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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 July 1918

IV K > u o Phone No 2 Texas Away with DEADLY POISONS RAtCPRN kuk RATS MICE AND GOPHERS FOR SALE Kt Teka OITT DEUO STOBE Tulia LOCAL TIME TABLB Panhandle Santa Fe Railway Co Tulia Texas Southbound Passenger Trains No 000 Arrives 1127 P M No 004 Arrives 003 A U Northbound Passenger Trains No 003 Arrives 1000 A M No DOS Arrives 430 P M Local Freight nnil Passenger Service North and South Bound Daily except Sunday O W DAVIS Agent Pledge the President Boy a 34 by 4 of a B T3ver for 485 Tou are wanted at the W O W meeting Tuesday night ofach week OIBLBI 1ULIA TEXAS EASY Money Yes thatfs what all of our customers say and you will voice the above sentiment EASY MONEY when you find that 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 sizes WE PAY CASH FOR CREAM S B DYER The Saddle and Harness Man When in need of Merchandise see him You will be surprised...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 July 1918

B I n a B M M This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war THE TULIA HERALD ENDLEMAN tt OBRYAN Owners BAIINETT OBRYAN Editor J S ENQLEMAN Publisher Siil > xrriptnu SlTO l rr Yrnr Entered assecridclass mall matter it tlic post olllcp a Tnl I a Texis TULIA TEXAS July 12th 101S From various places in Texas come reports of the Wavy registration of women Swisher County women are not neglecting this duty cither Valiant efforts arc being put forth to get a full registration of the women for Go verno of Texas let us not for get that good and true men are to be selected for the offices Stato district trount and precinct Good men aro seeking these offices Let us all men and women be careful how we vote nnd absolutely vote for the good of the country The Herald has recently received a bulletin issued by Grubbs Vocational College at Arlington This is a splendid State school and the class of work being done and contemplated insured a first clas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 July 1918

t W u IP KW4 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Bo nuro to attend tlio mass meeting nt tlio court house Saturday nftcmoon duly 13th nt 3 oclock rf An liiiiortnnt mass meeting will bo fllidd Saturday nftcrnoon July 13th nt 3 oclock nt tlio court liouso In Tulln Tlio conllnl Invltntlon is extended Sto every man womnn nml clilld In iSlshcr County to bo proaont roit SALEVai extra good sjtau of geldings woll mulched and will work anywliiTo wclnhV nliout 1250 iOund < i 0 and 7 oarsold 1or furtlior iufqr mntioii wrlto Box 121 or cnll nt this 1 office Sam 1 McDonald of Slaton was In Tulln Wednesday visiting his sister Airs Jack Wright Yo editor was a business Usltor in llaltiviow nml Hnlo Conter tho first of tlio week Tho Ladies Mlislonary Bocloty of tho Presbyterian Church v Ill moot next Monday July IStli nt i oclock p m nt the church In n regular mooting Leader Mrs T II Walters Tho los Hon willbo found in tho July Homo Mission Monthly Automobile Painting nubTop Building KICIlARDS ILAtNVIEW Itev and M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 July 1918

WEEKLY WAR NEWS DIGEST Stories of Activities and Conditions Throughout tho United States and 1 On tho IUtUo rronU from Washington D a Inspectors Will Care for Health of Women Workers Health of women workers In munition plants will be looked after by women health officers who arc to bo health and only tho e were selected who will inspire whole oroc living among the monition workers Navy Department Tells off righting Near the Clonds Ensign Stephen Potter United States Naval Reserve Force killed inaction with German planes April 25 last was the first American naval aviator to shoot down and destroy a German seaplane according to a Navy Department statement The report states that on March 19 1916 a longdistance reconnalsance of the German coa t was made by Marge American flying boats operating from a British Royal Air Force station Ensign Potter was one of two American naval aviators accompanying this ex pedition and Potter was successful in shooting down a German seaplane which attache...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 July 1918

4j Vl If t WW Owners Choice Ajax Tires nlone have patented Shoulders of Strength that support the tread and cushion it mean greater resistance flexibility more fighting strength No other tire has > or can have thispatontedraddcd mileage feature A3JERiiD QNG Mora Tread ojx tfc Road This oven greater Ajax Tiro vtai oWgried built and Is guaranteed to uphold Ajax reputation for service unci endurance under maximumtoad stress On theiroad In jrompotltlorj with OUier res Ajax RoadjKin gives proof of lis superiority Our store Is Ajax Tiro Supply Depot headquarters for Ajax Tires and 1 in J Ajax hinor Tubes Com o today THE HIGHWAY GARAGI Blacksmith Machine SjKop While Olhcri Are Claiming Quality We Are Guairanteeins It CANDLING EfJGS TELLS CONDITION AND QUALITY Appcaranco of Egg Shell not Reliable Indication of Condition of Contents Bays of Strong Light Been Through Sholl Reveal Interior Ordinary Hand Lamp Lantern In candescent Bulb or Flashlight May Bo used n r The poultry rnisos with n ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 July 1918

For STATE SENATOR R L Templeton of Wellington Texas Mr Templeton a candidate for State B nator in tbo SPtb diotrict and waj in Tulla Monday Ho i > sow serving his third term as n member of the House of Representative and has been interested in legislation for West Texas In the beginning of the campaign he took the position that Mr Fergnson had been legally impeached and dis qoalifled from holding office and he did not have to wait until nearly the close of the campaign to declare himself on this question Well To Hell with the Kaiser THE KANSAS CITY MARKET REPORT Knnsns City Stock Ynlds July 8th 1D18 Good steers sold steady also butcher cattle and stacker nnd feeders but common killing steers soM weak to lower recolpts 17010 head Hog climb ed a few more notches top 1710 receipts 12000 Sheep and lambs sold without change spring lambs at 1800 receipts 3500 Beef Cattle Strictly prime steers ore quotable around 1800 or a little betterbut none of that kind have been offered during I tb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 July 1918

It m r 4 > VARSAV1H0S STAMPS ISSUED BY Tim UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT McCUNE Ir The Government Requires us to have a strictly paidinadvance list Look atyour label and if in arrears call and see us THE Volume 9 MASS MEETING AT COURT HOUSE j Saturday July 20th at 300 oclock p m Every Citizen urged to attend Special informa tion and instruction to voters PROGRAM Opening ExercisesyTTTTTT Children Piano Solo Pauline Sy epston Paper < I Mrs McFarliing Vocal Solo Mrs Engleman Reading Miss Rose Frye Song Young Ladies Chorus iddress Hon D H Culton LVERY CITIZEN INVITED TO ATTEND Honest TteiOEi To Aiii JVOuE OF TIIE HARDWARE WBSELIi v IS MADE MOSTLY OF STEEL AND IRON YET TinS IS THE BOET OF A GOLDEN BULB VE PRACTICE WE SELL OOOD IIONEBT EELIABLE STUFF WE PUT A FAIB AND SQUABE PRICE ON IT WE OHABOE EVERYBODY THIS SAME PRICE DONT YOU WANT TO DO BUSINESS WITH T1US 80BT OF A STORE7 IcottTracy Hardware Co M t4 M H + + + + + + + + frHMH I Ml II > DRUG CO Exclusive agents for Red Cross Remedi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 July 1918

i WEEKLY WAR NEWS DIGEST Stories of Activities and Conditions Throughout the United States and On the Battle Fronts from Washington D O Navy Enforces Direct Purchase Policy Manufacturers and dealers are encouraged under the policy of the Navy Department to deal direct with tho department The purpose is to eliminate the middleman in purchase of upplies and materials In my annual report says Hear Adnlral Samuel McGowan mnnufnet urers were warned against profiteering agents professional contractors and naval brokers In our reeular mailing circular of January B 1918 wo expressed tho hope that manufacturers who have not availed themselves of the opportunity to bid direct will do so as it will prove of advantage to them in bringing them in more Intimate touch with the Navy and thereby make a rcputntion for the materials which they manufacture The fact is the responsibility of contractors was neer so thoroughly investigated and they were ncer held to n stricter accountability thnn they hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 July 1918

TT > i > Dcslrtiy rl ltittt iMtmn f i Tvl Or with oUcr i C AJki Gee V IPAflirNS OF TESTIMONY IN CaiMINAL OASES Houso Joint Resolution No to amend Section 10 Article J of tho Constitution of tle fitute of Tentt Providing fur certain rights of accused persons in criminal prosecutions and the mannor in which tlio case riny be prosecuted nnd providing for th procuring Of tho testimony of tliu witnessps for both drfeus < i and prosecution lie it MuiUnl bytho Iglslnturo of thoi fitiUi of Ttixos I The fivernor nf this Rtnto syrectoifio ii nii the nece iiiv pxoclamationsfr the Hubmis loii of this nvniiii nFKi > the < n 1 t of this State ntf tl k noxt general election for State niid i iimt Qflliors Snc 3 Tin qualified olectors for members of th 1 Ivglslnture shnll vote Soctlon 10 Article 1 of tho printed to pay the oxponso of publishing proclamation and eloction Ifouso of Tioprosontntlvos by a two thirds voto yoos 123 nays 4 nnd passed tho Sonnto with amendments by jn twothlnl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 July 1918

This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the Dcriod of the war THE TULIA HERALD ENCILEMAN 0BRYAN Owners BAilNKTT OBRYAN Editor J S ENOLEMAN Publisher Stilmrriiitlnn SI SO Per Venr Entered as secondclass mall matter at the post office at TulUTcxas TULIA TEXAS July 19101S The Importance of intelligent voting at this time Is more significant than at any other llrao In the i history of onr nation Tho problems presenting them selves and that will present themselves until after tho days of recon trnctlon require the best brains of tho nation to meet them promptly and adequately No man can vote intelligently for state and national officers unless he makes a careful study of the issues brought out In each candidates platform Each voter should sea to It that he thoroughly understands the things propo ed In each platform and if this Is done there can be no doubt that tho ablest men will be elected to fill tho offices of the state and nation Davidson Oklahoma New...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 July 1918

JhJ 0 C Wyntt of Amnrillo was a busl ticss visitor in Tullin this week Patrons of tlio Tulla cnnnciy nrc re quVstftl to call Manager E W Ilitiinm tolJplmiiu No 217 tlio evening lioforc you bring in your produce mill loll Mm wlint you Imvo to cnn Mrs lino flrahnm of Amarlllo wns In Tulln Sunday visiting lior parents Jtr mid Mrs T A Rim ami ntlcndlng tlio wedding of Mist lona HecVcs ami jlr Tom Host Mr anil Mrs Ferry ltnscoe n nil Mr Dick Rnseuo of Fort Wnrtli siont n portion of this nook in Tulia visiting Mr ami Mrs J A Hutchison nnd Mrs C E Ruscoo Mr and Mrs Claud Onss nnd child rcn of Ringgold spent a portion of last week In Tulln visiting 0 C Ilutchlcon nnd family Tlioy also visited with relatives In llnlnvlou FOB SALE An extra good span of goldlngsj well matched and will work nnywhoro weight about 1250 pounds 0 and 7 years old For further Information wrlto Box 121 or call at this ioDlce Miss Eula McDonald of Bovlna ar rived in Tulla tho first of the week to visit her sister Mrs J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 July 1918

ZSm n MODERN IDOLATERS Thou shnlt bnvo so other gods before rno Rxodil 03 Many men worship other gods without realizing thnt they nro idolv tewOne One may bo an Idolater without bowing down to nn Imago fnihionod of wood or stone brnss or gold Ills idol may tako the form of houses or lands powor or dollars When ho hai his affections set on things an the eaith Instead of on things above ho Is In effect bowing down to Idols worshiping other gods It is when men let things material displace tho things spiritual that they become idolnters nnd such are idolater whether they acknowledge it or not The worship of tho golden calf in tho wildcrne s by the Isoralitcs was no inoro rcprehen slblo in the iplit of God than is tho worship of the golden eagle by men of tho present dny When ono centers his heart on certain thing which ho determines to acquire when ho decides that ho enn not bo happy unless ho attaint to ft certain position when he devotes Ms lime his energies his tnl if the S U rn <...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 July 1918

v v VV > 7 a > Af i Tulia o Texas Away with DEADLY POISON K1L1 RAT MICEWfift GOPHERS niscXMiHOp Jit au Btxtrnt FOR SXUBY CITY DRUO STORE Tulia Texas LOCAL TIME TABLE Panhandlo ft Santa Fe Railway Co Tulia Tozas Southbound Passenger Trains 000 Arrivoo 1127 P M 004 Arrives 003 A M NorthhoundPassonger Trains TNo 003 Arrives 1000 A M No 005 Arrlvos 430 P M J Local Freight and Passenger Borvico North and South Hound Dally except Sunday O W DAVIS Agont 1lodgoHioFreBidont 1 Buy n 34 by Vof 8 B Dyer for J485 > t Tou aro wnntod nt ine W O W EASY Money Yes thats what all of our customers say and you will voice the above sentiment EASY MONEY when you find that 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 sizes WE PAY CASH FOR CREAM The Tulia Grocery Co S B DYER The Saddle and Harness Man When in need of Merchandise sec him Yon vtill he surprised ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 July 1918

I i M For STATE SENATOR R L TemS of WellingtonTc Mr Templeton U a candidate for State Senator in the 29th district and tu is Tulta Mondej He la now serving his third term ai a member of the House of Representative and has been interested la legislation for West Texas la the beginning of the campaign he took the position that Mr Ferguson had been legally impeached and dis qualified from holding office and he did not have to trait until nearly the eloee of the campaign to declare himself on this question ATTENTION WOMEN VOTERS OF BWISHBB COUNTY TEXAS The Dallas headquarters of the Texas Womans Democratic League has sent out the following list of safe men for the tromen to vote for In the coming primary election on July 27th IBIS A careful study of this list is most urgently requested by both the State and County officers of this League The list of candidates which are applicable to Swisher County and the comments on each are as follows For United States Senator MORRIS SHEPPARD For Chi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 August 1918

rW V 4 c fe to lt f V A Volume 9 TUIIA MERCANTILE COMPANY NOTICE OF TEACHERS WILL QUIT BUSINESS JOINT COUNTY INSTITUTE It was learned from rcllnblo sourcos Tho Teachers Joint IustltutQ will a Hint owing to tho ilonlli of W moot lu Plnlnvlow Texas beginning Jwons ono of the inombcrs of tlio Monday September 2nd nnd continues Jin Horenntllo Company nnd tlio for a week Tlio counties comprising t that Messrs D II Culton and Den this iiistltntu arc Ilnlo Ployd Briscoe Zlmmcrmuiin will both probably Swishor and Lnmb Kvory toachcr in i or tho army scrvlco In tho near this territory will bo rcqulrod to attend that tho owners of this hnnd this institute I I storo will closo tho snmo out In At tho meeting Tuscdny In Plain o iicar futuro It will bo rcmemborod low of Comnilttcomon nnd County hat this stock of goods was sold tin Superintendents our followcitlren dcr bankruptcy snlo soveral months lrof C Id Bono was olertod as Chair f Jigo nnd that several Tulla cltlrons mini of tho Institute nnd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 August 1918

fl COMPETITION ENCOURAGES BIGGER AND BETTER CHOIS ago crops ni 1 field beans and poas pea > otfttucs together with dairy i products nnd boo products Tho or Farmers and Their Families Cooperate chard and pardon department includes With Neighbors In Exhibiting the s th c ttlts fcs fruits and vegetables Best Homo Grown Products and ornamental shrubbery and flowers Livestock In the Community Tlie womans work and fino arts do Garnos and Pageants Bring People Together Join Joness basket of potatoes takes the blue ribbon at tlio fair and immediately every farmer in tlio community Hwrotly plans to take that prize away from Jones next year And Jones < > inn Jim Browns winning corn rsohe that next time ho will add th it reminni to his other trophies Ami ki > on donn the line of nil exhibits do ronmiuiity fair footers the spiritt t fmnllv rivalry It i MI r > t only produ the l l nnrt it in luVs contest T > iierint and other features which lirinji the men and women nnd the bev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 August 1918

if i y LK J u hi LOOAIi TIME TABLB Panhandle BuU re Hallway Oo Tulia Texas Southbound Passenger Trains No 000 Arrlvco 1127 P M No 001 Arrives Di03 A M Northbound Passenger Tralni No 003 Arrives 1000 A M No 005 Arrives 430 P M Local Froight and Passenger Bervlco North and 8outh Bound Dally exeopt Sunday O W DAVIS Agont Plodgo the Prosldent Buy a 34 by 4 of B Dyer for 485 You are wanted at the W O W mooting Tuesday night of oaeh weo r EASY Money Yes thats what all of our customers say and you will voice the above sentiment EASY MONEY when you find that 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 sizes WEPAY CASH FOR CREAM Ma Grocery o Texas Away with DEADLY POISONS RUfCORN KILLS DATS MICE AND GOPHERS TORiALIir OIXT DBUd STORE Tolls Tom The Saddle and Harness man When in need of Merchandise sue him You will lie surprised lo see who he lias Here a...

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

f This paper has enlisted i i ENGLEMAN OBBYAN Owners BABNETT OBRYAN Editor J S ENGLEMAN Publisher SnlfNrriptlun SI J > 0 IVr Y nr Entered as fteaiiilclass mail matter the post olllce ai Tt > lla Texas TUL1A TEXAS August 2 1918 Prof C L Sone the widoawako superintendent of tho Tulia public schools but tho just heritage of our children this piano in its present location and for tbc eitirens to buy another one for the school building Our present > auditorium is not a suitable place for publle gatherings both on account of its site nnd al on account of fire hazards We must have a place for public and patriotic gatherings and the district ronrt rooia at tho court house THE LirE OF J8EFULNESS Hear ji 0110 anothers burJcns on Jinn fulfill the law f Christ Paul tv n tiionglit is nn inspiration Eery good word is a benediction Kverv good deed is n blessing This necessarily implies tint ovory iAvi Hiouglit word and deed n curso with the government mtnc Uot oniy 0 > but neglecting t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 August 1918

1 IW 4 F I s LOCAL AN PERSONAL AUTOMOBTLlMAINTINa BIOIiABDS FBAINVIEW lt It is moro water you want and for loss monoy sco tlio now twinwhcol iJwlndmilUnoperation nt my placo tlirco inllcs cast of Tulln S J Pnyno 30lji f > r fAutomobile Automobile Ialntlfs nnd Top Building f BIOHAHDS PLAINVIEW August I EXIT August 0 j Elder Lift Sanders of Lubbock will begin n meeting for tlio Church of Christ in Tulln on Sunday August 4th A cordial Invitation Is cxtomlcd to nil to bear hlm Miss Linnlo Wlmbcrly a student In the Wost Texas Stato Normal nt Canyon spent from Saturday to Monday In Tutia visiting with her friend M Hoy Boss u ri Boy and Tom Boss were in Plain view Tuesday looking after business mnttors Miss Thelma Hough of Hereford spent n portion of this week In Tulln visiting her friend Miss Frances Wyatt Mr and Mrs J A Boyd and daughter Ima Nell of Boxton arc visiting Mrs Boyds slstor Mrs B B Cole eight miles oast of Tulla Ttilia and tlio northwestern portion of Swlshor County was vi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 August 1918

WEEKLY WAR NEWS DIGEST Stories of Activities and Conditions Throughout the United BUtei and On the Battle Fronts from Washington D 0 BtiidenU Warned not to Bum Midnight American Fourth or ono which ex OU pressed to truly and fall tho Intent The supply of kero lne will run shor jof tho donors of tho Declaration of In sett winter and tho Government it urg ing every user to do hl part toward making every gallon to do full war duty by giving forth Its full measure of light and heat Saving can be nc New ui July Fuu11 dearly tu 1f i oik f h fdtmat nn b li nt inspired the roc nt < ljnt < r ui uork uitli the foreign born blii M J W iti inn a new 0 > l raton of liiopu hun lor the wiule wurli wiili nl ujiie Hill shun ii > ltai of A in all ii We hate Uwab bien pr iii > 1 tiiiiucu 1 un i tiie ulials t > liiughi it int b ui and dependence From nil quarters of tho globo Amorlcn has drawn to herself loyal citizens bringing her tho best from tho old land New faith and strength wil...

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