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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 17 October 1912

"As You Like It" W Anything We Sell You Our aim is to sell you what you want, and to serve you in a prompt and cour- teous manner. You'll undoubtedly think we succeed pretty well when you come here. Our store is equipped with every modern contrivance for facili- tating the handling of trade and the dispensing of medicines. If When you are in a hurry, when you desire the best, when you want to trade with satisfaction, it's the place to come. It costs you nothing for all the security and convenience our store affords. Tf Come in and look over our stock. Decuir-Bishop Drug Company We Call For and Deliver Your Prescriptions. £>oc&\. "fcU\ s. Lee Foster is visting in Dallas. Oliver Aldrich was at Trinity Tuesday. All kinds of candy at Woodson's. Advertisement. * W. H. McGregor was here from Ratcliff this week. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Lacy are at- tending the Dallas fair. All china and crockery going at cost at Woodson's.—Adv. J. R. Foster returned Tuesday night from the Dallálffair. Mr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 17 October 1912

Wf. jWte* H'-' E&tftóC l/iL if'-" r ®l v; i IT:*' s^*4' f fe ': WMA i:,v • ! sis'. t?k: ffií,*' M' IS#' JK:; ill / ¡BÍJ; fifc* ii- m •". otjt;- f^r- *5 tf,' r * • *, " , 1 ' ■ %: 'Tv -v 1 fc.'V •• i ==—= BEOS HARD AND SOFT. W$' i W$¿\ • JM^W" Jm-U* ¿v V;$ ftgl &M - .feí ?#P&* •" M¿vv$ f&üüÁtfi WM ■■■ ■■■ •.> i Cintran in In >f Stooping <it Countrio*. The American or European in order to get • good night's rest or- dinarily requires a soft pillow un- der his head, but the Japanese stretching himself on a rush mat on the floor puts a hard, souare block of wood under his head and does not sleep well if he does not have it. In China they make a great to-do with reference to their beds. These are very low, scarcely rising from the floor, but are often carved ex- quisitely of wood. Like the Japa- nese, the Chinese never makes his bed any softer than is possible by the use of rush mats. ^ It i$ a curfous fact with refer- ence to the sleeping habits of the various p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 17 October 1912

Webb's Bakery and Palace of Sweets We solicit your busi- ness solely upon the merit of our goods. We carry the best of everything in our line and cater to the wants of the most fastidious. If you are not already a customer of ours, a trial will convince you that you ought to be. F. B. WEBB Cold Drinks and Confections Mistrot-Munn Company Respectfully invites the people of Crockett and vicinity to visit their stores while in Houston. They not only handle the very best merchandise, in large and complete assortments, but they have the most perfect organiza- tion of salespeople in the South. Mistrot-lVfunn Company- Houston, - - Texas De Dailies' Music Store has everything in music. Can sell you Edison Pho- nographs, Player Pianos and Pianos direct from the factory. Sheet Music and Instructors for all instru- ments. Advertised Articles Did you ever stop to think that advertised articles always sell best? There is probably not a business man in Crockett who, if commissioned by his wife to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 17 October 1912

•1 -*■ j §i i# S6 i l Grand Opportunity Sale AT S. üít'' H i i s 81 v.:, is§ll: 7 ;• Will Commence Saturday, October 19, at 9 O'Clock and Continue Until the Close of Business Saturday Night, November 2 We will sell at special prices the entire $40,000.00 / > stock of dependable merchandise during this BIG 13 DAYS' SALE. Look for the Red Ticket 1000 yards 36-inch domestic, worth 8Mc per yard, at ; 5c 1000 yards canton flannel, worth 9c per yard, at 6lAc 2100 yards gingham, regular price 10c per yard, at 7lAc Regular 10 and 12c outing at. ,8^c Beat grade calico at . 5c Railroad cheviots, 10c values. .8 J¿c Cotton checks, 8/sc values...6Hc Regular 10c ticking at 8%c 10c and l2lAc percals at 8lAc Look for Red Tickets ¡PJ; ^ -. v $ ' I mmt w& i£e? i w, P ; ¿$¿ir;xbé<tí U '' '' ' mjm w. y \4. k; -V; S THE BIG STORE x Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! Men's regular $5.00 shoes at..$3.95 Men's regular $4.00 shoes at..$3.72 Men's regular $3.50 shoes at..$3.21 Men's regular $3.00 shoes at . $2.7...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 24 October 1912

. . ,, í! ■' m Vm "ws% hbn# f&he Crockett Courier. Entered as Second-Class Matter at Crockett Poet-Office. Subscription Price $1.00 Per Annum, Payable at Crockett MOTTO : "QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY.' CROCKETT, TEXAS, OCTOBER 24, 1912. VOLUME XXIII—NO. 39. "We OHallertge Any One '• *• to prove that we have ever slaughtered his pocketbook to the center, or jubilated at any anniversary or pre- pared flashy colors to catch the unsuspecting and in- nocent public. On the other hand we have, and always will, give value-for every penny received. Honest goods at honest prices, presented in an honest manner, should convince the most skeptical. We can and will meet any legitimate competition, for we have the goods bought at the right prices. If you really want to protect your savings and in- crease the buying capacity of your dollar, give us a call and we will show you as clean Une of merchandise as was ever shown in Crockett and at prices that will in- terest you. * „ . r, ... Saturday, Octob...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 24 October 1912

Courier the Courier Building. Í. Editor and Proprietor. = MIKE. resolution*, cards of thank matter not "news" «rill be (or at the rate of 5c per line. advertising or printing ties, committees or or- tions of any kind will, in all cases, held personally responsible for the >t of the bill. ' V life KHAN HAPPINESS A BUSINESS ASSET. Human life is gradually becoming recognized as a business asset. This ii a new fact in the development of the race. Life-insurance companies are realizing that they can increase their dividends faster by cutting down the death-rate than by in- creasing sales or by reducing ex- penses. Employers of large num- bers of human machines are realiz- ing the surprising fact that, as a cold business proposition, it pays, not in sentiment but in dollars, to take good care of their employees. Business men are learning that well-fed, well-clothed, contented men and women, working in well-lighted, well-ventilated quarters and on ached ules arranged in accordance with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 24 October 1912

w CITIZENS BATTLED CONVICTS; WYOMING TOWN IN TERROR. Few Guards Locked Inside Walls By Des- perate Effort Ended Wholesale Mutiny of Prisoners. Rawlins, Wyo., Oct. 13.—A battle raged early tonight in the state penitentiary. Locked inside the walls with hundreds of mutinous prisoners a few guards fought desperately to restore order and prevent a wholesale jail delivery. Camped outside the walls was a force of citizens heavily armed, ready to drive back the convicts if they murdered the remaining guards and made a dash through the gates. Shouts and occasional shots told of desperate fighting within the walls. Another battle was in progress at the same time in the hills south of Rawlins between a posse of citi- zens and from twenty to forty es- caped prisoners. Two men were found killed in the streets of Raw- lins, one was desperately wounded and two convicts were recaptured, following the escape of from ten to thirty prisoners this afternoon. The town is in a panic. Frantic telegrams w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 24 October 1912

lo overlook this very important point in their desire to fill their sacks, and take from the ground this damaged cotton, resulting in great loss, not only to the cotton raiser but to the country at large. cards of thanks not "news" will be for at the rate of Sc per line, ordering advertising or printing isr societies, churches, committees or or- ganizations of any kind will, in all cas ie held personally responsible for the payment'of the bill. flg| : Sf ■ ¡kg * , í V mm. Af ; 'J %' '-V '.*!•. it-' ffei ' Ii|i m k:V' "!!' f"' DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. Ibr District Judge John S. Prince Of Henderson County iter State Senator W. J. Townsend, Jr. _ of Angeling County Fbr County Clerk * Ó. C. Goodwin Fbr Sheriff A. W. Phillips For Tax Collector •George Denny For County Judge C. M. Ellis For District Clerk John D. Morgan Fbr County Attorney B. F. Dent Fbr Representative Nat Patton For Tax Assessor John Ellis For County Treasurer / Ney Sheridan For County Superintendent J. F. Mangum For Commiss...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 24 October 1912

We are closing out our remnants of # WALL PAPER at 5 cents a single roll. Decuir-Bishop Drug Company We Call For and Deliver Your Prescriptions. f £>oc&Y "Ke\ s. j -—• / T. D. Craddock was at Dallas this week. J. E. Monk of Teague is here on business. Mr. and Mrs. John Ellis are spend- ing the week in Dallas. A complete, up-to-date abstract. tf-ádv Aldrich & Crook. A dime will buy a pound of fan- cy candy at the Racket Store.—Adv. Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Stokes were visitors to the Dallas fjpr last week. Mrs. C. L. Griffin of Lubbock is visiting her sister, Mrs. Denman Sims. < Mrs. F. G. Edmlston and sister, Miss Laura Smith, are visiting in Dallas. Listen! Halloween entertainment to be given by North Crockett cir- cle,—Adv. Mrs. John Morgan and Miss Lib- bie Sherman of Kennard were shop- ping in this city Monday. Try our "Phoenix" silk hose—90 4ay guarantee. Best made. Adv. Craddock & Driskill. French imported Velour hats for men from $3.00 to $6.00. Adv. W. V. McConne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 24 October 1912

lÉféDil mWMh IIS B ■ ¥m §Wr'3 IB *4*!'i p§ ®#sv WC :,:v lis; ®S8SSÍW ' g : H ;• jW'üS 0&. ^ ií^ &BI' M ■ ■: ''í':j':í!í1 '•I; Fonnd Guilty if Fif(ii( Confederate Pi at Austin. Austin, Tex., Oct. 16.—The jury in the case of £ L (Buck) Dreeben, charged with forgery in connection with the issuance of fraudulent Con federate pension warrants, found him guilty tonight and assessed pun- ishment at three years in the peni- tentiary. The jury was out less than an hour. The case tried was one of a dozen or more for like offenses alleged to have been committed in 1911, while the defendant was a clerk in the office of the state commissioner of pensions. In the case tried he is alleged to have forged the names of W. W. Montgomery and J. W. Moore by endorsing them on the back of a warrant made out to W. W. Montgomery. J. W. Neal, an undertaker of En- nis, testified that he buried W. W. Montgomery, and.Geo. W. Montgom- ery, his son, fixed the date of his father's death at July 5, 1910, a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 24 October 1912

• AH Webb's Bakery and Palace of Sweets We solicit your busi- ness solely upon the merit of our goods. We carry the best of everything in our line 0and cater to the wants of the most fastidious. If you are not already a customer of ours, a trial will convince you that you ought to be. F. B. WEBB Cold Drinks and Confections Mistrot-Munn Company [Respectfully invites the people of 3kett and vicinity to visit íeir stores while in houston, ley not only handle the very 9t merchandise, in large and )mplete assortments, but they lave the most perfect organiza- tion of salespeople in the South. Mistrot-Munn Company [Houston, - - Texas e Dailies' • * V "Iff' Music Store tas everything in music. Jan sell you Edison Pho- tographs, Player Pianos ind Pianos direct from the ictory. Sheet Music and instructors for all instru- lents. Advertised Articles Did you ever stop to think that advertised articles always sell best? There is probably not a business man in Crockett who, if commissioned by his ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 24 October 1912

I II:' ; $% r I " pp? $mm ■KW; r'^/)v ;£';•«,• ;v;'X • w& Wf / p ¡sáfete -¿ 1 Hp * ■ Wml Ví.%hr'} ' ír%:\te Opportunity Sale W@m¡m ■ a % ■ lífffií; g S M :! HB 3 Sjf i| pi • v ■ ii r' •/• .V " H§KpA ?> $ AX Will Commence Saturday, October 19, at 9 O'Clock 0 ) and Continue Until the Close of Business Saturday Night, November 2 We will sell at special prices the entire $40,000.00 stock of dependable, merchandise during this BIG 13 DAYS' SALE. Look for the Red Ticket 1000 yards 36-inch domestic, worth 8Hc per yard, at .......5c 1000 yards canton flannel, worth 9c per yard, at 6Hc 2100 yards gingham, regular price 10c per yard, at 7J4c; Regular 10 and 12c outing at.. 8Hc Best grade calico ai.r.„ 5c Railroad cheviots, 10c values. .8'Ac Cotton checks, fcVSc values...6Vac Regular 10c ticking at 8%c 10c and 12'Ac percals at 8 He Look for Red Tickets THE BIG JP|j| STORE Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! ¡ . Men's regular $5.00 shoes at. .$3.95 Men's regular $4.00 shoes at..$3.72 Men's regular $3.5...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 31 October 1912

ñ Vmv( "my L¡br„. Aiy <EI)C Crockett Entered as Second-Class Matter at Crockett Poet-Office. f Subscription Price $1.00 Per Annum, Payable at Crockett MOTTO: "QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY." CROCKETT, TEXAS, OCTOBER 31, 1912. / VOLUME xxni—NO. 40. W, mP We Chedlenge to prove that we have ever slaughtered his pocketbook to the center, or jubilated at any anniversary or pre- pared flashy colors to catch the unsuspecting and in- nocent public. On the other hand we have, and always will, give value for every penny received. Honest goods at honest prices, presented in an honest manner, should convince the most skeptical. We can and will meet any legitimate competition, for we have the goods bought at the right prices. If you really want to protect your savings and in- crease the buying capacity of your dollar, give us a call and we will show you as clean line of merchandise as was ever shown in Crockett and at, prices that will in- terest you. ' , Saturday, November 2, we will let go, one pur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 31 October 1912

' '■''' •' i' ■ «dsn v il Cards W. C. LIPSCOMB, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Crockett, Texas Office With Decuir-Bishop Drug Company J H. PAINTER LAND LAWYER . Crockett, Texas «. b. stokes. m. d. j. s. wootters. ii. d. <JTOKES & WOOTTERS PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS Crockett, Texas 'Office With Decuir-Bishop Drug Company Webb's Bakery i fe: \r'* h m'-' ü m m and Palace of Sweets We solicit your busi- ness solely upon the merit of our goods. We carry the best of everything in our line and cater to the wants of the most fastidious. If you are not already a customer of ours, a trial will convince you that you ought to be. F. B. WEBB Cold Drinks and Confections IS' l IrfflgiÍ* jtjjjfe ' 3ti ' ' ■*, ■ f&T?; J.,- Mistrot-Munn •Company Respectfully invites the people of Crockett and vicinity to visit their stores while in Houston. They not only handle the very test merchandise, in large and complete assortments, but they have the most perfect organiza- tion of salespeople in the Sout...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 31 October 1912

Indians and Their Peculiarities. a In almost every city where the 101 Ranch Real Wild West Show exhibits the Indian village is be- seiged by photographers anxious to secure perfect photographs of the Indians. At first the Indians, with characteristic pride, took kindly to the efforts of the "sharpshooters" and posed willingly in order that perfect results might be obtained. Then the photographers commenced to tender pieces of money when the photographs had been obtained; the Indians woke up to the realization that their pictures had a commer- cial value and they refused to stand for any more free sittings. Their business tact has been so well de- veloped that they demand the money first and as much as it is given then the Indian becomes a willing subject for the photographer. They have not yet decided on any regular price, and a gaily, colored j handkerchief, or hand mirror, will! gain a suitable subject much quick- j er than a twenty dollar bill. The strange part of it is that the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 31 October 1912

v *"* " «if. ' k weekly from the Courier Building. W. W. AIKEN, Editor and Proprietor ■um MUMW — ■ — PUBLISHERS NOTICE. Obituaries, resolution*, cards of h^nhf and other n T,k. '' >, Sm! "j> ffil , %. Kc ' ¿ SKsjV-j *¡ >:A Pi | §:;# ':í%: p®lv: for at the rate of 5c per line. Parties ordering advertising or printing for societies, churches, committees or or- ganizations of any. idnd will, in all cases, he held personally responsible for the payment of the bill. The road teams, machinery and hands have been moved to the Rusk road. People coming in from that way say a good road is being made. The Navarro road ie the last one worked and is said to be good The court house square could be paved by the city paying a third, square property owners a third and the county a third. Most court house squares in Texas are being paved under that plan. Let Crock- ett not lag behind the procession. sJ> The government tram to the Trin- ity river continues to make two t trips a day, haulin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 31 October 1912

'<>'' Ü3 We are closing out ✓ our remnants of WALL PAPER at 5 cents a single roll. Decuir-Bishop Drug Company We Call For and Deliver Your Prescriptions. f £ oca\ "Keros. 1 \ J - Jim Smith from Dallas. returned Saturday Mrs. S. A. Fain mother in Trinity. is visiting her A complete, tf-adv up-to-date abstract. Aldrich fit Crook. Mrs. George Barnes of Trinity is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bayne.' Mrs. W. B. Wall has returned from visiting her brother, Dr. Cooper, in Fort Worth. Taylor" Hail has returned from Peoria, III, where he graduated from a school of watchmaking. The greatest low price sale ever inaugurated in Crockett is now in pr ogress at Daniel fit Burton's.—Adv. Leroy Moore went to Grapeland Sunday to deliver a Sunday school talk, which he did at the night ser- vice. Do your trading with Daniel fit Burton where you can get your whole bill filled under one roóf. If you do you can save time, money and sole leather.—Adv. Attorney Jeff Strickland of •estine ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 31 October 1912

Monday, November SfH 1 mMtM 1 . •*• 8 PI* ** . 5dr " THe IVIigHty Haag w; j\ 'W$' V* *i m" \V 0 r*"/ if- ■ M i8RQ&3*& .'T 3a The Best and Most Famous. Everybody's Favorite. The Very Newest and Very Best. The Racing Camels. The Somersault Elephant. Horses that exercise Thought and Judgment. The Greatest Triumph of Man in Equine Education. A Perfect and Complete Horse Show. More Real Funny Clowns than ever seen at one time before. ■a The Hippotragus Equinnis. Most Complete Show ever seen. Don't Miss that Free Street Pa- rade. In this new and novel Street Innovation are intro- duced the most Costly, Or- nate and Georgeous Vehicles of Pageantry and Pomp Ever Designed and Constructed. You Can't Afford to Miss This Great Event. The Yery Best Show of the Day. hhSM A TREMENDOUS FREE SPECTACULAR STREET CARNIVAL "l >„ Vi: ?-v. ip ,V 83$ f • ill %m : WOMAN HELD AT ROOMING HOUSE Mrs. J. L. Weir Under Felice Guard Pend- ing Arrival of Officer from Sheridan, Wyoming. / "" Mrs. J. L. We...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 31 October 1912

Steinlein & Lively's Manufacturers' and Jobbers' Outlet Sale \ " Will Continue Saturday and All Next Week Our manufacturers' and jobbers' outlet sale has been a success. Customers after customers have been turned away from our counters unable to get waited upon. We have decided, after being requested by our many customers, to continue this sale one more week. We have almost doubled our large number of salespeople in order to be able to servé our customers. This is the logical time to do your fall trading, for never in the history of this store have prices been so low and stocks so large and well assorted. A sale of this kind right in the beginning of the fall should be visited by all economical buyers. Ladies' Ready-to-Wear, Piece Goods, Men and Boys' Clothing, Shoes, at Prices that Cannot be Equalled $1.50 Flannelette Kimonas 89c Ladies' extra quality flannelette kimonas 89c 50c Turkish Towels 39c Extra heavy bleached Turkish towels, worth 50c, to go in this sale, per pair 39c ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 31 October 1912

mJ- A Vj I '■ ilti IP'^P wS5. Hi K, ' v. I , viáCí • ,-. V'/s- - is,, &&u $•■ *-' ■ . ^;y gffr'ító • ■ ■ i ' i *U — 5ESS > y Grand Opportunity Sale AT ■Jas. S. Shivers & Go's Only a Few More Days of This Big Sale Which Will End With the Close of Business Saturday Night, November 2 We will sell at special prices the entire $40,000.00 stock of dependable merchandise during this BIG 13 DAYS' SALE. Look for the Red Ticket 1000 yards 36-inch domestic, worth 8J4c per yard, at 5c 1000 yards canton flannel, worth 9c per yard, at 6Hc 2100 yards gingham, regular price 10c per yard, at 7Hc 10 and 12c outing at. .8He grade calico at ...5c cheviots, 10c values.8ttc berta 8Hc values.. _6Hc 10c ticking at 8Kc 10c and 12Hc percals at 8Hc Look for Red Tickets 1 THE BIG STORE ¡- Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! Men's regular $5.00 shoes at..$3.95 Men's regular $4.00 shoes at..$3.72 Men's regular $3.50 shoes at..$3.21 Men's regular $3.00 shoes at..$2.74 Ladies' regular $4.00 shoes at.$3.45 Ladies' ...

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