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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 30 November 1918

II m ■ mm © o o 0 m i & mí PAGB> FOUR XTLER DAILY CX)URIER-TIMES MEN Ci: O "JO o- Now is Your Opportunity—All Men and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, Such Makes as A* B, Kirschbaum & Co. Hart, Schaffner & Marx. Cunee Clothing Co. and the Famous "Hex" Clothing for Boys S t-;.® O P -F OURTH Men's $15,00 Suits for Men's S20.00 Suits tcr Men's S25.00 SuiU for Men's $27.50 Suits for $1 >.75 $15.00 $18.75 $20.65 Men's $30.00 Suits for Men's $35.00 Suits for Men's $40.00 Suits for Men's $50.00 Suits for $22 SO Overcoats from $15.00 to $50.00 - - ONE-FOURTH OFF $26 25 B°VS' Suits Priceá $10' $12.50, $18 and $21 - ONE-FOURTH OFF $30 00 Boys' Overcoats, $10.00 to $25,00 - - 0NE-F0ÜRTH OFF $37.50 NONE SENT OUT ON APPROVAL ALTERATION FREE BROWN, SMITH & MARSH BROS. Hampson Gary Is Entertained By The Sultan of Turkey Mr. (aus. F. Taylor in in receipt of Quite an intereBtiug letter from Hon. UaiupBon Gary American Diplomatic! Agent and I'onauia'.e General, at Cairo, Egypt. Mr. Ga...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 30 November 1918

■ * * #> C=0 o 0 iA ■ -A O* & O CSC3 ® O © TYLER DAILY COURIER-TIMES PAGE FIVE o js -b«> Your Stationery Is the first intimation of your message use Symphony Lawn and dress your message in a manner that Insures a welcome ALL STYLES AND SIZE8 FOR ALL OCCA8IONS SYMPHONY LAWN is the finest quality writing paper, denoting Elegance and Refinement '* PRICES 60c TO $1.25 A BOX Irion Drug Co. We are Proud ,, • rp ■ to Say that 7 •:,, V.--Star Jl] 1 V I0T Our Store is • — BUR.ON- HARRIS WEDDING. <| In order to avoid disap- pointmeat to any of our pat- rons from now until Xmas we will make photos only by appointment. DENISON'S Studio PUONE 1080 No Services at Marvin Church Sunday On account of Dr. H. . Whaley, oí Southwestern University, being ill with influenza, there will be no preach ing services at Marvin church tomor- row. Dr. Whaley was to have filled the pulpit in the absence of the pas- tor, Dr. Barcus, who is attending con- ference at Timpson. Visit our Overcoat Sale; $3...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 30 November 1918

FASRRmsr NcCftftW vet * s Htí . * *• \ m*' r-.nw ;. u ir.- ,0( ' fM.. >J « I #/ ;\i— ■'"S tí Goldstein & Brown • >?"<'■> ^(y «sSMjlilH- •o O o 0 TY1.KR DAILY COURIER-TIMES fe Major H. H. Smiley former ti^l'livsician Wftios From rrnnce / lO « ' < fivni il< * \*h. '«MX- IM*', V«>n H«*H join thi 1 ■• &he ; ¿JK '• ' ¡'é-'l'^ilF'1 'iLtr*: \ o ' *#)• ! ; «tW( • ) V\ WM * t HIhu>#1 m or t< * itut* ■ > - ■«• ;•«'>WY,av, om Ni>> ,. v.. 'VjWx ,'v^iro «>Micn> rS City Garage of Tyler It's Jftodefn VI %■«• t y :nO$c>y <fí o«r \v*it b> f. !%♦ O «->utt$Qr ,«fitter- f $IO«r.-. .a ■ f« ami wo* '-.>«1 * v N- r. ¿ ansí m hundltnjc ov.r,H V.' .v. ia> *\vk t« m - «>r?io*. í*!v *tv *otktna on >.< ftefecftMUHMA of :hf injured sol- ,' -v I >*<* : v f *.N~ onhfttsl men *r.d >vv.M k«M p two - .• -t >> $,> o>vr,-,- . vs a W\H>r No. Srr is; *r.V.ojv :o sot 11 mo to * • ¿r nvj -.r.i-.j, * Will also *< k &g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 30 November 1918

f «Si o I I I I ft #• % TYLER DAILY COURIER-TIMES SEVEN St • COME SMILING TO Marvin Sunday School Tomorrow Morning at 9:30 ^[Be ready to give the glad handshake to everybody you tomorrow morning, The teacher appeals to the men who meet. Don't forget your contribution to the Methodist formerly attended to put aside every excuse and invite some Orphanage, ^[The Men's Bible Class wants 100 present friend to come with them. o O0 r<Z3> Buy a Shoe Bond for a Xmas Gift M M ii i mi ni i The U. S. Government lias made an urgent appeal to the people to give useful gift*. iiiiiiiiimmmiimi These shoe bunds guarantee to pay the highest rate of dividends in the fo m of style, fit, comfort and complete satis- faction. You can purchase a bond at the price you wish to pay for a pair of shoes to be delivered upon presentation of the cer- tificate at our Shoe Department. Buster Brown Shoe Store Tyler's Exclusive Shoe Store An Eye on The Future. MaRgie had a new baby brother, which everybody agre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 30 November 1918

O MMl j / • \ ra PAGÍS jHT 1 o O \ ,4 O 1 1 « « O TYLER DAILY COURIER-TIMES «3D © C •->«- O mi 0 o l:í \ O O O S o O CIE T and Club Notes TELEPHONE—Day, 61; Night, 1087. O O O <3 #<£ CC30 LEAVE ME MY DREAMS. Alma Woldort Spence. lieur spirit love," across the sea, Come, Wander lovely ways with me; Star-sprinkled Mower of every hue Lift perfumed laces, sweet, to you. Across the long enchanted grass Trees wilt moonbeams as wu pass: Here no wlef nor horror frets, There'ro no aclilnb' vain regrets. On this peaceful moonlit night, Dew has drenched the wild-rose wiiite; Joyously we wander, free, 'Til the dawn calls yuu from me. Comes the day, to tlirol) with pain. Ne'er with me can you remain, J'or where your shining1 soul now dwells Soft breeze sway the asphodels. Fade the day! O, haste the night! When w« may roam to heart's de- light Leave me. dear C.od, my spirit klearns Until I too am done with dreams. * * * French Soldier Kissed Him. Thanksgiving Day brought to Mrs. C. A. Co...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 30 November 1918

O O G Q p o © TYLER DAILY C0URIER-T1MBS © W. E. KIDD SPECIALIST ON ALI. LONG STANDING AND CHRONIC DISEASES I USE ALL UP-TODATE REMEDIES, AS SERUMS, BACT"' — ORGANIC EXTRACT8, MEDICINES, VIBRATION. MASSAGE, ETC. Piles Cured Without Operating WILL PAY ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR8 FOR ANY CA8E OF PILES I FAIL TO CURE. No Cutting. No Ligature. No Carbolic Acid. No Cautery. No Chloroform. No Pain. No Stopping You From Work or Pleasure. I Also Curt Fistula, Fissures and Rupture Without Dsiug the Knife o Free Consultation and Examination Office Hour* 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--mini mum charge 25 cents, Copy tor Ads in this department must be in the office by II a. m. to insure proper classification. FOR SALE FOR SALE—Double-barrel Reming- ton 16 guage shot gun and 500 Smoke- less shells; will sell altogether...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 30 November 1918

iI'1 M 10c-20c PALACE TODAY I0c*20c @> i D ADORABLE V'-n,<¡^ P GAIL KANE One of the most beautiful and altogethor charming artista of the screen, In The Scarlet Oath One of the moat Sensational, Strong and "Spicy" of her works of Art. YouH be glad you savr it. Its one of World Picture's Best and you can imagine what that wotil^ be like. 10c-25c MONDAY 0<s2Sf K-1 o |'! p'e¿) O I' © The Grand Introduction to the World-Famous O G tyaramowW ^program. It opens with ;l whole world of delights rolled into one Its a Lasky-Paramount, too. presenting Dainty, winsome, vivacious, little LILA LEE -IN- ii •) [•> I P "The Cruise of the Make Believes' [ t*i'a romantic picture Lila Lee shows all poor little girls how to nail away to hnppinMs. First you want your ship. That's easy. Get some old chairs, bit oí canvag, spare pieces of lumbfr, and the wheel of brother's express wa^on. Fine ship! —but will it sail anywhere? You bet it will. Come aboard with Lila Lee and see. I lli/ ®ess O NEA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 21 December 1918

V -1 i © \( si i - o f latin 3) O 3= 'GLUME XXI. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1918. NUMBER 94 OFFICES SOON TO BE RETURNED TO CITY OF TYLER O FEDERAL DEMAND HURRIES CONSTRUCTION The (food news was received in Tyler last night in the shape of a telegram from Director General MeAdoo, stat- ing that several of the Cotton Belt general offices thai had been remov- ed from Tyler were to ho returned just as soon as practicable. Judge J. W. Fitzgerald, chairman of a committee of five from the Cham- ber of Commerce, and Mr. S, Bruck, President of the Chamber of Com- merce, each received a telegram which reads as follows: Washington, Mr. J. W. Fitzgerald, chairman of committee, Tyler, Texas: "Replying your telegram Dec. 18. A you can naturally understand. It has been necessary for .the government, 4urlhg period of Federal control of the -phycal properties of the railroads to I «operate them in the most efficient man , ner for the purposes of the war, dis- ' regarding whenever it seems ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 21 December 1918

I © OCIE T y and Club Notes TELEPHONE—Day. SI; Night, 1057. • V . her Christmas shopping. .-. U- . Ta*- >.*; i- -r. ':■* i y« ■..« Kjr r ■.« i* ■ ¿ *(n*i r:r.g tt.s do J*. .«.? "tí .* t""* a.*. .«as* *S' r-«e miff - 'ft *t **• 7- - ««B'4 • a* ie < -l 7 • 7 r'i'.t "*.vn £ íí'ír'í t.he ítíéí'.t f? * - r ''V l* M\<i? Tl * Ci rrt: .3* *! ;■<* that ijvw'. Use •: •..•.• f * --- "i?jí « firi'i-fi, r i-'i i • : * 5ü i- • y she «« ■ t'" ■ r>" 7- . ■ i- •.« f win- f>. *£ ti.;-. I &;■ •..: i : • %s*s: ¿t t£" 'f ' ■ >«i wiy— B-tsi.l* - *.:- ' • «•*« C. • uifí'í- 1 Ar. i Air.ir..? > - :* sa*£« ocje far; Yo.-, rtsiruf Moca i*-., ares Tb -J" i* o'*r. A.-.4 not a sin.. t: .r.«r -< .r: a: v.- atar — But she sbo J * o rry Th<-.-« L« tim'- to «bop 'Till mldnlgh- ' rer rw«®:y- fourl * * ♦ DANCE PARTY. A Jolly good time for • • <•.->• -j* pr- -- ent wan the ©rd~r of th* d*:i¿" •'jl dance party given by Mr. Ho* i-d Hill, at Woodman Hall or. Th-r^Uy dr-n a- tfc* y ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 21 December 1918

o O o o mm Á «ra To The Consumer. Our Motto: Not how cheap but how good. Drink our Cocoa-Colti, Lemon, Strawberry. ^Oronge Whistle, etc. ) GG3 O Aleo, dear friend, do (Wt break or lose our bottles. Do not rob your grm- (o) cer' He must wy us you 'ail to return bottles. -oc> 108 Riviere Mineral Water Co. 0/ <S&0 O QO « ^ TYLER DAILY <3OURUSR-TIMES - - O o SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1918. © • "> <r • ■" f Q Geo. J. Davis of Houston, Texas PIANO TUNER PUYEI-PIAMO SPECIALIST Piano Tuning $3.00 wherever I go 'I DO IT BETTER FOR LESS" Estimates on Repairs made with out charge. ALL WORK GUARANTEED Now at McBride's PHONE 802. Capt. H S. McClendon Visits Many Battle- fields In France Among many interest ins letlerB from soldiers "over there," none are read with more pleasure than those' from our friend. Captain S. S. Mo Clendon. Jr., son of Postmaster and Mrs. McClendon. Below we are print ing extracts from several letters, one oí which was written after the armis- tice was si...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 21 December 1918

—3 o o J Bi , o I !l) ' o0 i ¡ i Mi f T ©O O PAGE o TYLER DAILY COURIER-TIMES SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1918. the Top" f, s * Recently 1 have been over the top" shuwfcg ami sellint, bar gaJne ©sia0 How about you? It' you wuHii a real bargain in country or city properly, conu* ttud gu "over 'lie top with me. Heiv aii* some ol the inniiy bargains;i can wll you: No. 1 «1 acres on one ol iii>- best streets in Tyler and about one mile from the courthouse Has two good houses, barn . plenty of water and grasu. Wood enough for many years. Don t think you can buy any land as close with art good Improvements lor $^u0 per at i '. liuprovfim lin- ean noi be duplicated lor $1500. Have good an rchantable ab- stract and for tli** t'ULf' CASH can be bought at per acre $144.50 THREE SMALL TRACTS OK: LAND—TAKE YOUR CHOICC. All less than two miles from ihe corporate limits of Tyler. No. 2 «5 acres, all open lamí, á acres new ground, li< s well, no iiuprovi ments, per acre $40.00 1 No. o 25 acres, h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 21 December 1918

o * o \ / o o b ir0 O .* O O c. O «ta . , ft .0 o •• #"'¡w>® o *+Ü tí mtl w ^ w __ ,w 1 ü vc— ~ 0. (v, • ® ce TYLER DAILY COURIER-TIMES SATURDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1918. O (81 (RP iv i " iM Y"2 fC*¿ . • * • K SEVEN ~rm o o Ot ojeaos The Big Store o O O On -•Do MAKE YOUR WORD GOOD! BUY THE W. S. S. YOU PLEDGED PRESIDENT WILSON O o o r The Leading House v j \ UNCLE SAM HAS CALLED FOR THE PAYMENT OF ALL WAR SAV- INGS STAMP PLEDGES BY DE- CEMBER 31 ST. PAY YOURS TODAY. C-V O o lrr*rr—* '•*íav'W.; SPWRri; -x: •"" • f JE " c •* vi J %<i w, & «S¡ 'A? ¡F!" ' <>' w jrv-T- '¿V;ü •> ■+ 'v.-f V-i,';. ; V ■ox—, . O; * v • 1 o 5.*fc S'.tt Í* '""N/l " -' $i¿ ' Y - HOLIDAY GOODS BASEMEMT i V 2i Complete stocks of Dolls, Games, Books, Doll Buggies, Drums, Sidewalk "Scooter" Cars, Mechanical Trains, Foot Balls, "Sandy Andy," Wheel- barrows, Rooster Carts, Rabbit Carts, etc. o Holiday Handkerchiefs Fancy Linen Box Handkerchiefs, 50c to $2.50 Box. Hand Embroidered Linen Handkerchiefs 25c ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 21 December 1918

fa t ¡jSgSfl P, o o« PAGE (EIGHaT •' «OOC3 í ' a Elks' Lddge Will Distribute Xmas Boxes Q, A# in th«'ir ukuhI custom, membtrs of thf Klkn Indice in this city are pre- paring i** diMtrii>tit<* numl^i of Xnwi -pr- TYLER DAILY COURIER-TIMES SATURDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1918. > Married Mpn Less Likely To Have Flu Than Single Ones r-i"; I ' <a:- - 0 OOQ puckiUfeg "ii m'-m,->V«-dnv!"liiy tn \ to fmiilllen 111 the city who are to nerd un (I u lió i>rol>ul ly otherwise would not receive a Santa Ciaua «>n nhrlMtrium moi r.lntí Thf commltten hilvliiK th<- matter in huntl n jMjrt that thus fur ! *kh than a dozen nmni'H of ilimitute lamUle* have been turnrii Into thcin. it i* propound Unit the packttKCH contain. (lour, meat, meal and other nul>Ht;intiil article* of food. KuihIh uip rained iimonK mum- U'lH of the loiltfe. l>Ut OUtHiliefH Can contribute if they wish to do it Im ii commendable spirit of charity Ml the |>i rt of the KlkH whon< purww .iff alwayn open...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 21 December 1918

t o O O o o TYLER DAILY COURIER-TIMES SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1918. First Baptist Church. Across the street from the ixjst ofiic«\ The Rev. Sam H. Cumpbell, pastor. The Knights Templar will attend the mora- ine services at this church in a body and in full dress uniform. Ik will be an 1 itipi'lng sight to see them march into the building while the choir leads tbe congregation in singing, "Onward Christian Soldiers." The pastor will deliver a special message to the Knight5i Templar, and it will be one that everybody should hear. The Sir Knights will have seats reserved for them in tho front near the rostrum. The large chorus choir, under the direction of IHrs. 1 uim Durst, will furnish, appropriate and inspiring qiusic. It will ffive you a thrill that you can carry with you through the glad holiday st.'.jum. I.it everybody be on time, and como in ilw spirit ot Worship. Come < arlv and avoid the rush. At the evening hour the pastor will use for his theme, "The King's Highway." The M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 21 December 1918

5 v'v v TV 'Av o • CO S3 I 1 IK - •9 m W 7-> Yf > V PAGE TWELVE TILER DAILY COURIER-TIMES SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1918. a*; 03o0 O OC D 10c 20c Girls, would you ¿ivp J, give up a throne ftto tlie PALACE TODAY Delightful Johnny Blues 10c 20c uiaa you loyed I ■oczoocc:~izzzzz:zz:z .J o 0¡ THE FAMOUS FUN-MAKER :-3 OC::-' '-oo o O O Pretty Barbara Castleton IN "JustSylvia" Thrills, Surprises, Kun, —youfll find all this In "Just Sylvia." It is a pleasant, delightful comedy of the present «lay There is no war in it just good, interest- ing entertainment. Miss Castleton appears in the role of Sylvia and Johnny Hiñes appears in the role of Henry Hicks, who is in love with Sylvia. They Mire do make a great team. This is a picture you will thoroughly enjoy. So make it a point to Bee it. And Oh. my That Chester Conklin -IN- "Dizzy Heights and Daring Hearts" Makes more Rapid-Fire Fun than a whole bushel of monkeys. 10c • 25c ON DAY 10c - 25c Jesse L. Lasky—Paramount PRESENTS Adorable Ethel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 4 August 1920

o t CD f. • O -ÜJtmíB o O O o VOLUME XXII. EIGHT PAGES TYLER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1920. -)o- NUMBER 289 © © © '1 o O WHEAT SELLING LEWIS ORDERS SMITH COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CON- FUTURE WHEAT NEW BACKVENTION tBy Associated l'iess.) Chicago, 111., August 4.—Kxcitéa general selling brought al«>ut a sensa- tional smash in wheat price today. The market opened 8 to 13 cents lower with December $2.16 to $2.21. Most of the selling^as said to have come from country holders anxious to turn fheir wheat into cash. In a few minutes, however, the market rebound- ed as much as 11 cents. For the first time since trading in future delivery was resumed, the wheat market today was filled with -traderB and business was on a bigger «cal* The rush to sell appeared to be based largely on unfavorable financial (By Associated Prestí.) Indianapolis. Ind., August 4.—Presi- dent Lewis ol the United Mine Work- ers of America today telegraphed 3'i local unions in Kansas, ordering them to return to work and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 4 August 1920

PAGE TWO TYLER DAIEY COURIER. TIM ° WEDNESDAY,>HGUST éJ?20:^ Tyler Daily Courier-Times (Twenty-Second Y«rl OWNERS ft. A~ McDOl'GAl. A1KS. DOLLT HANKS X. H. liU'flJSit BS'JATE *V A. WcU' >UOAL. Editor nrt Uau*ef éÚHN K. BURNETT, Job Dept. Manager m. ft. FUQUAY. City Clrculuioi • " * Hi.ICS Advertising Manager. © at Postofftce. Tyler. T«*a«. Ri rond Class Mull Matter ifflce of Publication. Noitli roll"- " " T«nim Tyler. Twjmn SUBSCRIPTION • « year MM month RATES $8.00 •r - I tUtPHONFS 'Mitorlai ftouma and Job ucimri- oi«im lu* Aastness Office and Advertimn* es department —r.v-_---— " Any erroneous reflection upon th - char- acter. «funding or >-oputation of any >>•'> - «00. firm or corporation which may ut> IW to the column* of The Courier- rim><n •rlU be «ladly corrected upon It* twin# f'OUfht to thr attention of the publl^'hri • *"~TLe Associated Presa ta entitled to th •M for publication of all new dispatch 0 aa credited to It or not otherwisecredit ed In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 4 August 1920

o "i TYLER DAILY COURIER - TIMES. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 4, 1920. PAGE THREE (i) O DRUG COMPANY 00 G - q „ _ POOR WÍLL Madame N'azlmova was 11i>■ i r — « to a number of her trtends at lier WiW Rogers la one of the few mi oharininir home on Sunset Houlexat' not recently. Seine Interesting- views from tion picture stars whosn nmil i cluttered with request for autcviaph- ed photoKraphs, scented notes .mi other flatteries usually received by film celebrities. Kor one thing, be boasts of his love for bis wife and their four children. And bennies, he isn't' the matinee idol type of hero Not long ago. however, a large square envelope came to hint by special deliv • ery. He opened it ami read: "Dear Mr. Rogers: Tyler Cavalry Troop To Attend Encamp Notes From man in town. They are all pretty good looking 'oiks. hut I'm a sort of throw- back that don't aeem to belong. \mv, they tell mo you've got a reputation along that line, ho I'm writing you to send nve a large photogrpah of your- self to ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 4 August 1920

PAGE FOUR fa., —=" . — TYLER DAILY COURIER - TIMES, WEDNESDAY AWIÍST 4, 1920. LABORING PEOPLT URGED LABORING PEOPLE URGED All laboring people < f Trior ,md of Hmlth County are urged to lio present and to take un active pur* in the Neff «ally at the Court House tomorrow night® ~ This meeting isjl0 he held under the auspices of the Neff for Governor t'lubr but thér laboring peopte an' peclally ur*ed to he present ¡ * some mattera of vital interest will he brought to your attention. Remember at the Court Mouse Thursday night, at 8 o'clock. COMMITT ' RAINS WILL BENEFIT CROPS IN WEST TEXAS COUNTIES Dallas. Texas, AuKUst 4.—lU ins. that ^yll yesterday and the day before over a large area in Central Went Texis will be of Kxeat benefifPto cotton and corn crops. according to reports re- ceived. I WICHITA FALLÍI MAN SHOT AND KILLED: WIFE HELD G30 0 O Don't suffer the misery of I- digf s- tlon when you can get relief from Prickly Ash Bitten . It eases pain and drives out badly digested food...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 4 August 1920

o oc. y O l-~? Í -r iv 1 */\u.V i uL KlKKji'lM^- WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1920. PAGE FI^B U O^C^C. ® '7 ' c-f cj -jL' m O !♦ y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y t y y y y t o s o s Accounts THE BIG STORE O One that pays interest on what you save. THE LEADING HOUSE (£> :c Month End Sale In Our Dry Goods £ Department for This Week Only £ 24 pieces Colored Georgette Voile sold for $1.95 and $2.50, Month- *£ End Sale Half Price «8 One that pays interest on what you spend. I t y y y y y 1 i I y y i y y í Every dollar should pay a dividend. Every dollar put in the savings bank will pay you a dividend. Every dollar spent at Piggly Wiggly will pay you a dividend. Deposit what you save at Piggly Wiggly and at the end of the year you will have a savings account amounting to from $100 to $500 Visit a few grocery stores, note the difference in prices to be found at these stores and at Piggly Wiggly stores, and you can then figure what you can save if you will buy your groceries, vegetables and fruits ...

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