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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 10 October 1902

STRIKING CAR MEN CONDITION OF IN ACTIVITY WILL UNDERGO CHANGE TODAY. 4 .Jr ■ _ MAYOR SENDS ULTIMATUM Notified the Street Railway Company That Cars Must Be Opertaed on All Linee Today. "" New Orleans, October 6.—The con- dition of masterly Inactivity that has •characterized the street car eight daysjvM change to- ^fy^K'Sr'Capdevielle last night at 7 ^fiR-Piock notified the railway company that it would have to operate its cars upon ail lines on or before i0 o'clock this morning. The notice was served on the president of the company by City Attorney CJllmore in person. While Llie alternative action fo the city ou- thorlties Is nut stated in the letter, it is understood that steps may be taken to attack the franchise of the com- pany. An official notification of the action taken was sent to the carmen. This move is what the carmen have been looking for for sometime and it is loud- ly applauded by the sympathizers of the strikers. The company had, however, pre- viously announced its. de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 10 October 1902

UXWSROE COURSSR liter amd Pn^xMor io entered at the Conner ond-cla.i mail matter. tiosueddEvery Friday- SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: uinadvttioe -.SO J£ )AY.« OCT. 10, 19«2 tfMHMRS' NOTHXE. eg, xeM&utiona, cards .crf| politics wa«-.,lhe fashion, 3 am other .matter net "news' irKed- ter at the rate if- S eanU;(«rBioe StattMs of mawif^e«, births ma deaths and all other matter of general interest will be published free. £50* JSBEBSflBI'TATIVB HON. HAYNJE NELMS ^>p.«KiC>v|eyoN Dedtaroifco Accept Repub- lican Endorsement. CteJJiKOE, 4, 1902. JUBBK TAOTiOR, CotMHtytCfc a ir bm*i Republican Executiva,C«mmitte«, ^l«n%pomer,Y,'jrexas. Sir:—I tee «wler date«of Sep- tember 27'thatt II was endorsed by " the Republican Executive Com- mittee. This *« done without my knowledge, consent or ap- proval, and I most resp^tSwlly 'decline to accept. Respectfnllv, W. P. Tsmwmv - Conroe. Tbx., Oct, A. J'9C®. 33ck . S. N. Beard, .County Chairman, K Montgomery, Texas. Dea* £(ik and Friend: I see under date ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 10 October 1902

railo kftcr ■ven- I and lory ■only iy -H) {' |xas. | * ■ i * ! * f * jfi- * * i * ' >* i ■ i i ■ fAS.- ). ►N f. ; £AS- Law j Att'y- sville. > frey r ntgom- , ■rts of , t -Rt ,.j 1 LOOK AT THIS! Carloads of anything figured very close. Remnents of carloads of Flour, Feed, Bacon, Soaps, etc., on hand nearly all the time, which can be bought at less t'ian wholesale prices. Try on :e and save money. jSP> JL onroe Commission Co. THE CONROE COURIER , LEE H. FRAZER, Publisher. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY wscwptiow Okk YB^B-T-T. . - *1 00 ^JjJrJSoNTHS SO Pbkbe Months 25 KAILROAD TIME CARD: I. & G. N.—NOKTH EOCND. No. 12 -'9:33 a. m. No. 6 (The Flyer) 4:46 p. m. SOUTH BOUND. No. 5 ...2:55 a. m. No. 11..*. 7;05 p. m. G. C. & S. F.—WEST BOT'ND. No. 8:50 a. m HAST BOUND. No. 85 7:24 p. m Announcements. For County Judge—C. W. Nujjent. Foh County Attornks-- J. E.Wells. Fok County Ci.krk—Vf. F. ciriftin. For District Clkrk—Alf Morris, jr. For Tax Assessor—J. W. Simontow. For Tax Collec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 10 October 1902

m Summer 1 Watering Placcs That Attract Vi3itor3 From All the' World. rreaponilorco.) from the Pyreniiopa ' Normandy Ib a rattier long | one. even for an expert in transit, but I made It. sole exception of a .Paris... The "one city In all " ' draws Mke a magnet, and be rassed by. If possible hmer more attractive seaside resorts of Normandy ny filled up vcyy slowlj' on of the lateness of the sea- . Mslo and it# charming en- bad half-empty hotels as* late end of July. ard few prettier-bay than ne on which St- Malo, St. Ser- and Dinard face, aud opinions is to which town offers the attractions. Dinard is hi«b them iu every natural advantage. The pearai try of all pans of France are interostiitg. arid when they don tlielr typical dress thoy an inxariably pic.uresque. The Nor mandy intirses, wita three yards o broad ribbon floating behind their cays. have long been the correc' thing for Parisian youngsters of the upper ten, and a healthy, fine lookia:*• race they are. Cherbourg is not ex...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 10 October 1902

'She Sccmrge q/P^m^scvus A Story of the E&st... By SYLVANUS COBD, JR. Copyrighted 1101 by Robert Bonner's Sons. CHAPTER VI. It wqs near noon, and the king of Damascus was in his chamber with Aboul Cassem. They were talking about the approaching marriage. "In three days more," said Horam, "I shall claim her for my bride." "In truth, sire, it is as you have said," replied the minister. He spoke not with the enthusiasm of apprecia- tion, but as one who would not dispute his king. "I trust, sire, your hopaB may find their fruition. 1 Ulin may bearto^ljistKrlon, and thus make b£i8frr*and promising the even- our life." Good Aboul, I trust in thy words. Ha! what now? Whom have we here?" "Sire, "spoke a page, "the Israelite, Judah is without, and would speak with thee." "How!" cried the king. "Is it the Judah whom I sent from the Valley of Lycaniu ?" "The same, sire." "Then send him to me at once. By my life, Aboul, he cannot have ac- complished his mission so soon. I dare not hope so."...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 10 October 1902

inii 11111 '■ liPl ^ 3 '.r ;>• •" — V. '• f V p.- Wit,- ISf V. • , Office. Main Street. Montgomery News. 9. M. SMITH. Local Eoiroir Tf~ a - ' Montgomery, Texas, Octobrr 7, 1902. - $1.00 a Year. fv ' ftilk lil '{ : r«P4.' \ Little Locals. Dan Dealey, our road overseer, has been doing some good work on our streets, which has been so long needed. * * * Last Monday was Judge Sulli- van's court day, with its usual good attendance. Attorney Lewis was here looking after evil doers. * r * * Clyde Williams has sold his in? terest in tl e central phone .office -to Whitehead & Peynghaus. The office has been moved to the brick building, upstairs over White- head & Peynghaus' grocery store. * * * Last Monday night the W. O. W. lodge met with good attend- ance. The lodge is in good work- ing order. The sovereigns are getting to be numerous here, and more coming in at every meeting to learn the mysteries of Wood- cjaft. Preparations are being made to organize a Woodman Circle at this pl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 17 October 1902

~ J-'- . fy, A;' ' rv * , Conroe Courier. rUBUSHMD IN TH* UmNKST Of CONNOK AND MOOTSOM**r COUNTY I NINTH YEAR. KEEN AN NOTES. by somebody. Keenan, Tex., October 13.— We are having cloudy threatening weather again, and indications a-re for another wet -6pelL There as much sickness in this community., but not of a serious nature. The .cutting of the cane crop ■and the making of syrup has be- gun in this neighborhood, and some of the farmers report their crops good .for the -season. The dance at Dick Ra-bun's last Friday night was quite a success. A large orowd attended and the 'dance lasted' until 12 o'clock. - Everything .passed off nice and pleasant. Miss Etha Sharpton returned ito .her hoine tin Navasota last Monday, after an expended visit to 'her cousin, .Mrs. iiJllie Rabun. Our best wishesgo .with her. There >is:s0me talk of the Wal- •nut (Grove-school being consoli- dated with the school at Keenan, if agreeable to all concerned. 'This arrangement would lengthen the term.of b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 17 October 1902

= r • Hd Proprietor. t t TEXAS. ERYWHkRE. I a (id,000 |lre. With T*luea fast la- ft incceaiful corn tike has been made st > in zinc ore 1b ro- 'Mo. sons attended Zola's no«. prominent citizen of I suddenly. : at Havana will Ola. Fla. refuse to ducatlonal 92 years old. a i county, Indiana, is i" killed his ben took , his pUyers were the St. Louis Rawlln- oathedral, V house at Bufaula, I. Oct. 6, with elabo- one of the wealthl- owners, has died at a well-known er man,"died sud> n and brewers to build a f~ at Enid. Of window Blssippl TlVer in ile, Kan. have been ln- every possi- f coal. lit of > days I Bay. A MOB OUTWITTED SPRADLEY GOT JIM BUCHANAN TO 8HREVEPORT, 1$ IN JAIL. WAS FORMALLY iNDICTED Negro Had Been Formally Indicted and Will Be Brought Back to Nacogdoches for Tilal. 8hl Report, I.a., October 15.—Sheriff Spradley with Deputies Matthews and Borders arrived here tills morning over the Houston East and W«at Texan railway, having In custody .lamps Buchanan, the negro w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 17 October 1902

) LOOK AT THIS! d of anything; figured very close. Remnents of carloads of d, Bacon, Soaps, etc., on hand ntarly all the time, which can at less than wholesale prices. Try once and save money. Conroe Commission Co. >NROE COURIER FRAZER, Publisher. I JHED EVERY FRIDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Onk Yea«...... $1 00 Six Mon'chs .'. 50 Three Months 25 RAILROAD TIME CARD: I. & G. N.—north boond. 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. m. g. c. & s. f.—west bound. No. 86 8:50 a. m east bound. No. 85 7:24 p. m Stops the Cough and Works Off the Cold. Laxative Brorao Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No cure, no pay. Price, 25 cents. Out of Death'* >law*. "When death seemed very near from a severe stomach *nd liver troub. le, that I had suffered with tor years," Writes P. Muse, Durham, N. C., "Dr. King's New Life Pllla saved my life and gave me perfect health." Best pills on earth and only 26c at C. L. Saunders' drug store. An...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 17 October 1902

. r== ieriA MOB OUTWI •nd 1 •*pLEY GOT JIM BUCHANAN •BEVEPORT, IS IN JAIL. 1 'WtVtfUMI, l> !>( *>«! -• | b| iNn,rTFn \ CHAPTER XI. arsm la Caged. the three men emerged at the dungeon; and when Oamlr I closed and bolted the door behind Sellm went on ahead with the They were armed with good and the Waclu wore .ue way you may moat we pass ont?" asked Julian, aa they came to the end of the '11 rat valuted passage. "We must paaa up where a guard is alwaya kept," answered Oamlr; "and our only hope la that we may be able r to fail upon the aentlnela, and over- mume ;«™,fjSggg£, without creating disturb- for a general alarm." er can be accomplished by of arm, we wlj' ncoom^lish," robber; "and I think we can shrewd enough not to strike until i see that the blow shall fall sure- depend upon us," added ppij|g while Bellm opened a already placed our jj, and only a succesa- i palace can now save 'told you before, there ('the way." count0dvthe chances?" / . ' ' - . - — ady to bide thq re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 17 October 1902

y 1 THE Philosophical Observations By BYRON WILLIAMS ,tC Chuck Full of Confidence. from them by any mere weather. ■*«& the Air. Red-leg was a duck of extremes. He was of a very confuting nature, and f Ia mother often remarked that he would trust even a fox if it smiled nicely at him before springing. Confidence is all right in its proper place, but when a young duck has his • system full of overconfldence there is pretty sure to he trouble herore it hns ^been supplemented by common sense. So it was with Red-leg, and tbat he succeeded in surviving his first season |s owing—strange to relate—to this same overconfldence in one of a different bftfecieis. The man who saw Red-leg leave the rest of his family and swing off to lee- ward of his<lecoys, and then sail right up over them, had just been seized with this peculiar malady, owing, perhaps, to a neat double made on a pair^ of whizzing teal, and, considering Red-leg as good as cooked, missed him beauti- fully with both barrels,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 17 October 1902

Republican Convention. An Affidavit. THE STATE OF TEXAS, I burlerj A MOB OUTWITTED? il L "\PLEY GOT .MM BUCHANAN v* EVEPORT, is IN JAIL^ Local To/ro* News in Street. Montgomery, October 14, 1902. iff Little Locals. L F. & A. M. Lodge met aturday night, its regular I, with a good attendance. * Our people enjoyed a fine ice supper last Wednesday ; at the old Baptist church ~i little sum was realized. It is rumored that a matrimo- nial epidemic is about to break out in and about our town. It is time that this dreaded disease shoul^ make its appearance in our midst, as 'the health along that line lias been unusually good df late. I * * has the contract to bridge across Lake les south of town, ready ..for use in a * in public school is doing nice- its new management. It ly one hundred scholars coming. The. people pleased with its-man- Dan build It . lurch News. r. O. P. Stark preached at i last Sunday. # • • . F. O.'Favre filled his reg- it at Plantersville at the Penyghaus filled Ba...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 17 October 1902

HEMPSTEAD CRIME MRS. SUSAN P. LEWIS DEATH. TWO SUSPECTS IN JAIL. Great Mystery Surrounds the Case and There Is Great Excitement Over the Matter. Hempstead, Texas, October 13.—One of the most diabolical crimes ever committed in Waller county was per- petrated here ait an early this morn- ing. Mrs. Susan P. I^ewis, an elderly lady, 64 years of age, was murdered Just in the rear of the public school building, some forty or iifty yards from her rosidenco. At 4:30 o'clock this morning MT. T. H. Pointer, who lives &ome fifty or seventy-five yards from the place where the body was found, was awak- ened by hearing a woman scream: "Oh, Mr. Pointer, 'help; don't let him ONE STRIKE SETTLED. New Orleans Street Railway Men Ac- cept a Compromise. New Orleans, October 13.—The street'oar strike was Settled last nignt at C o'clock by the union almost unanU mously accepting the governor's ulti- matum on a secret ballot. Negotia- tions went on until 7 o'clock yesterday morning, when the executive ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 17 October 1902

I I k. < ' T ^ .> A ^ ?! \ - *■> - — i t 7 f • CONROE COURIER H. Phacsx Editor and Proprietor. The Courier it entered at the Cooroe Poatoffice as second-class mail matter. Issued Every Friday. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One year in advance $ 1.00 81k months 50 Three months 25 Democratic Mass Meeting. FRIDAY, OCT. 17, 1902 PUHiantS* tMTKC. 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 deaths and all other matter of general interest will be published free. for representative HON. HAYNE NELMS of groveton James T. Rucks. In this issue of The Courier will be found the announcement of J. T. Rucks, democratic nom- inee for county judge. Urged by- large petitions of hundreds of the most loyal democrats of this '. ' county-, urged fcy a large repre- sentative Democratic mass meet- ing which assembled at the court house in Conroe on October 11, and urged by letters from demo- crats f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 24 October 1902

The Conroe Courier. LEE M. FRAZER-. Publisher PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF CONROE AND MONTGOMERY COUNTY ONE DOLLAR. A YEAR. IN ADVANCE NINTH YEAR. CONROE. MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1902. NUMBER 4 KEENAN NOTES. by somebody. X X ♦ t ♦ Kkenan, Tkx., October 20.— A nice cool norther is blowing today, after a few days of cloudy threatening weather. Potato digging and housing is the order of the day. and some have made an over average crop of yams. The -short crop of cotton is about gathered in this locality. The boll wevil got the best half of the crop- Miss Lisetta Curling, our teacher at Keenan, visited home folks Saturday and returned Sun- day afternoon. J. L- Broomfield passed through Keenan last Sunday, having just gotten up from a very serious spell of sickness. We are glad •to see him out again. We have just learned that <irover Scott, a son of one of our neighbors, by carelessly handling a pistol, shot himself on the knee at his home a few days ago. The kne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 24 October 1902

VUMi Biltar u4 Proprietor. •S, t I t : TEXAS. EVENT# OF EVERYWHERE. I Denmark has borrowed $100,000/- 000. John W. Gates haa returned from Europe. \' : United States supreme court recon- vened on the 13th. Mississippi Sons, of Confederate Veterans met last week at Jackson. The earliest snow In Beven years fell at Minneapolis, Minn., on the 13th. A battalion of Turkish troops were nearly annihilated by Macedonian in- surgents. A lumber man of Lake Charles, La, will ship 3(0,000 feet of lumber to for- Sign ports. Ambassador Choata and Generals Corbln apd Young lunched with King Bdtrard on the 13th. Chickasaw legislature asks the Dawes commission to locate a land offlca at Tishomingo. In a coal mine explosion at Pawnee, 111., two men were killed and lour dangerously wounded. • Mrs. Andrew Doan was found dead near Level Green, Ky., with two bul- let holes In her head. „ An Independent packing plant to cost $5,000,000 Is to be erected at South $t Joseph, Mo. I|pn. Allen Hyden, county Jud...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 24 October 1902

V SERIOUS RACE RIOT THREE WHITE MEN AND EIGHT NEGROES REPORTED DEAD. WHITE WOMAN INJURED. Blacks Maltreated a White Woman— xplanation Demanded and An- swer Was a Rifle Volley. Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 20.—Three white men and eight negroes are re- ported dead as the result of a race riot at Littleton, twenty-three miles from this city. . The citizens of Littleton have ap- pealed to Sheriff A. W. Uurgln for assistance, and a posse of deputies Jeft here at 10 o'clock on the South- ern railroad for the scene. The riot whs precipitated by several negroes pushing a white woman from a tres- tle and, it is said, severely injuring her. Several white men armed them- selves and apprehended the negroes, demanding an explanation of their con- duct The answer was a volley from a Winchester rifle, .which killed one man Instantly and mortally wounded another. Another white man is miss- ing, and it is supposed he is dead. The white citizens then fired into the ranks of the negroes and several are repo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 24 October 1902

CONROE COURIER t H. Fkazkk Editor and Proprietor. urier is entered at the Conroe ; as second-class mail matter. Issued Every Friday. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One year in advance t 1.00 Sis nfonthH Three months FRIDAY, OCT. 24, 1902 PUBLISHERS' NOTICE. Obituaries, resolutions, cards of thank* or other matter not "news" will be charged for at the rate of S cent* per line. Notices of marriages, birtlis and deaths and nil other matter of general interest will be published free. FOR KEPRBSKNTATIVK HON. HAYNE NELMS OP GKOVKTON Who owns the Montgomery County Record? . | . • _ The immortal name -of B. F. Davis appears in the Montgom- ery County Record as it's "pub- lisher," but we fail to note its statins: that he is the editor and proprietor. ■ ■ ■ Colored YOters, are you going to remain men and cast your vote like free men, of are you going: to relegate yourselves to slavery by putting a price on your ballots? How do you in- tend to answer this question cfti election day? Are J. B, Wells and A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 24 October 1902

if LOOK AT THIS! Carloads of anything figured very clo«e. RemncntB of carloads of Flour, Feed, Bacon, Soajis, etc., on hand nearly all the time, which can be bought at less than wholesale prices. Try once an<l save money. THE CONROE COURIER LEE H. FKAZER, Publisher. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Yeah Six Months Thkkr Months Stops the Cough and Works Off the Cold. Goes Like Hot Cakes. "The fastest selling article I have in my store," writes druggist C. T. Smith, of Davis, Ky., "is Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, because it always cures. In my six years of sales ft has never failed. I have known it to save sufferers from Throat and Lung dis- eases, who could get no help from doctors or any other remedy." Moth- ers rely on it, best physicians pre- scribe it, and C. L. Saunders guaran- tees satisfaction or refund price. Tri- Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure | aj bottles free. Regular sizes, and He Learned a Great Truth. It is said of Jo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 24 October 1902

October, on the lake" FAST MAIL TR.AIN CROSSING THE MISSOURI R.IVER. AT SIBLEY. IOWA Issued Ever S year in advana : nlonths 4 : months... .1 im Hoyr. Who | County The it I Davis app | ery Counts r," bfl I stating that be is ti 1 proprietor. Colored voters, aj i remain men like free / to rel by ballots answi i day? 18 8LICED. int circul gornery Count; Cob roe mass Judge Nugent' any testimony-*' is it the case th; has been preferrl fendent and a p Si taken, that the afld hear testim pass sentence? i foolish profNgsJ** 1 eally Own ntry. colonies aiid territory to igloos, wlilch D00,0()0 square one of the most Ftihent, and its ac- wltii a dividing proved a for- polltlcal WMm- tlsli hold- aggregate miles. Of ns, France vast; but some nil*. of her African desert of 8a- nty over thlB ablished. have eacj s; and so **£ 25S.000 i of 80,000. s to Turkey, not only but In more terri- wliite men and, controls t diamond ie world. :t control to her than 'iintrles over 11 the claims natives who with...

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