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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 December 1918

u > The Herald wifhe yqu a happy New Year WSS WAR SJWIHOt STAMPS inuioxr nor OMTTfiO STAtW GOVERNMENT HIM > > J HI M THE TULIA VolMme 9 THE HARTFORD OIL AND GAS GO A company formed of reliable business men of Paducah Texas A Burkburnett Oil Proposition After careful investigation I have taken a directorship in this lease I personally know jevery director in this company This lease is surrounded by producing wells close in During my vacation I will give you an opportunity to take an interest in this deal I shall have a representative after Dec 30 10000 invested here with a low average production will pay you more than 10000 per month Many of our most conservative citizens are convinced of the safety of ojur company and are taking stock with us C L SONE WE DO NOT HAVE TO BLOW OUR OWN HORN THE UFdKADE HARDWARE WE SELL AND THE LOWDOWN PRIDE WE SELL IT FOR SPEAK TOR US BUT JUST ONE TIHNd WE WILL SAY WE OAN LOOK EVERYONE WEVE DEALT WITH LAST YEAR SQUARE IN THE EYE WE HAVE TREATED...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 December 1918

Ifw = r c r 00 cuPh 8a En oo oS J > o a C 4 m untvebsity or texas WEEKLY NEWS LETTER An inercn ed attendance is expected at the University of Texas for tie coming winter term which will bo opened on January 1 on n peacotlmo basis All advanced courses that were dropped during the period of the war will be resumed The matter of adjusting courses which may be necessary due to interruptions caused by the war program and the influenza will be taken np with Individual students by a spec inl committee of the faculty which has Fraabpltii quickly SIf WITH THIS ISSUE WE EXTEND Best Christmas and New Year Wishes AND A VERY PROSPEROUSYEAR FOR 1919 resume his duties IT C Weaver of the engineering department who has been serving as president of the academic board of the School of Automobile Mechanics will return to his work Should tho School of Military Aeronautics and tho Radio Air Servico School bo closed Professors J M Bryant and S L Brown presidents of the academic boards of those respecti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 December 1918

i 11 i if > KcASOOS STATEMENT ABOTJT 5 E OWNERSHIP Or BAILBOADS My dear Judgo Sims Tho question of railroad legislation U of such vital Importance to tho county that I tako tho llborty of submit ing to you my views aa to tho course that should now be pursued Tho war Is ended and wo are now confronted with the necessity either of legislation Intelligently about tho railroad problem t this session of tho Congress or of promptly returning tho railroads to their owners Less than threo months of tho present session of the Congross remain It will be impossible I presumo to secure legislation In this short period providing a permanent solution of tho railroad problem This being true only three courses aro opon I Gov ornmont operation of tho railroads for ono year and rJno months following a proclamation of peaco which would mean in my judgoment Qovernmont operation for ft period in no ovent longer than two years and thrco months 2 the prompt Toturn of tho railroads to private controller...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 December 1918

fi > l i i f W = i i I Vi vi thin avrnv to f Thw paper ha6 enlisted fnthth tfovernment in the CarJpe of America for the 6eriod of the war THE TULIA HERALD E QLEMAN it faBSVAN Owners BirNETT OEliyAN Editor J S ENOLEMAN Publisher Subscription SI > 0 Per T > nr Entered xt secondclass mill mattir it t4ie post offlc at TolHtTcxa TULIA TEXAS December 27 1918 1NTEEEST1NO LETTER FROM P M POETEE IN FRANCE 1 Franco Nov 24 191S Dear Did I received your most welcomo letter last Friday and have not had ranch time io answer It until now This loaves no well and in pood spirits I am sure glad that tho old war has finished and know that I am not by myself I havent the lea t idea when 1 will bo home but hero is hoping that it will bo by the first of tho year anyhow Well this is the day that has been ct nsidc ior all tho boys over here to writo a letter to Dad and I am going to try and write you as interesting a Jetfer as I canT left the stites on the morning of July 30th and was on tho ship ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 December 1918

I r LOCAL AND PERSONAL Soldiers Oltt Goods AUTOMOBILE P UtOnAnDB PL Fonts w tttoir Gonoral Pershings liocooril nt Mrs Ira Ij Tucker came homo hut fyiday night from El Paso whom sho tinW loon visiting her parents for tho last two months t > bont bo 11 kicker Any old miilo enn boat you nt tho game It kfrfl Prlnco llnndcock loft Snmiiiv l morning for Burkburnott to join hor husband who has been working in the oil Holds Miss Joyco Oilloland enmo homoSun lay morning from 8 M U whero she lias boon attending school e TOR SALE Now modeP1017 rivo th lr parents Mr nnd Mrs S B Dyer I am In the kotvfnr a limited amount of Sudan od nnd state how much SHELTON Plnlnvlow Tcxas 184c Mr Otto Dinwiddlo rcturnod homo last Sundty morning from A M College where he has been in school for tho last four months Ho will return to school tho first of January Buy your Drugs fromNMjcCiino Drug tho difference in tho pricivjou would Co nnd buy War Savings Btamps with piy olsowhero I J E 8wepstou recioved a sovc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 December 1918

i r y lt > BT < 4n t V t Put your flag in the front window SaJ Time Extended to Jan 10 th 1919 but jnst join nee Two and three and more 1919 memberships in the Red Cross are not necessary one is enough and all that is expected of you When you join you will receive a 1919 membership button a service flag and a older with ten Red Cross Christmas seals Wear your button on the outside of your coat when your button is where it can be seen you wont be asked to join a second time Put your flaG in the front window of your home with on additional membership cross for each one of your family who joins If you have been a member during 1918 RENEW your membership NOW this will be your only opportunity to answer present to the 1919 Red Cross Christmas Call loin tnc Med Cross tJ allyou need is a heart and a dollar < THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY 4t t > s < Wear your button where it can be seen > I f AT > j 4f 1 rqt m H BHaBBBBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBIIBBBaBnBaUBBBBaBBBBBBBBBa BBB...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 December 1918

ITS A LONG HARD PULL to make both ends meet for the man who isnt getting the Greatest Returns for every Dollar Spent By visiting Our Store and ghincing over our Prices you will be forced to admit that we are on Your Side of the fijgh Cost Question and at least doing QuKBest to make the pulling easier for you The Tulia Grocery Co M lltWt HWIti 1 1T F BURKS dealer in ml and other older towns of that see on hnving secured many vnluablo pa s to li added to the collection fr Hamsdells purpo e Is to securo otything possihlo that will throw hi on tho oxploratlon settlement con llns of lifo and social political ceo pli and business nffnirs of tho Stato J tho soction ITo ha socured on this It tho promise of several Important ispaper files for tho collection as ll as much vnluablo correspondence fye Universitys history collodion is wdy oxtensivc as affecting some ftlcts but it is not complete If tho lyorsitv can bring the collection to jvRtamlnrri set for it Mr Unmsdcll i the collection will ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 27 December 1918

ttKxr J HAPPY ITEMS Wo hate been in tho grip of real winter for tho past wcok J C Iostor returned to BurVhurnctt Bnndaj where t o is engaged In tho oil bnsinom Urn Lloyd Garrison and children > wtat to Canyon Wednesday evening for an indefinite visit Miss Mrgarct Garrison has boon in KirVnvin Missouri for tho pas two weeVs with Dr and Mrs II T 8UH visiting Dr BUlls mother W J Wpoten returned Wednesday nlgrjt from n bnsiseo trip to Burkbur ellOur Our schools closed again Thursday on account of tho flu cases increasing ProfBaUews wife and > 0n being down with It Oqr churches wU also remain tlo od nntll further notice J TT Garrison has been in Canyon tho pnst wpek nursing the sick of that cityMrs Mrs Dooley our primary teacher is spending tho holidays in Canyon with her parents Mr nnd Mr Crowley T n Slcphcn on and W T Townsend transacted business in Amarillo Wednesday Mrs C L Goad and daughter Esta and Vesta nnd on C L Jr went to Hereford Monday evening to visit Mr Ooada sister M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 January 1919

y > to > < J RED CROSS NOTES i At n cult mooting of the Exccutlvo Oommltloo of tlio Rod Cross on Docom bor 28th for tho purposo of complotlng tho election of officers which wos begun on November 23rd tho following officers vora elected Socrotnry Mrs W 0 Crawford to crvo In plnco of Mrs 0 0 Cowan who has boon called away Chairman of Finance Committee Mr J h Cnntrcll Publicity Mrs J M Simpson Extonslon Kov Barrott Womans Work Mrs Chester Hut chison Oivilinu Roliof Mr C E Duko Junior Ited Cross Mr C L Sonc Military Relief Mr Swcpston Nursing Service Mrs N E McCune Membership Mrs 0 E Duko Conservation Mr Vf A Qrnham Timo of mooting for this eommlttco will bo at 3 oclock p m ovory first Tuesday of each month nt tho courthouse AVorkors nro needed to mnko hospital Tho loopard cant chango his spots and whitewashing wont holp tho Hun cott + + + + + + even There can be no doubt as to the merit of Cardui the womans tonic in the treatment of many troubles peculiar to women The thou and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 January 1919

H S M 9 1 + + + + + + + 4t + + + + + + + + + + a o a o D o a o E30I itmes for the New Year pure as it can be made It possesses no adulterants no useless fillers no impurities no injurious properties of anv sort It is composed of tho highest grade materials procurable So proportioned and blended they remain pure Another poUiowhieh hows that C timet U w y beyond the measure of t requTed by law is that it stays fire in the baking It leaves JW barm fd residue a > do many powders that omjiiy with tin pure food standard Tin bakings proiluiei with Calumet w 10E30C c Phone No 133 A Prosperous Good Year to all with assurance of our appreciation of your 1919 business V C R A W F0 R dP H A R M A C Y Phone 39 gu geffj > Phone 39 IBBHBBHI Housewives Now More Than Ever wifo now demands She no longor Before Realize The Importance of I wants n Baking Towdcr that is good > Purity In rood Products enough to get by the law she wants the BEST i It used to be that unscrupulous ufneturers were a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 January 1919

Y V K REft CROSS NOTES I At n cnll meeting of the Eiocutivo Commlttoo of tlio Reel Gross on Docom bor 28th for tho purpose of completing tho election of ofilcors which was begun on November 23rd tho following officers worn clcctodi Secretary Mrs W 0 Crawford to orvo In plnco of Mrs 0 0 Cowan who has bcon called nvvoy Chairman of Finnnco Commlttco Mr J L Cnntrcll Publicity Mrs J M Simpson Extonsion Hov Barrett Womans Work Mrs Chester Hut chison Civilian Rollof Mr C E Duko Junior lied Cross Mr C L Sone Military noliof Mr Swopston Nursing Service Mrs N E McCtino Membership Mrs 0 E Duko Conservation Mr W A Ornhnm Tlmo of meeting for this commttteo will bo at 3 oclock p m every first Tuesday of each month at tho courthouse Workers am needed to make hospltnl garments Tho ladies have decided to sow on Tuesdays Wednesdays and Thursday of each nook Sock and sweater yarn hns arrived and knitters nro needed as Oils work will continue until orders from head qunrtors to discontinue Dont forgot t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 January 1919

THE TULIA HERALD EHOXEMAK ft OBttYAN Owners J1AIWETT OBIIYAN Editor J S ENOlEMANrnbllKber SnbrrSptinn BJBH IVr Ycr Bntrrert is seeondcltvss mat uiattr it th iKistoftlee it TitlUTeis TULIA TEXAS January 8th 1919 Hbv you made any resolutions for 1619t The holiday season is past now for business Mako stronger efforts for the ad vancement of Tulla and Swisher County in 1919 than you did in 1019 Words are good but words backed by actions aro better Mako your resolutions pome true by doing Others aro looking to this country Aro you helping tho Ilcrald in telling of onr many advantages t Business for 1919 will be good if you will but put forth the proper efforts A good means to that end is and in tho Ilcrald The Herald wishes to number every eititen as our reader daring 1919 Wont you let us make that wish como true by adding your name as a subscriber The Heralds editor and publisher weri kindly remembered by onr many friends with beautiful Christmas cards and greetings In business we havo ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 January 1919

> 0 tf ill i r J j3Icar Qonorsyi L A Temple has accepted a pos in 1 E Swepstons abstract nn suraneo office Mr Templo is a i ble workman nnd he and Mr Swc ninko n team thats doing nothing nernrhti work and that swiftly Lieutenant Ted Bold of tho Un Mr and Mrs O A Stratton of ban Now Mexico loft Friday D bor 27th for their homo nftcr n TocETnD > eIsoW Mrs Charlos Inncs of nappy visitor In Tulln Tuosdny Soldiers aift aoods at Flynti > W Brown a progressiva farmer of Uio oastorn portion of tho county was transacting business in Tulla Wed aoeday automWle painting RicnAnDa plainview MIssEula Townsond spent thojChrlpt mas wcok end an cstoomod guestlri tho hospitable lionio of Mr nnd Mrs N E MtCuno Pershings Itoeoord at Flints 8 > Jilrs J A Northcutt and Mrs J 0 Northcutt of Flainvlow linvo boon in Tillln for thoi past few1 days visiting with their daughter and siBtcrtndaw Mrs A L ITnwkins 0i JSV J Bates nnd Ira Mann of Happy woro business visitors in Tulin Tuesday Thoy wore plo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 January 1919

tf ftW Union Made Overalls noy 195 Womens Coats at 33 13 Discount Fancy Plaid Suiting 49c yard Mens 2piece Underwear 150 Suit Womens Suits now at 13 their regular Prices 36inch Unbleached Domestic 20c yard A loely ariety of Pom Poms Eilvertones Silver Tip Cloth and Wool Velours in oh I so many pretty Styles 1500 Womens Coats now 91000 2000 Women VCoats now 1335 25 00 Womens Coats now 1765 3250 Womens Coats now 2170 Clearance Sale of Womens Suits Of Chiffon Broadcloth Wool Ve lours eurellos and Cheviots In all > tbo wanted shades 2000 Womens Suits now 1335 2750 Womens Suits now 1835 3260 Womens SuitB now 2170 4500 Womens Suits now 2985 Lovely Dresses of Serge and Silks Now on Sale toioly mid inter stjles all greatly reduced 1500 Presses now 1120 2000 Dretscs now 81196 2500 Dresses now 18 75 4000 Dresses now 2975 Faulkner Stand H J > r w T in ni > ninyi > imT UFHS l V P Bj Colors aro groy and brown and of course black and white with low and Military heels 3 50 Womens Boots...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 January 1919

r k r > ft + I fir ITS A LONG HARD PULL to make both ends meet for the man who isnt getting the Greatest Returns for every Dollar Spent By visiting Our Store and glancing over our Prices you will be forced to admit that we are on Your Side of the High Cost Question and at least doing Our Best to make the pulling easier for your The Tulia GrowryXo j I tt H < i M H t t i TFBURKS is dealer in Coal Grain and Feed Blacksmith Coal Wagon Yard and Barn in connection FHOKl 17 + + > + + JM4HW W + + + + 4M THE BTATE OF TEXAS To tbo Sboriff or Constablo of Swisher County GREETING You nro hereby commanded to publish for ton days exclusive of Iho day of I first publication nnd return dny hereof in somo newspaper of general circul Hon which has been continuously ana regularly published for a period of not less than one ycayf a truo and correct copy of the following notice towlt THE STATU OF TEXAS To nil persons interested in the ca tnto of C y Spoor deceased You nro hereby notified that V...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 9 January 1919

I y if SOLDIER BOYS ON ACTIVE SERVICE with tho American Expeditionary Force Mauro France Nov 24 1918 Dear Mother and Sisters T IH answer your most wcleomo loiter Mother this is tno day for ovcry soldier to writo to Msfather so 1 am going to write you all a letter and sign papas name I havo written Uncle Bert and Uncle John and Uncle Deo lioaeb anil I am going to write yon all too Tho con orship has been v a > enoir of our letters so we are frco to write what wo pleaso XSS > wanted to know if T had been to tho ront Xo I hayo been pretty clo e but not up to the front I have had quite a lot of experience since I left New York City The war is over now and about all the boys talk about is when we arc going to get to go home and a tar myself tlio quickest way is too slow Wo were on the ocean twelve days coming across H sure was a long tiro some trip but I have hail a good lime since I got off the boat The name of the boat was Orizaba It carried about 3i00 soldiers I fared fine as fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 January 1919

f TJ > w i 1 t v fa L P IL At tho meeting Tuosday night of Tulo Camp W O W the following ofllcors wcro elected Consul Com mandor J 0 Bass Advisor Lieutenant M B Tucker Clork N Jonc9 Bankor Barnott OBryan Escort Will Ward Manager J It Ward Watchman Will Wileman and Sontry R L Cnntrell These ofllcera will bo cnstnll cd at tho regular mooting next Tuesday night A full attendance of tho Tulln mem bcrs Is earnestly desired also visiting Sovorolgns will bo welcomed The Camp has much important businoss be foro It for tho year 1910 and a hearty support of tho olllccra elect can bo well shown by a largo attendnneo nt Oio installation > Wo aro glad to sco our friend J B Johnston on tho streets again after a recent attack of influenza Mr Johnston wns ono of tho many faithful work ers during our recent scourge Ills of forts were only stopped by his becom lug ill portnnco woro discussed and will re ccivo tbolr proper attention in duo county nnd the Lcngno Cvr ipr Norckucire om ie moss Peff...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 January 1919

BEVEM BTATES HAVE WOMEN DO NOT EXPECT LOWEIt PRICES AT HEAD Or PUBLIC SCHOOLS I SOON IN BUHDINO MATEEIAIi One of Hip most Important avenues through which tho work of rcconstruc lion nnd readjustment will ho carried forward In through thn field of educn tion In the light of thin it is slgnlfi cunt Hint three Stales on Nov 5 elect Tho Herald is plea ed to print the following interesting letter from one of our friends nnd former fellowciti tens Wo appreciate the kind words for this paper and our section We would be more than pleased to we come them back to the Plains country DcQneen Ark Jan S 1919 Editor Tulia nernld Tulia Texas Dear Sir Will you please send my paper to Horatio Arkansas Route No 2 ns we are moving from Dequecn We sure do miss our paper when it falls lo come 1t seems like we have missed n letter from home We have had lots of cold rainy weather this winter it rains about two dnvs In each week Crops were short in this country ln t year on account of dry weather but most p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 January 1919

V < n < i f 4 I > < tf ITS A LONG HARD PULL to make both ends meet for the man who isnt getting the Greatest Returns for every Dollar Spent By visiting Our Store and glancing over our Prices you will be forced to admit that we are on Your Side of the High Cost Question and at least doing Our Best to make the pulling easier foryou The Tttia rk ry Co TF BURKS Waler in Coal Grain andt Feed Blacksmith Coal Wagon Yard and Barn in connection PHONB 7 I W E PAYNE Manager P T TTTTTTTvTTt 1T V i VV V TTflHf TTlTTTTTTTtTT VtvTTTTI ITT Vv THE STATE Of TEXAS To tho Sjorlff or Constnblo of Swishor County GREETING You aro hereby commanded to publish Cor ten dnys oxclusivo of tho ilny of first publication nnil roturn day horoof In somo nowspapcr of general circulation which lbs been continuously and rogularly published for L period of not less than ono year atrue nnd correct copy of tho following notice towit THE STATE Or T1XAB To all porsonsylnjorestod In tho estate of C W Spc gr decea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 17 January 1919

THE TULIA HERALD XNOLEMAN 8r OJJRYAN Owners JUIWETT O BRYAN Editor J R ENOLEUAN Publisher Stibiftrlptinn 1 SO P r Y r U tha ivim omP t TiiIUTms itfr TULIA TEXAS January 17 1010 The spread of tho Bolsheviki is bo coming alarming Tho United States Argentenla Portugal and other coun triofl arc feeling its blighting effects This is not ft rnlo of tho people but a rule of rrimlnnls and jailbird and de serves tho very strongest methods in curbing Tho Supremo Council of tho Poaco Congress has been In cession in Taris this week President Wilson and tho other rreat and brainy men of the world are thero gathored The whole human race awaits hteir decisions with anxiety Let God and tho proper lovo for the right of humanity prevail and all will be well with tho world In tho exercise of the right to vote In Texas tho payment of tho poll tax on or lieforo January 31st is ncf e < ary By law the women of Texas will be allowed a vote this year and this payment of poll tax applies to them Statewide...

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