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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston County Times — 2 May 1913

Houston County SrascaiPTira* m.(W te Yaaat, Use A&v AXOE* VOLUME 8 CROCKETT, HOUSTON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAS %. c NOTES OF THE COURT HOUSE SOCIAL CLUB RAILWAY WILL j ORGANIZES BE INVESTIGATED District Caurc adjjwinnBBi Fri- land. a pan e£ the D. dm evening, Agmü ütáh, tüill tüt league. Consideration, Fail term. o£ cnurtt. ¡FIKje Üandolph et al., i BL iSEfttarsrhite 70 acres la the aaatt ofi ffleeaiiy Suradk- jg[. -Denson survey land charged wiidk auunfiar.. anc sideration, £225. IK), tanmsferredi na til mamÉz í*™ ^tsauie Duron to S6ti Jacarea (u raagc. díte 'Stífen#- ant was fijumí. fjllitgr 2U1ÍÍ fiar temed tas ffwa- yeans incgnnison- ment intha-StasK- RHÉÉBÉ&jyy- McLean $200.00. to J no. William Csmdiff, 400 acres out of Luke Busts survey. "Considera- tion. $800.00. This tract of land was ««Id in Inly. 1Ü52, so we can see how real estate has in- DEEEff aaaroaffiffffit creased in value since that date. Eate ML IDbíhíéüIí te M. SL temes English to Jessie Du- 3£urchiaon.. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston County Times — 2 May 1913

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston County Times — 2 May 1913

DON'T MISS OUR BIG SALE Bargains in all Starts Satriay, Hay 3rd, and Lasts All Meit Week We will make- it worth your time to visit our store and just see how mud memdaamdise you can buy for one dollar PATTON BUILDING C P. OTJANNON OHMHfflTir JESAi. <• Q* SERMON ON CHRISTIAN Preached By Rev. S. F. Tenney, April 13. 119)131. Head Matt. 24:24 2fi. Text. Titus 2:i. Having been requested to preach on Christian Science I am doing so without any unkind feeling to those who believe in it- I have no doubt that the same intelligent ail-wise, sovereign, personal being that the Christian worships, but ■which rninn i«- lust. iJ'agt Itfc. -rirrful serai. asm Death i mm t -mwinimf «torn' tj •g imrmirmiity and: lillas. U'Mfn .2IX. * j , Mirarles- ;im mrwfesHlk n, -schjiiih: some sort of something that she p;iWB calls "Principle." TIuí sunn<i.*¡niin -tmr iiar> u-- irm>i and: «vil «pirra- rmktsfe 3Ewi. tiin- She speaks of the "Inspired tu r-esiity, 3-upw- tti «utiTJl . . , . . word of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston County Times — 2 May 1913

Houston joy asSl ' PUBLISHED KVEKY FRIDAY OF gUB8CKIFTH>N "Amé Wank the Ma«• .' Countv Times stan(* *s t0 °r&anize a c* 1 cuit of say a dozen counti* and hold a county fair at¡ justed all right, the county capitol of each county at least four days each year, the time being in the autumn when "the har- vest time is over Nellie dear" and farmers are ready to take a hand with their exhibits. Every individual exhibit would thus have an opportunity of making the entire round of fairs—start- ing in the home totfn and continuing till the entire list had been completed. As an advertising proposition the plan would be great and valuable. People having 4S^p&fttáss¡ vldcfe tppcs? is columss mi Thm Tlmm will b* gladly corrected upon it t to tfc* Attention ét 1*** inbllihn INTERESTS ARE MUTUAL The time used to be when the people in the country imagined in some way that they were different from . people in the towns and ands for sale, or wanting to * " , . i A * itm ' ,«" m'm'm . * ■ &...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Houston County Times — 2 May 1913

Does Crockett Need a ° New Railroad? If So, Why Beg For It? There is no doubt in the writer's mind that Crockett needs another railroad; crossing the I. & G. N. at right angles extending from Lufkin to Waco 1 or Dallas; giving the citizens of Crockett and Houston County ' facilities for trade and travel, thus obviating the necessity to paying tribute to a half dozen towns in hotel bills, etc., each time one takes a trip in most any ^ direction. A few issues back our local paper, The Times, carried edito- rials advocating more factories; thus bringing pay-rolls and something to keep money at home. Worthy auggestions they are, but to those who under- stand the necessity of railroad facilities necessary to factories, it does not take very much argu- ment to prove Crockett needs more railroads. As to the needs of other railroad facilities, it is so plain I will not attempt to ar- 1 gue it here, and wish to point out to the citizens of Crockett and Houston county the proba- able resu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Houston County Times — 2 May 1913

mm 0'-P f®afe i* MM fiW ■ If,000 Demonstration Farms in 215 Counties In Texas Industrial Congress Contest ^OT—3Qg= ° HOME ENTERPRISE aos IOS ao From 1,746 students of better farm- While thi* remarkable growth has Ing In 161 counties of the Btate in been the result primarily of the utim- iy 11, the Ttxiie Industrial Congress ulus caused by the prize offer, thU has steudlly lncrnastnl this number to Inducement to use brains aa well as 10,869 In 215 counties in 1913. brawn in crop production, is recog- Unique among association* for agri- nlzed by thinking uien as but an Incl- cultural development, the Congress, dent for the purpose of accomplishing by offering $10,000 in gold annually the real object of the Congress, which lor tbe best yields or specific crops, Is to lower tho cost of production cost of production considered, has in a little more than two years awaken ed among the farmers of Texas en thuslastlc interest In scientific cul- tural niethodB. Improved seed selec tion, bette...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Houston County Times — 2 May 1913

USEFUL RACK LIFTERS Automatic Unloader That Any One Can Easily Work. SUMMER FALLOW HABIT BU HANDY CROSS CUT SAW Illustrations and Description of Con- tri vanes That Will Be Found Ad- vantagsous on Any Farm- Racks Will Not 8llp. I have an automatic unloadar for heavy hay racks and other wagon bodies that any one can operate who knows how to drive a team, writes V. Hathaway of Fort Smith, Ark., In the Farmers Mail and Breese. Fig. 1 shows one section of the frame as It appears before unloading while Fig. 2 shows the position of the frame with the rack on It. Thft posts A are 4 by 4's set firmly Into the ground. The^e posts should be set about 6V4 feet apart crosswise. The length and height of the frames depend on the racks used. BB are the lifting braces which must be well made and secure- ly bolted to the posts, yet not so tight as to hinder them from moving freely In loading or unloading a rack. The pieces C are 2 by 6's bolted to the lift. «Ui i i,. * u J FJsl I iV I .A-hV - t F,j3...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Houston County Times — 2 May 1913

;V-f EI Money to Loan If you want \jo borrow MONEY you will do well to SEE US before placing the loan. We loan on real estate, buy vendors' lien notes, and we give especial > attention to farmer's WEnts Cone li iW (in u • ckuce to FIGURE WITH YOU. WARflELD BROS. (MRn north Sida at Puliw CROCKETT. TEXAS. Coral Mtms Ask Harvey about* it at Mc- Lean's Drug|Co's. — The Rexall Store. adv tf Fishing parties are all the go r«ow. Edgar Arledge went to Trinity Monday. By all meansIleCCrockett have a regular Trades Day. You get news that is news when you read The^Times. H. H. Anthony of Houston, was in the city Wednesday. Sec the fishing canes and tackle, at. the Big Store, adv28 2t And still they come rolling in ! —new subscribers to The Times. S. T. Howard of Grapeland, was a visitor to the city Monday. A complete, up-to-date ab- stract. Aldrich & Crook, adv tf Old papers, good for wrapping purposes, for sale, at The Times office. Dewberries'next and then —oh you watermelons smiling ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston County Times — 9 May 1913

1 I ■* * Houston County Subscription $1.00.Per Year, In Advance. Guaranteed Circulation i\ VOLUME 8 CROCKETT, HOUSTON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1913. I. & G. N. LOSES IN SUPREME COURT New Corporation Is Charged With all Franchise Obliga- tions of Old Company. Austin, Texas, May 7.—The supreme court today affirmed the decision of the court of civil ap- peals at Galveston in the injunc- tion case of the International and Great Northern Railway Company vs. Anderson County, et al., which involves the re- moval of the general offices and machine shops of the company from Palestine. The decision is in effect a vic- tory for Anderson County as to enjoining the defendant com- pany from removing its machine shops and round houses from Palestine, but as to the question of requiring the company to move back to Palestine its gen- eral offices, which had been re- moved to Houston and New Or- leans, the court indicates this may have to be determined on a trial of the main cause. PICNIC AT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston County Times — 9 May 1913

M i Steinlein-Lively Company's Big Sale Opens Promptly at 9:00 a. m. Saturday, May 10, Continues One Week Rev. S. F. Tenney's Sermon on Christian Science Answered Houston, Tex., May 5, '13. critic to impute to Christian To the Editor of The Houston Scientists the views that Houston County Times, Crock- entertained by students of occul-' because tism. of In speaking of Mrs. : will note that there are two rec- ords of creation mentioned in the first and in the second chapters | of Genesis. The Christian Scientists accept the record given in the first chapter, where | it is stated that God made man in His image and likeness; and, ! from this sublime viewpoint ! they are able to prove that the ¡real man is spiritual and not material. were j Christian Science is Christian, it is compassionate, PASTURES FOR STOCK ring of Farm Animals May rJot Bo Easiest Problem. kind, and reforming, and heals Eddy our the sick and reforms the sinner by the same spiritual method that Christ Jesus and his d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston County Times — 9 May 1913

"• .«/fícV Our Special Sale Is low Ii Full B and we know by the way this sale has been attended by the people of Crockett and Houston County that they appreciate the many bargains they find in our house. It is always our aim to give you just a little more for your money than you can find anywhere else. Every day we receive new &oods and every day new bargains are added to our list. Don't miss this big sale Sale Closes Saturday Night, March 10th. PATTON BUILDING C. P. O'BANNON CROCKETT .TEXAS. SOCIETY NOTES Luncheon One of the most beautiful af- fairs of the season was the luncheon given the Quid Nunc Club, on Wednesday the 23d of April, by Mesdames C. N. Corry and Beulah Marshall, at the home of Mrs. D. A. Nunn. The guests were received at the door- by Mrs. Corry, assisted by Mrs. Earle Adams, Jr., and Miss Mary Lee Benedict. The floral adornment of this elegant home was most beautiful. Palms, graceful ferns and lovely flowers were arranged in a most effec- tive manner. The colo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston County Times — 9 May 1913

jl ton County Times TH08. J. WELCH. Manager PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY I u Second Clu* Matter at th« Pwtofflce •t Crockett, Tnai, Under, the Act of llarch M. 1ST . it will be taken up and fol- lowed by the business people of Crockett. There is a world of good trade terri- tory that belongs to Crockett but which is being worked by other towns at this time. It is ours and let's go and TEBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: r Annum. in Advance 11.00 get it by all meanS "And Worth the Money." vroneoui reflection upon the character. : or reputation of any penon, firm or which may appear in the columna af The Times will be gladly corrected upon it Mag brought to the attantion of the publisher. The píos have carried lee land and it is more than one thousand miles from Iceland to the next wet precinct. If the Atlantic were bridged it would take near- ly four days to cross it in a fast auto. But it would sure be some ride wouldn't it? The Texas legislature will meet in extra session in July. So far we haven't h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Houston County Times — 9 May 1913

as? ■. y%«m *1 Steinlein-Lively Company's Big Sale Opens Prong at 9:00 a. m. Saturday, May 10, Continues One Wei SOCIETY NOTES (Continued from Page 3) President appointed Mesdames Ccrry and Dunn to have charge. On motion of Mrs. Corry it was decided to have a Doll Show in the near future, and to - ask the assistance of the D. A. Nunn Chapter. No other business the Historian, Mrs. Theo. Dunn, gave the following program : Piano Solo—By Fannie Bond. Texas Heroes of the War be- ing the subject, papers were read on the life and character of Gen. Jno. McGruder and Dick Dowling. A paper telling of Johanna Troutman, a Georgia woman, who made the first Texas flag, and of the recent re- moval to Austin, Texas, of her remains, also the further efforts of Gov. Colquitt to have a suita- ble monument to her memory, was very interesting. Vocal Solo—By Wilmer Shivers The program closed with the children singing "Maryland, My Maryland." The meeting ad- journed to meet Saturday, May 10th, with the fi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Houston County Times — 9 May 1913

V - ' . FOR DRY FARMS IF" |;|á\ f i€-' h:"' ' Tepary Bean Has Big Possibili- ties for Arid Sections. Professor Clothier of Arizona Experi- ment Station Says Plant Is One of Most Wonderful Ever Pre- sented to Public. In a bulletin written by Prof. It. W. Clothier of the University of Arizona «ujü published by the Arizona experi- ment station, entitled, "Dry Farming in the Arid Southwest," Prof. Clothier will introduce to the world a new dry farming crop which has wonderful pos- sibilities for the arid sections of the world having a short rain period. The crop is the tepary bean, obtained from the Papago Indians by Director K. H. Forbes of the Arizona experiment sta- tion In the spring of 190'J and placed in the hands of 1'rof. Clothier at that time to be tested for its dry farming possibilities. Writing of this bean, Prof. Clothier says: After three years of experimenting with it I am prepared to say that It is one of the most wonderful plants ever presented to the dry farming public...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Houston County Times — 9 May 1913

■it-'' • What You Want When You Want It Crockett Lumber Company "The House That Crockett Built" A House Page of enterprising and progress- ive Square Dealers who believe in boosting Crockett and building business .* .* .* .* They are worthy of your patronage Ho"st9n c«- Qi! Mill & Kfg Keeping the Peo ey at Horn and giving you as good or better you can ship in at less money. FERTILIZERS AND FEED J. T. Harrison DKAl.KH IN P, "'If,* Sat£rST°#£ tyy , R.G. LÜNDY dealer in Harness Trimmings, Whips riage andHarn telephone 2-0 Rotes and Rcpes. Made OF S. Sh- ■ «J'Blers « Co In u '"'«test* ' **01,Htjfj .e"'s ft 00 c°->v "e" '«St ■ore r°ct. C.eV"^V^.úo* tced', «ooeV Cv aA° the very nesa~~f0 ,est Prices.' basket vvher, teij the story r< r ^ .. ■ y,m V/, < 1 *' r v ¿f J V >■ '/.r ^ ■Vll * *%>//í v|| ¿ -iJ Í , •' «>• ; : 11:1 Víbaty°« ^0Ugh and tbr and gooa-t aru to0^ ■class—\lUre is 1" ougn- fresh S' odson Crockett Bakery and Palace of Sweets Brtad, Rolls, Pies and Cakes i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Houston County Times — 9 May 1913

I Money to Loan If you want to borrow MONEY you will do well to SEE US before placing the loan. We loan on real estate, buy vendors' lien notes, and we give especial attention to farmer's wants. Come in and live as • chance to FIGURE WITH YOU. WARflELD BROS. one* north Sida of Public Square. CROCKETT. TEXAS. Soral lit ma MMí mjg Ask Harvey about it at Mc- Lean's Drug Co's.—The Rexall Store. adv tf One hour each day for medita- tion ! How do you like The Times today ? Mr. Roy Arledge spent Sun- day in Palestine. Dr. E. B. Stokes was in San1 Antonio this week. Mrs. J. E. McConnell ha3 fur- nished rooms for rent. 9 adv Smile ! Smile !! You are liv- ing, and the sun still shines. A complete, up-to-date ab- stract, Aldrlch & Crook, adv tf New subscribers to The Times still roll in ! There is a reason. Old papers, good for wrapping purposes, for sale, at The Times office. Mr. R. H. Wootters returned Tuesday from a business trip to Austin. Miss Wilton Wyatt and Miss Susie Fields were v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Houston County Times — 16 May 1913

$ o © c¡> Houston Countv Times. Subscription $1.00 Per Year, In Advance. VOLUME 8 i Guaranteed Circulation 1800 Each Week. CROCKETT, HOUSTON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1913. Automobile Trade Trip and Trades Day Is As- sured For Crockett On Friday evening about 200 business men and representative citizens held a mass meeting at the court house, to discuss an Automobile Trades Excursion over the county and also to dis- cuss a regular Trades Day for Crockett. The meeting was called to or- der by I. A. Daniels, who stated the object of the meeting. Organization was perfected by the election of I. A. Daniels as chairman, and C. L. Edmiston secretary. After several interesting talks by J. W. Young, mayor, Frank Chamberlain, C. L. Edmiston, Dan McLean and others, stating the good that Crockett would de- rive from such a Trades Day, and after considerable discussion a committee of three was ap- pointed, consisting of C. L. Ed- miston, chairman; B. F. Cham- berlain and Dan McLean, to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Houston County Times — 16 May 1913

EXCEPTIONAL VALUES We are offering during the last two days of Our Big Sale, Friday and Saturday, D some Exceptional Values, picked at random from our store, i n $1.50 Middy Blouse, all sizes, extra good "galatea, for only 98c Children's 89c Gingham Dresses, small sizes, for only 48c Ladies 10c Double Taped Vests, in this sale for only 5c Men's best Elastic Seam Drawers, al- ways 50c, for only 39c [ Specials For Satnrday, May 17th 9:00 TO 9:30 A. M. 10 yards of 10c and 12 l-2c quality CA. Bleached Domestic, for only ¿ tlvv 10:00 TO 10:30 A. M. 10 yards of 6c quality Colored Lawn 0^\r for only ÚOC 11:00 TO 11:30 A. M. 10 yards of 10c and 12 l-2c quality Dress Ginghams, for oniy _ tlUC 1:00 TO 1:30 P. M. 10 yards of Standard Brand Calicos, worth 6c, for only _«OC $1.00 18-inch Shadow Lace Flouncing, on sale for only 48c Ladies' House Dresses, made of good percales and gingham, worth up to $1.98, for 98c Choice 98c An immense assortment of all the different garments, such as Muslin Pet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Houston County Times — 16 May 1913

A THIS WEEK'S NEW ARRIVALS — . a^i The latest out in Ladies' Neck Wear; Barrettes, Back Combs; something new in Shirt Waists; Table Covers, Dress- er Scarfs; big lot of Crochet Buttons; the latest out in Men's Ties; also another shipment of Men's Underwear, both in union suits and the two-piece garments. We have also received a big shipment of the famous Helmer Bettmann Shoes for Men, in all the new styles, and a last to fit any foot. Visit our store—we can always show you something new and will save you money on every article. PATTON BUILDING C P. O'BANNOIN CROCKETT .TEXAS. Kuhlman Mineral Wells Big Thing For Crockett Through the courtesy of Mr. W. H. Kuhlman, the editor had the pleasure of being shown over his place on Main street, last Tuesday, and was greatly sur- prised at what he saw. Mr. Kuhlman has one of the finest places that we have had the pleasure of going over since we have been in Crockett, easily the best and fastest city in East! Texas, and we truly hope that all of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Houston County Times — 16 May 1913

WB-: líP m HW '*:• ■ § Houston County TiniCS People who have any in- tention of investing in Crockett real estate had better do so now, as it will never be any cheaper. THOS. J. VVHl.CH, Munaiiar PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY I u Second Claw Matter at the Poatofficc at Crockett, Texaa, Under the Act of March Ird. 187 . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: r Annum, in Advance fLOO "And Worth the Money." Any errotieoua reflection upon the character. Miwllng or reputation of any person. Arm or corporation which may appear In the columna mi The Timea will be gladly corrected upon it ! brought to the attention of the publiaher. THE PARENTS OF KIRBY A few days ago, John Henry Kirby of Houston, dedicated to the memory of his beloved parents a great monument down in the pine woods of East Texas. A great event was at- tended by hundreds of peo- ple from various sections of Texas, and the chief speak- er on the occasion was Hon. S. B. Cooper of New York City, former congressman, from the second district of Texas,...

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