The Tyler Daily Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 94, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 21, 1918 Page: 4 of 8
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TYLER DAILY COURIER-TIMES SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1918.
Recently 1 have been over
the top" shuwfcg ami sellint, bar
gaJne ©sia0 How about
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, has 5-acre*, tn _
wood, two room house, on good
road, at per acre $50.00
No. 4 25 acres, has tint
road, one mile of railway sta-
tion, per acre $60.00 f
No. 5—Nice five room cottage, j
almost new, fine well ol water, V
good out biuldings, about otie
dozen healthy bearing fruit trees
two lots and about 1 blocks of ^
Cotton Belt general offices.
frontB on three streets, good
neighborhood. Will consider
gome trade and Rive good terms.
Party se lling has the best of rea-
sons for selling. Price.-$3000.00
No. 6—Home for Sale: A
large lot with pretty oak grove. *
Has 12 room house. Can't be
built for $12,500.00; on one of
the best streets in 3 blocks of ^
t. e Square; goes for the low
price of $5250 1
No. 7—Here is my Christmas
list of bargains in small rent
bouses, vacant lots and three
large desirable residences that .
has large grounds, and either
one of the buildings can't be dup
licated for the price asked for
grounds and improvement!
price $2500. $4250 and----$4500
You will have to hurry if you A
CASUALTY LIST IS
LESS THIN USUAL
use, kíVmI oí chai d, large A
ie well of water, on good
y want to go "over."
f W. L. WATKINS
J Phone 419 The Live Trader
No Dividends This
Year From Krupps
(By A- socij.t> d Frew'
Berlin, I>ee. 21-—The Krupp '•
company, at a g. n< .-a! meet; .* t . ...
nounced that it will not j > u
dened thin y< r. Th< a:--■
declared a dividen"! oí ten j.*-r
Tommorrow at Marvin ("burc.'i
sermon and services will b" a;;
priate to the Chrun mas ■ íj v
all the days this ought 19 be the ru'
happy and the one univercally observ-
ed. This is no national holid.-y ¡
ing one people only, for the "<Wai ud
ings of great joy" brought by sing,rig
angels nineteen hundred and <igh'.-*n
years ago "Wore intended for ."ail peo-
ple." Christ is th> world's on);, and
Neither is this day for the Chn -tian
a mere Xmas. In the realm of < ;• 1 -
dilations stands for an unknown q ¡an
tity. But to the christian Christ i- no
unknown quantity. We know whom
we have believed. "J-mis is ;:ll the
world to us". And so we sp« ll it out
and announce it to the world a- our
May tomorrow's worship t!)• wide
world round bring abounding pia .->
and glory to our Christ and ell man-
ner of blessing and Salvation to a sor
rowing and sinning and needy world.
"Glory to Cod in the highest and on
earth peace, good will lo men". £:;>¡
EDWARD R. BARCUS, Pastor.
(My (he Associated Press).
Washington, Dec. 21 The following
casualties are reported by tin* com-
manding gen ral of the American 1J\-
Killed in action, If .
Missing in action, 181.
Died of disease, U3.
Died of wounds, 51.
Wounded severely, 516.
Wounded, degree undetermined, 705.
Died of accident and other causes, 10
Died of airplane accident, 1.
Wounded slightly, 787.
Killed in Action.
Herman L. Wilson, Direct.
Died jf Wounds.
John Kiio\ Curtis, Galesvlll-\
Theodore Garner, Athens.
Geo. S. Hall, Ml Paso.
Thomas Arbucklc, Austin.
Oliver H. Atkinson, Childress.
Died of Disease.
Rogers James Jett, New Uraunfels.
Arnold McKirby, Dawson.
Clarence J. Neeley, Delphi.
Jolm James Post, El Paso.
Sidney M. Harrison, Ft. Worth.
Sam T. Williams, Denton.
John T. Fulcher, Taylor.
John It. Puis, Austin.
Myron M. Massey, Nacogdoches.
Otis E. Burris, Mineral Wells.
oJhn R. Hesley, Caldwell.
Leslie C. Shanno, Velasco.
Walter H. Patterson, Dradwell.
Joe R. Christian, Teneha.
Frederick L. Boroff, Burkburnett.
Carroll (' .Hammons, Houston.
Edward S. Larson. Clifton.
Lewis W. McPherson, Grapeland.
Alvin Thomas, Beeville.
Frank O. Vickers, Quinlan.
Alfonso Brezik, Edge.
Wes S. Duller, Brookshire.
Ben M. Day. Sulphur Springs.
Edwin Crenwelge, Fredericksburg.
Walter H. James, Graham.
Oscar Mangold, Ta^pl^y.
Wounded Degree Undetermined.
Fr -d K. Smltli, Fort Worth.
Powell H Thornton, Yantis.
R*l< -c\. r Richter, Houston.
Will 'j Beckwith, Rosebud.
Nolan K Walker, Bay City.
Earl B Brazil. Henrietta.
Herman A Papke, Denney.
Wrig • Ri-buii, Montgomery
Ben I) Jcknon. San Angelo.
Roy M Stacks, Galnsville.
Arthur S Beavers, Hillsboro.
Clint It David. Mineral Wells.
Albert P Core, Alvin.
John L <)rar.-, Weatherford.
Martin J' Kingston, Elbert.
oJhn H Childers, aJsper.
Sam W Nunn, Colorado.
Carl M'-i'on L< pard, Ft. Worth.
Lonnie ij Ixjwning, Gary,
Aubrey F. Kelly, Ferris.
Robert S Shepperd, Colorado City.
Jo j oral- -
lia Biov.n, San Antonio.
Safe and Sane CKmimas
By Buying and Giving Useful
and Appropriate Presents
A Few Suggestions for Ibefnl
Silk Gowns in Glove Silk and
Crepe L)e Chine,
Silk Crepe de Chine Teddies
Silk Crepe de Chine Bloomers
Silk Crepe de Chine Vests
Silk Crepe de Chine Cami-
Silk Crepe de Chine Braziers
Hand Bags and Kid Gloves
Kimonas, in Satin, Silk Crepe
Handkerchiefs in Xmas Box
Belts with Silver Buckles
Ties in CHristmas Boxes
Jap Silks, Price $6.50 to $25.00 1 Silk Shirts
Brown, Smith & Marsh Bros.
John M. Davenport, Dewviile.
Enos H. Rodge, Fredericksburg.
Wh. H. Winters, Melton.
Antonio Perales, Thelma.
Henry J. Seilhelmer, Gap.
Lonnie Davis, Hanley.
CADDIE J. FRIDAY, CANTON.
Morris E. Glass, Travis.
Billion Tons of
Shipping for Hoover
(By Associated Press).
Paris, Dec. 21.—Herbert Hoover, the
Amerit an food administrator, will soon
come into possession of a billion tons
of German shipping, which will he em-
ployed in revlctaulizlnK devasted por-
tions of France, Serbia, Belgium and
Rumania, now in destitute of food.
GREAT POULTRY SHOW
AT DALLAS DEC. 26-30
(By Associated Press)
Dallas, Texas, Dec. 21.—Plans are
under way for the first annual Texas
Poultry Show, to be held here Dec.
26 to .'10. The state experiment sta-
tion will he represented with an exhibit.
A feature of the show will be the daily
auction of poultry for funds to estab-
lish a poultry breeding farm in France.
A France and Belgium are said to
have practically exhausted their poul-
try. Texas is anxious to help in the
W. S. il. means tickets home for
your boy and my boy.
WILL CELEBRATE 50TH
On Monday, December 23, 1918, in
honor of the fiftieth anniversary oí
the marriiige of Mr. and Mrs S. Las*
seter, Mrs. H. E. Lassetef will ha at
homo informally 4o all friends, at 510
S. Mary avenue.
LIEUT. J. BUCK WYNNE I §
IS LIVING AND IN FRANCE
About three weeks 'ago, the wife of
Uept. J. Buck Wynne, of Wills Point,
received a telegram stating that l.ieut.
Wynne had died of pneumonia, in
France. But Mrs. Wynne htivlng re-
ceived letters from her husband in the
Mechanic Ray Hartshorn, Falfurrias j meantime, decided there must be some
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Monday and Tuesday
Child Sustains Broken Arm.
Travis, the 4-year-old non of Mrs.
Hila Hollingsworth, fell yesterday from
a table cfijy a porch of the home, mfAaln
Ing a broken arm.
Dr. Calltftay was called to Attend
the Injury, Which, of course wan quite
painful, but not serious. The little
fellow Is reported as dol|nif nicely to-
. Good Photograph News.
You can make that particulftr friend
of youra an XmaB preseni of one
of oar Portrait Gift Certificate^ Re-
deemable any time after the Holidqp
Sample Is on exhibition In oar case.
DenlBon's Studio, Phone lppo. © 96
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Jol n W Maddox, Denison.
William M Boyett, Milam.
Audio L. Hennlngton. Oageby.
Charle- R Mayes, San Angelo.
John G Puyerar, f'onmo.
Matt 1. Ralnestaff. Austin.
R( / I. Kel ley. New Boston.
Luther A Mnm', Sulphur Springs.
RoSCOe T'.ra.J haw, fireenvlile.
TJen H GiTjbziacki, Dremond.
Andrew Payiif, M'ita<'or.
Elater J Roan. Rowlett.
Joe Ml' a. l'lerce
Candelario Muño-/, D- nna.
aCÍI Ilarrlngton. Ahord,
Jame<Pn. Hamilton, l.lano.
Ladyf!:u Hodanek, FltlonJa.
HáBry Fritz S'.!¡iniidt,p«'iifton.
John I. Warren, De Leían.
Adolph r ««k, Shiner,
Jehn Tilomas I3esek, Halletsville.
Tom T. TowVegi, Omaha,
Sttacford P. Watklns, Irving.
Gilbert E. Wilson, Yottng county.
Iris C. Worsham, Penelope.
Joe C. Vaughn, Macona.
Samuel C. Raines, Houston.
Theodore F. Boyd, Jr., Houston.
Walter Caulk, Houston.
Harris Hunter, Senasaba.
Missing In Action.
Jasper B. Newton, Yoakum.
mist.ii . so she Immediately enlisted
the si^ iei-í ot ('yiigressman Young,
who, upon Investigation finds that
Lieut. Wynne is with his rcKlment in ^
I'rance, and doing nicely, considering
the two different wounds received. m
Lieut. Wynne is a member of the ri
j noth Division. Mrs. Wynne, before her 'Ú
marriage, was Miss Adelle Bruce of
Wills Point, niece of Mrs. J. Pabst of
Tyler, and had visited here quite of- Il
For Monday and Tuesday
We offer the following goods at an extra low price:
A Chance of a Lifetime
To place a Piano in your home for Christmas, something that will give your family en>
joyment the year round.
Good Photograph News.
You can make that particular friend
of yours an Xmas present of one
of our Portrait Gift Certificates. Re-
deemable any time after the Holidays
Sample Is on exhibition In our cuse,
Denlson's Studio, Phone 1080. 96
One elegant Player Piano, beautiful Oak case;
Monday or Tuesday, goes at $415.00.
regular price $550.00.. If take>>
A Dandy Christmas Present.
Currier, Gaston & Bryarly. the well
known automobile dealers, report the
«ile of a very classy Sedan Bulck car
to Dr. Irvln Pope.
Mr Bryarly states that there Is a
large demand for this popular car and
they are, having some difficulty In
keeping a sufficient number on hand
to supply the demand. "There Is no
more pleasing Christmas present than
a H«lck car* said Mr. Bryarly to the
One Thomas Goggan Upright Piano, mahogany case; u«ed, but a first class Piano. Oirig-
inal price $450.00. If taken between now and Christmas, goes at only $197.00.
These are just two of the bargains we have to offer yOu right now. We have some
extra fine Upright Pianos and Players In new goods, in beautiful case designs that we
you right now, at a bargain. Come |a and see them. It wóni cost yen anything
See us at once for special price
GO o Q
& Allcorn Piano Co.
The heme Of Fine Planet and Players
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McDougal, H. A. The Tyler Daily Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 94, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 21, 1918, newspaper, December 21, 1918; Tyler, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth178088/m1/4/: accessed October 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.