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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 October 1918

< CW CANTRELL SHOWS IDS Th EVO jri r s4 4lk p BOTH require efficient tools td produce the best resultsNat the least cost The cry for economy in thexkitchen is met fairly and squarely by the remarkable fuplsaving efficiency and durability of CoIG S Blast Coles Hot Blast Raisge See it at Our jtore Can you wash yourN alls You have often Wished that you could remove spots and tains from your wall paper Perhaps the paper was almost new In that case the marks must rmain an eyesore cr you must go to the expense of repapering We can save you all such annoyances In place of this unsanitary wall piper we recommend that you use The Guaranteed Jo ur Finish It is an oil paintihat gives to walls a beautiful softwatcrcolopeffect If it becomes soiled wash it with soap and water Besidesbcina a thoroughly sanitary finish for your walls and ceilings Devoe Velour Finish also offers artistic possibilities that cannotbe obtained with wall paper Also it is more economical lasts longer than wall paper W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 October 1918

< > SOLDIER BOYS > I Camp Cootqtiodon Augiisk 20 IMS Dear mother OucfK j on think 1 did not going to nrHo any more but it in n mistnkc I received my fust letter j estcrdny sinco leaving Texas Got your letter of tho 701S mid 710 IS and believe mo T sure n gind to get them The bojs nil go wild over letters from tho Stales Think my mall will conic regular nowI for n while nnywav Will try and tell vou something about rnyenviromont Everything is ery beautiful for one who hns never hnd Am studying French and getting nlong fine Am still following the same work as I QjZiffSi ncre ttn < l getting pretty advantcd to wri Well X hnd better quit for this nd yon all write often Ask al uestlons you want to and Ill ai all I ran V weston a ime the iwer With Iove CANT FORD This Camp is about 30 miles Ticnoes S i pan look it rip XPESS ITEMS Mr W W Cobb hat just returned from Muinco where he has been at work for Mine time Miss Kthalyn Edwards has quite a number of pupils in her class in mus...

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

sti T H B j B B a i B B J p Swisher Countys Quota 5680000 WOMEN WORKERS MADE PERSHINGS VICTORY POSSIBLE Dotroll Mich Womon workors nro tloinj from fifty lo eighty por cont of tho work on shells fuses and troncli warfare pujixiUcs used by tlio American l Army If conditions hero nro whnt tliey o in England one cnr ngo Tlio version of mnchinory nnil plants ing niitomobllcs to munitions fae ries lins gouo on stendlly A govern mont survey would lO required to toll how many women aro now engaged In such work here nnd tho kind of work 3 joy nro doing In England women hno boon trained in nnroplnno innmifnaturo gun work and almost every branch of innihlno work Tho nvorngo rnto of woges for women on time rate working forty night hours per work had In 1917 been moro than doubled slneo tho beginning iof tho war Tho women liavo also undertaken tho honvicst kind of In tborors work oxenvntlng bricklnylng and carpentering Amcricnn women hnvo maintained a high rnto of production in tho factories nnd...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 October 1918

> Ml ft t > r Kv i Every acre of land that you farm grows more than the crops you harvest It grows actual dollars and cents which represent big guns and high explosives swords and rifles machine guns and bombs food and clothing every 1rriTrgtha1rour bravesoldiers and sailors A Liberty Bond is a loan to protect yourself to protect your home and your farm your wife and your children all that you value and hold dear all that makes your life worth living American boys are giving their lives in your cause on the fields of France 1 need to drive the brutal Hun back to Berlin and force him to his knees i Therefore every one of your acres is an arsenal which can turn out weap ons and supplies for our men if And only if You put as large a part as possioie o dollars you get for your crops into LIBERTY BONDS They are giving all for you and yours and they need help Have you done your full share How many guns and rifles and other supplies are your acres furnishing Think it over j the c Buy...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 October 1918

m H OAMP PUBLICITY OFFICE Camp Travis Texas Soptombor 20 1D18 No ensos of Bimnlsh Influonzn hnvo boon dlscovored In Camp Travla Toxas Influenza of n mild form lias boon notod In a foxv caBos during tlio past foxv montlis but in no instnuco has tlio in fluenza boon of tlio vlrulont typo now roportod provnlont In tlio Bnst Tills Oien the mine us Brigadier Ocnoral Oeorgo II Estes said in unking the nn nounrement because the lerinnns will gnin their knowledge of its qualities through bitter contact the new Eigh tecnth Dixislon now forming nt Camp Trixis is to be known ns the Cactus Division rollowing the inltliil rex ten of the embryonic dixislon by tho new com mnnder Siturdny September 21 the work of unifying tho various component pnrts and welding the whole into oxer seas shapo is progressing rapidly Saturdays rexiexv was but tho first step in the program of making this new ill vision the equ il of Its predecessor tho Ninetieth Division which is nlready taking part in the conflict acr...

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

i 4 isL if tti By SENATOR HENRY CABOT LODGE The war will bewon by men and ships by guns and airplanes To raise armies and supply them to build the navy and support it and to furnish ships and transport we must have money in large amounts The expenditures of the Government for the ensuing year are estimated at 24000000000 a sum which baffles the imagination to conceive That vast amount We are fighting to secure a just righteous and lasting peace For a complete peace we must have a complete victory It must not be a peace of bargain or negotiation No peace which satisfies Germany can ever satisfy us No peace that leaves Germany in a position to renew the war against us will be worth having It will be far from sufficient to gain all our objectson the Western front Belgium AlsaceLorraine Italia Irredenta The President with wisdom and foresight and great force expressed his determination to redeem Russia Russia LL GARAGE Satisfactory Service at AH Times must come onethird from taxes and t...

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

fo J fit ft W TO THOSE WHO HAVE BOYS OVER THERE ti You liavo nivoil thuni richly of your love your prayert your constant thought Vou have sent letters and packages b every mail l ou somehow feel that these will protect your boys Somewhere in France that somehow or other these constant explosions of yearning human infection will act as talismans protective charms But these are not enough Love cannot tpiench the jrun firc your prayers cannot halt the fumes of poison gas your letters over their hearts cannot stop the bayonet thrusts When the hell of battle birrts they must have more gun must mistyer guns gas masks r unt answer poison gas bayoneva must answer bayonets And j ms and gas masks anil bayonet cost money Thest are the things you must send over to save the lives of your own sons They need your love and your prayers But liberty Bonds arc an oven mightier protection than family ties Invest 111 all you can today MP WHAT BO YOU THINK I OUGHT TO DO riiousands of times this piestion ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 October 1918

fmr WMFi hi iff Mm Attack m Our men spring to such a command with a yell of satisfaction FIGHT AS THEY DO Attack the Hun with a force and recklessness that will sink fear in to his brutish heart Your weaponssacrifice saving Liberty Bonds The Boche fears these as he does a bayonet for deep down in his heart he knows that these things are already winning the war Lend as fearlessly as our boys fight Sacrifice self as they do and spring to the attack as readily Theres a thrill in being on the offensive th Liberty Bonds And Start Your Offensive Today As a part of their effort to fight this war to a prompt and victorious conclusion this advertisement is endorsed and paid for by f BEOHANTS AJfD BUSINESS MEN r TEXCHANGEGeneral Merchandise > Groceries JJER Restaurant lARAGE M M Wesley Owner r K F McRae Prop v WOOTEN ATHORNTONGenl Merchandise FIRSTjSTATE BANK E A Logan Cashier TOW END GRAIN CO W T Townsend HAPPY HOTEL Rates by Day Week or Month WM F MILLER Insurance and Real Estate HAPPY T...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 4 October 1918

W4 W NITROGLYCERINE FROM SU5 KITCHEN DRAIN PIPES sctsr1 wsaari titt < mmm pAP SOAP u bUUaS SjfrnwTGufitmMt ii m r tAii fee liPLO tCt otC I m > s ttt 100 75MM SaL1 I liMG IS CI S3AP OR ORm The Hotel Division of the Food Administration is calling tin attention of the Stale Hotel Chairmen to the waste of evens ithrough the kitchen drain pipe and the importance of conserving this grease for the manufacture of ntroglycorino and other explosives It is conservatively estimated that material enough to furnish the explosive power for at least 00000 seventyfive millimeter shells is going to waste in hotels and restaurant kitchen every day The same material in its existent shape would bring from four to ten cents per pound depending upon its condition and the locrJ demand The allies arc asking the American people to increase our glycerine production for the remainder of this year by 30 000000 pounds Tests were recently made in a large Chicpgo hotel after tv preparation and serving of 1 &...

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

i V Tot OoaunercUl ud Trade B BUckamlUilnc BATE H L Hhiler Prpp MX Ttw tUftng tyr Pi iMiiiiUny T S JOHBB BOeksmlth BIOB BABBBB IBOP Agent X H BIMPSOH County laA District Clerk W A GBAHAM County Attorney T AKDEBBOK m mmmmmmmm pzrzl of Our B 0 HONBYOUTX W S TOMUNBON County Judge J B HANEXNS Stockfirmer OLYMPIC THBATBB Motion Picture Ih t Educate aOBDON BABBBZT PMtor B pttt Church Lets Make It Oar Own MORALE will win the war Morale that spirit that makes men sing as they go grin at pain meet every duty cheerfully and fight like heroes Whether its driving a truck tending the old goulash wagon or fighting hand to hand in blood and mud our boys meet it with American morale the thing that will win the war No task too small no sacrifice too great that is the spirit of our boys make it your own Sacrifice with a song in your heart smile at discomfort fight waste and extravagance as you wouSd a Hun Lend cheerfully Morale will win the war Buy Liberty B V WVMHiaMPW a J BTJTH PMtor Christian Chur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 October 1918

4 ft i w i W pi fisher Countys QuotJ 5680000 WAR SAVINGS SIAMP3 tSSUEDDYTIIC IITEE STATES GOVERNMENT hJvT ask Volume 9 VLLY DAY SERVICE AT METHODIST CHURCH It will bo Rally Day at tlio Mothoaist iiireli Sunday October SOtli Every lOinbor of tlio Ffhool Is ctpcetod too prosont nnd bring Bomo ono else hen ovory ono who hns boon a momlior id ovoryono wlio ought tobo a mem and nil friends of tho school nro ost rordlnlly Invited to nttend A program entitled Enlist Tor Ser lco a patriotic Pageant will bo resented which will bo entertaining nd onjoynblo to nil Watch for a fuller account of this rogrnm In next weoks paper GREEN TOMATO PIE A green tomato pie may bo mado ns jllons Who a plo pan with pie rust plnco In It n lnycr of thinly ilicod groon tomatoes sprinklo with ragar cinnamon and u little flour re 3 1ng until the pan Is full Sprcid over tho top niako a few Btcam rt lu It and bake In a moderato n until tho tomatoes ato well done about 35 minutes A teaspoon of ttor or other fat dott...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 October 1918

Me Big Little Things That Count It was not big guns or tanks they wanted it was just a little ammunition They had been fighting all day They were outnumbered ten to one The ammunition was giving out Private Peat and 29 other fellows crawled back to the dump to fetch cartridges He alone of the heroes who went back survived The day was lost for the lack of a few cartridges A trag v Yes and it was not any big thing they needed just cartridges Ever thought that your subscription didnt matter made no difference A company wiped out for the want of a few cartridges and you say little things dont count But they do They dol BUY LIBERTY BONDS TO YOUR UTMOST THEYLL COUNT Asa part of their efforts to fight this war to a prompt and victorious conclusion this advertisement Is endorsed and paid for byE E OVERLEY Real Estate COBB GRAIN CO John W Elliott Mgr KRESS PHARMACY W A Kerr Prop FARMERS STATE BANK Guaranty Bank J F MOORE Hardware and Groceries HOTEL KRESS Crutch Skipworth Prop ADKISSON MERC ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 October 1918

i 9u 4 v1 fi it > 1 B M Every Home Needs a First Aid Cabinet You never know when illness or an accident may occur Uc prepared for Hie unexpected Salves Peroxide and Antiseptic Gauze Cotton Bandages for Culs Bruises IWirns Elc First Aid Medicn es for all ordinary ailments Let us show yon what is necessary In safejjuaril ajjainsl cnicrencies UCTTEK HE SAFTIIAN SORRY crawfrd pharmacy Phone 39 jRJtes Phone 39 IIIMIRHIRIBIBOBBBHaRBBBIlllBIIBBBIBIHS BQBBBBaaQBBBRBBBnntlH H < M 4 iH M + t T F BURKS dealer in Coal Grain and Feed Jilaclcsmith Coal Wagon Yard and Barn in connection PHONS 87 W R PAYNE Manager Lm m I < hH1HH Hm Hh s MBS ASLEE And Was RunDown Weak and Nervous Says Florida Lady Five Bottles of Caidui Wade Her Well Kathleen Fid Mrs Dall a Trlna or this placo Bays After tho birth of my lni > t chlMI gotvery much rundown and weakened eo much that I could hardly do anything at oil I was bo awfully norvous that I could Scarcely ondtiro tho leit noise My condition was getti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 October 1918

This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the Dcriod of the war THE TULIA HERALD ENOLEMAN OBRYAN Owners BARNETT 0 BRYAN Editor J 8 ENGLEMAN Publisher Subscription SI HO irr YMr Entered as pcnndclaM mall matter it til pist offlce at TtillaTexas TULIA TEXAS October 11 ISIS THE HONOR FI A9 The Honnr King System in tituted during the last Liberty Loan Campaign greatest percentage of subscription population The last scholastic census will bo used as the basis upon which to figure The honor of sending tanks into bat tle with the name of their County on the side should appeal to every citizen Spanish influenza is raging oer our nation So far as we have been able to learn from our Tulia doctors there are no easesnt present in Tulia But as soir auMiority has said it is no iaai j disease will break oils < ould urge our people to bo very careful and hygienie and obey every instruction of the medical authorities Quite a number from Tulia attended the services co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 October 1918

I V xw M LOCAL AND PERSONAL J F Oonnor was a business visitor In Flnlnvlow nlst Saturday Mrs Ira L Tucker accompanied by lior fnllior Mr D D Tcmplo loft Thurs ilny morning for El Paso Ldtus malto yon a Now Top Richards Auto Painting Plalnvlow Wo savo you 10 per cent by paying cash for prescription Tho ltoxall Casii Store J lc Sale coming Plenty of ready money to lend on Swisher Briscoe or Castro County farms Seo Western Itoalty Investment Company Tulln Texas It W White of Amnrlllo district malinger for tlio Southwestern Tologrnpli Telcpliono Company wns in Tulln the first of tills week In llio Interest of tho company Mrs 0 I Wofford of Plalnvlow returned homo Sundny nftor spending a few days in Tulln visiting nt tho home ofMr nnd Mrs A W Stornonborg J II Ward hns recently moved from Tulln to his fnrm in tho eastern portion of tho county Mr Ward is a true farmer nnd Is obeying tho wishos of his Government in raising sustenance for tho civilians nnd tho soldiers II D Mnllory ono of Sw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 October 1918

t THE BSOARGA1N IN THE WORLD Habit is strong Getting something for nothing or less than its market price is considered a great thing among we women But when we get our bargain home and sit gloating over it deep down in our hearts we know that in the final test a thing is worth just what we pav for it and no more We know that IN THE THINGS THAT COUNT THERE ARE NO BARGAINS They are worth so much today tomorrow and eternally and we must pay that price or go through life without them Have we gone to the bargain counter looking for Peace we women We want Peace we cry for it we pray for it we knit for it and can and preserve for it and roll bandages for it but are we willing to PAY for it the full market price J We Women Are t The Peace that you want and S want and every true woman m the world wants an only be had at a certain pries m men and m dollars Every F every aeroplane evarty ggssiflask very mn gun costs aeertaisi fixed sumL and tfoeiwil o these is the prise we mmet pay for Peace T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 October 1918

1 ae I i The Guaranteed i l rf > Cantrell Shows L Heres Vcsir Gpportxmty io Help v Save the Unsiicci GasS Supply Bake With Heat Now Lost Up the Chimney This remarkable range tal = s advantage of Natures law for heat to rise and thug the High Oven saves and bakes with the waste or chimney heat of the common type range Note that the two oven flues start at the place where the smoke flue is connected to the chimney on other ranges Why let half your fuel money fly up the chimney You can easily save 13 to 1 in fuel bills and do away with one of your heating stoves with the efficient W Olympic1 Barber Sliopi IS O O MITCHELL Proprietor J LAUNDRY AGEMPY Trompt Service and Courteous Trfalm Buj it over hero to win over there Tom Ross Jr celebrated his birth la > Thursday nt tlio homo of his par iitn Mr and Mrs T A Boss in East Tulln Those who enjoyed tho hospl tnlities of tho occasion woro Mr and Mrs liov ltoss and children Mr and Mrs 1 W Watts and son and Mr and Mrs Tom Ross lr Patroni...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 October 1918

vjms Have you e er fougnt the unseen Do you know the fear of it Our boys do But they grit their teeth remember their American uirtii and go forward iro yon anxious about meeting Liberty Boiid pay merits BUSY BBB CATS H Iu Staler Prop VARIETY BTOBB The I flaring Blow Mb it a nnimrwa pmgmaHn and Altering H JONED Blacksmith BIOS BAEBEB SHOP Laundry Agents M SIMPSON County tad District Clerk W A OBAITAM County Attorney B ANDEEBON v B O HOHEYOTJTT W B TOMLDfBON County Judge J E itANKTNB Btockrnnor OLYMPIC THEATBE Motion Pictures That BducaU CORDON BABBBTT Pastor Baptist Church H M Feel that you what the future store for yiou O J BOTH Pastor Christian Church WALTEBB rBBNGH Draymen L MULHALL Service Oar DR 0 W McTABUNO J B JOHHBTON Seal Estate Loan SB A E HAY DB W A MOEEOW r Man your duty is cleai Lend as our boys fight Fearlessly courageous V Willi Aa a cart o their of Ciclr effort to ifchr this war to a prompt ami victorious Conr1 o HOTEL TUUA Tor Commercial tad Home Trader McOTJHE Bladr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 October 1918

ri4 i I H E K hLDIERBOYS A L P Aug 7 1018 Hcndrix la Tom fnthor 2or bo long a time I will try to why I havo not writtoa sooner ho past two months or more 1 jon nil over Trance at tho front Jsrywliero olso I think Wo havo loving so much that all of tho imo was taken up in sleeping and g ready for nuothcr movo ulc tilings hnvo changed onough JOE vovor that 1 will ho nhlo to v regular than before at any ill try y to toll you of n fow things nod whllo wo wore up thero know how wo wont through ick was launchod ourly In tho Cll Mot n n > k m her Countys Quota 8680600 09 STAMPS U DY THI1 J = ulED STATES GOVERNMENT otjozr Volume 9 1 an tho infantry took tho od as reserves Aftor tho d taken tho Bocbos lines ci and wero advancing or oro trying to catch moro of hnd oscapod from their dug tved up to tho old Bocho dug o wo found their full equip cs rations nnd lots of nmuni of them hnd not oven touch ut had simply como out half Pd Scat them to it nnd took liko 6000 prisoners tho first ing tho...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 October 1918

t j h i 3 OF THE Wrl en by R Por on A To your country and ours you gave all you had to give a life young and buoyant offered when you had but just arrived at lifes fullest understanding and more than this no man can give But in the giving sir you gave as well the outpour of your stout young heart that all of us to whom you pass along the touch might offer prayer and carry on in better understanding of that ennobled cause for which no sacrifice shall be in vain Some of us are far behind the fighting lines of France todav For circumstance has made two battle lines and there must be therefore those gone to fight and others kept behind to carry on at home But as you say both lines bring chance for deeds well done and great investments too Little did you know Lieutenant Ely when you s BUY UNITED STATES GmE Y w m went to the post that day that your last letter to those proud parents you left back home contained a message not alone for them but simple and sincere for all your countrymen as...

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