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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 13 June 1912

ty She € rocliett Courier. Entered as Second-Class Matter at Crockett Post-Office. Subscription Price $1.00 Per Annum, Payable at Crockett MOTTO: "QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY" CROCKETT, TEXAS, JUNE 13, 1912. VOLUME XXIII—NO. 20. RACE DISTURBANCE AT GRAPELAND. Citizens Resent Insult to White Woman and Fight Follows—Two Ne- groes Wounded. News reached Crockett Sunday morning of a race disturbance at Grapeland late Saturday afternoon, between 5 and 6 o'clock. The in- formation at hand is that^a negro woman pushed a white woman off the sidewalk. A white citizen struck the negro woman and knocked her from the sidewalk. A negro man took a hand and ran onto the white man, when another white man came to the rescue. This brought a second negro man into the fight. During the fight several shots were fired and both negroes wounded. Murdock Murchison was the citizen resenting the insult to the white woman and George Calhoun was the friend coming to his rescue, so our information goes. The first negro...

Publication Title: Crockett Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 13 June 1912

W m i •... of thanks will be 8c P* kind will. In all case , responsible for the a ===== ' * ^ '■ ■ Hi V f.. . Mayesville, S. C., May 31,1912. Dear Mr. Aiken: Your paper greeted us when we arrived here posting us as to the .grow in Crockett I think I toid you how my wife and I enjoyed the mountain scenery from Bristol to Petersburg and Richmond, and here we passed from Richmond along the peninsula route to Newport News and Norfolk and Portsmouth. The timber cut down by the armies around Petersburg and Richmond, and on the peninsula, has grown up again, and the country so changed (feat I told my wife I would need a guide to enable me to identify the places 1 once was, as a soldier, fa* miliar with. I suppose we passed over much historic ground on the peninsula, once familiar to Wash- ington and afterwards to Lee, Mc- Clellan, Grant, etc. I remember as Confederate soldier, from the Ports- mouth side, looking across the ex- panse of water in James river and Hampton Roads, to Newport New...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 13 June 1912

m DELICIOUS MEAT DISH POT ROAST OFFERS MOST NUTRI- MENT AND SMALLEST WASTE. Can Be Made of the Cheaper Cuta of Beef With Excellent Reeulta —Eye _of Beef la Beat Cut. Pot roaat la one of the delicious tneat dishes that can be made of the cheaper (not the cheapest) cuta of beef with excellent resulta. It la a great mistake to Imagine that the cheaper cuts of meat are lesa nutrí- tloua, the fact being that these offer the moat of nutriment and smallest waste. For example, the first riba of beef contain about 18.6 per cent, pro- teid or body building material, and the hindauarter 18.7 per cent of pro- teid material. Perhapa It la not fair to call pot roaat a cheap dish, because the prlcea rary s* widely In different localities, and the cuta vary so much. In the vi- cinity of Providence, R. I., for exam- ple, our correapondenta; report prlcea of 12 to 18 cents a pound; In Phila- delphia, 14 to 20 cents, and In New York, 18 to 22 cents. In Providence they sell for pot roast the rump (14 t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 13 June 1912

■mkm«w MBém Issued weekly from the Courier Building. ~wTw. AIKEN, Editor and Proprietor. PUBLISHER'S NOTICE Obituaries, resolutions, cards of thanks and other matter not "new*" will be charged for at the rate of 5c per line. Parties ordering advertising or printing for societies, churches, committees or or* itions of any kind will, in all cases, Jd personally responsible for the of the bill. ANNOUKC i : f- m | Ills.1 M WTMTr-!n>:iCTp4a^fe The following announcements for office are subject to the democratic primary to be held in July: For District Judge John S. Prince Of Henderson County A. A. Aldrich Of Houston County For State Senator W. J. Townsend, Jr. of Angelina County For County Clerk O. C. Goodwin 6. R. Murchison Nat E. Allbright For County Treasurer Ney Sheridan W, H. Bayne For Sheriff A. W. Phillips J. C. Lacy For Tax Collector George Denny James J. Cook Ike Lansford S. S. (Steve) Ratcliff, Jr. A. S. Moore H. L (Ollie) Luce Samuel R. Knox For County Judge E. Winfree C.M....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 13 June 1912

• > ¿¿i '■ Vr¿ (í l 'V 7?, -V~ Have You Given Your Soda Party? Soda parties are quite the thing in many cities. It's no uncommon sight to see a bevy of dainty debutantes making merry at Huyler's, Guth's, Nunnally's and other famous fountains. It's a delightful method of entertaining your girl friends. Soda is the delicious tipple—the great American beverage of good cheer. It promotes sociability. Come in and see our new fountain and let us tell you how to arrange for a Soda Party; also give you one of our attractive little booklets with recipes for popular home-made deserts. S Decuir-Bishop Drug Comp'ny The Mothers' Club will hold a1 meeting at the first Methodist church of this city Friday afternoon at 5 o'clock. The ladies interested will please be governed accordingly. Lamber (or Sale. Both rough and dressed, complete house bills furnished. Prices right. B. D. Raines, tf 9 miles southeast of Crockett. F. B. Webb has opened up an ice cream parlor and soda fountain in connection...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 13 June 1912

¡gafe ; ... . Réiin stops «kiri trou If you have eczema or other ftching, burning, unsightly gkln or scalp eruption, try Reelnol Soap and Reeinol Ointment. The Itching Instantly atop end the trouble quickly disappears in even the severest ceses. tfaer ssSb Ssalasi SesfP aeS oais* mat Wriu tor Inm umita a< mcH *• Dspc IK, •■SINO*. CHEMICAL CO. HEALTH RESTORED mm • . V * This1 is the package* This is the medicine that really cures. Blood diseases in every form; skin troubles, sores and ulcers, rheumatism, catarrh, and those weakened "run- down" conditions which re- sult from impure blood*—all these yield to the influence of this purifying remedy, so mild and harmless, vet so powerful. Your money back if it fails to accept anything else In its place. Don't be "pot off". Ufltgp&'WSiiS^ St Lout*. We'll tec that yo *re auypli huUtm \ m_ •applied. m0>> LIVER PILLS gemlvb gently but firmly com; pel a lazy liver to do its duty. Cures Con etipation, In. digestion. Sick H—dacha, a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 13 June 1912

I 22 CONGRESSMEN AT LAKGE. F«ar for Tratara1, Five for Railroad CoauaissiMtr, Five for Associate Justice Supreme Court Paris, Tex., June 5.—Candidates for state offices, for congressmen at large and for United States senator who filed their applications for places on the official ballot of the democratic primary election with Hon. J. Sheb Williams, chairman of the democratic state executive com- mittee, within the time prescribed by law, are shown in subjoined list Of the thirty announced candidates for congressmen at large only twen- ty-two filed applications. Hie list follows: For United States Senator—Mor- ris Sheppard, Texarkana; C. B. Ran- dell, Denison; Matt Zollner, Fate; (J. F. Wolters of Houston did not file an application with the state chair- man, but has probably filed with county chairman,' as the law re- quires. June 27 is the limit of such filing). For Congressmen at Large (two to be elected)—J. K. Street, Dallas; E. W. Bounds, Marlin; S. C. Harris, Winters; A. M. Ken...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 13 June 1912

;v. m1' it"' . ■5= m 9-; • ONE DOSE WAS ENOUGH. Tm Much edge c called !E Prosperity. Ha Feared, Might Prava Hia Undciny. A lawyer picked his way to ihc of the subway excavation and down for Michael Finnerty. "Who's wantin' ma?" inquired a large, rawboned voice. "I am," said the lawyer. "Mr. Finnerty, did you come from Caa- Uebar, County Mayo?" "I did." "And waa your mother named Mary and your father Owen?" "They waa." Then, Mr. Finnerty," said the lawyer. "it is my duty to inform T«m that your Aunt Kate has died XQ the old country, leading you an «•tate of $20,000 in cash." There waa a pause and a commo- tion down below. "Mr. Finnerty," called the law- ter, craning hit neck over the wrench, "are you coming?" "In wan minute," said Mr. fin- nerty. "I just stópped to lick the foreman!" For six months Mr. Finnerty, ia % high hat and with hard shoes on his feet, lived a life of elegant ease, ig to cure himself of a great irst. Then he went back to his old job at one seventy-five a day. I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 20 June 1912

111 Ver, ^ Lth, '"'y '¿M ®l)e Crockett Cotiricc. Entered as Second-Class Matter at Crockett Post-Office. Subscription Price $1.00 Per Annum, Payable at Crockett MOTTO: "QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY." CROCKETT, TEXAS, JUNE 20, 1912. VOLUME XXHI—NO. 21. m REMARKS OF MR. J. R. ESTES Ib Introducing Governor 0. B. Colquitt to a Crockett Audience Last Wed. When O. B. Colquitt, governor of Texas, was in Crockett last week and spoke at the court house, Mr. J. R. Estes, a farmer living fourteen miles west of town and one of the county's best citizens, had been se- lected to introduce him. Following is a brief synopsis of Mr. Estes* in- troductory remarks: "Ladies and gentlemen: I do not know just why I have been chosen to introduce the governor except that I come from a class—the farm- ers—who elected the governor two years ago. I am not qualified to speak of the man I am going to in- troduce, nor is it necessary for any one to boost him, for his enemies have done that the past two years. I feel th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 20 June 1912

/ < . i- «*■ • r++ • -V cards of thanks "news" win be Se per line . ■ printing or i all ca« for the ÉSÉ' m i m ■*mé té mí K#'; ve neia personally reo pon si Die payment of the biD. 11 111 = Style «f Caapalli. Mr. Ramsey is telling it in his speeches that Governor Colquitt ap- pointed the little daughter of Colonel Lyon as sponsor for the battleship Texas to pay the republican party for 35,000 negro votes cast against statewide prohibition. It is dis- couraging to people who have been looking hopefully for the day of clean politics to witness a man who claims to be a gentleman descend- ing to such declarations as that. To bandy the ñamé of a well bred Te^as girl in the way Ramsey is doing is an offense that is bound to disgust anybody having the slightest acquaintance with the re- finements of life; to do so untruth- fully is an offense against all de- cency, and we do not doubt that such ungracious and ungallant as- sertions will react against the of- fender. In the first place, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 20 June 1912

. . . ■ •-V.V-.-M The Old Oaken Bucket Filled to the brim with cold, clear purity—no such water nowadays. Bring back the old days with a glass or bottle of It makes one think of everything that's pure and wholesome and delightful. Bright, spark- ling, teeming with palate joy—it's your soda fountain old oaken bucket. Cj,. _ Our new booklet, * Tec telling of Coca- Cola vindication at Chatta- nooga, for the asking. Whenever^ you see an Arrow think of Coca-Cola. Demand the Genuine as made by THE COCA-COLA CO ATLANTA, GA. M WELCOME WAS ENTHUSIASTIC CIOCKETT FURNISHED LAKE CROWD TO DEAR COLQUITT. iBtnlanikf Fsnaer ud Pwhittttaist Artietee CM Wha JaJfe Rawey Was Scored. Houston Post Staff Correspondent. Crockett, Texas, June 12.—"This is Crockett; Colquitt knows it," was the wording upon one of the long streamers which covered the length of one of the local buildings, and this about expresses it. Old Houston county can always be depended upon to uphold the traditions, the principles and th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 20 June 1912

fllll , , will of Sc per line. printing of any kind will. In all casee, r responsible for the the ~ =g= 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS. The following announcements for office are subject to the democratic primary to be held in July: For District Judge John S. Prince Of Henderson County A. A. Aldrich Of Houston County For State Senator W. J. Townsend, Jr. of Angelina County For County Clerk O. C. Goodwin G. R. Murchison Nat E. AJlbright For County Treasurer Ney Sheridan W. H. Bayne For Sheriff A. W. Phillips J. C. Lacy For Tax Collector George Penny James J. Cook Ike Lansford S. S. (Steve) Ratcliff, Jr. A. S. Moore H. I. (Ollie) Luce Samuel R. Knox , For County Judge E. Winfree C. M. Ellis For District Clerk John D. Morgan J. D. (Joe) Sallas For County Attorney IS B. F. Dent For Representative Nat Patton J. R. Luce Dr. J. B. Smith W. G. Creath For Tax Assessor M i Jc Hugh Campbell took Ramsey from obscure law practice at Cleburne him chairman of the board. His next move to place Ramsey on the court...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 20 June 1912

> Variety Is the Spice of Life This applies to our cigar as- sortment. We carry all the leading brands of domestic and imported fillers. Our service is prompt, and we are always anxious to please the drop-in customer. Suppose you call in and let us prove to you how anxious we are to please you. Decuir-Bishop Drug Company We Call For and Deliver Your Prescriptions. Remember, when you are in for' ; a day's outing, you can get the pic- | nic plates, sandwich wrappers and j container, all for 15 cents, at J. D. Woodson's. i Misses Kathleen and Ethel Win- ston of San Marcos and Fannie Rose : Robinson of Point Blanc will arrive i 'Friday to be the guests of Miss Nell Beasley. If you would be cool and com- fortable while cooking buy a Clark Jewel gasoline range. Clinton sells them, guarantees them to give ab- I solute satisfaction. C. A. Clinton, representing this congressional district and instructed for Roosevelt, left Saturday night for Chicago to attend the republican national conve...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 20 June 1912

Reading maketh a full man. 80 4oes the wine when it' red . , ; M -'Ji liJsi ; ¡ •' •; • ?: !■■ m of all ilck next surta lealthy condition* of the digestiva Garfield Ttt will Ml them right. Her Excuse. "These people hare a plausible and •elf-righteous excuse for their mis- Baid Senator Bankhead, apro- of certain hypocritical lawhreak- in an address in Fayette. "They remind me, in fact, of a cer- tain pairson'b domineering wife. The parson said meekly one day: " 'My lore, you told me before the wedding that you knew our marriage was made in heaven, yet you now or- <ler me about as if I were a slave.' " 'Order,' the woman calmly an- swered. 'is heaven's first law.'" Slow Travel. Down In Oklahoma they have a rail- ■road called the Midland Valley, which la noted for Its slow trains. It is told that a young man of Tulsa asked the hand of a daughter from her parents and was refused on the ground that the daughter was too young. "My daughter is going to Pawhuska tomorrow for a visit," sa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 20 June 1912

ART IN SERVING FOOD HALF PLEASURE OF EATINQ 18 THROUGH THE EYE. Molds Play Large Pert In Artlatlo Service—Everything From Fish to Deesert Can Be Molded— Hollow Ring le Favorite. Half the pleasure of eating la through thff eye. If food Is well serv- ed and cooked, a meal is a success, though the quantity and variety of the food may be limited. Molds play a large part in this dainty service. Everything, from fish to dessert, can be molded. Even the aoup might be, if it happens to be Jellied consomme, and new shapes are constantly brought out. The ordinary mold is of heavy tin, but the woman who object^ to using tin, especially for acids, can buy earthenware or aluminum. These last two cost more, and in them there are fewer shapes. Various sizes can be had, from a quart to many quarts. The very large ones are made to order. Individual molds are also popular, though the large ring or form shapes are more convenient and more fashionable for general use. Probably the favorite mold for mos...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 20 June 1912

■ , - ISr INTRODUCE! IT REV. AARON WHITE. OF YEARS AGO PnhifcitiM H«t the Ime, Bit Tariff ton—Hew a Client !pé*? w& mm ¥*;*. X,' Houston Post Staff Correspondent Crockett, Texas, June 15.—Colonel Jake Walters today made good his boast that be can take an auto- mobile anywhere, and came here frgm Rusk, where he spoke last night, to fill his . engagement today. The trip is probably one of the hardest that any i chauffeur ever un- dertook in this State. Houston county greeted him well A large number af farmers were in town and the district court room N was filled when he began to speak. Applause was liberal and attention good. The local hand added zest to the occasion, and prior to the speak- ing he was entertained with luncheon by his friends. Elder Aaron Whitehead, who knew Colonel Wolters yeacs ago in Fay- ette county, did the honors in in- troducing the speaker today and bore testimony that the ISoustonian has always been a true blue demo- crat and is not one of the white- wash...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 27 June 1912

n i Ve ^ '"■r hb niy ®hc Crockett Courier. Entered as Second-Class Matter at Crockett Post-Office. Subscription Price $1.00 Per Annum, Payable at Crockett MOTTO: "QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY." CROCKETT, TEXAS, JUNE 27, 1912. VOLUME XXIII—NO. 22. THE DEATH BLOW DEALT TO BRYAN'S AMBITIONS. Nebraskan's Stand Against Parker for Temporary Chairman Was Unavailing. Baltimore, June 25.—W. J. Bryan met defeat today at the hands of the democratic National committee and in the opinion of many today's defeat eliminates him from the race for the presidential nomination. The vote by which Judge Alton B. Parker of New York was elected temporary chairman over Mr. Bry- an—579 to 510—was interpreted in many ways. The Champ Clark adherents are claiming the nomina- tion and many believe today it would either be Speaker Clark or a "dark horse." Talk of Mr. Bryan has not ceased by any means. Some of his friends say today's vote was no test; that many of his most ar- dent supporters were compelled by circumstan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 27 June 1912

"\vw- | mm ÜS'- I# *& ¿ w - «■ ' " TRADE WiffDS. Why Thoy Wnt F«r Out The earth rotates on from «rest to east and north of the equator, axil the equator, from right to left, or op- posite to the motion of the hanas of his watch held with its back to- ward the equator. And the general movement of the entire mass of air around the earth is in the same di- rection. If not, then the equato- rial region* would be torn by a wind from the east blowing at a rate of 1,000 miles per hour. Air in the tropical zone is there- fore carried from west to east along with the earth's surface of land and tea. But the hent of the sun expands the air over these areas and makes it rarer, and this tauscs it to rise far above other lay- ers of greater density; then cool air from the north and south tem- perate zones rushes into the va- cancy, and wind would blow straight toward the equator from both north and south were it not for the rota- tion of the earth. The surface of the earth at the equator mov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 27 June 1912

► A COLUSION AT SEA. 8o*n« as tlM Tal Hoku Pluna.d Into th« Depths. * The Tai Hoku was a steamship of 8.100 tons, built at Midddleboro, England, for the Osaka Steam Nav- igation company, says the Engineer- ing News. Having sailed to Ant- werp to complete her cargo, the steamship left that port on Aug. tí, 1897, for Japan. On the following Bun day she passed into a heavy fog, and at about 9 o'clock that night the steamer collided violently with another vessel. At first it was sup- posed that no serious damage had oeen done, but in half an hour five í§et of water was reported in the forehold. The water gained at the rate of about two feet per hour, and the ship gradually settled by the head. ^ At 4 a. ra. on Monday there was sixteen feet of water in the fore- hold, and all the pumping power available made no impression upon the inflow. At 5 a. m. all hands took to the boats and pushed off a few hundred yards from the sinking steamship, and at 8:30 a. m. the party was rescued by the st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 27 June 1912

if ÉMk- mi filed his applica- of any f the bill. NOTICE. cards of thank* •news" will be of 5c per line. or printing | i or or- will, in all dSses, for the ANNOUNCEMENTS. The following announcements for «office are subject to the democratic primary to lje held in July: 'For District Judge John S. Prince Of Henderson County A. A. Aldrich Of Houston County Wor State Senator W. J. Townsend, Jr. of Angelina County For County Clerk O. C. Goodwin G. R. Murchison Nat E. Allbright for Gounty Treasurer Ney Sheridan W. H. Bayne For Sheriff A. W. Phillips J. C. Lacy For Tax Collector George Denny James J. Cook ' Ike Lansford S. S. (Steve) Ratcliff, Jr. A. S. Moore H. L (Ollle) Luce Samuel R. Knox For County Judge E. Winfree C. M. Ellis For District Clerk John D. Morgan J. D. (Joe) Sallas For County Attorney B.F. Dent For Representative Nat Patton J. R. Luce Dr. J. B. Smith W. G. Creath V. For Tax (English For County Superintendent G. V. Lollar J. F. Mangum For Commis8Íonér Precinct No. 1 W. H. ...

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