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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 24 October 1902

15he Scovxrge q/De^rr\e^sc"vis f *ya A Story of the E&st... By SYLVANUS COBB. JR. Copyrighted 1801 by Robert Bonnrr's Sons. CHAPTER XII.—iContinueU.) Trembling at every joint the king proceeded to the work. He pulled o.T the robe of purple silk, and cast it down; then he took off the crown; and then the golden chain. Julian picked them up. and turning once more to the king, said: "I will grant you one favor before I go. You came hither to see me. If you havo any question to ask, 1 will answer it." The king started up as though he j had received promise of some great blessing. "Once I asked you who your par- , ents were," he said.' "You would not answer me. Will you answer me now?" m "No, sir," replied Julian. "I will not speak their names in your presence; nor will I give to you the name of the friend whom I love." "Be not too headstrong, sir robber," urged the king. "Is that all for which you sought me?" asked the chieftain, taking a step backward. "I sought thee to find out wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 24 October 1902

IE CONROe, CTO3itgomery News. rhe CQurier is entere stoftice as second-clai S. M. SMITH. Local Editor Issued Ever38treet- Montgomery, Texas, Octobek 21, 1902. $1.00 a Year. subscripts ing Bells. ie year in advan<ji months hree months. HON ounty K( he residence of the ' .ts, Mr. Clide Wil- bbin and Miss Katie FRIDAY Judge Sullivan oftici- They have our best pir .... * # # Jbituar.' lanks o ;t Wednesday morning- Rev. Ill be q < _ . ,, , , . Ints per) Stark was called to his |Notices*Jgate, where he met Mr. laths am,Altn an(j Miss Overby seated Iterest , fggy, and was informed ^services were necessary te the arrangement for ii\ig people to walk down jhway together, and as Resented the necessary preacher waived all jss and spoke the words The irnn 4e them happy' and they Pavis appet|heir way rejoicing, ry County 1 Isher," but we 1-jL.OCals. Itating that he is th proprietor. >ight the K. ,, , 7 , A regular meet- Colored voters, ay- , /attendance, remain men ^ lote like free loin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 31 October 1902

^ ^ V . If The Conroe Courier. LEE H. FRAZER.. Publlahor PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF CONROE ANO MONTGOMERY COUNTY \ NINTH YEAR. CONROE. MONTGOMERY COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 31 1902. KEENAN NOTES. J by somebody. Keenan, Tex., October 27.- A nice coo! rain this mornin heads the list of to-day's hap- penings, and is quite a treat, too, after such unusual hot weather for a few days. There was a nice crowd at Rabun school house yesterday to hear the sermon preached by Rev. Gibbs of the Christian de- nomination. Miss Curling: and Mrs. Rabun attended church yesterday in cournany with Chester McGee -^^fsister and Miss Mary Willis * of Keenan. Evander Sunday is shipping his fall crop of beans, of which Jie has a good many. ' Joe Rabun is making syrup from hte new crop of sugar cane, and it is tine. R. Rabun, Jr., has cane that is matured at nine feet. N. C. Kelly, we learn, has bought the place- known as the Carsgrow place in Jhis commu- nity. There has been some horse tlieives in the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 31 October 1902

1, Courier Editor ud Proprietor. t « : TEXAS. ra OF EVERYWHERE. Will borrow $8,000,000. prevails In the Holy Land, farmers are rushing wheat Carrie Nation has paid Wlchl- $75 fines. Kansas City star will manufac- Its own paper. Ratilla produces mora petroleum fcaa the United States. T. B. Craig, a well-known traveling talesman, died at Yazoo City, Mies. The national convention of Spirit- oalia& was held last week at Boston, Denmark has ordered 128 Krupp Held guns and 192 ammunition wag- EXPENSIVE BLAZE. FIRE 6TARTED FROM THE SPARK OF AN ENGINE. OF A PECULIAR ORIGIN. Twelve Hundred and Fifty-eight Bales and a Number of Cars, Entailing a Loss of $100,000. Simon Tandes of Indianapolis has given $87,009 to Presbyterian mis- ■ions. The loss by the burning of the Bos- ton store at Albany, N. Y., Is placed •t $500,000. Horace Joseph shot and killed Ro- land Whlttaker at Poplar Bluff, Mo. Both colored. The Okmulgee Ice company, capital stock $80,000, has been organized at Tl- Okmulgee, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 31 October 1902

MITCHELL'S HONOR MINE WORKERS PRESENT HIM A MEDAL AND GOLD WATCH. MADE A FEELING REPLY. Said the Gifts Would Ever Remind Himof His Duty—Strike Com- mission Is Now Ready. THE RICE MARKET. COAL IS ADVANCED i - Wilkesbarre, Pa., Oct. 27.—President .Mitchell was iu conference with Dis- trict Presidents Nichols, Duffy and Fa- hey for several hours yesterday. He outlined his case as he will present it to tho board oif arbitration in behalf •of the miners, and it received the ap- proval of the district presidents. This afternoon President Mitchell was pre- sented with a gold badge and gold watch by tho Polish, Lithuanian and Slavonic members of the United Mine Workers. The badge boars the mono- gram "J. M." In diamonds just under- neath the bar, containing the pin by wihidb it is fastened to the coat lapel. Below this is the button of the Uuit- <e<l Mine Workers of America, from which htings a pendant—a tiny pick und shovel, wiuh a miner's lamp in tho center, underneath of which is a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 31 October 1902

' COURIER i Editor and Proprietor. 1 i« entered at the Conroe > Kcood-class mail matter. Every Friday. 2RIPTION PRICE: in advance S*1.00 50 i montha 25 FRIDAY, OCT. 31, 1902 PUM.ISMRS' 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 £e«ths and all other matter of general t will be published free, FOH RKPKKSENTATIVK *\jrc>N. HAYNE NELMS OP GROVBTON >olitics Make Strange Bedfellows. This saying was never better demonstrated tban it is in the lit now being made to retain gent in office against the • wishes of the democracy. : is conceded by all that a large of the democrats and te people of the county will vote for Nugent and they to elect him by :ap- • a majority of the colored In order to do this they imports from another r an old white republican L. E- Dunn, who is going negroes and trying to from Rucks by saying iijds the Rucks people ten' a White Man's Union...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 31 October 1902

LOOK AT THIS! Carloads of anything figured very close. Hemnents 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 Co. HE CONROE COURIER LEE H. FKAZER, Publisher. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year Six Months Three Months RAILROAD TIME CARD: I. & G. N.—NORTH BOUND. No. 12 9:33 a. m. No. 6 (.The Flyer)..' 4:46 p. in. 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 ":24 p. m Announcements. Fos County Judck—C. W. Nugent. For Cou.stv Ajtoknky .1. E.Wells. Fok County Ci.Erk—\V. F. (Jrifiin. Fok Di.rtwct'Ci.kkk -Alf Morris, jr. FoiOJ'ax Assessor .1. W. Simonton. *FZik Tax Collector H. W. Carr. For County Treas.--\V. P. Terrell. For County Com.mis.—C. T. Darby. For Sheriff— Mabiu A. Anderson. For County Judge. The Courier is authorized to an- nounce James T. Rucks as a Demo- cratic cand...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 31 October 1902

- tffiflprj to — Obituar Scourge &Lma.scus A Story of the East... By SYLVANUS COBU, JR. CoprrlfhtMl 1B01 by Robert Bonner's Sons m montl XIV. rab g ve a 1 mil, FRIDAY, jsame t'ms !e p- and strl!;!ns the ut Shubal was not sl y by oie mm- alarme 1 him, and fellow leip. he waa L^e..flffprepa ed. T: e blow in f blinded b!m f r a mo:v.er.t, fcu bis eyes gervocl him, he |hls assailant by !he throat and Mm to thg (-round. kt 8i-rt ol a man are yuu?" th; tried, as hs held the ra;cal a Juggler," replied the Arab, ng fast upon Shubal'a tunic. I go my clotblnK, or 1*1. kill yo;i." slave might have carr.e.l out ' threat, but before he could make Iny decided movement to th.it end ho r found himaeir surrounded by a body .of armed m°n. Quick as thoU"ht he . leaped to his feet, leaving a pi ci o! His tunic behind him, and m;da a movement 'toward his horse; but he was too late to rcit'i the sa'ldlj. Hal. dozen strong hands were laid upon while as many more were b sv the horrcs of t'e f.im lea. T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 31 October 1902

J Closing Scenes in the Greatest 'Board of A^rhftrattOTi Ccal Miners* StriKe on P^ecord, To Jfettle Labor *DiSi The great coal strike in at an end. By unanimous vote of the miners' con- vention, held at Wiikesbarre, Pa., it was agreed to submit their case to the arbitration tribunal and go to work at once. No conditions were attached to this acceptance. President Mitchell told the conven- tion what the result was going to be. Therefore he felt at liberty to make a persona) request of the delegates. This was that they vote unanimously. "We struck as one man; like men we have stood shoulder to shoulder; now let us end the strike with one voice," he exclaimed. Then the ques- tion was put. A mighty chorus of make trouble. They have caught the modern spirit of organization and the universal American demand for better conditions of living. A union they have and are going to have. That they can stand together during a long siege without desertions and without flinch- ing they have conclusi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 31 October 1902

Montgomery News. S. M. SMITH. Local Editor suBSCf^ ^M.-iin Street. JneycarinStu XJ============= 4hr«0mohnth8:v^urch NewS. . P. Stark will preach FRIDA^l'l'd Hill next Sunday. He .1 go from there to Waco to I attend the Baptist general con- vention, which will convene on Wednesday, November 5. Montgomery, Texas, October 28, 1902. $1.00 a Year. Rev. J. B. Sears of Rockdale will preach at the M. E. church at this place Tuesday night, November 11, All are invited to come out and hear him. * * * Rev. H. A. Peygnhaus preached at Bobbin last Sunday and will preach next Sunday at Conroe. The Halloween party, which was to have taken place Friday night, has been indefinitely post- poned on account of the illness of oije of the members of the society. The ladies of Montgomery will give a dinner on election day, for the benefia of the churches at this place. k : ' Personals. R. H. Dunn was at Navasota - last Saturday. Prof. R. H. Powell spent last Sunday at home. Mr. and Mrs. Glide Williams was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 7 November 1902

The Con roe Cou LEE H. FRAZER.. Publisher PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF CONROE AND MONTGOMERY COUNTY ONE DOLLAR NINTH YEAR. CONROE. MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMRER 7, 1902. 1 KEENAN NOTES. by somebody. IX*. J Special Correspondence to The Courier. Keenan, Tkx., NSvember 3.— A white man was killed at Brant- ley last Friday morning by a "double-header" train, which knocked him off of the track, killing him instantly. He was a stranger here, and had been on a "spree" and was apparently crazed from the effects. He was found by the men working on the steam shovel, and was buried by the county. It seems he was from Bonham. and of a nice family. B. F. Lynch will leave for East Texas tomorrow in company with J. A. Rabun and son, who are goir.g through in a wagon. His L fa/nily left on Saturday night's frain and will remaifl in Buna 'with her sister, Mrs. Pollard, un- til her husband arrives. Miss Cookie Kelly left us Sat- urday for Buna, Jasper county, to be gone for two months vi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 7 November 1902

ECTION. *S USUAL TRIUMPH REPORTED FROM ALL OVER TEXAS. GARNER ISLANDED SAFELY. The Results In Other States Not the Landslide So Confidently Expected—Contest Close in New York—List of Texas State Officiials. Returns from all over the state of either the senate or the house. Be Texas ay this has been the quietest cause of the reapportionment, the en- olection ever known. In no case has tire senate was re elected this year, interest been stirring enough to cause though soni# of the members of the nor* Uian a two-third* vote <o be old senate had served only two years i^ed. A solid democratic congress- of the terms to which they were elect- nation, however, is assured, ed. jS defeated Scott by a State Senate. kt between 3000 to First district—J. R. Wilson, Texar- | Second—J. T. Patterson, Cooper! Third—Travis Henderson, Paris, i Fourth—J. L. Harbison, Collins- j vilie. Fifth—T. M. Cain, Rains county. ^Sixth—W. C. McKamy, Dallas. I'enth—R. N. Stafford. Minfola. -Charles i 0 Brachfleld,...

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

TODAY'S FORECAST DEMOCRATS EXPECT TO MANY STATES. MAY BE A BIG LANDSLIDE Z72Z\"> OF THE PLAGUE. Would Be a Most Seriou6 Matter and It Is Feared. Washington. November 3.—Bubonic plague, according lo the official reports of the marine hospital service, is in- creasing at an alarming rate in San Francisco. The officials of the service What Is Claimed by the Opposing Factions in Different Parts of the Country. I Lincoln, Neb., November 4.—Chair- man Hall,, for the democrat#, said: "We art' going to elect W. H. Thomp- son governor by approximately lu.ooo majority. We will not lose a single one of the fusion congressional dis- tricts. and will be disappointed if we don't control the lower house of the legislature." How It Stands in Texas. Austin, Texas, November 4 —Indica- tions in Texas today are about as usu- al. The democrats will get the earth, with perhaps a republican in t.he lit- teenth, and here and there are inde- pendent candidates. Louisiana Forecast. • New Orleans. November...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 7 November 1902

Still a Mysterjr Death of A. Circumstances Surrounding A. E. Gilbert's Deaah Still Unexplained Some information of interest has been developed in the mystery surrounding the death of Mr. A. E. Gilbert, which occurred at the Sisters' hospital Sunday morning- The investigation being made by Dr. J. A. Gibson, uncle of the de- ceased, has developed that Mr. lilbert arrived in Beaumont Sun- ay morning at (t\20 o'clock on delayed Santa Fe train. He pie down on the train from ican with a Wells Fargo ex- ,s messenger with whom he acquainted. Arriving in [mobr1*^ express messenger GilbSji came to town and akfast togS^ther in a res- after whicn\Mr. (lilbert with his frieW^ saying «as going to the tylaren- to get a little sfth^p. vas fount; in the semi\ condition near the Hotel there is no trace ins. However, from he was found about jeasonable to sup- ,ould not have lost Ling from the res- Ihotel or rather to he was found. ,me to Beaumont o meet Mr. Hal he purpose of relative to all saw mill. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 14 November 1902

w \ i / The Conroe Courier. LCC M. HAZER. KUHtat rubushco in THM iNTMirmar of conkom and MawraoMmr coimrr ONE DOLLAR. A YEAR. IN ADVANCE ninth year. CONROE. MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1903. NUMBER KEENAN NOTES. by somebody. Special Correspondence to The Courier. Keenan, Tex., November 10. —John Butler and wife, from Stapp's mill, were visiting rela- tives ^nd friends at Keenan, Sunday, and were the guests of E. W. Oualline's family. Miss Lisetta Curling visited ■her home folks Saturday and Snnday. Ebb Pitts was shaking hands on the mill yard Sunday with his numerous friends. There will be quite a number of our citizens going east to the tie job that has opened up again. Many of our people are greatly troubled with sore eyes and some ■of; them are almost blind. Miss Beryl Kee!, assistant I postmistress at Montgomery, vis- ited home folks at Keenan yes- terday and returned today. There is quite a calm in this i precinct following the storm of the election. A good m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 14 November 1902

WLINEUX IS FREE actl' > in uilh. lout the Ifcrlka. .T# struck in" Saw increase to r rhomu Upton 1> booming th« ■ (air. r Yataa of Illinois lie* at th« ath. M Ufa destroyed 300 cattle Web, | implement dealers meet at la January. Michigan has had the fall for years. [Fe passenger locomotives headlights. ' its hay" split and i co'n'iW.lona^ ke cost the Real ' over $6,000,000. as claim that $16,000 > election there J ; ,.}/ mliy have re- or the winter, a tree salesman, , Mo., by a Katy have bought • in Frisco Hallway elng made to Irish land line of steamer* has i International Mar JURY TOOK THIRTEEN MINUTES TO f/AKE ITS DECISION. AUDIENCE APPLAUDED Defendant Visited the Prison—Those Confined There Had Heard News and Congratulated Him. aundh capsized In Rock- the three occupants ond, j his who wrecked a automobile, gets Hp. In his message > congress together in, most encourag- a Galesburg, 111., , balloon at Anna, killed. ee, France, will !>• women. H« i others. ilea, crow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 14 November 1902

f 1 T3he Scourge o/DamsLScus A Story of the E&st... By SYLVANUS COBB. JR. CoflyrlirhtHl 1891 by Robert Bonner's Sons. CHAPTKh Xvu.—-iCoiUinu^aj T'lln boweci nor head upon her | lmmis; and could the instinctive ■ jiromptin.a of tfer heart at that mo- j merit have been read, they would have i revealed a secret not much to be won- i deied at. "1 think," said Ezabel, aft^r a pause, j "that you have had some opportunity to study Julian's character." "1 have seou enough to assure me that he is a noble, generous man," returned Ulin, raising her head. "And," added Ezabel, "if you could know him better you would And your impressions strengthened. But he will not be here lor.g. As soon as he re- covers from his wound he will leave us." If I am not mistaken," ventured our heroine, "Julian is at borne in this jilHCe." "Most certainly he is, my daughter. From his earliest childhood he knew no other home but this." A'nd he was on his way hither when he overtook me in the hands of the Arabs " ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 14 November 1902

COURIER rand Proprietor. at Jhe Coaroc Fr'day. ON PHICB advance. . 1-00 VY, NOV. 14, 1902 ruuswnr mtncc. resolution*, card* of other matter not "new* irecd for at the rate of 5 line. of marriage*, birth* and 1 all other matter of general .11 be imblUhed free. " people VtvA .spoken,. and arier is satisfied. long expected and much I new Irirtta of tjse Re- i party in Texas turned : a still-born affair after blicans have secured of the next Con- , margin so narrow be on their good during the session ford to monkey with those anti-Southern t so dear to the Republican The convention of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, from all the Southern states, is in session this week in New Or- leans. The most important work before the body will be to deter- mine the exact location and style of the monument to be erected to the memory of Jefferson Davis in Richmond, for which the money "ha** been collected. There's a big quarrel Brewing on the subject, many of 1'iie ladies insisting on a triu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 14 November 1902

t LOOK AT THIS! Carload® 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 than wholesale prices. Try once and save money. Conroe Commission Co. THE CONROE COURIER L,EE H. FRAZER, Publisher. F. W. Pitts has been appointed jailor, vice W. J. Follmar resigned. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY si/ascmrr/ON hates: One Year SI 00 Six Months rn Thkke Months 25 RAILROAD TIME CARD: I. & G. N.—north boond. No. 12 9:33 a. m. Ho. 6 (The Flyer) 4:46 p. m. south bound. No. 5 2:55 a. m. No, f:0S P- m- G. C. & S. F.—WEST BOUND. No. 86 8:50 a. m east bound. No. 85 .....7:24 p. m Church Directory. methodist church, south Preaching at the Methodist Episco- pal church, South, first, second and third Sabbaths in each month. Cleve- land, fourth Sabbath. Sunday school, 10 a. m. D. C. Tharp, superintendent. Prayermeeting Wednesday nights. A. J. Anderson, Pastor. For the serious diseases that attack the kidneys, P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 14 November 1902

t*fw-o -v'-. "T :KY IN THE WOODPILE. — Photo by Eugene J Hall. Chlcntv AUTUMN ON WISCONSIN RIVER. w ik 7**~ by Eugene J. Hall, Chicago HEIRESS. Title Be ■ Boy. to the i coast of Scot- ltnary luck pf nilton and the owner of Arran In k Uoy. The present to the title in the way. He is de- he fourth duke and hi* off In 1742 when Lord (who had been named "■* married. The unllton* from dukes, after mHW' red at Is built w«. Th. 08 r of independence residence and place of capture of the famous "Jack the Pointer," who roused the whole country In 1776 by his deliberate at- tempts to fire dockyards and shipping. He succeeded at Portsmouth, where $300,000 damage was done, also at Bristol, but was tolled at Plymouth. So great was the scare that in re- «l*onse to a rewar-i of J2.D00 offered by the government for his capture the whole country was on the alert and he was run to earth and captured in this interesting old house and eventually hanged and gibbeted at Portsmouth. His real name was James ...

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