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

ti W pi1 > K itf > um V K i Sl > v Why You Should Give Twiceas Much as You Ever Gave Beforel The n d la lor a sum 701 greater than any gift ever asked for since the workl began The Govern roent hua flaed this aum at 170300000 By giving to those aevon organizations all at once the coat and effort of six additional campaigns is saved Unless tnericana do give wicitos much as over beforu our soldiers and sailors may not enjoy daring 1914 th ir 3600 Recitation Buildings 1000 Milesof Movie Film IOC L ailing Stage Stars 2030 Athletic Directors 2500 Libraries supplying 5000000 books 85 Hostess Houses 15000 Bigbrother secretaries Millions of dollar of homo comforts When you givo double you make Euro that every fighter has tbo cheer and comforts of tliesu seven organizations every step of tho way from home to tho front and back again You provldo him with a church n theatre a cheerful home a storo n school a club and an athletic field and n knowledge that the folks back homo aru with ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 November 1918

I rr < Why you should give twice as much as you ever gave before The need Is for a sum 70 o greater than any gift ever asked for since the world began The Government has fixed this sum at 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 1000 Miles of Movie Film 100 Leading Stage Stars 2000 Athletic Directors 2500 Libraries supplying 5000000 books 85 Hostess Houses 15000 Bigbrother 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 again You 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 hirn heart and soul You have loan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 November 1918

m ml mm m A W M y RSAYWOS STAMPS ISSUED DY THR UNITED STATES COVERNAVENT jW HERALD TIIOTJBLEB AND IIOW PULLED THROUGH rrald hns really and truly had of troubles Oils wook but o for your criticism ciroum nHorod of course is rot began when our tpo oporator Miss War fWturday for a visit to her old Missouri 6n Bundny afternoon tlio editor Mr OTlrynn took sick and is still In bed and out of commission in hi editorial tho offlco work until on Wodncs trs Englcmnn nlso was confined r bed leaving tho work to J S man nnd dnughtor Mabol Clalr > tho asslstanco of Mrs Harvo Campbell sistor of Mrs Englcmnn who ji jno n from Clovls tho ovenlng sho took sick Wo nro greatly indebted to tho many friends of tho Ilorald who so ably as Zed us in getting this weeks sows j wish to thank each ono of you V kindly ask all our roadors and nds to assist us with tho news items n any other way until wo got on ect again Thank you VI Crashing Through to Borlln PEACE HAS NOW BEGUN MISS RUBY ROBS PASSES This town...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 November 1918

A TASTE OF HOME 1 dt orial from Iio ni > T i la I o nl of dlr > MM tin him > ii rioupnut m > iot In th mii i metidsblo article of fwni u the wntlii In tlmpi i pin and > i r fidiij v ii th d > fjj it tool It mar haw U > i > ti 1 r tone nnd pnndorouB > on me Dtninitli bill in time of wn Hie o dl 1 r tl n i te s HL Is apt to imitate toe action 01 tho tl KC In other words lie ran dlges rtinthlns Yet Is not on nccoum or Its dKfslibilUy vtm to tho sol dicr that tlio American doughrut has mado such a success as tho tpo nnd expression of Tho Salvn tlon Armys work In France It is because tho doughnut Is about the liouilesl article of food thorc Is to the average American soldier Served everwhere by the patient Salva tlonlnts It Is to tho soldier redolent cf i fireside and reminiscent or the dinner i > ail It brines back mother herself bending over the kettle In the kitchen or It recalls thi long dinnerhour In the little white ichoolhoube when you swapped one of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 November 1918

ivl > < M 1 < ftfc > S crvn an sanerA aiotisj snix riilS FELLOW EMPLOYED ME IL D MiVLLOEY QENEBAL ATJOTIONBEB Tulla Texas Catarrhal Deafness Catiiiol 12c Cured by local a > M cull > t the dlitaitd port It n only one way to < tn and tlmt tu by n Catarrhal I ii mi ait nut rtucit 11 t nr Tin re is irrhil dtaftltva i ii tit in a remedy < > y an In named conjltijj < tin tu ou lining of the EuetacM i Tub u this tube la InflamM ou hme a rumhl up pound or Im perftci uiurliMr oml yi n > it U entlnly cloacd D ata r la thr uit Utilise the Inflammation cap he rrdu ed and this tubo rtitored to Its Honjiat condition hearlnc will be doatroyedfrtvcr Miny cniu of denrneas ore causvi by cntnrrh irhlch la an Inflamed condition of tin mucous sur faces Ilatls Catarrh Medicine acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the ayatem We will give One Hundred PolUrs for any caao of Catarrhal nenure ihnt cannot be cured by Hall a Catarrh Medicine Circulars free All Drunjileu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 November 1918

s Entered as iphIcii < is mall nutter t the post ofttee t Tulia Texas TULIA TEXAS November 22 1D1S cd ono of tho most serious dangers we mutt combat is that of carelessness people at large The Herald is glad to cooperate in awakening tho people to their fnrlhcr duties along the lines of still furtheririg aid to tho Govern ment As a means to that end we print the following splendid article by Lonis Lipsitz of Dallas State Director for Texas for tho War Savings Committee THe most welcome mc age that has ever been crashed ont by wireless winged Its way across the Atlantic ently Monday morning and America was electrified by the words which told that peace had come and the war hrid ended in victory for the Allied armies Tho greatest accomplishment of the ages has been achieved The world has been made safe for Democracy That this message might come to us there have been countless thousand onnnmod millions who have lain down their lives and sleep the long sleep in the hollow of the hand...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 November 1918

< > Zr J If LOlJAIi AND IMIRSONAI Miss flilhort inlsfccii several days of school on account of sickness Hear donoraiyvirshliige Rccooril nt Flynts Mr I K Ciilton of Camp Trnvii is In Tulla for 1 few days Ho will ro turn to camii Friday StoSl stoves nro datura tlirt makers The special feature of Colod Hot Blnsl Rnngu tirovcnl dirt and save fuel Mrs 1 S Eugleman is suffering from a mild case of wliat la supposod to bo Nfluonra Crashing Through to Berlin tho wholo colossal drama of tho war will be shown at tho Olympic Theatre Thanksgiving Hay T io rst pictorial klstory of tiio war 800 It 1 Material for two concroto bridges south of town is being hauled out and construction of same will bo dorio as 0011 as workers can bo soeurod MUi Henri Carncs has resumod her dutfos in tho Tulla school after having Attended the funeral of her father at Bel ion Toxas Tho sportsmen aro nil envying E W Flyht because ho brought down a big wild gooso tho first of tho wcok All sportsmon aro now planni...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 November 1918

3 h C5 O a es o = 5 5 HHUHHKB BHffiMaaBnnnnnuEiKnnE3nnnnnnHEnnBtanBa HHHHMBRKWHHnH K Hes In The Window The Pcecc Armistice was signed on the 11th We truly rejoice with the Brave Old Sammies You yet have time to help Make them more Glad by a BEV O S WYATT WHITES ABOUT ANNUAL CONFERENCE It la always a treat beyond the ability of a Methodist proacher to havo tho pleasure of attording an Annual Conference There are many featurea that are full of joy He has the joy of meeting so many of tho preachers with whom he has moat delightful intercour o in tho years that arc gone in working husband was not a member of the church but his wife was looked upon as a most devout Methodist in many ways sate in her desire to give Her husband said to me as I approached her on a certain occasion on the subject of contributing to tho erection of a new church in tho city where she lived Why Mr Wyatt she is too rtingy to drink enough branch water though she was well able to give I was in dne trim at that tim...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 November 1918

Rf = I v me 3ii d w < l y SHa Mt t Doe It L the arrow NOTE to this exclusive feature i Coal is half gns 50c on every dollar you j pay for fuel escapes i the chimney with < up other ranges Save this valuable j1 half of your fuel turn it into heat for cook H ing and baking f j Why throw half cf j your money away i Save fuel save money Save time and Itbor with < Coiys iri l No i ICantrellShows i A y not profiteering Compare i with the otter fellows Mc N xya fUg Co U them upj your boy among rctvo to tho United War Work Cala is palgn ly Formula for buying happiness for our I wsoldltrs and yourself 01 vo to tho United War Work Campaign If I wcro over thoro Think of that and glvo to tho United Wnr Work Campaign 4 J jMuffytcndtr Hakes biscuits and if doughnuts that just keep you hanging round tho pantry all m do with CALM MET k BAKIR3 POYOER 3 tha KifcS purest most f f ji cionplnialiind Try tyFi lt ± dn eatvav baLcuzy vK f lailua ffr Y u i o wmn yc h t HI u w XV1 vl I1 l Caluu I d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 November 1918

t HNBMHHBBHNBHBHHRBBHIKmaBMnHHnBHEHBBRBBHHIIBBRKaKigRniHHOBH HBean The Whole Colossal Drama of B B as TO BERLIN Will be shown at The Olympic Theatre Thanksgiving Day MATINEE AND NIGHT The First Pictorial History of the Worlds Greatest War a Historic Achievement beside which all written records pale to insignificance filmed by a thousand cameras from the Actual scenes all the important events and a multitude of details screened for you so that you can see the world war from an opera chair Dont Hesitate Doubt Wonder Make up your mind to let nothing prevent you from seeing the mightiest war spectacle the first and only complete and comprehensive record of any war filmed from authentic sources there never was anything like it for it lets you see with your own eyes more than any manor group of men could see or write or tell of the activities of an entire world at war This gigantic picture will show you how your boy lives how he fights how he is taken care of Youll want to see him or his ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 29 November 1918

Vol HAS SUFFERED LOSS OF FIVE Withiii tlio jmst ton days Mr T A Robs has suiTorod tlio loss of flvo mom bors of his family As reported In last wooks pnpor lio lost two daughters Mrs Cora Mao Grahnm of Amarillo nd Miss Ruby Ross of this city On Sunday Novcmbor 2ttb nt 030 tf n m hh wifo died from tho samo lis oono r6Paionin Tho following day I away Tho funeral of both was hold at Uio samo hour To mnko tho shock ovon greater to Mr Ross aiid family and many frionds on Wednesday at OiOO p m his son iTom Jtos alio passed into tho great oyond This certainly Is a groat shock to tho many friends of tho JRosss nnd tho wholo town and county will join with tho Herald in oxtondlng tholr deepest Jtoartfclt sympathy for all tho bereaved families MONEV TO LEND nt 0 per cent intorost Two por cont discount Will klso buy first lein Vondor Loin Ifotes W W KIRK Room 27 Qrnnt Building Plnlnvlow Torns 43tfc Boysl Enroll with tho Victory Boys Its Slogan is A Million Boys Behind f Million Fighters ume MEMB...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 29 November 1918

N This paper has enlisted With the government in the cause of America for the neriod of the war t HE TULIA HERALD ENOLEMAN OBRYAN Owners BAENETT OBIIVAN Editor J S ENQLEMAN Publisher > nb nrirtl < i t 51 0 Per Tear EnWM fc n < r1ft mail matter it Um pott otnee at TullaTtxai TULIA TEXAS November 29 1018 PEACE TO FIND HUNGRY WOELD OALLINO OK FABMS FOK FOOD Assistant Secretary Ousley Tells Need For Still More Production The immediate effect of peace probably will be to incrcaso the demand for present supplies of food for the moment wo coneludo peace with the cen tral powers they will be in tho market for our food and they and half the world around them are hungry after four years of privation Declaring that this situation and tho fact that 2000000 men in France hardly could bo demobilised in time to restore normal farm labor conditions for the next years planting and cultivation Clarcjce Ouslcy Assistant Secretary of Agriculture in an address before the New York Humanitarian 8...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 29 November 1918

s sffi sift tsMNRP el i w f H Jl H a Ir I aoc o D o n o D o Hes In The Window The Peace Armistice was signed on the 11th We truly rejoice with the Brave Old Sammies You yet have lime to help Make them more Glad by a Christmas Remembrance Old Santy Is In Our Window CRAWFORD PHARMACY Phone 39 T rW j > Phone 39 locaoE IBDHI DAMP PUBLICITY OFFICE Camp Travis Tozas r > Novombor21 1918 To Tho Editor 1 Tbo Publicity Ofllco at Camp Travis wishes to oxtond slncoro thanks for tho cooporatlon you havo afforded and tho patriotic service you have ronderod Tho publicity givon Camp Travis through your paper has been of untold benefit Almost daily this ofllco receives somo indication of tho stimulus to morale of the folks at homo ongen derod by tho papers of Texas and Okla homa In tho opinion of the publicity officer thoro has boon no greater sor vico during tho war outside of tho fir ing lino itself than that rendorod by tho newspapers 2 However tho task of tho Publicity Ofllco has not cease...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 29 November 1918

i wm4 + + Htm 12 L EIOE Proprietor irbers and Lcimdry Agents est Side of Square Phone 184 Bring us yonr repair work Flynte I < lo rifll liollcvo K iv i sffi latiti t l > lii iiiny Htl a t v I ej liiw iad ni t in t l < 1 s win j it rtt > KIVVO e < > > > lr l Hun mid suinuliitloit itf > mental inwrnl C ioHil nmi i r > twrvctMT wu l IN SEASON or OUT OF SEASON GOOD SEASON or BAD SEASON HOT or COLD WET or DRY wc arc 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 f TTTTi I7TT 1 rocery lXjJillJIUf r t T F BURKS dealer in Coal Grain and Feed Blacksmith Coal Wagon Yard and Barn in connection rnOHX t7 W B PAYNE Manager TVH mi S3HSIAY MOTELI SIHX ft T > UALLOliY V ATJCTIONEEB Txlla Texas stcnhdD It v Cirmit Be Cured LEMON JUICE IS FBEOKLB REMOVES Girls Mlt this Cheap Beauty Lotion to Clear and Whiten Tour Sk...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 29 November 1918

m is LOGAL AN PERSONAL soldiers ° fft a ° 03 nt r > yntg AUTOMOBILE PAINTING RICHARDS PLAINVIEW Colds JTot Blast Heaters burn slack 1 and scroonltigs That means a biff saving In your fuel bills Hinr General rorshlngs Recoord nt Plyits Prosperity and w ntSavlngs Btohip arc twin brothorsT Aiiopt thorn both And you will always bo glad you did Bond your soldlofa Pflrkcr fountain Pn Flynts That Vnr Savings Stamp pledge eds attontlon Look nftor It Ro mombor tho plodgo Is a binding obll fatlon and must bo mot Let ui maks you a New Top Richards Anto Painting Plalnview St of El Mr and Urs J 0 OBryan Pmo arrived Thursday to bo with tholr ion Editor Barnott 0 Bryan and ram llf during their steknoss r I buy Llborty Bonds of all Issues T ndori Lion notes and make loans farm and ranchos at six per cent interest with two per cent discern W W KIRK Boom 2 Third National Bank Building Plainviow Texas 45 Mrs B L Rood of El Paso has T > een horo elnco tho lattor part of last weok looking aftor ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 29 November 1918

y J Cantrell Shows Friend love for the little one MOTHERS The constant steady heat of this remarkable heater is a never failing friend when economy and even heat day and night arj a necessity It pays to investigate Coles Original Hot Blast KIRNS CHEAPEST COAL CLEAH AND BRIGHT USES ANY FUEL It Savon and Serves Why Not Cut Your Fuol B1JI In Haf This Winter iYou Can Easily Do It With This Groat Fuel Saving Hontor Act t iMt t ft y > bShCTu ScoThis eater fit Gar Store WS5 PLEDGES IKW DUE Ear Up and Seko Bill Up rtv W F GRIFFE Phone No 2 TULIA TEXAS Phone No TjJto Orapo Core The effect of unfermented grape juice as a drink has been studied at the European grape cores and to n slight extent in laboratories It is generally claused that tbc consumption of a reasonably large quantity of it improves digestion diminishes intestinal fcrinen taton and results in an increase in weight i Butler Mo Nov 18 1918 j Tho Editor of Tho Tnlla Herald J Will you kindly chango our paer I from Montrose Mo t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 December 1918

rv 3 V si lilt Volume 9 INTLUENZA EPIDEMIC IS WELL UNDER CONTEOL Tho Influenza epidemic Is not nearly as bad ns last wcok although there Is qnito a good deal of sickness yet in bur town and county Tbcro oro afow new eases reported In tho last fow days but wo bollevo non of a serious nature Tho numbor on tho convalescent list V 1 largo and with caro to provont a backset tho town hopes soon to bo rid of tho dreaded disease Bo thorough was the epidemic In Tulla that tho number of thbso who havent been attacked are in a small minority In fact tho families of those ho havo escaped could likely bo count A on your fingors v ho death rato In Tulla compared i h other sections of tho country and I isldcrlng tho number afflicted has I Iced been very small r Gifts in l r Refused to Play With Him I mot our now minister on my way 4 juuday school mother said Willie and ho naked mo if I over played mar ilos on Sunday What did you nnswert asked her simply said Got thco behind me ttfc and wnlkcd off ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 December 1918

SHE KEPT THEM ON THE JOB u > l > 3 a SAVE 16000000 BUSHELS OF WHEAT THAT FORMERLY WAS LOST IH THRESHING Parmer Urged by Food Admlnljtra Hon Provide Seven Extra Loaves of Bread for Every American By adopting cleaner threshing nicth ods and by literally combing harvest fields to gather grain formerly wasted thresbermen and farmers of the United States this year saved fully 1C000000 bushels or wheat estimated as equivalent to about set en onepound loaves of bread for every person In the country This result accompanied by corresponding savings of barley oaJ oye Bndotlifj EraJnB Is shown by > 5lK > rts froroSn grain states to the U 3 Food Administration Oilier states although not prepared to furnish deli nltc figures of conservation In the grain fields report greatly reduced harvest losses This rural food saving achievement accomplished In scarcely six months lime was In direct response to requests by the Food Administration which asked fanners and threshemuii to reduce liurv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 December 1918

Pi 4 U 7 I do not bollovo It nn cvuKgorntlon to say that no army over boforo assembled has bad iniiio conscientious n n d pnlnstaklng thought given to tho protection nnd stimulation of lis mental moial and pbyslcul juuii IN SEASON 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 T F BURKS dealer in X Coal Grain and Feed Blacksmith Coal Wagon Yard and Barn in connection PHOm 17 JAlAlAil jiAAiAA JAAAJiAAAAAiAA A < l TTTTTTT TTTTTTT V TTTTTTTTTTTTT ovh an sansiAV avotisj snn THIS FI 0W EMPLOYED ME IL D MALLOBY GENERAL ATJOTIONBHB Tulla Texas Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applli atlona at ituy cfinfoi reach tbo dlicaicJ i > orllon of h est Tlur li only ono way to cur rrhul deafne and that la br a c tuututlarifrt r < medy...

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

Tins paper has entutcd wjth the govcrnhient in the cause of America for the j period of the war I THE TULIA HERALD ENGtEMAN O BUYAN Owner EAXWETT OBOTAH Editor J S ENQLEMAN rublishcr Siil i rrpti m SI Per Vrnr Knt re < l as secr > Holavs matlmatUir l the post olllce at TuliaTwas TDUA TEXAS December 0 191S WOKDS OV SOBKB WISDOM I Ft Worth SUrTcIcRram Wo sometimes wonder whether the pcoplo of Texas begin to approelate what a truly peat and pood manand wise conn elor they haro In their fellow citizen Clarence Ousley Tho address which Colonel Ourler delivered before the teach ere at Dallas Friday was of n character that one could wish that it might bo printed as a tract and distribute among the people for the good of commonwealth We pass on a few paragraphs of it which contain more of wisdom and sanltv than most men could crowd into a dozen speeches Thus I do not expect the mUlcniumj I do not believe the fires of this furnace have burned away all the dross of human nature I am sot...

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