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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 August 1918

< k JM U DAMP PUBLICITY OFFICII Damp Travis Texan August 17 1018 ThoElghteonlh Division Is tlio numerical designation announced by tlio Wnr Department for tlio now division that is Boon to Ijo forinod at Camp Travis to fill tho vacancy created by tlio move mont of tlia Nlnotlotli Division to Franco Tho announcement of tho formation of tho new division will moan much to thoso who may hereafter bo asslgnod to Camp Trnvls In tho futuro draft calls Until tlio announcement of tlio formation of tho now division tho Camp has been much of tho naturo Of a combined training and roplaco ment camp Men who reported may still bo in camp or may hao been moved in n fow wcolis to fill gapB in divisions elsewhere Tho largest percoatago of thoso reporting to Camp Travis hereafter will probably bo rotalncd for tho organization of tho now division which in every branch will mean tho services of approximately 30000 men and ofllcors Just that period of time tho division may bo trained at Camp Travis is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 August 1918

Thi paper has enlisted With the government in the cause of America for the benod of the war ENQLEMAN fc OBEYAN Owners BARNETT OBEYAN Editor J S ENGLEMAK Publisher Snhecrlptinn SI f 0 Irr Ycnr Entered as secondclass mall matter it the post otllce at TullaTexas TULIA TEXAS August 23 1P1S It is Indeed with pleasure that we thank our many friends who have so kindly given us new Items Our columns are always open for nows nnd we would even delay a good meal to make note of the happenings How over In tho bnsy rush of business may bo somo items are overlooked Wo can truthfully say that such is not dono Intentionally If wo have overlooked some item or failed to make note of some please recognize that it is not a matter of the heart but a slip of the band We want every body to recogirno that the Herald is their paper and ono and all shall hao an equal right to our columns If you know of some ono visiting here or of any news item please tell us or call us on tho telephone t Our number is 02 Pl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 August 1918

73 j fA o O o o 0o n o a o 8a n o E30I LOCAL AND PERSONAL Miss Effle Tnomns spont a portion of last weok In Vigo Pnrk visiting with hor nunt Mr V L Qonr Mrs II A Brown was on tho alck list tho first of tho wook but Is much bottor at this writing AUTOMOBILE I AIKTINO 1 RICHARDS PLAINVJJiW J L Canlrcll of Cantroll 4 Shows roturncd tho first of tho wook from a trip to tho St Louis nwl Kansns City markots Mr and Mrs It J Stalllngs nro parents of a proud girl born Sunday August 4tb If It Is mora water you want and for less monoy sco tho now twinwheel windmill in oporation at my plaooVthroo mllos oaat of Tulla B J Payne 504p i Mrs Bowott Popo and two dnughtors Mario and Boris of namlln and Mrs N L Ball and littlo son John S of Sllvorton spent a portion of this wcok In Tulla visiting tho Indies parent Mr and Mrs J J Siglor Mr Bert Jordan who Is In a sanitarium In Plainviow for tho benofit of his health is reported to bo improving His many frlonds will bo glad to hear of his Improvement TOR...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 August 1918

WEEKLY FINANCIAL UEVIEW Prepared for The Herald by tho St Louts Union Bunk St Louis Mo Business men of Die Unllcil 8tatcs havo n tendency to under cstimatn tlie commercial and financial Importanco of Canada This northern neighbor of our but for war conditions would runic second in our lint of customers Canada last year Imported from this country goods to the valno of 928 887573 according to the records of the Dominion government The total m actually much larger for not all goods trcnt through the customs There must nlso be added the largo sums paid In interest on federal provincial municipal Industrial and prl vato corporation loans and tho expenditures of Canadian tourists A competent obsener expresses tho opinion that Canada is our customer to a total of more than one billion dollars n year Canadns importance is further re Mmled by the fact thnt in ten months of tho fiscal year 1M71P18 her war exports totaled above a billion dollars 624S5S700 being the value of war materials and 4...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 August 1918

ir Uj > 7 Special attention fclven tlon and correction Tulia I O TAYLOR TAYLOR inselors at Law V to examlna land titles Texas Awiy with DEADLY POISONS nkfCURN KILLS RATsfMICE AND GOPHERS OUT DBUC1 STOEB TnU Texas LOOAZi TIMB TABLE Panhandle tt Bant Fe Biilway Oo Tnlla Texu Southbound Passenger Trains No 000 ArrivoD 1127 P M No 904 Arrive 003 A U Northbound Passenger Trains Jfo 003 Arrive 1000 A M No 005 Arrives 436 P M Local Freight and Passenger Service North and South Bound Dally except iBunday O W DAVIS Agent You are wanted at the W O W meeting Tuesday night of each week Patronize the Herald 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 datidy good lihe of Shoes and invite you to look them over before you buy Our line comprises all grades and sizes WE PAY CASH T OR CREAM The TuliaIS ocery Co 9 The Saddle Nand Harne...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 23 August 1918

oB oI I O D Notice Seed Wheat We have bought some extra good seed wheat that will be recleaned and will test around 62 per cent This wheat was raised at Pampa Texas We will furnish the farmers with this wheat at cost and ask all that are wanting any seed to come in and sign up for the amount you need and act quick Ajnuf Pay theVPresident LADIES TORM PARTNERSHIP Mcsdames G M Freeman and Clay Perkins have recently formed a partnership and will engage in the dress making business They have rented a room in tlier ar of Mrs S B Dyers Variety Store These ladles are experts in their chosen profession and have had much experience heretofore Tho Herald can not fittingly tell of their many accomplishments and class of work end we urge the ladies to givo them u call Plain and fancy sewing is their specialty and they urgently request the patronage of all They will lie pleased to give you prices on any con tempi a tod work that you may have Pay the President Rev F S Rountree of Vigo Park was ono...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 August 1918

V Is i fordf Ark oppisite your name indicates you are in arrears on subscription Please settle before Sept 1 when your name will be dropped unless paid JtSXVTHOSSTAMPS ISSUED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT DBPOSITOBV SELECTED FOR FUNDS Or TULIA SCHOOL f c trr of tlio Tulia Independent let mot Monday afternoon hi tno office nt the Hotel Tulin The bid of tho Tulin Bank Trust Compnny t < set as depository for tho monoys of this school district being tho highest submitted this bank was designated as such depository for tho ensuing twelve months At tho May meeting of fho Board Mr R 0 Asbury wasiolcetcd ns chairman and Mr A W Storncnbcrg as efl j < 1J nThcso gentlemen sorved in out T ty at ths mc0nB conr < H s are making sofno im ordo C00 building and malnfL rinR tcT tho ° I = nl nS Wu V Mondny September fijjeh trustee Is nllvo to his responsibility and is giving of his best no and energy to the beit interests school Wo feel suro that our aro working with that end nil good scho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 August 1918

A Twentieth jm Century JK Paul RflVfira V LiBten ray chifdren and you will hear Of another rider than Paul Revere Of a tiny lad on a strange strange steed Who rode a race for his coun trys need He heard of his countrys call for men He heard of their sacrifice and then He hoard of the need for money too For food and clothes to help them thru k He wanted to help tho he could not fight He wanted to serve in the cause of right sa So he mounted a Thrift Card reins in hand And rode and rode thruout the land Money ho cried Money for clothes The boys in the trenches off he goes And mid the sound of the clattering hoofs The call reechoed across the roofs Gather your nickels Gather your dimes Help the Nation Prepare these times The people heard ds the boy flashed by They heard his fervid earnest cry And out of the stockings laid away And out of the closets hid from day They gathered their savings of many years And poured them forth with hearty cheers 4Eaite = these > they the cause of righ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 August 1918

Kl THE NATIONAL CAPITAL By J E Jones Washington D 0 August 25 Safeguarding Undo Bains Monoy A slatomont recently lssuod by llio War Finance Corporation makcB It cloar that practically no lonnB or advancos aro bolng mndo by tlio Qovornmont to borrowors under tlio exceptional casos clause of tlio Act which croatcd tlio War rinnnco Corporation Tlio policy of tlio corporation is to furnlah asslstanco to tlio war Industries through local banks Tlio Government Corporation dcclaro that tlio public utility companies should havo tlio cooperation of tlio communities In which they operate and emphasis is laid upon the fnct that it Is tho duty of the communities to aid in tho readjustment of these enterprises and institutions in ordor that tboy may reestablish themselves la harmony with tho changed conditions brought about by tho war Whilo It may not bo n particularly hnppy reflection still tho fnct remains that flvo cent car faro has pnsscd out in many cities and six and seven cent enr fares l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 August 1918

i Thti paper has enlisted frith the government in th Cause of America for the period of the war THE TULIA HERALD ENOLEMAN OBBYAN Owners BAKNETT OBBYAN Editor J 8 ENOLEMAN Publisher Subscription SI50 Peir Tear Entered as secondclass mat matter at the post office at TullaTeias TULIA TEXAS August 30 1918 J P Bouroll one of our prosperous farmers of tho western portion of the county returned Wedncsdny morning from a throo or four weeks visit to other sections Mr Bourell reports that Oklahoma was pretty badly burned up also parts of Arkansas Many sections of Ea t Texas have lost their crops on Bccount of tho heat Ho says that the Panhandle is the best section that he has visited He said that tho day he left Amarillo for this visit that it commenced to rain and when he ar rived nt Clarendon on the return ho noticed first good crops of his trip Tho closer ho pot home tho better tho crops were He said that when he left he was somewhat discouraged about our condition but since making the tri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 August 1918

IF U O a o LOCAL AND PERSONAL Judgo A B Martin of llnlnvlow vwns looking after legal business In j JTullii Monday J AUTOMOBIL lpAINTING 1HOHABDS PLAINVIEW Soo tho tonreel spoelnlJvt tho Olympic Thoatro Sopt 13 Tho Kalscr tho l Beast of Berlin < J All school books ihd supplies now > jopon Tho Roxall Store MrB It 8 Boll of Littlofiold return j ad Wednesday to lior homo nftor spendIng thrco days in Tulin visiting with hor sister Mrs n J Wright J Buy yourDrugs from McCuno Drug Co and buy WftrHavings Stamps with tf tho difforonco In thdprco you would pay elsewhere It N Adams and sons Richard and Avery of tho McGuiro community woro business visitors in Tulin Monday and rondo tho Hornld oftlco an appreciated visit Stnnloy Slglor loft Wednesday morning for n business trip to Amarillo I Miss Bcssyo Picrson roturned Sun dny morning from Ponton whore sho lias been attending tho Collogo of Industrial Arts Ono of the best picture oer shown in Tulia Tho Kaiser tta Beast of Borlin nt tho Oly...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 August 1918

I THE KANSAS CITY MARKET REPORT Kansas City 8toek Yard sJAo gust 20 1018 Cattle receipts were 28000 market steady to 10 lower top steers IJRon Hog supply was P000 market strong to S higher top 1055 Sheep and lamb void strong to 25 higher top wrstrrn lambs 177fi western ewes I12G0 Beef Cattle Beef steers were steady to lower with arnther slow movement salesmen holding oof for stcsdy prices whlfh somo of them secured Best fed steers brought 1R00 Kansas crass steers about like the finish last week which was SO rents higher than the end of the previous week sales mostly nt 1150 to 1100 Oklahoma steers sold up to 1425 In the Native Division nnd n five car drove brought 1050 in the Quarantine Division averaging 7SS lbs Cows closed last week 50 to 75 higher nnd am steady today good grass cows 1I to 1225 medium S50 to 10 ennncrs RJiO to 725 veals 11 to 1375 The supply today contained comparatively few shipmcnts from distant points 10 cars from Baker Oregon furnishing a great bulk of the run...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 August 1918

n ii ouiroN r > Tayj CULTON TAYLOR Attorneys and Counselors at Law Special attention given to examlna tlon and correction oMand titles Tulia o Texas Away with DEADLY POISONS MILS RATS MICE AND GOPHER CITY DRUG STORE Tolls Tax LOCAL TOO TABLE Panhandle SnU F Kallway Co Tolls Ttxaa Beutabonad FasMngtr Trains TKo 900 Arrives U T P U No 804 ArrivM 90J A M Northbound Tungt Trains No SOS Arrives 1000 A M No 005 Arrives 488 P M Local Freight and Passenger Service North and Sooth Bound Dally except Sunday O W DAVIS Agent Yon ax wasted t tit W O W nttting Tuesday aiga oi Ma week Patroals la Htrald advsrtlMr 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 The Tuka Grucery Co S B DYER The Saddle and Harness Ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 30 August 1918

a i Tires and Tubes We are in a position to save you money on all Automobile Supplies Remember every article we sell is Standard Goods and carries a full guarantee See Us Before Buying Elsewhere Coopers Garage and Machine Shop Phone No 124 THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Bible School 1000 a m Jaa Frye Superintendent Preaching 11 a m and 845 p m We will begin a series of Evangelistic services Sunday night and will have services every night during the week at 845 Notice the time 845 Make a special effort to be there on time at we will begin at 845 and close not later than ten oclock Wo will try and make these services spiritual and minister unto the spiritual need of Gods people and try and reach the hearts of the unsaved Everybody cordially mwted and urged to come and help in saving souls GEO J BUTH Minister U S L Service Station eton Superintendent Preaching at 11 a m and 0 p m by the pastor Subject nt 11 A Study as Taught by John 35 At 9 p ra When the War Will End Junior League at 330 p m Sen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 September 1918

We regret to lose a subscriber but notice has been given and this is last Herald going to those in arrears If in arrears see us WSS VARSAVINGS STAMPS ISSUED BY THa TED STATES GOVERNMENT KXCBLLENT SERMONS MARK BBVIVAL AT CHRISTIAN OHTJROH Rovivnl Bcrvlcos began lust Sundny at tho Tirst Chrlstinn Church In Tulln PnBtor G J Rutli lias boon fining tho proachlng Borvlcos liavo boon conducted ench nlglit Good crowds liavo ton In nttondnnco and tlio oxcollcnt Bcrlptural sermons liavo boon an Inspiration and a help to ovory one A rood conscientious worker for tho 3rd Rov Ruth proac hos tho word of it truly as it Is written and his llfo MS ovldonco of his faith Dont > KTJZV LotT or Tot yotjj Wit IrfS THE TULIA HERALD Volume 9 I FERVENT APPEAL TO LADIES TOR SURGICAL DRESSING WORK Wo would bo vo y glad if tho ladies 1 moro tlmo to tho Surglcnl Dressing Work Wo work only two nftornoons of tho week Thursday and Friday and if wo lot theso days pass without hnving accomplished nny thing our wor...

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

Up one of the luilest mm In the v he Y mnnat tlic counter He Is as much n pait of the military Scheme of things hs olinvv iiml tniv t lnM the soldier thinks sn The counter Is cnmdul nil the time nml the mnn nt the counW picnes his wrsMllliv hj rmsworln n tlinusnml vnrhtle of questions e1ng stamps giving > < in tn utii m helping the hovs ceiid mnn y home passing out pood cheer hamlng out literature nni lrvii r thn1 i Y LinVwl to do Tills i v nV M Ainn u p aurc was taken nt Camp 1lke ik r Little Itock Ark one 0 t i p ifr ri rT tho couuto TTNIVEESITY PAItAGBAFHS such a military atmosphere as will characterize the University of Tex as during the coming regular ses sions Thousands of young men in khaki arc already in the different military schools which tho University 1b conducting tor the Government and additional thousands will be on hand within the next few weeks It is stated by W H Mayes head of the school of journalism of the University of Texas that he is in receipt of many r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 September 1918

101 = 10 o 8 o a o D o n o o n o o a o o n o o o 1 I o D o o D o o Q o a o 3QC as on I0E30E XOE30E A DAILY DUTY aootoc Closin o 30E30I0E30E Each day ovory American soldlor in 1rnnco Is confronted by n groat duty Our Army tliero has n groat task to perform for our country for tho world for civilization and for hu Vginnlty Our soldiers aro doing tholr liity with a courngo nnd fldollty and lofllcionoy thnt thrill ovory hoart Each day ovory American cltlzon at homo is confrontod by a groat duty I a duty as imporntlvo upon him or hor as tbo duty of our soldlors is upon 1 thorn Tho Amoricnn peoplo havo n gront task to porform It Is to support to tho limit of tholr ability our aOEXOE notnoE 30C30C30E 30E30I Army our Navy our country at war To work with Incroasod energy and ofllctoncy so that our national production mny bo Increased to oconouizo in consumption so that moro material nnd labor and transportation may bo loft freo for tho uses of tho Oovorn mout and with tho resultant savings t...

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

This pxpcr has enlisted With the government in the Caupe of America for the Dcnod of thewar THE TULIA HERALD ENQLEMAN ft OBRYAN Owners BABNETT OBRYAN Editor J B ENOLEMAN Publisher Snbcriptlmi SI 50 Per Yrnr Entered as socnnrlclass mall matter it the post nnice at Tulla Texas TOLIA TEXAS September 6th IMS L n Dillon of Happy wan In Tulla Wedncsdny anil ordered nn ndvcrti o ment of hid public snlo placed in tho Herald The advertisement will be fonnd In another column Mr Dillon 1b one of the Tmlriotie icn of Swisher Connty He Is having this ale o that lio may join the rolors and take an nctlvo part in tho fight for world freedom no is 43 year of age and already has n sen in tho service By this means of volunteering for scrvico ho is showing his lovo for his flag Because tho Amoriean army is mado np of such loyal true men is tho reason why we are winning The people of his homo seetion and of Swisher County nre pleased to give him the honor so intly due and will undoubtedly at tend the s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 September 1918

u > 3 I 0 IIS IIo M n o D o V iOite > LOCAL AND PERSONAL SB J J Slglor Is ablo to bo at his placo fof business after n fow days of illness S Wo now soil forOAH I ONLY Craw ioril Pharmacy v Mr and Mrs Hoy Ross nnd Sir and Mrs Tom Ross woro visitors in Amu rillo Inst Sunday Mr and Mrs W W Stoplionson and llltlo dnughtor Grace woro In Happy last Friday evening and visltod nt tlio Iioma of Mr and Mrs J II Btcpbonson Automobilo Painting nnd Top Building RICHARDS PlAlNYIEW Judgo W B Halo prosldont of tlio Tulin Bank Trust Company nnd daughter Miss Ethel woro visitors in Plninvlow Tucsdny Q Grlfflu of Dumas is in Tulln flo is making his homo nt tlio homo of his undo W F Grlllln nnd will attend school during tlib coming session Soo Stowart Pattersons ndv on anolhor page MONEY fOvLOAN Mrs 0 E Duko nnd daughtor Miss pdlth spont a portion of last wo ek in Amarlllo visiting nl Iho homo of Mr nnd Mrs B 0 Brltton 0 L Coopor owner of Coopers Gnrago nnd Machine Shop was looking nftor business...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 September 1918

reidiowler Lieutenant Ted Bcld nud Miss Buby Olynn Fowler of Locknoy were united In marriage Sundny morning September 1ft at 030 oclock nt Uio Pres byterian manse Rev John T rrico officiating Tio young couplo left on tho 10 oclock trnln for Payne riold Mississippi Uio j ccno of Lieutenant Relds aviation sendee with the Unit Oil States Rovcrnment Tlio bride is nn accomplished young lady of many winning traits of licart and character 8ho has visited in Tulia and is beloved by her friend Tlio groom is ono of Tubas most highly esteemed young men Thrco years ago ho graduated from tho Tulla public school Later he grndnntcd from tho West Texas Stnto Normal at Canyon j and then took a special course in S M A service at Austin which entitled him to a credit of nn A B Decree reeling tho call of his country ho enlisted in the aviation service A man of n clear brain nnd quick to learn he thoroughly mastered this intricate business and soon won his commission It was while attending tho Normal at...

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