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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 September 1918

L fi 1 h V You are wantedat the W O W meeting Tuosday sight of each treelr Kalsor the Boastvof Berlin Imperial Barber Shop E L HIDEPropriotor Barbers and Laundry Agents West Side of Square Phone 184 V 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 Ma Grocery Co The Saddle and Harness Man When in need of Merchandise sec him Yon will he surprised lo supwhat helms Here are some articles carried jn Villi the Saddles and Harness Hope I ires and Inner Tubes Guns Anuiiunilion Cutlery Etc S B DYER Tiilia Texas i KILLS RATS MICE ANTGOPHERS so a no > noFOR FOR Uu sr CITY DEUO STORE Tulla Tola LOOAIi TIME TABLE Panhandlo t Santa Fe Hallway Co Tulla Toxaa Southbound Paenf r Trains No 000 Arrlveo 1127 P M N...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 September 1918

t flu K B B a a n a a M B a c u B H D B C a a a B B B U R a K B z U X AUG lrxl jM 0 HlplC bbbbpbbbbbbjjpbbbbpb Tulia Texas If you are this picture patriotic If patriotic come and see and you will be more you are a lukewarm patriot you should come and see why your patriotism should ascend to the vrfrs This wonderful production will be placed on the screen at the afternoon matinee and at the two shows in the evening Make arrangements to attend one of these mission odc < Di eye Reserved Seats on Sale at Crawford Pharmacy LOANS TO FARMERS BY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TJ > j War Finance Corporation of the Treasury Pepartinent will make loans an The Beast of Berlin One of the Best Pictures of the Kaiser yet produced Will be shown tIN TEN LONG REELS at the H B N B B B H n P B n E3 tan tan EIa n a a a a f > a a B D B B B B B B B a B B flB flfl flB flB B a B B a a H B a a B B B B B HEnHannnnaaBnaHnnMnnaaBnnnDBEnnunnEHnannnnHnnnBHnnHannnaaa te in nsceptional cases directly nnd serve banks o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 September 1918

I V r < t A ft f WSS WARSAttNOS STAMPS 1 issued mr Tim UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT FRIENDS BID FABEWEM TO DEPARTING SOLDIER FRIENDS It was with pleasure that tlio cltl i of Tulia assembled Inst Friday g nt tlio ilopot to wish Gods yto their friends who wero to lenvo lio southbound train for Camp is Tlioro were fifteen from Swisher ud a largo number from Briseoo county Wo regret to stato that wo were unable to get tholr names for this wooks paper Besides tlio honor of tlio business houses and homes being closed our bajd was also assembled The excellent music rendered by tlicso musicians was appreciated by tlio homo people and no doubt by the departing soldlors too Wo loft at home will truly try to do our duty nnd In fulure wlicther wo nro called to follow our friends or do service at home wo will try earnestly to emulate their willing example As a fitting farowcll Mr J E pslon in answer to oflldal request prepared a number of fitting moos which were kludly distributed umber of bright...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 September 1918

IN TUB HANDS Or ALMA HUCKAMEB Tjciictiror of Swisher County Texas gyy g yr r Svvlshor County Texas Ii R cular Qunrtcrlv Session Mny Term 1918 WE THE UNDERSIGNED as County Commissioners within and for mid Swisher County iind the Hon V 6 Tomliitson County ludjjc of baid Swisher County constituting the entire Commissioners Court of said County nnd each one of us do hereby coitify tlmt on this the 13th day of May A I IMS at a regular quarterly term of our said Court wo have compared and examined the quarterly report of Alma HucUbec treasurer of Swisher County Texas for the quarter bcKinninu on the lit day of February A D 1018 and ending on the 30th day of May A D 191S and finding the same correct have caused an order to be entered upon the minutes of the Commissioner Court of Swisher County stating tho approval of said Treasurers Report by wur Niid Court which said order recites separately the amount received and paid out of each fund by said County Treasurer since her last report to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 September 1918

p w ImperiaUkity 15 U RIOENjroprletor ron SAU BIT N CITY DRUG BTOBB Tulia Texas N local Tram tablb Panhandle t Santa re Hallway Oo Tulia Texas Southbound Passenger Trains No POO Arrives 1127 P M No 004 Arrives 003 A U Northbound Passenger Trilns No 003 Arrives 1000 A M Nir 005 Arrives Ii3fl I M 1 m ill Freight ami Passenger Service North and South Hound Daily except Sunday O V DAVIS Agent You aro wanted at JuS W O W meeting Tuesday night 4 each weei Plentv g pood luftlj Aiul nut coat In nti rt Tulin Oram ATCptil Company Barbers and LaumlRigents EASY Money Our line comprisesYll grades and sizes WE PAY FOR CREAM The Tulia Grocery Co WOMEN TORTURED I tif + h ft f f 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 landvgood line of Shoes and invite you to look hcfrt over before you buy S B DYER The Saddle > nd Harness Man When in need < > f ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 September 1918

ov m r Thu paper has enlisted frnh the gpvernhient in the cause of Amcricafor the Oeriodof the war THE TULIA HERALD rj il BNOLEMAN OBRYAN Owners BABNEXT OBETAN Editor J B ENGLEMAN Publisher Subscription SIiKO IVrTur Entered as secondclaa mall matter it the poU ofllce at TullaToias TULTA TEXAS September 13th 191S 0 D Caldwell a prosperous farmer living five mile north of Tnlia was a pleasant visitor in the Herald ofllce Monday morning Mr Caldwell exhibited a tonpound cabbage well matured and sound This is not the only rear that Mr Caldwell hai gTown largo cabbage and food garden truck for In tho pa t It has not been uncommon for him to have tea and twelve pound cab bages The splendid gardens raised in Swisher County arc but evidences of what our soil and water will produce and no country can do better Pay the President Tho Fourth Liberty Loan starts on September 2 < itb Get ready Pay the Presldont The revival which has been in progress for the past ten days at the Christian ehnrch...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 September 1918

w V rt y ffis 1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Clay Perkins has accepted a position at tho City Drug Store i Tl r 7 ° now o11 or Rl tfctLA S ° t Pharmacy Thompson W ONLY Craw SwC Horton Tracy returned Saturday Anight from Bartonslte whero ho had 1 boon visiting his aunt Mrs Jack Hollln i j Automobile Painting and Top Building RIOHAIIDS PLA lNTOEW 4ij Mr ami ifrs F It AndofsYn and Mrs G M Freeman woro visitors in i w Plalnvlow Wednesday n n Bea Stewart Pattersons adv on n f another page MONExNrjO LOAN C i > iMrs M S Wimnn nnd children spont a portion of last week in Plain ed > vicw whom thoy visited Mrs Wlmans noico Mrs S W Smith J M c 9 Steed of Wlnnsboro nr Ti riv0l ln TuIa tl10 flr8t of tl10 wcok 0 > j i visit nt tho home of her brother I II r j J W Mount tho salesman for tho + 4iMagnolia Potroloum Company as con 3uctcd at Coopers Onrngo and Machlno Z Shop was in Canyon Tuesday looking J f nftcr business i rtf Miss Alby Bay Smith our gifted expression teacher has been confined to h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 September 1918

> I MW LUH K I OUNT MAKFS KL Because in iciv touny Tit ii ge tne VT1 tti IN 29908 For xoman rirl chi1 Vijlg itJlli lVf I ntty i t y nxpa War Ailx i r tn wit ii v have t J s s > 1 of Maver i > ii tnur h 1il vim r lull support i Booths are maintained in of the prin ijU stores and i ii the street of Enge Pa s e n y large town in the w un id the erection < tf a War Lincoln a Getj i Sa ang8 Bank u ch by the Cu v J Nggii w gagtd in I i Buy Today vy r 1 W S S Bank Bis Factor in j Campaign Civic Attraction j P y th President This is the War Savings Stamp Bank at Wichita Falls Texas Krom the day it was opened for business War Savings Stamp sales have materially increased in Wichita County Not only are stamps Kept here for sale but almost every person in Wichita Falls has his pledge card at the bank and every time he pays on his pledge it is credited by the cashier The bank is also official headquarters for the War Savings workers of Wichita County Material for the building was do...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 September 1918

No 6298 Total Repwt il Cwditnn if THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Tulln In tho Stato of Toxin at tho close of business on August 31st 1018 ItESOUKOES 1 n Loans nml discounts Including discounts except those shown on b ami c U041558 c Customers liability account of acceptances of tills bank purelinsol or discounted by It EVER SALIVATED BY CALOMEL HORRIBLE CALOMEL IS QUICKSILVER AND ACTS LIKE DYNAMITE ON YOUR LTVER Calomenlxscs yon a dayl You know what caloncl is Its mercury quick silver Calomel is dangerous It crashes into sour bile like dynamite cramping andVsickenini you Calomsl attacks the boes andshould nevsr b put into your BUtemJ When you feelWllous sluggish con atipated and all knvqxed out and believe you need a Jom e dangerous rilssasi just remember th lour druggist sails for a fow cents A larVs bottle of Dod sons Liver Tone wklcn ia entirely vegetable and pleasant to faka and is a tuiihihtuto for caHpmol It is guaranteed to start your lWer witlitat stirring you up inside and can ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 September 1918

SOLDIER BOYS Mr F II Anderson received n lot tcr the fir l of the week from her son George E Randolph Mr Randolph 1 with llio engineers In France He said that the Americans move loo often for him to write very long letter no nniil about tho only eomfilnint of the sob dlera were that the officers would not allow them to advance as fast as they wanted to The bravery of the Americans was superb nnd the bending of tho Oermnn linen and sending those roldicr to oblivion was their supreme delight He said that he was well nnd happy nnd that Trance was certainly n great country Mrs George F Held has recently re celved word from her son Lieutenant Ted Iteid He said lhat soon after his arrival at Iayno Field Mississippi he received orders to proceed to Garden City Long Island New York He had been appointed a bombing pilot so will hnvo charge of one of Uncle Sams big airships He said that while his work necessitated the destroying of German soldiers which he would do to best of his ability yet ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 September 1918

V VXRSAVINGS STAMPS ISIUEDBYTHB UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT + sV + + + + + + + + 4 4 > < H4El < S > s > < MS n pu W tlpnt 70U t fll Tho Bcptcmt T If you are looking for a surething investment that really pays youll find it in War Savings S tamps THE TULIA Volume 9 2 > i fltESBYTEHIAN CHURCH FOLKS ITEMS OF INTEEEST FEOM > ENJOY A SOCIAL EVENING THE BED CROSS CHAPTER unat Friday ovoning tlio members Tho sowing room will now bo opon jj friends of tho 1ipabytorinn church on Thursday nnd Friday afternoons in iricnt n vory pleasant socfnl ovoning stond of Wednesday nnd Friday Most ui tho church Tlio dvent was tho cul of tlio work being dono at presont is mlnation of n contest for nttondnnco for rofugecs of Belgium nnd Franco In tho Sundny school which hnd been This sowing is very Blmplc nnd any going on for a fow inontha previous I woman can help A short but very Intoreating and There 1b to bo n drlvo for old but pleasing program was rondorcd which good durablo clothi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 September 1918

ITOW WHEAT CONSERVATION TRO ORAM EFTEOTIVE SEPTEMBER 1 Tho roeont careful survey by the Food Administrators of tho United StntoK Franco Englnnd and Italy of Uio food resources of tho 220 million people fighting againstjlormnny shows that to maintain enough supplies nnd necessary reserves ngninst disaster there must he maintained In all countries a conservation of wheat flour dur ing the coming year It has been agreed that tho wheat bread of the Allies shall contain BO per cont other grain than wheat nnd It is only just that wo should bear our share in this saving nnd thnt our bread should bo nt least universal with thoso who are suffering more gront ly from tho war than ourselves Tho distribution nnd transportation circumstances in the United States render it necessary to rely very largely on tho voluntary nctlon of our homes to enforce this mixture Tho Victory bread so made is whole ome nnd thefe is no difficulty in preparation Wc do slro to emphaslzo tho fact that the mixtures out...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 September 1918

8 r lisp X ± V Termsaii sui 1000 a credit of note with nnnrove sal Fiv1 ucr en W B HALE Tulia Texas Clerk BAPTIST WOMANS SOCIETY Missionary program to bo rendered at tho homo of Mrs C W MeFnrllng Wednesday Scptombor 25th nt 3 oclock p m Mcsdnmcs Asbury and MeFnrllng ns hostesses Londcrf Mrs O K Duke Subjoct Stato Missions Song America Song Loyalty to Christ Lords Prayer in concert Sprlpturo Lesson by Leaflor Itcponting of Slogan Yo shall bo witnesses of mo In all Tudea Itoll cnll Let each mombor respond by telling whnt sho considers tho groat est religious need of her state Talk Our Duty to tho Orphans in our State MrB Barnott OBryan Talk Tho Necessity for Christians Hospitals Mrs M S Wlmnu Talk Training of Lenders in Do jiomlnatlounl schools Mrs W A Graham Talk Our Duty to tho Negroes in Our Stnjo Mrs J 0 LaPrado Talk Amorlcinnizing tho Foreigners In our Stnto Mrs II II Tracy Talk Our Itollglous Duty to tho Soldiers Encamped In our Stnto Mrs Leo White Prayer for U S Soldiers Sailo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 September 1918

This papcrhas enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the Dcriod of the war Snlmcrlptlnn 1 J 0 IVr Yrnr Enteral as second class mall matter t the post olllcc v TiillaTcxas TUMA TEXAS September 20tli 101S To editor Tyas ploased to visit In Happy and Kress this week in tho interests of tho Government advertisements for Iho Fourth Liberty Ioan It was only necessary for us to state our bu lncss when the worthy husine s men nnd cltltens readily took hold of the proportion Tljo spirit of civic prido and Trill Ingncss to back the Oovernment was indeed an inspiration Wo hnvc said before that no county had n better citizenship than Swisher and now we know of a eortnlnty Sie trrilh of that boast Tho Herald Is glad to call at tentlon to every name signed to the advertisements Judge W R Tomlinson C E Dnke cn hier of tho Tulia Bank ft Trust Company J C LaPrtdo ea her of the rirst National Bank SInyor Dennis Zimniermnnn nnd W C Dinwiddle one of onr wide awake rattle rai ors were ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 September 1918

ft < V V v I V o a Oi 1o o n o 3a 0o n E30E LOCAL AND PERSONAL lu II SB arnos rolurnoil Thursday from n business trip to Kansas City Missouri Tho riamo of Italy Olirapic 80th S Wo now soil foAlASH OfNLY Craw j ford Pharmacy Mrs Waltor Cobb and daughter Miss I Ruth woro visitors in Amarlllo thlB wcok 8co our boys colobrnto Tho Tourth of July In Franco the Olympic Thursday 8optcmboriHV Automobllo PnlntlngnitTop Building ItlOIUItDB PUAINVIEW Misses Mabel and Etliol GlvenS loft the first of tho week to spond a fow dnys Usltlng with frionds In Amarlllo Sco Stewart PaUcrsons adv on another pago MONgY TO LOAN Tho Bulls Eye Vwcstorn BOrlal will bogln at tho OlyntplasFriday Bopt 27th Ladles and childrqh FREE at tho Mattnco A W Montgomery ono of our doalers In potroloum products was n business visitor In Happy and Amorillo this wook Paul Ramsoy who is stationed at Tort BIIbS noar El Paso spont Trldny nnd Saturday in Tulla visiting with his parents Mr and Mrs Taul Itamsoy J It Duff a bard w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 September 1918

Ti h H trict On account of war conditions we were forced to go trmmmmarm > hhwjw 0hi m4 ITALIANS LIES OUR MOVIES Italian soldiers like American moving picture comedies so well that Ameri can soldiers flyers and Y M C A secretaries ore kept busy at the shows translating titles Pay the President wSgmT Make your fa 4mml proud of thc hn mM J J SIGLER P J NEFF PAINT DEVOE PAINT Your wife and children cannot take a pride in their home if e house is faded ancl v ealher iSi xa slimT B Deaten That means nupaint And for mansion or cottage the best paint is TT M1 The Guaranteed UtuVKjt Lead and Zinc Paint fewer Cultons llcarj Lonntr We guarantee Devoc Lead and Zinc Paint to beabsolutely pure When you paint with Devoe you save paintmoney fewer gallons to buy you save labor money fewergallons tospniad you get a better looking paint job pure paint and it will be a longer time before you need another paintjob Why have a shabby house any longer It will cost you more to paint next year Paint with...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 September 1918

s s k I n FOR UU BY STORE Tulla Texas LOOM TIMB TABLE p nb ndlo Santa ro Hallway Oo Tulla Tucai Southbound Passenger Trains No POO Arrive H 87 P M io 004 Arrives 003 A M Northbound Paaaonger Train No 003 Arrives 1000 A M No 00 Arrives 430 P M Local freight and Possongor 8orvice North and Bouth Bound Dally oxeept Sunday O W DAVI9 Agent ImperiabBarber Shop E L EIOb Proprietor Barbers and Laundry Agents West Side of Square Phone 184 M 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 N SHOES Wc have a dandy good line of Shoes and invite yotv to look them over before you buy Our lieompriscs all grades and sizes AY CASH FOR CREAM ery to JTheSaddle and Harness Man Wliciin neihJ of Merchandise sue liim Yon will he sur nrisetllo 6uelial he has Here are some articles carried in connection with the Saddles and Harness Hope Tires and Inner Tubes Jims Ammunition C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 September 1918

V ftjjgs + X t Mil I Jcljn Qoctoi I MS JSJJ5 xSi cr w S Aa c nfyff sear P SH5 VJ atraMJ S m jfljfK SEm > rwsw 8S53 ivztaOHtai Jsy or 12 T 5 SM She immortal words of the French battle cnj of < American gHiWffiraBR mfllffif Pl freedom rind out aqain todaii to the lJ li We are called upon to take up arms and fiqht to the death if need be for Freedom Justice and Those LUinqs that make lite worth liuiticj In this profound crisis is the test of citizenship ife As a part of their efforts to fight this war to a prompt and victorious conclusion this advertisement is endorsed and paid for b First National Bank AND Cantrell Shows Ihe Form dutq is to fiqht with ouv I armed forcesto haue enouqh to eat enouqh to li vU9eai a dollars in qour and to de t nJ < 2 ± f r H I II I I FL note the balance of uour earninq pomei ot A life if need be as an offering to ipuv coutTtrif jfm The next best form of dutq is to stai at I home and produce alloiDinq ijourself enouq moneq to purchase the bare ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 September 1918

J i I Volume CT01E SAM OIVES BACK 8T0L EN HOUR TO SUN OCTOBER 27 1 any October 27 at 2 n m Is tlio V rl iour whon Fort Worth nnil X ro tlio country will officially v tho passing of tlio first fho months of summer tlmo nnil will rovert to astronomical tlmo as tlio method of computing going to bed anil gottlng up hours ho daylight snlng plan has boon et slneo 2 n m of Miirch 31 u an net of Congress which des tia tho system shall bo per n jaiio law Bays On 2 n m of tho last Sunday in March of each joar tho standard tlmo of onch zono shall bo advanced ono hour and nt 2 n in of tha last Sunday in October of each year tho stand i tlmo of each zono shall by tho irding of ono hour bo roturncd to mean nstronomicnl time of the do < of longltudo gocmlng said zono it botucen tho last Bunday in u t 2 a m and tho last Sunday Octc r nt 2 a m in each yoar iO standard tlmo of onch zono shall bo ono hour In ndvnnco of tho mean astronomical tlmo of tho degrco of longitude governing each zono respoc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 September 1918

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