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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 14 January 1915

é Protect Your Stock and Poultry A small amount of money spent for worthy foods and remedies for your stock and poultry to protect them dur- ing cold weather will prove a paying investment. Stock Foods and Remedies We have reliable veterinary remedies for all animal dis- orders, condition powders, etc., stock foods that econo- mize feed because they supply elements that cause the feed to assimilate perfectly, thereby furnishing the great- est amount of nourishment. Poultry Foods and Remedies Keep your hens in good money-earning condition at this season by giving them a good poultry powder. It will keep the entire flock healthy, and healthy hens never fail ^to lay. We sell all of the good poultry powders which can be relied upon as a positive preventive and cure of all ordinary poultry diseases. Decuir-Bishop Drug Company Parcels Post Our Hobby Phone 47 or 140 f £ OC8lV time. A complete, up-to-date abstract, tf-adv Aldrich & Crook. J. C. Hearon of Route 5 was a visitor at the Cou...

Publication Title: Crockett Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 14 January 1915

IMlSl Sale. p., :Ésm H——— Ho. Biaic J. E. Bynum, of did execute his W$k ú Elli ^If:; • v- K fmc certain deed of trust to the under- signed, Joe Adams, as Trustee, for the purpose of securing payment of one certain promissory note signed by himself and A. H. Bynum, dated January 13th, 1914, for Six Hun- dred, Sixty-five and 64-100 ($665.- 64) Dollars, payable to Waller Grocer Company, or order, with ten per cent per annum interest thereon from date, and payable in install- ments of One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars, the first being due and pay- able February 1st, 1914, the second payable February 15th, 1914, and the other installments payable on the first and 15th days of each suc- ceeding month until said note was fully paid, on the following describ- ed real estate, lying and being sit- uated in Houston County, State of Texas, to-wit: Being a part of the John Moore league, and the same more partic- ularly described by field notes as follows: Beginning at the North East corner of Lot Nu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 14 January 1915

NNON'S Clearance Why Buy Goods Elsewhere and Pay a Long Profit When You Can Buy Here at Manufacturers' Cost? Sale! 6,1915, and Will Run 13 Days ht, January 30th inter merchandise to prepare a (M^will begin to arrive about Feb- iuction from 20 to 50 per cent of store must be reduced. Waiting For and Asking Aboat time to save money. We do not icle. What we want is to get rid new, fresh stock on hand. Don't :s 13 days. ¡Not Lose Sight of Any Article Notions Three cards Safety Pins, clearance sale price 5c Five packages Dress Pins, clearance sale price 5c Two cakes Soap, clearance sale price 5c Two cards Pearl Buttons, clearance sale price 5c Two bottles Machine Oil, clearance sale price 5c One bottle Blue Seal Vaseline, clearance sale price 3c 25c bottle Peroxide, clearance sale price • < 15c Muslin Underwear One lot Ladies' Muslin Pants, clearance sale price 16c One lot Ladies' Muslin Gowns, clearance sale price -48c g, one and >rth up to 73c am 73c m 50c, 15c I $1.25 ice 89c d ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 14 January 1915

ÜhéIíé or BUSINESS, DECEMBER 31.1*14 $100,000 00 ted to secure circulation (book value) 40.429 97 I to tecure circulation (book value) 43.000 00- (other than stock ) i to stock of Federal Reserve bank 12,112 20— $12,000 0 10,000 00- l house. $10,000 00; furniture and fixtures. $ $439,724 01 183.429 97 12,112 20 2,000 00 10,000 00 6.800 00 V- , ytr? "V- 8.619 92 >3,470 54— m 42,000 40 10,404 01 1,006 86 2,905 84 2,440 00 19,451 60 7,550 00 750 00 reserve agents in central reserve dties ed reserve agent* In other reserve cities and bankers (other thtut above) and other cash items, fractional currency. on banks in the same city or town as reporting bank Notes of other national banks Lawful money reserva In bank: Specie 16,150 60 Legal-tender notes 3,295 00— Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (not more than 5% of circulation) Due from U. 8. Treasurer - Total ! - $740,365 54 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in...., - Surplus fundL Reserved for taxes I 1.448 14- ClreuUtlng note 181,00...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 21 January 1915

'"Pet "ty L,h A°Wn ■ >t& 2hc Crockett Courier. Entered as Second-Class Matter at Crockett Post-Office. Sub8criptfbn Price $1.00 Per Annum, Payable at Crockett MOTTO: "QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY." CROCKETT, TEXAS, JANUARY 21, 1915. VOLUME XXV—NO. 52. RETURNS FROM MONDAY'S ELECTION IN HOUSTON COUNTY John LeGory Represents This County in the Legislature, Succeeding Hon. John R. Hairston, Deceased. Following are the returns from Monday's election in Houston coun- ty, held for the purpose of electing a representative to succeed Hon. John R. Hairston, deceased. These returns are not official, but are ap- proximately correct. The commis- sioners' court, in session this week, will canvass the returns this (Thurs- day) afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, of- ficially declare the result and mail to Mr. LeGory, now in Austin, his certificate of election. Mr. LeGory represents the democratic vote and Mr. Tunstall the socialist vote as follows: Augusta—LeGory 68, Tunstall 3. Antioch—LeGory 14, Tunstall...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 21 January 1915

'W'';''"'" ■'.#-■ V . • ! ■; " .■'& ' ¿ é- ' S*A>? ' -T L^.'i '" . "• ' • , f £.*>' líi ifilW j' § ' ? ^v; *, card* of thanks not "news" will be the rate of Sc per line. _ advertising or printing i, churches, committees or er- of any kind will, in all cases, held personally responsible for the payment of the bilí. for f>S • Uh\ Pi kk:' gM n W®M$ Sgg Walton Speaks ta Farmers. Mr. T. 0. Walton of the extension department of the A. & M. College was in Grapeland last Friday, and addressed quite a number of far- mers and business men upon the importance of diversification in 1915. Mr. Walton is a gifted speaker, knows what he is talking about and handled his subject in a way that was intensely interesting from start to finish. He illustrated his talk with telling effect by having on dis- play some canned goods and other edibles, the labels of which showed that they were grown, packed and shipped in here for our consump- tion, most of which could be raised right here on G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 21 January 1915

___ • ¿' 1 WHAT A DOLLAR WILL DO This is the time of the year when many people begin to approximate their expenditures for the ensuing twelve months. What of YOUR expenditures? Have you considered what a single dollar will buy, and what a FEAST OF INFORMATION it will give you? Let us think a few thoughts. A dollar will pay for fifty-two issues of the Crockett Courier. \ «• And what will the Crockett Courier do for you? It will be a regular weekly visitor to your home—rain or shine—in good weather or foul—in prosperity or adversity. It will tell you what the town and county authorities are doing, of the improvements they are making, of the manner in which they are expending the people's funds. It will tell you of business conditions, of crops, of the state of the markets, of all that is needed in the conducting of public and private affairs. It will tell you of the births, of the marriages, of the deaths, and of the sickness of your relatives and friends. It will tell you of the busi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 21 January 1915

w . tbe Courier Building. and Proprietor. S9Ü mm resolution , cards of thanks latter not "news" will be _ for at the rate of 5c per line. Parties ordering advertising or printing societies, churches, committee# or er- of any kind will, in all cases, held personally responsible for the of the bill. Chickens and other poultry and their products bring money and they can be sold at Crockett every day in the week. The national de- partment of agriculture has issued a bulletin showing that poultry con- stitutes the cheapest meat supply the farmer can produce. There is no reason why any farmer cannot have enough poultry for his own table and some to sell. It is a good way to keep the wagon from com- ing to town too often empty and re- turning home too often loaded. - . . . as The Federal agricultural depart- ment issues a warning in regard to the creamery promoter, also the promoter of canning factories. Many creamerLi and canneries have been built where there was not ma- terial enough to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 21 January 1915

J Your Money Back If Dr. Hess Stock Tonic Does Not Make Stock Healthy and Expel Worms One of the most liberal guarantees ever made for any product has just been received from Dr. Gilbert Hess, one of the foremost vet- erinarians in the country. Let every farmer and poultry raiser read this remarkable offer: C3T"So sure am I that Dr. Hess Stock Tonic will make stock^3 healthy and expel the worms, that I authorize you to sell it to your customers on the strict understanding that if it does not do as I claim—if it does not pay them and pay them well—they should bring back the empty pack- ages to you and you will refund their money. We prom- ise to reimburse in every case. Tell every customer, also, that Dr. Hess Poultry Pan-a-ce-a must keep their poultry healthy and help their hens lay, and that Dr. Hess instant Louse Killer must kill lice on poultry and farm stock, or they can have their money refunded." Surely, this is unbounded faith in the merits of a product. We stand ready to bac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 21 January 1915

Vi- \v' .. l * W ' •■'■ <l: '■':* ' í*-' 'íWy,: ' '*•' Begin, in the Courier n at the Royal Fallowing Week _ , * <'f > '% ' V ;-•!:! 1 S?p I ■ I Ü I -*; ■ r '* i' . fias A4 • b ■':■■■ kr-K-^' ' V . mmimm ": V \ «I \ Exploits Every Subscriber Will Want to Read the Story! - as aaBwi T Every "Movie" Patron WU1 Want to Read the Story! of Elaine The thrilling picture play narrating the adventures of the beautiful Elaine with the mysterious criminal of the Clutch- ing Hand is attracting thousands of people to moving picture theatres all over the country. The films will be shown in our city at the Royal theatre, following the publication of the first installment in the Courier next week. Subscribe Now! Do not miss the first installment. "The Exploits of Elaine" is a splendid romance and detective mystery. The action ia swift and the interest is maintained from beginning to end. Once introduced to Craig Kennedy, the master criminal catch- er, every reader will follow his scientific...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 21 January 1915

P0WER 0F EL0QUENCE. Mow Fisher Amu Conquered the Houm of Representatives. It is doubt£ol if a greater orator- ical triumph was ever witnessed than that won by Fisher Ames in the house of representatives at Washington in 1796. This wonderful speech was called forth by the proposed appropria- tions for the effectuation of the "Jay treaty," a bit of diplomacy that was at the time the "para- mount issue" with the American people. The Jay treaty was immensely unpopular with the masses, and the excitement of the country ran high. The feeling against England, very bitter to begin with, was intensified A hundredfold by the terms of the treaty, which were looked upon as being most humiliating to the proud young republic. All over the land there went up a roar of protest against the "Jay game," as it was called, and, in spite of the ratification by the senate, the signature of the president and the president's proclamation to the ef- fect that the treaty was binding, the house, reflecting the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 21 January 1915

' fVW mm - -y - y " , ■ ... - ■ Mr. aid Hh. Flnley 1. Shepard Own 5,518 Skim la Company—New Flaaaciil Named. read, and the cheapest man PACIFIC tOAD on seed was one who resides in Denison, and he offered the seed to us at 70 cents per bushel. A motion was passed that the secretary inform all members that if they contemplated buying seed to come prepared to deposit their ELECTION OF FERGUSON AND HOBBY DECLARED Hoase aad Seaate Canvassed Vote and Formally Announced the Result St. Louis, Mo.. January 19.—The, Gould no longer control the Mi„-]mone* with «> ""T7 at 9e souri Pacific Railroad, it was learned jnex;. meetln« 30 that he 080 ,m from an authoritative source today, and, with the exception of the shares held by Mrs. Helen Gould Shepard and Mr. Shepard, the hold- ings of the Gould family do not ex- ceed 600 shares. Reports that a reorganization of the company was mm, imminent were denied. A list of shareholders of the company has been filed with the Missouri Pacific public serv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 28 January 1915

Pretty Llbn ry A oath ' '-fj If She Crockett Courier. Entered as Second-Claw Matter at Crockett Post-Office. ■ . ii , i , . Subscription Price $1.00 Per Annum. Payable at Crockett MOTTO: "QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY." CROCKETT, TEXAS, JANUARY 28, 1915. VOLUME XXVI—NO. 1. ANOTHER MAN NAMED FOR STATE HEALTH OFFICER. Dr. W. B. Collin of Lovelady Receives the Governor's Indorsement ' No Opposition. Austin, Texas, Jan. 22.—Dr. W. B. Collins of Lovelady was today nominated to be state health officer by Governor Ferguson. Dr. Collins arrived at the capítol and called on the governor early in the morning, and shortly after the conference his nomination was announced. It was not sent to the senate for confirma- tion during the day, but no opposi- tion is expected when it is present- ed. Dr. W. C. Swain of Dallas was named to succeed Dr. Collins on the state board of medical examiners. The announcement of Dr. Swain's nomination was made late this af- ternoon. "Have you a diploma from a school of re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 28 January 1915

' Y • ' .1' \ ■' ' hg. ■ ■■':■'■ :: •. ¡ mm DOLLAR WILL DO sé v -1 I foV: " J i.V tf# % — Ahs i I BRS$e§$8¡ A I ¿.vi This is the time of the year when many people begin to approximate their expenditures for the ensuing twelve months. What of YOUR expenditures? Have you considered what a single dollar will buy, and what a FEAST OF INFORMATION it will give you? Let us think a few thoughts. A dollar will pay for fifty-two issues of the Crockett Courier. And what will the Crockett Courier do for you? It will be a regular weekly visitor to your home—rain or shine—in good weather or foul—in prosperity or adversity. It Will tell you what the town and county authorities are doing, of the improvements they are making, of the manner in which they are expending the people's funds. It will tell you of business conditions, of crops, of the state of the markets, of all that is needed in the conducting of public and private affairs. ^ It will tell you of the births, of the marriages, of the deaths...

Publication Title: Crockett Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 28 January 1915

■ r H It Be| 9 [ins in tHe Cou _ ' Hv ' '{ J f.■■■ -*•••-.' rier This Week It Begi ns at tHe Royal T heatre Next Week The Exploits Every Subscriber Will Want to Read the Story! I Every "Movie" Patron Will Want to i Read the Story! of Elaine The thrilling picture play narrating the adventures of the beautiful Elaine with the mysterious criminál of the Clutch- ing Hand is attracting thousands of people to moving picture theatres all over the country. The films will be shown in our city at the Royal theatre, following the publication of the first installment in the Courier this week. Jja¡0L • > „• •: v'-'' •• • •' v - Do not miss the first installment. "The Exploits of Elaine" is a splendid romance and detective mystery. The action is swift and the interest is maintained from beginning to end. Once introduced to Craig Kennedy, the master criminal catch- er, every reader will follow his scientific deductions with bated breath. Complete in 14 installments—one installment each week—to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 28 January 1915

mm V'vi, r. w. j>rie lis 11 S§É over the cowpea that i should recommend it to the average i farmer. One of its most common uses is for hay, which is compar- able to alfalfa and red clover in feeding value. As a pasture plant, the soy bean is especially valuable for hogs. It also makes an excel- lent ensilage crop with corn. The soy bran can be used to advantage for green manure, greatly increas- ing the supply of humus and nitro- Although commercial fruit grow- J ^ the soil. ' The use of the log is not likely ever to be of much I «*d or meal as a substitute for importance in this region, there is1 cottonseed or oU meal in the feed- no reason why farmers should not ÍD¿ ration has given excellent re- grow enough to supply their own 8U'ta carda of not "news' of 8c per Une. rtlsing or printing churches, committees or ©r- of any kind will, in all cases, responsible for the bin. iHMÜlS homes and at least a large part of the local demand. HOC PEANUTS. Business men are going out after bu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 28 January 1915

▼ Your Money Back If Dr. Hess Stock Tonic I ■ Does Not Make Stock Healthy and Expel Worms One of the most liberal guarantees ever made for any product has just been received from Dr. Gilbert Hess, one of the foremost vet- erinarians in the country. Let every farmer and poultry raiser read this remarkable offer: IPs'"So sure am I that Dr. Hess Stock Tonic will make stock healthy and expel the worms, that I authorize you to sell it to your customers on the strict understanding that if it does not do as I claim—if it does not pay them and pay them well—they should bring back the empty pack- ages to you and you will refund their money. We prom- ise to reimburse in every case. Tell every customer, also, that Dr. Hess Poultry Pan-a-ce-a must keep their poultry heakhy and help their hens lay, and that Dr. Hess Instant Louse Killer must kill lice on poultry and farm stock, or they can have their money refunded." Surely, this is unbounded faith in the merits of a product. We stand ready to b...

Publication Title: Crockett Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 28 January 1915

' ' v .] , ' '"'; ' ~h \v:": : '.;: > ; • ' '-• ' • i" iSlK!; ■'"■ M'■ V ' ■ ^ '' ' 1 • •1'"--%^^ : fi 'WW*)f?*'■■:•: ®^F¥ PUP v' ygV'W msTAÍ s *' I >, I m&'-l ,. «*' ' - .v " 1 ymp I i| • *kM fete':.-/,, • -v pJli^TS ■ -!¡ "•= ■'* '■ i ■ - pJPF' '- >U •>- I-S Ejffiflf «41 fc|, - ; i : = By ARTHUR B. REEVE The Well-Known Novelist and the Creator of the "Craig Kennedy" Stories Presented in Collaboration with the Pathe Playón EPISODE í 5j§L f,k , WMk- ■■ > f -i M'J B| ñ pwSwsm' I í 1 ■' ( : ']¿y" Í 'V V V 8B8K The Clutching Hand. must be something new to to catch criminals nowaday*, old methods are all right—as far aa they go. Bat while we have been using them, criminals have kept pace with modern science." Craig Kennedy laid down his news- paper and filled his pipe with my to* bacco. In college we had roomed to- gether, had shared everything, even poverty, and now that Craig was a professor of chemistry In charge of the laboratory at the nnlverslty and I had a sort...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 28 January 1915

air heater, where the pipe ran up H 'through the floor to the library above. The other wire was quickly attached to the telephone where its wires en- tered. Upstairs Dodge, evidently uneasy in his mind about the precious Llmpy Red letter, took it from the safe along with most of the other correspondence ■and, pressing a hidden spring in the wall, opened a secret panel and placed most of the important documents in this hiding place. Downstairs the masked master crim- inal had already attached a voltmeter to the wires he had installed, waiting. Just then could be heard the tinkle of Dodge's telephone, and the old man rose to answer it. As he did so he placed his foot on the Iron register, "his hand taking the telephone and the receiver. At that instant came a pow- erful electric, flash. Dodge sank on the m§ floor, clutching the instrument, elec- trocuted. A moment later the criminal slid silently into Dodge's room. Carefully putting on rubber gloves and avoiding touching the register,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 28 January 1915

n r'?- L1* ago moot cattle feeders saying that the big weight from public favor iby beef had been corn- forward rapidly and had at- such popular demand that stockmen were deceived into think- ing the popular taste had perma- nently deserted big cuts of choice meat, and would have nothing but smaller and so-called more tooth- some and juicy cuts from the fatted yearling and 2-year-old. The Inter- national Exposition managers dis- continued the classes in fat steers 3 years old and more after last year's show. This fall feeders who remainedtrue to the big steer, and who bought heavy feeders last fall, are getting a big premium over producers of baby béef. Prime finished steers weigh- ing from 1400 to 1650 pounds are bringing $10.50 and more, while finished yearlings sell around $10 and less a hundredweight. The principal reason for the change in the market position of the big and little steers is overpro- duction of the little ones and short- age of the big ones. With respect to possi...

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