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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 November 1918

I tlm f Why you should give twice as much as you ever gave before The need is for a sum 70 greater than ony since the world begun The Government has VMCA VWCA NATO CATHOLIC WAR COUNCILK of a JEWISH WELFARE DOARO WAR CAMP COMMUNITY 8BRVJCB AMERICAN L1DRARY ASSOCIATION gift ever tisked for fixed this sum ut 170500000 By giving to these seven organizations all at once the cost and effort of six additional campaigns is saved Unless Americans do give twice as much as ever before our soldiers and sailors may not enjoy during 1919 their 3600 Recreation Buildings 2500 Libraries supplying 5000000 books 1000 Miles of Movie Film 85 Hostess Houses 100 Leading Stage Stars 15000 Bigbrother Secretaries 2000 Athletic Directors Millions of dollars of home comforts When you give double you make siire that every fighter has the cheer and comforts of these seven organizations every step of the way from home to the front and back again You provide him with a church a theatre a cheerful home a store a sc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 November 1918

I t yo r T was in a hut at one of the training schools m France He was a noncommissioned officer He had been in France for eight months and now was back from the front as an nstructor He hadnt seen a girl of his own kjpd a girl like his sisters for weeks And there she stood behind the canteen coontei in this bigroomy comfortable hut He bought a bar of chocolate Then he drifted m i tn t jrTjp around the piano Present v ne vVcxk ocr to the canteen for a package of cigarettes He strolled to the reading table and leafed ovei a magazine Again he returned this time for a ca e of soap and some toothpaste For a moment the rush at the canteen was over He loitered at the counter and looked at the girL She smiled So did he Then be blurted out what trying to he had been say for 20 minutes Gee but its nice to see a girl like youf There are girls like that all over France in camps in towns in the big cities even at the front itsel They are serving the canteens running restaurants handing out hot ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 November 1918

If 4 ft fc Vi t 11J KrSXVIKGS STAMPS ISSUtDDYTIIR mited states ttvernment Well 1 am doing na well ns could bo expected Hnvo had n protty bml cold was out of commission for n fow days but am nblo to hit tho bnll again Wo aro doing our bit I suppose Wo the front Again other night Frits dropped us a isses and some of them catno too to bo comfortable Ono hit closo h to mo to almost cover mo nnd ink with dirt nnd rock nnd I snld oil Ill move so I did Wont Inn Qcrinun dugout and nm there v see But you dont mind them or you get who to them but Its a d job getting use to them cIt will soon bo over Im thinking nt believe It will Inst thrco months r i Qcrmnns are doing nil their lth mnchfno guns every ono most inelitno gun It seems Thoycnnt r boys with anything else nnd i them too v a fow lines for Jewell Dear am certainly proud of you wish Volume 9 OLDIERBOYS In Actlvo Service with tlio Ticnu Expeditionary Forco October 7fh 1018 ether Marvin Received foresting lcttor n fow days Tlth Hio lott...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 November 1918

gai i J Aj Kifatifetar > htt i > w4 flj uM ft < j Ah A billion 1o keep him equipped and only 170 million to keep him Bmiling Lets do h V r MMMMHMMtfb Ik I m

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

t a y YOUR 5000 gift means that one boy will have a whole years supply orall the good things that these seven recognized organizations can give him It will support his store his church his theatre hiSsSchool his library and his club X A UNITED WARWORK CAMPAIGN y phases of tho work in training bombers nnd aerial gunners Camera men strapped in tho rear seats of big Curtis training plnnes went up nnd innilo pictures of other planes doing ovolnllons such ns tnlo spins nose dives nnd loops Every nvlntinn field in tho country will bo represented in theso pictures when they nro released at ovor 100 theaters simultaneously Prom buying Liborty bonds to eating npples from squaring broken dates with angry nnd disappointed girls to exchanging library books from having shoes half soled watches repaired and hntB overcoatsnnd other plocos of wearing nppnrol redoomod from locnl stores the orrand sorvico established by the Army Y M O A of Ellngton Field during tho influenza qunrantlno furnishod plon...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 November 1918

V organ to w VJEXT time you hear anyone say N that there are too many welfare organizations ask him what part of Germany he cop s from We cant do iX mticiiibr our fighters Each organization is doing a pact of this great big job working together planning together pulling together Give all you can 1 Now all together 1 UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN Furthering this work this id paid for by TULIA BANK TRUST CO HES MAN BEHIND THE MAN BEHIND THE GUN Importance of Farmers Efforts to Nation in War Stated by Sccrotary of Agriculture in Appeal for Great Wheat Crop in 1019 t sortBDce yf the farmer in the 1 > nf Aoieri in resources I vnr woj er ivsA by W Serrctiv of Apriculturc mnWa weent appen t tie patriots mi tho tarns to g grnl tl n V ITEMS FROM THE PUBLICITY BUREAU AMERICAN BED CROSS Washington D C Nov 4 Tho American Red Cross has expended S30 000 In equipping curses nssigncd to duty abroad says a report just made public by the War Council of the The man behind the plow Pcpart American Rod Cr...

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

fc H 4 K tv r 1 0 L CATHOLIC VV48 OUHCILK tC k JttWIHI wEirAuu 1 jr v UOAUD Y J WAR C Vr V COMMlMT Close Harmonv Under Fire r HE men had finished supper and sat around in listless groups Even when a shell went zooming overhead they X showed no interest They were fed up on this war A little gray car chugged up the hill to their camp Two war work men stepped out carrying between them a curious long box What you got there asked the doughboys An organ Well can you beat ttujit wVve come to give you a little entertainment said one man All right You bet its all right answered a young officer This gang hasnt seen a soul from the outside world for weeks Go as far r as you like And they did They sang the new songs just over from Broadway In a minute the whole camp we s singing them Then they sang the verse of a good old closehirmony melody and the crowd roared the chorus j But havent you men got anybody who can sing asked one of the entertainers Thel response was immediate and overwhelming I ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 November 1918

MAJ GEN JOT w MaJ Qn John Diddle cormsncc f On American trooD In E > l d NUNS TOLD TO ASK GEN FGCH FOR TERMS CECISION OF VERSAILLES CONFERENCE IS TRANSMITTED TO GENERALISSIMO Washington Marshal Foch has the terms of armistice for Germany and awaits application for them by the German military command la the fieldThe The government at Berlin Is so Informed In a note which Secretary Lansing handed to Minister Suiter of Switzerland announcing that the allies have declared their willingness to make peace on the principles enunciated b President Wilson Publication of details of the armls tioo terms still is withheld Only the details are in doubt however and no one questions that acceptance means abject surrender The statement has been authorized that tho drastic conditions unde which Austria passed out of the war have been followed closely The statement of Premier CIcmenceau cabled from Paris told the story The terms he said arc what President Wilson himself recommended to us for the s...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 November 1918

i I B tr M What shall carry the open Off in another sector an advance will begin at dawn In the thick of it will bs these men perhaps of the Knights of Columbus or Y M C A perhaps the Jewish Welfare Board or Salvation Army Whatever uniform they wear the hot chocolate which they serve tastes just as warm and comforting The cigarettes they lignt and hand the wounded will be as good first aid UT in across the border of No Mans Landthe Soldiers vof Cheer are going tonight In their packs hey are carry ing the comforts which your fighter wants In of cheer ttieir hearts they are carrying a message and hope To the most advanced positions they are crawling with those little thin which loom up big jn France their bars of cnc late their cigarettes their rolls of cookies ar cans of fruitT Yes and sometimes letters from home r v Under the very eyes of German snipers they are crossing open fields dropping flat fo the ground as each fWe goes up then creeping further forward Soon they will reach th...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 November 1918

jC J e The tM > 3600 Recreation Buildings 1000 Miles of Movie Film 100 Leading Stage Stars 2000 Athletic Directors 2500 Libraries supplying 5000000 books 85 Hostess Houses 15000 Bigbrothur secretaries Millions of dollars of home comforts When you give double you make sure that every fighter has the cheer and comforts of these seven organizations every step of the way from home to the front and back You again provide him with a church a theatre a cheerful home a store a school a club and an athletic field and a knowledge that the folks back home are with him heart and soull You have loaned your money to supply their physical needs Now give to maintain the Morale that i3 winning the warl the Man behind the Gun million men are in France and two TWO girls are making munitions here at home For every fighter there is a woman worker We are giving our daughters jas well as our sons Englands women have formed this second line of defense So have the women of France Now American girls have ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 November 1918

I i II if f 2L ms VXR SAVINGS STAMPS issued Br th UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT X a Volume 9 JSTBBB Wdlok WILLINGLY rOH UNITED W W OAMPAION TInilor tho pildnnco of Judge W 8 Tomllnson 6ur worthy county judgo 0 chairman or tho United War Work apalgn our citizens havo labored tbfully and woll this wftok Proclnet Jrman havo boon appointed In overy > ool district Tho boys and girls islons And tho ladles eommittcos jqto dona equally as woll as tho men Pwishor Countys quota for this work a j000b0 By tho Government officials and by thoso In cliargo of tho campaign tho country hna been askod to excoed their quota by nt least 50 per cent Wo boliovo of a truth that Swishor County will moro than mnko hor 450000 for wo havo gono ovor tho top in overy call so far Up to Thursday nt noon Judgo TomllnBon reportod that 200000 had boon raised Thoro nro but throo moro days of tho campaign and from now 1 our energies shall bo devoted as our dent asked us boforo tho war onded jvoto them exclusively to war...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 November 1918

HBKHHHKHBMIlIiaRlSBHBHHIHBHHHHHKHHEHBBJHBialHHBlHBI M R O Q o D o Q o IOC < txao a ° c c3 > > o css s 5 a3 No 6298 Report of Condition ol THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Tulln In the State of Texas at the close of businc on November 1st 1918 RESOURCES X a Loan and discounts Including rediscounts except those shown on b and e 33922365 e Customers liability account of acceptances of this bank purchased or discounted by it 442212 Total loans 34364577 Deduct d Notes and bills redlscounted other than bank acceptances sold see Item 57a 6482500 27882077 2 Overdrafts secured f unsecured 8273 C U 8 Bonds other than Liberty Bonds but Including TJ 3 Certificates of indebtedness a U S bonds deposited to secure circulation par value 5000000 6000000 6 Liberty Loan Bonds Total 30E30E J ALBERT irUTOIUBON 20EXOE LIABILITIES SCCapital Stoek paid in 53 Enrplus funi j 26 a Undivided profits 14528S0 b Less current expenses interest and taxes paid 523963 30 Circulating notes outstanding 33 Net amoun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 November 1918

Gee rush at the canteen was over He loitered at the counter and looked at the girl She smiled So did he Then he blurted out what he had been trying to say for 20 minutes Gee but its nice to see a girl like you There are girls like that all over France in camps in towns in the big cities even at the front itself They are serving the canteens irl like you I was in a hut at one of the training schools IT France He was a noncommissioned officei He had been in France for eight months and now was back from the front as an > instructor He hadnt seen a girl of his own k > txt a girl like his sisters for weeks And there she stood behind the canteen coLntei ivj this bigroomy comfortable hut He ocmgbta bar of chocolate Then he drifted rr g > d jn j e piaro Pres r I < > o4k tr th1 canteen tor a package jf curettes He strolled to the reading tabie and lea ted ovei z magazine Again he returned this time for a c e of soap and some toothpaste For a moment the Why it s nice to see a y...

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

Tins paper has enli ted with the government in the cause of America for the oeriod of the war THE TULIA HERALD ENOLEMAN O BRYAN Owners BARNETT O BRYAN Editor J S ENOLEMAN Publisher Snborrtplinn SITO Irr Yrnr Entered is secndclass mall matter U the l > ost olllce at TullaTcia TULIA TEXAS November 15 1016 Ono of tii > ronton that enabled Judge R 0 Joiner to excuse the Grnng Jury until Monday November 25tb tho third week of district court was that thcro were no criminal cases pending no ono In jail awaiting the investigation of the Grand Jury This speaks well for the peaccfnlness of onr people ns well as for the transient one who pass through Swisher County It is nuthorltativclr stated that the Red Cross work will not stop on account of the cessation of hostilities In the Red Cross column Is a letter from Mr Simmons in refe ence thereto As the work is so vital equally Is St vital that Rood officers be elected Be sure to attend the annual meeting for the elettion of officers next ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 November 1918

AUTOMOBILE PAINTING I A LOCAL AND PERSONAL Avoid clijlly rooms In llio morning by using Colos Hot Blast Hcntors Thoy provont colds and slcknoss Dont cull It charity Its duo tho boys Glvo to llio United Wnr Work Campaign Lot us mnko you n Now Top Richards Auto Pnlntlng Plnlnvlow If I wero ovor tlioro Think of that nnd glvo to llio United Wnr Work Campaign Spoiled baking materials cost money A Colas Hot Blast Rnngo soon 10 turns you Its cost In food nnd fuel snvod Koop tlio homoflros burning ovor thorc Olvo to tlio United Wnr Work Campaign Your monoy Is protection for our 4 000000 fighting boys nnd girK I buy Liberty Bonds of nil issues Vendors Lion notes nnd mnko loans on farm nnd rnnchos at six pel cent lntorcst with two per cont discount W W KJRK Room 2 Third Nntionnl Bank Building Plnlnvlow Toxnr 45 Your Contribution to tlio United War Work CnmpaJgn BuppHcs tho comforts nnd Influences of Homo to tho Boys over there Friends have you rccolved n label from your soldier boy for tho sh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 November 1918

Ct TVHE welfare and comfort of our soldiers and sailors and the proper assistance of morale are the prime factors tn winning a war and I heartily approve of the unification which has brought the seven recognized war relief organizations into one great unit to ale care of the task 1 predict a great success for the United War Work Campaign in November and a better and more prosperous future for the Republic and a strenthemngj of us ideals inconsequence of its unification Secretary Daniels UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN rnrthcrtag this work this ad paid for by COOPER MERCANTILE CO KRESS ITEMS Peaeel Peaeel Peaeel is all the talk In Kress this week and vre are all glad to hare such a subject to talk about In fact it seems as if it has helped everyone and even the fin Monday morning about 530 Mr Dean our telephone operator received the news of Peace He began firing a gun which of course aroused every one Mrs Meyer began to ring the ehurch bell Everyone at first thought thero was a fire but the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 November 1918

> or OUT OF SEASON GOOD SEASON or BAD SEASON HOT or COLD WET or DRY we are here to serve you right And every sale we make regardless of season from the smallest to the largest is backed up by our UNQUALIFIED GUARANTEE of ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION GOODS SEASONABLE PRICES REASONABLE The Tulia Grocery Co 4t avn an sansiA avotixi snrx r TIIIS FELLOW EMPLOYED ME IL D MALLOI1Y GENERAL AUCTIONEER Tulla Tciaa Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applltatt th dlseaietl portion only on wp > to cui and that la hy a c Catarrhal V nfruu i tlamcd condition or i the Euitnclitan Tub Indam d > ou have u rumbUiifr sound or tin perfect henrJnc and nh i n entirely clcied Dittfitcai it th r suit tnlfis tlio tnflammatlun can In i lund and this tube rntored to Its normnl condition lunrlnp will be deatrojrd foroir Many ca n of dfafntis aro cauil by catarrh which Is an inflamed condition or th ntucoui but facet Hall Catarrh Mtdiclm acta thru tho blood on tho mucous hurCnccf of tho system We will...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 November 1918

X S t Ttr ° in 9 Bo > t refer Te j a Of Vital > Says the President has expressed what is In every THE heart As a nation we are united in the winning of this war As a nation we stand behind our fighters eager and prepared to do for them whatever will hasten victory and make the fighters task a little lighter As individuals there is little we can do Asa nation we can work wonders through the seven organizations authorized and recognized by the Government They come to you not as Catholics nor as Jews nor as Protestants not as the representatives of any creedor enterprise but as Americans to ask that you join in this great united undertaking for God and country and our fighters The President has voiced his belief that this spirit of unity will be crowned with abundant success He believes it because he knows this campaign is pf vital military value and he knows that you will leave nothing undone to win this war V i > r tallo Miti tlot j til M fc Btlon Ji S 7 Value 1 inChief It ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 November 1918

hr i I It n fa v 3 1 CSS SAVINGS STAMPS UED > x 2 S3 > r Volume 9 l J HIL iBHIND YOTTt LIBERTY BONDS By Frank Parky Stockbrldgo rd on tlio heels of tlio Fourth Lib oan comes tlio appeal of tho or by < 6rgnnliations engaged In rollcf ng our soldiers and sailors for rj a li which to carry on their es n k for another year Tho J asked is a hugo one 170500 moro monoy tliftn has ovor boon as a gift of tho pcoplo of any j < in n slnglo appeal 70500000 r i tho Ited Cross asked last from ood American wants to re 0 appeal of tlio United War q unpnign just ns nil good Amerl nght Liberty Bonds Thoro nro less many howovor who feel they have dono their Bhnro in sub < r to tho limit of their ability successive Government loans individuals fall to re cognlzo tho cnco botweon Investing their nt nnd in somo ensos thoir futuro us n tho soundest of all intorost lurltles with tho most nbso i nty of getting their money id In giving dollnrs for which possible roturn to tho Individ or is tho...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 November 1918

I jjid one of come ese A DUSTY courier slid off his motorcycle at the big double hut in a French town and tramped up to the canteen Get a note for the secretary from my commanding officer he said T e handed a piece of paper across the counter to a smiling c iddlo ed man This is the note the Secretary read We landed here three days ago miles from anywhere Cn you send ts some supplies especially writing > paper 77v c s the first chance the boys have had to write home and we hsvc nc paper to give them < The older mn looked up and grinned Got you away off in the woods have they Why you should give twice as much as you ever gave before The need is for a sum of 70 < t greater than any gift ever asked for slnco the woild txgn The Government has fixed this sum at 170500Odd By giviig to these teven organizations all at once the coat and effort of six ad ditional campaigns is saved Unites Americans do give twice as much as ever before our soldiers and sailors may not enjoy during 191...

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