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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 June 1918

T w M ft HELPIHG THE GOVERNMENT AND OTJESELVE8 Julius Rosonwnld president of Soars ItoolmcU Co now serving ns a lnombcr of tlio Advisory Commission of tlio Council of National Dofcnso lms frequently Btntcd I1I9 licllof Hint our victory ovor tlio Toulonle powers will bo Avon tho sooner If nil of us follow tlio prnctico of buying only those things which wo need Ho said recently Wo enn finance tho enormous cost of this v > nr by upending only for tho things wo noodj not by spending for tho things wo desire Just so long ns wo contlnuo tospond for things wo do not ncod just that long do wo prolong tho wnr nnd ndil to tho tro mondons Bncrlfico of llfo nnd property No t until all of us renlizo tho stent fact that nil spending no matter for what consumes lnbor and mntcrlul nd that labor nnd material are tho essentials of victory will wo bo awnlto to tho fundamentals of this gravo situation Wlion wo do thoroughly grasp this truth and then net < > s our conscience and ns our patrioti...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 21 June 1918

< b TEXAS NEWS ic was furnished by the different chureTi choirs under the lead of Sam S Losb army song leader at Camp Bowie The crowning festivity for Monday was tho fellowship picnic at Lake Worth All Texas dihtrict draft board members are to hold a conference with Major John C Townes Jr supervisor s5I r of tho Texas sole tivo pen Ice In AuMln grnntcd tho following applications for next Friday The work or fight County Commissioner nnd Judges of regulations of Provost Marshal Gen the Statu will meet In Fort Worth on crnl Crow dor aro to bo eonsldored and August 8th nnil Oth for their nnntial the rochceking of clarifications and convention according to announcement other matters pertaining to tho raining made Monday by 12 II Lilly of tho Fort of Texas new quoin will be discussed Worth Chamber of Commerce This Is Fedornl regulations affecting di the third State convention of county mensions of fruit baskets nnd contain officers booked for that city Tho State ers will not be enforce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 June 1918

< i m i W ukU > < Its I indulgo Bu 485 Thrl T Year will Settle Your Subscription account Read tag on this page Clip check on page fou r Mail to Herald before July 1st o VARSAVINGS STAMPS ISSUED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT tOELLENT SERMONS AND r MUSIO MARK THE REVIVAL 0f rovivnl rerlccs at tlio Baptist thi lavo contlnuod during tho noclt cur r Ilodge the rniu nt 1 not b of tl women io pnla of tho save Tl Volume 9 QUESTIONNAIRES BEING MAILED TO REGISTRANTS Ttiosdny morning Juuo 25 tho local Draft Board for Swisher County mailed the Jarrctt gives Ills very heart and out 25 per cent of tlio questionnaires o o his mossages and with noithorlo thoso who reglstorod on Juno Oth not apology preaches tho truths 1018 Twentyfive per cent was mall Iod l Holy Bible Tlvo havo como imird nnd accoptod Christ as their N < nnl Savior vhllo others havo mnu fn d a doop concorn for tholr souls n uro Under his preaching Christi too hao boon nwnkonod to tholr rty and responsibility and much ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 June 1918

WEEKLY WAR NEWS DIGEST Stories of Activities and Conditions Throughout tho United 8tatea and On the Battlo fronts from Washington D fL Army Store lu Trance Sells Goods to Emergency Building to Provide for Soldiers Below Retail Prices j Soldiers Costs Sl170610000 Oddly Shaped Ten Now Get Pitted In Army Shoes Two out of every men in the Army have to have their shoes made to order In several ramps entire regiments have bud their feet measured and hundreds of drawings wore made of odd shapes and size At the present time the Army uses between 2010000 and 3000000 pairs of > hoes a month Parts brought out in tests seem to prove that men in the present Army are larger than those serving in previous wars Not only is this shown by the larger sires of shoes called for but by the larger sizes of outer clothing that is being required Records in tb Quartermaster Corps show that a size larger on tho average is being demanded in blouses tbirta and breeches than have ever before been used Tests f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 June 1918

M 97 Owners9 Choice OF all the Ajax Tires 97 are Owners Choice They go to individual motorists who insist on Ajax Tires in preference to other tires which came SBeM with their cars fVo V j Note in the picture Shoulders of Strength They support the tread give it more strength where needed greater road endurance And Ajax Tires alone can have this extra mileage feature It is fully patented A3AX ROAD XING More Tread on the Road The supporting Shoulders of Strength of Ajax Road King give it more tread on the road mqre contact area That means longer life a better grip Seo too thebig triangle barbs They grip the road for safety Let uj till you mil about Ajax Tires and Ajax Inner TubeVW are tbs Ajax Tire Supply Depot in this locality THE HIGHWAY GARAGE Blacksmith Machine Shop While Others Are Claiming Quality We Are Guaranteeing It ANOTHER ONE MAKING OOOD Ono of tho most brilliant minds cvor gracing tho balls of congress was that of J W Bailey a representative from Oooxo county Texas Ills c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 June 1918

r Rend your label on front page till out this check on your Bank to tlio Herald bcforo July 1st ami Pay to The Tulia Herald This paper has enlisted with the government in the cauf e of America for the Denod of the war = THE TULIA HERALD ENQLEMAN OBRYAN Owners BABNETT OBRYAN Editor J S ENQLEMAN Publisher SnliBrripltmi 5100 Per Venr for good government in Tulia and Swisher Connty and of course for Governor Hobby is Judge D II Cullon Jndge Culuton Wednesday received a late copy of Bob Shnlers paper The Lance This is n special antiFerguson edition and meets tie issues of the dgo Cuiton of Vl < s Lance tha Wrdne dav received extra copies and will distribute them to the voters of Swisher County If guson call on Judge Cuiton for n copy of the Lance Pledge tho President THE WORLD WAR THE RESULT OF UNHOLY AMBITION Yea all kinps shall fall down before Him all nations shall serve nim Psalms Failure to recognize an true this statement of the Psalmist accounts for the awful conflict which i n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 June 1918

4 r k f LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mews J W Mount J It Simpson nnd W W Stephenson ntul Itnstcrs ABliliy Leo Stuckoy nnd J M Simpson Jr woro nt Halos much tlio first of tlio wcok and cilioyod n liunt for jack rabbits Tlio young men report having pent n plonsnnt day nnd killed ipiltc a numbor of rabbits roit SAIjIJ NowKnrrnnd player plnno nt a sncrltift Going townr next Mondny If y oNi wnnt a bargain speak quickly 0 W Warwick Canyon Texns Mr nnd Mrs 11 W Peters loft Wednesday for Houston whoro tlioy vv111 spend sonio linio for tlio benefit of Mrs Iotors lienltli Dr C W Jielnrllng left Mondny morning for Temple where ho wns call cd to attend Mm W 0 Crawford and assist In nn operation Mrs Doglo Itrooks of Wayside was in Tnlla Wednesday shopping and visiting friends Dr J It McGoo and family of Nuw Boston accompanlod by Miss Ida Lou Ellis of Lubbock spent a portion of last wcok In Tulla visiting Dr and Mrs C W McJ nrllng nnd children Dr Mc Goo Is an old friend and schoolmnto of Dr Mclarling and a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 June 1918

IV i m rM CIVILIANS MOST NOT USE WHAT GOVERNMENT NEEDS Franlc H Anderson the Snn Frnn Cisco banker savs When Congress appropriated 20 000000000 for the first year of tlio wnr It consciously or unconsciously appropriated the labor and services of nil of tho people of tlio United 8tntc > not 20000000000 but raw material and the labor to turn that raw urate rial Into tho finished product needed in tho prosecution of the war Tlio production of tho country before it enlorod Into tho war was approximately 40000000000 tho consumption approximately T > 000 000000 the oxce s approximately 5000000000 Consequently tho ability to make good tho appropriations of Congress requires increased production or decreased consumption or both thnt would ralso tho surplus from tho normal 5000000000 to 2000000000 v Tho plans and activities of the Administration will fail or bo delayed to the extent that the popnlation fails to bring tho surplus of production over consumption to tho basis demanded by C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 June 1918

Special atKfntlhi irUen Hon and correction of Tulia lo uxainliH land tlllus Ycxa Wiifi mmmm KIUSyiATSVJ GOPHERS AiicArii J0R SALE Br CITY DRUG STORE Tulia Texas LOOAIi TIME TABLE Panhandlo Santa To Hallway Oo Tulia Texas Southbound Pauonger Trains No 000 Arrives 1127 P M No 004 Arrives 003 A M Northbound Passenger Trains No 003 Arrives 1000 A M No 005 Arrivos 430 P M Local Freight and 1assongor Service North and South Bound Daily except Bundny O W DAVIS Agent Plodgo the Prosidont Buy a 34 by4of a B Dyor for 485 You nro wantoa < tho W O W mooting Tuesday night of each weolr EASY Money 11 Yes thats what all of our customers say > and you will voice the above sentimentj EASY MONEY when you find that NINETY CENTS has the purchasing power of a DOLLAR at our store SHOES Dont forget the special discount of 10 percent waie giving on Shoes from June 1st o July 1st fWE PAY CASH FOR CREAM iitia Grocery Co SJB DYER TW ddle and Harness Man When iiWuicil of McTclttffiftisc tGJci Yon will li...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 28 June 1918

IBjvSr r o r FOOD NOTES Deputy Food Administrators Tho following men have qunllflod nil Deputy rood Adminlst rotors for their respective School Districts Xf Xf Stephenson of Tulln for Tulin Indopcndcnt a 11 Gardner of Vigo for Vigo B < boot W T Townsond of Hnppy for Hnp VSJ R Hankins of Tulln for Mc Quire VT M Hcarn of Tulln for Flynt 0 0 Fdklns of Tulln for Elklns W 0 Tone of Tulln for Lovo Xf H Spcnr of Tulln for Bod Ilill W T Cnrvor of Vigo for Hcasant Jess Pearson of Tulln for Valley View E A Foe of Tulia for Union H11L B 1 Mnlkey of Hnppy for Word Henry Settle of Hnppy for Liko view T M Milliard of Tulin for Houston Elmer IL Childress of Tulin for Childress Appointments hnvc been mado for nil other school districts but ns yet Bono have qualified As soon ns others nro qualified notice will bo given so thnt rcsldonls of encb school district will know to whom to go for advico concerning the Federal Food Adminis irntion SUGAR made wberc v more than SCr J p fU bo < ione b i a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 July 1918

PS ft M N l 4 a v > t ft ss RSAVINOSSTAMM KlUKDWrTHtt COVERKMENT Volume 9 IBHEB COUNTY OVER8TJB BOBIBED THE W a S QUOTA 8 < > tho overlasting crodlt of Bnlthet ens Tho Herald colls nttontlon to fact that thoy havo ovorsubscrlb ho War Savings Stamps quota otod last wook our quota was 120 and wo understand that this quota decoded by about 2000000 Tho job womon and business firms 0 Hated on tho Limit Club do tho commondatlon of tholr nds Others who Invested 50000 25000 10000 and othor amounts do ervo as much pralso for having dono heir duty according to tholr ability know of many who did all that oxpeclcd of them somo In tho Clubs and othors In tho lesser Those who did not do tholr mot have tho clear conscience well done nor of backing up their Government nor tho sol > io ore fighting for them As they are we know not they telr only judges jo Herald will bo pleased to give corrected statement from Chairman v Tomlinson as to tho amount cold giving It by quoia from each met an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 July 1918

TElUtELL ISSUES A STATEMENT college College of Industrial Arts and DISTUMJANCES RETARD LAYING guson Impeachment lour DEALING WITH GOVERNORS RACE THINKS IMPEACHMENT Or TERGUSON WAS LEGAL t nolo in tbo papers thai tlicro Is quite n controversy between certain It does seem to mo that Ferguson vls estopped to deny its legality if any ones actions can really ostop him ForgusonVlnnyors urged in tbo scnato that tbo Impeachment was illegal bo Cause bo had not submitted tho question to the special srtsiofi but thoy did not even ask n scparato oto on ho question After tho houso votod tho Impeachment charges ho surrendered tho offlco without controversy thus showing that in his judgment or in the judgment of his attorneys thcro was no serious quoMion about its legality Certainly the lawyers who represented him in that caso wercas nblo as some of the e appointee of his who to the legality aro giving out opinions as ity of thnt proceeding After tho trial In tbo senate and when tbo vote showed th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 July 1918

Wm RN mw Srvp r x u = 4 t t EASY Money Yes thats what all of our customers say and you will voice the above sentiment EASY MONEY when you find that i v NINETY CENTS has the purchasing power of a DOLLAR at our store SHOES We have a dandy good line of Shoes and invite you to look them over before you buy Our line comprises all grades and siz WE PAY CASH FOR CREAM The Tulia Grocery Co S B DYER The Saddle and Harness Man When in need of Merchandise see him You will be stir used io see what he has Here arc some articles carried i connection willi the Saddles and Harness Rope sTires nd Inner Tubes Guns Ammunition Cutlery Etc > B DYER Tulia Texas 1ICULTON P C TAYLOR CDLTON T YL0R Attorneys and Couuselors at Lap Special attention g gy nd correctlci 0 lven to examlna on of laud title run SAU BY iITY DRTJ3 STORE Tulia Texaa LOCAL TIME TABLE thandle Santa To Railway Oo Tulia Texaa Southbound Paasenger Trains 900 Arrives 1127 V M 004 Arrives 0 < T M Northbound Passenger Tr a 003 Arrives 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 July 1918

of our other bravo boys > Thi j paper has enlisted With the government in the caosc of America for the period of the war THE TULIA HERALD ENOLEMAN k OBBYAN Owners HARNETT 0 BRYAN Editor J a ENGLEMAN Publisher SnliNfirlpllfin SI 10 lVr YVnr Rntflred as rp < v Mclavs mall matter it thp post onice lit TullaTexas TULI TEXAS JulyI IMS Mrs L W Jordan received official notlco tho first of tho week from tho Government thnt her soninlaw Harry Jordan has landed safely in Prance Horry Is in tho Engineer corps narry has had as good an account of himself as any Wo bcllcvo that tho women of Swish pr Ciiunty will tally to tho call of the government Under the leadership of MiM Minnie Cooper a meeting of tho la11oj was held Wednesday nftcrnoon In tin district court room nt tho court hon o of his favored section In tho mochani cal lino ho shows tho earmarks of nn old timer and one who knows how If tho business men will but stnnd be hind him as strongly as his friends of former days recommend hi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 July 1918

4 lit L Vt 1 U LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mlssos Iorn Dakcr nnd Loxlo Hooker of Hnlo Contor spont Tuesday In Tulin tho guost of Miss Lula Scott Among tlio many now subscribers to Iho Horald wo wish to thank Mos dames J Jr Gllllmm nnd > > Inry W1K llntns of Wayside for cash orders to sond tlic pnpor to tliolr nddross Rov and iMrs a D Alrliart of llnlo Contcr wore visitors in Tulla Monday Thoy wore accompanied homo by Mrs Lloyd Alrhart nnd children who will visit with them for n few days Airs Jack Hoflln of Bnrtonsltc and Mrs Leila Filer of Dallas spent Tuos day In Tulla visiting with tholr many rclatics and friends Mr N II Swconoy and llttlo dnugli tor Kthlocn Mrs Annlo Snoonoy and Miss Mary Tomllnson visited with friends in Silverton Snndnyj returning liomo Monday Thoy report that a splendid rnln foil in Brlscoo county nnd that all tho lakes woro full of water Mr Hardy Hutchison was oporatod on last Wednesday at tho homo of his sister Mrs 8 B Dlnwiddlo Hardys many friends will bo glad...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 July 1918

V WEEKLY WAR NEWS DIGEST Btories of Activities and Conditions Throughout the United Btatei and On tie Battle Front from Waantagton D O Immense Stores Needed to Feed Men on Transports An Account of how soldiers nro fed at sea in Riven In the dally newspaper published on a transports Outside of providing 210000 meals at sea the mess officer of the ship has cry little to do Very little Hois onl cnlled upon to provide by tbo r cuiations ISO different nric tics of food Thats all Ever try to order 180 different things to catt Yet this is the authentic list The foodccded to feed sccrnl thousand men at sea ranges beyond the gluttons dreams You get the answer in the ship down below the water line where 2P0 loaves of bread havo been baited In ono day and where yon stumble over ovcry variety from 60000 pounds of beef to 13200 eggs or a com partmont of brick ice cream in a 10 degree above zero ault And if this doesnt suit jou can bump along into 49324 pounds of po tatocs 7100 pounds of ham and ...

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

m MAPS OF DAMPS AND CANTONMENTS AT COST New Publications by tho Geological Survey Much Interest has boon nrousod by tho announcement that tho United fltntcs Geological Survoy Department of tho Interiar is preparing special > aps of practicnlly all tho National Jrmy nnd National Ouard camps and intonmonts Maps of Camp Shcr L in Ohio pd > G Tl TJator rnn Jj Sana N Y h nve alreadyappeared Jfd work on tho othors is bolng rushed CO completion Tho two maps just published show in addition to tho usual topographic features culture drnlnago nnd relief tho boundaries of tho camps themselves nnd thoy bear a toxt in teresting nnd valuablo to tho layman as woll a9 to tho scientist describing tho historic and geologic oventH that have occurred in tho region Tho author of tho Camp Shorman text tolls in simple terms tho story of tlfe Imprints of ft rudo civilization now represented by oarthen mounds and wallod inclosurcs of tho founding of Chilllcotho ono of tho oldest towns In Ohio and its c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 July 1918

SOLDIER BOY U S B JBANETTB SKINNER Enrouta from St Nuzalrc rranco June 161018 S II D Jim J W MrOlnun irr Flo x Tnlln Texas Chnrlis Dear Slstcri Woll on if way back to the dear old I1 vf o loft Now York May 3r Wrlved nt our destination Saint Nnznire France Mny Cist I sent you several T M C A tarda which arc tho only cards wo can 0Dd from St Naialre thru Undo Sams pott office Wo nro not nllowod to write loiters of interest whilo In foreign ports in fact the censors aro to strict about all one can write is that I have arrived somewhere in Prance and am well 1 also mailed several cards in post offices of St Xnzalrc Pornlchct and La Bonle but am donbtfnl whether or not yon will ever reeelvo them We had an uneventful trip coming across We left New York May 3rd in a fleet of 36 ships all heavily loaded with everything you can imagine for use at the front It was certainly a aight to see so many ships assembled together We had very pretty weather coming across only two or three days that the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 July 1918

1 m 5 The Herald i W WSS VRSXV1N0S STAMPS issued y THE UNITED 8TATE3 GOVERNMENT 015 si vita man field is now 150 per year We propose to have a strictly paidinadvance list Look at your label and if in arrears call ind see us THE TULIA HERALD Volume 9 MASS MEETING AT COURT HOUSE July 13th 1918 at 3 oclock p m PROGRAM Song Star Sprangled Banner Children Scripture Reading Rev G J Ruth Invocation Rev Gordon Barrett ong America Audience jusic Orchestra Xdress Why the Necessity for Women vote in the Coming Election is a Hundred old Greater than ever before C L Sone iolin Solo Miss Edith Duke Male Quartette Engleman Mills Swepston Sone Reading Miss Thelma Asbu i VocaTSolo Miss Maybelle Tisdale Reading Pauline Swepston Song Ten Young Ladies Music Orchestra Benediction VERY CITIZEN INVITED TO ATTEND EVEBY UPTODATE FARMER IIAS A OABOLINE ENGINE TO DO HIS WORK WIIY7 BECAUSE IT SAVES ITS COST IN TIME AND LABOE MANYi TIMES EVERY YEAR IT IS THE BEST INVESTMENT IIE CAN MAKE YOU CAN RUN YOUR CREAM S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 July 1918

List of Swisher County Registrants 11st of uomcn of registrants of the cln s of June 1018 whoso Registration Cards ore in possession of this Local Board in tho order of their ability for Military Hervn c as determined by hi Local Board as required by the Rules and Regulation r LOCAL BOARD FOR THE COUNTY OF SWISHER STATE OF TEXAS TULIA TEXAS By R G PORTER Chairman P C TAYLOR Clerk Bated 5th day of July 1P1S No 6298 Report o Cuditisn of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Tulia in the State of Texas at the co e of business on June 29th 191S RESOURCES I a Loans and discounts exfept those shown on b and c33S29633 Total Ivans Xlst 33329638 De Jct a viotes and bills rediseounted other than bank ac rfeptauecs sold soo Itasca 5050pQ0 t Af < 5SBills ° Exchange Draftssold witf in w indorsei5t2teef4J > is not shown under Item f Jiank a above see Item 57c 5650000 23179638 2 Overdrafts secured unsecured 407854 fin S Bonds father than Liberty Bonds but including U S Certificates of Indebtedness C L...

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