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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 5 April 1918

i r > f i p AlltheYear Tourist Rates TO 3 Mineral Wells Corpus Christi Hubbard City and Marlin Texas AGENT Tnlin Texas Phono S5 H H B S1 19 19B ISm tiHBHfflnnnuHHHnuHnHnm SOBS Why yon should use Cardui the womans Ionic for your troubles have been shown in thousands of letters from actual users of this medicine uho speak from personal experience If the results obtained by other women for so many years have been so uniformly good why not Clvc Cardui a trial Take CARDUI Womans Tfie Tonic Vll Mrs Mary J Irvin of W W llen Va writes ff About Jl years ago I suffered untold misery with female trouble bear inedown palm hed tche numbness I would go for three wades almost bent double mj husband went to Dr for Cirdui After taking about two bottles I be tm going around and when I took Mute bottle I could alt my work ESO k D MALLORY General Auctioneer Jjt opc n dntes see or phone J 0 La > ado at tho First National Hank Tulla ffulia Texas Win F MILLER LltBAI BSlATE AND INSUKANCi RfiiTAIS LOA...

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

TakeAnotherPunchatthelaise fe There are not 100 per cent of the people patriotic but everyone who desires can be lOO per cent patriotic Dont forget to be at the Court House at Tulia Monday April 8th at 2 oclock p in Coopers Garage and Machine Shop THE KANSAS CITY MARKET REPORT Kansas City Stock Yards April 1 Smaller supplies of cattle bogs and beep all around today a loss of 7000 cattle 27000 hogs and 21000 sheep as compared with last Monday Here 12700 cattle 13500 bogs and 1500 sheep a decrease of 700 iattle 1600 bogs and 5500 sheep from last Monday Trade Mas active at higher prices in all branches Native steers 1420 Pulp crs 1410 stockers 1250 Colorado lambs 1010 All April record prices Railroad service still improving resulting in an early clearance Beef Cattle Smaller receipts especially in Western Pulpers indicating close shipment of the remaining supply to all Western markets was reflected in an early demand at strong to 10c higher prices Natives sold at 1420 just L35 above B ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 April 1918

in i > t f WARSAVINOS STAMPS I83UFD BY TII UNITED STATES COVERHMEHT Tlio Surgeon acncrnl of tho Unltoil jtalos Army having mmlo certain vory oeont demnnds of tho Red Sross NurB ng Scrvlco Department to bo complied fitli by Juuo 1st noxt tho Rod Cross porson present will bo glvon an oppor bo mot proldod you lend jour assist unco It being utterly Impossible for us to eo ench person Individually nnd ox plain wo would bo glad indeed If you onld so arrango to meet with us In ho County Court Room next Saturday ftornoon nt oclock when overy as dovlsod whereby tho demand may unity to assist iu tho promotion of his mutter MRS ANNA S JONES Chairman Nursing Scrlco Department MRS JENNIE SIMPSON Ooncral Class Socy nnd Treasurer Nursing Servico Department MRS CARRIE BASS MRS BEItNICE PORTER MRS BESS KXOUS Committco on Arrnngomcnt Nursing Sorvlco Department WS B ont fall to bring your iron and lj to mo Will pay 1000 por ton rap iron nnd 1100 per ton fori M H W SIMMONS l w + sMKi + hone Wo 46 Vo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 April 1918

WEEKLY WAR NEWS DIGEST Stories cf ActirlUet and Conditions Throughout the United 8Ut i and On tie Battle lYonta from Washington D O Ordnance D p rtment rrovides i Course rrcparod to Train Men for Standard Oars for Field TJro j Technical Employment Among tho standard motor chicles be A war emergency course to train so ing provided by tho Ordnanco Depart loetod men for machino shop occupa rocnt aro tho following lions blacksmithing sheet metal work The nmmnniUon trnck which has a ing and pipe filling has been propnr rteel body designed to accommodate oil by tho Federal Hoard for Vocational parking boxes of any typo of ammuni Education and will be distributed to the about S 00 i nunds and is eapnble of mnVing It miles an honr under favor jit lc road condition The 6 ton artill ir 1nrtor weighing tf000 pound and with a four wheel drive truck chassis 11 tr ii j reconnaissance car a 1 ton Under the agreement with Spain that tr k rapable of a p < 4 < fr < 30 tonIltlon pe free expor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 April 1918

i F I < K B B B B B a B B B B B B B B a a a B B B B B B B B a BBBRBBBBBBBIfl Excursion Rates TO DALIES TEXAS GENERAL ASSEMBLY CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN OIIUROII May 1022 1018 TO AUSTIN TEXAS KNIGHTS OF TEMPLAR OF TEXAS April 1018 1018 AGENT ilrj as I > flB flfl flB B flB a B H Tulia Teiis Ihone 55 b B B B IBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB Women Hero Is a message to Buffering women from Mrs W T Prlco of Public Kj I sut ferM with painful stio x rl I rof down with n wc i th s In ray back aril ltm > felt liclples ond dlfi cour in J 1 hail about plv i up lio 5 of over being well niitn when a friend In Lted I Take The Womans Tonic I began Cardul In a Bliort whllo I eavr a imhed difference I r cw stronger right alon and It mi d ii < p I am stouter than I i havo bi a la yean jk If j < vi m t you ran jgj T r m XV ell mi n cri 1 lito what It 11 BtronK and 7 i usands of wo p o Cnidui I prou It should heir < i Try Cardul At oil H D MALLORY General Auctioneer t or open dates aoo or phono J 0 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 April 1918

This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war TK TULIA HERALD ENOLEMAN OBRYAN Owners BARNETT OBBYAN Editor J S ENOLEMAN Publisher Stil > f rripinn SI OO Per Ycnr Entered as sHvindcJavs mill matter t the post ollire at TullaTexa < TULIA TEXAS April 12th 191S SNAPSHOOTEBS Pnt Swisher County and Tulia on the Map to do their duty towar dthe community tho government tho Church and sometimes even toward their children you do itt What American eau bear to think of his nock going under the galling yoke of German rule The very thought of it fires thy soul with a patriotism that thnllsj it with a passion unspeak able Then Strike for your altars and your fires Strike for the green graves of your ires God and your native land WSS Every Americans Duty To work economize and lend money to the Goi eminent is the duty of every Amaru an Hundred f thousand of our men have been called to arms and taken away from the productive forcos of the couutry ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 April 1918

t < 6 > S LOCAL AND PERSONAL ft 0 P Bjogron tho gonial nuctioneor of Kress a visitor In Tulia Bntur day night Ho waa en routo homo from Amnrillo whoro ho Attended tho moot Jug of tho Northwest Toxas Auctioneers Association Ho reported that ft pleaiiant mooting had boon held much bualnosti had boon promptly altondod to nnd a ronJ aoelnl tlmo on joyod A number of stirring patriotic talks wcro mailo boforo tho association by Judgo Thos F Turnor W II Fnqua anil otliors Bpoeial wirowrapped garden hoso 50 foot longth for fO O MrsS D Dyor 15tfc VXSiOur Ascotyliuo Welding 1ms just boon installed Wo can mako tlio brolton parts of mnchlnory as nnd your good e + u bottor than now Hlghwny Garage Messrs II M ami George Ciss of thH southwestern portlim of tins country wore businesa visitors in Tulia lust Saturday Little loo Dean Rico was quite slek this wcok but is much bottor at this writing Miss Noll WoBt clinperonod a number of her pupils Thursday afternoon for a picnic in tho Palo Duro ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 April 1918

RHasaBBDiDSBBDIBBanBQBQriEnEQDCBaBBBBBBa3 R B R B B n B U n B U H H H B B > H n a a a n a a a a a a M a a a a a a a a B S + s was + THE KANSAS CITY MARKET REPORT Knn os City Stock TarK April S The western receipts of rattle started in licbt while hops increased materially and sheep were normal Here 11 000 cattle 1300n hops and 6500 sheep n lo t of 1 00 cattle 5500 hops and fair gain in sheep compared with last Monday Cattle and sheep prices opened higher while hop declined sharply Native steer up to 1510 Colorado pulrers 1475 record high price and fed lambs 2060 all April record prices Beef Cattle Dwindling of supplies of beef cattle in lie West which is more apparent ear day resulted in another sharp upturn In prices here in the face of an irregular market in Chicago Natives sold it tlTilo iml Colorado pulpers 14 75 26c aiiui former trCraeord Packers are buying lyrfrfw rj little better Oianjtjsi riMit high prttMButek r flnn to 16 eenta higher mii 1S6F We are in hearty sympathy w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 April 1918

Jf1 K a i a a a a r h s3 j Bay Mare 7 years old extra good bred to jack 1 Bay Mare 5 years old mule colt at side 1 Sorrel Mare 6 yrs old Mule colt at side 1 Sorrel Mare 6 years old in i oal by jack J Black Mare smooth mouth in foal to horse a Brown Mare 5 yrs old in foal by jack r 1 Sorrel Horse 5 years old 1 Grade Shire Stallion 7 years old 2 Bay Mares 3 years old 2 Horse Colts 1 year old 4 Filly Colts 1 year old 2 MULES 2 1 Span Extra Good Mules 2 and 3 yrs old 88 HEAD CATTLE 8 10 Good Milch Cows 5 with calves by side 23 Whiteface Range Cows 4 5 and 6 yrs old 17 with calves by side 6 Yearling Steers 19 Yearling Heifers 1 Good Hereford Bull 3 years old 11 Good Hereford Bull 2 years old 16 Twoyearold Heifers all of good milch stock 9 8 1 Jf HERE IS WHAT WE HANDLE oal 1 Posts Wire S lt Flour Meal Allis Field Seedsand all kh I of Cow inds J orse and Hog Feed Farm = Imple ents Wagons Windmills > pe and Stock Tanks We also want a chancjV > anything in the grain and 8eedfiyir n ana...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 12 April 1918

There are no 100 per cent of the people patriotic but everyone who desires can be lOO per cent patriotic Buy Liberty Bonds We Fix Automobiles Right Coopers Garage and Machine Shop Phone 124 AT THE METHODIST OHUBOH Sandfly school at 1000 a m J E Bwepston superintendent Preaching at 11 a m and 845 pm Bnbject at 11 The Purity and Privileges of the Church At S45 The Christians Inventory Junior League at 330 p m Barnes Mount and Davis Supts Senior Lesgoe 745 p m Swcpston superintendent Barle ter president W M S Monday 3 Ofi p m M O Stanford President Pro or meeting and choir practice Wcdn s lay 645 pm The Sunday school Institute conducted by Ke B L Nance was greatly enjoyei bv all that attende His Mes Mrs Por Mrs topics were full of information and helpfulness He is a pastmaater in the work that he undertakes Any Church is fortunate in having hiPv4 spend as much time with i ft i potifehi for him U > do W are only too ton that su si ii cssing duties prevents ncay Jrm giving him that ai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 April 1918

1 1 BM H 1 a flB B flB < < WSS TORSAVWOSSTAMPS ISSUED BVTHtt UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT JPTDS ROUND UP HAS FINE WESTERN THRILL Situation Worked Out In Stirring shion by Tom Mix nnd Splendid Supporting OaBt lynopsla Cast of Characters f telly Tom Mix rCcllyLarrys father EBTllotn Baldwin Wandn Petit ml Roy Wntson J 0 blood With 1000000 each thoy B turned to Now York married ongag H i in scpnrnto businesses and each beg tho parent of a child Whilo still H i Lnrry Kolly and Helon Bald B lotrothod as n pledge to tho B ondship of tholr fathors J wins movo to Paris Larry B ich timo on his fathers ranch B Jontana Helon becomes socrctary JJ her father nnd eventually to gives H or his ranch in Now Mexico which sho H E B a H a B od Bird Jt 17 Larrys fathor insists that 7 renew his botrothal so ho writes to Prodded by their senso of duty parents they agrco to wed year Each docides to have J mo during the yonr wcoks beforo tho dato of tho age tho Baldwins snll for Now rk Larry learning of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 April 1918

B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B I IIB IIB B B WEEKLY WAR NEWS DIGEST Stories of Activities and Conditions Throughout Uia United States and On tho Battle Fronts from Washing ton D 0 07710 Men Excused from Military Scr i tiltiirnl prodn tinn it is tlio intention of vice Tinder Vocation Provisions War Department to grant furloughs Under provisions of tlio selective to enlisted nwn to enable thorn to en service law making specified vocations go in farming during tlio pre cnt sci n ground for oxemption or discharge on Commanding officers may grant npart from tlio necessary industries such furloughs within prescribed rules dealt with b tho district boards 07730 men were excused from military duty Of tho men oxemptied 1065 woro Federal or 8tato officers ministers 3S < 0 divinity students 3144 in the military nnd nnval service l S22 County and municipal officials numbering 6S9 wore discharged customhouse dorks 171 mail employees 1470 arsenal workmen 2359 Federal employees d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 April 1918

fv nniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM Nl 0 W DAVIS AGENT Tulia Texas Ilioiiti S3 gBHHBHBHBBBBBBHHBB Excu rsion Rates TO OALVESTON TEXAS MEETING TEXAS BANKERS ASSOCIATION May 1MB 1018 TO WACO TEXAS ANNUAL MEETING TEXAS PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION May 2123 1018 B a 1BBBHBBBBBMBBDBBBBBB MttIIIITIlIinlIiTI1 And Blackleg kills the calf that should grow to feed our fighting Sammies You Merchants Can help check the blackleg ravages by ordering GermFree Vaccine made by the Purity Biological Laborator y ies for your farmer trade from L Klous Son Ilionc or write orders lo Uiein Tulia Texas BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY Case Tractors represent the highest development of tractors They are the pioneer tractors of America They are backed by threequarters of a century of successful experience in manufacturing farm machinery They area proved success not an experiment Case Tractors are fully tested before they leave the factory They must develop power in excessof their rating They must qualify for the h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 April 1918

aotaoc This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war THE TULIA HERALD HNOLEMAN OBRYAN Owners BAENETT OBRYAN Editor J 8 ENQLEMAN PublUhar S > k > rripioa SIMl Prr Tmr Entered oa eonrfeli mall matter il the post o01c at TnlUTexos TULIA TEXA8 April 15th 1P18 tXATrXOQTMMM T Iwleliar Oosstr s4 TaUt m tfce Kay What do you think of the Immense rowd that greeted the pupils of the Tulla Public School and their guests from other porta of the county lut Saturday night If tho crowd Indicated the interest of the Tulia people the interest was not shown in large sheets 30E30E = In tlio midst of tho multiplicity of duties thnt hnvo been brought upon by this wnr Dallas Port Worth and Amarillo and other places throughout tho stale nro giving to the question of education a largo amount of thought and time Under tho leadership of ludgo Tom llson with the ninny teachers and wide wake true tee scattered throughout tho ounty and with tho marked increas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 April 1918

LOCAL AND PERSONAL Win FatrJg f Kl Iaso ts in Tulla visiting his slstor Mrs L L Thomas Antomobilo Falntlngand Top Building < mcitAitns i iJiiiview Hear tho sermon f or tho lod Cross nt Christian Church Sunday night 830 Special wlrowrnpped gardon hoso 60 foot longth for 050 Mrs S 1 Dyor > lEtfc Dr A L Hawkins and daughter of Vigo wcro trading with Tulla mor hunts Tuesday FOR BHNT Two unfurnished rooms iront outrance Call telephone No 100 1 lOtfc H II Bradford a wide awake Swish r County farmer was a business visit er In Tulla Monday We lave on aaad a few Spring oltee at special reduced prices an leaf M they Int Mrs S B DyerIStfc Earl OKelly who is with tho Amarillo nnrdwaro Company spent Friday and Snturday with friends In this city C O Elkins of the southeastern portion of tho county was purchasing supplies In Tulln last Snturday Mr E W Putnam and dnughtor Miss Kittle and Mrs Z H Qrissom woro visitors a Amnrillo this wcok Bruce B Kondricks of tho southwestern portion of the co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 April 1918

Notice Car Owners I have perfected arrangements with the Factories from whom I buy AUTO TIRES AND TUBES which enables me to make my customers some VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES These are Standard Goods and carry as strong A GUARANTEE as any Tires that are on the market If there should be an adjustment to make you make it with me You dont have to send it to the factory and wait a month to get a settlement I will give you a 10000MILE GUARANTEE on some tires Yours to serveS B DYER South Side of Square Tulia Texas EVEET BED CBOSS NTJBSE SAVES 600 SOLDrEHa Thin was said by one who is in slcoe touch with the Army in France and this is the proportion in men to a nurso who will die for want of caro if deprived of her assistance for tho doctors cannot do it all A tremendous responsibility rests on the Department of Nursing Many of our graduated nurses have cot yet been aroused to the realization of their re ponsibility and their great opportunity for service at the present time They are complacentl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 April 1918

Lf I H D MALLORY Tulia Texas = 5g What Do You Need I HERE IS WHAT WE HANDLE Coal Posts Wire Salt Flour Meal All Kinds Field Seeds and all kind of Cow v Horse and Hog Feed Farming Imple nts Wagons Windmills Pipe and want a chance at anything ad seed line you have to sell in the gra tomers become our boosters n ito Service and fair treat Our ment to > J 9 Will sell at Public Sale at my farm five miles North of Tulia Texas on commencing at 1 oclock p m sharp the following property STOCK 1 Span of Mare Mules 6 years old 1 Horse Mule 8 years old 1 Horse Mule 7 years old 1 Bay Horse 5 years old 1 Brown Colt 2 years old a 1 Brown Colt 1 year old g Milch Cows gi 1 Black Cow fresh now 1 Jersey Cow fresh now 1 Jersey Cow giving milk now 2 Red Durham Cows r 1 Black Cow t hitef ace Cow fresh soon 5 Pigs weight about 50 pounds each 100 White Leghorn Hens FARM MACHINERY 1 Deering Header 1 McCormick Row Binder 1 Superior Wheat Drill 1 John Deere Disc Plow 2gang 1 Moline Disc Plow 2gang 1 John D...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 April 1918

A M R M a B B n s B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B a a a B B B B B B B B B 9B B B B B B Our Government Says Save Your Money and Buy Thrift Stamps YOURC TO SAVE MONEY Hardware an We have plenty of Hardware and Paint that we are closing out At Cost In order that you may know how cheap we are selling this Hardware we give below a list of some articles with our prices and the prices of a well known reputable mail order house The mail order house sells for cash We sell for cash You guess at what you get from the mail order house You see what you get from us You pay postage and express on mail order goods PF 5 It costs no postage or express to get our goods You simply step in our store and see what we have and if our prices are not right dont buy from us Money spent with us stays in Tulia Money sent to mail order houses goes where Dont take our word for the prices but compare them with those in your mail order catalogs OUR PRICES Stove Pipe per joint 15c Putty Knives each 7c Putt...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 April 1918

CBBBT7 LOAH AMD TAX BHOTIOX VL WSS WAR SAVINGS STAMPS ISSUED DY Tim UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT Stock Tan We in the grain an Our cust Our Moi ment to all SEOTIOK TWO THE TULIA HERALD Volume 9 TULIA SWISHER COUNTY TEXAS APRIL 19 1918 M Number 16 c V X l > WTSVL itage by ScottTracy Hardware 2o All kinds of Sporting Goods > fl

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tulia Herald — 19 April 1918

I lie bo > > vho isnot Aomfc to ike Ttfav It vou could Tifeu5E Aut in dollaft aM cents his Value tovou mts as tfie amount you should sibscibe to tic Liberlv Loan You cant fmt a price on your love vntifir ffuftf 11 1S Lend t0 our Goifernmenf BUY YOUR LIBERTY BOND TODAY a This Space patriotically furnished by W F GRIFFIN Merchant jr sz ± jij VSUt t > ilz < I wonder if they care bck Rome buy your LIBERTY BOflP today irii 1 T We Care Dont You We Have Done Our Beat COOPER MERCANTILE CO Tkey ave tkeirderesi to their Country The least YOU carv do 15 > 15OND IS w T > v THE TULIA GROCERY CO This Space by CANTRELL SHOWS at v YOUR FATE UNLESS WE WIN THIS WAR BUY your LIBERTY BOND today tf m il

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