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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 2 February 1911

Y/ / Uyl UL/~<ts y* w " x WH ,S7 She Crockett Courier. Entered as Second-Class Matter at Crockett Post-Office. Subscription Price $1.00 Per Annum. Payable at Crockett MOTTO—Quality, Not Quantity. CROCKETT, TEXAS. FEBRUARY 2, 1911. VOL. XXII—NO. 2. By the Wayside SKETCHES AND NOTES OF MOUNTAIN, PLAIN AND BATTLEFIELD BY W. B. PAGE (Continued from last week.) Bull Run Mountains, Thoroughfare Gap. " Weep on, fair Southland, weep, these lives. Given to thy cause in vain ; The stalwart sons who ne'er shall heed, Thy trumpet-call again. The homes whose light is quenched for aye, The graves without a stone ; The folded flag, the broken sword. The hope for ever flown. Veil not thy head, fair Southland, thy dead Died bravely for the right; The folded flag is stainless still. The broken sword is bright. No blot is on thy record found, No treason soils thy fame '• Nor can disaster ever dim The luster of thy name." Some of our readers fail to grasp clearly the details of the several causes wh...

Publication Title: Crockett Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 2 February 1911

mi.- y i • ■ THE CROCKETT COURIER W. W. AIKEN, Editor and Prop. CROCKETT. i t TEXA3 THE PEPYS OF THE "DIARY" Ho W« • Man of Importance in Hit Time, and Amazingly Belit- tled Himself. The wonderful thing about Mr. Pepys is that a man should succeed In making himself seem so Insignifi- cant when really he must have been a man of considerable character and attainments. Who would guess it who reads all these trivial comments, these catalogues of what he bad for dinner, these inane domestic confi- dences—all the more Interesting from their inanity? The effect left upon the mind íb of some grotesque char- acter In a play, fussy, self-conscious, blustering with women, timid, trim- ming in politics, and in religion a garrulous gossip immersed always In trifles. And y*>t, though this was the day- oy-day man, the year-by-year man was a very different person, a devoted civil servant, an eloquent orator, an excellent writer, a capable musician and a ripe scholar who accumulated three thousan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 2 February 1911

•JSL PROFESSIONAL CAROS. yy C. LIPSCOMB, M. Dm PHYSICIAN and SURGEON crockett, texas. Office with The Murchisoa-Beasle; Drug Company. rjp E. ATMAR, DENTIST, crockett, texas. Office over Bricker'a Jewelry Store. Telephone No. 67. Crown and Brilge Work a Specialty. J. W. MADDEN C. M. (MARVIN) ELLIS J^ADDEN & ELLIS, Attorneys at Law, crockett, texas. Will practice in all the State and Federal Courts and In both Civil and Criminal cases. Special at- tention given to all business placed in our hands, including collections and probata matters. MADDEN II ELLIS. J. H. PAINTER, LAND LAWYER, Crockett, Texas. E. b. 8T0KES, M. D. J. S. W00TTERS. m. D. gTOKES & WOOTTERS PHYSICIANS & SURGEON?. crockett, texas. Office with The Murchison-Beasley Drug Company. £JHAS. C. STARLING, DENTIST. Crockett, Texas. Office over Crockett State Bank Telephone 229. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Patents I HADE IV! ARM Designs Copyrights Ac. Anyone sending a sketch .d description may qnloklr ascertain our opinan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 2 February 1911

The Crockett Conner Issued weekly from the Courier Building. W. W. AIKEN, Editor and Proprietor. W"", §y - . ■ is: ±k'm.- PUBLISHER'S NOTICE. Obituaries, resolution , cards of thanks and other matter not "news" will be chanted for at the rate of Sc per line. Parties ordering advertising or printing for societies, churches, committees or or- ganizations of any kind will, in all cases, Be held personally responsible for the payment of the bill. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Courier is authorized to make the following announcements for city office: For City Marshal C. W. LeGory S. B. Box ¡0 Barnes-Bayne Nuptials. The marriage of Mias Josephine Long Bayne to Dr. George Rankin Barnes was celebrated on Wednes- day evening of last week at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. an<TMrs. F. H. Bayne, in East Crockett. The ceremony was performed by ltev. S. F. Tenney in his usually impressive manner. The lartre house was comfortably filled with the guests who had as- sembled to witness the ceremony. Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 2 February 1911

The Murchison - Beasley Drug Co. has leased the French building, next to the Crockett State bank, for five years and is now per- manently located. Any calls left for Drs. Lipscomb, Wootters, Stokes, Meriwether or Beasley will be promptly delivered. The Murchison - Beasley Drug Company Jim McLean of Augusta cap tared the Sunnv South handicap in the pigeou shooting contest at Houston last week. A hardware store is to be open- ed by Sum Smith and business associates in the building vacated by the Murchison Beasley Drug Co. . Go to Daniel & Burton for your "pretty" spring slippers. Their's are up to-date in style and quality and will be sold at prices that will please you. Some special good things in dry goods at Craddock & Baker's. Dress ginghams at cents, and other staples at a bargain. We want your trade. A car of the celebrated J. I. Case cultivators, drag harrows and stalk cutters just unloaded at Moore & Shivers', the house of plow implements. J. F. Henderson of Creek ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 2 February 1911

<1 fet& i^.' ?*í $ s fe: ,>v ' te w; iwE^ri: lipis1 Igg ¡aslsfe /í¡E-V lÉf ¡$¡$ Vfff v feir*** You'll be do- ligbted with the re- mits of Calumet Baking Powder. No disappoints no flat, heavy, soggy biscuits, cake, or pastry. Just the lightest, daintiest, most uniformly raised and most deli clous food you ever ate. mllMM hltbiit reward WwM'l P«r« I'm* Exposition, CMoaS*. I SOT. The most democratic thing in the world -Gillette - KNOWN THE WORLD OVER To Cure Tour Pimples. Take a cup of GRAND MA'S TEA every night before retiring. Pleasant to take and marvelous results in two weeks. Package 25 cents. Sore Throat and Chest I am so enthusiastic concerning the virtues of HUNT'S".™ that I always keep a bottle of it In the house, and to my particular friends I give a bottle unless they jive so near that I can pour out 'rom my own supply to tide them over any trouble/ I use this lini- ment for colds, rubbing it on my throat and chest as a counter irri- tant. • • * * I won't say any m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 2 February 1911

4 IS CAPTURE A CITY HONDURANS TAKE YORO, A CITY OF 3,000 INHABITANTS. IVant the Capital Next—The Tacoma Gone to Protect American Interest*. Ceiba, Honduras.—The insurgents who are active in the interior captur- ed Yoro, a city of 3,000 inhabitants knd the most important place be tween • Ceiba and Tegucigalpa. A concentrated attack upon the capital from three sides is expected within the next few days. General Francesco Guerrero, the government leader who was killed in Wednesday's battle was buried Sat- urday with militry honors. General Lee Christmas, the victorious insur- gent leader, rode at the head of the band of insurgents, and in the ranks of the several hundred who followed the hearse were some of the men who were with their commander when he was killed. Thirty American bluejack- ets from the cruiser Marietta march- ed in the procession. The three Bcore of injured are at the emergen- cy hospital, where Surgeon Irvine of the Marietta is in charge. General Christmas has issued ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 2 February 1911

I ¡ * Wk m: pUS; TV*- Tbe State of Tex* , To the Sheriff or any Con- stable of Houaton County, Greeting: Yon Btt hereby ooroznsnded to •ummoo tht heir* of Joaeph C. Teafue, deceased, whose names are unknown, the hairs of Daniel Dailey. deceased, whose names are unknown, to appear at the next regular term of the District. Court of Houston County, to ha held at lh^ ooun-housc thereof, in the City of Crockett on the second Monday March 1911, being the 13th day of March, 19 then and there to -answer a petition filed in said court on the 7 day of January 1911, in a cause numbered 5328, whereia John B. Smith, Walker King, and Walker King, guardian of tbe estate of Jonn R. Kind, minor, are plaindfis and the unknown heirs of Joseph C. Teague. deceased, and the unknown heirs of Daniel Dailey, deceased are defendants, the cause of action bong alleged as foltovfi: Suit to remove cloud from title to tbe following described tract of land to wit: Situated in Houston County, Texas, about thirteen ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 15 June 1911

Umver&lty Library \ ; v 't I iJífoii i ' 1' • ' •• ' V:; #> ®ke Crockett Courier. IÍ/VÍVERsjty OF tE*A$ LfpRARV JÜN 17 1911 Entered as Second-Class Matter at Crockett Post-Office. Subscription Price $1.00 Per Annum, Payable at Crockett MOTTO—Quality, Not Quantity. CROCKETT TEXAS, JUNE 15, 1911. VOL. XXII—NO. 21. THE EDITOR TAKES JAÜNT. SPENDS SATURDAY MORNING VIEWING CROPS AND TAK- ING NOTES. Farm and Ranch of the Kuhlmans Visited—Place Well Fenced and Improved. , Id coropaDy with Mr. W. H. Kuhlman the Courier editor drove out to the Kuhlman plantation and ranch Saturday morning. The editor had heard of the many substantial improvements on this farm, but the improvements he saw surpassed his expectations. The Kuhlman plantation and ranch lies a few miles west of Crockett and between the San Antonio and Porter Springs roads. It is water- ed by Big creek, a never-failing stream. The most of the land is level, a part ot it being prairie and the rest post oak. All of the tract is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 15 June 1911

The Crockett Conrier Issued weekly from the Courier Building. W. W. AIKEN, EdluJend fcwprietcr publisher's notice. Obituaries, resolution . cards of thinks and other matter not "he* " will be charged lor at the rate of Sc per line. Parties ordering advertising or printing for societies, churches, comiktittees or or- ganizations ?f any kind will, in all cases, be held personally responsible for the payment ot the bill. ^ T A « COOD-BY IR HOWDY-DO. By Jame* Whitcomb RUey. Say good-by er howdy-do— What's the odds betwixt the two? Comia'—gain' every day— Best (Heads first to go away— Grasp of hands, you'd rather hold Than their weight in solid gold. Slips their grip while greetin' you— Say good-by er howdy-dot Howdy-do, and then, good-by— Mixes just like laugh and cry ; Deaths and births, and worst and best. Tangled their contra riest • Ev'ery jingiin' weddin' bell Skeerin' up some funeral knell- Here's my song and there's your sigh— How-dy do, and then, good-by! Say good-by er howdy-do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 15 June 1911

•V COLONEL IMILNER URGES STUDY OF AGRICULTURE. NEVER WAS DEMAND SO GREAT FOR TRAINED AGRICULTURISTS. A. and M. President Advises Young Men to Prepare for Hloher Sphere of Usefulness. College Station, Tex., June 2.— 4'If 1 had a voice that could reach the ears of the young men who are being graduated from our high schools I would urge them to take advantage of what the state is offering them in the way of preparation for a higher sphere of usefulness," says Colonel R. T. Milner, president of the Agricul- ture and Mechanical College of Texas. Colonel Milner is moved to his remarks by reason of the many applications that are coming to him from every section of the country for young men to engage in agriculture. For more than fifty years he has been a resident of this state. For many years he was publisher of a newspaper; he served in the Texas legislature, and when the legislature of Texas created a department of agricul- ture as a separate department of the state government he was the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 15 June 1911

The Crockett Courier ;h". A ISiífé ri Issued weekly from (he Courier Building. ^V §■' W. W. AIKEN, Editor and Proprietor. flBLISIIfR'S NOTICE. Obituaries, resolutions, cards of thanks and other matter not "news" will be charged for at the rate of 5c per line. Parties ordering advertising or printing for societies, churches, committees or or- ganizations of any kind will, in all cases, be held personally responsible for the payment of the bill. THE GLORIOUS FOURTH TO BE CELEBRATED. A movement is on foot by the Crockett and Lovelady band boys to have a big Fourth of July cele- bration in Crockett The band boys are now looking out for a suitable location and into the pre- liminaries. It was first thought by the Crockett boys that it would be best to have the celebration at some point between Crockett and Lovelady, for the reason that it might better suit the convenience of the Lovelady people. But the Lovelady band sent a committee to confer with the Crockett band and it was suggested ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 15 June 1911

. ' [WHAT J - IS J IYOUR ' For not getting the best drugs for your money? There will be no necessity to advance excuses if you procure your drugs and toilet articles here. Your orders and inquiries solicited. The Murchison - Beasley Drug Company m. V £>oca\. "Kexjos. I Miss Hallie Ellin is visiting rel- atives in Dallas. Seed speckled and clay peas at N. E. Allbright's. Miss Sue Denny is at home from Baylor University. Jim Lipscomb is at home from the University «>f Texa?. Plant speckled and clay peas. N. E. Allbright has tbem. Miss Stella Sheridan has re- turned from San Antonio. Buy your speckled and clay seed peas from N. E. AII bright. Will buy syrup mill at rare bar- gain. R. C. Stokes. Send us your Kodak developing and finishing. Meeks' Studio. A complete, up to date abstract. tf Aldrich & Crook. Miss Etta Hail is visiting in Galveston. Miss Annie Stokes will leave soon for Chicago to spend the summer. Ralph Lundy has foundation laid for a on North street. had the ne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 15 June 1911

— ■use cotton cuor is sew. [/ -Á Pttal Hat ■íf " '• Ever rrtáMti. Washington, Jane 2.—Present indications point to this year's cotton crop as the largest the country ever has pfodnced, accord- ing to government experts. Based on the statistics of the condition and on the averages for the pre- vious 10 years, the crop will be greater by about 2,600,000 bales than the average and larger by nearly 400,000 bales than the biggest crop the country ever raised—that of 1904. Providing conditions as favor- able as those which have prevailed during the past 10 years continue during this season there should be harvested this year more than 14,000,000 bales, the previous maximum in 1904 having been 18,600,000 bales. As shown by, to-day's report of condition on May 26, cotton should yield 198. pounds per acre com- pared with an average of 182.4 pounds during the past 10 yeare. Allowing for , an abandonment of 3 per oent, the 10-year average of the aereage planted, which would bring the estimated...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 15 June 1911

* w MIX-UP WAS LIVELY. Gins Appear ti Have Barked Often, Servants Tnk a Hand and Police Are Trying to Get at Facts. A Glass of liqvid Winter You can take a little trip into the winter any time you're hot, tired and thirsty. The very next time you're near a place ) that sells Coca-Cola, go in and spend Sc for thi3 trip tickct into December—a glass or bottle of I: HI h\n The most delightfully cooling and refreshing beverage you ever tickled your palate with. Remember this for the iiot days this summer, when the are dusty and the sun down. Delicious —• Refreshing Thirst-Qnenching 5c Everywhere Send for our intereiting booklet, "The Truth About Coca-Cola." of Whenever you see an Arrow think Coca-Cola th: COCA-COLA COMPANY Atlanta, Ga. W SAVING TIME. Answer Telephone Calls In New Style—One Way of Doing It. - The fact that time is money in ■ business and that every day there j is lost in New York a great deal of time in telephoning is responsible for some new telephone wrinkles |you encou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 15 June 1911

m A full line of gasoline and lubricating oils for machines automobiles, farm machinery and high-grade cylinder and engine oil. Buy a Clark Jewel gasoline stove and make your summer cooking a pleasure —cool, comfortable and convenient. Fuller & Johnson farm pump engines, pumps, water and gas pipes, bath tubs, lavatories, kitchen sinks and water closet8, cream separators and churns. All Kinds Repair Worlc. C. A. CLINTON Plumbing and Supplies. t *W «** *•* * C- *** &ocal Sims. # Fish Law. Ad uct to prohibit the catching or killing, or destroying any (tab m the fresh water streams, lakes, bayous, ponds or pools within Houston and other adjoining counties in the state of 1'exas. Passed by the last legislature, approved March 25, 1911. And becoming a law from and after the 12th day of «June A. D. 1011. Be it enacted by the legislature of the State oí Texas: Section I. That from and after the taking effect of this act, it shall be unlawful for any person to take, catch, kill, or d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 10 August 1911

University Library ®he Crockett Courier. Entered as Second-Class Matter at Crockett Post-Office. Subscription Price $1.00 Per Annum, Payable at Crockett MOTTO—Quality, Not Quantity. CROCKETT, TEXAS. AUGUST 10, 1911. VOL. XXII—NO. 29. DID NOT MEET JOINTLY. Both Probe Committees Worked Separately at Austin. Austin, Texas, August 7.—The senate and house committees on the election probe did not meet jointly to-day, as was generally be- lieved. The house committee met in the court of criminal appeals rooms, while the senate committee • held forth in the hearing-room of the railroad commission. The senate committee had only the four pro members in attendance, the fifth, an anti, having declined to serve. v The senate committee sent for Eli Miller, tax collector of Travis county, but he was out of the city, and his deputy, Robert Maud, was brought up with the poll tax re- ceipts records. Senator Watson begged to be ex- cused from appearing before the senate committee for the present. Most ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 10 August 1911

The Crockett Courier ' issued weekly from the Courier Building. W. W. AIKEN, Editor and Proprietor. PUBLISHER'S NOTICE. ' Obituaries, resolution , cards of tlmnif tjutd other matter not "news" will be vcharfted for at the rate of Sc per line. Parties ordering advertising or printing (or societies, churches, committees or or- rzations of any kind will, in all cases, held personally responsible for the payment of the bill. Hew to Be Healthy. The recent arrival at the port - of' New York of a considerable «umber of cholera infected pas- sengers from* Italy and other friaces where that dreaded disease ' flourishes with more or less regu- larity, created the greatest scare among the health authorities they ' hive experienced in many years. , It was feared, not oníy that the diseaoe might obtain a foothold in T Jiew York, tout that on account of the general convention of Elks &t/Atlantic City, the meeting of Abe Christian Endeavorers at the ««me place, the Shriñera' meeting at Rochest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 10 August 1911

Our Hobby Is Cleanliness When you want some- thing good in the meat line call on us. We buy hides and all kinds produce. Crockett Market Co. Phone B5. TO INVESTIGATE DISCREPANCY. Says There is Wide Difference Between Cost of Production and Price for Consumption. San Antonio, Texas, August 3. —With, as Ed. C. Lasater says, the consumer paying a higher price for meat than ever before, with a difference of 300 per cent between what the producer gets for meat and what the consumer pays and with ruin staring the cattle raiser in the face because cattle have been sold at a loss for the past twelve months, Mr. Lasater, president of the Texas Cattle Raisers' Association, has called a meeting of the producers and consumers of meat to be held at Fort Worth, September 12, to discuss a remedy to be applied to the situation. He declares that unless conditions change ranch- men will be forced out of the business. It is claimed by Mr. Lasater that the illegitimate profit of 300 per cent is distrib...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 10 August 1911

The Crockett Courier *?V" «•-; Mm ¡Va" > 11 i fe IP# ■. r V&: j®ÉS| f r \\ e ik'r Issued weekly from the Courier Building. W. W. AIKEN, Editor and Proprietor. rtiBusNcrs notice. Obituaries, resolutions, cards of th«nip and other matter not "news" will be charged for at the rate of 5c per line. Parties ordering advertising or printing for societies, churches, committees or or- ganizations of any kipd will, in all cases, oe held personally responsible for the payment of the bill. A prohibition election has been ordered to be held on August 17 in the Palestine precinct In Ander- son county. Word having reached the Courier that in the event prohibition carried in the Pales- tine precinct, an election would be held in Houston county to move Palestine's saloons here, the Courier has made some investiga- tion without finding any sentiment in support of the allegation. Those Houston county voters who opposed statewide prohibition in the recent election have no desire to meddle in the...

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