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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tyler Morning Tribune — 10 November 1918
i. I«í • • ' TP'.** # * *\-r. VÍT O°o0,;j e"*? O O %• o Ce o As **• <v o . ••'•<'• o áw-:i •ff.vsu :s oa';I Í' *AS* •< 2:30 P. M o e •% •,ó*0 •. . ííinrtttnn ©rtbmtr 4H -ÜSB VOLUME II. f-.•: A. MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS m j— (0> C> P ©o ^3 Ooo O O o TYLER, TEXAS, MONDAY, NOV. 11, 1918 Number 1 91 ARM1ST1C ^0° „ °° oC s 2 Vo £ , ° O. ©■tftVp'Ar ENDED -AT <•? ° °0° Ceased At Six O'clock This Morning TODAYWAS THE GREAIÍSI ! DAY IN HISTORY OF TYLER By th^^gSoeiatecl Press. ° Washington} Nov. 11.—The world-war will end this mórmng at 6 o'clock Washington time or 11 o'clock Paris time: °The armistice was signed by the -O O O ® q t German i^presentatiyes at midnight. This announcement?was made by the State De- partment at¿2:50^o'clock this morning. The an-! ~) ^ ^ O 0q0O 0o O O W J nouncement was made verbally by an official of the I State Department inc this form: Q 0 0 J 00 I "The armistice has been signed. It was signed at five o'clock Paris time." The terms of vthe armi...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tyler Morning Tribune — 10 November 1918
TYLER MORNING TRIB IQRNII UNE We are glad to learn that the arm. istice news is not to be censored. o Yesterday, trade in Tyler was lively and especially so in the afternoon. It is claimed that a man at Lufkin was charged $3.60 for a cottontail rabbit pie. The kaiseer will be forced to step down and out. Even Germany in turn- ing against him. o Anybody can build roads but any- body can't build them right or build them at a reasonable cost. The Yanks are pouring a hot stream of lead on the Germans as they hustle along the road in the direction of home. « A special t othe _Tri'ounc yesterday the kaiser had abdicated and if so, he is now a private citizen and a mighty sorry one. o The next U. S. senate will be repub- lican by 2 majority and the house will be republican by 46 majority. The democrats were hit hard in the recent state elections. o The good roads commissioners in this district have had a time of it to find a suitable man to superin- tend road improvement. The truck and fou...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tyler Morning Tribune — 10 November 1918
First Baptibt Church A New Maxine Boots '.V- have just received by exp.c., of New Maxine in the new T-iupi' colors Price . ... _ . $14 00 'I'lu'J' are beauties. We also have a beautiful Mrey boot, nine ineh top. Welt soles, leather Louis heels. Prices $lu.du, $12.UÜ and. Í1L00 We have them in different widths. We also have a new dark grey cloth to]) walking boot—specially priced $5 q„ Buster Brown Shoe Store Tyler West Side Sq uare "i do not think much of a man who is not wiser to-do? W thon ho wot yesterdoy." Tomorrow if. in the mean- time. you visit our Cafe. PROVE YOUR WISDOM BY DROPPING IN FOR YOUR LUNCH TODAY. LIBERTY CAFE South Side Svuare (i. V ELT1FE, Prop. Phone 1050 v I ! ! Furniture an Investmnet Paying constant dividends of satisfactory service in these days, every dollar spent must render a good account of itself. As govern- ment securities are an investment of permanent character, so, too. is Hood furniture as investment tha saisfies. When you buy furniture from this s...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tyler Morning Tribune — 10 November 1918
f am—mm* BIG CLOTHING SALE No matter by what standard you have been accustomed to measure clothing you will find none better than that which we have set for our ir-en't and young men's clothes. They are marked by a skill which only the best tailors can approach. They provide a genulune treat in ready-made garments, for they are made right and priced right. Furthermore, they afford a wide choice of styles, fabrics and patterns. •% Over 400 Suits consisting of the following well known brands which will be sold during this sale at less than .WHOLESALE COST. I kAAAA A A A AAA AAA * , Society Brand Clothes f^r young men. Sincerity Clothes for young men. Fitform, made by Ederheimsr Stein & Co. Hirsch-Wickwire Co., clothes All sizes up to 50. Values to $40.00. Our price $17.00, $20.00, $22.50 and $25.00 In this complete stock of men's suits there are not more than 3 of them alike. Some Blue Serges in the lot Extra Special One hundred Wool Mackanaws, values 12.50 to fo.00, our price, ea...