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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 12 November 1908

• r ®he Crockett Courier. Entered as Second-Class Matter at Crockett Post-Office. Subscription Price $1.00 Per Annum, Payable at Crockett. VOJL. XIX, f ■ CROCKETT, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 12, 1908. , NO. 42. t 0OOQQQ Suits Specially Made for Men \ T \ i *: i i i For those men who crave style, who desire every radical style point of the season embodied in their clothes, to whom fashion ap- peals—for just such men we show a col- lection of Fall Woolens that will gladdentheir hearts The newest worsteds in brownish, tannish, green- \ ish, smoke and navy effects, tailored to give fit \ and permanent shape. Odd yet tasty pockets < and cuffs on coat, wifcfc lootf, graceful lapels. You'll like them as you like them on others. Will You Buy a Fall Suit? : Shupak Tailoring Company < Exclusive Tailors J Crockett and Teague ©©©©©© Missionary Institute and Rally at Crockett. "We^re fortunate to have in Texas for two months these two Secretaries of the Woman's Foreign and Honae Mission Boards, Miss ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 12 November 1908

"Jin ¡runrnanh v ■ ' i ■JM8B i | lw>, I COUNTING CONTEST Given Away Af IA AA In Valuable to Counters W.W pRIZES Do You Want to Win a Valuable Prize? If So, Enter the Great Counting Contest of the W. A. LEYHE PIANO CO. Prizes Will Be Awarded as Follows: «ONE CELEBRATED KIMBALL PIANO, VALUED AT $450 AS FIRST PRIZE. A HANDSOME *130 six OCTAVE KIMBALL ORGAN, SECOND PRIZE AND A PINE f 100 KIMBALL ORGAN AS UHIRD PRIZE AND OTHER PRIZES AMOUNTING IN VALUE TO $4,800.00 IN ORDER OF MERIT WAKING A CRAND TOTAL OF $5,000.00. Vtvmvntber it costs nothing to try except use of your brains. Our reason for distributing these valuable prizes Is WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR HIGH GRADE PIANOS KIMBALL PIANO And we want to b thorouitrhly anS favorably known throughout the stato as dealers In but one quality, and that the,best that money will buy, and we want everybody who Is interested in the purchase of a Piano, Organ, Piano Player or t*iayer Plano, Upright or Grand, to investigate." Call at our ware rooms,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 12 November 1908

jfc ELECTION FORTAFT. HE IS WINNER. BY a Large Vote the Re- publicans Victor In Election. Former Secretary of War Chosen as the Chief Magistrate. jp*r New York, Nov. 4.—William H. Taft of Ohio and James S. Sherman of New York have been elected the success- ors of Theodore Roosevelt as president and vice president of the United States. They have secured 258 electo- ral votes, wltli thirteen doubtful, ac- cording to returns up to 6 o'clock this this morning. There is practically no change In the relative standing of the Democratic and Republican positions in the lower house of congress. The Republicans will retain their present maporitp in the senate. Hughes has been re-elected governor of New York by about 76,000 plurality. By over 15,000 plurality Taft carries Indiana. Ohio returns have been seriously delayed owing to the immense size of the ballot, but Taft has carried the state by a majority ranging from 50,- 000 to 75,000. Taft carries New York City by 11,000 plurality, tais bein...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 12 November 1908

OQQ#OOQ#0O<DQG Thanksgiving Day — Then Christmas Are You Ready for the Great Festival of the Year? Our great dress goods sections are ready with the widest range of assortment, in ail the very choicest and very newest styles. The unquestionable moderateness of our prices affords unequalled opportunities for economy. t : 85c Brown Waterproof, 54 Pft. mches wide wUv 85c Navy Waterproof, 54 inches wide vUC 85c Black Waterproof, 54 jg||- inched wide vUC 85c Blue Check Serge, 38 gf|A inches wide vUC 75c Cream Mohair, 36 PA. inches wide vllv 85c Gray Serge, 86 inches fñ. wide vVv 75c Navy Mohair, 36 CAü inches wide vllv 75c Black Brilliantine, 36 CAa inches wide VVv 75c Black Ground White FA. Dot Mohair vUC 75c Navy Gray Plaid Pan- JP A* ama, 38 inches wide vUv A Combination of Special Silk and Dress Goods Values. We show more styles and prices than any house in Crockett—moreover, our styles are more carefully selected, our silk and wool fabrics cannot be improved upon; the values are ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 12 November 1908

1 1 r : Se\voo\ SxwroVves We carry all school books in stock and exchange new for old ones. Bring them in to us. a MURCHISON % \ m m m m m * * * * i * m * m * 9 m s 1 * * BEASLEY. I IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHERE TO DO YOUR SHOPPING, READ THIS COLUMN. Some Rare Bargains Are Offered Here to Our Readers—The Seller to the Buyer. Phone 29 for good things to eat. Toilet articles. Sweet's Drug Store. $18.50 suits reduced to $14.50 at John Millar's. Phone 29 for prompt delivery and good goods. See those reduced samples at John Millar's. FOR YOUR Thanksgiving Oysters SEE F. B. Webb At the Bakery. /The task of advertising better, more adequately, than your com- petitor is yours always, unchang- ingly. I am prepared to fill your orders for fruit cake ingredients and good things to eat. Phone 29, Johnson Arledge. The messages from the mer- chants are always interesting—and usually affect the "state of your purse." Advertising "makes" a good article, and "kills" a poor one. Boys' Knickerbocker...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 12 November 1908

p ■ i HsrI ■Jirj v Anther Lteisey Stiry. Judge Ben B. L¡ mise y (if the Denver Juvenile court ksowshow to tell a good story—as well as a bad boy. In a recent article be tells a new one to illustrate the shortsightedness of the average business man in failing to appre- ciate the great economic value of public playground. "Because the actual returns in dollars are more or less invisible," observes the judge, "it is difficult for some people to see the necessity of public play- grounds. They liave as little sense of real values as that boy whom I induced to go to Sunday school. He said: 'It's a place where all the ' little kkls go and give up a penny and don't get anything back.' He was thinking of the substantial stick of candy he got at the corner grocery for that precious penny. When asked if he hadn?t learned anything there, he said: 'I learned about angels, I did. I learned they'bad wings just like chickens, but 1 didn't learn whether they laid eggs or not.' One of the piti- ful t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 8 July 1909

mMBM % *| Mi ■* •vL.' * •« -* ..■><■ r. V 14 RAGES THIS WEEK Crockett Entered as Second-Class Matter at Crockett Post-Office. Subscription Price $1.00 Per Annum, Payable at Crockett MOTTO—Quality, Not Quantity. CROCKETT, TEXAS. JULY 8, 1909. VOL XX—NO. 24. HOUSTON BELT AND TERMINAL CO. PURCHASES 60-ACRE TRACT CHANNEL FOR $90,000. ON Will Build Wharves and Slips and Connect With City Yards by Bridge and Belt line. From Wednesday's Houston Post. Yesterday the Houston Belt and Terminal company purchased fron R. H. Baker, president of the Trinity and Brazos Valley road, sixty acres fronting on the north side óf the ship channel, for the consideration of $90,000, or $1500 per acre. The terminat'company will build extensive storage and transfer yards aud dockage and loading wharves and slips, • Facilities and accommodation* will be arranged for handing oceangoing vessels and immense storage warehouses and sheds will be erected in the near "future. President Pettibone of the termi- n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 8 July 1909

:" - ■'.'-? -," ;iv-.•' *'v." \\<y v'5 C"; £ . THE CROCKETT COURIER, W. AIKEN, Editor CROCKETT : I I TEXAS I I 'I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. fp R. ATMAR, DENTIST, # CROCKETT, TEXAS. Office over Bricker's Jewelry Store. Telephone No. 67. Crown And Bridge Work a Specialty. J. W. MABDXN C. M. (MAKVIM) II.US MADDEN & ELLIS, ATTOBNET8 AT LAW, CROCKETT, TEXAS. Will practice in all the State and Feder- al Courts and in both Civil and Criminal catea. Special and prompt attention Í;iven to all business placed in our isnds, including collections and probate matters. Madden & Ellis. a. a. stokkb, m. n. J. s. WDorrcas, u. o. gTOICES & WOOTTERS PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. CROCKETT, TEXAS. Office with The Murchieon Beastey Drug Company. C. LIPSCOMB, M. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON CROCKETT, TEXAS. Office with The Murchifion-Beasley Drug Company. WHITE^9(i Cream Vermifuge THE 8UU1ITEEI WORM REMEDY TNI CHILOREN'8 FAVORITE TONIC. a*WAM • TMS IHWM NIMNt MU If Ballard-Snow Liniment Co* •X. LOUIS, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 8 July 1909

T delinquent tax roll for the city of crockett for the year I «O . Notiee it hereby gi*en that after August 1st, 1909, the City Attorney will nuil on all deliuquei.t tuxes due the City of CrokeU. G. Q. KINO, j. D. SALLAS. _ Finance Committee. THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF HOUSTON, and CITY OF CROCKETT. I. C. W. LeGory, Tax Collector of the City of Crockett, do hereby certify that the within lauds and town lots aweased on the tax rolls of the City of Crockett for the year of 1908 are delinquent for the taxes •f 1908. M C. W. LeGORY. (SKAL) Clby Tax Collector. Subscribid and sworn to before me this 13th day of May, A. I>. 1909. MINETTK SATTERWHITE. Notary Public Houatoo County, Texas. OWNER Ahderson. Nomo , Barbee. Mrs. Julia Bayne. T. H Beeson, Cal Box. 8. B Hraker, Aaron Brown. N. J„ Mrs Caesar, I. A Crockett Canning Co... I)unwoody, L. E., Mrs Elli*. Jno. H Fetder. 1 hot Fluker, Jas., est Foster, Jno. R Foster, Jno. R. . ' \b/ ("Aeres jTotal IWo.l ORIGINAL GRANTEE 1 Kend. Taxes ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 8 July 1909

The Crockett Courier Issued weekly from the Courier Building. W. W. AIKEN, Editor and Proprietor PUBLISHER'S NOTICE. Obituaries, resolutions, cards of thanks and other matter not "news" will be charged for at the rate of 5c per line. Parties ordering advertising or printing for societies, churches, committees or or- ganizations of any kind will, in all cases, be held personally responsible for the payment of the bill. The fourth of July, the great est of our National holidays, has now passed into oblivion, so far as 1909 is concerned and it will be but a short while until the dollar days will arrive. With the advent of September, when the fleecy staple begins to be placed on the market, every day will l e a dollar day until the close of the year and the open store that does not reach out and advertise bis wares extensively will have the pleasure of seeing the dollars pass him by and drop into the till of his .wide- awake competitor.—Rusk County News. a>,i v 111 SSi K-VvV..;, 'y r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 8 July 1909

** *** ***** ** i £>oca\ ^te>3os. * * * s , Suits pressed for 50c at Horan's. Miss Lizzie Howard visited at Love lad y Monday. «I. W. Keatinsr of Lovelady was id Crockett Tuesday. John Baker of Rogers is visiting relatives here this week. Shupak Tailoring Co's. is the place for covered buttons. L. D. Rogers of Patterson Lake was here Monday and Tuesday. Earl Cater of Houston spent the fourth of July with his parents here. G. L. Murray and W. B. Coch- ran of Lovelady were in Crockett Saturday. Peter's Milk Chocolates—high as the Alps in quality—at Sweet's Drug Store. You will will find the newest line of gents' furnishings in the city at Horan's. Miss Marion Bliem of San Antonio is being entertained by .Miss Hallie Aldrich. Ever eat any of Lowney's? If so you know how good it is. You get it at Sweet's Drug Store. We are handling the very best butter to be had. Kept on ice. Try it. Crockett Bakery. A fresh shipment of Lowney's chocolates and bon-bons just received at Sweet's Dru...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 8 July 1909

A HOPEFUL PROSPECT. He—Darling, 1 don't know what to •ay to your father. She—Just say: "Mr. Munn, I wish to marry your daughter"—then dodge. Serial No. 701. When Vrcle Saw went out after fake drug* and parent niMlirinea, Dr. Mitcheii'a Kye Salve with n«v«r * change in formula or label nt out* regit tered and received Se- rial No. 701. 'J'h* influence of Dr. Mitch- ell £>'« ümIv Inn ever «pre¡ui through I merit. Unfailing care for aore. and inftametl eyée. Pfriee 23 cent . Its Cause. "Ella's new dress is in shocking taste." "Possibly on account of its color." "How is that?" "You know, it is electric blue." Guara* Your Blood HATl YOU 'Blood Poison, BONE PAINS, CAN- GER, SCALY SUN, PIMPLES, |9H| Rheumatism, Eczema? H v« yon achira and pains In Bones, Hack, Joints, Mncua Fawhea In Mouth, lore Throat, BoUs, Copper-Colorcri Spota, Ulcera on any part of the bodj, Hair oí Ryehrowa falling out, open humors, syphi- litic Hhwd Polton,KwotMo f(l nd>lf Have yon Wat«ry Blister*, Open, Itrhl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 8 July 1909

TO MEMORY TO JULES VERNE Monument Erected by Amiens, France, In Honor of the Famous French Author. Paris.—Amiens, France, where Jules Verne lived and wrote and died, and of which ho was a lifelong municipal councilor, has dedicated a monument to his memory. It is a marble bust on a high decorative pedestal, around the base of which a boy and his sister are reading one book and a smaller boy is reclining in the same pleasant pursuit of knowledge. The notable men present for the delication included such Parisians as Jules Claretie, the brother of Al- phonse Daudet, and Henry Roujon of the Beaux Arts. Jules Claretie told u A JOB FOR TWO. Monument to Jules Verne. how the younger Dumas looked on Jules Verne as the real rival of his father. Dumas the Great popularized history in his novels; Jules Verne did more to make boys and men know geography and applied sciences than any other author of fiction who has lived. Neither pretended to be rigor- ously exact; but. at bottom, there was histo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 8 July 1909

B¡i -Jlni , ooomooemooooo sC-- ™|Sa SPaPsw* ¿ JSP -- . 1 I 'j ¡fejST-iu , k li, 3< ■ tr ■ Jas. S. Shivers & Company ■ THAT for the next 30 days we shall offer the trading public of Houston county some marvelously low prices on all summer goods—prices that are REALLY CUT, which you will please note from the few items we shall quote you below. We will have you understand we would like to quote you a price on every article we carry, but as time and printers' ink cost too much for this, we will make the statement that we must move out the summer goods and make room for our mammoth fall stock. We have made a reduction on all goods of from 10 to 25 per cent and we feel that such reduction should appeal to all. We will conclude now with a few special quotations: ,:Y PPsS V üp' Sr. mm; No. 8807, White Swiss, raised satin stripe, regular 25c value, cut AA. to, per yard 4vV No. 3499, White Swiss, satin checked, very fine for waists, 85c value and heretofore sold for this AA <f A. pr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 8 July 1909

O tKMMWMMMMaM 2432 Lots Sold Up to Noon Wednesday ALL SOLD SINCE JUNE FIRST C/5 33 MAGNOLIA PARK c/> : s 431 Acres in the Park MAGNOLIA PARK, comprising four hundred and thirty-one acres, partly within the eastern corporate limits of Houston, is bounded on north by the Houston Ship Chan- nel and Harbor, on the south by Harrisburg Road. It is between Houston and Harris- burg. It has a frontage of more than a mile on Harrisburg Road, from which it extends north to Houston Harbor, the head of ocean navigation. The land, generally, is sloping, high and well drained. It is clothed with a magnificent forest of pine, oak, magnolia, bay and other beautiful trees. It lies direct- ly in line with Houston's greatest activities, and is the choice territory in which mostr rapid growth must occur. Much of the property along the ship channel and harbor, from its natural fitness and by reason of the growing commerce of Houston, will become business property; and the remainder is now equally avai...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 8 July 1909

mm m Jus^one month ago Magnolia P^gc was thrown open to the public, and the sale of 2432 lot^or the period ending June 30th^lls the story of a sale of lots unprecedented and unknown in the history of Texas cities. Houston the Next Great City, BUY NOW JJTOP a moment while we tell you that in 26 working days we have sold 2432 lots. "There's a reason." The people know that every lot is a bargain. They know that never before was such a high class property in Houston so cheap and terms so easy. Beautiful lots at only $165; no interest charged—taxes paid until 1912. FREE LIFE INSURANCE -FREE ABSTRACT. Lots Now Worth $165 on July 27 will be Worth $198 MAGNOLIA PARK is in the path of. Houston's surest and quickest onward growth and every lot is as sure to grow in value as Houston is sure to grow. Get in now before the $165 lot is advanced in price, July 27th, to $198. THE MAN THAT SUCCEEDS IS THE MAN THAT DOES THINGS; ACT NOW; pro- crastination is a robber. EVERY LOT A BARGAIN Deep Water an...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 8 July 1909

f THE CROCKETT COURIER. LIST OF LANDS AND LOTS DELINQUENT ON MARCH 318T. 1909, FOR THE TAX Ed OF 1908 ONLY. IN HOUSTON COUNTY. THE STATE OF TEXAS, Couiity of Houston. I, A. L. Goolsby, Ta Collector of said County, do hereby certify that the within lands and towu lots assessed on the Tax. Roll* of said County for the year 1908, are delinquent for the taxes of 1908 only, and that I am entitled to credit for the taxee as shown thereon. A. L. GOOLSBY, Tax Collector. Sworn to and subscribed! before me this 15th day of April, 1909. (SEAL) N. E. ALLBRIGHT, County Clerk Houston County. CERTIFICATE OF COMMISSIONERS' COURT. STATE OF TEXAS, County of Housto . In Commissioners Court. We certify that we have examined the within report of lands and town lots a*set>sed on the Tax Rolls of Houston County, for the year 1908, which are delinquent for the taxes of 1908 only, and find the same correct aud that A. L. Goolsby, Tax Collector, is entitled to credit for the taxes as shown thereoa. Given ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 8 July 1909

THE CROCKETT COURIER. i n v ■ T LW'DS SOLD TO THE STATE OR REPOBTED DELINQUENT IN FORMER YEARS. NOT REDEEMED. AND ARE ALSO DELINQUENT FOR 1908, IN HOUSTON COUNTY THE STATE OF TEXAS, County of Houston. I A L. (ioolntiy. Tax Collector of Houston County, do hereby certify that the within report of lands and town lots a**é>i> ed or. the 'lax Roll of «aid County for the year 1908, which have been soli to the Sute or reported delinquent fyr the laxes of former year and not redeemed, and are uUo delinquent for the taxes of 1908, u correct, and that I am entitled to credit for the tuxe as shown thereon. i.i.u. i. A. L. GOOLSBY, Tax Collector Sworn to and suUcribotf before me this 15th (toy of April, _ (SEAL) E- ALLBRIGHT, •County Clerk Houston County. CERTIFICATE OF COMMISSIONERS' COURT. THE STATE OF TEXAS, , County of Houston. In Commissioners Court. We certify tn«t we have examined the within report of land and town lots asst-ssed on the Tax Rolls of Houston Countv for the yt-i.r 19...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 8 July 1909

I ■- r - 4 ym * ■ . . &&&'.■■ , V ■>, * : -, „ ^ í ^ A- \>' m fra I 1 HNHP&& KlI^^^HBli y %^/s m */ ■JS'tr. f m SURROUNDINGS AS IS AND PLANNED «i.' MACNOUA PARK SHOWS IN RÍCHT HAJWISBU«G ^AOJ«® J4&££5.,$i - roficcRotiND. üNt Au^^xinifftoOTfirMA^^ Houston to the itrr, «ARW3ÉWW5 fiftUK. „... ^ TO THt RtCHT. - Bftrtf SS/WOU ARO H0ÜSTOM' COUNTS h . Houston Harbor m SmCmm Ou&'s «AcwncwT crowds shown \ NORTH AMO BACK Of tttGNQUA P«K- IN C£NHR fORtCROUNDv foa Pwcts of Lots ano further ÍNFOR&WTION, CAU. OR WRITE MAGNOLIA PARK LAND CO. £$$$* £ M ;vx Houston °« ** TfXAS rytó*?&szd¡¿Z*¿ HOUSTON, TEXAS The Title to Magnolia Park Is Guaranteed by the HOUSTON ABSTRACT & TITLE GUARANTY COMPANY, Capital $250,000 i VANCE TWEN ON THE 27m OF JUL*

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 8 July 1909

OOOtOO09@O®OO Jas. S. Shivers & Company ,-ii THAT owing to the fact that we are taking inventory of our mammoth stock of dry goods, groceries, boots, shoes, hats, caps, stoves, wagons and hardware of every kind, we will be almost ioo busy to advertise. Therefore, we desire to call your attention specially to only one line of the many contained in our great establish- ment, and that one— Our Wonderful Line of Shirts Those of the Ferguson-McKinney make, which is a guarantee in itself, and below we will quote a few prices which we think should interest half of the population of Houston county—at least that half that wears shirts. And while we shall quote you prices on only a few styles, we are prepared to show you hundreds of designs if you will kindly drop in our store. - , No. 5970, White Pongee, very fine and dressy, would be a fine value at $1.25, our *1.00 price $ I No. C603, Black and white striped and figures, good $1.00 value, our price... f QQ No. 2664, Black and white fig...

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