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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Calvert Courier — 19 July 1918

\ IttVUUOU W Vulillolty, Hall J, University of TiSM. ooooooooop fl«0000 -O O YOU READ HNS. WOULD O O NOT AN AJ MfcJtfc DUE O O READ JUST AS #UIGKLY? O O O • O O O •••• « yiiu pier Himnicle THE CALVERT COURIER Picayune Estab....l911 CALVERT. ROBERTSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1918 ooooooooooooooooi o LARGEST CIRCULATION • O OF ANY PAPER IN • 0 ROBERTSON COUNTY. • 00000000000000001 VOULUME XLIII NO. 9 NEGROES IB GIVE- EXHIBIT 1. I u CALVERT GINNED- FIRST j TWO BALES THURSDAY A most emmmmmUUe project is on foot in tbw anntjy and one hat' The first two bales of cotton of promises far tumhiw nsults. Last the 1918 cr°P were «"ined at the . . m m > it i ^HKonn nin in (Vi io niKr Th liPflHa V year about uts lutuf Jul}' the negro Gibson Gin in this city Thursday farmers ol Robectinui county led hy | moi'n'n£> They were raised those who had walked under the «!U9'' extension service of the A. and M. college negro division made a street exhibit that was at. real eye-opener to the a...

Publication Title: Calvert Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Calvert Courier — 19 July 1918

/ / THE CALVERT COURIER FRIDAY, JULY 19, 191* The Calvert Courier CALVERT PRINTING CO., PROPS. W. H. GIBSON EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. SUBSCRIPTION .. PER YEAR $1.50 ROBERTSON COUNTY'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER Represented for foreign advertising iy American Press Association, New York — Chlcauo — Dallas. EnteVed at the Postoffice at Cal- vert, Texas, as second-class mail matter. .Germany thought she had effect-! Have you read General Pershing's ually put Hussia to sleep. But list of acts of gallantry in the army Russia lias a way of turning in her sleep. When the Government takes con- trol of the telegraph, telephone and cables, will there be more or less wire-pulling than at present. Our summer reading will be the newspapers. Who wants fiction when the incidents of the great war are unrolling themselves be- fore us The President's phrase "that noble death which is only a glorious ronsumation" is a fitting word of obituary for any man who dies in the service of his country. and marine corps in F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Calvert Courier — 19 July 1918

% FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1918 THE CALVERT COURIER *7 ' i£} ************************** COTTAGE CHEESE MENUS. Cottage cheese will cut down your meat bills if you will uae It for that purpose. Note those suggestions from tho Unltod States Food Administration. NWM************##^^ Breakfast Menu. Orange Cottage -Cheese Sausage . Corn Bread or Toasted Wheat less Bread Creamed Potatoes Coffee Dinner Menu. Cottage Cheese Loaf Hashed Potatoes Spinach Radishes Wheatless Bread Strawberry Bavarian Cream Coffee Supper Menu. Plain Cottage Cheese with Nuts and Chopped Peppers Hashed Brown Potatoes Lettuce Salad gtesh Fruit Sauce Oatmeal Cookies COTTAGE CHEESE SAUSAGE. 1 tablespoon finely chopped onion S tablespoons savory fat % teaspoon soda 1 tablespoon mlllc 1 eup cottage cheese i U cup cooked rice * cup wheatless bread crumbs % cup coarsely chopped peanut meats % teaspoon powdered sage % teaspoon thyme 1 teaspoon salt V teaspoon pepper H cup peanut butter ' Cook the onion In th fat until tender, tout...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Calvert Courier — 19 July 1918

THE CALVERT COURIER STOMACH TROUBLE Mr. Marion Holeomb. of Nancy, ICy. says: "For quite a long while I suffered with ste; na.cn trouble, I would have polos a d a heavy feellag after ray liiefels. a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate ariytnin:; with butter,oil or grease, I v/ouid spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. I h;:d used pills and table's, but after a course of these, I would be constipated, it just seemed to tear rriy stomach all up. ) fo ui i <!':y were no good at all for my -trouble. I neant THEDFOfffi"' ##* * • «-r- * * ■:>*-#* ^ <? ***** ** [] i •km J HIDAV, JULY id, 1918 r.'Ot POLITICAL. % r • ■ v'; ' •*/'' s; i *• *J' '"Sett^rth'iagdiVfiUv^ " - m mm, hfM1 '• -i B N & f\ /. v t M 1** i&J i£* ily, so bprjan to use it It 'cured' ■ It.is recommended very; rne. I keep itiaiije house.aU the riffle. ■ It, is the best liver medicine made. I do iittf lu;ve sick headache or Stomach ' trouble anymore-." nacTc-Draught '' acts on iiver and h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Calvert Courier — 19 July 1918

< FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1918 THE CALVERT COURIER Local and Personal Ring 53 for picnic supplies sau sages, pickles and fresh cakes etc Peterson Grocery. RAILROAD TIME TABLE H. & T. C. North Bound No. 5 1 ;45 a. m. No. 17 3:00 a. m. No. 15 2:00 p. m. South Bound No. 6 i :45 a. m. No. 18 . 3:00 a. m. No, 16 l ;42 p. m. I. & G. N. North Bound No. 14 2:14 p. m. South Bound No. 15 j 1:45 p. m. All kinds of staple and fancy groceries at Peterson's Gi'ocery. All kinds of staple and fancy groceries at Peterson's Grocery. Fresh flower seed at Drury's. Mr. and Mrs. Seth Burnitt are spending the week in Galveston. sEmil Pietsch went to Dallas Sun- day to enlist in the Aero Squadron. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Smith of Baileyville were in the city Monday. Fresh cheese and butter at Peter- pi|0{, son Grocery. Mrs. H. A. Rogers is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. J. K. P. Hanna. Glenn Rushing has accepted a position in Houston with Henke and Fresh cheese and butter at Peter- son Grocery. . v N. P....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Calvert Courier — 19 July 1918

H: H is THE CALVERT COURIER /. FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1918 IN ANSWER TO MR. DECHERD , SENATOR DECHERD REPLIES TO JUDGE HARDY FACTS SHOW THE CHARGES AGAINST JUDGE HARDY ARE NOT TRUE *v . Corsicana, Texas, July 3, 1918. The Daily. Sun, Gentlemen: In your issue of recent date Mr. *, A, Decherd, ^ Jr. of Franklin makes various "statements in an article replying to a former article aigned by someone as "Patriot." These statements by Mr. Decherd are in the main misleading and false as the attached telegrams will show. Knowing this to be true I immediately upon reading Mr. Deoherd's article wired Mr. A. S. Burleson, a member of the Presi-i dent's official family, and would be j pleased that you publish same in -erder to show the' character of campaign our friend, Mr. Decher^ is engaged in. Yours very' truly, W. M. Peck. Corsicana, Texas, July 1, 1918. A. S. Burleson, Postmaster General, Washington, D. C. It is being charged that Repre- aentative Rufus Hardy has not sup- ported the Administration...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Calvert Courier — 26 July 1918

i'UDlioiiy, Hall J, University of Texas. ooooooooooooooooo o o O YOU READ THIS. WOULD O O NOT AN AD HERE BE O O READ JUST AS QUICKLY? O o • o ooooooooooooooooo THE CALVERT COURIER Courier Estab....l870 Chronicle Estab. .1898 Picayune Estab.... 1911 CALVERT, ROBERTSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 20, U 18 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O • O LARGEST CIRCULATION • O OF ANY PAPER IN • O ROBERTSON COUNTY. • O • OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO VOLUME XLIII NO. 7 J COMING IN RUSSIA One who lias lived for several years among the Russians, and who is a close observed tells me > tho.t •while the masses are very ignorant there are among them ipany men who are bold and sagacious. They have the cunning which distinguish- ed many Indian tribes. German propoganda found ready listeners among them because it promised them everything they wanted, sying was easy for, the Hun spy, acting under orders from Berlin. Now the day of reckoning has come and instead of deliver- ing the goods. i Germany is trying to steal everything t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Calvert Courier — 26 July 1918

h « wwnmueta*e ,/ THE CALVERT COURIER FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1918 ■-/' A Final Ward From N.P.Houx, Candida)! for Stafo Sonafor To the Democ:at!c Voters (men and women) of tlie 12th Senatorial L>.s- trlct: ' As election day Is nearly here, and as it will be imi-ossible for me to see alt cf the peu,.j i want to make this flna. a,peai. and urge that my friends throughout the d.strict, who have promised me their support, interest themselves in my behalf and help me win the nomination for state senator. On account of the size of the dis trict (four Urge counties) and the Be- mands of business upon my time, 1 have been able to make only a par- tial campaign, and there are many voters whom 1 have not met person- ally. therefore this statement of my position on the issues of the day. A nat've Texan (born in Grimes county,) the son of a Confederate soldier and the great-grandson of a major in Washington's army, and hav.ng spent more than thirty years in th service pf the state as an of- ficer i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Calvert Courier — 26 July 1918

—FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1918 THE CALVERT COURIER HARD TO CHEAT FATHER TIME WiM is the Man Who Appreciates Value of Punctuality, and Great Is His Reward. A young Kentuckiun has lost a big fortune by being 20 minutes late in keeping a business engagement. I The cheerless old fellow with the scythe always gets all that is coming to him. And there is many a bad scar on our fortunes Vhere he has hud to prod us up to the mark. Time is cheap, and we are apt to think we can flleh it as we will. But It is always ourselves we rob, ncft time. Maybe yoa can waste your own time by being late in keeping engagements and feel that the loss, If any, is ycrr own affair. But It is also the affair the man you keep waiting. You waste his time, too. If your time is worth- less, maybe his is not. He may con- clude that his time Is worth more to him than you are. In many cases it may not matter much. But one never knows until af- terward whether it matters or not. And through false politeness we are usually assu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Calvert Courier — 26 July 1918

i f / THE CALVERT COURIER FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1 18 • The Calvert Courier CALVERT PRINTING CO, PROPS. W. H. GIBSON EDITOR AM) PUBLISHER. SUBSCRIPTION ...PER YEAR $1.50 The Germans are claiming that i CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE the Americans have ten million men on lite fighting line. We liad an njea some time ago that the Ger- mans would think' they saw Wn UK liters .every time an American turned loose on them. ROBERTSON COUNTY'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER Represented lor foreign advertising by Amerieau Press Association New York — Chicago — Oallas. Entered at the Postoffiee at Cal- vert, Texas, as sccond-class mail matter. All memorials, resolutions, cards of thanks, etc, not classed as news, •re piad mailer. The charge will be lc per word. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputa- tion of any person, firm or corpor- ation which may .appear in the col- umns of the Calvert .Courier will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the pub- lisher. -.FRIDAY, JUL...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Calvert Courier — 26 July 1918

FRIDAY, JULY 2ti, 1918 THE CALVERT COURIER t Local and Personal RAILROAD TIME TABLE H. & T. G. North Bound 5 — 1 :-i5 a. ra. No. 17.... 3;00 a. in. 15 2:00 p. m. South Bound No. 6 4 1:45 a. in. No. 18— 3:00 a. in. No. 16 l ;42 p. m. > ' I. & C«. N. North Bound No. 14— 2:14 p. rn. South Bound No. 15 1:45 p. m. Fresh flower seed at Drury's. Fresh cheese and butter at Peter- son Grocery. Miss Madge Brown of Temple is visiting Bernie Tyson. Wanted—Bran and oat sacks. Good prices. Drury's. Miss Lucile Burnitt entered col- lege at Austin this week. Mrs. Kersten is showing new felt hats. Call and see them. John Mercer and Clarence Allday have returned to Cooper. Miss Louise Gibson left. Wednes- day for Battle Creek, Mich. J. B. Lewis of Franklin is the guest of Rev. Thomas R. Morehead. Miss Kathleen Francis is visiting friends and relatives in Ballinger. Mrs. Dave Arnett of Wheelock is visiting the family of B Dougan. Gladys Dougan is spending a few days with friends at Wheelock...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Calvert Courier — 26 July 1918

* p I vj 1-*: :i P >"■ I I * l..„ r 6 Tftr^CALVERT COURIER Men Welcome Mother's Friend A lHrtf <hat Etwt Man Owm to TImm who Perpetuate the Race. Interesting Old Egyptian Letters. Letter writing, fortunately, was much practiced in undent Egypt, and there are quantities of letters between persons of all degrees of education and written on all sorts of occasions. We may read, for Instance, the encour- agement and good advice sent by pa- rents to absent sons, or may recognise familiar types of character In the an- swering effusions of children to pa- rents—the spoilt boy who scolds his father for having left him at home in- stead of taking him to the capital; the well-conducted youth, who complacent- ly assures his relatives that he Is get- ting on very well, combining study with recreation, and the prodigal son, who writes to beg his mother's for- ratlon. Mother's Friend. This Is a pene-' , , . that he i,aa •rating external application that relieves the glveaoss ana conresses in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Calvert Courier — 26 July 1918

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Calvert Courier — 26 July 1918

I * THE CALVERT COURIER .FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1918 LETTERS FROM JUDGE HARDY. AND OUR HEROES AHE HOARSE WITH PASSIONATE URGINGS AND CK1ES OF "TO ARMS"! while the armorplate, the powder, the gun a\inl shell and munitoin makers Replying to Senator Decherd's | laugh in their glee! HIS OWN WORDS PREPAREDNESS DENOUNCING PROGRAM charge, that Judge Hardy opposed Woodrow Wilson's Preparedness Program, Judge Hardy accuses Senator Deeherd of "resorting to deception to win votes." To sup- port his charge, Senator Deeherd only recited Judge Hardy's votes on the principal preparedness meas- ures. This seems to be insufficient to convince Judge Hardy that he really opposed Woodrow Wilson in his Preparedness Program for the w^r against the German Kaiser. That Judge Hardy may be convinced that he did oppose Woodrow Wislon in his Preparedness Program, the following in his own words, over his own signature, are submitted. In a letter to Clarence Ousley, D. D. Peevy.,P. L. Brady and Chas. H. Mills, read in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Calvert Courier — 2 August 1918

iM >000000000000000 O YOU READ THIS. WOULD O NOT AN AD HERE BE O READ JUST AS QUICKLY? O o o ooooooooooooooooo t>i usum of Publicity, Hall i. University ofTesaa. THE CALVERT COURIER -■«T ■0 0000000000000009m o • O LARGEST CIRCULATION • O OF ANY PAPER IN (§ O ROBERTSON COUNTY. • 0 9 00000000000000oom uour Cbro ier Estab... .1876 rooiele Estab.. 1898 Picayune Estab....IMi CALVEliT, ROBERTSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGSUT 2 1918 VOLUME XLIII Nat STATE MEETING OF COUNTY AGENTS - All the county demonstration agents of the state were called to College Station last week and were Instructed with reference to things they were expected to accomplish. They are expected to turn In full reports from all demonstrators. They are expected to organize the people of the county into communi- ty organizations so thai they can be quickly reached for the execution o* any measure that pertains to the successful prosecution of the war or to the promotion of the general welfare. They are expected to b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Calvert Courier — 2 August 1918

t f f 4 ' f f' ! 1 i ' If i 1 f u r, %.. The Calvert Courier G/UlYEHT PRINTING CO., PROPS. W. H. GIBSON EDITOR ANll- PLBUSHER. SUBSCRIPTION .. PER YEAR $1.30 We never knew that there was so much latent herohmi among the young fellows in the officies, the factories and on the farms of Amer- ica. Thank God that to our young Americans "courage is so common." ROBERTSON COUNTY'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER Beprescnted for foreign advertising fey American Press Association, York — Chicago — Dallas. K U-red at the Postoffice at Cal- tmrt, Texas, as second-class mail sr. All memorials, resolutions, cards Of thanks, etc., not classed as news, ■m piad matter. The charge will KB ic p&r word. Any erroneous reflection upon to character, standing or reputa- of any person, firm or corpor- ation which may appear in the col- mwm of the Calvert Courier will be gtauUy corrected upon its being ferought to the attentioQ,of the pub- Uaber. ADVERTISED LETTERS List of advertised letters at the Culvert postoffice,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Calvert Courier — 2 August 1918

FRIDAY, ALOSIT 2 1918 THE CALVERT COURIER iwwwwwwwwww^vwwwwwwwwwwwwwww Local and Personal RAILROAD TIME TAHLE H. & T. G. North Bound No. 5— 1:45 a. m. No. 17 3:00 a. m. No. 15 2:00 p. m. South Bound No. 6 1:45 a. in. No. 18 3 ;00 a. m. No. 16 1:42 p. m. . I. & G. N. North Bound - ,i No. 14 2:14 p. m. South Bound No. 15 1:45 p. m. 64. Want to buy pot-plants. Phone Fresh cheese and butter at Peter- son Grocery. . Mrs. Carl Sommer left today for Dallas to visit her parents. Miss Myrtle Teachworth returned Wednesday from Houston. Ed Llyod of Reagan spont several hours in the city Wednesday. Bob Ingrain arrived Monday to visit Rev. and Mrs. E. A. Ingram. For Rent—6 room cottage with ba^li room. Apply Lynn Norton. •Nell Sparks is spending her va- cation in Alvarado with relatives. Mairlin district of the ladies of the Missionary society of the Meth" diet church met at Franklin Tues- day. Those attending from Calvert were, Mesdames J. M. Taylor, Ber- tha Salter, George Whatley,. W....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Calvert Courier — 2 August 1918

r*1 14^" THE CALVERT ^COURIER c . & «F -v' «?• £< p;;; H£' if \]i& String Circle WHb Much Whispering ~V* Am AQ Cr«*t!y hWiei to Thoaa Who T«B Their Eiptrltncw. the arrival of the stork there la WHk to talk about. The comfort of the expectant mother is the chief topic, and there *• Ml* to be •umeorie who baa uaed or *%—i of that splcodlU external help—Motb- «r* Friend. ■m. ncrroiuneM, bearinrdown and -JMrfcfnff paiiia and otlier aymptoma so fa- •nriBar to munjr women are amonr the Pleaded experience* thousand* of mother* gay they entire!y escape by Vie use of this far <ow remedy. lie Utfltieneo on tie " -rk of nerve* -and Uf« enU just lie.:. .Aiu Is won- derful. By thn u«e of Mother's Friend <4nnnir t!<. . 1 u>e miut'le* are made and kujl * <u*lic; tiicy expand easiir, without Ktrr.in, v>fi«.n b: by U born and the and danger -t the crisis Is naturally Mother's Priocil Is for ettcrnal tire only, la sold by all <lr Ji[<rurti. rr:d rflii/uld be iummI w...

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