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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 March 1918

< f f > Up a f fi Aro you pntrlotict Then go nnd LOCU M > IJI UWl ljo1 I0 Cross workers Thcro I yonr tirao nml work is worth moro Mr Jnlin Scott is In Canyon tills week assisting with llio work nt tlio Olympic plrturt theatre in that city thnn money Bkoos Shoes Sho cK at greatly reduced prices Tulia Mereantllo Oo Mr W II Bates for Friday SUves u > < JHI > a I boilers at oklnhomn in answer to the of cost Tullti MurVhntilo Co niongo Mrs W H Hnlo returned Btimlny evening l iin n tislt with lior fnthor In Tonneio lie wi > improving from tlio injuries rocoivod in falling Tho father of T > r A U llni lo has bcon quite ill nt his humn in row loyi is reported is uo linproMiig the illness of hir suitor lldor 1 T Cuidnr will n cupt iho pulpit next Himluy nt tho Chureli of Christ > od > it iimtod to nt 11 i I Ho services us main ynVtu Now Top Hul Is Auto PaintinglHHalovlow v Mrs r W Scott Mr aud Mr Eighteen yearn ft tio drug business Krnk g Jr Mrlli a s Williams f...

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

WEEKLY WAR NEWS DIGEST Glories of Activities and Conditions Throughout tho United States and On tho Battle rronts from Washington D 0 War Credits Board Approves Advances of Nearly 8150000000 A statement prepared by the War Oreeit Hoard iriludee the following axpLniitinii nf it fumtions and activities When a concern that has n centra t nitli the War Department for applied ha shown the boanl that it needs financial assistance and has been ablo to comply with the act by Riving adequate Motility the board has approved an advance payment and the money has been received in many in itanccs where tho ease was urgent the money lias been paid over to tho contractor tho samo day tho application baa been filed However the board does not act in any sense as a bank It is only when the manufacturer has reached a point whero financial assist anco is needed in addition to his banking linos that application for advance payment for his goods is considered favorably by the board Between the time of its...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 March 1918

r > nHBaaBHSaHaBBBHBDIBBH B tvress Farn Sales phone or J V Texas a a a a a u a a n a a a S Mineral Wells f B i y I m 5 CorpusGhristi o Hubbard City g i a arid MarlinTexas g 3 0 W DAVIS 3 AGENT n Tfu Texas Ilione 55 aa m It Helps Tlicrc can be nrj doubt as to the merit ofCardui the womans tpnic in the treatment 6f many troubles peculiar to women Tlielhouams of women whohavc been helped by Cirdui in the past Krycani is conclusive plool lint it is a Kood medicine for women wlio sulferi It should help yoiL too Jake ifliB Womans Tonic JfSls N li Varner of uixson Tciml writes I < 4i was passinpUluoufili lief My back and sides were terriuJe and my suffering indescribable I cant tell Jilst how and where I hurtAabout all ejet 1 think I bet i l rdui and my pains crew less and less until f vv cured lam remarkably stronp for a woman W of i e years 111 do all my liousework Try Cardui today E70 General Aubtioneer l ot I10 lnt < PM or Pll0n0 SvP > First Nntionnl IlankTulIa Im ii < a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 1 March 1918

> j > X s E have purchased the Townsend Mercantile Company formerly the Faullaner Department Store and are dosing out our hardware stationery and jewelry stock at cost Co SET HENS IN CLEAN NESTS Trjt Out Broody Hen Before Giving Them Eggs to Hatch Dust ThoT onghly with Insect Powder Thm it tbe nay to set a hen As roaches for the ben io I j li oj or sit and ere is tak to look into tbe net it will be seen that there are a few soft downy feat > fn > being left there by tbe has also i > t hen stays longer on the neat what the i lling 1 mini tltS tin ni feat t whi < b js r < i ij wku h m i forelui the i i whin DiM tl pOWf I the I nt this tune and on being i < il ijuite likely rataain on i ii i i i clocking noise rnf and peeking at tbe Ainu it is noted that a ban i hi it for two or three nights < mih and that met of tho if gun frorii la r breast liiull feci ho to tin hand she j In transfers i to a net t < L prepared lor her be Tlie normal fauii rature of frru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 March 1918

p r k r tiH tig g i Wo 5 tRSAYlMOS STAMPS ISSUED BY THE UNITED STATES g COVERMAIEHT D L Koi Irml a Located in a concroto h machinery and tools of As and quality and with iful workmen ho is fully 3cds nnd wants of hU i Is growing business A ilnl gentleinnu ready do his bit for Ms uty nnd to promote every Horprlse ho fully merits tho that is attested u business by JJ llllije number of automobiles at 2 i Gnrngo and Machine Shop ouo BHQfiorth of tho public square wss Vo utnc 9 JOOPERS OAEAOE INSTALLS GASOLINE SERVICE STATION TMr 0 L Cooiicr tlio vldoawalto opriotor of Coopers Garage and Jin ilno Shop mid liia forco of ofllelout jlpors woro rpilto busy this week b ailing n now f > nHoino Borvlco sta O This now station Is a largor and 2 uptodato station that tho ono O Jias boon In use It has n capacity B umpbig five gallons at a stroko and j ubsolutoly accurate and dust proof Tho old Etatlon will bo used fort I t plng of lubricating oils IB Ir Cooper Is sparing ncithor titno H n B B B ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 March 1918

s WEEKLY WAR NEWS DIGEST 8tories of Activities and Conditions Throughout the United States and On the Battlo Fronts from Washington D C Oca Pershing Wants Kino Pair of Shoes a Year for Men Serving in rrance Ocn Pershing has requested shipment of 18300 pairs of shoes for each 25000 men monthly which is approximately nlno pairs of shoos per man per year This quantity is in excess of nctnal consumption and is being used to buildup a rcscrvo for nil troops in France When such a supply Is accumulated tho quantities per man will bo reducod The Quartermaster Generals Depart ment now has on hand and duo on out standing contracts 7504000 field shoos and 7873000 marching shoes It will be necessary to seenro more than a million Additional shoes during the year With Hundreds of Men Learning tony Accidents Are Tew Records of the War Department show that from the beginning of training in Juno 1017 to February 22 1918 the fatalities at military aviation fields in this country hnvo been 51 10 offic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 March 1918

V l > B H B B B B B R B B B Tourist Bales 3 TO Mineral Wells BB B ai Corpus Christi B H S Hubbard City 5 B aB aB B a a B B B B n and Marlin Texas g 110 110AGENT a Tiilin Texas uf f er D U u u a llionc SS aCi n BUBinnuHnaHanHasHuaB Mrs JA Cox of Al dersonj W Va writes My daughter suffered tcrtbly She could not turn in brd the doctors fCve her up and we brought her liome to die She lad suffered so much at > time Having heard of Cardul wc gotltiorlicr V General Auctioneer I or open date boo or phono J 0 U iriulo at thi rirat National Bank Tulla Tulia Texas Wm F MILLER itKAL isrAtfrVNi insurance ItKNTALSTlOAlNS HAPPY TEXAS Dennis Zipmermann Lawjer Tulia Texas C F SJOGREN A U C Tip N E E R KressJ Texas Farm Sales a Specialty Phone or write nie for Dates I Dr W > AjMorrow ItnOMS ONK SlVuIWO Over The FirstNational Ban < TKIiKIllONKS Otllce No 5 Iteildoiico No 130 TULIA PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES Work on tlio inlonslvo plan In being dono by most of our pupils mid this nlono will Insuro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 March 1918

een THF TULIA HERALD ENOLEMAN St O BRYAN Owners BAIWETT 0BRYAN Editor J S EITOLEMAN rnbllsher 4 lwr it < ion I HO Vr > m THIA TKXAS March Sth 131S Tho editor of tho atTion to got all risible of the new > cent territory Ho Herald is very is tnnob ft pos IV i ii 1 Im inlld lin this bv hlm elf and nnh through the coop oration of tho pec le can this purposo bo accomplished The Herald is of the people for the penile nn 1 no want it to bo by tho peopb Tho paper i not one sided Its aim i to print all the The amount of sugar consumed 191 in tho United States was about th SS3 pounds per capita according to figures issued by the Department of Agriculture The average annual consumption for the fiveyear period ending in 1916 was S47 pounds per capita There were about 1500000000 ounds of commercial stocks of sugar mi + h tud ATlMitaCWx gjtgomparod to t + t t + + t + SNAPSHOOTERS rut Swisher County and Tullft on the Map Hoy There Woke Up Shako off rmir slumber You have slept long enough ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 8 March 1918

p W K rV w I L LOCAL AND PFRSONAL Mrs R 1J Wester visited friends nt Plnlnvlow Tuesday VA pretty girl was born Mondny March 4th to Mr nml Mm It L Chiles V Shoes Bhocs NShoes nt groatly ro duccd pricos TnlvWcrcantllo Co Mr mid Mrs Wnltor Kicks nro now domlcHed in their now homo in West Tulln Wltlo Master V C Tr and llrady V Hagood lmvo boon qnlto ill this week Kldor Lift Sandors of Lubbock will begin a protraetod meeting nt tho Chnrcii of Christ thn first Sunday in August Mr Hancock a prosperous farmer of Briscoe county wns attending to business In Tnlla Wednesday No shoo In our hhuso at ovor 000 per pnlr Tulln Mofcantllo Co To Citizens Dont forget tho clcc tion next Thursday Mnrch 1 Ith when a commission form of government for Tulia Is to bo voted on Study tho question well nnd voto your sentiments Mrs G 0 Hutchison left tho first of tho week to visit her parents at Hero ford also to attend tho bcdsldo of her brother Nestor Onss who had been quito ill Our proscription business is gr...

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

aa B B E S B II m a B B B B H S B B B a B B a B B 9B B s a B B Tho < aaen e Men We want your COTTONSEED CAKE MEAL BRAN AND CORN CHOP as we are loading a car out of Amarillo CAN OFFER YOU Bring or this price Reference once as not hold good very long terage Amarillo Texas Amarillo National Bank ter iir < to thnll the feeling of any 1 tm for such kind and generous people on ilno t tt0 lixcs n the Panhandle God bless each and everyone of thcra of tl nli it l 0 l was ready to brave with blessings both material and aplr r r to ro on the errand thatlitual tik to Lakcviow last Friday 0 a WTATT Pastor m t > r gh the ini ation of that pi i i > f cntlemcn Be T B Sharp ai t o tv > 1 pcoj le of the Lskeview an M O re s < hool houpe communities ui nr th < guidance of Mr Frederick lc iti i fr Jim Jordan my wife anl T together with Mrs G B Brace etio r l > p < on the back seat of C G Tor Inn i Dodge to go to Lake view s < I ool 1 onw for a purpose of wht h w i Tint bee...

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

w fr i INCOME TAX MlMEn ubllshod by roquost of Government II RATE or TAX 14 What personal incomo taxes aro jiposcd upon incomo received during Into calender yoar 1017 thlln computing incomo lax liability h tlio yoar 1017 tlto normal and nddl fotnal Inonmo taxes imposed by tlio net act n nn ed upon ho much of on indl is Inr net income exclusive of that vidJved from dividends on tho enpitnl dorv < i or from the net earnings of cor stotrrl1 pintstock companies etc porntion vml tax as exceods tho subject tn llko > oxomptlon to which nniount of perHo < l < r section 7j and soho is ontltl ifotnl net incomo including much of ft eil from individuals and not thnjnlngs of corporations as oxceeds cnJiOOO is subject to tlio additional in 2fmo tax at tho grnduatd rates pro Po ribed by section 1 b f Under section 1 of tho net of Octo hor 3 1017 so much of the individuals not income cxclusic of dividends etc as oxceeds tho amount of personal exemption allowed by section 3 is subject to...

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

V a B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B VB junior B t p u The Junior B Y P U nie ts each Sutday afternoon nt 2 oclock at the Baptist mlt It Honing is the pro gram for Sundav Mmk 10th Snbje t Wori of Wisdom nnd Warning Lead r Horsre Linrllcy Song Sorure Bcnteme prayers Minutes Roll Cull Soilness Scripture reading Leader A Brief History of Our Own Church Building Franco Ramsey Bobulldinj tho Temple Willie ModdWords Words from Haggal Mabel Hale Words from Zechariah Monroe McGlaun Words from Mnlaehl Robert Mudd Closing song and prayer iiiiiiiiHiiiiir rafarVn tuning f Vtlf BRAVE SOLDIER BOY IS WOUNDED A SECOND TIME Xtr Ilonry Settlo received a telo gram last Friday morning from the Director of Becords nt Ontario Canada informing f1D1 of the wounding of his son Colon In tho battle on February 22nd Colon was shot in the right thigh On July 4th 1916 Colon was axpbix ated by gas and was out of tho service for about five months On these two the most important dates in Amer lean history Mr Settle ...

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

i M B > ft ftTWSS in tlk TOR SAVINGS STAMPS IIIVUtrTDI UNITED STATES COVERNMENT thMM18SION FOHM OF GOV ERNMENT FOR TUIIA WINS fo rel = or l + Mt e miunrs nnce ci contrncl YovJuvi JTCH2 j j THE TULIA HERALD Volume 9 MRS BAKERS RECITAL PLEASES LAROE AUDIENCE jfcport from tlio election lold Tliurn Tho school auditorium wns crowdod of g decido ns to whotlior or not lust Saturday night with nttcntlvo lis of Octl Porot undnr a Commission tenors to witnoss tlio program by ho net n no Is Initio ora ° v ° lo carries with It vidua ot Moiar A < W Stornon and 1 0 Bass ns Commissioners or 8toiirrah for Tullal Watch us growl pornUS wnmin n c < 1 cn > nl subject to liko amount of person f ST PARSONAGE ho is entitled B much of lii that dor dstlo blow last Saturday npirrohation of tlio audience as was at tested by tlio hearty applauso given was tlio best but wo can say tlint each was nil that raro talent anil uiusicnl skill could render 1rnin tlio soft sweet strains of the vlulin to th...

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

No 207 BANKS OFfidil Statement of the Financial Condition of the TULIA BANK TRUST COMPANY At Tulia State of Texas at the closo of business on the 4th clay of March 1018 published In the Tiilli Herald a newspaper printed and published at Tulla Slate of Texas on the 15th day of March IBIS RESOURCES I > oans and Discounts personal or collateral t 215751 BO lioans real estate 717201 Overdrafts 121311 Donds and Stocks 1 1050000 Heal Kstato banking house HisOOOO Other Ileal Estate v 3S312 ftirnlluro and Fixture I A 4 i4fiO Due from Approved l esero Agents not 0344010 Hue from other Hanksand Hankers subject to check net 1700000 Caihllems I 1 5S Currency I L 10WW00 Specie i 100 is Interest and Assessment Depositors Guaranty Kund 3b0700 Other Resources as follows Total 1 t 4007355s I ABILITIES Capital Stock paid Jin 1 5000000 Surplus Kund 2500000 Undivided Profits net 56SiS > 2 Due to Hanks and Hankers subject to ciiecknct > one 1 Individual Deposits subject to check f S Time Certif...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 5 April 1918

I RSAVW03 STAMPS ISSUED DY TUB WTED STATES OVEONMENT My to h > Bowie You wing hi You ii thing life n C Aomm < tho s swill in ii dca s No 46 Ho Volume 9 ANT NOTICE TO ALL WHEAT HOLDERS Sienl holder is by tlio gov nit ou tho market nil wlicnt i pxcojit what ho will i > or il for seed At present It lo to soil surplus wheat to I fnrmen for seed to bo in but for need only When tlio following eortlficnto ilrcd of tlio buyer Unto 0 certify Hint I linvo tills dny from licat I ngrco not to uso nny purpose except to jiremliov or premises Signed julil dellvor by mall or ertlficntes to tlio county rntor lent reserves tlio right licnt at nny time V A GRAHAM id Administrator ier County Texas rs and Patron itic Lcaguo County g Idny April 12th Lot ONE Director TTJLIA BAPTISTS TO HAVE SERVICE FLAO PROGRAM Tho Senior 1J Y V V is n most enthusiastic and patriotic body of work on Always on tho ulerl to do tlioir duly socially and religiously they foci tlio call of patriotism as Bttmig So havin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 5 April 1918

B B K n B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B n Swat the Kaiser We are in hearty sympathy with the above Statement and will be closed during the hours of the Liberty Loan Meeting at the Court House Monday April 8th at 230 pm We hope to assist in swinging another big swat in this the third Liberty Loan TRUNNELLS GARAGE advantages that recommend it for su a highway nni it these ad van Snty fFarwell to Estellino like a busylee hive working and talk lag for the great Cutoff Highway With the vast tutomobile travel and the large number of trucks that arc coining nto use among farmers this Highway 4S worth rrore to the counties than a railroad Why should not every man in every noofc and corner of these counties do the aamct There is not a man that lives in these counties but what will be benefited by the highway Will fou use the good thing that other citirens of the county are making possible and you not pay your partt Oct out of your hole shave up fall in line ard be a man You have no right...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 5 April 1918

Is m X t > 1 Gray Mare 1 Gray Mare 1 Bay Mare 1 Coming 2yearold Filley I Horse Colt One nice Oak Bedroom Suite Leather Bottom Dining Room Chairs 1 Dresser L Sewing Machine And a lot of other Household Ar ticles Employment Service nius to Supply Tarni Workers K I ii ni s r i > h isiun t lit i I I in p u t t f ihe Immlreil M I llti 1 Slitos luipIo I i i i niii of the pinik for in tin tin labor requirement of tho f n S nl field agents aro being nt nit districts whore oeuto farm I it r 1 nrti i exists or whoro tinusu i v ii jo numbers will bu nceilod K 1 tv bulletin will be issued in > vi ii 1 i iiiiiintirH for fiiriii employ ii i i ii I tin niiils of Iprtain districts will bo litcil Posters nimouneing tho lot ation of Vodurnl nud Stalo emplov ment oflli cs aro boing hung in post ofllrr rniluiiy stations and other public plU IM All tlnrl mid fourth class post ofllcos of wlui h lure aro 65000 nro now mi tn < n i I firnilubor Clliployineiit oQlcoD Dunn ili him cat seasiiii in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 5 April 1918

D o Q o + Thw piper has enlisted with the government in the caufe of America for the period at the war THE TULIA HERALD NQLEMAN OBRYAN Owners BARNETT OBRYAN Editor J S EKOLEMAN Publisher Snbcriplinn SI00 lrr Yrnr KnUreti as scconticla mall matter it the post nlUce at TnllaTexas TULIA TEXAS April 5th 1018 Tulia is great in advantage Ilomo seekers wonld do well to visit this place boforo deciding to loeato elsewhere It is true nl Texas is great but thero are somo places more desirable in which to live than others Swisher Oouuty has the natural resources and Talis offers advantages to tho home seeker that cannot be found elsewhere Come to Tulla WSS Tho monument that is rnot lasting is nottho one that is bnilt with hands but it is daily being built by good deeds in the lives of men ws s Subscribe for Tho Tulla Herald IOC D o OE30I IOC 30E30E OFFICE PHONE 04 RESIDENCE PHONE 101 + < Phone 70 file n busy V > and are in position to The one who advertises only once In a while does not ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 5 April 1918

rf > s K 4 i LOCAL AND PERSONAL J W Mount and family aro now omfortably domiciled In tho aid Tow U houoo In East Tulia which Mr Uount has recently purchasod liberty Loan mooting Uonday aftor noon April 8th at the Court Houso In Tntl at 330 oclock Como I expect to pnt in a large portion of 7 time in Tulla looking aftor piano ales and alto tuning li will pay you te see or write me II 0 Maxwell Clifford Itnnklna ono of tho noblo soldior boys nt Camp Travis is nt homo on a furlough visiting his par onta Mr and Mrs 1 II Hanking midl Ini many friends Messrs Lipscomb and wives nro now nt homo in tho house In North Tulin which wns recently vacated by 1 W Uount and family BOMIJ DAY NHXT WKlHC tho Tulla Town Team will piny tho High School Team n gnmo of baso ball Watch for tho date and bo sure to attend Admission 25 cents or more if you havo It Tho proceeds will bo donated to tho Swisher County lied Cross Chapter Our Ascctylico Welding has just been enstnllcd Wo can mako tho broken parts o...

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

H tlB B B a B B B a B B B B B B B 5B 5B B flB flB flft We Will Close at 4 o clock p hi After April 8th 1918 Complying with Government regulations we the undersigned Banks of Tulia Texas on and after April Sth 191S will open our banks at S30 oclock a m and close at 4 oclock p m mvWIW > We ask that all customers take notice and govern themselves accordingly for these opening and closing hours will be strictly adhered to jnalt shcwir thev tSMSOSttfU HBSCShmx First National Bank Tulia Bank Trust Co IBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBZ METHODIST MISSIONARY STOTETT The Methodist Missionary Society net is business session Monday afternoon and the quarters report was by far tho best the society has ever made Tho ladies fave Interesting items from Missionary Bulletin in answer to roll call and among them we were especially glad to hear that Miv Lehn Bobcrts is returning to Mexico to reopen tho normal department of our school in Salullo Another message of good news gien is that our missionaries wh...

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