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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 September 1918

m fe < A 0E30C Do ocaoi aocaoc IOE30E DEVOE J J SIGLER P J NEFF aocaoi ENiLEMAN OBRYAN Owners BARN1TT GBRYAN Editor J S EKaianti Publisher SuliHcrlptinn SI50 lnr Y < nr Entered as secondclass mall matter it the post olllce at TtillaTexas TULIA TEXA8 September 27 1018 A bond backer slacker is the Jfe b I0E30B Flfttno Italy Olympic 30th TULIA YO s W McFnrllng was a visitor a I this week 30E30IOE30I Services for Sunday September 101S Sunday school at 10 n m J Tulia Texas Happy Texas PAINT DEVOE PAINT 29 B Sucpston Superintendent Preaching nt 11 n in nnd 830 p m Subject at 11 Rocks of Sabbath Dcso cratiou At 830 Somo Things to bo seen in tho Yollowstono Park nnd Lessons That They Teach Junior League at 230 p m Sonior Lcnguo at 730 p m Mrs J V Swopston Superintendent W M S Monday nt 4 p m Mrs M O Stanford President Prayer meeting Wednesday at 830 p m J E Swcjitou Leader Choi Tirnctlco after prayer mcoting Prof Bono Leader Wo had n fino day last Sunday Tho scrvico with tho Confedorn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 September 1918

s V t 4 ii i fe > i r > The Word carrier a thrill rf ssaesu eij Ijibeiiy Bond equip armies Ml Ptfil X t f = likMdior onr deeperfc kope our beit injiicr ami our pride It jpeli7 peacepreedoiii proFpciity iitMieydoxt > iKMiiig jar grgateor Jlteybuy Vic lory Four and one quarter per cent 1G > 1 Invert jbr Victory in a j pirit q Victory Buy Liberty Bonr To your utmost N JONES Blacksmith BIOS BARBEE BIIOP Laundry Agents J M 8IMPS0H County and District Cleric W A GRAHAM County Attorney F B ANDERSON ltt i ttf iMta B O HONEYCUTT W 8 TOMLIN80N County Judge J R HANKINS Btockfarmor OLYMPIC THEATEE Motion Pictures That Educate aOBDOK BAEEETT Pastor Baptist Church O J BUTII PaBtor Christian Church WALTEBB FRENCH Draymen L MULHALL Borvlco Oar DE 0 W McPAELINO 3 B JOHNSTON Boal Estate Loans DE A B IIAYB 310TBit TULIA For Commercial and Home Trade T S McOTNE BTackMal thing SVBY BEB OAFElt L Shafcr Prop VARIETY ST0BE The 8 Baring Store MU8 It 0 lEBKINS DrewmaJduB and Altering As a part of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 September 1918

5 1 f C safer K it b pit K LOCAL AND PERSONAL Tho namo of Itaff Olympic 80th J F Todd tho genial barber of Kross was a business visitor In Tulla Monday Mr and Mrs II W Simmons woro visitors in Plalnvlow Inst Friday Wo now soil forNUSH ONLY Crawford Pharmacy Mayor Donnls Zlmmormann was look Jng aftor business matters In Amnrillo iho first of tho weok Messrs Collier of tho South Plains Monument Company okPIalnvlow woro visltorsn Tulin Thursday Automobile Painting and Top Building EIOHAtlDB 4 TLAINVIBW It A Crum a buslnoss man of Frlono was transacting business In Tulla Mon day Yo editor was looking after business lu Plalnvlow nnd Ilnlo Contor last Sat u rday Misses Louiso McFarllng and Thclnia Asburj loft Sunday for Waco whore they will outer Baylor Univorslty for tljo coming term jRoy Ross tho hardworking night agent nt tho Tulla depot is meeting with tho npprovnl of tho customers as well as tho olUcials of tho railroads Mrs Dickinson of Missouri arrived in 4 Tulla Tuosday morning an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 September 1918

V 0 All Two million men have whispered sacred words of parting to mother wife and children Millions of hearts have ached though a song was on the lips Two million men wonderfully like yourselfwith the same affections the same love of life and with just as much to lose as you have are fighting or are going over to struggle in mud and Mood that you may be secure Man If you have a heart under your skin and you have havent you Lend to support these men Lend until it breaks you Lend if you have to go short of breado If only you could realize it all Mf < W f K It wouldn t be necessary to ask you to J Liberty Bonis A j a part of their efforts o fight this war to a prompt and victorious conclusion this advertisement is endorsed and paid or by kbemi mebohakts and BUBmnsB mbn COBB GRAIN CO John W Elliott Mgr KRESS PHARMACY W A Kerr Prop 1 FARMERS STATE BANK Guaranty Bank J F MOORE Hardware and Groceries HOTEL KRESS Crutch Skipworth Prop ADKISSON MERC CO General Merchandise BASS BROTHERS Ga...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 September 1918

V 11 jbuA s Higpi School College Sfadeets You Need These Comforts and Conveniences for Efficiency in Your Studies It Is tlio conconsus of opinion of loading educators that tho most offlclont studouts oio thoso who onjoy tho necessary comforts of llfo Of courso thoro aro always prodlglos Abo Lincoln who can got along without But tho majority of tho best students aro woll equipped with theso conveniences You can find almost ovorythlng you npod In tho way of tollot goods at our storo Wo havo given ospoclal thought to tho requirements of high Bchool and collogo Btudonts and will ho glad to assist your soloctlou any tlmo you visit our storo I Nervous Mrs Waller Vincent of Pleasant Hill N C writes For three summers I sullercd from nervousness dreadful pains in my back and sides and weak sinking spells Three bottles of Cardui the womans tonic relieved me entirely I feel like another person TAKEr TAKE r I h ftft ft rid The Womans Tonic For over 50 years Cardui has been helping to relieve wo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 September 1918

+ t + + Is mmmmmmmmm WM mmi IsWID LIKE TO BE THERE y You have said it As you saw some vivid picture of our boys fighting with the American spirit of fearlessness selfsacrifice and Winning at any cost T If you cannot go out to them you can fight for them with them Smash open the waf for them with howitzers and big guns Send them ammunition rifles clothing food You can lend as fearlessly and with the same spirit of sacrifice that they fight j Of course you would Like to be there W Vl = i 1 = = = = = = = = = = = = = > t + + The very next best thing is to sr Buy Liberty Bonds to Your Utmost As a part of their efforts to fight this war to a prompt and victorious conclusion this advertisement is endorsed and paid for by happy meboiiahts akd BUBmESB mbk WOOTEN THORNTONGenl Merchandise ROBERTS OLVER Hardwarelmplementsj FARMERS EXCHANGEGeneral MerchandiseHFIRST STATE BANK E A Logan Cashier H G KOCK Blacksmith Machine Work j H JAMES Groceries TOWNSEND GRAIN CO W T Townsend G T MILLER Draym...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 September 1918

M Tt h jpv J SaVINOS STAMPS jUED BY TKB t ITED 8TATES jOVERNMENT C THE LIBERTY LOAN HAS BOUGHT FOR THE ARMY i tlio beginning of tho wnr to HO 1018 Tlio Inst lny of tlio past Sift year contracts woro placo dby Jl tho Orilimnco Dopnrtmont of tlio United fBlntci totaling 1300000000 Tlio f eitlmnto for tlio current year Is over 00000000 Tho major Horns of lyoar woro ns follows ftlllcry 1030000000 automatic yi 30000000j small arms 100 P00 small arms ammunition 31 000 small arms ninmunition prac THE COLORED AMERICAN In commuting tho death Bontonccs of 10 to 10 colorol noldicrs convicted iu tlio courts martial growing out of tlio Houston Tox riots somo tlmo ocr n year ogo President Wilson says I desiro tho clemency hero orderod to bo n recognition of tlio splondld loyalty of tho rnco to which tlieso soldiers belong and an inspiration to tho SECTION 2 THE TULIA HERALD Volume 9 TULIA SWISHER COUNTY TEXAS SEPTEMBER 27 1918 DALLAS MAN TO PASS UPON FARM EXEMPTION CLAIMS O II Alford of Dallas od...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 September 1918

m lo lend m < J ujau WKcil siolendid lendina 11 = neu lieu pqW for me TJQOU Id be Such radianl slrenqlh o hear and hand Liqhls up the uoaste of No Mans Land Such scorn of danger as TtieLj cjo With smile ana song to meet the foe Such zeal to knoto the Diet orij uoon lo knouo a soldiers duiLj done To lend the uoau thei JicjKt for me What splendid lendlnq tha t ujould be v J o lend ike uoau tkeq fiqht for me What selfless lending mat tuould be for euer throucjruthe battles haze The bullets hail the Jlcld i o U Theudream of home and loue and life Of child and mother sweetheart ujife For these theu fiqht and kuqh al pain Jlnd blind ujith blood fiqht on aqciin To lend the uaaqtheq fiqht for me What selfless lendincj that ujould be o lend the iuau theu fiqht for me What glorious lendinq thai ujould be for euer uoith them as theu fiqht Flames out the qreaf white sujord of Kiqht Jlnd up aboue the burstinq shell The pall of smoke the id car s red hell It ujriles some messcaqe in the sku Th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 September 1918

rffl ir 1 tthi trios in Toxns WOMEN WAR WORKERS PROS LEMB HANDLED BY Y W 0 A Dallas Toms Sopt 10 Wnr Indus nnd fnctorlos making army supplies linvo bocomo established often without publicity Woman work on havo ontcrod thoso industries governmental nnd prlvnto to such nn ox tont cities linvo sprung up in their vicinities just ns tliey hnvo noar nrmy enmps Munition output factory product nnd nrmy ofllcloncy hung in tlio bnlnnco unJ til housing social nnd recreational prob1 loins of employed women wcro solved 3tnnngors of munition plants nnd Wnr Department officials linvo given credit for tliolr solution to tho Young Womens Christinn Asiocintion It provided n housing program for thn fnctorlcs nnd j established the Hostess Houses for tho Army Tor tho plnnts nrchltocts cnglnoers nnd production experts provided modern i machinery in properly llglitod heated i nnd cnlllntod buildings Cost of pro dnctlon accuracy of measurements nnd speed in turning out tho finished Tiro duct wcro desiderat...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 September 1918

M V 4 ni f la I 4 4 t > AiH < < t be no armistice Annexation of Belgium Annexation of the en tire Flanders coast including Calais Annexation of the Briey and Longwy basins and the Toul Belfort and Verdun regions eastward Restitution to Germany of all her Colonies including Kiaochow Great Britain must cede to Germany such naval bases and coaling stations as Germany designates Great Britain must give Gibraltar to Spain csde its war fleet to Germany give Egypt and the Suez Canal to Turkey Greece must bo reestablished under former King ConataHtine with frontiers as before the war Austria and Bulgaria will divide Serbia and Montenegro i Great Britain France and the United States mutt pay all of Germanys war cost the indemnity being a minimum of 45000000000 They must also agree to deliver raw materials i L immediately v foyfo France and Belgium must remain occupied at S S = ermaraj enn By Count Roon Germany is entitled to the following terms because of its strength and until they...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 September 1918

i At1 fife V xf kftf fa araws from diekotor op pot LIOITY AMERICAN RED CROSS Washington Sontcmbor 23 Tlio American fled Cross bns socurod two additional warehouses for tlio storago of supplies for American prisoners in Germany Tlio now warehouses aro at Copcnhngon Donmnrlt nml nt Ronons Switzerland In ench warehouse tlio IJJod Cross now is assembling food cloth lug comforts nml tobneco enough to maintain 5000 Americans for six months should that number bo captured Tho wnrohonso nt Rcnens Is supplcmcn tnry to tlio great warcliouscs nt Heme Switzerland From theso warehouses onch prisoner wcokly receives 20 pounds of food St Louis Soptombcr 21 Information Sbouses and waiting rooms will be erected at each big cantonment by tho Amcri enn Rod Cross for the concnionco of relatives visiting sick or convalescent soldiers Tho Red Cross also will furnish guides to relatives because of tlio difficulty of finding soldiers in the hospitals Rome September 23 Tho American Rod Cross has just taken c...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 September 1918

4 0 f l I X ly NEWTON D BAKER Secretary of War The supreme moments of our struggle with Germany have now come We have carried our first armies across three thousand miles of ocean and joined the issue of battle with the military power of a nation that has been for forty years preparing its plans and its weapons for its present attempt to dominate the world We have had to put forth an immense effort and spend a fabulous tF y Is Waichinc sum in order to make in so short a time an adequate beginning for our gigantic task But it is only our beginning We must follow it with greater energy and support it with increasing power Men munitions ships and supplies must go to Europe in a larger and larger stream We must redouble our blows and add constantly to the strength of those blows if our initial effort is not to be wasted YMs Means Tliat Our Fourth Liberty Loan Must Be Larger Than Its Predecessors More Enthusiastically Supported and More Quickly Than Ever Subscribedv The enemy is watching...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 September 1918

f c t i < rx i aomoi lonaionoi That plunging squadron of German Cavalry expecting to carryall before it in one mad rush learned to the full from a little body of American troops the meaning of the Presidents words ut + Auctioneers Wayside Texas Live Stock and General Farm Sales FREE POWERFREE WATER aociot With 100 Gallons per Minute XF YOU ABB PATBIOXIO WHY NOT BNBTALL A TWIN WBEBL WINDMILL AND TTJBN FBEE WIND AND WATEB fNTO VALUABLE WAB PRODUCTS SEE THE mttt m OPERATION AT MY FABM THBEB MILES BAST OF TTJLIA S J PAYNE 30EXOE aoooi Fore Force greater even than the military rulers of Germany can imagine the overwhelming irresistible force of a great free Nation aroused to fight for its Liberty and the Liberty of the World Force to the Utmost cTVIen by the Million Shot shell guns airplanes tanks ships anything and everything required to drive home the meaning of the 5 Presidents words to make plain to the authors of the war the fact that with such force of men and of spirit we must ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 September 1918

I k OY 59 H w THERE Paris August 5th The Americans covered themselves with glory The fighting is said to have been the bitterest of the whole war the Prussian Guards asking no quarter and being bayonetted or clubbed to death as they s tood by their machine guns This isnot ancient history or the story of some people you have never seen or know nothing of It is the record of our boys maybe your own boy Buy Liberty Bonds To You Very Utmost As a part of their effort to fight this war toji prompt and victorious conclusion this advertisement is endorsed and paid Tor by ADAMS McCREREY General Auctioneer Wayside Texas JL It is not a question of How much can I afford to lend to support these boys 14 The question is If I give up everything in life but the barest necessities will I even then be worthy of them At least lend as they fight fearlessly courageously Let nothing matter but victory sssones J5

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

n o o D o o D n o I wisher Countys Quota 5680000 RSAVWOSSTAMPS ISSUED BY THU UNITED CTATE3 GOVERNMENT you aro requested to sco Mr Smith 0 nt his ollico in tho court liouso jL0 IgfT o > take nt of your Volume 9 iJIK OR riOIITI SEtmETABY 2 tTII WILL OLADLY AID YOU tST il ir timt i ° vcrnmont work or flRht may lio bettor out tlio fiwlshor County Coun Dofcnso 1ms nrranged with E D ffi sccrotnry to tuko tlio names of K i ob rsons desiring work and nil tlioso j aro in ncoil of liolp If you aro t out of work or not engaged in an f puliation necessary to winning tlio your nnmo with n oxporienco qunlifi Jtfjf etc so that ho may nssist you obtaining tho desired emnloymont < yon arc in need of help or farm hands other labor essential to winning tho 1 plcaso lot Secretary Smith know fjints with kind of work you have jjrou will pay and othor Inform Jiossary to procuro you a Buit hyco rienso do not ask him J u n position in nonossontial n 2 ° finJ > ou nn craployco to j essential occup...

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

I i o m 3 lit Lend the way they have given these men whohaveenough to eat enough to wear a few dollars in their pockets and have devoted the balance of their earning power as a gift to th ir country t g Our Soldiers Have Given Here is your Liberty Loan quota your inspiration and your guide provided by these men who have given up income loved ones everything to fight for you BUY LIBERTY BONDS FARMERS MILL ELEVATOR CO J F TODD Barber ROCKWELL BROS CO A Ji Harris Mgr J P LINN Dry Goods Groceries They expect you to lend as they have given everything above living necessities to work strive sacrifice and save every moment of every day to ami victories tc5rlGii this advertisement is endorsed and paid for by As a part of their efforts to fiflht thin war to a prompt E E OVERLEY Real Estate COBB GRAIN CO John W Elliott Mgr FARMERS STATE BANK Guaranty Bank J F MOORE Hardware and Groceries ADKISSON MERC CO General Merchandise BASS BROTHERS Garage Machine Shop rA KRESS PHARMACY W A Kerr Prop HOT...

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

N r BflBBBBBBBBBflBBBHBBBflflBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBBII MEN ALL YOUR DRUG AND TOILET NEEDS ARE HERE Do You Need a New Safety Razor or Blades We Sell All Kinds An Oldfashioned Straight Razor Here is a Big Variety Also All Your Other Shaving Necessities SOAPS SHAVING STICK POWDEK CREAM SHAVING LOTION COLD CREAM TALCUM JJRUSIIKS MUGS STROPS AND STROPPERS ETC You will also be intercsltd in our display of SPONGES HRUSHES FOHM AmnAII OR HANDS COMBS ETC All displayed for your especial inspection this week at CRAWFOR Phone 39 1 + 4 1 hHM M Hero Is a message to suffering women from Mrs W T Irlce of Public ICy I suffered with painful Bbo wrllea I cot down with a weakness In ray bad ml lltubi felt helpless anil dla courag d 1 bad about given up hopes ut ever being well njaln when a friend Insisted I Take The Womans Tonic I began Cardul In a short WhUo I saw a marked difference I gfbw stronger right Along and It cured Etc I am stouter than I havo been In ycara If you nuTer you can appr olnio wha > i...

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

VK ft I l k pi 1 held s paper has enlisted c government in the of America for the < of the war icription SI > n Per Yrnr i red as vcotidclass mall matter I pwt oilier at TiillaTexis i TEXAS October 4 IMS ff courtesy of tho Dallas Morning News tho Herald print a glowing de 4HrPon ° t J > c drawing as performed Monday in Washington D C We be lltjvo nothing is of xnoro vital importance to our pcoplo than this saga eious drawing of soldiers for our Liber yitlonal leaders SARE TOrj TN THE WAR Jf I were asked to frame a slogan r this Liberty Loan Campaign I K Wjuld suggest that we ask onrsclves and other Aro yon la tho war I jEwwould not n k How much have vou jKubseribed for a person may sub rsribe a Hundred Thousand Dollars and still tfc a mere onlooker Unless our criptions tut clear through our lux i into our neccsities those sub tions have only a partial value buy guns and ammunition and win the war but they do not earn jr ns our selfrespect Ther leave our ouls untouched they...

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

mi i w if > LOCAL ANft PERSONAL J C Fryo loft Inst Saturday for a businoss trip to points in Kansas S Xutomobllo Pnnling iidTopBuildlng RIOHARDSy = I > LAINVIEW Tniss Coclirnn wns anion the number from Tulin who woro In Amnrillo Tnos < lny to see tho Oovornmont nlrplano Marlon Tucker wns away from Ills dutlos at Tucker Proiluco Compnnys storo tilts week on account of sickness Mrs a Wilhclm loft last Fridny for hor homo in Coryoll county aftor spending two months In Tulla viBitlng her daughter Mrs T B Wilson 8 R Isaacson of the Falrscx tho womnns specialty storo of Amnrillo wns in Tulla Tuesday on business A W Storncnbcrg wns in Amnrillo Tuesday to Inspect tho Government nlr plnnes which visited that city Mint dny 1Ccjit Salo llarryfiromcr who is ntlondlng Wny lnnd Baptist Collogo at Plalnvlow wns homo Sunday to visit his parents Mr and Mrs Prod Oromor Colos Hot Blnst llcalers mnko a big Tlryauf itrtn reduction conl bill see their advortlscmontf guarantee Mrs Wrfltor Doelmln...

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

1 < nr You may walk down the street in which there Tsiiqrdly a single house that has not been shelled by the Germans and yet you will see pasted on the wUs of therumed houses posters advertising the French War Loan An American visitor exclaimed to a French officer recently Do you expect to get money out of Rheims The officer raised his eyebrows Why not he said Ttyere are somevfour thousand people here Four thousand people out of a prewar population of say 120000 still live in that tragic and crucified town Four thousand civilians old men women and children still cling to the broken stones that once housed their peaceful lives still go clacking in their wNooden shoes through those ruined streets still maintain the shreds of business with the soldiersA who are practically their only customers Not even the thunders of continuous bombardment not even the crumbling of the roofs over their heads can shake them out of that habit of thrift which is the saving grace of France War has only...

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