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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 19 September 1902

ncipuiy rafja muny. "Ves, I was engaged fourteen times during the summer." {'The usual brittle affairs. I sup- poise?" -YVell, not exactly. Papa's going to hold each of them to his plighted word, one after another, and I guess he'll make a pretty good thing out of it. He said last summer that it paid to be a damaged affection lawyer when a man had such a clever daugh- ter to drum up business." An Easy Task. Police Official—"Any clue to that mysterious murder?" Detective—"Yes, sir. I've arrested v.^.11 the living members of the family." Official—"Glorious! What evidence have you?" Detective—"When I accused them of the murder some of 'em turned white and some turned red. Now, all we have to do is to find out which color means guilt." "Going away?" "Yes." "Where?" "To the Chinese puzzle on a busi- ness trip." "Ah. yes; 1 was in Boston myself not long ago." "Do you know. Carrie, I'd kiss you if I weren't afraid your dog would bite me? She—I wouldn't want him to bite you, Harry. I'll tel...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 19 September 1902

i , -■ AT f" 1 ct XI<' T \ LOOK AT THI 0 •Carloads of anything figured very close. Renin Flour, Feed, Bacon, Soaps, etc., on hand nearly alJ be bought at less than wholesale prices. Try one = . m. smi Conroe Commissi Montgomek News. local editor xas, September 16, 1902. [t THE CONROE COURIErDeath. — it occurred LEE H. FKAJ5ER, Publisher. wee]£i ei^llt : gomery. As PUBLISHED EVERY FRIJu son 0f Mr. ilbert was play- subscription rate' vhere his mother Onk Ykar lc was]1^lg-) his Six Months . . ,, Tmrkk Months ™ fire from the ■ .e to heat water, railroad time C/severely burned ' ^ ■ I. & G. N.—nokth iv1cs tllat enveloped No ,ald be extinguished No. 6 (The Flyer) d the next day. Med- sooth Bowas summoned itnme- No. £.. but it was of no avail, No. ll fire* had done it's deadly G. C. & S. 1? jje after twenty-four^ No- 86 5 of suffering. / s/ fs No. 85 -.l..-. , — Jeath of Little Martin. AntjL'i0'''. near Rockland, Texas, epternber 5, 1902, ;ittle Martin For Cou*"Chiklre3s, aged 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 26 September 1902

1 ~V*r ■ C - The Courier j LEX H. FRAZER., Publisher PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF CONROE AND MONTGOMERY COUNTY ONE'DOLLAR. A YEAR IN ADVANCE EIGHTH YEAR. — , - - CONROE. MONTGOMERY COUNTY, fEXAS, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 26, 1902. NUMBER 52 R ' it- 'V *♦ I KEENAN NOTES. by somebody. Keenan, Tex., Sept. 22.—We are glad to note tbat this place was blest with a good rain yes- terday, the 21st, which was so badly needed for all fall gardens and turnips, and is threatening rain again at this writing. One of F. A. Tally's colored hands had a narrow escape from being killed outright one day last week while stacking lumber, the pile "being so high that it fell on him. It was th >ught that his back was broken, but he is doing very well at this writing. There is much sickness in this community of lagrippe in its worst form, and seems to be of a .malignant type, as it goes through whole families. Corn gathering is about finish- ed in this community, and some of the farmers have made but very littl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 26 September 1902

rler YOUNG CONFESSES I t i TEXAS. 8AY* HE DtO NOT MURDER MRS. PULITZER. 'KVKWXWHiRK. HE CUT INT0 THE g()0y T„, U to h&va dMk r«a t Santiago, Cn- I. T., wilt hue free mall ft.. i the New York stock n- bt *81,000. 'have an elaborate fjsplay fair In St Louis. i have been rtgtng hi the uountains, Indian Terri- JcAlester, I. T.. votes Vu.erworka borl propo- MpCurtaln V the I' he Inaugurated old, was at Dttbu- C«t Cherokee mln- cted to begin aftet ! yean, a prom- died at Til- Ind., has with obtaining ; Victoria, ot, mMmi, V Fourfd Her Dead and Got Rid of the Body to Prevent His Own Arrest for the Crime. Hew York, September 24.—The train irom Derby, Conn., with William Hooper YounB on board, arrived at the grand central station at 9:20 a. m. The prisoner waa taken to the police head- quarters. Shortly after fpung had been in the detective i-ead quarters Lawyer Hart, the prisoner s counsel, appeared and said In reply to inquiries: "Young is an Innocent man. The police believe they have ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 26 September 1902

CRUSHED TO DEATH NEW JERSEY HANGING. THE FROZEN NORTH PORTo RfC'AN AFTER Til Was Overpowered With a Hose be fore Being Executed SEVENTY-EIGHT Nr.3ROES SUF^O- j Npw YorU< 8eptembl?r 20._peter He Will Visit a Number of Clti Texas. EXPLORER PEARY IS BACK FROM A LONG, HARD VOYAGE. CATED ?N A CHURCH. BARRIERS INSUPERABLE. THE MINERS RIOT. MINING TOWN OF EDWARD8VILLE THE SCENE OF MUCH DISORDER. MOB FIRES ON THE POLICE 1 ne Fire Was Returned, but No One Was Wounded—President Mitchell in New York. WIlkeBbarro, Pa., September 22.— The mining town of Edwardsville, near .here, was the scene of much lawless- ness last night and early this morning. A crowd of men, said to De strikers, went in search of a man named James AlcQuire, who had gone to work in the .minus last week. They fired stones at several houses, broke down the doors Jn the dwelling where McGuire was supposed to live, and ctmmitted other depredations. The mob also fired on the deputies at the Woodward mine. The officers returne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 26 September 1902

>NROE COURIER False Charges Rebuked. EBB Editor and Proprietor. 1 entered at the Conroe ! aa second-class mail matter. Issued Every Friday. SUBSCRIPTION PRICES / | One year in advance S 1.00 Bis months Three months jEZT v- FRIDAY. SEPT. 26, 1902 nsu$ncRr notkc. Mituarics, resolutions, cards of ink* or other matter not "news'! II be charged for at the rate of S its per lin«. Sfotioes of marriages, births and Lths and all other matter of general t wilt be published free. m FOB RBPBBSBNTATIVB HON. HAYNE NELMS or CBOVKION continues to come to , the prices are right. Southern Pacific and the are to inaugurate a djijrh service to C&li- throv {tat Conroe needs The depot "wif.he accommoda- iltr an<* SaV(e accorded the Horn that should t,pkmanti but if tple, are very doirmjj^ railroad will only give th.i6^ desire nacrement our earnes]o..,y wi]i believe thfe. handsome building, fi l> ..... Hat this country needs badly of integrity and • moral ! in public offices. How t public ser...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 26 September 1902

1 f 1/ tA& UVy... Iville. . rey- Itgom- - Its ofi Tex.. UCKS,. ■Texas,, at Gal- ian, m hEXi.S. :R' I fgeon,^ LOOK AT THIg:! Carloads of anything figured very eJoae. ®«mnents of .carloads of Flour, Feed, Bacon, Soaps, etc., on hand neatly all the time, which can be bought at less than wholesale prices- Try once ami save money. Conroe Commission Go. THE CONROE COURIER LEE H. FRAZER, Publisher. I Stops -the Cough and Works Off the Cold. Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold In one day. No cure, no pay. Price, •25 cents. 21 Years a Dyspeptic. R. H. Foster, 318 S. 2d St., Salt Lake City, writes: "I have been bothered with dyspepsia or indigestion for 21 years; tried many doctors without re- lief; recently I got a bottle of Herbine. One bottle cured me; I am now taper- ing off on the second. I have recom- mended it to my friends; it is curing them, too." 50c at C. L. Saunder's drug store. Mrs. S. H. Woody spent a few days In Kountze this week with her daugh- ter, Mrs. Eve Hooks, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 26 September 1902

/ icror and Czar Of Different Moid. ' ' f. (8por!sl Correnporderc e.) |liftRK la a certain piquant In- terest attached to any meet- ing between the kalHer and the czar, owing to the fact Uiat the two sovereigns are known to look on each otiier askance. It is' not only that polltleal'y they are at variance—that they view whatever happens in this world of ours from diametrically opposed stgrdpoints— but persoraYly there Is no sympathy between them. Whenever they are brought together they seem lo irri- tate paeh other, to get on eu"h other s nerves, and all the efforts they make to conceal the fact only serve to give It more emp'iaslH. The iruih Ih. it is a case of natural antipathy or the one side as on the other, and against that the gods themselves battle in vain. Never were there two men who dif- fered from each other more markedly: whatever good gifts the one has, the other has not, and vice versa. The kaiser is the veriest whirlwind, the personiAcation of activity and unrest; lie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 26 September 1902

TJ 15he Sccmrge of Datmaiscus A Story of the East... By SYLVANUS COBB. JR. Copyrlfhted 1091 by Robert Bonner's Sons. CHAPTER VII.—(Continued.) When the princess was alone, she trembled beneath the weight of the new thought that had been wrought upon her. Flight was something that had not made its way to her mind bo- fore, but now that it had be^n present- ed, she could not dismiss It. She had revealed her whole feeling, so far as the king was conccrned, in her speech to Albia. There may have been other Bprings within her soul which she did not then dare to touch; but in her own soul, unsupported and uninfluenced by other causes than such as spring from reason and reflection, had grown a fear of Horam. and a terror of being his wife. She had dreamed of poor Helena until the dead queen seemed almost an attendant spirit upon her, sent to warn her. The night passed, and the day came; and she had resolved that she would not marry with the old king if she could avoid it. When Albia came, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 26 September 1902

Montgomery News. 8. M. SMITH. Local Editoh OypiCE. Main Street. J ,;y.n",. ■ , == Sam Cook Shot. A shooting took place last S /mlay evening one and one-half miles southwest of town between two colored men by the names of George Richardson and Sam Cook- Geo- Richardson wAit over to Cook's house with a double-barrel and when Sam come out iotothe yard*George took a shot at him, tilling bis shoulders and I neck full <)f bird shot, making an f wound The gun being Wooded with small shot kept Cook Eroni beiug killed on the spot. . The trouble came up by Sam Cook objecting to George accoin- :j|*fjiying his daughter to a fes- ival. Cook may recover. Schools. , , The following named teachers fmm. this place will commence * their schools on the 1st and 6th uf October: Miss Sibvle Powell, at Bobbin, October 1. Miss Mildred Powell, at Kel- fey's School, October 6. Montgomery, Texas, Seitembek 16, 1902. $1.00 a Year. A Democratic Call. To the Democratic Executive Committee of Montgomery County...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 3 October 1902

The Con roe LEG H. FRAZER. Publisher WMUSHMD IN rw : INTKHMST Of*-- CONffOC A.VO mONTaOHBKY COUNTY ONE DOtLAH A YEAR. IN ADVANCE ninth year. CONROE, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1902. number i KEENAN NOTES. BY SOMEBODY. c Keknan, Tkx., Sept. 2' .—It has beeti raining for several days, and the hot steam from the ground makes the air very swel- tering. Indications are for more rain at this writing. There is much sickness in this community. The Keenan school opened to- day with Miss Lisetta Curling as teacher. Ben Lynch, Will Lynch and Dick Rabun brought in a fine venison Saturday evening, after short race in the afternoon. Bert Henderson of Arnold's ill was in our midst again Sun- 'day,,riding his fine horse. °KvA surprising marriage took place at Mrs. Mattie Harris' yes- terday evening, the contracting parties being Miss Letlia Harris and Mr. Wright. James Snow and family are visiting relatives in Harris coun- ty, below Houston, to be gone several days. : Sore eyes ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 3 October 1902

oe Courier '1MB. ***** ud Proprietor. 77 : TBXAS. r EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. X* Flat*, Mo., had a {30.000 Ore. Astkrecite coal brings $20 per too at Htm York. MncNa Rbvert ot Bavaria bos si van Mrth to * daughter. . Indian Territory and Oklahoma had anah rein laat week. ▲ large wheat acreage will be put In aroond Sugden, L T., this (all. Mm. Magdallne D. Rode died at SL Joaeph, Mo., from a spider bite. Brltlah Rear Admiral Burgess Wat aoa died at Valette, Island of Malta. Bainuel Grubb, a wealthy farmer, hanged hlmseU near Oak Groves, Mo. Mtaslselpp! retail lumber dealers held their annual session last waek at Oneavllle. Dr. J. H. Davis ot Earla, Ark., was shot and fatally wounded by Will Jnclc- aon, a negro. Kb bar L. Risk suicided at Anderson, lad., because a singer would not he- eon* a' Risk. Heavy rains have extinguished the forest fires in southern Wyoming and northern Colorado. Slifcon Oakland while unloading a ahotgan near Elk City, Ok., waa fatal- ly shot through the right eye....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 3 October 1902

STREET CAR TIEUP NOT A 8TREET CAR WAS RUN- NING IN NEW ORLEANS SUNDAY. DEMANDS OF EMPLOYES. The Strike is Orderly and There is a Disposition on the Part of the Company to Arbitrate. New Orleans, September 29.—Not a single street ear was operated in the city yesterday, both sldeB devoting the Jay to preparation for the struggle The union men established headquar iers and arranged forces near the va rious barns, oesides aligning the line men and other unions to aid in Hit cause. The street railway comijanj advertised for SOU men and asked the mayor for two policemen for each ear Two^ours later the advertisement was withdrawn and an effort was made t( have the men returu to work and sub mit the differences to arbitration The street ear men are considering this proposition, but up to mldnigh1 there is little prospect of peace. S( far there has not been any trace o disorder. , The strike involves about 1500 men none of whom appeared for work to day The demands of the New Orleans Street H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 3 October 1902

COURIER I.** H. Fsazkb Editot Proprietor. The Courier W etiterwi at the Conroe : a« «eooad^clM>i sutil matter. Issued Every Friday. SUBSCRIPTION -PRICE: One year in advance $ 1.00 Six month* 50 Three months 25 FRIDAY, OCT. 3, 1902 •wishers' mhu. Obituaries, resolutions, cards of thanks or other'matter not "news" will he charted ior at <Uie rate of S cents per line, jgj- , Notices of marriages, hirths and deaths and all other master of general Interest will be published free. FOK KE1>RKSEN*JITSVE HON. HAYNE MELMS Of grovbtoh V m Ninth Volume. W With this issue The Courier ■k enters into it's ninth volume. For eight years The Courier has labored for the interest and ad- vancement of Conroe and Mont- gomery county, and as to how ■well it has done so, we leave the people to pass judgment. In politics, national, -State and ■county, The Courier has never lost sight of the tenants of the grand old party, Jeffersonian de- mocracy, and worked for princi- ples and not for men. Our ef...

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

— in, oiei. - nr LOOK AT THIS! Carloads of anything fipured very close. Remneuts. of carloads of Flour, Feed, Bacon, Soaps, etc., on hand nearly all the time, which can be bought at less than wholesale prices. Try once and save money. Conroe Commission Go. THE CONROE COURIER LEE H. FRAZER, Publisher. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY si/BScnirriON hatess OIK Yeah fl 00 Six Months 50 Thkkk Months 25 RAILROAD TIME CARD: I. & G. N.—NOKTH bound. No. '*33 a. m. No. t. (The Flyer) 4:46 p. m. south bound. MO. 5 2:55 • m- No. 7:05 p- m' G. C. & S. F.—west bound. No. 8:50 a. m east bound. No. 7-4P- m Stop* the Cough end Workt Off the Cold. Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No oure, no pay. Price, 25 cents. Miss Minnie Ball of Huntsville and Miss Fannie May Sexton of Ennis are the guests of Mrs. H. W. Earthinan. Out of Death'* Jaw*. When death seemed very near from a severe stqjnacb and liver troub. le, that 1 had suffered with for years," Writes P. Muse, Durham, N. C., "Dr....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 3 October 1902

Sco\irge •amascus A Story of the EaLst... By SYLVANUS COBB. JR. Copyrighted 1W1 by Robert Bonner'* Sons. ■w . -4*w i«v~"vv.yui,.i. v..,,. "1 reuieiLber," pursued UUn. "U all comes to me now. 1 bathed his bruised head, and bound up hi-: wounds, while you brought the cor- dUl which my mother proylded." Er8o It was, my lady. I have seen the slave since—have seen him several times—he has brought messages to your father—and I know that his grat- itude is strong. If Osmir has any power to open the prison door, and 1 can And him, there may be some hope." "But can you And him?" asked the princess. 8he spoke eagerly, and no longer sought to conceal the real cause of her anxiety. "I can try," returned the attendant: "and even here we have a fortunate help. Shubal. who has been so ions; your servant, is a near friend to Os mlr I will take Shubal with ine, and we may find the man we seek. Shall I not leave at once?" "Yes, Albia. Go at once. Be careful. # I Ipr all .may depend on the secrecy o? ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 3 October 1902

V* Customs of the Japs Habits and Manners That Seem Strange to Visitors From the West. (Special Correspondence.) llAfl dares say a treaty port Is I W I uninteresting, if that port be — 1 Yokohama, the key of Japan? After nineteen days on the vast Pacific, unrelieved by whale or porpoise, passing ship or floating berg, we moored outside the breakwater, and native sampans con- veyed us to shore. Everything in this land works un- der disadvantage. Machines are bare- ly- known, and human energy is wasted. Conservation of force is no part of the Japanese creed, and if it were, what would happen to the many thousands who now eke out their life in labor? So we read the warning, "Since the only water supply is from a well seventy feet deep, and the wa- ter can only be drawn by manual labor, guests cannot be allowed more than two baths per week." No aqueducts, no hydrants, no reservoirs, no Johnstown flood surely, and no provision against fire! In the little wooden wash tubs, which hold per-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 3 October 1902

■ *x$ Montgomery News. Office. Main Street. S. M. SMITH, Local. Eairo* Montgomery, Texas, Seitkmhek 30, l(>02. $1.00 a Year. Fell Twenty Feet. J. \Y. Bailey, Sr., met with quite a bad accident last week. He was working on a roof for the Wiessingers when the scaffold gave way and he fell to the ground, a distance of twentv feet. He was badly bruised but no ■bones were broken. At this writ- ing he is able to be out again. Married. Mr. Tom Phillips, accompanied by his best girl, drove up to the home of Rev. O. P. Stark last Sunday evening and had him to say a few words which made them one. The young ladv made so happy was Miss Katie Malo- nev of Grimes County. Fire Alarm. Last Monday night at about 12 o'clock an alarm of fire was given by the shooting of guns and the ringing of bells, and our people quickly responded. It proved to be a false alarm, as it was only Mr. Oliver's lamp on fire, which was thrown into the street. Died. Mr- and Mrs. W. Ii. Wood re- " ceived this week the sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 10 October 1902

i O LEE H. rRAZER.. Pubtl h.r M , The Conroe Courier. mo^rao*® 4 rumusHMO in rrm iwrcmBr cw oonmom anb.l iw cottmrr ONE FWWlMI A YEAR. tSMMUKIft. ninth year. CONROE. MOMTGOMERT COUNTY, TEXAS,- FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1902. NUMBER T keenan notes. ^ | by somesody. Kkknan, Tex., October 6.— We have the beautiful sunshine this morning, after ab?"„VjJ'#St' weeks spell of>>-'vai57 sloppy weath&E-'amTit is very accepta- Tlehideed to those that enjoy outdoor exercise. This was the heaviest rain that has fallen here • this year. F. A. Talley & Co.'s sawmill has been stopped for a few days, on account of heavy rains. All kinds of work has been retarded . in this community for several days past, creeks have been over' flowing and^fences and bridges washed away, but we now have a nice cool spell of sunshine. The fine two-story dwelling of E. N. Oualline is about com- pleted, and the writer had the pleasure of viewing the inside finishing, which is a thing of beauty, as well as for com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 10 October 1902

m? yurler SPINDLE- TOP FIRE. CARELES8 WATCHMAN CAUSES GA8 TO IGNITE. "*■ ONE FATALITY REPORTED- , U to h re a it irer 111 have a large cot- MC the ton haa i in Barry county, Missouri, ot Canada wishes " relations with of Mineral wn open and rtiell was murderous- utb, 111., bjr. an of Brookhaven, ke of over 100 per uea. ilored, waa aasassl- denhall, La. Sixteen i entered ' C. Shell, a wealthy New York suicided owl ox to loss- Dorr ahot Depots Clerk atj r was at hi* desk. r haa been appointed United i from Michigan until a by the legislature. "bla«k diamond" stick pins i on Ml* in Chicago at 16 cents. The lumps of anthracite a deaf mute and soldier erlcan war, waa near Vandalla, 111..' and N- B. Edwards re purchased a block utbrle National bank ' t « the bankruptcy pe- Btanton of New Tork, Uea Of $4,156,#42. la an a young book- 1.1a., was shot and Qllbert B. Jarvls, a O*®*' the bul- 14-year-old em* court haa iHo James Wilcox, he murder last Novem- illie Cropsijr at Bilia- wreck on the...

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