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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 4 August 1920
o ■' ooc CO - *4 o cr'J. o on co sj- TYLER DAILY COURIER - TIMBSj WEDNESDAY AUGUSÍ 4, 1920. rf f C Heard Many Iprim,u'Uy for the accomodut- .,t th. i ' _t. ' people that the houses aw 4i built. wresting' Reports ¡ Th# h0U8M will tj, HOici o io.v p«y- it Regular Meeting ¡ Inenta. ' Mr. McKenna stated that about iwiaJWic meeting or dir-'-tois $17,000 have been subscribed, uiul thai only one or two citizens haé refused to take stock in th«- enterprise. il< lit.'Veil it would tit' lo UC't Up the company within a friw <tíiys time. Other matters were discussed which will not be mentioned at time. It w is a very interesting t urs WHS iUHia>ftic meetinm: of dn- «r t'liuailiei of Comirerct M- tveiilhi, ti«v w.ui presided over oy Mr SleUffe. president Heports "1 s committees W3ro discusrd c >1 lew m.itti<rs were ;;lv i f. Meljty, chairman of tli« merit - mil camei in*. IP committee, stated that Ihe úllee had been at work to ••'■v- ij/s collecting due* and solleitiiiK fnhmbei'h....
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 4 August 1920
o era 0<^ C3 O O TYLER DAILY tíbljRIER-TIMES, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1920. V°° o .j-k c^Sf/fieDAPy lassified Ads are Two Cents per word for Three isertions; Four Cents per Word for One Week; [Jash In Advance; unless iou have an Account. FOR SALE. SM.TH COUNTY DEMOCRATS CONVENTION ENDORSES NEFF FOR' CONGRESS (( •.Qi nui'd from Pane Two). O .Q. )R SAlja—Three burner oj] etovo life «vea. ta good condition. Phone IT. 2d<> rOR 8ALHB—Second band Ford Tour car, In good Bhape. Phone 789. 290 ll*X>R 8ALJ0—Kord touring «ar A-l ood trillion. Bargain for cash. JPhone 217. 1644 Wiart. Erwin. 4 2 3 FOR SAIjE—13 1-2 acre iarra 2 1-2 miles east of Court Houao. Good irn- provetnentB. 40 or 60 bearing trees, 2 acre pasture. Running water year round. On pike road. Priee reasonable. Will mill or exchange Bee W. G. Blankensliip. Koutn 7. 293 j.'OR BALK—Kord roadster new. Every new attachment bit * telephone, $700.0#. Also 0\erland Touring ear flood as bra. ! new at bargain. Call p. O. Monsoy, ...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 4 August 1920
coo í r J i TYLER DAILY COURIER - TIMES, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 4, 1920. , Q oo o tí ' ' X X t 5ilt ••• ,«1 ] o TODAY AND TOMORROW O Nights 19c«40c O ^ O MASTER DRAMA OF TEN8E APPEAL Acknowledged the Greatest Young Emotional Actress of the Present Day- For "This Week O Marjorie] Ram beau í Fortune Teller xcene from Tim Fortune teller^ • S TARHÍN lORlE RAMMsAA) -..IV* «iPCr-TON - cot* The most magnificent mother story ever told with the Greatest Modem Actress in the role that her famous. i VI Wrongfully accused by her tyrannical husband— her child taken from her by an unjust law—this became Qie- slave of a drunken brute. When she hoard the all-oompelllng voice of mother-lore —w l to her, she threw aside the shackles of a degrading life. When Providence led her to her boy Who needed her love, she rose 1o heights that only a mother can attain. See Marjorle Rambeau in the i' y soul-stirring and heart-moving dramatic moments ever portrayed on the screen. A SUN8HINE COMEDY—"LIGHT WEIGHT LOVER"...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 9 May 1926
WEATHER Saturday night and Sunday: Occasional thunder show- •ri, cooler. Batlg Circulation Covering Nineteen Cities and Towns inlM T«ag Each Afternoon andSaij^ SUNDAY MORNING EDITION 'wZ«"nc*™edapb"IS" thirty-four pages tyler, TEXAS,SUNDAYanRÑiÑG- MAY 9,1926. TODAY'S NFwa TODAY vol. 28. no. 220. 30 HURT STORM yyyyy<nrwvvVVVVVVV^/WVVWV>rsrv- * * - — v ^ - - — * H^Úy^yVVr ... ■« vvvwwww*' — ' ~ V i ! .Vial' ' Dan Moody Opens His Campaign Thousands Hear Atty. Gen. Hailstones Weighing One Pound Fall in Dallas Sts. Make Opening Add,ress A t Taylor Last Night, 8 p. m. OPEN SEASON FOR PEDESTRIANS By E. G. STUDHALTER. international News Service Staff Correspondent. Taylor, Texas, May 8.—Dan Moody opened his campaign for governor among his friends and neighbors here tonight. Thousands of people crowded into Taylor to hear the attorney general, many of them driving miles by automobile, buggy and even horse-back. Many came by train from distant cities and towns. Moody opened his address ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 9 May 1926
THE fYLER DAILY COURIER-TIMES, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 9,1926. .... ^ ^ *$?♦ ' A TO my MOTHER Ah u puro Hlreuin, whose silver-bright caress Quicken her thirsty brltó, your way you went, Ono tireless purpose uiul one sole win- tent: To i'ind the folk ut.'loved, anil cheei and bless Sutil an hail only heard of human happiness, ' •" '* iVItiH Not all tho deepening «haden of your own woe C'ould blind your vision to another's pain, Your tender quest and sure response res trail.1. Or bate the toil that you would under- go Compassion swift to bring and gentle ruth bestow. Now stilled tho sonorous heart that llover beat For sell in all your length of fruitful yeai'H; And shut the ejes that shed not many tears For your own sorrows; stopped the ready feet That on a thousand roads your mercy made so fleet. , ^ 1 was your first-born son and me you I >010 ffo share through half a century.bf Í time 4|( K'our gracious days, to see your hope; . sublime, lidjqldnR that, a widowed Jqyo oj, Had faslilí...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 9 May 1926
• SffB THE TYLER DAILY COURIER-TIMES, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 9,1926. T Peoples State Bank Tyler's Most Progressive Banking Institution Solicits Your Booking Business London Faces Gloomy Sit- uation, Strike Conditions Are Said to be No Better By International News Service London, May 9.—Not since war days has London faced so gloomy and depressing a Saturday night. General strike lias the capital and nation Ijji lis «rip and with no signs of peace. The usual Saturday night gnletipB have disappeared. Heavily armed troops, armoured cars, machine sun companies und naval forces fill those areas where a Rritlsh working man generally dot* iiis JWítwday night celebrating Wife of Kansas Senator Reported Dying Last Night 13y International Now Service. Baltimore, May 9. Mrs. Arthur Capper, wife of Senator Capper of Kansas, is dying, physicians declared last, night. Everybody Recommends Ours We've built up our business largely through th* praises of our friends. By giving our pa_ trons wholesome le...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 9 May 1926
THE TYLER DAILY COURIER-TIMES, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 9,1926. The Size of the \ccount V — does not measure the character of service nor the friendly interest of this bank in the progress of its depositors. - Seeing the depositor from the standpoint of his individual worth and friendship, without reference to the ledger, is build- ing for this bank good will that endures. This convenient, friendly bank will wel- come your account. TYLER GUARANTY STATC BANK "Tyler's Growing Bank" 'andmark Brick Buildings Are Be- ing Remodeled The two one-alory buildIiikh ImloiiK- Inn Id ex-Hcinator Horneo Chilton of ¿Pullas, loeated (in North llroiiilway, lioxt to ,|. Pent.'-y I'onipnny, are I^o.Iiik remodcdnd. A now roof will lie ]>u( on mid modern fronts will I ' hiiill. Thoso brlekH wore hiiilt in Into eighties or early ninelioH nnd are niliotiK 'he oldest brick buildings In Tyler. , Tho Jiaily Courier was started in the south hrlok twenty olxiit years HKo by I,. M. (iroorA iloicased, and II A. MoD...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 9 May 1926
THE TYLER DAILY COURIER-TIMES, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 9,1926. MOTHERS' DAY SONG SERVICE Sunday Evening. May 9, 1926, at Eight O'clock _____ •« Following program will bo given at Mother's Day Song Service Sunday evening, May 9th at Cedar Street Methodist church at 8 o'clock., ORDER OF SERVICES: March "Processional" Miss Florence Campbell Invocation ... ............... ...... - Rev. Strother (a) King of Kings J. B. Herbert (b) I know whom I have Believed James McGranahan CHOIR Sweetest Mother * Will M. Ramsey Miss Loving, Miss Campbell. Mr. Campbell, Mr. Beasley Thore's Only One Pal After All 1 ... Klickmann Mr. McCullars (a) The Watcher < Margaret Widdemer (b) No Telephone in Heaven . Author Unknown Mrs. Maurice Leath if I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again J. W. Vaughan Miss Loving, Mrs. Hollimab, Mr. Howell, Mr. Beasley Offertory ....... ........ Orchestra Address — Mr. Roy Butler Sing Old Hyms to Me , Eva Martindale Mr. Campbell, Miss Campbell, Mr. Howard, Mr. Beasley Mother Machrce ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 9 May 1926
THE TYLER DAILY COURIER-TIMES SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 9, 1926. TROJANS WIN IN 10 INNINGS Single By Warner In The Tenth Inning Winning Run, Drives in Score 4-3 (my c. l. ]cst:os> Great Game A Glibe Tongue Often H elped a Mighty Sock The scenery was exactly reversed at Long-view yesterday afternoon, when the Tyler Trojans "Put On Steam" three separate times to come from behind, the last time they jerked the throttle wide open in the tenth inning- and with a "Great Flash" of dazzling1 baseball, shot past the wire, ANI) VICTORY WAS OURS. <j To the goodnight arm of Ludwick, ace of Kitchens' fling corps, the hard hitting* of "Willie" Andrus and the timely rap of Big' Boy Warner in the tenth, g*oes the credit for yesterday's great triumph. ... ."Pops" hired hands came into the ninth stanza with the score knotted at two-all. After Willie Andrus had skied to deep center, Donaldson slashed a terrific sing-le to left and promptly made a daring steal of sec- ond, Charlie Schroyer, who has "Hi...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 9 May 1926
THE TYLER DAILY COURIER-TIMES, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 9,1926. ABE BOWMAN LEADS EAST TEXAS BATTL GREENVILLE LEADS LEAGUE III .GEO. IT THE BALL Abe Bowman, Longview pitching ace, proved that he can hit as well as pitch by mauling out six hits in eleven times at bat to lead the East Texas hitters with an average of .545. Cunningham of Greenville, however, is the nominal leader with the hefty average of 1538 in eleven games, having accumulated 21 safeties in 39 official times at bat. Webb, also of Greenville, is showing the way to run getters with ten. Greenville leads in club batting with .316 and is closely pursued by Texarkana with .312. Three hundred hitters and pitchers winning half or better of their games through Tuesday, follow: Baseball Calendar CLUB BATTING Club— G. AD. R. H. HR. SB. BA. Greenville 11 3S3 72 121 7 14 .316 Texarkana 8 279 48 87 5 6 .312 Paris . ■ 327 36 90 6 5 .275 Longview . 12 409 54 111 1 17 .271 Marshall - 10 325 41 S7 9 3 .268 Tyler . 11 359 54 86 15 12 .240 ...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Tyler Daily Courier-Times — 9 May 1926
THE TYLER DAILY COUr.i&R-TIMES, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 9, 1926, May Specials at Goldstein & Brown's Visit our store during the month of May. You will find it at Merchandise Headquarters: In this adver- tisement of our May Specials You will find most UNUSUAL BARGAINS. Our buyer has made extraordinary effort to secure for this month attractive merchandise at SPE- CIAL PHICES. The quantity of new seasonable spring merchandise offered at special concessions is so intensive that we can only give a partial list here. Specials For May IN THE STAPLE COTTON PIECE GOODS YOU WILL FIND MOST UNUSUAL OFFERINGS Unbleached DOMESTIC 36 inches wide. Special value 9c Yard BLEACHED MUSLIN 36 in. wide Nainsook finish 121-2 Yard FINE GRADE ZEPHER Dress Gingham, 32 inches wide, checks and plaids. 19c Yard SILK STRIPE SHIRTING Beautiful assortment of pattern* 38c Yd. FIGURED VOILES Beautiful Spring patterns 48c Yard FRENCH GINGHAMS Neat assortment of patterns big value at 35c Yd. FIGURED VOILES A sfwc...