ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Tulia Herald, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 22,909 items from Tulia Herald, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
22,909 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 February 1918

I 4 7SCCC pap = WE WANT ALL THE VFWB OF A LOOAL RARE LHiHCi < h no sne ui food bond hamp mar > h < ed hundi hundrii But In I KIM M un flild of tin path take lln Dep Auitrlcau It agencj f jr n still la it u K d Crr Clip i > 1 n oi h i i tn bi r < Thou jnd Tin up un ibj in th Nui in er Dlu nil should hi tlilii dlstrlc Is so acute the Unllid In u shiirt t need 40000 m Besides that United Status nursing ncnkc It is vstlmat tween 80000 TEU NATURE 1 < ONENO 202 andX 10 SCHOOL NOTES 7 Membership itcrcst 1b now shown InHumanity No t vork Tho touchers and the pami nt of fl f much dolight In tho To tin J < i000c 1 soventyflvo girls nro American Ucd t mm own chnlrmnn and Ico Thoso of you iocnl Chaptor mak brnnchca or nuxllliirlc s Mtn onr loci omui llnlcr lho lond tho nenlco of jour cou Bnltl > ftro do Band now roll bondages or and hundreds of tho overwhelming qunntlltuc ovor ono Iu1 Tpondod for mater If > ou aro a man J and sont to tho tbo women In tholr cl and so h...

Publication Title: Tulia Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 February 1918

a B R B B K B R n B a a a H B R n B a a a E B R B R R R R R R R R R B R B D B B B E B B B B a H a B B B S B B a B R R R B B a a B n a a B B B R R R B B 8B u n a R R K IIm IIK a it B X B R R R E B B a B a u a B ttB B ttB B R B B a R fl flR B R B R B a a a B B a R a a B B U B a a B Um B a a a a a a m a B B U aBBKBBBIIBHHBnKRSaERBBB aBHaHBHBHHaaaaaaaHaHKHHaHHHHaiiHHBaiiaHHBBaBamnHaBaBKBBBHR IIBilBBBBHB LADIES AND GIRLS CLOAKS Inruerh II for 4 1 < i > mi l in Now 225 325 and 500 SWEATERS SWEATERS SWEATERS Wi are puttmi tin in lit i out an I l < ofct to moe tlitin Mens Cotton Sweaters each 50c Mens Wool Sweaters 800 to 600 Mens Wool Sweaters 450 to 298 Mens Wool Sweaters 500 to 348 Mens Wool Sweaters 600 to 398 LADIES SWEATERS Ladies Sweaters were 400 now 238 Ladies Sweaters were 250 now 124 Ladies Sweaters were 300 now 198 Ladies Sweaters were 150 now 98 MENS SUITS A number to select from at prices ranging from 10 up to 20 In this lot are some of the celebrated Hart Schafner Ma...

Publication Title: Tulia Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 February 1918

4 r > B a a n a a n a aaB aaB a H R n a a 73a a a a a AlllheY ar Tourist Rales g r6 Mineral Weils Corpus Christ S Hubbard City k i and Marlin Texas g a a Tuliii Texas s 0 W DAWIS AGENT HAND ARMS R3BS ASLEE B H a rhoW r 5 a X a n n taaaaaaaaDaaaaEBaaau And Was RnDown Veak ana Yiervon Says Florida Lady Five Bottfes of Cardui V Made Her Well Kathleen Fla Mrs DaU s Trine of thisXplnce av After tho hliih of mi iuht child ijot vety much rundon in > nd weakened so micli lint I could hMdly do anything tit all I wat bo awfully nervous thit I could scarorly endure tho Pmt noise Mw condition won gettlmi noreo nil tho time I knew I nihit have Bomo lellnf or 1 would soon bv In tho bed anil In a serious conditio for I felt so badly and was so nervous and weak I could hardly lire MyVliusbnml naked Dr about mytaldne Cardul Jo said ILn n good medicine and good for thPt tronLle ad he got tna E bottles Afternoi viijvisientVttc 1 felt KirJy I ived before taklrg It my lUifig and hands and anii Rsf...

Publication Title: Tulia Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 February 1918

THE TULIA HERALD ENOLEMAN k OBRYAN Owners HAKNETT OBRYAN Editor J S ENOLEMAN Publisher it SllM > t > nn I OO IVi Ynnr it all Kilter 1th I fU T J I TiXAS February 15th J01S t s it could not do if the God of norm Was not kind enough to furnish tl winter rains ttc j iij 1c at borne mmtt bo v il lile fi i ilJ a i Texas 1 il tlc V put in it tation il 1c to d < 1 1 vtry nr 1 child turn i old 1 ol the throb of patri town spoke nt length on this subject Inst Sundnv nt their morning service Some plans and means of cooperating in tins ureal work ot mining food stuff were Irsiused l > y Hie ministers ami we feel sure Hint an nctio campaign will lie tnrted in due time for tlio plnnting of every available foot of soil in Tnlia in garden truck Tho people of Tulin ie patriotic ami are going to ilo their duty wherever they see it if it be in Tied Cross Y M C A or garden work We feel safe in saying that the crisis BAINB BRING OITOnTUNI ot H wor1 8 > at conflict is at TIES AND BLESSINQ...

Publication Title: Tulia Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 February 1918

K ff r LOCAL AND PERSONAL Cigars Goulrrfl CoCoCola and Can dios McCuiloJpfug Co Mr niul Mrs 1 0 LaPradu wore Vi ltliig In Amnrlllo Tuesday Dr ami Mrs B lco Dye of Plain liew wero in Tiiliu Thursday on routo to Awnrillo Mrs Climil Kilcrcnse is rcporlod qulto ill thin wcok Mrs Nunly and boh liavo been qulto sick with menhirs Hits week Automobile PnintliqSninl Top Building KIGIIAKDS WDAINVIKW Oliurllo Northcut visited relatives lit Silverton and Lockuoy Wednesday Miss Stella liiittcrfiold one of tlio Tulin teachers vlsllod rclallvos at Canyon Sunday AUTOMOBILK raATINO RICHARDS ILAVIVIEW Mr W A Porter accompanied hor duughtot MiBs Vora who is attending Clarendon College to Anmrillo Monday Owen Lindiey who was rocoutly op oratod on at Plninvlow in now iniprov ing Received a car ot in find bop fead Tulla Or Dr 1 E Smith Bvo Bar Nose and Throat Specialist ffspjj wlu lj0 tare on February SwjaadJStib Office at Tulia Hotel SpoMJt attention paid to the proper adjustment of glnssos Mr anil Mis ...

Publication Title: Tulia Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 February 1918

r BIG EXPOSITION TO GIVE 40000 in fas STOCKMCN TO PARTICI > A1 BIGGEST PURSeS EVER iONLi IN SOUTHWEST SHOW SHOW OPENS MARCH 11 Autonobilr Exh bit and Military Stunts Wll Ft ure Rodeo An Added Attraction Accord ins to the premium list now being dlstribuicd irnong the lhe stock people of tut Koulhwest more than Si flOO In rash and merchati dls pn h will be Riven awaj the week or March 11 by the Southwestern Fv uetUon and Fat Stock Show The Exposition which has taken over the Nat < m l Feeders and Breeders Show is to be operated along broad e lines than was the old organlra lion Not only are the livestock Interests tn receive ntenrlon but an oxtonsfvo represcntiilon of tLe li dustrlal and business lnstltut on if tbe country will be bad Special attention is being alien this jeur to tbe dalrviu interests For year in the pan n hov teied tu Jerse > cattle Ths year a division hiS beon aaled f > ti Holsteln nerds and n c II Hair of Fort Worth pris dent of the Ten HolstelnFrlesia ...

Publication Title: Tulia Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 February 1918

MI I m iniiicf to c nnijj the Hi Smi i gen WHAT THE life IF CROSS 3ffife9 J m is doing r ND WHAT YOU CAN UO CANTEEN SERVICE DEPARTMENT In ilicJSoiitliwomiin IiIvimoii or tlio Hod Cross which Includes thn Staici of Mlssouif Kansas Ukliihoinu Alkansns and Toxas thoro have been in n Ued 87 Hid Cioaa Canteens in towns along the mnln lines of railway iind to rundcrld of oveiy kind lo Iroop trains In lajlo movements of troops delays are unavoidable und these bod of men vjjll often surfer fnim hunger and thirst In splto of tho best ehma of tho Aifuiy and to give souii lefreahiumt to those men is a nervier Ma nod CrutV Is undertaking Tho of overy troop train 1b BunplleJ with a Hat of tho town where Hod Cross canteens have been organized rml he Is lustiucted to wire ahead for n ny service that a canteen can give ho oiganlzitlon of a canteen consltyta of a chairman and a commltteo oX at loaBt 10 niotubeis Ai rniiBonienLs nro innilo beforehand fur tho preparation of coffee and Bnnd wlchea In l...

Publication Title: Tulia Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 15 February 1918

HBHKBBnBaKHKRRBHBBBBBBBBBBHHHnKHR nn He > NEnnnnKEttBrfS H R R R R H H R R H R R R H R R R H a R R B H R R R R R H R K R B R R R R R R R H R O a a B B H a H R 1R B S B R B R a B a a R o H R 5B 5R B R B Feb 21st 18000 People 3000 Horses Cost 500000 Original organization intact exactly as given all over the world The Best Picture Ever put on the Screen in Tuiia none excepted p9 TeBBBBR > ElkBlaBwrv f IRaRHBBaBnQSEiaiBnnHBBBRBnaRBKnBRSSSSSXECSannRUBanaa SciaRBnnSSBBBHBQHRQBBRBBBBQBHBBBBBRBBHBBBBBBBBltbo tfVv i LAKEVEBW ITEMS Mm Gladys NorfJeet of Hart is t nding a few days ith Miss Irene Crow Mies Annie Jcaning inade a pleasant all on Miss Bessie Davis Monday Sir and Mrs Carl Hale entertained i large number of their friends last Thursday evening with a S party Mie Irene Crow entertained a few fuends bwt SMftrday evening Mr B A Freeman and family at t < aded church in Tulia Sunday They were guest In the home of F S Men me and wife for an elegant dinner Mrs Edgar Wheeler and chi...

Publication Title: Tulia Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 February 1918

I 2 fe WE WANT ALL THE NEWS or A LOOAL or BOOSTER NATURE OALL PHONE NO 202 Volume 9 R O JENNINGS ANNOUNCES THIS WEEK TOR TAX ASSESSOR icrnlds tinnounconiont column umul tlio namo of B O Jen of Mlasouii ° nslros to bo Tax Assessor of izod 97 He to render 3otJ As Mr Jennings Is n h la ruo Domocrat lio announces of men v to tho action of tlio Domocrntic of tho A election on July 27th 1D18 Rod CroE nnlngs lias boon a resident of Tlio com County for tlio pnst twenty la Buppllou 8 nnd la ono of our oldest vviiore Rod cllnl > lo cltlzons It hna bcon organized r n anj picttauro to know liim ahead tor u four nnd WJ avo can give I toeu conaiB to bo Blunro and ulrlSut > commltteo o to tlio rocommondntlon of riuiguinenta nro tho preparation is long rcsidonco hero v idles In lnigo oll acquainted with notice and tholr > nna with tho land ptatlon The 8 is rottflon co9 timt 10 600 men < 4d to tako cnro of tho lluto3 foo lrult s oek8 distributed Dcmo at of tho old school acceptable the ...

Publication Title: Tulia Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 February 1918

TULtA DELP1IIAH3 HONORED il meml 801 ICU BTO th phiant l > eljil flliiftf KlIlT 8weIS 11 1 Wl a tic 1 < > feel II 1 more 1111 r v i ourse Oir hi busy HI drternniu 1 t idly itI ti Kucli V IITS I hvl Pltlll < nf oi 1 h I r > i in of 110 Tnlm Delphian ery nmrh pleased to find nnHnjiil Del li so n The i l piibli c I in 11 11I1 r untiim 11 Mi 1 i II fiillonilli I tor lhli 1 I < > iil in i < fnr n t e months wo it I en h lesson erow itti > r nf the Delphian urn I ap principally of 1 cr Mothers who are I < p In touch intelleetn r college bred sons and rho part few months out mem e denoted ranch time to tho its work yet with this extra de pan onr time and energy oe > 1 by onr countrys need twice intli wo enjoy season of re when we meet in oar dob < epoch of progress Ii 111 fri to know that V I l uo year book i rv iiu tedious paper to itr in titivm search for in 0 1 r atcrial all at hand i w t ni i moment of study 11 mt 1 t at this time when nation are <...

Publication Title: Tulia Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 February 1918

HHBHHHHHEHHHHHHHnnHEtanHHHHHHHHHHIBanHHnHHmHHHHiaPIHKHIHHH BHHnHraHHHHnHiaiaraHHHHHnnHHHia OH Oa a H B a B a a B a B a a a a B B B a n B B B B B B B n B B B a B B B U H a u UiQ Uiu Q U n u a a a a a a a a B a B B B B B a B B fl n B H n B a a a a a n a a B B a B E RflT S H D MALLORY Tulia Texas litinm STOCK 1 good Work Mare 7 years old 1 gray Mare smooth mouth 2 bay Horses 3 years old 1 black Horse 3 years old 1 bay Mare 6 years old 1 Mar a dGolt sS 1roan Horse a 2 young Mules 1 sorrel Horse coming 3 years old 1 blue Mare 4 years old 1 Cow 4 years old ft Having decided to sell my personal property I will have a Auction at the George Cope place 18 miles East of Tulia 6 Vigo Park on sale at Public miles South of BEGINNING AT 1000 OCLOCK A M 2 good Wagons 1 Low Wheel Wagon 1 Drill 12 hole 1 Deering Row Binder 2 Cultivators A lot of good Hog Wire 1 good Saddle j 1 Mower and Rake 1 GoDevil s 1 old Buggy and Harness A lot of Harness and Collars Other things too numerous to mention TERMS Tw...

Publication Title: Tulia Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 February 1918

JB THE TULIA HERALD EKOIKMAW te OBRYAN Owners nAIlKETT OBBYAN Editor J S ENOIEJTAN Publisher Siil > orrI > fli > n SI Olt IVr Yrr Knii u thf in 1 t refu i hen Oi is up t v liet limit Th jt c e + z + < + x dMnmlciaw mail Tr tt r e < 11 TulltlVtas TUI M 1 AS 1 clirunry 82nd 1018 A OAT I TO OUR rJIILDREN TOR SEIVTPE IN REIIEF WORK lr n V oil 1 > m nl leaf or C 11 t i Virthln i > 1 hrnan ir nkM I hlT > n tie Tun i i 1 r i mailed 1 in the lu1 in Ire to et i run kTt nil tic pl Nlnn r tl ii IJnl 11 e ioerr 11 Nilon Iti i Pros n lit TDO h msh n i iritcr School < omnnttee to i tillv sking > 11 o tI air i r v child r by finyine > r their own wake relief > Men will bo delight ng tl esc mufti needed menu for soma of those ba oarth under them the sky tern and the American Rod their friend Will we help this lime of need boys and girls nay yea and rise ry one to do all the can It it the parents and teacher a to r or not they have this oppor 3hapfer School Commit...

Publication Title: Tulia Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 February 1918

I LOCAL AND PERSONAL Stovo plpo Hie adjoint nt Townsond Morcnntllo Co J H irby of Corloy spont a portion of this wook In Tiilln visiting frlondfl 0 L Cooper tlio genlnl ownor of Coopors Carago ami Machine Shop wns looking nftor t > tiilnoH3 matters in Kaiisns City this weok Jim Iicnrn of tlio southoist putlon of tlio county was trailing with Tnlin morchnnis Tuesday Cigars Qomiino CoCoCela anil Candles McCuno Drug Co J Judge W Jt Halo president of tlio Tulin Haul V Trnit Compnnv was in Amnrlllo Wednesday attending to Buy rs nn Rollers Convent m Hc rlon Barrett wis n Amnrillo W tin < ln in tin uiUrMr i the Red Rev Hititt ia wi at Ill Hi lutie former iiorfnlrod I T It fjn rr > v Iomh < oirt Mr hardware at I i iiI MoroShrlile Co f iiir Vi ighn who in atlomllng iic riiuont Terns Stnto Normal at on isitod lior pnronts licro tlio rnt of tlio wook Me inmii J T McDonald anil Hoy Ros were in Amnrlllo tliix week Automobilo PaiiitingnuMTop Building Slo T mm Anns PLCTsyinw i il scutt...

Publication Title: Tulia Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 February 1918

WEEKLY WAR NEWS DIGEST Series of Activities and Conditions Throughout the United States and On the Battlo Fronts from Washington D O 1800000 Women Arc Engaged In Ag riculture in United States < o a late report of the 1 Mf > < > women engaged in ngriouRnro in th 1 rilr State 750000 are under 20 yarn of age and JOflO000 aro negroes A majority of the women work rrs are found in the Southern States The lines of work in which women will be likely to increase their farming activities according to tho report are vcgcinblo gardening poultry raising Imtter making hog raising etc It is eiiggestod that women who know how to opcrnto motor cars may with littlo additional training operate tractors Smokeless Powder Plants Will Have Capacity of Million Pounds a Day Plans and contracts nro completed for tho construction of two smokelesspow der plants each to cost approximately 150000000 The estimated capacity of ach is 500000 pounds of powder a day and from 10000 to 15000 men will be mpl...

Publication Title: Tulia Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 February 1918

1 t I r il V cine CL4d ltlieY TouristKates flincrayAVells Corpus Ghristi MubardCUy Eand If5arlintyc as Us GENT a fcxns Iliono < i5 u v c i i in it i they d j your < 1 ioli Ai oncon a he bad iimerous i e bount i pi your lhou 1 Thedford do ml d03i v vc larily hv rmedl l > L Mrs W f Pickle o LM iti1 RnnffFawmGa > writes have used Tlieri Ve rjfoiu s t iickUrauglit as a family medicine Aly niblh iSiilawVouIdnoi ijkec i 1 as U seemed tpo su > i t ic so slic Vised liUi Drauyht as a mild h live and liver Tcpilaior We ve it In the family and believe it is the be t medicine for he liver rihde Try it 1 In Ut on the Genuine Thcdfords 25c a pack age E75 raygfii r opou dntcs boo or phone Geoeral Auwhrneer a tot tho First National Han ilia Woii F ISO JUNIORS OF TULIA IIIOII SCHOOL ENTERTAIN SENIORS Tlia liOBpitahlo homo of Mr nml Mm Wi Grlflln was opened Inst Thursday ovcnliiK 1 n rocoption glvon by tho Juniors of tlio Tullii high school In honor oC tho Seniors Ai host tho junloro n...

Publication Title: Tulia Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 22 February 1918

I oper PRESIDENT TELLS AMEEICAII TABMEBS WARS CULMINATING CBISIS HAS COME Contrnuod from First Vage the world ran show The Department of Al ultur is undonbtly the greatest prxi ti ind icientific in ultural organ zalu ii in tlie world It total annual 11 ot of 4600001 i be < m in eresi I iurr the last fo i i n ore thti icr enr It ha < tiff of IS 001 i 1 hrv a large numltr of highly iraii Iipcrth and alongside of it slanl whi L ment stations Those colleges and ex perimeut stations have a total endowment of plant and equipment of 172 000000 and an income of more than f 35000000 with 10271 teachers a resident student body of 125000 and a vast additional number receiving in struction at their homes County agents cooperating assistiij thitn The number of extension H ir under the Smith Lever Act and u 11c ret cut emergtin icgiala tioi 1 uu to 5500 men and women iiing regularly in the various com nt Alongside these great public ag Mies stand the very effective volun ti organisations am...

Publication Title: Tulia Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 March 1918

K WJl WANT ALL THE NEWB OP A LOOAL or faOOOTEtl NATUBE CALL PHONE NO 20 + Volume 9 RECITAL ON MARCH DTK BY MBS E W BAKERS PUPILD Tho Herald is pleased to mnko uoto qf the coming musical program to bo glvou by Mrs K W linkers pupils Tho rocitnl will bo given uoxt Saturday night March nth In tho school nujltoriiim Tor soino tlmo tho earnest members of tho orchostrn hnvo been actively anil conscientiously practicing Mrs Bakers homo lias boon frooly oponod for prnctlco anil undor her glftod and Inspiring guidnnco much of tho latent talent of tho pupils haro been dovclop od Besides being a teacher of tho tochniquo in music Mrs Baker Is also fc close student of human naturo and with that rnro Intuition of a loader ho has greatly assisted all in that hlglior profincioucy of tho instrument o which thoy aro best qualifiod Slio boa sparod nclthor tlmo nor onorgy and willingly given of her best to tho proficiency of each Individual pupil To tho friends who Iiavo boon privileged to nttend tho p...

Publication Title: Tulia Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 March 1918

Tho Hut 1 nu carti ful 0 nurses In ih 1 1 > every indlcati 1 > mt t v c WHAT TFife t MD CRdi WHAT THE Red robs 11 it whore it IS DOING ANDWHAT YOU CAN D NURSING SERVICE DEPARTMENT 11 IS DOING AND WHAT YOU CAN DO BUREAU OF SUPPLIES DEPARTMENT The Bureau of Supplies might be tailed the American Red Cross Dr > o < K Ci i or it punUasea through iu Washington office tremendous < i in Iiis 1 ai aterials which are oteded tor making the various articles im fatttii 1 1 djCross Workrooms Through the advantage of this cen mizid ti i Chapters are enabled to purcbaae materials at ext < d UKy Ju < < tilB J lit in i < > jpplles spocUlixes In materials needed for ail sunrloal oiibhinRL i > r 1 lot knitting and some of the materials for the more Im jrtaiit n Hi n ui e garmenu and especially the large quantities of male > nlh lur hi 1 bt l shirts bed socks beihrubes bod Jackets and the more liuportuDt for hospiutl and pailentt use Tin li < m if Su pllsa burlu E ...

Publication Title: Tulia Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 March 1918

4 f iiiir SHOOLO JOIK SMiXGSOCIE FOH Krn COMPANY OF FIGHTERS THERE SHOULD IIE V TUHIFT ORGVNI ZATION AT HOME sh That Texas shall not bo classed among the lagriring states nil forces are now bo inc concentrated upon the organization o f war savings o ciotis Wash ington has sot Maroh 15 as the day for the count and it is desired that every Lone Star dweller be enrolled as an active war savings club member by that dale I or every company of sol dicrs on the battle field or in ruiig orc should be a war rus oce > here at home I LiU State Director of he National War Sav in < m nittee Lets make uiy i < hting man know aid f i i U at he has thirf country Lp l him backing him up tot l is ditch Only by becom m < a ar savings club mem i r r u invest ns regularly and in < 1 < ntiy in the little Crov ei ij nil Ixmdb vvill we be perform nuif in part our duty as ti iic patriotic Americans IV enrolling ourselves asa tin members of war savings ftoculicu we will be helping the ion in...

Publication Title: Tulia Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 March 1918

TMI 1U1IA HERALD T oTT r > iTyN Owners BAfctfrT 0 < BK > AN Editor 1 fe J i iKLN rnWIshor VI i S tl v tlnic mll i d of HI w c i t of 1 I fir i tl 11 t t tltl tl tlr Dl r > hi i i In c tl AS h tl lir he + + + t t + X i I X t i I 4 < Mi I 1 > M His Mi IV TH I In K r i C 1 I r to i pe c front a Mirpt ain ord > ll mi < if tin i borers i i t i i midif i n pinup t1 no fall i t r isn t rnne thi < H then ii ll tit h I < i I i jU and hled to a urgent abbUevo ve their i f of onr I1 rk iloic ii K i Impter 11 i of some 11 c terflie o ini tho help v orl > thev could n c liomo to us Kent work Bod Crow i o r actually in taings that are to s v their TBLErilONB HO 202 v i h Utile t of moro than i i t n in I ink a > l mts I ti i ll f I 11 i i mnv not i ui lmi in oiiipmhcd but witk Iho mi lmcii 1ilt has liwtl limn m bmlilmn tin Swi hcr count it 1 l 1 t iii ill l tl i 1 > M i i utii > l i t t tl il i i i i 11 u t m ii i i i 1 tv m In in 0110 ti ii hi ii i i ii ...

Publication Title: Tulia Herald, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x