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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 December 1918

r = O v M 1 f LOCAL AND IEltSONAL w Soldlors OlCt Goodi ut FlyntyX AUTOMOBILE PAINTING1 RICRARDS PLA1NVIEYA Colos Hot BlastUlcofers burn lnck nml scroonlnga Tiiat moans a big saving in your fiioltiills Miss Knlo Carlo I bnek nt lior po sitlonns snloslndy at Cantrcll Shows after a solgo of liillticnzn N 1 Hoar General Pershings Hocojoril at Fly ills 1 ii Mr K K Boyco a well known elti ron of Tulla ami Mrs Vosllto Morrison tfDnnncily county Texas ivcro mar Tied November 30 1018 at tho Presbyterian manse by Rov John T Price Bond your soldier a Parker fountain Pen Flynti A Richard A 8cott has bought tho O Tluxford stock of general mcrjhandlso at Vigo Park and Is In charge Mr Scott Is a worthy young business man and is sure to make a continued success of tho business Lot us mnkoyou a New Top Rich ilt Auto Painting Plalnview 1 ix Mr J C Fryo has bpon visiting his non Fnrris Frye of Plainvlow whohas been vory ill but is doing somo better now I liuy Liberty Bonds of all Issues Vendor Jjlfn ...

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

y l K n n o H R K K K B O n o a o n o u o 11 BOB a E 5 u C 32 5 Phone 70 IOE 30E30E 30E30E ries In The Window The Perec Armistice was signed on the 11th We truly rejoice with the Brave Old Sammies You yet have time to help Make hem more Glad by a Christmas Remembrance Old Snnly Is In Our Window SMKM i5 + i H 30E30IOE30C RALIY AROUMu FIA5 lOVj AH Tulla Grain Coal Co J ALBBET HTJT0U2B0H loaoi 30E30E 30EZOIC30I e aotzioc CRAWFORD PHARMACY Phone 39 z fexaex Phone 39 laBBiBaBBiiiiiBisaiaHRaiiBBiaifiiaaiiiiiiiiiiiiiaig AGBIOTJLTTJBAIi ARMY CAN such results mny be anticipated It is era of unexampled opportunity for men NOT LAY DOWN ITS ARMS true thit peace may probably release of energy of courage anil of sagacity food supplies that are now withheld and Uieso rains liavo given us of Texas Tho armistice has been signed and from trade yet it will also remove the chance to extract our full share of hostilities have ceased in the greatest powerful embargoes which will thereby that opportunity ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 December 1918

y < F iVt if 1 mk THE WAR IS NOT tik country needs its patttotr kov MORE THAN EVER ftVK Because sovoral essential matto lutv yett For one thing wo have not yet mad aod v i there is no tel inj what amount of piLa work done Germany lias no proper povoii ikiii hi m bo a + t op position may be met with at any time i < mllion men and about a million men b or > n i > jh ui hove to bo paid fed transported and tii n nturned hoie Kovcrnment contracts for sup ies cannot bo rep minis in JVJ Our sicat h n K U but thi gd < 5ds must be paid for Activities dusJrjnejJ to make us nt lcist ttfe ecorhl tealcar ingpowerin theworld mustbo earnedout ata Jftst ciiuw millions of dollars to the ultimate advantage of every b man in this country Our allies if they need money mils > To draw back now and to refuse to spend money would 1 to place ourselves in the position of a business man who havip sunk an enormous amount of capital and effort in a bjsmc ijuita just at that moment when the bus...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 6 December 1918

r HBKBBBBNflBBBBBBBBBBBflaflBBBBBBflBHBBBBBBflBBBHHHn BOYS OVERCOATS 40 per cent Discount Boys Suits 25 per cent Discount Now is tbo time to buy the boys extra suit n Mens and Boys Mackinaws 20 per cent Discount SHOES v Many special bargains in our shoe department Mens Onn Metal Calf sand Vici Kid Shoes lace and button Es gliih and medium toe pricedNup to 500 choico 295 Boys Gun Metal Calf solid soles good wear in every pair lace and button styles 350 and 400 values for 265 Carter Cantrell Shows HOUSEWIVES z aching everywhere for a better way to save in food and fuel You can find the answer to these vexing problems in the efficient High Oven Paienictl It saves the cost of an extra heating stove It gives warm floors for the littlo folks Oven shoulder high saves stooping and backaches Oven and flues made of copperalloy Iron the strongest rustresisting iron known We personal invite you to see this remarkable fuel saving modern range See It Now ted Just Received a Shipment No 1 Dairy Fe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 December 1918

4 rJ > W Vj I II I is It oi pc by investn i investment patriotism We h tor somas stamps SIUEDEYTIIB UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT OENEEALLY BUBSIDINa SCOTT DEAD It is trt n prominent stock Spend more i who made his homo in the marine May Docomber Cth 1918 isbends mOort illness from Influenza war startionia of many ijorn j Granger Toxas money to 8S4 being at tho timo of from tho t years 7 months and 14 necessary out of th t i 8lrvlvod by a wifo and rnaintaij wi0 deeply mourn lfis loss 13 ix clrclo of friends was wldo and arci join thorn in extonding our deepS > tfolt sympathy to tho bereaved tions to voro taken to Granger 1 by Mr J B Johnson Volume 9 wy n hough thoro nro yot qulto a fow Vorors from Influenza Tulln cols 1h t sho is gradually Rotting nwny from tho drcndod illscnso Asldo from tonvalosconts who nro by no means feeling strong enough yot tlio number coifinod to tholr bod Is indeod small conparod with tho past fow wcoks Thoro aro only four or fivo now Vases roportod In tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 December 1918

TWO QTJABTB OF BK3M MTUE n bo form of ties pudding or other Secretary tfcAdoo said this is not a BQtTAXS OKC FOUND or BEEF milk desserts is just as valuable to your ttmo for us to relax our efforts and the J body as when served as tho main dish j Treasury Department Is making plans Akin ftOlk a Valuable Source of rroteln of a meal for larger and moro Important work Oan Beplaco In Tart Meat On I Anothor way to make milk savo moat during tho year Tour Tablo is to utlltzo the aVIm milk for making I Tho text of tho telegram follows cottage chcc o Cottage cheeso is ono I most earnestly nrgo upon you that Not every farmers wife has a largo of the most valuablo meat substitutes your orgnnirqtlon mako eery posslhlo supply of spending monoy but with a nd is easy to make A nutritious and I effort to tho end that pledges for tho great enough inrcntivo most women delirious reclpo for its use tells how to purchn o of War Savings Stamps bo can manage somehow to savo a littlo make meat sausages fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 December 1918

J Tf Sifr 1 > s Wfc at 1 IN SEASON or OUT OF SEASON GOOD SEASON or BAD SEASON HOT or COLD WET or DRY we arc here to serve you right And every sale we make regardless df 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 Coal Grain anr1 Feed Blacksmith Qoal vVagon Yard and Barn in connection PHOlfB 7 W B PAYNE Manager tlltl Alfclfuli ill ill it itl ill ill I A m rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTfffV Doming and Luna County in which i most coraplcto report of any county In Camp Cody N M is locatod raised tho Btato Although tho smallest coun tholr quota in throo days for tho United in tho state it went on record as ty War Work Campaign The commlttoo contributing tho largest amount per kept right at work however and wont Bovorai thousand dollars over Tho stato chairman gavo County Chairman A W Pollard credit for turning the capita Charity begins nt homo and wo dont Hvo in ...

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

fiia > sfiiu WIS Put yonr fl S in your window rftoi This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the ocriod of the war THE TULIA HERALD BllGLEMAN OBBYAN Ownen BAENETT OBBYAN Editor J S ENOLE1IAN Publisher Subscription SI id 1nr Year i tered i > irc > no < inaii ma ler n tti po a onice at I ulUT < xa TULIA TEXAS December 13 1013 DAMP PUBLICITY OFFICE Camp TravlB Texas November 30 1916 A clearing bouse for Christmas packages has been established at Camp Tra is Texas in order that home folks who have not Uie specific address of loved ones in the cantonment may bo assured that their rifts will not go awry Tha Jump Publicity Office is tho place designated and all that donors need do in addressing packages is to write plain I the name of the soldier to whom it is going and to add Publicity Office Camp Travis Texas Tho package will be delivered straight from the postof fli o and arrangements have been coin plotil to handle any number of Christmas p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 December 1918

LOOM W PERGONAL Soldiers Olft Goods nt pWts TINO AUTOMOBILE PAINTIN WOHARDS PLAINVIEWi Frfwn C rnnc Ruth Hnyno nnd Vera 1ortcr enma homo yosterlay morning from Clarcntloii as llio school Is suspended Indefinitely on necount of tlio flu Ilcnr General IcrshingsVlrcnord nt liynts A Konnotli 1opo enmo In yestcrdny morning from Clnrendon to spend n few dnyB with his friends An Edison Phonogrnph lsnn Ideal Christmas gift for tlio wholo fnmlly Hoar tho Edison nt McCunos Drug Sloro I buy Liborty Bonify of all Issues Vondors Lien notes and mnko loam on fnrm and ranches nt Ix per font Interest with two per Cent discount W W KIRK Room 2 Third Nntlonnl Bank Building Plalnviq w Texas IB Mr Leon Tcmplo arrlvod horo Tuos Jay morning to visit his sister Mrs Gilroy Portor Ho is on his wny homo from tho training camp Send your soldier a Parker fountain l n Flyntf Mrs Hill of Altus Oklahoma has been Suiting her sister Mrs Fnyno Mlsi Delia Cochran vlsitod frionds in Canyon last Friday and in Amarlllo S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 December 1918

g m 5 6 Albert Chas Phone 70 ONLY 10 MORE SHOPPING DAYS TILL XMAS AND THE WAR IS OVER We have a good variety to select from Jewelry Diamonds Lavallieres Wrist Watches Ivory Cut Glass and Silverware Your Xmas business is always I appreciated and our prices are right CRAWFORD PHARMACY Phone 39 Annctto Drayer a feme sole A Schin dor if Fininworth a feme sole A G Wclsor Elmer Davies M S Calhoun J P Harbinson Carson Reeves 8 Clcndenlel G Gmur Henry Luschin per David W Jones J B Penrose P C Edwards Amanda Carlson a feme sole Andrew Johnson W B Anderson J M Lyon Mrs A P Herrick a widow R J Hawkins O 0 Hawkins A X Johnson B S Henry C S Altemus Louis C Johnson C S OConnell E MeMillen R MeMillen T VT McDonald E Thompson Chas H Wilcox E C Berpgren B T Thompson Bert McBride I H Ell worth H B Coleman Arabella Stewart James B Stewart husband of Ar abella Stewart R H Turner P A Andrews Mrs B W Adams a widow Mrs A Faulkner a widow Sarah B Perry a widow Ruth L Perry a feme role Isaac Newton Perry Jr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 13 December 1918

S f 4 Wear your button It is evidence that you have placed your stamp of approval on the excellent wort which the American Red Cross has done and will continue to do yoil SALE OR EXCHANGE Two j Segistorod Ilcroford Bulliijv flyo jcara o1jL 3y W BOSTON flvo milessouth = EE Tulfa Texas SO 3p faftt Wo rcmombcrod tho Maine wo ro jSuot forgot that wo still hnvo ships on tho sens The Red Cross badge of membership is a delight to the soul of the man in khaki or navy blue He knows its true signifxance in war ns well as peace So do the thousands of American mothers and wives and sisters who have had their loved ones with the colors So do the hundreds of thousands of men women and children of wartorn Belgium France Italy Roumania Serbia Russia Palestine and wherever Red Cross work has been going on It is up to every man and woman in free and happy America to see to it personally that the American Red Cross continues to carry on its great work of love and humanity iom the Red Cross allyou need...

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

< Make this a Red Cross Christmas The happiest merriest Christmas the Put your flag in your window I KBESS ITEMS Kress is very short of news this week at this writing it looks as if we aro going to hare some bad weather l r C B Delong is in Waco this week on basiness Mr and Mrs Far Kerr came in on the 9 oclock train last Tuesday morning Fay has been in Austin in training camp for some time and Mrs Kerr had gone to visit him The war being ended they have both returned We axe glad to see the boys returning who had gone to serve their countrys call Mrs Honey from Clovis New Mexico has been visiting her daughter Mrs Boone Mrs F Koukser and also Mrs George Routscr spout Ja t Wednesday in Plain view Mr Charlie Webb another one of our soldier boyr also returned last Taos day evening Mrs John Elliott spent last Tuesday in Ilainview We are glad to report no new cases of flu this week Mr and Mrs It D Mitchell have gone to Justiccburg where Mr Mitchell wU lontniue work on the Santa Fo He J ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 December 1918

k Wo ri mombor Knot forf This merits Than ailmcr Eac cntiro t repairs u your kidn Red C Tn M 6F This la for TH ordor roachi < complete v bor 1 Jeweler Volume 9 A Burkburnett Oil Proposition After careful investigation I have taken a directorship in this lease I personally know every director in this company This field only six months old is the only small mans proposition in pil ever offered and is in fact turning out millions of dollars to stockholders every month This lease is surrounded by producing wells close in > v During my vacation I will give you ant opportunity to take an interest in thjs deal 10000 invested here with a low average production will pay you more than 10000 per month See me in town or call me from your home C L SONE i m tho sear IT YOURE TROUBLED WITH THAT PROBLEM WHAT shall i dive come stbakhit to our store and see Rl Man lino of how quickly it will be solved our christmas present goods are sensible useful things your ohribtmas money goes a long way in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 December 1918

AT TUB MBTO0DI8T UHUKOH Bunday Dccombcr 22 101S Sunday school at It a m J E 8w p lon Saporlntendent Preaching nt 11 a m No preaching at night Tlio Mayor thought it would bo alright to hao services in the day Blood and hath made us kings and priests unto God and His Father to Him be glory and dominion for ever and ever Amen That yon and I will have a part in that chorus ought to stir our souls with a thrill of joy and praiso that should never cease while here on earth we stay My people My Dear Feople should havo died but God has sparod us Uiat remain Should wo not show our appreciation by giving Him our bestt Shall wo < vor allow ourselves to forget His mercyt Help us 0 God that no power shall bo ablo to separata us from Thee Many of our boys havo been in tho time but for nt least a week or two service of their country Their lives to havo no night services The sub have been spared In a short timo they jort for tho morning hour will be Tho wilt bo back in tho bosom of their lov Tor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 December 1918

Farm Bales a Specialty mo for Datos Phono or wrlU 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 N GOODS SEASONABLE PRICES REASONABLE The Tulia Grocery Co T F BURKS dealer in Coal Grain and Feed Blacksmith Coal Wagon Yard and Barn in connection FHOm S7 W E PAYNE Managor AAA1A1AJAA haaa jji AAAAAAA AA1AAAAAAA C F SJOGREN AUCTIONEER Kress Texas I buy Liberty Bonds of all Issues Vendors Lien notes and mako loans on farm and ranches atsix per cent Interest with two per cent discount W W KIRK Room 2 Third Nationnl Bank Building Plainviow Texas 15 Patroairo tbo homo industries Fight Two The Red Cross brought heroic France the first help from America to turn back the onrush of democracy s foes Then it provided healing care and comforts to strengthen America s great democratic army Also it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 December 1918

ft m Thu paper has enlitted trfth the government in the caupe of America for the > enod of the war THE TULIA HERALD ENdLBMAN OJBYAN Owner HARNETT OBRTAU Editor J 8 ENOLEMAN Publisher iobcrlplton SI SO IVr Vrnr Entered m secondclass mallmatw it the post office it TutltTeits TULIA TEXAS December 20 IMS NECESSITY TOB A LITE IDEAL Set your affections on things nbovo and not on things on the earth Paul Every sane and intelligent thought orcry impulso lo the trao and beautiful every heartbeat of love and sympathy comes from the pleading of one hotter self from his < piritual and Immortal individuality It Is the constant and insistent urge Of the Still Small Voice to attain to the heights to which he is capable Mans elevation of thought and therefore his character which is a result of his thought are In proportion to his nobelcst concept of life his ideal The greatest idonl any one can have is a life ideal Almost every one has an ideal as to the artistic the scientific the philosophi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 December 1918

t fil LtCAL AND rfrtSQNAL Soldlor Gift Goods it Fly automobile pa BIGHABD8 PLAINTflftW Jlonr QanoTl PershingsBocoord at Flynts V Mrs II A Brown has ocolvpil word from hor Ron Harry A Brown In Franco with tlio 3fltli Division Ho is just recovering from nn attack of pnou monio Mrs H A Brown is just recovering from n eovcro attack of lnfluonra Mrs 15 M Enfield of Lawronoo Kns Is making lior sister Mrs E J Poo nn extended visit Mrs N EGnlloway of nenldsburg California daughter ot Mrs Enfield nccorapaniod her to Tulia for n Bliort vIbU but hat gono on to hor homo In California Mrs Galloway was returning from an oxtondod trip to many points of Intorost In tho oast Including Washington D C New York City Niagara Vails otd 8 O araham of tho Wcstorn Bealty and Investment Co loft last Monday on a business trip to Lsmosa Toxas Dont bo a kiokor Any old mulo can boat you at tho game An Edison Phonograph Is an idoal Christmas gift for tho wholo family Hear tho Edison at McCunos DrugStore Liout Lut...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 December 1918

n o II ONLY 3 MORE SHOPPING DAYS TILL XMAS AND THE WAR IS OVER We have a good variety tp select from Jewelry Diamonds Lavallieres Wrist Watches Ivory Cut Glass and Silverware Your Xmas business is always appreciated and our prices are right doorjam but opening outward All applicants interviewed by this man are asked to leave the ofHco byway of this private door It i on the sido of the room opposite to the ono through which the applicant enters j When the young person stirts out he of course opens the inside door and expects to step out into the hall but before ho can step out ho is confronted by the second door The mtcrvioner is watching keenly at this moment He notres two things i One is the mental reuidon of the per on opening tho dooy tho other is the physical reactionyf Some people look surprised and vcart backward others simply let lo fe of the inner door and open the ovter one and go on their way The Tncs who start backward and loo surprised are always employed if f Jrything e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 December 1918

+ + A Jfel Jfeli i m tv Wear your button It is evidence that you have placed your stamp of approval on the excellent work which the American Red Cross has done and will continue to do BEST CHRISTMAS CHIT IS VERY EASILY OBTAINED Membership in Red Cross Costs LitUo and Docs Much Tardy Tulia shoppers need not worry about their failure to buy Christmas gifts in October Tho best gift is to bo availnblo tho week beforo Christmas Tlicro is an unlimited supply nnd hero will bo no difficulty in purchasing Tho cost is only ono dollar Tills gift is membership in tho Ioil Cross nnd it is gift to the TULTA boys iu tho army nnd navy as well as to tho victims of war in nil countries Thoso men will intorprot an ovornhclm ing enrollment of the peoplo as members in tho American lied Cross ns a gunrantco of contlnuod service of a land thoy havo learned to vnluo highly Tho Rod Cross Christmas Roll Call Docembor 1023 will afford tho opportunity to buy this gift and delivery j DAILY WITH SUNDAY Seven Day...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 20 December 1918

fC H Make this a Red Cross Christmas Put yonr flag in yonr window HfTEEESTINa LETTERS FROM > RAY OLAEKOVER THESE France November 11 1058 My Own Dear Ones I must write tonight of all nights Peace 1 cant realize it I have thought I would be hero come time yet but you cant imagine our elation The boys are sore enjoying themselves I wonder what yon are doing in the good old U S A I would Hire like to celebrate there instead of here I know today will never bo forgotten I will never forgot it at least I was better pleased when I received your letter the other day but this is even better uens still for I know it cant be long until I see you agai and what timo I will bae when 1 into Tulia 1 can just see myself Btrutting down the street 1 can just see the big bonfires all over the U S A Givo zny lote to all the kin The happiest merriest Christmas the world ever knew is almost here But in the rejoicings of peace and freedom there is one note of seriousness that America must not forget ther...

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