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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 29 August 1902

liously consider these matters. You should fully understand the responsibility of the position you occupy, and you should vote as reasonable and honest men ought to vote. The opposition are appealing to your prej- udices -and seeking to secure your votes by deception, by misrepresentations and by force, threats and intimidation. You should liave the good sense to know that this is so. and the manhood to resent this assault upon your honor and your intelligence by casting a vote against them and their busi- ness. We urge upon you by all means to do so. It is to your better nature only that the prohibitionists expect to appeal. We do not intend to either intimidate or try to buy you. We shall not seek to win your vote by either fraud, deception or force, but will protect you in your ri;-hL to speak and vote. We recognize your legal right to a free, fair and untrammelled ballot, and we s.iall not seek to deprive you of it. We shall reiy solely upon your honor, intelligence and sense of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 29 August 1902

THE CONROE COURIER Lee h. Frazer Editor<a®d Proprietor. The Courier is enfceraC^at the Conroe Postoffice as second-ctaas mail matter. Issued EveryFriday. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One year in advaaoe.., $ 1.00 Six months - 50 Three months - 25 FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1902 PUBUSKIir notice. Obituaries, resolutions, cards of thanks or other matter not "pews'" ■will be charged 'for at the rate of 5 cents per line- Notices of marriages, births and deaths and all other matter of general interest will be published free. FOR REPRESENTATIVE HON. HAYNE NELMS of igroveton . Good Lesson ;in "So-called Financiering. (Contributed by the Honorable Administration of Mont- gomery County. ) Total value of property as- sessed in Montgomery county for the following- years as shown by the rolls of Montgomery County, Texas: Total ^State County Year Value *£\ex Rate Tax Rate 1898 82,833,060 .38 .62 1899 3,109,010 .38 .63 1900 3,347,950 .34% .57j£ 1901 3,401,200 .34% .751/3 For the year 1898, amount of county tax...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 29 August 1902

"My Gracious, Kitty Dear, What in this wide-world have you been doing: to yourself? You eyes are so sharp and clear, and your s':in is as smooth as a lake of ice and teeth like pearls." "Nothing at all un- usual, my darling, unless it is the new Flour we have been getting- from Rabb & Sterrett's." PEACOCK IS THE BRAND • • • • I <,k4 % .m "rv if 15 THE CONROE COURIER LEE H. FRAZER, Publisher. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY -A - m I SUBSCRIPTION RATES: onb ybar $1 00 Six Months - SO Three Months — 25 RAILROAD TIME CARD: I. & G. N.—north bodnd. No. 12 9:33 a. m. No. 6 (The Flyer) 4:46 p. m. t sooth bound. No. 5 2:55 a- m- No. 11 7:05 P- m- G. C. & S. F.—west bound. No. 86 8:50 a- m east bound. No. 85 7:24 p. m I € £' f: I Announcements. For County Judge—C. W. Nugent. For County Attorney—J. E.Wells. For County Clerk—W. F. Griffin. For District Clerk—Alf Morris, jr. For Tax Assessor—J. W. Simonton. For Tax Collector- H. W. Carr. For County Treas.—W. P. Terrell. For County Commis.—...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 29 August 1902

-WW-' is t 1 are no saloons in my neighbor- it' the people in town do not want by trading. The farmer goes home heart, "Lord, If Thou hadst been here, my or wanted that way, but that is the prae- to his wife and children with *50 brother had not died." tlcal result. worth of necessaries and comforts. The awful tragedy that has shocked our bvery silent voter has • a reason for TWh +v,a famor anH merchant bavp c'ty and stabbed the hearts of so many his pos.tlou that controls lam, whether any- Lin l^nJtTrthvTh. Srr innocent victims is not the result of Jesus' ..ne else thinks it good or not. Maybe ,..u ■* t" r't JoO worth of cotton to marl^t. He ex ^ Ilear by> are eioquent-more eloquent b« ' d if tbt c anges l iOi $. . , , than I or any other human orator could saloons let them \ ote them out like we dul. the saloon and sp®^ be in support of that eternal principle ex- I won't have anything to do with th elec- Now the dry goods merchant, gr ry pressed in the words of the apostie, "Wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 29 August 1902

'it- rT' f: I Edited by the Prohibition Campaign Committee—Compliments of D. C. Tharp, Ben T. Laws, J. E. Wells and J. W. Lewis Who Are Responsible for All Matter Under This Head. Let Every Voter in the County Read Carefully and Honestly Consider the Arguments Made. AN ADDRESS In Favor of Local Option A Strong Arraignment of the Liquor Traffic. Issued by the Local Option Cam- paign Committee of Mont- gomery County. TO THE VOTERS OF MONTGOMERY ! COUNTY: In pursuance of the action of the people of Montgomery County at the mass meeting heM at Conroe June 15 last, the Commissioners Court has or- dered an election to be held o n Sep- tember 6, 1902, to determine whether or rot the sal eof intoxicating liquors shall be prohibited in said county. In view of this fact the fight for pro- hibition is now on, and for that rea- son this address is issued. We there- fore, call upon the voters of this county -to consider well the issues at stake and urge them to proceed at once to organize prohib...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 29 August 1902

HI I Montgomery News. m S. M. SMITH, Local Editor Office, Main Street. Montgomery, Texas, August 25, 1902. $1.00 a Year. The Barbecue. The long talked of barbecue came off at last, and with it one of the largest crowds that was ever in Montgomery. The peo- ple began to arrive at any early hoar by wagon loads, buggies and horseback, and by 9 o'clock there was a good crowd on the grounds. At 10 o'clock the San- ta Fe train came in crowded with visitors. It was a pleasure to see the people greet one another and en- * joviug a day's rest. They were here from all conditions in life— the 3'oung and the old, t ae mer- chant and the farmer—and all enjoyed the barbecue alike. At 11 o'clock the Iryan band played Dixie, after which R. H. Dunn introduced the speakers, Jno. T. Bonner, G. C., and Win- ston H. Vance, district deputy, of Tyler for the Woodmen of the World. They are both yrnng men and able speakers, doing jus- tice to the cause in which the^ are at work. Each are work- ing for a fra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 5 September 1902

V , The Conr A Clothing • Vngs money n/miMS im thm iwriMir n A'Tioney CONROE. MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 5. vm T EIGHTH YEAR. these mi shot rnoM chairman beard Cliques and Rings and Not the People Control the Affairs of Montgom- ery Connty--A Sad Com- mentary. To the "Voters of Montgomery County: You wish to know why I have •failed to call that promised coun- ty convention for the purpose of investigating: those charges against our party and some of •our nominees. When I made that promise I knew I could not offi- cially call that convention if there was any objection, but as the proposition was so fair to all, I ■ did not apprehend any opposi- tion. for I could not see why any innocent democratic nominee gould object to an investigation "by his democratic brethren. But, as you know, there was and is all sorts of objections, and so strong and from such influential parties, that you will not be granted your unquestioned right to investigate the records of your servant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 5 September 1902

EX AS. * t. in- reported is ooiifca cattle expected to ti*h shortly. h Federal court at V , Oct 27. l&ug. 26 the ther- i the shade, have ad- i 10 cents to IS are reported and Cea HUNDREDS PERISH. (NT KLIE HAS WIPED OUT MORE CITIES. Victims number uoo- Sea Was Terribly Agitated While Vol- cano Was In Eruption and a Tidal Wave Drowned Many. | igeuth New Orleans, J,a., September 3.— The Picayune has the following special Ble from St., Thomas,. Danish West its: Steamers from the Island of rtinlque today report an appatllng i' of life at a result of an eruption of Mont Pelee volcano. The towns of Morne Rouge and Ajoupa Bulllen, on t^e egat eud of the Island, were com- pletely destroyed and at least MOO people perished. The destruction of Morne Rouge was so complete that not a single human being was left to tell the awful story. Ajoupa Bulllen Is In ruins, but the loss of life at that place was not aa great as at Morne Rouge. About 200 persons were killed at Ajoupa Bulllen, and over 4...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 5 September 1902

75he Sccrurge q/DamaLScus A Story of the EeLst... By SYLVANUS COBB. JR. Copyrighted 1801 by Robert Bonner's Sons. J I CHAPTER IV. The Israelite. When the king left his affianced bride he waa sorely perplexed; and the longer he reflected upon what had transpired, the deeper grew his rage and chagrin. He walked alone in the garden until the sun had set. and then be went in and called for his minister ' to attend him. "Aboul Cassem, what think you of this outrage which the Scourge of Da- mascus has now committed?" "I think it is high-handed and startling," replied the minister. "Has your daughter explained more to you than I have yet heard?" "She has told me all she knows, sire. The robber came, according to his own account, for the purpose of wresting her from the King of Damascus; but •ht refused to go with him; and so urgent was she in her protestations, that Julian finally went away and left her. I think, however, that his retreat was hastened by the fear that your majesty might be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 5 September 1902

W§S ' : , Sr I ■ XMHMI I'sSWSBOII __ 13, 1902 of 'news' e of 5 tad r«f general 1 free. UTmt NELMS , reads: or saloon, use or cstab- . vinous, wait, ling ttfuors Jny portion of election is or office voting- pre- i or city where eld, or within nek voting Sp'. city i held; or [ preciact, within barter, lis. malt. ' liquors, any ; or if any polling in election, of the liquors •Kift;«r and take itine filing of the OS sstrictly MB, atjromery promises .as well >rrow. • con- cting lives u/ion this in your habits, Itould be at home [her at nights, and fver town. , are Blow in erect- Slj^Conroe, but begun in a bed to corn- has just about round house in _ \ soon" Via it is cotn- nll begin an artesian Hy the water tank. , work go on. of Montgomery i be doubled in a lew 1 the citisens would urge the matter strong pull by pers of the county nit. Will you Montgomery tunity field Itake No Secret Petition. Auousr 32, 1902. Hon. L. &. Hightowbr, Liberty, Texas. DXAK SIR: I send you by tj^is ma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 5 September 1902

L .1 "My Gracious, Kitty Dear, t. x s Whf.t In ttai wide-world h*ve you be«n doing: to yourWf? You eye are so sharp and clear, and your shin is as smoo'h as a lake of ice and teeth like pearls/'. "Nothing at all utv usual, my darling, unless it i* the new Flour we have^een getting from Rabb & SUrrett't." J- PEACOCK IS THE BRAND . THE CONROE COURIER LEE H. FRAZER, Publisher. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY auBSCHirriON hatms, ONF VBAR $1 00 Six Months SO Thkrb Months 25 RAILROAD TIME CARD: I. & G. N.—NORTH BOUND. No. 12 9:33 a. m. No. 6 (The Flyer) 4:46 p. m. SOUTH BOUND. No. S * 2:55 a. m. No. 11 7:05 P- ■ G. C. & S. F.—WEST BOUND. No. 86 8:50 a. m BAST BOUND. No. 85 7:24 p. m Announcements. For Countv Judge—C. W. Nupent. For County Attorney—J.E.Wells. For County Ci.BRK—w. F. Griffin. For District Ci.ERK—Alf Morris, jr. For Tax Assessor—J. W. Simonton. For Tax Coixectoh H. W. Carr. For County Treas.—W. P. Terrell. For County Commis.—C. T. Darby. For Sheriff—Mabin A. Anderson. Cim...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 5 September 1902

' *-v—: v ^. -"v, si!! — lVAL maneuvers of great interej TO AMI [ericans. ih ij&t rest and powerful nation the .United 8tates >)t Its fleets and "ubtedly be New ches to which sasyass and navy titles for loot ■f the seizure of eontt- n the mil ropean fctillsh- an nation of the beat means erman officers ered the prob- ave been written •• closely aa i conditions of actual war i aa nearly as may be th* which, would un- by a hostile si- ne time giv- atlop of what be under such clr- uyerjji will de- be done strength and They will, be fc ohly to the Amer> , but to foreign gov- i gotern- ha4 takes is carefully guard- ign war with of New York all probability, ng island. ng Island tie revo'.u ndlng In Gardiner's Hay. or some fiber convenient place, could capture Newport, they would still be able to eaten New York by an army mov- ing through Connecticut, and would (be able to ravage the wealthy and ipulous New England cities. Also iWport woftld afford an excellent Fntage point from w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 5 September 1902

ADVENTUROUS SAILOR. CROSSED THE ATLANTIC IN SMALL BOAT I'd RARE OLD PAINTINGS IN DRESDEN GALLERY. The center of interest to Chicago people last week was the little sloop Great Republic, in which Captain Howard Blackburn, owner, master and crew, has made two voyages across the Atlantic, and a trip up tlie great lakes. Captain Blackburn lias fol- lowed Ibe seas all his Hfo. Twenty years ago, when a mere lad, he was blown to'sfca in an open yawl, with one companion. They drifted about for five days and his companion perished from exposure. The boat was finally driven ashore at Little River, N. F., with hiB hands frozen to the oars and ASKS FOR HEAVY DAMAGES. Chicago Girl Displeased at Publication of Her Portrait. On tfie cover of a yellow back novel, under the title "The Discarded Daugh- ter," and framed in an ornate green scroli, is the portrait of Miss Elsie CresCy, a Chicago girl and an actress. When Miss Crescy's mother saw her daughter's face peering at her from the cover of a nov...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 5 September 1902

Montgomery News. 3. M. SMITH. Local Kotrom , C>kficev.Main Street. Montgomery, Texas, September 2, 1902. $1.00 a Year. Prohibition Election. Next Saturday will, be Prohibi- tion election v. As the date •draws near interest grows, much warmer. There have be^fl sev- eral speakers here during- the past few days representing sides ol the question. Last Friday night we hea able address from Rev. Morgan of Huntsville, of the penitentiary. It was1 interesting and alarming to 3iim give a history of those are confined in the peniteu and what brought theta -which was, in nine cases out of ten, either directly or indirectly, from the use of strong drink. Last Saturday at 1 o'clock Prof, J. B. Raynor of Calvert spoke mainly to the colored people, but both colors were out in full force and the old court house was crowded, and at times its old walls would ring with the deaf- ening cheers brought forth from -the eloquence of the speaker. Bis remarks were full of truths 4old in his own character...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 19 September 1902

I ■ ■ r The Conroe Courier. LEE H. FRAZER.. Publisher PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF CONROE AND MONTGOMERY COUNTY EIGHTH YEAR. CONROE. MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 1902. T 12.— J age J 18 al — (t &' ONE DOLLAR. A YEAR. IN ADVANCE the Ugll , the NUMBER 51 hen DACUS DOINGS. by kichiijeu. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ 4 \r ♦♦♦ ♦ Special Correspondence to The Courier. Dacus, Tkxas. September 15.— Quite a crowd of our young peo- ple attended preaching at Mont- gomery Sunday night. J. N. Clayton of Mink is in oui village this week. The weather for the past few days reminds us that king winter will soon be here. Seems as if he is coming earlier than usual. W. L. Goodin and family were at Montgomery Sunday. A tenant house on a place be- longing to T. W. Smith burned Sunday night. J. L. Goodin and son are saw- ing ties again this week. We hear that J. P. Steede and and family will leave us this week, looking for a better place. We don't know where it can be found, J. N. Scott of Longstreet ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 19 September 1902

t Courier Bdltor and Proprietor. )JJ, : t I : TEXAS. I'M l ■' EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. Tahlequah, I. T., will have a *25,000 s flrork and Cherokee Central rail- road extension Is nearly to Fort Gib- Bon. For the sixth time Thomas Pointer, r 35 years old, has been sent to the Mls- . «oijrl penitentiary. . For the third time In a few months Dover, Ok., has had a fire loss. The s' last' caused $3500 loss. The safe of the postofflce at Hubbard, O, was burglarized and $400 worth of 'A ramps and $300 In cash taken. Bolivar, Argentine Republic, was de- stroyed by a cyclone. Fourteen per- sons were killed and fifty Injured. Edward Warren and Mrs. Nancy Newl, 78 and 79 years old respectively, were married at South Bend, Ind., Oarl Linn, the youngest bicycle rider in {he world, died at Indianapolis on the 9th. His feats were wonderful. Old Nance, widow of the famous ^Seminole chief. Osceola, died at Big Cypress, Fla. She was '9 years old. While performing upon a horizontal I .bar at Baltimore, G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 19 September 1902

FATAL FOREST FIRE MANY MEET DEATH tU WESTERN FOREST FIRES. BURNED WHILE IN CAMP. Campers Ware Caught Like Rats in a Trap—Property Loss Is Tre- mendous. I,. Kalaraa, Wash., Sept. 15.—D Wallace, wife and two children were burned to death last night by the for- est fires on Lewis river. They were cafnping in the woods when caught liy the fire. Their wagon was found burned up, the charred bodies lying near. A 12-year-old boy of Mr. Han- ley's also is dead. Mrs. John Polly and baby and a brother and Mr. New- house and Mrs. Graves are dead. Fif- teen others were found without cloth- ing except gunny sacks. Five logging camps are burned out completely and many families have lost everything. The worst of the fire is on Lewis river, about twelve miles from Wood- land. The country is well settled and there are doubtless other cas- ualties not yet reported. The fire has spread from Lewis river north to the Kalaina river, and fifty sections of the finest timber on the coast are destroyed. It is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 19 September 1902

r CONROE COURIER t H. Fkazer Editor and Proprietor. Th« Courier It entered at the Conroe Poatoffice aa aecond-class mail matter. Issued Every Friday. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One year in advance $ 1.00 Six months 50 Three months 25 FRIDAY. SEPT. 19, 1902 ifr PL PUBLISItCRS' NOTICE. Obituaries, resolutions, cards of thanks or other matter not "news" will be charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line. Notices of marriages, births and deatlia and all other matter of general Interest will be published free. FOR RKPRHSENTAT1VK HON. HAYNE NELMS OF GROVRTON i 1o the Citizens and Voters of Mont- gomery Coanty. 6 I hereby submit my name as an IN ? . DEPENDENT CANDIDATE foi I J nnrrwrv TTTTVH*. r f Mnntirnm<>rv I furthermore promise that the annual expenses shall not be $21,000. I fur- thermore promise that I will not "FOL- IX>W THE FOOTSTEPS OF MY PREDECESSOR," if you see fit to vote for me. I am your humble servant, ' W. F. MALONE. A Democratic Call. To the Democratic Executive Committ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 19 September 1902

A Stpry of the Etxst. By SYLVANUS COBB, JR. Helping Papa Along. "Yes, I was engaged fourteen tlmei during the summer." [ ( The usual brittle affairs. I sy wlt" pdse?" lal,dug -Well, not exactly. Papa's to hold each of them to his pli/Horam word, one after another, and l/d hell make a pretty good thifyou liav< of it. He said last summer j He spoke paid to be a damaged affeetioyf when a man had such a clevt not <1 spu e tor to drum up business." ■ your hopes i j pray Jhat An Easy Task. \,n, and thus Police Official—"Any clu^g the even- mysterious murder?" Detective—"Yes, sir. I've, words. ^.^.11 the living members of Ujn jmve we Oflicial—"Glorious! Wha have you?" Israelite. Detective— When I #4'nd would speak of the murder some, white and some t^,p king ..Ts i( the we have to do from the Valley of color means gulir Anxio "He doesn] tunities to.aij he?" V "•'Well I lope 8H- . .'..I hope for the best." suggest- Pa 1 Cl '' blister; and before further in( U( C i, Jri'ould be made Ju...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 19 September 1902

•V LOOK AT THIS! 'Carloads of anything' figured very close. Remnents of carloads of Flour, Feed, Bacon, Soaps, etc., on hand nearly ail the time, which c be bought at less than wholesale prices. Try once and save money. Ctanroe Commission Co. it THE CONROE COURIER LEE H. FRAZER, Publisher. --•PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATESi Onb Year 00 Six Mouths su Thrkb Months - 2s % RAILROAD TIME CARD: X i. St G. N.—north bound. Ho. 12......... Q:33 a. m. No. 6 (The Flyer) 4:46 p. m. i south bound. No. 5.. 2:55 a- m- No. 7:05 P- m" G. C. & S. F.—west bound. No. 86... t 8:50 a- m EAST BOUND. No. 85 \ 7:24 p. m Announcements. For County Judge—C. W. NiiRent. For County Attorney—J. E. Wells. For County cmtrk—W. F. Griffin. For District Cusrk—Alf Morris, jr. ForTax Assessor—J. W. Simonton. For Tax Collector- H. W. Carr. For County Treas.—w. P. Terrell. For CotJNTY Commis.—C. T. Darby. For ShkriVS—Mabin A. Anderson. Church Directory. -.y — first baptist church of conroe Preaching service...

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