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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 9 June 1905

CALIFORNIA ONE-WAY COLONIST TICKETS FROM Texas Common Points TO CALIFORNIA On Sale MARCH ist TO HAY 15th INCLUSIVE Ait the Santa Fe Agent for Firtiouiirs, or Addrest WJ5. Keenan, G. P. A.. - - . GALVESTON, TEXAS Short Line Quick Time HOUSTON EAST 4ivrn wnr.™ — RAILWAY Between Shreveport and All Points North and East thereof to Houston and other South Texas points. Sleeper between Houston and Shreveport on night trains. For information relatives to rates, etc., address M. h. ROBBINS, Act. G. P. A. HOUSTON, TEXAS. SOUTHERN PACIFIC HOTEL RUCERSAT.. ^EiPOOK-W^M IS NOW OPEN FOR THE SUMMER SEASON Seabrook is located on the Southern Puclfic (G. II. & N. Hy.) between Houston and Galveston and is AN IDEAL PLACE TO SPEND A SUMMER VACATION. FINE BOATING, BATHING, SAILING, FISHING For sclfeluleB, rates, and liny other Information, write T. J. ANDERSON, Gen. Pass. Ajt. JOS. HELLEN, Asst. Gen. Pass. Ajt. HOUSTON, TEXAS. or HOTEL RUOERS, Seabrook. 2 Trains DAILY Trains 2 -— After January 8 bet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 9 June 1905

The Little Girl's Sash. W rftiti£ of the dressing of lit- <-le«irlf> in the New Idea Wom- an's Magazine for July, Charlotte -Mill ward intimates that the me- thod of fastening sashes is now different to the simple old-fash- ioned bow. "The sashes seen this vteai;," she says, "are not over-wii!-, but their ends are lied, looked up and twisted by deft fitiK.Ts until the final result has the effect of a shower boquet. Similar l>u small knots: appear on thejefi -ihouider fipfl (itfisluolT the pull si V Bobbin Brevities. Cochran -Ghannon spent Sun- day in Stcnebam with his sister Mrs. F. T. Bates. Mr. prmiiy. Nn, turallv t lies?' complicated ar- rangements • cannot be undone each tjitK i he l rod'; is, taken off, so that tin- saSh is'no longer tied, | but hooke.! at nlL. 'back, the twist i\ ij. such as Li I,, vibUon, an : ■ \\khlhh passu; has narrower tion to-insure Roman sashes, u:,, thirty years ago, ar. -ad. and tlley are already being extensively seen, but the dellca- ■ ely ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 23 June 1905

/''V. Y1 /*a If You Are Now a Subscriber to The Courier You are doubtless familiar with its loyalty to the «est interests of the county. The people's paper. The Conroe Courier. Fine Commercial Printing..#... A Specialty Send The Courier your next order for letter and note heads, bill heads, envelopes, curds, etc. LEE H. FRAZER., Publisher ELEVENTH YEAR. PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OP CONROE ANO MONTGOMERY COUNTY ONE DOLLAR. A YEAR. IN ADVANCE I •CONROE. MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TEXAS FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 19059 NUMBER 36. iPSSIMSEMMMMM&MM u- iND UMBRELLAS. PARASOLS* Now if never before you stand in need of a parasol, the hot I rs being ot grades t.nd (j proof black in the eh en per, the rod are steel I the ribs also; the ban dies are of natural wood, p arl or me- tal, and we have them in a wid< riety of i atterns Price 50= to $5.GG NOTIONS. [,0 envelopes, packet size tor One dozen cllunium hair pins assorted shapes Three cakes of soap tar or oat rr.eal, 10c vales for Steel coat collar spr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 23 June 1905

>E COURIER. USE H. FfcAIUR, Ed. and Pub. - TEXAS J CONROE, - - EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. Robert L. Tanner, aged 53, droppe'l iead at Dallas Friday about noon. The general Synod of the Evanegll- <tal Lutheran Church convened at Pittsburg, Pa., Friday. The Brat killing to take place in Sherman County waa on Wednesday when Will 3yers was shot and Instant- Uy killed, it Is said, by U L. Barnett. According to the report the death i of Waco is only 7.33 to the thoi:- aand Inhabitants, which can hardly be xcelled in the United States. The board of lady managers of the rld's Fair hag called in an expert (male) to straighten out nts and make up a report for . . • An election has been prdered for 17 to rote on Harris County's «uing $500,000 court bouse bonds for purpose of building a new court i at Houston. Two men have been Instantly kill- ed by the premature explosion of a Mast in a stone querry near J. Three others were r injured. ttt is the belief of well inforu'd Japanese that within t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 23 June 1905

w — r ■ 'r BIG DEATH ROLL. TWENTYTHREE KILLED IN AN AWFUL COLLISION. TWO TRAINS RAN TOCETHER. The Dead and the Wounded Were Scat- tered All Along the Track •s a Result. Baltimore, Md., June 19,—The death roll of Saturday night's' disaster on the Western Maryland Railroad now foots up twenty-three, and this num- ber is likely to be increased from among the list of 'those fearfully man- gled. All the dead were employes of the road, returning 10 their homes In small towns along the road to spend Sun- day. \Viiii the exception of t'he train crew, they had been at work repair- ing the damage done to the road bed tc-n days ago by a minor freight wreck at Mount Hope Station, near this city. The train, which was No. 15 passen- ger, west-bound, carried a large num- ber of passengers. As many of the workmen as> could do so went into the baggage car, the remainder of the gang of thirty-five finding places on the platform between the mail and baggage cars and between the latter and the tende...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 23 June 1905

.... ) EVERY FRIDAY ion rat ma Courier i* entered at the Conroe an second-class mail matter* d Every Friday. CRIPTION PRICE: Advance ^ * 50 months 25 rucL;vcltfPS, KOTII per line The University of Texas. 1 — Austin, Tex., June 6, 1905. Editor Cooiek : The last time I wrote to the Cooriek I intended to write again and put some of the advantages of the University betore the boys and girls of Montgomery county. If you will permit me, I will in a few words give the ambitious boys of our goo'd old county a few pointers, The University is now the larg- est schpol in the South, and in point of excellence, is equalled only by Vanderbilt and the Uni- versity of Virginia. Some other resolution*, cards of f^00'3 eet out catalogues sbow- or oilier matter not "news" J ing the names of several hundred Charge! for „i the rate of s suramer scllool students or pupils .! of preparatory departments and births ami K . onci-al I counting them in to swell this en- ua.,nfeX. — s DON'T ESFEHIJISNT. Dacus D...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 23 June 1905

Great "Boost Cotton* Sal Beginning SATURDAY, June 17th and ending SATURDAY, June 24th. Guessing- Contest 5.00 • C ■ la cash to lie given to eight | successful guessers. The one guessing the nearest to the numbers of sales made on Saturday, June 24-th. Will l>o given §5.00 in cash, the next two nearest, §2.50 each, the next live nearest will he given §1.00 each, one Tness with Si.00 purchase. Write your truess on two slips of paper, one you retain and the other you deposit in a liox we have arranged for the purpose. Winners names will appear in the Conkoe Couuiek June SOeth. COTTON PLANTER; COTTON BUYER COTTON B1 XJlif.R, MAkurAtyruRKfi PIANT&K^ FAMILY* This cul shows how Ihe |>ioduclloii and consum|>lion of col I ion bccjins and cuds wiih 1 tie planter. If he will increase his own°| urchascs of col ton goods, and induce his friends to do likewise, he will assist materially in boo! iug the frrice of col Ion. . Mill Remnants. We have them by the wagon load, and we have, s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 23 June 1905

/'^ :• :h" '•r JOE COURI . PEAZER, Publisher. iDI'VERYFRJDlld'S MUSIC . (UtSOR'PTION KATMSI /plays, and from the keys YKAR ** -ige childish melodies. iJX Months ijllslls >te a„ Jvantag , the strain, .fore nor known again, "rd, passing llkt a breeze. THKKB Months The Courier is entered at Poitoffice «« second-class ^ ^ rauie pl)n When Babble plays! Yet as low surge of breaking seas. Or bird notes far within the trees That echo long in heart and brain; Bo through ferns thrumming love Is fain To hear the sweetest harmonies When Babble plays. —C. M. Paine. uefrrcr Uiv= CONVENTIONAB j5*r (Copyright, 1005, by Dolly 8tory Pub. Co.) Lambert didn't really mean Jiyt&Ing by It. Sbe was not a flirt- least not now, that she was a mar- woman. She had left all that be- ad her two years ago. Not that she i a flirt even then: oh, no. But she. ad licen the possessor of the ay,-of- i amount of coquet^ishnfcss Irther- . in most girls of nineteen—perhaps least little bit more, f looked bo decided...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 23 June 1905

L, t i I 1:1 * i i v] Tha-rp (BJl Griffith BANKERS. Successors to first National Bank. CONROE, TEXAS. We do a general banking business that guarantees perfect safetiness. Depos- its of all sizes are looked after with care and will be appreciated. * * * * * * * We have purchasers for Land in Montgomery Counnty in large and small tracts. Send us a list of what you have % McKinney, Hill, Crawford & Randolph jv COUNTY SEAT SALOON P.1WEST SL SON, Proprietors. Wines,Liquors an Cigars. Al- ways the best goods Ever the best treatment. Agents for the celebrated Park Ridge and Hill & Hill whiskies. Best Grade of Santa Fe SalojLi Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars Best in the City. Porter & Waters, Proprietors BARRED ROCKS. 25 Cockerls for Sale at, Each $1.50 Fhese are not culls, but first-class well bred birds. Some EXTRA FINE, 'first orders will get splendid basgains. BEN T. LAWS, Box 205 Conroe, Tex, Llewellyn & Kayser ATTORNers AT LAW Office over Capitol Drug Store CONROE, TEXA...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 23 June 1905

r is entered nitty?,"' Jj.r 5^ Postofflce as ^cond-clas* —7— ,r. r Wh^ut EpUco. ISSU eil Tjl j- 10-,d a„d fourth ~7T* 1 * a ''hat 7.30 p., m. ,P: lav Tcnooin :45 a. m. B. T. Laws, i;i ' Jnteudent. Onp" 3yermeeting Friday nights. SI* >. eaching at Willis each first and Ttan /third Sundays, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. —Sunday school cach Sunday, 9:45 a. |3m„ J. Frampton, superintendent. .Prayer meeting each Wednesday ^ 7:30 p. m. i';I M R. W. Adams, Pastor. ^ > i'ikst baptist chukch or conrob ) Preaching services every first and I third Sundays in each mouth at XI a. •ik. and 7:00 p. m. Prayenueeting every Tuesday night at 7:00. Sunday school every Sunday at 10 a. m. J- J- fii'KiN, Pastor A yv 6 s. LOCAL ITEMS. If you are a truck farmer come indf to ^Montgomery county. stad y Eorn—To Mr- and Mrs. S. D. Claiborne, Tuesday night, a fine U B'rl- C# this ■ Ta weer. as. Several young negroes were locked^iip in the city bastile on the ,19th on minor charges. ff tv„. K- W. Adam, _crfr appo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 20 August 1908

e BNE T. L Che S at th onm VOL. 14—NO. 41 CONROE, TEXAS, TjflJRSDAY AUGUST 20. 1908 SI 00 A YEAR the commissioners reply to the citizens . , i oti Afi I poena, after a judgment bad] ten double or treble the original Deny ThatlThere is Any Patriotism invoiveu--ACr|£een entered against him. but amount of taxes, and as a rule Mr. Banks Griffith, the other j no mercy is shown or extension cuse Brominent Citizens of Tax Dodging. MUSI HAVE THE ROLLS They All Di ire For Full Rendition and Claim Some Trying to Hide Something. member of the council, objected. Mr. Griffith is a banker! a large property owner, much |of it in Conroe. His firm is o the de- linquent tax roll of tjflis county in arrears in the suirtof $272 to the state and county lor the year WiUiS;^r,tUgU3l1t;~r°hploutsiders. When we came to August 13 the Appeared in e, resident roll the u3e 0f this Courier an arts® entitled V ei y Indignant," gi place in said vigorous attai criticising the the commissii Montgomery c to the com- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 20 August 1908

B(ut Rockdale at^er *' it vieit among frienilt Uv«8. • i Willie Irvin has returned loneton V> attend, school. > Ceoil Seott and Mr. Henry of East River took supper O. C. Uox and attended i Sunday night. , Dred (Jur and family from ADey attended church here tturday night and Sunday. |l|r. Jim Terrell of Saratoga it visiting friends and relatives on E«t River. Mr, Uriah Smith and wife of UnioQ Grove spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Sallee. ... :y . .. — ; Houston .fere visiting in Splen dora one day last week. ■ '. Mr. Jessie Nettles was at church : without his best girl Sunday, ■ somebody looked awful lonesome. 'Tie against the la* to go hunt- , but Mr. Lockhart Hightower i out d e-a-r huntinh last Sun- . day for we saw him Mrs. Richardson, Mrs. Nettles, Mr. and Mrs. Hall and Mr. Allen Carr took dinner with C. C. Cox and family Sunday. Miss Lucille Lyons spent the night With Miss Sadie Sallee Sun< day night. Mr. Gilmore and Mr. Perry Ward of White Oak attended ehurcb Saturda...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 20 August 1908

lotp of of the ATTORNEY Offlse Over Cap "to walk MILE*, McMnnus way but i actir of holtSbs whp advc sell -such stuff, In reading' 'cheir circulars signs you probably expect to ge somethiug for.nothing, but When you pay your hard cash and get home, yolk find ' they' gave you nothing for sofnething. There is a great deal of difference' between low prices and good values, low prices may be very dear, but good yalues are always cheap There can be no success to any business not based on good values and honest dealings, attend the big clearance sale at Ostern & Wolf's next Saturday Aug. 22, and you will find that you will get some- thing almost for nothing .^cqneoe. ISWelly DVDArrDA'fcA! 3 NlCF HOfftfY FOR BA8Y? Attorneys-at-Law Office North Side Square CONROE - Thru Sleeper TO Chicago THREE SHARP SHOCKS. slcian had to b feared ailed Lockjaw ia The young people had another lelightful dance Thursday night at the tin shop. Waters-Pierce Delinquencies Austin, Aug. 19.—The controller haa ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 20 August 1908

weeks d# niiKhv«VaiM W>t alter a term of eight or niife months of tiresome mental physical labor. Many perwtin .who have1 troversy hail no«experienc'e in Hie teac'nirig1 will show line seems to tb'ink that any com- wronB- V '^ly't mon school teacher wWo wages] Auetin Texaa } * j m.S. are from $115 to $50 ;ii>r month j jjon y/ .Nugent, ought to make an independent | Conroe, fortune in a short tin.e. Let such ' My Dear Sir: teacher. lecting fines due the county and to j li rut place she is expected tc united ctue-wWf darned lias oeeu effjoyiiigaiew many ,,11160 who an editor to lave in defense their pet notions an<1 bobbies, advocate their .views against the strongest opposition and then ccolly withhold the business sup- port by which alone a small news- paper can live. llllamt CARD SOUTH 8, 3.08 p. m 5, 2.49 a. m WEST 15 p. m 6.00 a. m The order the Commissioners entered last week in regard to col & -Office— BBY-.^T TSiMPLETON YMfd Commis- ong ? General Say sioner* Were ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 20 August 1908

JfcA 0 in;1' mJotL* A to Rather than carry any clothing; over we have decided to have a CClearanc SALE of All Cothing and give every maa arvd boy ^ chaace to Wear a New Suit at' a Price Never Before Heard of in Conroe For the Boys We Have the Celebrated Mrs, Jar\e Hopkins Boy Proof ClotKes. They are made of strong fabrics, reinforced at all wearing parts, and superbly tailored. If every boy wore a Mrs. Jane Hopkins Suit there would be less talk about boys rowdy- ism. Not at all like others—because of bigger, better values. Yet the price is pushed down---\vay down where you like it. SPEND HALF THE MONEY And be Better Dressed—or Spend the Same and Get Twice as Much. Styles Embrace Ev- erything New and Seasonable. Schwab Clothes exemplify a degree of good form which cannot be measured by the dollar mark. They will be sold now very low but we do not want you to think for a minute that they are cheap goods for the quality, fabric and tailorihg are the best. An excellent chance to get a h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 20 August 1908

m !u geastoi • thtrlgbta alj-Hnd state : confidence i, BUUnsilHjlon bJ jre af\thd ■ituto iitioual amend- e lieoplfr of .the^ljataf pi thet<1'?ait ptlon orTOjectH within the BtitdPw^lT*! fct^re.1 gale, i . ate ali^imcnt. ftf'spl *lnuous and malt lliwap an^i rajsdl«at e<t bitters, —paM" n!t*q|j<iirL«<rtliitt> - 4catlon. exceptf tqf medieuftV ;vf9 jac- ramental purpoaw. / ^ . , We recommend that the prohibition 1 ? -amendment iemamlefi.. by the ijecent nlon ^primary election be submitted) to all led-, voters at- a special Jloctlon to be held in 1909. We decrakr-rffat V-at such election a-vote for or'-ixalnst H'me amendment shall not be colMitfig: cd a. test of Democracy, as it Is dot the\ purpose of this convention to com- mit tl|e Democratic party for or against prohibition. Resolution* favoring improvementot railways by the national government, pledging to Mexico co-operation In Victory in , maintaining friendly relations and (le- 'their Vindic* trihdotd0' eX<JOV8rn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 20 August 1908

I ' < I : Personals and Matter L The Peach Rivtr Lumber Company at Timber are getting things in shape to start up Sept. 1st. There is a world of trade cornea to Conroe from that ' little town and everybody is glad that they are going to start up, even from i business standpoint. F. K. Nance and wf'fe spent several days in Jacksonville'this week. Mr. Nance has considerable property in- terests there and /they will combine business with pleasure. Be natural. Do no1 people witf your im; are really important they will find it out. If you are of no account you will not deceive anyone by acting as though great interests rested in your keeping. The day of pomposity is past, we hope meeting gipn.l Ball of Huntsville Mrs. J.vt). H. BeAnette Jirs. Hailey last w< nesday and Thursday at Lest ye forget: The- big Move ihv'^Jjv^rd march to our sWrF"^nc{Wiiy McKibbin & McKibbin. never to rctnrn. More people than hefnw infolliVunt anrl able to ' Sale at Mistrot's is still moving—. ] stock ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 20 August 1908

AND WILL KEEP of . People tflalCi'a within ture,- friiiuous and >34 bitters, ca • Nation, exce ramental pu platform adopted We "com of Tews, iu 8<-S8loa/ |)rim,,.y e] I Qualified devotion to tho&k v to be he VE IB Sl.U Co ■n.te « Tieltrt. at l J. N. Simpson, rate Soldier. RGB'S QUA inances in the ty C'ounly. Texas Montgomery Cou ■■908 3 County Commlss Hon. the entire -weeks pie ■ Wnd'reMi Miss \Yi to Housb tfri<B3*NT ,.Gapt. ^•jHieut for KAILROAD time ca J: & G. N. S.-2S a. m. No. S o/ 4, 5.56 p. m. G. C. & S. l«h for 0 reg Htjiart poor"del people of nd, it seems more abhorrent to t these burnings and kiUfngs beneath and in the shadow ment of the great emanci (1, That the these iced our m e" press and a c> we nor of Illinois. r-,g \ J. B. CARNAHAN T.. N. IjAWSON "R. W. FARREIJ,, mlttee ,<V" MOVING GWYS their wiiroufh Body first 1« " ~ ' by tb' Father Firat/ Juana Diaz, aged Aug. 18. wlve^1(j her sister, Natalia, aged ers' j; instantly killed by lightning r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 17 September 1908

V/ } SeeBEN It. LAWS at the Bank for FIRE INSURANCE the Conroe Courier* VOL 14—NO. 47 CO*«Of. TEXAS. THliBSDAY SErTEMBtB 171 $l.#0 Atuilidale. besouglil A Reply to Judge Nugent By Hon. A. W. Morr| a4 To the Taxpayers. Again Judge Nugent forces me to take up the cudgel of self-defense and appear before you to again show up his true methods and character. First—He began by a lot of rant, rot and falsehood, evoking the "spirit of Ananias," that he is in close communion with, in "turning on the bright light of truth," wherein he says "Mr. Morris dodges the real facts and issues and makes statements against me as to my taxes, that the records show are absolutely false." As to this, let us see: I said, "the day Judge Nugent's article was printed he was on the delinquent tax roll in the sum of $173.00." Where did [ my informa- tion? The dayJeter went to press I called at the Tax Collec- tor's office and asked Mr. W. Whitley, a legally appointed dep- uty of B. E. Montgomery, the tax collect...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 17 September 1908

. and Teachers of County i . fauna'a course • the schools of the ru ; of the county. I feel it will require some ich can best be seen has been used ving needs, the unsys- pf our schools the State make a course of study is for an eight Schools which do rilght months in the year this course as far as pos- it our present rate of the schools of the Twill "soon be able to run anths each year, 6r such rthereof as the respective unities will use. tie First Grade it is expect- that the ehild become famil- • with the words of the Primer be able to form them into ntences before the book is if it is not able to do so hen it enters school. This can > done by object lessons such as suggest themselves to any 1 teacher. The number of les- his grade can be pre- . the use of a dozen ferently combined in- urse but the per- ong to lelps to best English Grammar and Cow- posltton 55 Grammar School Arithme- tic 39 Wentworth'* .Ftrgt Steps la Cm\g&TernKeiU.75 Physical Geography .90 Composition CO S...

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