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

Il > p I it iseyen pounds of fRUIT PITS TO SAVE SOLDIERS TROM GAS Nationwide Campaign Deaun to Save Pits for Making Carbon to do Into Cos Masks Its Up to the Housewife This Time Invoking tho snmo pntrlotlc spirit of con erviition that Bnvod lullllons of bushels of wliciil and Inuncnso quuntltloB of meat augur nnd fat for oxport to our army nnd tho allies the Kooil Administration Is calling upon Its organizations NSfi WSH throughout tho country KW > Mn to stimulate saving of fruit pits and nut shells from which will bo made a high grade of carbon for gas mnstta that will withstand tho ravages of German poison gas Federal Food Administrators In all States bavo boon askod to far facytl campalgni of the Tied Cross bolH acting as collecting ngents aad forwarding tho necessary materials to points of utilization County Food Administrators will bo useful In outlying territory to line up householders canncrs hotel and restaurant men and members of fraternal nnd so cial organizations th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 October 1918

4v > f t < > m W I pJHREE MILLION MEN half of them in I I France many more in training dJ > But is this all their fight It takes ten men at work to keep one fighting man at the front It takes millions of dollars iust to keep this army fed It costs thousands of dollars every time one battery of big guns lays down a barrage Is it any wonder then that the United States is spending at the rate of fifty millions of dollars a day in war and war plans And with that grand total as the interest on a far vaster principal which must support this colossal cost or all this task will have been in vain whose fight do you think this is The mans in the trench The fellows on the supply train The chaps on the gunners deck No it is yours It r your fight Mr Banker yours Mr Manufacturer yours Mr Merchant yours Mr Mechanic yours Mr Worker yours Mr Farmer This fight is r < its Whose Fi BUY UNITED STATES GOVER OP THE FOURTH LIB Written Ly L R Prioni IJfiSJiiXSiV u f Jl TUCKER PRODUCE CO Groce...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 October 1918

i y r iffifiifi THE INSIDE STORY OF WHY SUGAR IS SCARCE U S Food Administration Explains Facts With Regard to Rescrvo aft Stock Geographical Complications In Sugar Distribution Pros 5g pects for 191810 Sugar Crops and the Shipping Situation Lv t OUR RESERVE STOCK Our sugar comes to ua In dotlntto seasonal cycles Tho cano augnr o Cuba Hawaii lorto Illco Philippines and other minor sources Is exported to this country In tho period from January to October Although theio Is somo available oven as lato as Docomber tho amount Is rclntlvoly small From October to January wo depend chiefly on our own domestic hoot nnd cano crops but It la not until November that tho beet sugar Is nvnllablo In tho oastorn part of the country To brldgo tho gap between tho end of thr arrivals of cuno miKiir from outBldo of tho country nnd tho arrivals of beet BUgar from tho Western States wo depend normally on our roflners reson supply of cano BUgar of nonio 300000 tons Since our shortago tltirlns tin latter pa...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 October 1918

1 fc > 4 wm > ARE YOU GOING TO SAY TO THE KID LIBERTY BONDS TO THE LIMIT AND THEN SOME Jimmy Allbright is a fifteenyearold bugler in Uncle Sams Marines Jimmy was at Chateau Thierry with the boys M The little beggar threw away his bugle seized a bayonet and went after Germans Re stuck one too and the blade broke in the Boche What did Jimmy do 3tood and howled with tears running down his face because he couldnt stick any more Huns What are you going to say to the kid Cant afford it or are you going to buy J P As a part of their efforts to bring this war to a prompt nnd victorious conclusion this advertisement Is endorsed and patd for bf UAPFT MEBOHAWTS AND BOfllNESS MEK FARMERS EXCHANGEGeneral Merchandise H JAMES Groceries J M MILLER Restaurant WESLEY GARAGE M M Wesley Owner CASH GROCERY K F McRae Prop WOOTEN THORNTON Genl Merchandise FIRST STATE BANK E A Logan Cashier TOWNSEND GRAIN CO W T Townsend HAPPY HOTEL Rates by Day Week or Month WJM > F MILLER Insurance and Real Esta...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 October 1918

FOR STRONG BRAVE MEN ONLY II jou are a mother or a wlfo please do not road this There la no crlalo stern enough to justify the hunowng of womens souls This iirtlclo is addressed to Aieiican men In the confident belief thr it will accomplish the cud for wh > cli It lias been propired you over fton nn old sudluced woman sitting by the roadside HAVE out palsied hands for pennies with which to buy seiaps of food llae jou over thought thnt she Is somebodys mother That tuo onco held a swedt baby to her breast and tho world looked like heaven to ho Have > ou cer thought of the years she spent taking care of that baby ond of her oliei babl03 guarding them dPiiylng heiselt V ng of her ptrcngth aud comfort that they might grow Into strong capable men and nomtal This Is the History of Millions of Mothers Not all of whom tit by tho roadside with palsied hands but millions of whom sit with palsied hearts and unspeakably sad ejes by firesides ou vineveiled vorandos or In darkened rooms wait...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 11 October 1918

WA TUT < E Paris August 5th The Americans covered themselves with glory The ftghi ing 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 stood by their machine guns This is nor ancient history or the story of some people you have never seen or know of It the record of vnothing is our boys maybe your own boy It is not a question of How much can I afford to lend to support these boys The question is If I give up everything n lifebutthe baresLnecessities will I even then be worthy of them i At least lend as they fight fearlessly courageously Let nothing matter but victory uy Liberty Bonds To Your I V Very Utmost As a part of their effort to fight this war to a prompt and victorious conclusion this advertisement is endorsed and paid for by ADAMS McCREREY General Auctioneers 1 Wayside Texas hi Mll ii > Vare I rf

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 18 October 1918

it 17 So poddlet laitUf F tfaelr tfaelrT tho d that from I buyliiR that the b supply vvhlk onterlug the wsxxwasswivs ISSUED BY THE UNITED STATES COVERNAIENT + + + s MMS orv to hopet hopetV end f numd tbftt Volume 9 PTPONEMENT OF ANNUAL BED jDBOSSrOHAPTEP ELECTIONS Mr Goorgo W Simmons of St Louis Mo manager of Southwestern Division of thoAmorlcau lied Cross litis issued Jio following lcttor dated Octobor lSlli 018 Tho Herald willingly prints the otter To all Clmptors Bccnuso of tho In muonra epidemic provalont throughout tills Division Chapters nro horcby dl recteil to postpone tho Chapter elections scheduled for October 23 Unless you nro further advised to tho contrary before November 11 theso Chapter elections will bo held Wodnoa clay Novmbor 27 If notices of election to bo held on October 21 havo already been published please publish cancellation explaining In words to this otfoct Tho Hod Cross tnkes this action in cooperation with tho Health Authorities to avoid calling cltlrons ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 18 October 1918

< 4 pint vinegar K 1 1 i h iy liiOl < 1 lfri rr fiuct OtpLTd red nt r c PICKLE NOW APrETIZKKS fair substitute for sugar Brown sugar TOR TK18 WINTERS USE f < tiannll liked even hotter thnn white Piccalilli or Qrccn Tomato Relish JlMlthM Plrttes or Chowehow Will Dive < g < een tomatoes in making Hie mcnl an ii > p < > 1 i one TV following reupes ure iff r red for the benefit of tboc who bno an abundance of green tomatoes from gnrden ttie spice utsr and two qnarta of nccar taf tlcn boil for minute roiiTiting forn the time they begin to bubble Put in iars which have bean thoroughly scalded in hot water and seal One peek of tomatoes should make between three and fonr quarts of piek les If smaller amounts are desired use 2 pounds tomatoes 1 onion 1t pound 12 oumc salt f tablespoon OSS FAMILY REME011 ainS Docicds ftata called iato Bsrstee in perfeeik McCune Drug Co 1 IT to cover this nndV iile cne sty hsve tiistingcijihod schiove riieuW Oce enother is exctilfcg in s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 18 October 1918

1 y m Rexall Catarrh Spray Improved H H B El Ela c Imperial Barber Shop E L BIOS Proprietor Barbers and Laundry Agents West Side of Square Phone 184 rBESBYTERIAN LADIES SOCIETY Tho Ladles MissTonnry Socioty of tho Prcshytorinu church mot Wednesday afternoon nt tho country homo of Mrs T T Crawford A vory interesting study was discussed ou Alaska Jotir visitors woro prosont Mrs Wright of Virginia MrB McSpaddan Miss Kuby McSpaddan nnd Itov Prico After the losson and business session Mrs Crawford nsBistod by Mrs Clnrk soryod delleious refreshments v REPORTER An Idea Antiseptic and Spray and Atomizer complete 125 Watch tor big ad on 1c Sale ra Wford pharmacy Phone 39 aasw a Phone 39 BUHHHBHBaHUHHtaBHHaataHHiaiaHHtaHaHiannBnEiiHnaEraaaBaiaun tanHHranunaa M < M ii tW l > > t H t T F BURKS y dealer in Coal Grain and Feed Blacksmith Coal Wagon Yard and Barn in connection FHOHB 17 MHIH HM Keep Well age E75 Do not allow the poisons 0 undigested food to accumulate in your bowels where ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 18 October 1918

e This pacer his erupted With the ovoin oi 11 he cau ci A oiv a ihc tHncui of ilv v r i Trik i ULiA HLRALD BKGLbMAI 4 o JcJKYAN BAUNcri o j t J S ENGlEftL1 r Mill rf i i the jM it r i i u > TULtA TEXAS October IS IMS KEEP WELL HOW TO AVOID INFLUENZA AND OTHER SICKNESS Rule lor Those at Wort Walk to work if possible Avoid the person who eoughts or SUMXOS Wash yonr hands before eating Make full use of all available sunshine Do not use a common towel It spreads disease Should yon cough or sneeze cover nose and mouth witb a handkerchief Keeji out of crowded places Walk in the open nir rather than go to crowd od places of amusement Sleep is necessary for wellbeing avoid overexertion Eat good clean foodKeep Keep away from houses where there arc cases ofinfluonza If sick no matter how slightly see physician If you have had infleunra stay in bed until your doctor says you can safely get up Rules for Those at Home Keep out of the sickroom unless attendance is necessary Do not handle artic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 18 October 1918

fel LOCAL AM PERSONAL Mts Wright of Virginia In in Tulin viilLinff Iter brothor Mr T A Orny Let us wnkity nu n Now Top Richards Auto IniiitW Plnluvlow Jmigo w n irni ini r n vv ford Tallinn IWnln id ij inoiiini fiom Kansas Oitv nil tin hn > l In i n with n lonil of i it He If you Mint tbo vVy latest n it Jn lio rnngo wurjiot got a Colos tut BliiBl Raiigo Till regular Oi tuber term of the Coin mlsslonem Court of Swisher i nuutv was held ironlav with Judge W h Toinllnsoii presiding anil CoiiiiniHiunor ° V W Caudle of Kross Coinmisxionir S J Augsptirgcr of Vigo Park Commissioners J I llnnltm ami it I Sttftrigor serving in their capacities 6 0 Cownn anil J L Mills word vUltnrs in Happy WcitnoBduy nftornoon 11 N Allium of tlio firm of Adams MoCreroy wfjo nwnko nuctloiicors of JvVnyaWe wns n Inmlueis visitor in Tulla Woduosdny t Tudgo L 8 Kinder nnd Jack Waller jlnil Mnster Burt Halo of Plalnvlow wore in Tulin Wednesday on routo lioiiie from Amnrillo OE30E D n o 30E30E Dr 1 W Melnrlln...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 18 October 1918

Because of my partner Mr F H Childress being called into the United States Army Service we are compelled to close out a part of our farm business and will sell at Public Auction on the T J Storts farm two miles South and one mile West of the Southwest corner of Tulia on tentials necessary or winter egg pro duction while in the ease of the latter foine important faetor is neglected Eight essentials are necessary according to poultry specialists of the United States Department of Agriculture in ccuring winter eggs They are 1 ruitnblc stock 2 comfortable quarters 3 kind treatment 4 regular attention 5 abundant water C wholesome food 7 liberal rations 8 congenial exercise Due considerations to each of these essentials will bring buccees but if the results in ggs arc poor far below the moderate standard of S dozen eggs per hen in the firet six months of laying that fact is proof that the requirements hare not all been fully met Suitable Stock Pullets that have been seasonably hatched wel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 18 October 1918

i SUV CL Cmtfdl Shows I Stop aHd Waste Coal is half gas half your fu l money flies up th chin v with other rnTes csve thfc a u plo gas hultof the fuel nnd turn it Iio heat for baking and cooking with pastel I iur luiViv ex of pnstliij rjeore Coles FueBSavins Hast rafts An Exclusito Feature Study the picture note the fuel saving drafts in action they pay big cash dividends in fuel saved over other ranges If real fuel economy looks good to you own a tr Uuy youf nrug n from McCuno Drug Co andbuy iWnr Savings Stamps with tho dllToronco in tho price you would pay Jjlsiftvhorp Z CJF SJOGREN UCTI N E E R Kress Texas Farm Sales a Specialty Phono or wilto mo for Dates RED CROSS dTONE UOOT AMD CUC1IU COMPOUND Of unoxcellpd value for tho treatment of kidnoy diEeaspo Inlni in tlio back nnd burmnijWnsaUons nro symptoms of kidnoy tables which nro quickly overconipyby fcao of thin remedy This nnd mprb that ono hundred other Hed Croajr Keaiodlta sold and ijuarnnteed only by McOUNE DRUG CO ftp IIMH ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 18 October 1918

J ll I DOC o D o D o n o t o a o D o H o n o a o n o n o A O D o lOcaoE lonoc aocaoionaoc aocaoc aonaoi 30E30E I aOEXOE In Amarillo Texas aocaoM aocaoo n o The Jones Dry Goods Co are quitting business and the entire stock including fixtures will be closed out Come to Amarillo and lay in your supply of Fall and Winter Goods This Big Sale Commences Friday Oct 25th 30E30E CENTENAEY DAY IN THE N W CONFERENCE OF M E CHUECH Ou < > of the moat interesting features of Northwest Texas Conference of the MctholiKt Episcopal Chnrh South wiieh connnes October 23rd at Lub botk Texas Day wlmti 30ESOE 30E30J0E30E Continues until entire stock is sold 6th Polk St Amarillo Texas S0E30E 30E Cannon will be one of the principal j of Methodists who will acknowledge speakers A leading layman will dis1 their stewardship by the payment of cuss Can We Put It Over and aNhetitbe stcrioption lecture will show the needs During the next five years of the nt he mission fields j Centenary celebration there wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 25 October 1918

m t or el ShisIi at Ic heree Th tere hal halI flit Coi Adi L > you lu t nppe tho liolli ty i Octo 21st and si Oil OilHe duo rr c ited 1 Witn > WSS WARSMTNOSSTAMPS issued dy tub UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT 25000000 PERSONS SUB SOIIIBE TO LOAN I Task of Ascertaining Exact Figures on Hugo Loan will Take Sovcral Days Washington Oct 20 Probably 25 000000 or inoro individuals Hought bonds of tlio fourth Liberty Loan unofficial reports reaching Washington to clay indicated Because a largo pro portion of those flleil rholr subscriptions during tlio last few ilays of tlio campaign it will lion task of many I lys tocpunt tlio numher of pledges enllro l > Vjj4aV > tXrom tlio Coaiahalfj ah flies up thi i t a vnl r woro confi T V WftVM5lU had fue aniU4f ilanx Pptl COCnextThnrsday to tabulate tlieir uaiueriptUus nnd tlio r Treasury officials said it mtiyrba two WHERE THEY LOVE THE FAT MAN Joffefy of Berkeley Heights N J now a Y M O A wnr work secretary in Hnglnnd but it certainly is not ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 25 October 1918

Srfr BB BB m m B B B R B B B B B B B B B B B B flB flB B B B B B B B B B B B 8R 8S B < CIB B B E 1 jrf rnr io socio CENTBiUJS CheP B t7 C01i FadTrhltea roaz s juice of two lemo f L JS Tee onoa have nhr of the best freckle andy j and complexion beaotlSer Jery small cost Yoi grocer has the Jemons and any 1 drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orchard white for a few cents Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into the face neck arms and hands each day and see how freckles and blemishes disappear and how clear oft and white the skin becomes Yes I It Is harmless 87 LADIES COATS On lot of Ladii 1 ih Baby Lamb etc reenlnr SSC00 values to go at 2450 Silk Mush lHir Trimmed 3375 value for 2085 811k rinOi Fur Trimmed 3000 valuo for 2250 Silk riuih Fnr Trimmed 2650 value for S1950 Vohct Fur Trimmed 2050 valuo for 1050 Vehet Jnr Trimmed S2450 valuo for 1800 Silk WUM Cordnroy2250 valuo for 1800 All V ool elonr Fur Trimmed 3000 value for 2350 All Wool Velour Fnr Trimmed 2000...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 25 October 1918

TT c n o a to CO COO > < Q < a HM T F BURKS dealer in Great Oven improvement For 25 years women have laboriously watched and turned the oaking due to the 100200 degrees difference in temperature between the four corners of the baking oven Now Gomes iha Modern Coles FreshAir Oven An ExcSusive Feature It circulates the heat four corners of oven vary only a few degrees It makes perfect baking easy no more turning of pans with the big fuel saving No < a X Coal Grain and Feed Blacksmith Coal Wagon Yard and Barn in connection I t pqoNI 17 w R PAYNE Manager I 8tnto of Ohio City o Tolcilo Iucno County es rronl J Cheney mn cs onth that he la senior partner of tho firm of F J Cheney A Co doing business In tho City of Toledo County ond Stuto nforcBald nnd that paid firm will > ny tho sum of OND HUNDHUD DOLLARS for cm hand every caso of Colnrrlithnt cannot w cured uytheuso or HALLS CATAltrtlt medicine frakkj CI1ENCV Sworn to before ma Vncl substrlbcd ln my pre f noc this Cth vy o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 25 October 1918

Is 4k ENQLEMAN OBEYAN Owners BARNETT OBRYAN Elltor J S ENOLEMAN Publisher I AGRoE TO vY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Risking tbeir lives well within the I shell zone hehind the American tinea I in Franco Mrs Adjutant Hnnunonil Lieutenant Lulu Lawyer nnd Envoy EJectra Paulino Swartz Salvation Anny workers assisted by a detail of soldiers daily fry dou hnuta from early morning until late at night On more than lone occasion they have been driven from I tbeir digout while the place roeked under the hammering of the enemys THE TULIA HERA LD bi gun but despite shrieking shells I overhead those intrepid workers refuse to quit their labors in behalf of the j American soldiers This nens is just received by the Cnited War work Campaign Committee Subucrlntlou SI50 lor Vcnr wtb he njinB overhcad almost Ensi tBde Summon and Entered trrn4clM mail pwur it tio i j t onv at Till is Texan TULIA TEXAS October THE OITY BEAUTIFUL Ensign Viola Williams are constantly engaged in rolling cutting and drying 1015 I do...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 25 October 1918

> b o n o D o LOCAL AND PERSONAL lc SALE COMINO SOON BE HEADY Charley Mitchell of Hnppy was a visitor In Tulla Wednesday Judgo Vt Hondrix returned Tuesday mnrnhtg from Dallas whoro lio has boon for a few days looking after legal business or SalcGoodVinnJrfe bundles at 10 cents j > or butullo If ywen from my farm nt once C SI DRTVl l Tulla inlp During Uio past week yo editor wan n business In Kress nnd Happy The plondld rains which fell in thoso oition and on tlio neighboring farms was in tlocd a blessing Tlio Herald osteoma it a prlvllgo to represent snch progres alvo citizens ns reside in tlioxo cities Itivscll Bruce Who liaa been spending Sovornl days at homo with hi pur Onjs Dr and Mrs G It lltuco rctrimod the first of tho woek 16 rosumo his studios In tlio West Tox ns Stfito Normal College at Oanyoii 71is friends will bo glad to loam that ho has improved from nu attack of Spanish Influenza MONEY TO DCNDnt 0 per cent interest Two per srnt discount Will nlso buy first Ichi s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 25 October 1918

O D o D o D o IOC ano 30E30E 30E30E loraoiocaoE 30E30E RAUY AROUND jTSj nn s pnvsr rOUafeWt 30EJOE 30SOI J ALBERT HUTCHISON 30E30E n lonoiaoi 30 = 101 30E30E X aono TELEPHONE NO 165 30I m GET 5QUARE WITH UNC to savc the world from German slavery it seems small This is a tiuo when every true American should not stop to count the cost Houses and lands have I none nil my savings have been invested in Liberty Bonds and it is a great joy to mo to know that I can serve in this great Army of Liberty SENIOR EPWORTH LEAOUE Program for Sunday October 27 1015 Leader Venus Brown Hymn No 207 Apostle Crcod lrnver concluding with the Lords Pro er Il jinn No 211 Talk by Leader 1 King 93 Zera Bruce Genesis 127i Law Sono 1 Timothy 313 Milton Wilson Genesis 2S22 linvinond Wilson 1 King S18 Liliio Jordan 2 Corinthians 25 Oj Herron Hngood Gods plan and purpose Bcatrico Goss Tho House of God Loin Porter field What it meani to build a house of Worship Clarn Ueltschey A mans greatest work and highest honor...

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