings to reafflrm their War Savings Stamp pledges to the President on the official Government pledge card which will be furnished them for that purpose Pledges for War Savings Stamps made before June 28 National War Savings Day should be turned over TO THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES GREETING This war is one of nations not of armies and all of our one hundred million people must be economic...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 June 1918

4 > I I B B B B B BtlB Luxurlcs ns usual moans a victori fnnHBaHaHBHaHBHHHMHHHHHHMHBBHHBHHBRHBHHI Pledgo tho Presidont busiiicss later Pledge tlio Prcsidont ous Germany Snvo nnd buy War Snv Unusual business now means ro ings Stamps sumption of business ns usual later What Do You Need HERE IS WHAT WE HANDLE Coal IMsts Wire Salt Flour Meal AH v Kinds Field Seeds and all kind of Cow Horse and Hog Feed Farming Implements Wagons Windmills Pipe and Stock Tanks We also want a chance at anything in the grain and seed line you have to sell Our customers become our boosters Our Motto Service and fair treatment to all W C Cowan Grain Co wheat ihrco pounds of sugar per mouth Two pounds of meat per week Hn would havo laughed It off as pro posterous i TODAY and tomorrow and all the morrows henco until the WAR Is won Till It nbroid women to veto must tho mnneIouB qUnllt > of adaption plu register eagerness to serve will mako the Vol Pledgo the President untary System of Katlonlng qultoasi Jo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 June 1918

university rAitAORAPiis At tio close of tho day of the opening of the University of Terns lint Wednesday thcro wcro registered n to tol of 110 students a compared with 1004 on the corresponding day of last year This inrrenso in attendance came m a surpriso for tho reason that it wns expected that tho wnrwould bring about n big reduction in the number of men students As n matter of fact this was the case ns thcro is only n baro sprinkling of men among the 1107 who registered during tho first two days of tho session But for tho war It Is believed tho nttendanco this summer wonld havo easily reached 2000 students H O Tames Ph D director of tho Bureau of Municipal Itcsonrch of the University nnd Secretary E T Tax ton have prepared a very Interesting program for tho sixth Annual Convention of the Texas League of Municipalities which Is to be held In San Antonio Juno 10 20 There will be discussions nnd papers on many subjects nnd problems relating to municipal affairs Miss Bnth Harrell of...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 June 1918

i + n WHY RUSSIA QUIT Ambassador Morgcnthau whoso story U now boing publislicd iu Tlio Worlds Work Is bringing many Interesting facts to light Ho innkos clear for example how serious woro tho conso quoucos to Russia of tlio intrusion of the doolion niul Broilau Into tho Dar danelles wliilo Turkey was yot a neutral country iu iolntlon of International law and how with tho conulvnuco of high Turkish officials who woro presumably in Ocrmauys pay Turkoy was forced into tho wnr This cl09od tho Dosphorus against Russia and loft hor ouly t o ports through which sho couuld got wnr supplies from her Allies Archangel and Vladivostok being closed by lco part of tho yoar and each having but 0110 connoctlng railroad Russia was roally dofoatod through in cblllty to got sufllclont arms and ammunition but slio nlso had treason to contend with Mr Morgouthau says tho Qonnnns greatly onjoyod tho fnrcial protonso that tho Oocbon nnd Brcslau Tvoro Turkish ships Ono dny tho Oocbon sallod up tho Dospborus...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 June 1918

S l 1 I l 1 tci tie > jZir T ° s Te Sh < tor sert a bg < t i anJ i > bi tat upon lo Sailor m Pes Wilson Basis Of Governments WakTIme Financial Program aure that tbo lesson of saving Is learned and practiced by all tho people both President Wilson and Secretary William O McAdoo havo em haUcally declared In Just that moa sure will the Government float the bond Issues that may bo necessary In the future The sarins and Investing of the War Savings Stamp quota Is far from the only thine baaed on tho War Savings Campaign Tho future Liberty Loan bond Issues and tho floating ot tho Treasurys indebtedness certificates are wholly dependent for success upon tho constant practice of economy through tho modluiu of War Barings Stamps Texans aro called upon to savo and lBTCSt J91000000 this year In War Baring Stamps and It Is vitally necessary that this be done and that eTeryone practices to the utmost the principles of wartime economy which the Qovornment Is teaching with War Savings...

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