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

I M V m You can tell Ajtv Tires by their speciul features They aie plain to see and there for a reason In a tire you want miles you want comfort too and uniform service 3K Sfcouklers of Strength make this tire different from every other See in the picture just how these supporting shoulders rebuilt out to reinforce andcushionthetread This means more rubber where it should be extra strength where the road strain comes No other tire has this excess mileage feature Ajax controls the patents is a different nonskid tire It proves its worth in amazing mileage records A monarch in quality a democrat in service Ajax Shoulders of Strength give it more tread on the road more resilience more fighting stuff for the road battle fice tho bi triangle isrbs an added safety factor Come in end lets tall Ajax Tires and Ajax Tubes THE HIGHWAY GARAGE Blacksmith Machine Shop While Others Are Claiming Quality We Are Guaranteeing It OIRLBI LEMON JUICE IS SKIN WHITENEB How to Mako a Oroamy Boauty Lotion for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 2 August 1918

BAND CONCERT by TULIA BAND Saturday Evening August 3 1918 at 915 oclock The following program will be rendered at the band stand northwest corner public square Tulia Texas Ambassadnr March and Two Step Southwell March E PJuribu Unum t Fred Jewell Jessica Hesitation Wn Mamie Williams Good Byo Broadwaj Hello Franco Billy Baskotto INTERMISSION Mnreh Cnmp Shcridau H It Dunkeson Gliding Waltx Goo B Mann The Mnr oillai e French National Song Al Hayes March Paean of Trimnpb Walter E bergcr Star Spangled Banner Al Hayes RED CROSS NOTES rti u of 1 < > and < c Hire it will come in a 6bort time We r st be wilb ng to wait uth patiai in 1 consider the vast amount Cross HcaJqustcrs tune trcr t > he help of the Government yet lh are working perl aps harder than they have ever worked Next Tuesday August 6th is the regular meeting of the Exeiutive Committee of the Bed Cro Chapter We would i wi clad to have any and ell < ihry officers who ean to bo J with us is Das and all ncetlnge nnt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 August 1918

Attention Subscribers The figures opposite your name show the date to which your subscription is paid If you are in arrears call issued or tiih UNITED 9TATES GOVERNMENT Volume 9 CtTAINMENT NEXT FRIDAY NIC1HT AT LAKE VIEW pcoplo of tlio Lako Vlow com nro preparing lo glvo n piny mn Cibba of tlio Rod Cross ijiliool liouso In thnt community Ulrlduy night August lGth In column will be found tlio cast aractors and n brlof synopsis of piny > admission will bo Adults 30 Ihlldron undor 12 years of ngc jnts Tlio proceeds will bo used I tlo bcnoflt of tlio lied Cross A cordlnl Invitation Is extended to vorybody to nttend You nro nssurcd n plonsnnt ovenlngs cntcrtntmncnt lns to help a worthy cnuso liTHAT HELP THE ENEMY lfy y lion that docs not Iny except ittlo whilo in tho spring con loro tlian sho produces n lion not only docs nothing rinsing the war but nctu ho enemy times of penco nnd plenty tlio pn might bo tolorntod but sho 1 rnndlod ruthlessly now yt your flock cnrofully nnd con 4 Eli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 August 1918

v TEXAS MEN ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT Y M 0 A TRAINING Ban Antonio Texas Aug 5 Texas famished I of the 53 men who wore Rrodustod Wednesday night from lie Y M C A Southern Department training school nt Camp Travis wlicro volun teem for Y M C A work overseas and in camps In Ibis country are being trnlne Ornduntos from Texas who finiahrt the ourso anil were assigned Thursla to iamps In the Sonhthcrn re ntmrnt arc Tohn 1 Andrews Dallas late camlulatc for railroad eommls sionir n in < tlovnton Plnlnvlew C IT Iturinn Helton John E Chase liiibboih Win r r > Vjnh Waco John L Plenum Waro lien W Eaton Dallas Win K Elliff San Antonloj John E rinnn Twins P T Glvens San Antonio ftrnrcp T lTe ti r AlUlr 0 13 Hillver Tiilton Moreland Slnelnir Austn former state historian Thomas L TV1 v Wa f > James J Ray Rryan J 11it Ttiy Dublin J W Walton Tlm on Mr Moreland was st te vice president of the rlass This is tho fourth class of recruits for wnrwork grailnatcil from the Sonth em Department school the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 August 1918

J ta < It GTS gKen tlon anil correcuoiiStf land titles Tulia Texas Away with DEADLY POISONS t RAfsMI > ND GOPHERS > < t ipo AWbcti r FOR SAU BY CITY DEUO STOjiE Tulia Texas LOO AX TIME TABLE Panhuidlo Santa Fo Eallway Oo Tolls Tozas Southbound Passenger Trains No 000 Arrivoo 1127 P M No 004 Arrives 003 A M Northbound Passenger Trains No 003 Arrives 1000 A M No 005 Arrives 430 P M Iocnl Freight and Passenger Service North and South Bound Dally except Sunday O W DAV19 Agent You are wanted nt the W 0 W meeting Tuesday night of each weo Pntronlro the Herald ndvortisors 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 Wc 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 wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 August 1918

n o D o o n o n o o n o Q o Q o n o D o THE TULIA HERALD EWQLBMAN OBRYAN Owners BAENETT OBRYAN Editor J S ENOIrMAN Foblisaer W l > 1 jrf OI it l i tv secretary = EClt f I no Per Y ir This is T su air > d i l1tass ii sail iiUi Tuitkfactsr TCIIA TEXAS A > kuit 0 101S caU yo ii physic < m thereto y fjufopAa j ot 1OBS0C From tho Platnvicw News It Is learned that Rev R P Jenkins of Quannh lias nccpted tho pastorato of tho First Baptist ciiurch of Plainviow nnd will soon enter upon liis duties 1 Wo know Rev tonkin nnil know Mm to bo In every my qualified to tnko I up tho work ns was so ably carried on IhlS paper has CnllStCCl iy uc former pastor Rev T E Gates With the government m thC i who oeceptcd tho enro Of the First Bnp causc of America for the period of the war tist church of Amarlllo J A HILL HEADS NORMAL Anstln Toxns Ang XTI10 board of regents for the State Normals was in session here today and in addition to transacting routine business elected Professor J A Hill to b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 August 1918

u k a T r 4 Vr O n o 1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Miss Ruth Augspurgor of Vigo Park was shopping in Tulrt Tuesday AUTOMOBILE biClNTINa Richards rLAiNvinw Jiiltlo Misses Lonnf find Terns Stnpp spont last wcok with tliolr nunl ton miles southeast of town Mlsa Mary Sinn la visiting nt tho homo of Mf nml Mrs frank Fowler1 two miles wc3t of town If it la moro wntor you wRntnnd for loss monoy soo ho now tWrnwhcol windmill In oporutlon at my plnco threo mllos cant of Tulla 3 J Ftynoo lp Mrs Ira L Tuckor accompanied Ir nnd Mm EA Ceo Dyo of Plain view to Amarlllo frldny I Miss Edna Dunn of Sllvorton return cd > to hor homo liwt wook utter a months visit with hor alitor Mrs T 13 Inman I Wo takoNipj and extend Vendors Lien Notes nndvmnko straight loans with tho privllogot > f paying on or before Soo our a d instills issuo Bed Tnpo eliminated This will mean Dollars ito you Stewart Paltorson Plainvlow Texas Automobllo Palnting Wd Top Building richards puxinview J R Davis of Lnmcsa arrived in Tulla...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 August 1918

I I Tn ir rou cnxLLma cnxLLmaLAYING LAYING riOOK Hen that Begins Moulting la Almost Cettlnly a Toor Egg rroducer Othfr < Indications by Which the nock May be Culled Down to tho AllYear Layers Oct rid of tho slacker lien Tho poultry keeper canuot afford at any I producer and that Is particularly truo now when feeds nro nnproccdcntcdly high in price The summer and early all is tho best tlmo to cull tho poor producers from tho laying flock It is best to start ns parly as possible re moving thoso hens whoso appearance indicates that they have stopped lay ing As a general principle it is wiso 10 cull out about the first of August all hens over two years old unless they arc laying or nro exceptionally good breeders Hens will usually begin to molt in August The slacker hen is an early tnoulter and can bo readily distinguished nt this time Tho indications of high egg production nre most pronounced in September and if the flock is to be culled only at ono time September is the best month ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 August 1918

p ST r Pjpjp mi mm f wl WEEKLY TINANOIAIi REVIEW Proparcd for The Herald by tho St Louis Union Bank St Louis Mo ury statements aggregated 12513262 C30lt during that period Of this amouLc 701325177030 was for ordinary disbursements 535032975000 was for foreign loans and 119031 01203 for special disbursements The increnso in ordinary disbursements during tho period is interesting In March 1917 these disbursements wero 7277300320 nud in May 1018 they had increased to 1003203 02082 Tho total disbursements for March 1017 wero 9993070932 as ngnlnst 150310523305 in May 1918 Iorcign loans in the period aggregated 53S032975000 No foroign Makers SEE the ruRRecl supporting shoulders on cither aide of the Ajax tread These give more strength where strength is needed Ajax Shoiilders of Strength are fully patented no other tire can have them They mean moro tire value to you On thy road competing with other tires AIAX UOAU KING monarch in quality democrat in service glyes proof of its superiority N...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 August 1918

I Grandma Gibbsofthe Red Cross A FOURACT PLAY LAKE VIEW SCHOOL HOUSE rniDAY night august ig 101 BENEFIT OF THE RED OROSS OAST OF CHARACTERS GRANDMA OIBBS CLOSE ATTENTION IS GIVEN SICK AND DEAD SOLDIERS Paris Ang 3 What of those who give all that a man can give over therol When the military funeral is over and the volley of tribute fired over the soldier grave who cares The nmnccr is that the United States Gov i eminent cares and this is the story of j what it does for the comfort of the rick in honor of those who die and for the toi < dation of the peoj W < borne Pnvato SI elio J Poole once of Alabama and late of 328th Infantry ia > taken nick with the measles rod soon developed pneumonia Direct from a transport he was sent to as Ainen < un Rest Camp Hospital in England Tins particular hospital li 260 but organisation undc earn as Pooloa fpver remainedat about 101 f VOcs As bo grew worso two men MBS KITTIB CLOVER Florrnco tilings Scott MISS BAMANTHY SNAPP Kathleen Scott ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 August 1918

u ace of the advance in print paper we call our subscribers attention to our cash p olicy in effect Sept 1 1918 Look at your label Call and see v WSS VWl SAVINGS SWAPS ISSUED BY TUB United states covernment ff nY FABMERS MARKET THEIR WHEAT IN 1 tMcssrs J 8 Lltsoy 0 0 Wiso E H Portorf Q E Brown Bam Latno J B Stoclo R M Hill W H Crow Mr Roland D Orlove Eph Btophonson B Bmlth 0 R Portor P L Hnncoek figcno j Long nnd L A Mookor thrlf armors of Briscoe county havo Bold r wheat during tho past throo or kt weeks to W A Portor Son In llUa There was 1013 bushels of wheat In tho solos made by thoso farmers Last Thursday Mr Porter shipped a car of the wheat to tho Harvest Queen Mills iPlalnvlew and on Saturday he ship Ll the second car to tho same mills Wn an Interview with Mr Porter he Hd that this was No 2 wheat Ho that thore was only two or > o farmors in Bwisher County that t raised any wheat at all and that y would probably hold it for seed lisposal to thoir neighbors That our wheat cr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 August 1918

recites rem COOK1NO TEXAS NAVY BEANS Texas farmers nro growing n largo acreage of Tcpary beans this year nnd na many peoplo havo not learned to uso tliem become Ihcy do not know the bent wnj of cooking them the following recipes that Tiavo been tested by the Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station hn > e been sent to llio Tcxns In dustrlal Congrcs for publication Heeipe No 1 Stoned Tcpary Bean One quart tcparlci 1 i toarpoon soda 1 tablespoon butter popporand salt J > ut into n kettle with enough Water A vircr Add flie qunrtcr teaspoon WEEKLY FINANCIAL EEVIEW soda anil boil five minutes Drain soda loaning now water off nnd eocr with cold water j I 000000 a mo boil until tender Add one tablespoon butter Pepper and snlt to taste and boll over rather slow fire for six hours Borvo hot with catsup Bcelpo No Prepared for Tho Herald by the St Louis Union Bank St Louis Mo As tho war progresses tho cost Increases steadily Wo are manufacturing a much greater amount of munitions nnd as t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 August 1918

i Tulia rf o Texas DEADLY POISONS fVKrCPRN KULS RATS MICE ANO GOPHEPS F0R1AUBY OTTY DRUO STORE Tulia Texas LOCAL TTME TABLE Panhandle ft Santa Fe Hallway Co Tulia Texas Southbound Passenger Trains No 000 Arrives 1127 P M No 004 Arrives Di03 A M Northbound Paasengor Trains No 003 Arrlvos 1000 A M No 005 Arrives 438 P M Iocnl Freight ami Passenger Borvlco North unci South Bound Dally except Sunday O W DAVIS Agent You are wanted atTjho W O W tooting Tuesday night of each week Patronizo the Ilorald advertisers 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 S B DYE The Saddle and Harness Man When in need ol Merchandise see him You will he surprised o see what he has Here are some articles carried in connec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 August 1918

KEO This paper hns enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the Dcriodof the war THE TULIA HERALD ENGLEMAN OBRYAN Owners BARNETT OBRYAN Editor J S ENGLEMAN Publisher SnbMnriplimi SI 50 IVr Ynnr Entered as ec < ilelismall matter t the p Wee M TulKTexa TULIA TEXAS August 161918 T M B L WILL HELP FARMERS GET SEED WHEAT An interesting meeting of tho Tulia Young Mou Business League was held Monday night The principal matter of discussion was tho need of the farmers of Swisher County for cood Feed wheat It was thought that quito a largo acreage would bo planted this year in wheat and the financing of their pur chase as well as tho procuring of good wheat were fully discussed It was tho general opinion that the Government officials national state and county and the banks would prop crly look after tho financial end of the matter As to the procuring of the wheat Mr J A Hutchison of the Tulia Grain Coal Company stated that he had written a number of letter to wheat raisers...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 August 1918

y LOCAL AND PERSONAL 1 = Mrs lrit Tuckor Is n Plainvlow visit Inn with hor frioud Mrs E Loo Dye Miss Vera Portor Is visiting with hor bfothor W L Porter and family In Halo Contor Shorlff nml Mrs R 0 Porter Bndht n portion of last wcok In Amarlllo visit lng James Quolokc AUTOMOBILE PAINTING j HUOJIAltrisV PLAINVIBW Joo liargc n prosperous farmer of tUho Nazareth community was trans lactlng business with Tulla morclinnts Tuesday If It is moro water you want and fort Hess monoy see tho now twinwheel windmill in oporatlon at my placo llirco uiilos oast of Tulln S J Inyno 3o 4p rOIJ SALE otl Al Two extra good work liorses onogood snddlo or drlv lng liorso Gall or wrlto Win Con an Ilnppy Texas 332p Dr I E Smltli Eyo Ear Noso and Throat SpcclallstNof Bnydor will bo in Tulla Wednesday August 2lBt Special nttontlon paid to Pitting of Olassos J Oflico at Hotel Tulla Mr and Mrs Roubcn Leonard of Washington D 0 arrived In Tulla Sundny morning to visit Mrs Leonards parents Judgo and Mrs W 8 Tom ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 August 1918

ar SOME UNWRITTEN MASONIC HIBTORY IN TEXAS Uy Charles L Martin Tnthcr Kyan tlio Sonllicrn poct priest Jim boaulifully xnid A land without memories in n land without history A land that wears n lnurel crown may bo fnlr to see but twino a few rnd cypress loaves around tho brow of any land and bo that land barron beautifulncss nnd bleak it becomes lovoly in its concentrated coronet of sorrow nnd it wins tho sympathy of heart nnd of history Yes givo mo tho land where tho battles rod blast Has flashed to the future the fame of tho past Te give mo the land that has legends nnd lays That tell of memories of longvanish ed days to tell tho stories of her glory swered tho patron pointing to tbo stew and swim this ocean of water I must in order to reach yonder tiny island of mutton Philadelphia Telegraph Pay the President Do not postpone happiness Do not cultivate a long face or n solemu mien Thrso will not lead to a purudlse in tho stars Oue is not hero to find heaven tut to uiuke oue Heaven ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 August 1918

2 rJ l jTK Alone Has Shoolders of Strength See the Ajax Shoulders of Strength in the picture Nate how they fire built out on cither side of the tread vinch they support jrJ cxsh ion This means more miles for you I > 131 m No other t enn have th < r < vrs Ajax ovm V c patent Pi1 C P mms mm has Aii > f 1 V 3 of SL TIey give it iioi 2 tread on the road more contact area more grip to grip with Note the triangle barbs of the tread They safely hold the road Bl Owners Choice Its because A nx tires Mw pni b ter t cf thvtL tremen dous output 97t go to individual motor ists Tney pick them out because they are better than the tires that came with their cars An overwhelming vote for Ajax popularity Come in and see this master tire at our Ajax Tiro Supply Depot heirKjuarturs for Ajax Tire3 and Tubes and real service THE HIGHWAY GARAGE Blacksmith Machine Shop While Others Am Clntming Quality Wo Are Guaranteeing It AN AUGUST CONCEPTION Samuel Taylor Colorldgo poot nml ostayist whiting ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 16 August 1918

r0Jj + r0Jjr o D o o n o o and J H o 0o 5D oi I0E30I the plea of the President tin military authorities and iJurat 1 1 this oimtry urging tbi < if education at tins time am it rcssiug nerd lor that reasoi 1 would not I0E30t MENS WOMENS and CHILDRENS SHOES OXFORDS A good assortment of Btyles and pattern fairly good assortment of sizes 1250 McnV and Boys Work Shoes 165 fS65 Mens and Boys Work Shoes 250 500 Mens and Boys Shoes Oxfords 335 4525 Mens and Boys Shoes Oxfords367 550 Mens and Boys Bhoes Oxfords387 700 Mens and Boys Shoes Oxfords465 750 Mens and Boys Shoes Oxfords485 785 Mens and Boys Shoes Oxfords 500 300 Ladies k Misses Shoes Slippers 1B7 350 Ladies and Misses Shoes k Slippers 205 37C Lndles and Misses Shoes Slippers 195 450 Ladies and Misses Shoes Slippers 285 500 Ladies and Misses Shoes Eippcrs 348 600 Ladies and Misses Shoes Slippers 3S0 200 PAIR SUPPERS ON DISPLAY AT ONEHALF PBIOE On behalf of the company and myself WE THANK YOU HALWOFFORD The lExit Man IOX hon rJ cg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 August 1918

w w in b V p i ir llv spot nndTl n A mark oppisite your rame indicates you are in arrears on subscription Please settle before Sept 1 when your name will be dropped unless paid ik aHaBimaBiiaaai aaaaaM < smm i a mbihb > m b m m b n b i 4J tm THE TULIA HERALD k flTED STATES rt GOVERNMENT Volume 9 OWG MrfNI YOU MUST REGISTER NEXT SATURDAY I < 1or tho lnw nit mnlo porsonB who m roachod tholr 21st birthday since MANY ENNOBLING LESSONS TAUOHT AT OPEN AIR MEETING At tlio Methodist Church on last lion lay tho Missionary Society rendered Ri t Oth 1018 and on or bcforo Au nn interesting program on tho Homo > 1th 1018 must register on August 318 Tho Won of Bwlshor II should consult with Chairman Utter or any mombcr of the local draft bonid and thoso of other counties with their local draft board as to how and whon they should register Most eorlous ly we say let each and every person lualiflod tako notice and act according A Pay the President BABSRBAL Bov 0 8 Dass and Mrs Pernio Re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 August 1918

AMERICANS ASKED TO LIMIT USE OF SUGAR Musi Use No Plore Than Two Pounds Per Person a Month if the Present z Meagre Allied Sugar Ration Is Maintained Stocks Will Be Short Until Beginning of New Year Ration May Be Enlarged Then Two piwinrts of surnr a month half a pound a weok Dial Is the stipir ration the D R Tooil Administration liii naked over American to observe nntll Jnunnry 1 IMP In order to make sure llicro hnll be onouph for our Army nnd Navy for the Allied armies and for the civilians of those nations tly New Years the world sumr situation will be relieved somewhat liy the new crop Outinii snpit of this years crop will be nrrhlnp In this country Every available supir source will be drawn on by the rood Administration tlurinB Uie next inter mouth to tnln sutlldent stork here to keep up wir national Mipii > i > j Dm iir Oe tolier the fiM Ameru ui luti Mipir will arrive Iri ibe inarki iv f the middle of NommijIkt uh of mil lou isuiua cam mp u il lie nnt > u l of this sj...

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