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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 15 November 1918

CCS o o r « o • o - AGE FOUR TYLER DAILY COURIER-TIMES — to eo(£ P/ Last French Town Takeif By Texans • As Hostilities Stqp O O Houston, No\ . 15. u-ii the^iiHtory of the g^atent war In written, it Will l,v recorded thut the last trench t fall into American hands before hon- 1"'jj; 'j''1 wiw l*#' t'>wn ol Sanity, on the MeUHejjiiorth 01 Verdun, and only a short distance from the Lux- emliuix border. It is repen ted from the front that as the church bells of Ste- nay tolled the hour of 11. on .Monday morning. troops of the '"'W Division were j>ourintf0into the town. For ever after Texas hearts will boat high when Stenay Is nieutfOnM The 90th Division is a Texap-Okluhomtt draft organization and was one of the first divisions <>| the n> national army to go over. Practically all Houtson hoys who went w it It the first draft call ot Sept., and m etilo suliseqiii nt > calls through the winter "1 r.il" and © Q o spring of 191 s, art' in Oh* ¿fifth par- ticularly In the Sf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 15 November 1918

®*o> TYLER D.' o O O O O ir DAILY CO.URÍER-TIMES 1 11 i.. == •\> O TEETH CP* & have more to do with the general health than most people recognize To insure keeping the teeth and mouth in a healthy con- dition it is necessary to Use a Good Dentrifice In Con- junction with a good tooth brush All the familiar brands of tooth prepara- tions in stock and a large selection * of Tooth Brushes Also Mouth Washes, Milk of Magnesia, Dental Floss, Etc. IRION DRUG COMPANY We are Proud . • . *oK," n' tesa&s "'•* m 1 y ier ********** loo Late lo classity ********** l-'OIt SALIO—Kord roadster at a bar- gain; In ffood condition. Muster Brown Shoe,, Store. 6M CliR HKNT A nice office room, over Buster Brown Shoe Stare. Apply Buster Brown Siioe Store. 69 WANTED—Two or three furnished light housekeeping rooms. Must be fairly close to business secitou. Ad- dress "C C care Courier-Times. Co SSSH * * K * * * fEKlSOiSALb *••*** * * Judge J. W. .Vitameraid lrom Dallas last night. returned Mrs. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 15 November 1918

'K) sir Oo O $> TVLER DAILY COURIER-TIMES O- Official statement of the financial condition oi the p A People's Guaranty State Bank ¿V <j0>) O a" . <■ Tyler, State of Texas, at the clone of buainetMt on tlx lift 4ay cf Á'®veB°ft yei lltlh, published In the 1 ylftfi Daily Courier-Tim©#, a nownpaper pilotea ¿¡ published at Tyler. Stute of Texas, on^li.- 11th day of NoTemImt, .jíflíj, fc lUáHOirHfKS. v oO°-> CD Lewtot. and discounts, pergonal oi_ collateral Lonas. real estate .9 i •verdraí! - t War afaviugt. Stamps o #ther bond" Ó .°. Liberty bonds C«rtfl&nti<s of indebtedness H«il «¿átate* m Ogtook in Kedeial Reserve ank i Halles, Texaa, (9 j^r cent ttf nub.) - Furniture and fixtures tf._ JL| Due from approved Iteaerv ArenU. net ,--Tr.... Lawful reearve with the Federal Keaerve ask. Dalla*, Texje .... Due from other banks and bankers subject to afecwk, m . Caah item*. •. . .m .^9. ,, Currency 8P Interest «ad assessment IVpocilor'a Ouaraaljr Kuad ... Cotton acoapta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 15 November 1918

z'.zzo CD : a ' * ■ tSS • • TYLER DAILY COURIER-TIMES W. E. KIDD SPECIALIST . ON ALL LONG STANDING AND CHRONIC DISEASES I USE ALL UP-TODATE REMEDIES, AS SERUMS, BAC"rer,"'p ORGANIC EXTRACTS, MEDICINES, VIBRATION, MASSAGE, ETC. Pile® Cured Without Operating WILL PAY" ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS FOR ANY CAfcÉ ai FILES f PAIL to CURE. iré ©£<&&&) Wo Mmitm* If® SaftsoSU© A<eML Cavitary. Ne fcáüdíwssí*#. W Ite tfcosijSwf Jm W*m W fc si Bsasüisfí I Mm Cura Fistola, Finares and Raptare Witheat Using the 3 O. Free Consultation and Examination Off lea Hours from 8 a. m. to $ p, m«~-Sundays 9 to 12 Calls Made Only After Office Hour*. OFFICE UPSTAIRS NEAR COKBE DJftTJG S ORE. WEST SIDE OF SQUARE, FOR RENT t KOK KBNT—Furnished room; all con- venlences. 1 South Hroadway. 65 IMAMAMfla I rH MILK KOK KENT I«irge upstairs room, 2 closets, with board? Apply 1Ü5 South Bois d'Arc. Phone 348. 66 , lost and found LOST—Ono iron ay horso* sfcé yeant old. Lett my ho cae 2 miles west pi Tylor m Vox...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 15 November 1918

ao c= .¡fO o' aíght ©8® =&: © rap UnaSTff"-7 - «*" . TYLER DAILY COURIKR-'riMES C3 ftr b # <D © i <-'h ®ís7-,v. 'i'r.'iD © O o o o o 0 p I iS© '• oc O o n. o f ■ ■) c sc^ G (O, o PALACE TODAY 10c-20c 10c-20c • JUST LOOKY! -Varfíty in bunches and quality—A Thrilling Continuation of America's # ®s - ' Serial— ' ® "THE EAGLE'S EYE © Marguerite % Was. J, Flynu (recectly retired) chief of U. S. Secret Service. ««3 O 0 0(5ii' 0 That Notorious Fatty" ^ /^" - '..A O o G|P AND G O Mabel Normand —IN— c:-JV O "HE DID AND HE DIDNT AND i>r O The Official War Review The Beat Ever—Presenting "A Bridge of Ships" The Most Interesting Tiling you have yet seen, and "Uncle Sam's Pay Day" He's a generous employer, and you'll marvel at his wonderful system. .O 10c 20c TOMORROW 10c / 20c A Whole. Regiment of Favorites, Come and see— Carlyle Blackwell, Evelyn Greely, Muriel Ostriche, Jack Drumier "C And Many Other Stars Twinkle in Ifi THE ROAD TO FRANCE 99 +■ [£mAke>ygu glad you ax©a Americ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 27 November 1918

ff <• CO CP "*1 (§) O OttUr ° M CO •° F XJ) o 9 Stntrs •_ IS i o VOLUMEN XXl. EIGHT PAGES TYLER, TEXAS, WEDNESAY, NOVEMBER 27,1918 NUMBER 74 I TYLER BUY ON GASUAiTY LIST I o:/, vjcr "X"' vBy Associated Presa). Washington, Nov. 27.—The following casualties are reported b* the com manding general of the American Ex- peditionary Forces: Kiiifcd in action, 71Í. Visaing in action, 184. Died of disease, 347. Pied oi wounds, 176. Di d of airplane acj'.dent, 1. \Vu\¿nded severely, 119. >Vti!iMi(d, degree undetermined, 112. Wjunded slightly, 240. Total 2402. Killed in Action. Corporal— Bruce Cobb, Iowa Park. •Privates— Joe G. Dearman, Plains. Pablo Marinez, Grego. Egbert P. C. Fulton, Blooming Grove Frank H. Bray, Houston. John T. Pate, Blackwell. Torlief Wollum, Cranfills Gap. AT ert H. Geistweidt, Does. Robert Ray, Fort Worth. Gus A. Schraeder, Lorena. Ira 15. Stacey, San Antonio. Harold W. Stanley, Fort Worth. John W. Weisner, Rosenberg. Died of Wounds. Corporal— jBresig T. Wasson, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 27 November 1918

PAGE TWO l'ÍLBK DAILY GOURIER-TIIES (Twenty-first Year.) Iff h H. A. MRS. T. B. McDOUGAL," BlOLLY HANKS, BUI Owners JTLBR H. ▲. MclViig- i Editor and Manager John R. I2u. d< u. Job Dept. Manager B W. Watts, Advertising Manager and ▲ssorJ&te Editor. 4. B. Foqnay, City Circulator itered at Postoffice, Tyler, Texus, Second Class Mall Matter. <§> O Office O c: % v u of Publication, Aveoue, Tyler Nort It (College .Texas. V • • O subscription rates on* Tew 16 00 Out Month .50 GD e® @ TELEPHONES •jptorial Rooms and Job Depart- itent - MMBess Office and Advertising 109 Department 51 Any erroneous reflection upon t lie «harttter, standing or reputation of iny person, firm or corpora*ion which may appear IB the columns of The Conrler-Tlmea will b* gladly corrected upon It being brought to the attention of the publishers. oo Hot.ihevlsra was nailed at ('antic fiui'drn ill New York City, thin wci k A d< monntration by Hociallsts lj« ur- ini; red fJaJt.s wan broken up by « •!- di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 27 November 1918

o TYLER PAIL? CQU RlER-TIMlft PAGE SEVEN FOR RENT . W. E. KIDD SPECIALIST ON ALL LONO STANDING AND CHROMIC DISEASES I USE ALL UP-TODATE REMEDIES, AS SERUMS, BACTm — ORGANIC EXTRACT8, MEDICINES, VIBRATION, MASSAGE, ETC. Piles Cured Without Operating WILL RAY ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS FOR ANY CASE OF PILES I FAIL TO CURE. No Catting. No Ligature. No Carbolic Add. No Cautery. No Chloroform. No Pain. No Stopping Tou From Work or Pleasure. I Ato Gore Fistula, Ffeiares and Rupture Without llsiug the Knife Free Consultation and Eximination Office Hours from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.—-Sundays 9 to 12 Calls Made Only After Office Hours. OFFICE UPSTAIRS NEAR COKER DRUG STORE. WEST SIDE OF SQUARE. Classified ...Ads... ! FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished rooms; close in. Mrs. S. W. Walker. 514 W. Elm. Phone 996. 75 FURNISHED housekeeping. N. Boren ave. ROOMS — For light Mrs. Kate Drake, 318 80 DALLAS LIEUTENANTS ARE SAFE IN FRANCE Mrs. C\ K. Uuddy of Tyler hits re- ceived a cable message from her sons. First Li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 27 November 1918

PAGE EIGHT TYLER DAILY COURIER-TIMES O OO 10c.20c PALACE TODAY WM. S. HART 10c-20c e -IN- "THE RETURN OF DRAW EA6AN" thia Instead of "The They got 'em mixed again and sent uh Devil's Double", but It's a Hart picture, and they're all good. I0c20c J O A REAL THANK80IVIN0 TREAT: O RR O W IW" Bcauilful 0C3CD ANNA Q. NILSSON AND o Franklyn Farnum -AND- o Herbert Standing Letter from One Of "The Boys" in EfiWpfy C9 O o IN F "In Judgment Oí" Would you confess ta murder If Homeone else wa8 charged with the crime? Or would you try to escape through the other's punishment? Decide this question by lear^újg what tin- Judge did In "In Judgment Of." A tender love story tun through the play and the scenes are tense and dramatic In the ext*m*. The acting Is beyond comp«e as the cast constats of brilliant players of undeniable achievement and distinction. Supporting the co-star are Herbert Standing, Harry Northrup, Lydia Knott, Edward Alexander and Katherine Griffiths. to® 20c FRIDAY 10c-20c © jt li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 29 November 1918

o • o VOLUME XXI. "EIGHT PAGES TYLEifc TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1918 CJCOQ NUMBER -t%> SMITH CO. B 0 Í CASUALTY LIST -'be 0S£) © <& \ y © my Associated Pre«8/ Washington, Nov. 29.—The following casualties are reported by the com- manding general of the American Ex- peditionary Forces: q Killed in action, 651. Missing in action, 409. Died of disease, 394. ■Died of woundB, 129. Died of accident and other causes, 3. Wounded, degree undetermined, 36. Wounded slightly, 87. Died of airplane accident, 2. Total 1731. Killed in Action. Coi-floral— Overton O. Perkins, Ban Marcus. Privates— Harrison B, Burns, Paria. Claude L. Jackson, ¡Klondike. Henry Is'. Kyan, Ban Antonio. George A. Zapalac, Driftwood. Cara Neighbors, Greenville. Aivin Pape, Battler. William M. Galloway, Como. James L. Wlylie, Orange. August Pouner, Hondo. Udger C. Smith, O'Brien. Lvouis C, Spangler, Lometa, Died of Wounds. Corporal— John Dickendal, Godley. Privates— Thomas Hoden, Taylor. i-iouis W. Casey, Mesqu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 29 November 1918

oo ¡"CIJ.-J s? cO e O ■ ü®" O O PAGE TWO TYUiR DAILY COURIEiriMES rfLEB HAILY COURIER-TIMES (Twenty-first Year.) -© c'^"® O CJC5 H. A. McDOUGAL, MRS. DOLLY HAÑKS, T. B. BUTLER o o H. A. ttcPou ;fi. Editor and Manager John R L u c ', Job Dept. Manager B W. Watts. Advertising Manager and Associate Bflitor. fl. R. Fuquay, City Circulator ■nterei at Postorrice, Tyler, Texas, Second Class Mall Matter. © o ° Offtee oí Publication, North College AYanue, Tyler .Texas. ,o SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Tear 16 00 One Month 60 O TELEPHONES ■dltorlal Rooms and Job Depart- ment - 109 Business Office and Advertising Department 51 Co n _ „C- CO; Any erroneous reflection upon the •haracter, standing or reputation of iny person, firm or corporation wiiich Hfukt appear In the oolumos of TJw Conrier-Tlmes will be gladly $ *• '' apon ft being brought to Ju of the publishers. ct <ÜÑÍQN am> •) c-j) I O o © ® o : © 0 THE CRUSADER8. iWti ruad now of the more Intimate story of our Holdiers aud what they did ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 29 November 1918

o0 * ' * i, ? ML TYLER DAIL^COURIER-TIMKS PAGE THREE O cOCJ c.z:. © t o no 3 © O Q CI2 Arrive o ) C o, G CD O O O o G O o o J3 i c Bonds of the Fourth lB«tM of th# liberty Loan have arrived and are ready for delivery to aubacribera at this bank—Today. ( i/w We tender our congratulation* to all Subscribers to this—the greatest popular loan In the World's history. x: 22 million patriots like yourselves subscribed for nearly 7 Billions of Dollars—J6, W,000,000—to be exact. "That the World Nay Be Safe for Democracy" Each Bond is a badge of honor aod patriotism. Call and secure yours promptly. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Sergt. Harold Johnson Meets Tyler Boys Over III France o O Mr. William C. John.so^, thy woll kntwm ronirtMá«r. living on We*i Com ilion .stroot, has received the follow- ing interesting letter from his son, Sergeant Harold Johnson, who is ift France. The letter follows: "American P. O. No. 731,-A. E. F., Frwac^ October 26, 1918. "Mr. Wiliam JolniHOn, "9UÜ W. Comuion St., "Tyl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 29 November 1918

M9KIÍ « u m I o O o O «¿9 6 ° O • «r.3 co PAGE FOUR ^r33 o° C3*^ O0 ® Men's $15.00 Suits tor Men's $20.00 Suit* i,r Men's $25.00 Suits for Men's $27.50 Suits for ! w® (§ 3? i 0 TYLER DAILY COURIER-TIMES °o O O oO O • r:3 Cts>OOO 6 ^3=3 O O -2 Q.._ ION i MEN ANO ©OIT Now is Your Oppoi funity—All Men and Boys' Suits and Overcoats* Such Makes as A. B, Kirschbaum & Co , Hart, Schaifner & Marx, Curlee Clothing Co, and the Famous "Hex" Clothing for Boys E-FOURTH OFF— I (§C. «11.75 SJS.OO $18.75 $20.65 =fc== Men's $30.00 Suits for Men's $35.00 Suits for Men's $40.00 Suits for Men's $50.00 Suits for 922.50 $26 25 930.00 $37.50 Overcoats fron $15.00 to $50.00 - - ORE-FOURTH OFF Boys* Suits Priced $10, $12.50, $18 and $21 - ONE-FOURTH OFF Boys* Overcoats, $10.00 to $25.00 - - ONE-FOURTH OFF NONE SENT OUT ON APPROVAL ALTERATION FREE SMITH & NARSH BROS. •m Football Game. Tyler High School Football to am played the Greenville High School Football team yesterday afternoon la Greenv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 29 November 1918

- TYLER DAILY COURIER-TIMES s PAGE FIVE -)fel Your Stationery is thii first intimation of your meeaag* © U B Symphony Lawn and dress your message In a manner that Jneurea a welcome ALL 8TYLES AND SI2E8 FOR ALL OCCA8ION8 SYMPHONY LAWN is the finest quality writing paper, denoting Elegance and Refinement PRICE8 60c TO $1.25 A BOX Irion Drug Co. We are Proud « rr, , to Say that -n, „ Storm \ l\ 1 V16T Our Store is --- " Vl K In order to avoid disap- pointment to any of our pat- rons from, now until Xmas we will make photos only by appointment. DENISON'S Studio PUONE 1080 - * :<•**#** # Too Late To Classify * * V * * * "f * * # •* * W'A.NTIOI)---Shotgun, gauge, double iiarrell. hunmiLikss. Must Ije a bargain I'or sh. King 4:¡, 07 Ft'It SAI.lv On' í-burner, new P<>r- i'iíC tion Oil St.ov«:. Apjijly 421 iCast I'huruwood i-U'fcct. PHIVATE GRADY SAXON HAS ESCAPED WITHOUT WOUNDS O o Mrs. W. M. Snow, living at 109 West Elm street, has revolved a letter from her brother, Private Orady...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 29 November 1918

M*. ■ ' ■ -J m>w ft ■, « ~v<P¥LER daily courier-times - ' <D if 4 £3 Opening 8:30 A.M. O East Side Snare mm <S> ® w Vsi November 30th and Continuing 15 Days Only O::;3 MXtft ÍHÍEH IMM TELEMAPl OFFICE 1 G p 0.*« c® 5 ® o&0 " ¡b| 'J -r ■■ 1 &> O 1 < © too ® • ~ 4_ o?-..-: . | I prices #u f 50,UUU worth of Dry Goods, Shoes and Ladies'c Ready- to-Wear will be cut to pieces, and Merchandise given away to the people at ONE HALF PRICE. Tlie many bargains you will note below will give you an idea what we are going to give you for your money in this big VICTORY SALE. O <3 Ó " O «] (i) <¿> O1** o á O . 0' i: ! l' ,, w-' \m ¿ : a' '■ ' ■ o." (V ll fi «l'ffll ¿ü Jt' KJ ' 1 <" *■*> ' • - i 'o, •, § >. Vol ' ¿".i ' ó'y| " ce'!I C ®' ¿ j í; #> FP ■5 .c, man . av °'-a ° ,9 r. .r - • - , . -V . a T ¿1*0 ■ <3 ' (Ve5 ó 0 <s> 120,000 stock of Me$s, Ladies, ^Misses & Children's up-to-date Shoes to be sold in this Sale Regardless of Cost. Bel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 29 November 1918

oo w o @ Q m ® ■: I sí ess @ 0© © ® ©Q( E3> TYLER DAILY COURIER-TIMES O @Q ® ® © Ci'f0 ° FOR RENT SPECIALIST ON ALL LONG STANDING AND CHRONIC DI8EA36S I USE ALL UP-TODATE RCMEDIE8, AS 8ERUM8, BACTC". ORGANIC EXTRACTS, MEDICINES, VIBRATION, MA88AGE, ETC. Pile Cored Without Operating WILL PAY ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR8 FOR ANY * CASE OF PILES I FAIL TO CURE. (~\ No Ovttlng. No Ligature. No Carbolic Acid. No Cautery.-; .No Chloroform. No Pain. No Stopping From Wor^^r Pleasure. I Mm Curt Fntaia, Fimret aid Raptan Without Isiig Mm Kaife Free Consultation and Examinatien Office Hours from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.—Sundays 9 to 12 Calls Made Only After Office Hours. OFFICE UPSTAIRS NEAR COKER DRUG STORE. WEST SIDE OF SQUARE. ...Classified ...Ads Classified are One Cent per word for three inser .ions—minimum charge 25 cents, Copy tor Ads b( m this department must be in the office by IÍ a. m. co insure proper classification. FOR SALE FOR SALE—My store, located 5 miles northeast of t&ndale; consisti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 29 November 1918

'* faf K OO. • D oo o0 PAGE EIGHT • *0 .fc r~= •• csskí v<e-n J @ ® @ © ■W © 10&20c % O O © o ,© o o O <$í m m ■m- y o PALACE TODAY The 2nd Chapter of the moat thrilling norial, and the most lntep^ esting^ynt seen. ® "The Hand of Vengeance" Only ^0 Chapten^iot too long—not too short—Just rite. The 2M Chapter is entitled , "Scheming for Millions" Synopsis of Chapter One. With a thril^ip every in&h. Overcome by the heat of 1íSfe sun-parched desert, Ultua begs his partner ©r a drink of water. Instead of aiding Ultus, Townsend com- mits an act of treachery for which, he pays dearly. Ultus is saved from the desert and returns to wreak his riageance on the man who left him for dead and stole his (Mtun*. This Ultus, the Avenger, 1 the most interesting character ever Introduced In a mystery serial. See him "Get" the Diamond Pendant from Lady Townaend at the Ball. He does It, alright, and right under the eyes of Bass, the detective, and geta away with It, too. n ^ Also the |8th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 30 November 1918

0 O ' .if J • o ♦ o o O ° oeo o 0CZ3 o o O o © o o O @ O O ¿M¿ ( } G \> 0CD C ) C) © o® VOLUME XXL o © TEN PAGES I o V ^ fe «# @ a) TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 30. 1918 — 1 O NUMBER 77 (By Associated Pr«we.) Washington, Nov. 3QU-The W*r dt- ja rimen* expects to bring homo dirfny the month of December between 110 - 000 and 175,000 men, Myt General March today. The total numbir of troops already desiflnated for early dis- charge in the United State* was given «s 649.000. These ineiudt develop- ment battalion, 26,000; divisional troops 10^000; railway troops, 28,000; United States Guarde, 26,000; Sank eorpe, 7,000 ohamitfal warfare troope, 7,0M; «antral officer, training sohool, 20,006; student army training corpa, 16,000. 1/5,000 TRO0PS40 TE EXPECTED UMElUSUkTMIST DECEMBER * * — * # — * Socialists Seize Wireless Stations (By Associated Press). Berlin, Nov. 50.—A troop of inde- pendent soi'iul democrats closely ident- ified with the elements of Dr. Lieb- necht, have seized cont...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 30 November 1918

f?'; "l* o « o O o O O O PAGE T\$0 JL ©, Su. % _a_ JO. Ar-.=J= (£59 I'flER DAILY COMIER-IMS -Gür^ ~W Q P (Twenty-first Year I. i © H. A. McDOUÜAL, MRS. DOLLY HANKS, T. B. BUTLER 2? üwnfcr O o o C3 © © £3 & ,© f I® @ IL A. Mi.ui Uf «; Editor and Manager John E. B~n.-¡t . Job Dept. Manager B W. Watts, Advertising Manager and Associate Editor. ■. R. Fuquay, City Circulator ■ntered at Postoffice, Tyler, 'iexaa, Bimond Class Mali Matter. Ottloe of Publication, North «'oilege Arenuo, Tyler .Teji.vi. flftjHftCllIPTlON itATJO One Year out .*eoo . .60 •flBUP H0NE8 Boon tod 'ob Depart- 10 Office ftHMuruMttkt - Mid Advertising SI Agy erroneous reflection upon l'1* itomuiter, standing or reputation of ^ ptnoa, fina or corporation which mm# appear la tM coluro* of TSi tiwuier-Times will be gladly corrected ipdB it being orougbt to the «116011011 H the pttOitoii«rH. • ! ♦ Member ef the Associated Pwffc ♦ ♦ 1 ♦ The Associated Press ta e*«?lu- • V slvely entitled to the use for ro- ♦ > publi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 30 November 1918

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Publication Title: Tyler Daily Courier-Times, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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